Following a number of impressive performances in Week 3 of the NFL season by former Pitt Panthers, it was a relatively quiet Week 4.
The biggest performance of the week was by Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd, who’s turning into rookie quarterback Joe Burrow’s go-to- receiver.
WR Tyler Boyd, Cincinnati: 7 catches for 90 yards. On the season, Boyd has 28 catches (6th most in NFL) for 320 yards and 1 TD.
Tyler Boyd = Good at football pic.twitter.com/Q3BvmrPg0X
— Matt Minich (@CoachMinich) October 5, 2020
Since 2018, only 6 receivers have more receptions than Tyler Boyd, 7 who have a better Ctch%, and 10 who have more yards.
So yes, Tyler Boyd is currently a top 10 WR in the NFL.
— Adam's Hour (@Adams_Hour) October 5, 2020
S Jordan Whitehead, Tampa Bay: 4 tackles, 1 tackle for loss and 1 sack. Whitehead has recorded sacks in back-back weeks.
DT Aaron Donald, LA Rams: 2 tackles and .5 sack.
Uhhh…is this dude out of his mind? Who picks a fight with Aaron Donald? pic.twitter.com/uFkFz7Oz6e
— Pick Six Podcast (@picksixpod) October 4, 2020
CB K’Wuan Williams, San Francisco: 2 tackles
WR Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona: 2 catches for 4 yards.
P Andy Lee, Arizona: 5 punts for average of 41.4 yards. Two of those punts were inside the 20 yard line.
RB LeSean McCoy, Tampa Bay: 1 rush for 3 yards, 1 catch for 3 yards
RB Dion Lewis, NY Giants: 1 rush for 10 yards and 2 catches for 8 yards.