By Grant Ramirez
Dez Bryant, WR, Dallas Cowboys
Although Philadelphia blew out the Cowboys, Dez Bryant had a solid game on Sunday Night Football. He had a season-high eight receptions off 14 targets for 63 yards. With Ezekiel Elliott out of the lineup, Dallas made a concerted effort to get the ball into Bryant’s hands to give him a chance to make plays. Despite his olume of catches, however, Bryant was limited to only 7.9 yards per reception which was his second lowest mark on the year.
Tyreek Hill, WR, Kansas City Chiefs
Despite Kansas City’s offensive struggles, Tyreek Hill had an efficient game in a loss to the Giants. He caught all seven of his targets for 68 yards, a 38-yard catch off a great throw from quarterback Alex Smith highlighting his day. Hill rushed only one time, but the attempt went for a 16-yard gain. Although he could have had a bigger game against New York’s vulnerable secondary, Hill was a bright spot for an offense that put up only nine points.
Emmanuel Ogbah, DE, Cleveland Browns
Emmanuel Ogbah season came to an end Sunday because of a broken foot. He finished with only two tackles and failed to record a sack. Cleveland placed him on injured reserve, so he will look to rehab and bounce back in 2018.
Dan Bailey, K, Dallas Cowboys
Dan Bailey missed Sunday’s contest with the Philadelphia Eagles because of a groin injury that has kept him out the past few weeks. However, things are looking up. Signs point to Bailey being available on Thanksgiving when the Cowboys take on the Chargers.