Michael Crabtree, WR - Oakland Raiders
It was a very quiet week with very little production for our Red Raiders. Crabtree and the Oakland Raiders went up against the stingiest defense in the Denver Broncos and the game reflected that. Coming into the game, Denver was only allowing 185 yards passing per game. Derek Carr passed for 249 yards, and Crabtree led the team with 4 catches for 54 yards. Unfortunately the Raiders were never able to get going, with 2 missed field goals and 2 turnovers. Next week the Raiders travel down the coastline for a trip to San Diego.
Danny Amendola, WR - New England Patriots
Danny was fortunate enough to return to Texas and play against a depleted Cowboys team. Unfortunately for the Pats, Dallas was able to get a lot of pressure on Brady and disrupt the gameplan. Edelman and Gronkowski received the majority of the targets, and Amendola was only thrown to 3 times. He did have a long catch down the left sideline that was called back due to a penalty. Next week the Pats travel to Indy to face the Colts.
Cody Davis, S - St. Louis Rams
Cody has had a quiet year with only a few tackles in special teams duty. He was involved in another special teams play this week in Green Bay. He was lined up in punt coverage and they ran a fake. Once the initial fake was covered, the punter launched the ball 20 yards down the field and Cody just happened to be there, diving out to catch the ball.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">**FAKE PUNT ALERT** Johnny Hekker is a punter Punters aren't supposed to scramble and sling 20-yard passes <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/STLvsGB?src=hash">#STLvsGB</a> <a href="http://t.co/4MBBjIeKCy">http://t.co/4MBBjIeKCy</a></p>— NFL (@NFL) <a href="https://twitter.com/NFL/status/653293687389097984">October 11, 2015</a></blockquote>
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