Ford shines in prime time, Terrell Edmunds impacts Steelers in week 10

11/17/2021 13:56:00

Notable performances in week 10

WR Isaiah Ford

Ford had their best game of the season for the Dolphins in their Thursday night win over Baltimore last week. The fourth-year pro recorded four receptions for 84 yards, including a 52-yard reception throughout his career to set up a field goal just before halftime. Ford has six receptions for 97 yards with one touchdown this season. The Dolphins visit the NY Jets Sunday at 1 p.m. ET on CBS.

S Terrell Edmunds

In the first NFL draw of the 2021 season, S Terrell Edmunds of the Steelers made five tackles with 2.0 TFL, including a 13-yard overtime sack. The 2018 first-round pick is tied for third in the Pittsburgh defense with 47 tackles (35 solo). In addition to last week’s sack, he also has an interception in 2021. The Steelers will be featured on Sunday Night Football this week as they face the Chargers in Los Angeles on NBC.

More matches of the week 11
Sunday November 21

Baltimore to Chicago – 1 p.m. ET – CBS

S Chuck Clark and Ravens visit Soldier Field to face RB Khalil Herbert and the Bears. In Thursday night’s loss to Miami last week, Clark recorded three tackles and one pass defended. Herbert enjoyed the Chicago pass last week and recorded 85 carries for 364 yards with one touchdown in his rookie year. He also returned nine kickoffs for 234 yards, including one for 50 yards.

Green Bay, Minnesota – 1 p.m. ET – FOX

T Yosh Nijman and the Packers visit their NFC rival North Minnesota and T Christian darrisaw. Last week, the Nijman Packers beat the Hokie T Seahawks Duane Brown in a game Nijman saw in reserve on special teams. Darrisaw started on the left tackle and played 100 percent of the Vikings’ offensive snaps in the win over the LA Chargers.

Washington at Carolina – 1 p.m. ET – FOX

K Joey Slye helped his new team clinch a big win over defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay by making all three field goal attempts, which were 46 yards long, and the two extra point attempts in the 29 -19. His CB football teammates Kendall Fuller and DT Tim Settle also contributed to the victory, with Fuller registering six tackles and one pass defended while Settle saw the reserve action. TE Logan Thomas has yet to be activated from the injured reserve with a hamstring injury.

New Orleans to Philadelphia – 1 p.m. ET – FOX

K Brian johnson had a 20-yard field goal in the Saints’ narrow loss to Tennessee last week. Johnson made all eight field trials for New Orleans in his rookie season. The Saints (5-4) travel to Philadelphia to face the Eagles (4-6) on Sunday.

Detroit to Cleveland – 1 p.m. ET – FOX

The Browns’ G Wyatt Teller started and played all the offensive snaps from Cleveland’s loss to New England last week. The Browns (5-5) host the Lions (0-8-1) on Sunday.

Houston, Tennessee – 1 p.m. ET – CBS

Quarterback Tyrod Taylor and the Texans travel to Nashville, TN to take on the AFC South Titans. Houston enjoyed his goodbye last week.

Indianapolis to Buffalo – 1 p.m. ET – CBS

The AFC East Bills and LB Tremaine Edmunds host the Colts on Sunday after beating the NY Jets Division and State Jets last week. Edmunds didn’t play in the game due to injury, but still leads the Buffalo defense with 55 tackles (35 solo) this season.

Cincinnati to Las Vegas – 4:05 p.m. ET – CBS

KG Divine deablo, CB Brandon Facyson and the Raiders (5-4) welcome the Bengals (5-4) to Las Vegas for a late afternoon game on Sunday. In last week’s Sunday Night Football loss to Kansas City, Facyson started up and made six tackles while Deablo recorded one special teams tackle.

Arizona at Seattle – 4:25 p.m. ET – FOX

T Duane Brown started off on left tackle in Seattle’s loss to Green Bay last week, as he has done in every game this season. The Seahawks (3-6) host the NFC West Cardinals (8-2) this week.

Goodbye hokies

Only one Tech alum on a bye this week as CB Kyle Fuller and his Broncos enjoy their week off. Last week, Fuller made five tackles including 1.0 TFL in Denver’s loss to Philadelphia. In his first season with the Broncos, Fuller started seven games, recorded 24 tackles (19 solo) and three assists defended.

Hokies on the NFL rosters (as of November 17, 2021)

76 T Duane Brown Seattle
36 S Chuck Clark Baltimore
71 T Christian darrisaw Minnesota
5 KG Divine deablo Las Vegas
34 S Terrell Edmunds Pittsburgh
49 LB Tremaine Edmunds Buffalo
33 RB Trey Edmunds (PS) Pittsburgh
35 CB Brandon Facyson Las Vegas
3 CB Caleb Farley (IR) Tennessee
87 WR Isaiah Ford Miami
23 CB Kyle Fuller Denver
29 CB Kendall Fuller Washington
24 RB Khalil Herbert Chicago
62 DT Jarrod hewitt (PS) Seattle
6 K Brian johnson New Orleans
44 TE Dalton Keene (IR) New England
73 T Yosh Nijman Green berry
97 DT Tim Adjust Washington
3 K Joey Slye Washington
5 Quarterback Tyrod Taylor Houston
77 G Wyatt Teller Cleveland
82 TE Logan Thomas (IR) Washington

Hokies on the NFL staff

Bruce Arians – Head Coach, Tampa Bay
Malcolm Blacken – Senior Director of Player Development, Washington
Corey Fuller – Assistant Scout, Caroline
Cody Grimm – Defensive / Special Team Assistant, Tampa Bay
Leah Joseph – Assistant to the General Manager, Jacksonville
Jeff King – Director of Pro Scouting, Chicago
Anthony Midget – Secondary, Tennessee
Nick Rapone – Security, Tampa Bay
Johnny Shelton – Team Chaplain, Baltimore
Nick Sorenson – Special Teams Coordinator, Jacksonville
Darryl Tapp – Defensive Line Assistant, San Francisco
Todd Washington – Assistant Offensive Line, Jacksonville