Rodrigo Blankenship didn’t get off to the best start this week against the Green Bay Packers as he hit a 50-yard attempt

But Blankenship, like all good kickers do, refocused and moved on to the next kick And the next kick And the kick after that And then the final kick, which gave at the Colts a 34-31 victory over the Packers in overtime

Blankenship scored four field goals that day as well as his two extra points He is now second in the NFL in points scored with 90 He also scored 23 field goals in his rookie season

Former Georgian running back Nick Chubb played another 100-yard game for the Cleveland Browns as he ran for 114 yards against the Philadelphia Eagles He couldn’t find the end zone this time around , but he had another viral run, which included a wicked stiff arm to a poor Philadelphia defender

The Browns have won both games since Chubb returned to the roster and are now 7-3 on the season

Former Georgia wide receiver AJ Green caught four passes for 41 yards for the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday and scored his first touchdown since the 2018 season

Unfortunately for Green, the Bengals suffer quarterback Joe Burrow with a season-ending knee injury This will undoubtedly have an impact on Green’s production for the remainder of the season

Two former Georgia players made their NFL debuts this weekend, as former Georgian running back Elijah Holyfield teamed up for the Philadelphia Eagles, while JR Reed played for the Rams from Los Angeles Both played in special teams for their respective clubs Former Georgian attacking tackle Isaiah Wilson was active for the first time this year, but he didn’t see the pitch for the Ravens

It was a tough day in Detroit, as Matthew Stafford and the Lions were excluded for the first time since Stafford’s rookie season 2009 The Lions lacked wide receivers Kenny Golladay and Danny Amendola, as well as the rookie of Andre Swift

Swift, a former Bulldog, missed the game with a concussion and his status for the Detroit Thanksgiving game against the Houston Texans is uncertain

Thomas Davis is the only other Georgian player to play on Thursday, as he is a member of the Washington football team

As for this week’s Top Dawg, our weekly honor that goes to the former Bulldog with the best week in the NFL, we hit the spec and give it to Blankenship It was a huge week for the rookie kicker

Week 11: Rodrigo Blankenship, Indianapolis Colts KWeek 10: Leonard Floyd, Los Angeles Rams OLBWeek 9: Roquan Smith, Chicago Bears ILBWeek 8: Mecole Hardman, Kansas City Chiefs WRWeek 7: Leonard Floyd, Los Angeles Rams OLBWeek 6: Tae Crowder, New York Giants LBWeek 5: Andrew Thomas, New York Giants OTWeek 4: Mecole Hardman, Kansas City Chiefs WRWeek 3: Nick Chubb, Cleveland Browns RBWeek 2: Rodrigo Blankenship, Indianapolis Colts K Week 1: Leonard Floyd, Los Angeles Rams OLB

Rodrigo Blankenship

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