Dan Bailey (K) - Bailey had his worst performance of the year but still went 2-for-3 on his field goal attempts in a game that featured no touchdowns for the Cowboys. The miss broke a streak of 21 straight makes, a streak that goes back to last season(!). Bailey's field goals were the only points for the Cowboys as they lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10-6.
Dez Bryant (WR) - Dez had an off game as he was targeted 12 times and only came down with five catches for 45 yards. Dez also had two drops and didn't put up much of a fight on a late target that ended up being an interception to end the game. Luckily for both the Cowboys and Dez, starting quarterback Tony Romo returns from his fractured collarbone injury this week.
Tyler Patmon (CB) - Patmon had one of his best games of the season against the Bucs, posting three tackles and two passes defended. Patmon found himself playing a bigger role after cornerback Morris Clairborne went out in the first half with a hamstring injury. If this injury persists through the week and Clairborne is inactive Patmon could find himself in an expanded role against Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins.
Perrish Cox (CB) - Cox was inactive Sunday with a hamstring injury as the Titans lost the Carloina Panthers 27-10. He'll look to return Thursday night against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Justin Gilbert (CB) - Gilbert was inactive as the Browns suffered another loss, a 30-9 beatdown by the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Browns are on bye this week and get the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football on November 30th.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Orie Lemon (LB) - Lemon recorded a tackle against the Dallas Cowboys in the Bucs 10-6 win. Lemon and the Bucs are 4-5 on the season and get the Indianapolis Colts this week.
Russell Okung (LT) - The Seahawks have had a rough go this season as they lost Sunday night to their division rival Arizona Cardinals 39-32. The loss put the Seahawks record at 4-5 for the season. Okung and the Seattle offensive line continue to struggle but will hope to get back on track against the San Francisco 49ers next Sunday. This can't be blamed on Okung right?
Nooot quite a buttfumble, but close: https://t.co/cyXTmQv2Q6 pic.twitter.com/Hdo17DqwdP— SB Nation (@SBNation) November 16, 2015
Brandon Pettigrew (TE) - Pettigrew shocked the heck out of everyone when he scored his first touchdown since November 2013 as the Lions secured their second win of the season over the Green Bay Packers Sunday. The Lions won the game 18-16 to secure their second win of the season, and their first in Green Bay in 24 years (!). Pettigrew looks to continue his touchdown catching ways against the Oakland Raiders Sunday. Coach Gundy sent along his congratulations:
Congrats to former #okstate Cowboy and current @Lions TE Brandon Pettigrew on the touchdown grab today. #NFL pic.twitter.com/aYT3bVC1n7— Mike Gundy (@CoachGundy) November 15, 2015
Kevin Williams (DT) - Williams recorded five tackles in the Saints debilitating 47-14 loss to the Washington Redskins Sunday. The loss cost defensive coordinator Rob Ryan his job as he was fired Monday. Dennis Allen takes over for Ryan as the Saints look to right the ship against the Houston Texans after their bye week.
Adarius Bowman (WR) - Bowman has played eight years in the CFL and compiled an impressive stat line of 448 receptions for 6,729 yards and 34 touchdowns. Bowman was voted a West Division All Star in 2015 after posting 93 catches for 1,304 yards and seven touchdowns.
#CFL #WestDivisionAllStar #AdariusBowman #EDM pic.twitter.com/yS3IE0iwE9— Jimmy (@JimmyK12382) November 11, 2015
Oh, and if you were ever in the market for an Adarius Bowman lego figure well here ya go:
CFL OYO Edmonton Eskimos Adarius Bowman G1LE Series 1 Mini Figure https://t.co/r2Uonm7nvk pic.twitter.com/VlcoBGMEKC— majestic reviews (@forcelledoaxel) November 15, 2015