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#StanfordNFL Week 2: Career Day

Sep 22, 2020


Schultz Compiles Career Day

Dalton Schultz scored his first career touchdown to spark a three-score comeback victory for the Cowboys in the final five minutes. His 10-yard touchdown highlighted a career day for Schultz, who was targeted a team-high 10 times with nine receptions for 88 yards, all career highs.

McCaffrey Scores Twice More

Christian McCaffrey became the first player since 2010 to begin a season with back-to-back games of two-plus rushing touchdowns. Sunday marked his 14th career multi-TD game, tied with Alvin Kamara for the most in the NFL since 2017. Through 50 career games, McCaffrey has 3,076 rushing yards, 2,590 receiving yards, 28 rushing touchdowns and 15 receiving touchdowns. He left Sunday's game with an ankle injury in the fourth quarter and did not return.

Quick Hitters

  • Henry Anderson started at defensive end and played 40 total snaps in the Jets' 31-13 loss to San Francisco.
  • J.J. Arcega-Whiteside played 16 snaps and was targeted twice in the Eagles' 37-19 loss to the Rams.
  • Jake Bailey punted twice with an average of 56.5 yards, while also recording two touchbacks on five kickoffs, in the Patriots' 35-30 loss at Seattle on Sunday Night Football.
  • David DeCastro was inactive with an injury during the Steelers' 26-21 victory over Denver.
  • Zach Ertz caught five passes for 42 yards on seven total targets in the Eagles' 37-19 loss to the Rams.
  • Cameron Fleming started at right tackle in the Giants' 17-13 loss at Chicago.
  • Nate Herbig made his second career start, allowing just one pressure on 45 pass blocking snaps, to earn the sixth-best offensive grade (80.5) among guards this week according to Pro Football Focus.
  • Austin Hooper had two catches for 22 yards, playing 57 snaps in the Browns' 35-30 win on Thursday Night Football.
  • Peter Kalambayi was inactive with an injury as the Texans lost to Baltimore.
  • Bryce Love was inactive in Washington's 30-15 loss at Arizona.
  • Blake Martinez once again led the Giants in tackles, totaling eight takedowns (six solo) with one sack, in New York's 17-13 loss at Chicago.
  • Ty Montgomery managed a pair of catches on three targets for 25 yards in New Orleans' 34-24 loss at Las Vegas.
  • Trent Murphy had one tackle and one QB hit in the Bills' 31-28 win at Miami.
  • Bobby Okereke totaled three tackles (two solo) while playing 54 total snaps in the Colts' 28-11 win over Minnesota.
  • Andrus Peat started at left guard and played 59 of the Saints' 60 offensive snaps in a 34-24 loss to the Raiders.
  • Harrison Phillips played 37 snaps in the Bills' win at Miami, totaling one tackle and two QB hits.
  • Jordan Richards played 21 special teams snaps in Baltimore's 33-16 win at Houston.
  • Justin Reid tied his career high with 10 tackles (eight solo) and one tackle for loss in Houston's 33-16 loss to Baltimore.
  • Brennan Scarlett played 61 total snaps, combining for two tackles in the Texans' loss to the Ravens.
  • Kaden Smith started at tight end, making two receptions in the Giants' loss at Chicago.
  • Michael Thomas played 17 special teams snaps and made one tackle in Houston's loss to Baltimore on Sunday.
  • Solomon Thomas started for the 49ers, making two tackles before leaving the game with a knee injury midway through the first quarter.
  • Levine Toilolo played 11 snaps in New York's 17-13 loss at Chicago.
  • Casey Toohill made his NFL debut, playing 22 snaps for the Eagles in their 37-19 loss to the Rams.
  • James Vaughters made one tackle and played 32 total snaps for the Bears in their 17-13 win over the Giants.