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#StanfordNFL: Week 11

Nov 23, 2022

Cincinnati's Trenton Irwin made three receptions for a career-high 42 yards in his first start, a 37-30 Bengals' victory at Pittsburgh. Irwin, playing as a practice squad elevation, scored his first career touchdown on a 1-yard pass from Joe Burrow in the third quarter for a 24-20 lead the Bengals would not relinquish. Afterward, the team awarded Irwin his first game ball as a pro. 


Trenton Irwin scores. Photo by Kareem Elgazzar/USA TODAY Sports. 

Irwin has six catches for 83 yards and a touchdown while playing 105 offensive snaps over the past three weeks. On Tuesday, Irwin was signed to the Bengals active roster. 

Bengals' teammate Michael Thomas played 23 special teams snaps and one defensive snap at safety. 

Austin Hooper scores. Photo by Kirsten Schmitt/Cal Sports Media.

Tennessee starting tight end Austin Hooper had four catches for 36 yards and scored the Titans' final two touchdowns in a 27-17 victory at Green Bay. Hooper caught a three-yard halfback pass from Derrick Henry in the third quarter for a 20-9 lead and then caught a 16-yard scoring pass in a tight window from Ryan Tannehill with 14:55 left that put the Titans ahead for the final margin. Hooper's second TD initially was ruled an incompletion, but replay clearly showed Hooper had possession before the ball was pulled out of his arms, and the call was reversed. 


Christian McCaffrey. Photo by Kirby Lee/USA TODAY Sports. 

San Francisco starting running back Christian McCaffrey earned his seventh game this season of 100-plus scrimmage yards. McCaffrey caught seven passes in as many targets for 67 yards and rushed seven times for 39 yards in the 49ers' 38-10 Monday night victory over Arizona in Mexico City.

Atlanta center Drew Dalman allowed zero pressures and had an 86.0 run-blocking grade by Pro Football Focus in the Falcons' 27-24 victory over visiting Chicago. Dalman's offensive grade of 86.4 by PFF was a career-high as a starter. 


Casey Toohill. Photo by Trask Smith/Cal Sports Media.

Washington defensive end Casey Toohill had three tackles, including two for losses, and a 72.6 tackling grade by Pro Football Focus in the Commanders' 23-10 victory at Houston.


Davis Mills. Photo by Troy Taormina/USA TODAY Sports. 

For the Texans, starting quarterback Davis Mills completed 19 of 33 passes for 169 yards. Mills also carried five times for 10 yards and scored his first career rushing touchdown on a four-yarder in the fourth quarter.  

Indianapolis starting inside linebacker Bobby Okereke had nine tackles and a quarterback hurry in the Colts' 17-16 loss to visiting Philadelphia. Okereke is tied for sixth in the NFL in tackles with 95. 


Bobby Okereke. Photo by Robert Scheer/Indy Star/USA TODAY Sports. 

Minnesota starting defensive tackle Harrison Phillips had seven tackles, including six solo, a tackle for loss, and QB hurry in the Vikings' 40-3 loss to visiting Dallas. For the Cowboys, starting tight end Dalton Schultz had three catches for 22 yards. 


Dalton Schultz. Photo by Brace Hemmelgarn/USA TODAY Sports. 

New Orleans starting cornerback Paulson Adebo had five solo tackles, a tackle for loss, and earned an 83.9 run grade by Pro Football Focus in the Saints' 27-20 victory over the visiting Los Angeles Rams.  

Denver's Cameron Fleming played all 64 offensive snaps at right tackle in the Broncos' 22-16 overtime loss against visiting Las Vegas. 

Kansas City starting safety Justin Reid had four solo tackles in the Chiefs' 30-27 victory at the Los Angeles Chargers. 

New York Jets defensive tackle Solomon Thomas played 21 defensive snaps and five special teams snaps in a 10-3 loss at New England. 

Jacksonville offensive tackle Walker Little and Seattle tight end Colby Parkinson had byes. New York Jets offensive guard Nate Herbig, New Orleans offensive guard Andrus Peat, and Los Angeles Chargers offensive tackle Foster Sarell did not play. Houston defensive tackle Thomas Booker, Arizona tight end Zach Ertz, and San Francisco inside linebacker Curtis Robinson were inactive. 

Atlanta tight end Tucker Fisk and Miami outside linebacker Brennan Scarlett were on practice squads. New York Jets defensive end Henry Anderson, New England punter Jake Bailey and running back Ty Montgomery, and Dallas receiver Simi Fehoko were on injured reserve.