Randall Cobb: Cobb rides lightening in Green Bay and based on this quote from Aaron Rodgers, I’d say they like what direction he’s going; “Randall Cobb played great. We’ve been trying to find ways to get him positive match-ups, get him in space, he’s a big time player.” Via @packers. He finished Sunday’s game against San Francisco with 9 rec, 77 yds and a 76 yd PR TD.
Wesley Woodyard: Undersized at LB? Sure didn’t seem like it against the Steelers on Sunday. After arguably his best game (12 tackles and a QB sack), the Broncos are poised to ride their Defense to many victories.
Stevie Johnson: Against a stout Jets defense, Stevie was their lone receiving bright spot, hauling in 4 passes for 55 yds with a 29 yd TD mixed in. The TD shows his penchant to make the big play and that’s what Buffalo is going to need win this season.
Jacob Tamme: It’s easy to see why Tamme followed Peyton to Denver. They have a connection that will only propel Jacob to greater things and it showed against the Steelers Sunday. He had 5 rec, 48 yds and an 18 yd TD. Play like that will only bolster the entire offense, his confidence as well as cement his place on the 1st team.
Tim Masthay: His stat line against San Francisco was what we’ve come to expect from Masthay: 6 punts, 48.2 yd avg., 4 inside the 20 with a long of 60 yds. His stellar line means the Packers weren’t very efficient on offense but they are fortunate to have his leg to keep them in the game.
John Conner: The Terminator cleared a path for Shonn Greene’s 29 rush, 94 yd, 1 TD day. The rushing attack led the way for Sanchez to air it out by keeping the Buffalo D honest. Expect more of this from one of Rex’s favorite players.
Garry Williams: The back-up Left Tackle has the monumental task of protecting Cam Newton but it’s difficult to do with such a mobile QB. This week the O-Line gave up 3 Sacks to the Buccaneers.
Danny Trevathan: (DNP)
Winston Guy: (DNP)