NFL Gamecock Roundup: Gilmore Seals the Deal for the Bills

Buffalo Bills 14, Tennessee Titans 13
For the second week in a row, Stephon Gilmore had an interception, and this time, it iced the game for his Bills with 1:32 left to go. It was an ugly game for both teams, but Gilmore made it that much uglier for Marcus Mariota, racking up four pass deflections, and ending any talk that Ronald Darby might be outperforming the former Gamecock. Titans kicker Ryan Succop did get plenty of work, kicking two field goals and an extra point.

Chicago Bears 18, Kansas City Chiefs 17

Cleveland Browns 33, Baltimore Ravens 30

Jacksonville Jaguars 31, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38
D.J. Swearinger was blanked in Sunday's performance against the Jaguars, making it the second game in a row without any appearance from him. The Bucs did just give up over 300 yards passing to Blake Bortles, so maybe they'll start asking D.J. for help sooner than later.

New Orleans Saints 17, Philadelphia Eagles 39

Seattle Seahawks 24, Cincinnati Bengals 27

St. Louis Rams 10, Green Bay Packers 24
After leading the Rams in receiving early in the season, Jared Cook now seems to be the number one target for defenses. Cook caught just one pass for 8 yards, despite being targeted six times in the contest. With the team's top receiver neutralized, it's no wonder Nick Foles threw four interceptions.

Washington Redskins 19, Atlanta Falcons 25
Pat DiMarco was shut out in this contest, relegated to blocking duties for the Falcons' fizzling offense. DiMarco has just two catches in five games, but hey, that's the life of a fullback. You take what you can get.

Arizona Cardinals 42, Detroit Lions 17
Devin Taylor made no noise against the Cardinals, likely a frequent scene to see with the return of Ziggy Ansah to the Lions' defensive line. Taylor had impressed though, so I imagine the team turning to him without hesitation in a time of need. He has certainly helped his free agency prospects as well.

Denver Broncos 16, Oakland Raiders 10
Darian Stewart made his presence felt both in the defensive and offensive backfields, recording five total tackles, including one tackle for loss. Stewart has been a huge part of the success the Broncos defense has had this season, and at just age 27, there's still a lot for him to accomplish.

New England Patriots 30, Dallas Cowboys 6

San Francisco 49ers 27, New York Giants 30
While Mike Davis was inactive for the game, Bruce Ellington really impressed, with two catches for 39 yards, including a 30-yarder that Ellington practically made happen on his own. It was nice to see Bruce getting to showcase his speed on offense instead of just special teams. Of course, he did get some special teams work, returning a kick for 22 yards. Jasper Brinkley finally got to make an impression for the Giants, recording two solo tackles on the night.

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Player Team Pos. #
Antonio Allen+ New York Jets S 48
Rory Anderson+ San Francisco 49ers TE 48
Jasper Brinkley New York Giants LB 54
Damiere Byrd* Carolina Panthers WR 70
A.J. Cann Jacksonville Jaguars G 60
Jadeveon Clowney Houston Texans OLB 90
Jared Cook St. Louis Rams TE 89
Chris Culliver Washington Redskins S 29
Justice Cunningham* St. Louis Rams TE/FB 4
Mike Davis San Francisco 49ers RB 20
Patrick DiMarco Atlanta Falcons FB 42
Bruce Ellington San Francisco 49ers WR 10
Clifton Geathers+ Pittsburgh Steelers DE 98
Stephon Gilmore Buffalo Bills CB 24
Melvin Ingram San Diego Chargers OLB 54
Alshon Jeffery Chicago Bears WR 17
T.J. Johnson Cincinnati Bengals C 60
Johnathan Joseph Houston Texans CB 24
Jamon Meredith Tennessee Titans OT 79
Captain Munnerlyn Minnesota Vikings CB 24
Ronald Patrick Cleveland Browns OL 70
Corey Robinson Detroit Lions OT 70
Connor Shaw+ Cleveland Browns QB 9
Darian Stewart Denver Broncos S 26
Ryan Succop Tennessee Titans K 4
D.J. Swearinger Tampa Bay Buccaneers S 36
Devin Taylor Detroit Lions DE 98
Dylan Thompson* San Francisco 49ers QB 13