• Christian McCaffrey accounts for four TDs: McCaffrey also forced six missed tackles and picked up 54 yards after contact on 20 carries.
• Puka Nacua shines again: He earns Rookie of the Week honors after recording a career-high 163 receiving yards in a win over the Colts.
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QB: Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills
RB: Christian McCaffrey, San Francisco 49ers
WR: Nico Collins, Houston Texans
WR: Brandon Aiyuk, San Francisco 49ers
TE: Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens
Flex: WR A.J. Brown, Philadelphia Eagles
LT: Trent Williams, San Francisco 49ers
LG: Tyler Smith, Dallas Cowboys
C: Jason Kelce, Philadelphia Eagles
RG: Chris Lindstrom, Atlanta Falcons
RT: Braden Smith, Indianapolis Colts
EDGE: Maxx Crosby, Las Vegas Raiders
EDGE: Khalil Mack, Los Angeles Chargers
DI: DaQuan Jones, Buffalo Bills
DI: Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams
LB: Nicholas Morrow, Philadelphia Eagles
LB: Bobby Wagner, Seattle Seahawks
CB: DaRon Bland, Dallas Cowboys
CB: Darious Williams, Jacksonville Jaguars
S: Antoine Winfield Jr., Tampa Bay Buccaneers
S: Tre'von Moehrig, Las Vegas Raiders
Flex: CB Devon Witherspoon, Seattle Seahawks
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: RB CHRISTIAN MCCAFFREY, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
McCaffrey forced six missed tackles and picked up 54 yards after contact on 20 carries. He averaged 3.74 yards per route run en route to 71 yards from 19 snaps as a receiver and found the end zone four times.
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: EDGE KHALIL MACK, LOS ANGELES CHARGERS
Mack registered a sack around once every six pass-rushing snaps, finishing the game with six sacks and three hurries on 38 pass-rushing opportunities. It was an incredible bounce-back game for the veteran.
ROOKIE OF THE WEEK: WR PUKA NACUA, LOS ANGELES RAMS
The Rams’ fifth-round draft pick continued his incredible start to the season with a career-high 163 yards as a receiver in the win over the Colts. On the field for 42 receiving snaps, he averaged 3.88 yards per route run.
OFFENSIVE LINE OF THE WEEK: SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
The 49ers' starting offensive line allowed just three hurries over the course of the game in their win over the Arizona Cardinals. All five starters earned PFF run-blocking grades above 60.0, too. Trent Williams was the standout with his 90.7 PFF run-blocking grade.