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eek in college football http://www.billsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-jerry-hughes-jersey , so it seemed only fitting that any recap should feature players involved in those inter-conference games, but the real offensive MVP, who rushed for over 200 yards, hails from the PAC-12. Not to be forgotten, the defenders this week are all middle-round prospects looking to make a rise up the board this season. More about each 2019 draft prospect below. RB Zack Moss (Utah)The Utes were determined to pound the rock against UCLA and Moss was their battering ram, so much so that he ended the day with 211 yards on 26 runs. As always, the 215-pound junior proved difficult to bring down, but he also managed to show off some long speed on one particular 60-yard scamper which is important for his evaluation. Also important was the fact that he caught two passes for 14 yards and held up in pass protection.C Garrett Bradbury (NC State)Syracuse and NC State had an old-fashioned shootout, thanks to some great protection provided by the offensive line for both teams. For the Wolfpack, that protection was provided by Bradbury. The center was extremely light on his feet, which led to a couple nice runs, but allowed him to shine in his pass sets. His movement skills helped on run fakes, allowing him to pretend like he was run blocking, and then immediately shifting to a pass protection set.WR Sean Riley (Syracuse)The diminutive slot receiver for the Orange didn’t just go toe-to-toe with the NC State defensive backs, with his 164 yards he also managed to keep up with the Wolfpack’s Kelvin Harmon who had a monster day on the other side of the field. Defensively, NC State had no answer for Riley as he was too quick for linebackers and safeties and too polished a route-runner for slot corners. Several of his catches came on third downs, keeping drives alive and eventually leading to an upset. ER Ben Banogu (TCU)TCU usually chose to only rush three players on third downs against Kansas, but the senior still managed to get to the quarterback twice for sacks. Where Banogu really stood out though was in holding the edge in run defense, finishing the day with 4.5 tackles for loss. If Banogu can continue to stack productive weeks like this, he could go from being considered late rounder to more of a mid-round consideration.LB Ryan Connelly (Wisconsin)The day began well for Connelly and the Wisconsin defense as a whole against Northwestern. Connelly made an very athletic play to tip a pass which ended up as an interception for the Badgers. Unfortunately http://www.billsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-corey-bojorquez-jersey , Wisconsin’s offense was no help and the defense eventually collapsed as well. No one should blame Connelly though, who found himself chasing running backs all day while leading his team in tackles with fourteen.Your browser does not support HTML5 video.CB Bryce Hall (Virginia)Hall can be labeled as a “draft riser” this year and that rise continued against UNC. The junior leads the nation in pass break ups, and had two against UNC, because he know how to position get his hands into the chest of the receiver and force an incompletion at the very last minute. The few times he does allow a catch, Hall uses his long arms to quickly wrap up and limit any yards after the catch. He also threw in a johnny-on-the-spot fumble recovery against the Tarheels. Your browser does not support HTML5 video.Revisiting five Buffalo Bills to watch: Second cornerback remains a problem The Buffalo Bills had issues at cornerback before Sunday’s 31-20 defeat at the hands of the Los Angeles Chargers. After losing two more corners during the game, however, the position is in dire straits. While there were some signs of hope from most of our players to watch on Sunday, the glaring defensive issues need to be fixed quickly, as the Bills play two teams on the road with fantastic quarterbacks over the next two weeks (the Minnesota Vikings and Kirk Cousins, followed by the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers). Here is how our players to watch fared in the game on Sunday.QB Josh AllenThe man whose failure or success will most determine the fate of the franchise over the next few years had an up-and-down game, but he performed pretty well overall. Statistically speaking, he was about as good as we could have hoped in his first start against a tough Chargers defense. Allen was 18-for-33 (54.6%) for 245 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions on the day. He added 32 rushing yards on eight attempts. There were some issues with protections that he should have called or adjusted but didn’t, and there were also issues with touch and accuracy on passes similar to those that plagued him in college. Allen was always viewed as a project, however, and for his first start, he showed flashes of what led the Bills to trade up and draft him seventh overall this past April.CB2If the corner position truly is in dire straits, then the recently retired Vontae Davis took his money for nothing on Sunday. In a game that Davis started, he removed himself during the first half and abruptly retired at halftime in an unprecedented show of disrespect for his teammates. Making matters worse for Buffalo http://www.billsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-jason-croom-jersey , Phillip Gaines dislocated his elbow in the second quarter, so the Bills were left with only Lafayette Pitts to play opposite Tre’Davious White. (It’s one thing to recognize that you don’t have it anymore and decide to hang it up in the middle of a season, but it’s a whole other bag of ridiculous to make that realization and then leave the stadium right then and there when your team is already shorthanded at your position.) The Bills need to find someone capable of holding down the spot opposite White, otherwise they should continue to be shredded through the air opposite their top corner.DE Jerry HughesBuffalo’s top pass rusher played well against the Chargers, especially in the second half. After the intermission, he was consistently in the offensive backfield, harassing Philip Rivers far more than in the first half. Hughes made 5 solo tackles and an assisted tackle, and he also dropped Rivers for a sack. Buffalo’s top edge defender looked the part this past Sunday, and if the team’s second-half defensive renaissance can carry over to Minnesota next weekend, the Bills will at least have a chance.LB Tremaine EdmundsBuffalo’s rookie defensive signal-caller struggled on Sunday, especially in pass coverage. He seemed hesitant on his assignments, and he was unable to stick with either of Los Angeles’ tough running backs—Melvin Gordon and Austin Ekeler. Edmunds had six tackles and an assist on the day. Growing pains are to be expected from the 20-year old phenom, but he is being exploited quite a bit in coverage early in his young career.WR Kelvin BenjaminBuffalo’s top wideout was quiet again on Sunday, hauling in only 2 passes for 19 yards. One of those receptions was a touchdown—the first of Josh Allen’s career. The Bills targeted Benjamin only 3 times, and Allen completed passes to 11 different receivers. While that last stat is excellent, the Bills would be wise to target their most-talented receiver more in future weeks, as a 6’5” wide receiver could serve as a very nice security blanket for a rookie quarterback.
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