• Welcome to the NFL, De'Von Achane: The rookie running back, along with the entire Dolphins offense, shredded the Denver Broncos in Week 3.
• Myles Garrett remains a force: The 2017 first overall draft pick registered four sacks, a hit and four hurries from 26 pass-rushing snaps.
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QB: Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs
RB: De’Von Achane, Miami Dolphins
WR: Davante Adams, Las Vegas Raiders
WR: Tyreek Hill, Miami Dolphins
TE: Sam LaPorta, Detroit Lions
Flex: WR Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers
LT: Trent Brown, New England Patriots
LG: Tyler Smith, Dallas Cowboys
C: David Andrews, New England Patriots
RG: Ed Ingram, Minnesota Vikings
RT: Lane Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles
EDGE: Myles Garrett, Cleveland Browns
EDGE: Nick Bosa, San Francisco 49ers
DI: Javon Hargrave, San Francisco 49ers
DI: Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams
LB: Terrel Bernard, Buffalo Bills
LB: Blake Cashman, Houston Texans
CB: Kendall Fuller, Washington Commanders
CB: Sean Murphy-Bunting, Tennessee Titans
S: Jevon Holland, Miami Dolphins
S: Micah Hyde, Buffalo Bills
Flex: CB Trent McDuffie, Kansas City Chiefs
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: RB DE'VON ACHANE, MIAMI DOLPHINS
Achane was the brightest star on the field in a game where the Dolphins' offense hung 70 on the Denver Broncos‘ defense. He rushed for 203 yards and added another 30 as a receiver. The rookie found the end zone four times in total as part of a Dolphins running back duo that combined for eight touchdowns.
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: EDGE MYLES GARRETT, CLEVELAND BROWNS
Garrett was utterly dominant again for the Browns this week, wrecking the Tennessee Titans‘ offense as a pass rusher. The 2017 first overall draft pick registered four sacks, a hit and four hurries from 26 pass-rushing snaps. He finished with a 34.6% pass-rush win rate.
ROOKIE OF THE WEEK: RB DE'VON ACHANE, MIAMI DOLPHINS
Along with the raw numbers, Achane was impressive at making defenders miss. He forced six missed tackles on 18 carries and added another three on his four receptions.
OFFENSIVE LINE OF THE WEEK: MIAMI DOLPHINS
The Dolphins' starting offensive line, and the team as a whole, allowed just a single pressure against Denver. The running game was boosted by an average of 5.14 yards after contact per carry, but three of the offensive line's five starters still finished the game with PFF run-blocking grades of 60.0 or better.