NFL Wildcats – Week 11
Banks had three catches for 31 yards to help Toronto beat Winnipeg 24-23 at 109thousand Gray Cup. Banks finished the 2022 season – his ninth CFL season – with 37 receptions for 522 yards and four touchdowns.
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Schoen had seven catches for 78 yards in Winnipeg’s 109 lossthousand Gray Cup, 24-23, in Toronto. The CFL’s Most Outstanding Rookie, Sean finished his first CFL season with 70 receptions for 1,441 yards and 16 touchdowns, the latter two leading the league. (View function)
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A rookie free agent who has seen time in every game this season, Horn registered two tackles and a quarterback sack among his 27 defensive snaps to help Atlanta beat Chicago 27-24 on Sunday. In 11 games this year, Horn has 14 tackles and 207 passes defensed. Now 5-6 this season – a half game behind Tampa Bay in the NFC East standings – the Falcons travel to face Washington on Sunday.
Lee, in his sixth NFL season and first in Kansas City, is on the Chiefs’ practice squad. Kansas City posted a 30-27 comeback win over the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday night to improve their AFC record to 8-2. The Chiefs host the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.
Lockett and the Seattle Seahawks were eliminated last week. Lockett, who has made 97 career starts, has 54 receptions for 640 yards and five touchdowns this season. The Seahawks are 6-4 this season — in first place in the NFC West — and open the second half of the season in Las Vegas on Sunday.
Lucas earned his seventh straight start and made 38 of Washington’s 68 offensive snaps to help the Commanders to a 23-10 victory in Houston. An eighth-year pro in his third season with Washington, Lucas has played 412 offensive snaps this year. Washington improved to 6-5 on the season and hosts Atlanta on Sunday.
In his second NFL season, Parker is on the Lions’ practice squad. Parker has 11 tackles in three games this year. Detroit is coming off a 31-18 win at the New York Giants to improve to 4-6 on the season, and the Lions host Buffalo on Thanksgiving Day.
Pringle, who came off injured reserve until Week 10, had 14 offensive tackles and six special teams tackles in Chicago’s 27-24 loss to Atlanta. In five games this season – his first with the Bears – Pringle has three catches for 45 yards. Chicago fell to 3-8 this season and travels to face the New York Jets on Sunday.
Reid made six tackles in New York’s 10-3 rout of New England in the final minute. In his fifth NFL season and first with the Jets, Reed has 48 tackles, seven pass breakups, an interception and a forced fumble in 10 games this season. The Jets fell to 6-4 this season and host Chicago on Sunday.
Reesner, in his fourth NFL season – all with Denver – was involved in all 64 offensive snaps in the Broncos’ 22-16 overtime loss at home to Las Vegas. Risner has made 3,495 of the Broncos’ 3,918 snaps (89.2%) in 57 starts since his 2019 career start. Denver is now 3-7 this season and will travel to face Carolina on Sunday.
Shelley, in his first season in Minnesota, saw action on eight defensive snaps and 12 special teams plays in Minnesota’s 40-3 home loss to Dallas. The Vikings continue to lead the NFC North at 8-2, and they host New England on Thanksgiving night.
Thomas, in his first season in Green Bay, is on the Packers’ practice squad. The Packers lost at Tennessee 27-17 on Thursday night to drop to 4-7 this season and play at Philadelphia on Sunday night.
Thompson and the Miami Dolphins did not play last week. A seventh-round draft pick this year, Thompson is 27-of-47 for 272 yards and an interception in three games this season, which includes a start. Before hosting Houston on Sunday, Miami tied for the lead in the AFC East with a 7-3 victory.
Whitehair, who marked his 102th-career start, played in all 69 snaps in Chicago’s 27-24 loss at Atlanta on Sunday. The loss dropped the Bears to 3-8 on the year and they travel to face the New York Jets on Sunday.
Willis, playing in just his third game this season after battling through an injury, had one tackle in San Francisco’s 38-10 win over Arizona in Mexico City on Monday night. The win pushed the 49ers to a 6-4 record, tied for best in the NFC West, before hosting New Orleans on Sunday.
Yeast, selected in the seventh round of this year’s draft, recorded one tackle among his 12 defensive tackles and 13 special teams plays in Los Angeles’ 27-20 loss at New Orleans. In eight games this season, East has six tackles for the 3-7 Rams, who travel to face Kansas City on Sunday.
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