Tyreek Hill, wide receiver, Kansas City Chiefs
Tyreek Hill came into Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans having scored in his two previous games. Hill found the end zone for the third straight game, despite limited use. He had one rush in the first quarter but took it for a 68-yard touchdown. Hill has been a pleasant surprise for the Chiefs, solidifying himself as their return man and making plays in the offense in all sorts of ways.
Dan Bailey, kicker, Dallas Cowboys
Dan Bailey hit four field goals in the Dallas Cowboys’ 26-20 victory against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday night. He uncharacteristically missed two 50-yard attempts, bringing his season total to five missed field goals.
Dez Bryant, wide receiver, Dallas Cowboys
Dez Bryant tallied eight catches on 10 targets during the Cowboys’ victory against the Buccaneers. He amassed 82 receiving yards but was unable to find the end zone. Bryant came back strong after a weak outing in New York last week, where he tallied 9 yards on one reception and had a vital fumble in the fourth quarter.
Emmanuel Ogbah, linebacker, Cleveland Browns
Emmanuel Ogbah recorded one sack game as the Browns’ record moved to 0-13 in their 33-13 loss to the Buffalo Bills. Ogbah’s production took a step back against the Bills after recording six tackles the week before.