Tashaun Gipson continued his break out, as he caused a turnover for the 4th week in a row and Chris Prosinski made a small impact in his Eagles debut.
Malcom Floyd, WR, San Diego Chargers- The Chargers had a week 10 bye. Floyd leads the Chargers in receiving yards with 530 and is 3rd on the team in receptions with 28.
2014 Stats: 9 G 9 GS 28 REC 530 YDS 18.9 YDS/REC 58.89 YDS/GAME 3 TD.
Week 1: 36 yard reception 6-yard TD
Week 3: 49 yard catch (1) 49 yard catch (2)
Week 4: 24 yard TD
Week 5: 49 yard catch
Week 6: 5 Yard TD 44 Yard leaping catch
Week 8: 24 Yard leaping catch over 2 defenders
Next Week: Vs. Raiders 2:05 MT
Tashaun Gipson, S, Cleveland Browns- Tashaun Gipson continues to take the NFL by storm. He caused a fumble, had one pass defended and made 3 tackles in the Browns’ (6-3) dominate 24-3 win over the Bengals. It is worth noting that his one pass defended should’ve been his 7th, and maybe easiest interception of the season, but he ultimately dropped the Andy Dalton pass. Gipson still leads the NFL with 6 interceptions and his 158 yards on interceptions is also good for the league lead. His 14 passes defended in good for T5. Tashaun is now responsible for 7 turnovers this season, which is tops in the league as well. His underdog story seems to have made him a fan favorite in Cleveland.
Tashaun Gipson is close to taking the throne away from LeBron James here in Cleveland.
The man is a BEAST!
— Cleveland SportsTalk (@CLEsportsTalk) November 7, 2014
Gipson’s availability for week 11 is in doubt, as he is being evaluated for a concussion.
Browns S Tashaun Gipson, NFL's interception leader, evaluated for potential concussion http://t.co/dHp3Cr6DSp
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) November 11, 2014
2014 Stats: 9 G 9 GS 42 TT 24 SOLO 18 AST 8 PD 6 INT 158 YDS 1 TD 1 FF
Week 2: Interception returned for a 62 yard TD
Week 3: Interception and 15 yard return
Week 7: Interception and 31 yard return 2nd interception of game
Week 8: Interception number 5
Week 9: Interception number 6
Week 10: Forced Fumble
Next Week: VS Texans 11:00 AM MT
Robert Herron, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Herron was inactive for the first time this season for the Bucs (1-8) 17-27 loss to the Falcons.
2014 Stats: 7 G 0 GS 6 REC 58 YDS 9.7 YDS/REC 9.7 YDS/GAME 1 TD 1 Rushing: 1 carry 0 yards
Week 5: 9 Yard touchdown catch
Next Week: @ Redskins 11:00 AM MT
Marqueston Huff, DB, Tennessee Titans- Huff was active and credited with a game played, but did not record any stats in the Titans (2-7) 7-21 loss to the Ravens.
2014 Stats: 9 G 1 GS 11 TT 7 SOLO 4 AST 1 Sack 1 PD O INT
Next Week: Vs Steelers Monday 6:30 PM MT
Mitch Unrein, DT, Denver Broncos- Unrein was active and credited for a game played for the second game in a row and the 3rd time all season in Denver’s (7-2) 41-17 win over the Raiders. He did not record any stats.
2014 Stats: 3 G 0 GS 0 TT
Next Week: @ Rams 11:00 AM MT
Chris Prosinski, S, Philadelphia Eagles- Prosinski suited up for his 4th game this season, and first with the Eagles on Monday night. Prosinski didn’t record a tackle in the Eagles’ (7-2) 45-21 over the Panthers, but did see time on special teams and made an important block to spring Darren Sproles free for a punt return touchdown, Prosinski is wearing #33 for Eagles.
Great return from @DarrenSproles and superb setup blocks, newcomer Chris Prosinski included. Absolutely awesome on special teams in 2014
— Dave Spadaro (@davespadaro) November 11, 2014
Chip: Chris Prosinski's been one of the best four-core special teams players in the league the last few years.
— Dave Spadaro (@EaglesInsider) November 11, 2014
With the Jaguars: 3 G 0 GS 5 TT 2 SOLO 3 AST 0 PD 0 INT
With the Eagles: 1 G 0 GS 0 TT
Next Week: @ Packers 2:25 PM MT
Mike Purcell, DT, San Francisco 49ers- Purcell remains on the Niners practice squad, where he has been all season. There is a slight chance he could be signed to the active roster, as the Niners announced today that LB Patrick Willis will miss the rest of the season due to an injury.
Next Week: @ Giants 11:00 AM MT