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Prokies in the NFL: Week 10

By Brett Smith | November 17
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After a two week hiatus, Prokies is back! As we are in the thick of the NFL season there are a few players making their Pro-Bowl and All-Pro cases.

Chuck Clark

The Ravens suffered a shocking loss last Thursday night to the Dolphins. Clark recorded three tackles and a pass deflection.

Divine Deablo

Deablo recorded a tackle in this weeks rout against the Chiefs. He isn't making the stat sheet too often, but he is starting to see the field more and more.

Terrell Edmunds

Terrell may have been apart of the worst football game of the season....a 16-16 tie with the Lions on Sunday afternoon. However, Rell had one of his better performances of the season. He recorded five tackles, a sack, and a pass deflection.

Brandon Facyson

Talk about a player that has stormed on the scene, Facyson was only picked up five weeks ago by the Raiders and has found himself a starting role. He recorded six tackles this week and did fairly well against the elusive Tyreek Hill.

Isaiah Ford

Ford had his best week of the year, recording four catches for 84 yards in the Dolphins win against the Ravens.

Kyle Fuller

The Broncos suffered another loss this week to the Eagles, but Kyle still had a solid game. He recorded five total tackles and a stuff.

Kendall Fuller

Kendall and the Football Team won a HUGE game against the Bucs at home Sunday. He recorded six total tackles and had one pass deflection.

Brian Johnson

Johnson had a tough week after a greats start his career. He was 1-1 on FGs, but missed two PATs as the Saints lost 23-21 to the Titans.

Joey Slye

Since the last time Prokies was posted....Joey Slye was picked up to ANOTHER team. This time, the Washington Football Team called after they let go Chris Blewitt. Joey showed out in his first game, going 3-3 on FGs and 2-2 on PATs.

Wyatt Teller

The Browns had their worst loss of the season, getting completely blown out at Gillette Stadium against the Patriots. Teller still staying strong though (especially after that extension), ranking third in PFF among all guards.

Coach's Corner: Bruce Arians

Coach Arians was on the other side of the shocking Washington win this Sunday. However, I wouldn't be too worried as the Bucs are still one of the favorites in the NFC.

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