The second of those two aforementioned plays resulted in rookie Isaiah Simmons’ interception that gave Arizona the ball back for a game-winning field goal. Not only was it the first-round pick’s fifth defensive snap of the game — it called for two defensive backs to rush and for three inside linebackers and one outside backer to drop into coverage after feigning a pass-rush.
Even as the points and yards have piled up, the Seahawks’ defense has usually made a game-saving play when it’s most needed, which partly explains their 5-1 record. It was Bobby Wagner’s fourth-and-goal tackle that saved a Week 2 win over the Patriots. A week later, the defensive front managed to pressured Dak Prescott twice to help hold off the Cowboys.
Marquez Callaway - WR (NO) The Saints seem to have found another late draft day gem of a wide receiver wearing the number 12 in the form of Tennessee product Marquez Callaway. The UDFA led the Saints in targets and receiving yards on Sunday, and helped the Saints offense to deal with the absences of Michael Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders.