Cats in the NFL Week Four Recap
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Cats in the NFL Week Four Recap

Eli Mitchell09/29/19


Article written by:Eli MitchellEli Mitchell


[caption id="attachment_268772" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports[/caption] The fourth week of the 100th NFL season consisted of a few surprises, a lot of road wins and one major upset as the Bucs took down the Rams in Los Angeles. Five former Cats were in action today, with five more in prime-time action (Za'Darius Smith and the Packers on Thursday night, as well as Randall Cobb and the Cowboys and Larry Warford and the Saints late on Sunday night and Bud Dupree and Benny Snell with the Steelers on Monday night).

Carolina Panthers 16, Houston Texans 10 - Lonnie Johnson Jr.

Christian McCaffrey and the Carolina Panthers got the best of the Houston Texans this afternoon as the Carolina defense shut down the explosive Houston offense. Johnson contributed three solo tackles in a game where neither offense could get much going.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 55, LA Rams 40 - Mike Edwards

Jameis Winston threw four touchdowns to lead Tampa Bay to an upset win over the defending NFC Champion LA Rams. Mike Edwards made an impact with five tackles as the Bucs defense forced three turnovers.

Tennessee Titans 24 Atlanta Falcons 10 - Wesley Woodyard

Wesley Woodyard returned from injury this week to give the Titans a boost against the Atlanta Falcons. Woodyard finished the game with three solo tackles, and one assisted.

Seattle Seahawks 27, Arizona Cardinals 10 - Corey Peters 

The Arizona Cardinals are now 0-3-1 to start the Kliff Kingsbury era, as they dropped their second straight home game on Sunday. Corey Peters had one tackle in a game that Cardinals fans will want to quickly forget.

Jacksonville Jaguars 26, Denver Broncos 24 - Josh Allen

The Gardner Minshew era is alive and well as the Jaguars rallied from behind to win their second straight game. Josh Allen did not record a sack this week with double teams coming in passing situations, but the former Cat did contribute two tackles in an important win for the Jags. The jokes about the former Wildcat being the best Josh Allen in the league will never get old.

Chicago Bears 16, Minnesota Vikings 6 - Danny Trevathan

The Chicago Bears' defense continues to prove it is one of the NFL's best, holding the Vikings' offense to just 35 rushing yards and six points. Danny Trevethan was his usual self with four solo tackles and four assisted tackles.

New Orleans Saints 12 Dallas Cowboys 10 - Randall Cobb

Another undefeated team goes down as the Saints kick four field goals to beat the Dallas Cowboys. Randall Cobb had a costly drop on a critical third down, finishing the game with three receptions and forty one yards receiving.

Monday Night Football - Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Bud Dupree, Benny Snell Jr. 

Two 0-3 teams will battle it out during Monday Night Football. This is a particularly big game for Bud Dupree, as he has just nine tackles and one sack on the year. On the other side of the ball, let's hope Benny Snell Jr. can get a few carries to show what he can do for the Steelers' offense.

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