We had a few Ags on bye this week, so the week 11 edition is going to look a bit lighter. But don't worry. I'm not gonna shut you guys out. I'm not Chief, and you aren't the Vandy offense.
Let's get to it.
5) Martellus Bennett
Martellus didn't play particularly well on Sunday (2 receptions; 27 yards), missing an audible on a key late 2 point conversion attempt that would have tied the game.
Re-watched two-point try: #Bears' Jay Cutler checks to run, but Martellus Bennett runs route, allowing T.J. Ward to come in free, make stop.— Adam Jahns (@adamjahns) November 22, 2015
But as we all know, football is only part of the Money B experience.
I guess Elsa is frustrated and unhappy today.— Martellus Bennett (@MartysaurusRex) November 21, 2015
Bears TE Martellus Bennett is wearing military camouflage cleats. He figures if he's gonna get fined, he might as well go all out.— Rich Campbell (@Rich_Campbell) November 22, 2015
Hopefully Money can get his on-field production back on track to match his off-field gold.
4) Randy Bullock
Randy came back to Houston! As the enemy. A fact which was apparently not lost on the Houston faithful.
Welcome home Randy Bullock. #Texans fans booed him like he stole something.— Greg Bailey (@GregBailey13) November 22, 2015
He drilled his only field goal (from 40), and it looks like he's found a new home.
Also, the world needs a reality show about Randy living in New York, and we need it yesterday.
3) Ryan Tannehill
Things haven't been going very well for Mr. Tannehill. Many had pegged this as his "defining year", and we may be getting our answer: he's a top-32 quarterback who deserves to start somewhere... but may not be 'franchise QB' material.
Sunday was an OK outing (54%; 2 TD's/1 INT; 188 yards), with one absolutely terrible moment thrown in:
Solid burn, official NFL twitter account.
2) Von Miller
Von was quiet for most of the afternoon, but he showed up with a huge strip sack on a late 4th quarter drive.
He also showed up with a woodland creature on his head. Because Von is a perfect human being that cannot be improved upon.
1) Mike Evans
No jokes here. Mike had a solid game in Tampa Bay's absolute demolition of Philly on the road.
Four catches, 63 yards, and his second touchdown of the season.
Gig 'em, Mike.