On NFL rosters: 20
On active schedules in week eleven: 11
Jack Anderson–OL, New York Giants
Anderson was inactive for his second game of the season in the Giants’ 31–18 loss at home to the Detroit Lions.
- Season stats: 8 GP
- Next: Thursday, 3:30 p.m. in Dallas
Jordyn Brooks–LB, Seattle Seahawks
Brooks and the Seahawks received a hard-earned bye this week and look forward to moving up to three games over .500 in their Sunday afternoon showdown with the Las Vegas Raiders.
Even after not playing last week due to byes, Brooks still maintains his hold of first place in solo tackles (75), dropping only to tie for second in total tackles (106) with Rashaan Evans (Atlanta).
- Season Stats: 10 GP/10 GS | 106 tackles (75 solo), 1 TFL, 1 FF, 1 FR, 3 PD, 2 QBH
- Next: Sunday, 3:05 p.m. vs Las Vegas
Le’Raven Clark – OL, Tennessee Titans
Clark was able to record playing time for the sixth straight week, getting five snaps, including one offensive, during the Titans’ 27–17 victory over the Green Bay Packers.
- Season stats: GP 6
- Next: Sunday, 12:00 p.m. vs. Cincinnati
Keke Coutee-WR, Indianapolis Colts
Coutee saw the field arrive four snaps all as the Colts’ leading punt return, returning twice for a total of 25 yards in the Colts’ 17–16 home loss to Philadelphia.
- Season stats: GP 6 | Offensive: 1 reception, 20 yards | Point Returns: 15 returns, 139 yards
- Next: Monday, 7:15 PM vs. Pittsburgh
Sam Eguavoen – LB, Miami Dolphins
Eguavoen and the Dolphins spent a day last week looking ahead to their home game against the Houston Texans next Sunday.
- Season stats: 10 GP | 3 tackles (2 solo)
- Next: Sunday, 12pm vs. Houston
Erik Ezukanma – WR, Miami Dolphins
Ezukanma and the Dolphins parted ways last week, potentially allowing Ezukanma to prepare for his first in-game time of the season against a Houston Texans team currently ranked 31st in yards allowed per game (389.6).
- Seasonal Stats: N/A
- Next: Sunday, 12pm vs. Houston
Kerry Hyder-DL, San Francisco 49ers
Hyder saw the field for 36 snaps, 33 of them defensive. He recorded one tackle (solo) in the 49ers’ 38-10 division loss of the Arizona Cardinals.
Hyder has now recorded four consecutive seasons of double-digit tackles by earning his 10th against Arizona.
- Season stats: 9 GP | 1 sack, 9 tackles (6 solo), 1 TFL, 1 QH, 2 PD, 1 FR
- Next: Monday, 7:15 p.m. in Arizona
Patrick Mahomes II – QB, Kansas City Chiefs
Mahomes II threw for 329 yards on 20-of-34 passes with three passing touchdowns and no turnovers, while also chipping in 23 rushing yards on four attempts in the Chiefs’ 30-27 Sunday night thriller victory over their division rival the Los Angeles Chargers. This was Mahome’s II 13th regular season game with over 325 yards passing and three touchdowns with no interceptions, leapfrogging Brett Farve (Green Bay) to make him fifth all-time.
Mahomes II was able to solidify his place atop the NFL in passing yards (3,265) with Sunday’s game giving him a 335-yard cushion between himself and second. Mahomes II also pushed himself ahead in touchdown passing (28), giving him a six touchdown lead between himself and second place.
- Season stats: 10 GP/ 10 GS | 265-of-401 (65.83%), 3,265 yards, 28 TD, 7 INT, 78.4 QBR | 38 carriers, 238 rushing yards
- Season Awards: Week 1 AFC Offensive Player of the Week, Week 4 AFC Offensive Player of the Week
- Next: Sunday, 3:25 PM vs. Los Angeles Rams
Zech McPhearson – D.B., Philadelphia Eagles
McPhearson was able to field 22 snaps, all of which came in special teams. He did not record a stat in the Eagles’ 17–16 interconference victory against the Indianapolis Colts.
- Season stats: 10 GP | 11 tackles (9 solo), 1 PD
- Season Awards: Week 1 NFC Special Teams Player of the Week
- Next: Sunday, 7:20 PM vs. GreenBay
Terence Steele – OL, Dallas Cowboys
Steele played in 64 of the Cowboys’ 72 offensive snaps and added eight special teams snaps during the Cowboys’ 40–3 victory against the Minnesota Vikings. The 37-point win was the highest point difference in an NFL game this season.
- Season stats: 10 GP/ 10 GS
- Next: Thursday, 3:30 p.m. vs. New York Giants
Broderick Washington Jr. -DL, Baltimore Ravens
Washington Jr. registered his second start of the season at a nose tackle. Although he only played 15 total snaps, he recorded three tackles (one solo) and a pass defensed in the Ravens’ 13–3 low-scoring victory over the Carolina Panthers.
Washington Jr. now has recorded at least three tackles for three straight games and is the leader in solo tackles and passes defended for the Baltimore Ravens defensive lineup, including six-time Pro Bowler and 2017 first-team All-Professional defensive lineman Calais Campbell.
- Season Stats: 2 GS/10 GP | 24 tackles (13 solo), 1 TFL, 4 PD, 1 QBH
- Next: Sunday, 12 a.m. in Jacksonville
Dawson Deaton, OL, Cleveland Browns
Jakeem Grant, WR, Cleveland Browns
Antoine Wesley, WR, Arizona Cardinals
Cody Davis, DB, New England Patriots
Dakota Allen, LB, Cleveland Browns
Cameron Batson, WR, Atlanta Falcons
Davis Webb, QB, New York Giants
Kaylon Geiger, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Damarcus Fields, DB, Washington Commanders
Earlier news and notes
August 10: Jakeem Grant was placed on Cleveland’s injured reserve and ruled out for the season with a ruptured Achilles tendon injury.
August 15: Dawson Deaton was placed on Cleveland’s injured reserve and ruled out for the season with an ACL injury.
October 4: DaMarcus Fields was waived by the New Orleans Saints (Fields teamed with the Patriots on October 11, the Commanders on October 17, and the Panthers on October 18).
October 10: Tampa Bay pulls WR Kaylon Geiger from the practice squad for October 9 game against Atlanta; returned to practice squad after week five raise.
October 10: New York Giants pulls QB Davis Webb from the practice squad for October 9 game against Green Bay; returned to practice squad after week five raise.
October 10: Antoine Wesley was ruled out for the rest of the season and will remain on the Arizona Cardinals’ IR for the entire 2022 season.
October 18: Dakota Allen was waived by the Cleveland Browns.
October 19: New England Patriots special teams Cody Davis was ruled out for the season and placed on the IR after suffering a knee injury in a Week 6 game against the Cleveland Browns.
October 20: Dakota Allen was re-signed by the Cleveland Browns.
October 26: DaMarcus Fields was signed to the Washington Commanders’ practice team.
November 1: After being elevated to the active roster for the Browns’ October 31 game against the Cincinnati Bengals, Dakota Allen returned to the practice squad.
November 22: The Denver Broncos pull Dakota Allen from the Browns’ practice squad (clutch).