Week seven of the NFL regular season rounded out on Monday night with another Pro Heels matchup as Washington visited the Philadelphia Eagles. Washington linebacker Zach Brown had ten tackles, three assists, and one a half sacks. Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins finished the game with 64 receiving yards, which all came on his first career NFL touchdown.
That's our Mack on the deep ball!
Here's what else happened around the league:
Bruce Carter and the New York Jets travelled down to Miami to take on the Dolphins. Carter had
one assist in the Jets’ close loss to the Dolphins.
The Chicago Bears played against the Carolina Panthers for an interesting football game that
involved three former Tar Heels. Bears’ quarterback Mitch Trubisky went 4-for- 7 for 107 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions. Bears’ kicker Connor Barth made a 19-yard field goal and both extra point attempts but had a 52-yard field goal blocked. On the other side of the field, Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers had two tackles, including one of Trubisky, which set up a field goal attempt by Barth.
The Arizona Cardinals at the Los Angeles Rams was another Pro Heels matchup. Cardinals
linebacker Kareem Martin and Rams’ linebacker Robert Quinn both had one tackle each as the
Rams earned the shutout.
Da’Norris Searcy had two tackles and one assist in the Titans’ close win in overtime.
Ryan Switzer took the field for the Dallas Cowboys in San Francisco. Switzer finished with two receiving yards and three rushing yards.
Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard had eight receiving yards and rushed for
minus-1 yard in the Bengals’ 29-14 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Chargers safety Tre Boston had one tackle and two assists in the Los Angeles’ shutout
of the Denver Broncos.
Mack Hollins photo courtesy Philadelphia Eagles.