Your Alabama Pro Athlete of the Week is DeVonta Smith. Smith made one acrobatic catch after another in Philadelphia’s 24-8 win over Washington, and finished with career highs of 8 receptions and 169 receiving yards.
Runner-up this week is Jalen Hurts. Hurts threw for 340 yards and 3 touchdowns in Philadelphia’s Week 3 win over Washington. In the Week 2 Monday night game, Hurts threw for 333 yards and a touchdown, while also rushing for 57 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Others of note:
Amari Cooper had 101 receiving yards and a touchdown in Cleveland’s win.
Eddie Jackson had 8 tackles, an interception, and a forced fumble in Chicago’s win.
Tua Tagovailoa led Miami to another 4th quarter come-from-behind win and finished with a QBR of 123.8.
Jaylen Waddle had 102 receiving yards in Miami’s win.
Marlon Humphrey had 5 tackles and an interception in Baltimore’s win.
C.J. Mosley had 12 tackles and a fumble recovery for the New York Jets.
Derrick Henry had 143 yards from scrimmage (85 rushing, 58 receiving) and a touchdown for Tennessee.
Josh Jacobs had 97 yards from scrimmage (66 rushing, 31 receiving) for Las Vegas.
Rashaan Evans had 12 tackles, a tackle for loss, and 2 passes defended for Atlanta.
Justin Thomas finished 4-1-0 in Presidents Cup matches for the championship U.S. team.
Kristen Gillman and Jiwon Jeon both finished T-3rd at the El Dorado Shootout.
Cheyenne Knight finished T-12th at the NW Arkansas Championship.
Courtney McKim reached the Round of 16 at the US Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship.
Kenzie Wright Monday-qualified for her first LPGA Tour event.
Tom Lovelady, Jonathan Hardee, Steven Setterstrom, Wilson Furr, and Charlie Nikitas all advanced to Stage 2 of Korn Ferry Tour qualifying.
Alex Reese had 25 points in Amicale Steesel’s season-opening win.