• Rookies George Pickens and Dameon Pierce headline the Team of the Week offense, while rookies Jack Sanborn and Martin Emerson do so for the defense.
• The Seattle Seahawks take home the Offensive Line of the Week honor after overall strong performances in both blocking facets.
• Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Kendric Pryor is the Offensive Player of the Week after catching four of his seven targets for 89 yards and a touchdown.
PFF TEAM OF THE WEEK
QB: Josh Johnson, Denver Broncos
RB: Dameon Pierce, Houston Texans
WR: Kendric Pryor, Cincinnati Bengals
WR: Tajae Sharpe, Chicago Bears
TE: Nakia Griffin-Stewart, Cleveland Browns
Flex: WR George Pickens, Pittsburgh Steelers
LT: Devery Hamilton, New York Giants
LG: Phil Haynes, Seattle Seahawks
C: Josh Myers, Green Bay Packers
RG: Will Hernandez, Arizona Cardinals
RT: Willie Beavers, Washington Commanders
DI: Matt Dickerson, Kansas City Chiefs
DI: Jonathan Ledbetter, Arizona Cardinals
Edge: Victor Dimukeje, Arizona Cardinals
Edge: Jabari Zuniga, New York Jets
LB: Austin Calitro, New York Giants
LB: Jack Sanborn, Chicago Bears
CB: Martin Emerson, Cleveland Browns
CB: Samuel Womack, San Francisco 49ers
S: Elijah Campbell, Miami Dolphins
S: Steven Parker, Washington Commanders
Flex: CB Terrance Mitchell, New England Patriots
*Snap minimums used for each position
Offensive Player of the Week: WR Kendric Pryor, Cincinnati Bengals (92.5 PFF Grade)
Playing 17 receiving snaps in the Bengals’ 36-23 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, the rookie caught four of his seven targets for 89 yards and a touchdown. He hauled in one of his two contested targets and averaged 22.3 yards per reception on the day.
Defensive Player of the Week: LB Jack Sanborn, Chicago Bears (94.6 PFF Grade)
Sanborn, who earned a 92.6 coverage grade on 22 coverage snaps against the Kansas City Chiefs, allowed just one reception on three targets for five yards. The rookie also recorded an interception and three tackles.
Rookie of the Week: CB Martin Emerson, Cleveland Browns (93.1 PFF Grade)
Playing with the first-team defense, Emerson put forth an impressive Week 1 performance. The rookie third-rounder was beaten deep on his first target but settled in to allow two catches on five targets overall. He came away with an impressive pick-six, too.
Offensive Line of the Week: Seattle Seahawks
Throughout their 35 pass-protection snaps against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Seattle Seahawks gave up just six pressures, including only one sack and a quarterback hit.