Your Alabama Pro Athlete of the Week is Derrick Henry. With his team trailing 24-12 late in the 3rd quarter, Henry scored two touchdowns in the final four minutes of the quarter to propel Tennessee to a 31-30 win over Minnesota. Henry would finish with 119 rushing yards on the day. Counting playoff games, Tennessee is now 15-0 when Henry rushes for more than 100 yards.
Others of note:
Robby Prater finished birdie-birdie to win the Alabama State Mid-Amateur Championship in Montgomery. Prater trailed by a stroke going to 18.
Haylie McCleney hit two more home runs and was 4-for-10 in three Athletes Unlimited games. The league’s inaugural season ends today.
Jeremy Hannah scored two goals in his first official professional game for HC Lidköping in Sweden.
Josh Jacobs had 188 yards from scrimmage in two games (Week 2 Monday night and Week 3 yesterday), despite battling a hip injury.
Jonathan Allen had 9 tackles and a sack for Washington.
Rashaan Evans had 7 tackles, and returned a fumble 25 yards to set up a score.
Dalvin Tomlinson had 5 tackles and 2 tackles for loss for New York.
Calvin Ridley had his third consecutive 100-yard receiving day, with 110 yards for Atlanta.
Amari Cooper had 86 receiving yards for Dallas.