We’re almost halfway through the 2019 NFL season, and the ProCanes continue to move right along as the games start to become more important. Let’s go ahead and take a look at how ProCanes did in Week 7 of the NFL season.
Graham had managed to only find the end zone in two of the first six games of the 2019 season, but the ProCane broke through on Sunday afternoon against the Raiders. Graham caught four passes for 65 yards and this touchdown, with an average of 16.3 yards per catch. Graham has now recorded 214 yards and three touchdowns on the season, and he’ll look to continue being a threat in the passing game for Aaron Rodgers and the 6-1 Packers.
Dorsett continues to shine in New England, as he contributed to the Patriots 33-0 pummeling of the Jets on Monday Night Football. Dorsett helped to bury the hapless Jets in the first quarter, as he caught a 26 yard touchdown pass from Tom Brady to give New England a 17-0 lead. Dorsett finished the game with three catches for 46 yards and a touchdown. On the year, he has 243 yards and four touchdowns, and he leads the Pats in receiving touchdowns.
Although the Chargers suffered a heartbreaking loss to Tennessee, Perryman was certainly a bright spot on Sunday. Perryman led the Chargers in tackles, finishing with eight total tackles, as well as a tackle for loss. Perryman now has 26 combined tackles and three TFL’s on the season, and he’ll look to help ignite a struggling Chargers team, who enters this Sunday with a 2-5 record.
ProCanes in Miami
While the Miami Dolphins are a pitiful 0-6 on the season, they’ve provided a good opportunity for those who played in the same stadium in college to shine. RB Mark Walton continues to win over Miami coaches, as he led the Fins in carries (14) and yards (66) in Miami’s 31-21 loss to Buffalo on Sunday. WR Allen Hurns was the team’s third leading receiver on Sunday, hauling in three passes for 53 yards.
A Future in The Booth
While this isn’t performance related, a ProCane did something very interesting on Sunday afternoon. In the midst of the Panthers bye week, TE Greg Olsen called the Cardinals-Giants game from the booth as the color commentator for FOX. A quick search on Twitter will show you he earned pretty positive reviews for his commentating. It’s safe to say Olsen’s got a seat reserved at one of the big networks when he decides to retire.
Had to look up who this new, excellent CBS announcer was on Giants-Cardinals. Greg Olsen getting it done during a bye week.— Gregg Rosenthal (@greggrosenthal) October 20, 2019