• Josh Allen recorded six big-time throws against the Kansas City Chiefs, the best single-game mark by a quarterback this season.
• Myles Garrett tallied two sacks and six hurries across 30 pass-rush snaps in the Browns' Week 6 loss to the Patriots and now leads the edge position in pass-rush grade.
• Seahawks rookie Tariq Woolen registered an interception for a fourth consecutive week and secured a fumble recovery to continue the fifth-round selection's impressive season.
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PFF TEAM OF THE WEEK
QB: Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills
RB: Christian McCaffrey, Carolina Panthers
WR: Tyreek Hill, Miami Dolphins
WR: Stefon Diggs, Buffalo Bills
TE: Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens
FLEX: Brandon Aiyuk, San Francisco 49ers
LT: David Bakhtiari, Green Bay Packers
LG: Andrew Norwell, Washington Commanders
C: David Andrews, New England Patriots
RG: Michael Onwenu, New England Patriots
RT: Cornelius Lucas, Washington Commanders
DI: Chris Jones, Kansas City Chiefs
DI: Derrick Brown, Carolina Panthers
Edge: Myles Garrett, Cleveland Browns
Edge: Montez Sweat, Washington Commanders
LB: Cory Littleton, Carolina Panthers
LB: Alex Singleton, Denver Broncos
CB: Tyson Campbell, Jacksonville Jaguars
CB: Tariq Woolen, Seattle Seahawks
S: John Johnson III, Cleveland Browns
S: Terrell Edmunds, Pittsburgh Steelers
Flex: Patrick Peterson, Minnesota Vikings
Offensive Player of the Week: Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills
Allen completed 27 of his 40 pass attempts for 329 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions in the Buffalo Bills' 24-20 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. On passes thrown 10 or more yards downfield, he went 9-of-12 for 204 yards and all three scores for a near-perfect 156.3 passer rating.
Defensive Player of the Week: Myles Garrett, Cleveland Browns
Garrett tallied two sacks and six hurries across 30 pass-rush snaps in the Browns' Week 6 loss to the Patriots. The star pass-rusher now boasts a 93.6 pass-rush grade and a 24.7% win rate on the year, first and fourth at the position, respectively.
Rookie of the Week: Tariq Woolen, Seattle Seahawks
Tariq Woolen registered an interception for a fourth consecutive week and secured a fumble recovery to continue the fifth-round selection's impressive season. Targeted seven times on the day, he allowed four catches for 40 yards and just one first down, allowing a 33.9 passer rating into his coverage.
Offensive Line of the Week: Washington Commanders
The Commanders offensive line allowed one sack and three hurries against the Bears on Thursday Night Football, good for the second-best team pass-blocking grade of the week. They played well in the run game, too, putting up a 75.5 team run-blocking grade that ranked third.