Week 13 was a big dud as we only got to see nine former Huskers see action on Sunday. Injuries put a bit of damper as guys like Lavonte David and Dicaprio Bootle were out with injuries while Cam Taylor-Britt is questionable for Monday night. Here’s a look at those few that played.
Luke Gifford, Tennessee Titans
Gifford played 28 special teams snaps for the Titans in their overtime loss to the Colts, but unfortunately he wasn’t able to make any tackles.
Maliek Collins, Houston Texans
While Collins was only credited with two tackles and a quarterback hurry, his impact was felt with his ability to create penetration.
Highest pass rush win rates in Week 13 through early afternoon window:— Seth Walder (@SethWalder) December 3, 2023
Micah Parsons 50%
Harold Landry 40%
T.J. Watt 36%
Samson Ebukam 33%
Demarcus Lawrence 31%
Alex Highsmith 30%
Dennis Gardeck 30%
Maliek Collins 27%
Khalil Mack 23%
Leonard Williams 23%
Khalil Davis, Houston Texans
With the Texans defensive line getting healthier that meant Davis only got to see 16 total snaps on defense and was unable to make any tackles.
Trey Palmer, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Against the division rival Panthers, Palmer was targeted early 5 times but was only able to make two catches for 12 yards while he did add 13 yards rushing on an end around.
Tampa Bay rookie WR Trey Palmer with a solid route, and a nice catch in traffic to convert a 3rd down.— Seven Rounds in Heaven (@7RoundsInHeaven) December 3, 2023
Palmer has been one of the best day 3 WR’s in his class. pic.twitter.com/rhSNFf209T
Randy Gregory, San Francisco 49ers
Gregory got some early snaps against the Eagles and while he wasn’t able make any tackles or sacks, he did get two quarterback hurries on Jalen Hurts.
Cam Jurgens, Philadelphia Eagles
Even though the Eagles lost big to the 49ers, Jurgens had a good game not allowing a sack while doing well blocking in the run game.
Jack Stoll, Philadelphia Eagles
We thought we had another Jack Stoll reception, but the 7 yard catch was negated by an offensive pass interference call against Devonta Smith. Having former Heisman Trophy winning receiver Devonta Smith setting a pick to get Jack Stoll open was definitely not on my bingo card.
Nick Gates, Washington and Brenden Jaimes, Los Angeles Chargers
Both reserve offensive lineman saw most of their action on field goal and PAT units. Gates did see three meaningless snaps at center.