NFL Coogs - Week 14, 2017

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Joey MBU (IND) at Buffalo - Sunday at noon, on CBS
William Jackson III (CIN) and Brandon Wilson (CIN) vs. Chicago - Sunday at noon, on FOX
DJ Hayden (DET) at Charles Sims (TB) - Sunday at noon, on FOX
Case Keenum (MIN) at Carolina - Sunday at noon, on CBS
Wade Phillips (LAR) vs. Philadelphia - Sunday at 3:25pm, on FOX
Tyus Bowser (BAL) at Pittsburgh - Sunday at 7:30pm, on NBC
Elandon Roberts (NE) at Cam Malveaux (MIA) - Monday at 7:30pm on ESPN

PUP: Howard Wilson (CLE)
IR: Kenneth Farrow (LAC)
Practice Squad: Greg Ward (PHI), Demarcus Ayers (CHI), Derrick Mathews (NYG)

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Wilson is going to be good.

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I think the Vikings game is on CBS and not FOX

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“It was a lot easier than it could’ve been, just from the way I always practice,” he said. “That’s why I practice that way, so when that moment came, it wasn’t much of a change.”

He’s in line for a similar workload in Monday night’s game against New England.

Malveaux made a reputation for himself in Davie by going all out in practices and “destroying the offense,” in defensive coordinator Matt Burke’s words. He’s also impressed the Dolphins with his versatility.

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Dude is a straight up magician out there. Wow!

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Weekly Recap

In a blizzard up in Buffalo, Joey Mbu played 15 snaps for the Colts in their 13-7 loss to the Bills. Joey didn’t record a stat and it’s hard to take anything from a game that was played in about a foot of snow. Stay warm, Joey. The Colts are 3-10 on the season and playing out the string.

William Jackson III was one of only two “bright spots” in the Bengals 33-7 loss to the Bears. Jackson played almost the entire game as Cincy was dealing with injury problems in the secondary. He made 3 tackles and was credited with a pass defensed and now leads the league in forced incompletions (see previous post). Brandon Wilson also played after being banged up all week, but only saw the field on two special teams plays and did not record a stat. The Bengals are now 5-8 and 2 games out in the wildcard race with 3 games to go.

DJ Hayden came up big in the Lions 24-21 victory over the Buccaneers. Hayden had 2 tackles, half of a sack and recovered a fumble in his own territory. The win keeps the Lions a game back in a crowded wildcard race in the NFC.

On the opposite sideline, Charles Sims had what amounts to a normal statline for him this year. Sims had 3 carries for 16 yards and 2 receptions on 3 targets for 11 yards. The Bucs are now 4-9 and playing out the string.

Case Keenum played well, but the Vikings 8 game win streak came to an end in a 31-24 loss to the Panthers. Case was 27-44 for 280 yards, 2 TDs, 2 Ints and was sacked 6 times. He also rushed 5 times for 40 yards; injuries to the offensive line saw Case running for his life most of the game. The Vikings loss puts them in sole possession of 2nd place in the NFC, one game back of the Eagles.

Wade Phillips had a bad day as his Rams defense got carved up in a 43-35 loss to the Eagles. Before tearing his ACL, Carson Wentz threw for 291 yards and 4 TDs. The Rams defense did get pressure, tallying 2 sacks and 8 QB hits on the day, but Wentz and the Eagles were just better. The loss puts the Rams in a tie for the 3rd spot in the NFC with the Saints and Panthers and only a game up on the Seahawks for the division lead.

Tyus Bowser saw his second-most action on the year in the Ravens 39-38 loss to the Steelers. Bowser saw 22 snaps on defense and 22 more on special teams and was able to record the first sack of his career while also adding another TFL and another QB hit. Nice outing for Bowser that hopefully leads to more playing time. The loss does drop the Ravens into a 4-way tie for both of the AFC wildcard spots with Kansas City, Los Angeles, and Buffalo.

Elandon Roberts continued his solid play in the Patriots 27-20 loss to the Dolphins on Monday night. Roberts ended up with 7 tackles and a tackle for loss, but did have a few problems in coverage. Still, his hard-hitting style and aggressive nature continue to impress. The loss drops the Patriots into the 2nd spot in the AFC, a game behind the Steelers.

Cam Malveaux was inactive and didn’t play for the Dolphins who are now 6-7 and a game out of the wildcard race in the AFC.

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Week 15 schedule

Joey Mbu (IND) vs. Denver - Thursday at 7:25 pm on NBC
DJ Hayden (DET) vs. Chicago - Saturday at 3:30 pm on the NFL Network
Cam Malveaux (MIA) at Buffalo - Sunday at noon on CBS
Tyus Bowser (BAL) at Cleveland - Sunday at noon on CBS
William Jackson III (CIN) and Brandon Wilson (CIN) at Case Keenum (MIN) - Sunday at noon on CBS
Wade Phillips (LAR) at Seattle - Sunday at 3:05 pm on FOX
Elandon Roberts (NE) at Pittsburgh - Sunday at 3:25 pm on CBS
Charles Sims (TB) vs Atlanta - Monday at 7:30 pm on ESPN

PUP: Howard Wilson (CLE) - Hasn’t practiced as of last week
IR: Kenneth Farrow (LAC)
Practice Squad: Greg Ward (PHI), Demarcus Ayers (CHI), Derrick Mathews (NYG)