Ezekiel Ansah, DE, Detroit Lions. Ziggy is back! In Monday night football he had six solo tackles including three sacks, as well as a forced fumble. Season Totals: Seven solo tackles, three sacks, one forced fumble.
Ziggy Ansah goes stab/club for 3rd sack vs Flowers. Stab to make OL shoot hands. Club OL’s punch
— DLineVids (@DLineVids) September 19, 2017
Daniel Sorensen, S, Kansas City Chiefs. Started and recorded six solo tackles against Philadelphia, playing all 72 snaps on defense and another 18 snaps (63%) on special teams. Season Totals: eight solo tackles. He put some real pressure on the QB:
Daniel Sorensen, the #MormonMissile with some nice pressure there. #BYU pic.twitter.com/0H3pGzztFP
— Nate Cunningham (@NW_Cunningham) September 17, 2017
Kyle Van Noy, LB, New England Patriots. Started and recorded three solo tackles and one assisted tackle against Saints, playing all 65 snaps on defense as well as 11 snaps on special teams (37%). Season Totals: Nine solo tackles, two assisted tackle.
Jamaal Williams, RB, Green Bay Packers. Rushed twice for six total yards and caught one pass for five yards against Atlanta, playing 11 offensive snaps (14%). Season Totals: Four rushes for 15 yards, one reception for five yards
Kai Nacua, DB, Cleveland Browns. Recorded no stats against Baltimore, playing 3 snaps on special teams (12%). Season Totals: No stats
Harvey Langi, ILB, New England Patriots. Langi didn’t suit up week one, but he did get in for six snaps of defense (9%) and 12 snaps on special teams (40%) this week against the Saints and recorded his first NFL tackle. Season Totals: One solo tackle
Bronson Kaufusi, DE, Baltimore Ravens. Was not active this week and has not played yet this season.
Taysom Hill, QB, New Orleans Saints. On the 53 man roster but has not seen any game action yet.