After a very lackluster Week 3, we had several players step up and make plays in Week 4. Eric Murray had possibly the best interception of the year, and Maxx Williams helped the Ravens keep winning. Lets see how the rest did.
Maxx Williams— Tight End—Baltimore Ravens
Week 4 at Pittsburgh Steelers (Sunday night) Denver Broncos
Williams was targeted five times by Joe Flacco and he caught all five passes for 51 yards. That included a 22 yard pass in the fourth quarter where the Ravens employed some trickery resulting in Maxx being an eligible receiver while lining up directly to the left of the center.
Here’s the Maxx Williams play that was talked about. Creative call to line him at guard - while still being eligible as a receiver pic.twitter.com/L77C9RkXAQ— Joe Schiller (@JoeSchiller123) October 1, 2018
Williams played 41 snaps Sunday night and was the Ravens highest ranked player by Pro Football Focus with a rating of 84.0
Week 5 at Cleveland Browns
Briean Boddy-Calhoun—Cornerback—Cleveland Browns
Week 4 at Oakland Raiders
Boddy-Calhoun recorded one solo tackle and two assisted tackles in the Browns heartbreaking loss to the Raiders. Calhoun played in 33 snaps a week after he did not play a single defensive snap. He should see more time with the Browns losing starting cornerback Terrance Mitchell to a broken wrist.
Week 5 vs Baltimore Ravens
Tramaine Brock—Defensive Back—Denver Broncos
Week 4 vs Kansas City Chiefs (Monday Night)
Brock did not play a defensive snap in the Broncos loss to KC on Monday night.
Week 5 @ New York Jets
Eric Murray—Cornerback—Kansas City Chiefs
Week 4 at Denver Broncos (Monday Night)
Murray started at safety for the Chiefs once again and may have cemented his spot even if Eric Berry does come back. Murray played all 60 defensive snaps, recorded five solo tackles, one assisted tackle, and may have made the interception of the season taking the ball away from the Broncos receiver while falling out of bounds in KC’s win to move to 4-0 on the season.
Eric Murray with one of the plays of the season.— Sam Monson (@PFF_Sam) October 2, 2018
Gets his hand in there and just takes it away pic.twitter.com/8Ox3mtRgZ4
Week 5 vs Jacksonville Jaguars
Damien Wilson—Linebacker—Dallas Cowboys
Week 4 vs Detroit Lions
Wilson played just 9 defensive snaps for the Cowboys win over Detroit. He did make the most of them as he recorded two solo tackles and two assisted tackles.
Week 5 at Houston Texans (Sunday Night)
Marcus Sherels—Cornerback/Returner—Minnesota Vikings
Week 4 at Los Angeles Rams (Thursday Night)
Sherels was inactive for the Vikings loss in LA on Thursday night. Hopefully 2 weeks off and he will be ready to go against the Eagles
Week 5 at Philladelphia Eagles
De’Vondre Campbell—Linebacker—Atlanta Falcons
Week 4 vs Cincinnati Bengals
Campbell played in 64 defensive snaps for the Falcons in their heartbreaking last second loss to the Bengals. He had five solo tackles in the loss.
Week 5 at Pittsburgh Steelers
Marqueis Gray-Miami Dolphins
Jalen Myrick—Minnesota Vikings
Steven Richardson—San Diego Chargers
Nate Wozniak—New Orleans Saints