Wildcats in the NFL (Week 10): Lockett grabs another TD, Vaughn returns

Offensive lineman Dalton Risner blocks a TCU defender. K-State lost against TCU 14-13 Nov. 3, 2018. (Archive photo by Meg Shearer | Collegian Media Group)

Tyler Lockett, WR, Seattle Seahawks

Lockett hauled in eight passes for 92 yards, including a five-yard touchdown catch, as Seattle defeated the Commanders 29-26. In his ninth year as a pro, Lockett aims to reach 1,000 yards for the fifth-straight season with a pace of 933 yards after nine games.

Deuce Vaughn, RB, Dallas Cowboys 

Vaughn returned to the field offensively in Week 10 after missing snaps in four straight games. The sixth-round rookie rushed once for a loss of two yards, but collected net positive yardage after a reception for 11 yards. The Cowboys trounced the Giants for the second time this season, 49-17. 

Byron Pringle, WR, Washington Commanders

Pringle hauled in one catch for seven yards in the Commanders’ 29-26 loss to Seattle. A fifth-year pro, Pringle came off of a season-best performance in Week 9 with three receptions for 55 yards. 

Dalton Risner, OL, Minnesota Vikings

Risner recorded his fourth-straight start as the Vikings defeated New Orleans 27-19. A mid-season acquisition, Risner played on all 73 offensive snaps as the Vikings moved to 6-4. Minnesota is 5-0 in games that Rinser played offensively. 

Timmy Horne, DL, Atlanta Falcons 

Horne was activated off of the Falcons practice squad ahead of the team’s 28-23 loss to Arizona. A second-year pro, Horne recorded one tackle among his season-high 23 snaps, making up 35% of defensive snaps. 

D.J. Reed, CB, New York Jets

A 2018 fifth-round pick, Reed played on every defensive snap and recorded three tackles as the Jets fell 16-12 in a Sunday night loss to the Raiders.

Julius “JuJu” Brents, CB, Indianapolis Colts

Brents was inactive with a quad injury ahead of the Colts’ 10-6 victory over New England. He has missed three straight games from the setback. The rookie shined when active, forcing two turnovers in four starts.

Cody Whitehair, OL, Chicago Bears 

Whitehair, in his 117th career start, blocked on all 72 offensive snaps for the Bears, who defeated the Panthers 16-13. Whitehair will be moved to the bench in Week 11 as Chicago adjusts their struggling offensive line, introducing three new starters. 


Duke Shelley, DB, Los Angeles Rams

Russ Yeast, S, Los Angeles Rams

Felix Anudike-Uzomah, DE, Kansas City Chiefs

Skylar Thompson, QB, Miami Dolphins (3rd-String QB)

Ekow Boye-Doe, CB, Kansas City Chiefs (Practice Squad)

Special Teams Contributors

Josh Hayes, DB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Cornelius Lucas, OL, Washington Commanders

Practice Squad / Injured Reserve / Depth Chart Players

Malik Knowles, WR, Minnesota Vikings (Injured Reserve)