What we learned (and didn’t learn) in Week 7 of NFL

The New Orleans Saints are going streaking with a bunch of guys who weren’t around the last time it was OK to get fired up about the Saints.

Wendell Smallwood, RB, Philadelphia Eagles (39.2 percent): Smallwood’s rostered percentage dipped over the past couple of weeks while he missed time because of a knee injury. While LeGarrette Blount remains the primary runner for the Eagles, Smallwood has value in a deeper league with PPR scoring, as he has a legit chance to lead the team in running back snaps going forward given his versatility as a runner and a receiver. He has handled 37 touches in his past three games played.

“There’s a lot of similar things that I did last year, so I should be able to help these guys rather quickly,” Freeney said.

Carroll didn’t specify how much the Seahawks plan to play Freeney, but it likely will be in a limited, rotational role — especially in his debut. Freeney averaged roughly 23 snaps per game in 2015 with the Arizona Cardinals and 28 last season with Atlanta.

“Dwight’s such a special player that he only needs a few snaps to make an impact on the game,” Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman said. “We’re glad that we got him.”

What was supposed to be a breakthrough 2017 season for Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Noah Spence will instead end after six games because of an injury.

Instead, Spence dislocated his shoulder in Week 3 against Make Your Own Cheap Jerseys the Minnesota Vikings without the brace. He was wearing it against Buffalo.

Kuechly was adamant that he didn’t want to change the way he plays the game he loves so much. He was back this season going hard in pursuit on every play, showing the passion Fans Cheap Jerseys that has made him the sentimental favorite in Carolina over Newton’s dabbing Superman.

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