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Utes in the NFL: Week 6 Review, Week 7 Preview

Oct 22, 2020

SALT LAKE CITY – Interceptions, pass breakups and more came in the sixth week of the NFL regular season as former Utah football athletes continued to shine for their respective teams.

Julian Blackmon continued to show out for the Indianapolis Colts, recording his second interception of the season. Cincinnati was marching down field behind by four in the final quarter of the game when Blackmon picked off Heisman winner Joe Burrow on the Indianapolis 19-yard-line, sealing the 31-27 win for the Colts.

Jaylon Johnson also finished Chicago's win at Carolina with three tackles and two passes defended, giving him nine pass breakups this season. His nine pass breakups ranks third in the NFL this year and first among rookies.

On Offense, Tim Patrick recorded his second straight 100-yard game in Denver's 18-12 win over New England, finishing the game with four receptions for 101 yards, averaging 25.3 yards per catch.

His 41-yard reception on a second-and-six in the game was a career long catch.

NFL Regular Season Week 6 Recap (Alphabetical by Player)

Player, Team Opponent Result  Highlights
Bradlee Anae, Dallas  vs. Arizona L, 38-10 Played on ST
Francis Bernard, Dallas vs. Arizona L, 38-10 Played on ST
Julian Blackmon, Indianapolis vs. Cincinnati  W, 31-27 Started at FS; 2 tackles, 1 INT, 1 PD
Garett Bolles, Denver at New England  W, 18-12 Started at LT
Terrell Burgess, L.A. Rams at San Francisco  L, 24-16 Sub at S/ST
Leki Fotu, Arizona   at Dallas W, 38-10 Sub on DL/ST
Javelin Guidry, NY Jets at Miami L, 24-0 Played on ST; 1 tackle
Jaylon Johnson, Chicago at Carolina W, 23-16 Started at CB; 3 tackles, 2 PD
Zack Moss, Buffalo  vs. Kansas City L, 26-17 Sub at RB; 5 rush, 10 yds
Jared Norris, Washington at NY Giants L, 20-19 Played on ST
Tim Patrick, Denver   at New England W, 18-12 Started at WR; 4 rec, 101 yds (25.3 ypc)
John Penisini, Detroit  at Jacksonville W, 34-16 Started at DE; 1 tackle
Eric Rowe, Miami  vs. NY Jets W, 24-0 Started at S; 9 tackles, 1 PD
Mitch Wishnowsky, San Francisco vs. L.A. Rams W, 24-16 5 punts, 235 yds (47.0 avg), 2 IN20, 51 LG

How To Watch The Utes In NFL Week 7:

Day Game Time (MT) TV Utes to Watch
Oct. 22 NY Giants at Philadelphia 6:20 p.m.  FOX/NFL #72 Jackson Barton (NY Giants)
Oct. 25 Detroit at Atlanta 11 a.m. FOX #91 John Penisini (Detroit)
Oct. 25 Carolina at New Orleans 11 a.m. FOX #43 Marcus Williams (New Orleans)
Oct. 25  Buffalo at NY Jets  11 a.m. CBS #20 Zack Moss (Buffalo)
#40 Javelin Guidry (NY Jets)
Oct. 25 Dallas at Washington 11 a.m. FOX #56 Bradlee Anae (Dallas)
#44 Francis Bernard (Dallas)
#50 Jared Norris (Washington)
#59 Nate Orchard (Washington)
#11 Alex Smith (Washington)
Oct. 25 Seattle at Arizona  2:05 p.m. FOX #57 Cody Barton (Seattle)
#49 Kylie Fitts (Arizona)
#95 Leki Fotu (Arizona)
Oct. 25 Kansas City at Denver 2:25 p.m. CBS #72 Garett Bolles (Denver)
#81 Tim Patrick (Denver)
Oct. 25  San Francisco at New England 2:25 p.m.  CBS #6 Mitch Wishnowsky (San Francisco)
Oct. 25 Jacksonville at L.A. Chargers 2:25 p.m. CBS #69 Sam Tevi (L.A. Chargers)
Oct. 25 Tampa Bay at Las Vegas   6:20 p.m. NBC #23 Devontae Booker (Las Vegas)
Oct. 26 Chicago at L.A. Rams  6:15 p.m.  ESPN #33 Jaylon Johnson (Chicago)
#26 Terrell Burgess (L.A. Rams)