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Prokies in the NFL: Week 15

By Brett Smith | December 23
Prokies in the NFL: Week 15

The NFL regular season is coming to a close meaning that some of Prokies will be advancing to the playoffs, but some others will be going home early. Pro Bowl teams were also announced this week!

Offense

Duane Brown

Brown and the Seahawks helped solidify their playoff spot with their win over Washington on Sunday. Brown is the sixth ranked tackle per PFF grades.

Dalton Keene

Rambo made his way back into the Patriots offense this week with one reception for two yards.

Wyatt Teller

With the Steelers loss on Monday, the Browns are now only one game out of first place. Teller has been key to that all season as he has been ranked the number one guard per PFF grades almost all season long. As of week 15, that hasn't changed.

Teller didn't receive a Pro Bowl bid, which many don't understand.

Logan Thomas

Thomas has been quite the story for Washington this season. This week he had 13 receptions for 103 yards in their loss to the Seahawks. He has become the favorite for targets over the last five games averaging almost seven. If Thomas has another year like he's having, he will have a serious chance at a Pro Bowl bid next season.

Defense

Chuck Clark

Clark recorded three tackles against the Jaguars on Sunday. He is at 88 tackles on the season, averaging about six a game.

Terrell Edmunds

Terrell recorded three tackles this week against the Bengals, putting him at 64 total tackles on the year.

Tremaine Edmunds

Tremaine recorded eight tackles this week in their blowout win against the Broncos. Tremaine was selected to his second straight Pro Bowl!

Kyle Fuller

Kyle recorded four tackles this week in a crucial win against the Vikings to keep the Bear's wild card hopes alive. He has 54 total tackles on the season.

Kendall Fuller

Kendall recorded five tackles and a pass deflection in their loss against the Seahawks.

The Joey Slye Section

Joey was 3-3 this week in the Panthers loss to the Packers. He is now 29-36 on the year (with four of those misses being from 60+).

Bonus Section: Coaching Special

Coach Bruce Arians and the Buccaneers were able to grind out a win against the Falcons after a 21 point third quarter to keep their playoff hopes alive. Yes, the Falcons were up 24-7....

Brett Smith

Welcome to the Terror Dome my fellow Hokies. I am a 2019 graduate of Virginia Tech with a degree in Agribusiness along with minors in Communication Studies and Entrepreneurship. I come from a Hokie family. My mom, dad, sister, grandfather, uncle, great uncle, two cousins….you get the point, I bleed maroon and orange. I can’t even remember the last time I missed a Virginia Tech football game in person or on TV, laptop, iPhone, or even radio (the 2003 Texas A&M game). I am located in the beautiful small town of Seaford, Virginia working for a coffee company in research and development. In my free time you will see me playing golf, fishing, or playing electric guitar. Yes, I know how to play Enter Sandman. So to my Sons and Daughters of Hokie Nation, START JUMPING!

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