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ProCanes NFL Recap: Week 10

Highlighting you ProCane performances in Week 10 of the regular season.

Dallas Cowboys v Pittsburgh Steelers Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images

It was a relatively quiet week as far as ProCane performances, but let’s take a look at who stood out in Week 10.

Anthony Chickillo

Is this back-to-back weeks Chick has been mentioned in this installment? I think so. The second-year Steeler is finding his role in Pittsburgh as an outside linebacker, a much different position than his run-stuffing defensive end position he mistakenly played at Miami. In their nationally televised game vs. Dallas, Chick made a huge impact early in the game.

It’s great to see Chick making plays and producing at the highest level, while also playing his natural rush position. He has come on strong as of late and will look to continue his excellent play to finish the season.

Lamar Miller

Miller couldn’t find the end zone this week, but did put up very good numbers against division rival Jacksonville this week. “Miller time” rushed for 83 yards on 15 carries in the Texans 24-21 victory. The fifth-year back had a long run of 45 yards and was tackled on the one-yard line, so sorry fantasy owners. Miller probably would’ve broken the century mark, but was sidelined due to a shoulder injury he sustained in the first half.

Jimmy Graham

Graham was relatively quiet in the Seahawks 31-24 road win against the Patriots with four catches for 48 yards, but due to the Seahawks playing on Monday night last week, his performance was not mentioned in this weekly installment. In a very controversial win over Buffalo, Graham went over 100 yards for the third time this season with a 103-yard performance on eight receptions, including two phenomenal one-handed touchdown grabs.

THAT’S the type of performance the All-Pro tight end is expected to have. Maybe not every week, but games like this should not be out of the norm. As Seattle still tries to find ways to get him the football, their offense will only become more explosive and dangerous as they build up momentum for the playoffs.

So, the ProCanes touchdown streak ends at eight weeks, but I’m willing to bet another one will be started very, very soon.

That’s all for this week, see you for Week 11!