NFL Week 6 Highlights: Notable grades from Sunday's games

2T1XWGR New York Giants linebacker Bobby Okereke (58) celebrates after a tackle during an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 15, 2023, in Orchard Park, NY. (AP Photo/Matt Durisko)

Tyreek Hill dominates: The Miami Dolphins' top speedster continued his hot start to the season.

Bobby Okereke puts on a show: Okereke was all over the field for the Giants' defense in the team's loss to the Bills.

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Every Monday, we’ll bring you five key storylines borne out by PFF's grades and data. Here’s what stood out in Week 6.

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QB Matthew Stafford, Los Angeles Rams

PFF Grade: 90.0

Stafford took control in the Rams' win over the Cardinals. Dropping back 28 times, he went 15-of-24 with one dropped pass. Four of his 15 completions were big-time throws, giving him a 16% big-time throw rate, and he didn’t have any turnover-worthy plays. Through six weeks, he has earned an 84.5 PFF grade, ranking sixth among quarterbacks.


WR Tyreek Hill, Miami Dolphins

PFF Grade: 93.2

Hill’s early-season dominance continued as the Dolphins swept aside the Carolina Panthers. Averaging 6.79 yards per route run, Hill racked up 163 receiving yards despite playing only 24 snaps as a receiver. He forced three missed tackles on his six receptions, and four of those catches went for 15 or more yards. Hill has racked up 814 yards through Week 6 and is on track for 2,306 yards over the full season.

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WR Drake London, Atlanta Falcons

PFF Grade: 86.9

London enjoyed his best game of 2023, both in terms of production and opportunities. He saw 13 targets in the game, four more than in any other outing this season, and picked up 125 yards on nine receptions. He played 44 receiving snaps, averaged 2.84 yards per route run and pulled in two receptions on contested targets.


LB Bobby Okereke, New York Giants

PFF Grade: 90.8

Okereke stood out in run defense and coverage this week, finishing the game with a pair of tackles for loss or no gain against the run. In coverage, he allowed just two receptions for 11 yards and forced two incompletions, one of which resulted in an interception. He also forced a fumble after the catch on a play on his way to an elite 93.2 coverage grade.


CB Devon Witherspoon, Seattle Seahawks

PFF Grade: 83.0

Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf hyped Witherspoon up heading into the game, and the rookie backed up his teammate’s talk with an impressive outing. On the field for 37 coverage snaps, he gave up just three receptions for 14 yards on five targets. Only one of those receptions went for a first down, and the fifth overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft also forced two incompletions.

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