Michael Crabtree (WR) and DeAndre Washington (RB) - Oakland Raiders
The Raiders had their bye this week, so there’s no news for Crabtree or Washington in the stat sheet this time, but they both made headlines regardless. Crabtree is up for voting in the Pro Bowl, with 49 receptions for 596 yards and 6 touchdowns.
King Crab.— OAKLAND RAIDERS (@RAIDERS) November 13, 2016
Just one of many members of the Silver and Black that YOU, #RaiderNation, can help vote to the Pro Bowl: https://t.co/E8CjDfCh19 pic.twitter.com/XYkAtlqTTp
DeAndre Washington has 62 rushes for 302 yards this year to go with 13 receptions for 72 yards and just a single lost fumble. During the bye week Washington spent Sunday on the set of ESPN’s Sports Center.
Blessings... pic.twitter.com/B0PnuOq9Yx— DeAndre Washington (@dwa5hington) November 13, 2016
Bradley Marquez (WR) - Los Angeles Rams
Marquez had a rather big week, and not on the football field....
Congratulations to Bradley and the healthy family. The Rams travelled to New York to take on the Jets and won 9-6. After the game, coach Fisher gave Marquez the game ball.
Become a father, get a win, take home the game ball.— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) November 14, 2016
Congrats @BradMarquez_4. What a week! pic.twitter.com/9CD4Itlnhh
Jakeem Grant (WR/KR/PR) - Miami Dolphins
Grant had a quiet day in the returns department, with 2 kick returns for 54 yards and 3 punt returns for just 3 yards. Unfortunately he had a few miscues with a fumbled punt at his own 5, a muffed punt, and tried returning a kick from out of his own end zone that didn’t result too well. He was down after the game, but said his confidence isn’t shaken. He does realize that his mistakes could have cost the Dolphins the game, something that could hinder his chances at becoming a bigger part of the team.