• QB Tua Tagovailoa, Miami Dolphins: No quarterback came close to touching Tagovailoa's 92.8 passing grade in Week 1.
•S Jessie Bates III, Atlanta Falcons: Bates picked off two passes and finished the game with a 92.9 PFF coverage grade.
• DI Jalen Carter, Philadelphia Eagles: Carter produced a 90.5 PFF pass-rush grade, racking up eight pressures on 34 pass-rushing snaps.
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QB: Tua Tagovailoa, Miami Dolphins
RB: Christian McCaffrey, San Francisco 49ers
WR: Tyreek Hill, Miami Dolphins
WR: Brandon Aiyuk, San Francisco 49ers
TE: Kyle Pitts, Atlanta Falcons
Flex: WR Tutu Atwell, Los Angeles Rams
LT: Rashawn Slater, Los Angeles Chargers
LG: John Simpson, Baltimore Ravens
C: Tyler Linderbaum, Baltimore Ravens
RG: Zack Martin, Dallas Cowboys
RT: Brian O’Neill, Minnesota Vikings
EDGE: T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh Steelers
EDGE: Myles Garrett, Cleveland Browns
DI: DeForest Buckner, Indianapolis Colts
DI: Jalen Carter, Philadelphia Eagles
LB: Zaire Franklin, Indianapolis Colts
LB: Quay Walker, Green Bay Packers
CB: Stephon Gilmore, Dallas Cowboys
CB: Tyson Campbell, Jacksonville Jaguars
S: Jessie Bates III, Atlanta Falcons
S: Grant Delpit, Cleveland Browns
Flex: CB Tavierre Thomas, Houston Texans
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: WR TYREEK HILL, MIAMI DOLPHINS
Hill said before the season that he wanted to top 2,000 receiving yards this season, and he’s already well on his way after a huge game against the Chargers in Week 1. On the field for 35 receiving snaps, Hill racked up 215 yards, averaging a whopping 6.14 yards per route run.
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: JESSIE BATES III, ATLANTA FALCONS
Bates signed with the Falcons as a free agent this offseason after spending the first five years of his career with the Cincinnati Bengals. He enjoyed about as good a debut as you can imagine, picking off two passes and finishing the game with a 92.9 PFF coverage grade.
ROOKIE OF THE WEEK: DI JALEN CARTER, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
Speaking of impressive debuts, Jalen Carter was everything everyone expected him to be for the Eagles in his first regular-season action. Borderline unblockable in one-on-one battles, Carter produced a 90.5 PFF pass-rush grade, racking up eight pressures on 34 pass-rushing snaps.
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OFFENSIVE LINE OF THE WEEK: DALLAS COWBOYS
The Cowboys were the only team to rank in the top six in PFF pass-blocking and run-blocking grades this week, with their offensive line allowing four pressures from 25 dropbacks and helping Tony Pollard to average 5.0 yards per carry.