Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills: The fourth-year quarterback completed 30 of 51 passes for 270 yards and a touchdown during Buffalo’s 23-16 loss to visiting Pittsburgh. He also carried the ball nine times for 44 yards. Allen was sacked three times for losses of 16 yards.
Allen played all 85 offensive snaps for the Bills.
Marcus Epps, Philadelphia Eagles: The free safety started and had two tackles (one solo) during the Eagles’ 32-6 win at Atlanta. He left during the game during first half with a concussion.
Epps played eight snaps on defense and one on special teams.
Tanner Gentry, Buffalo Bills: The wide receiver is on the Bills practice squad.
Tashaun Gipson, Chicago Bears: The free safety started and posted three solo tackles during the Bears 34-14 loss at the Los Angeles Rams. He played all 52 snaps for Chicago.
Carl Granderson, New Orleans Saints: The defensive end played but didn’t record any statistics during the Saints’ 38-3 win over visiting Green Bay.
Granderson played 53% (30) of the Saints defensive snaps and 27% (6) on special teams.
Tyler Hall, Los Angeles Rams: The second-year cornerback played in the Rams’ 34-14 victory over Chicago, but did not record any statistics. Hall played 11 special teams snaps (55%).
Jacob Hollister, Jacksonville Jaguars: The tight end was inactive for the Jaguars’ 37-21 loss at Houston.
Mike Purcell, Denver Broncos: The nose tackle started but didn’t record any statistics during the Broncos’ 27-13 victory at the New York Giants.
Purcell played 39% (24) of Denver's defensive snaps and 32% (6) of its special teams snaps.
Chase Roullier, Washington Football Team: The center started during Washington’s 20-16 loss to the visiting Los Angeles Chargers.
Roullier played all 55 of Washington's offensive snaps.
Logan Wilson, Cincinnati Bengals: The second-year linebacker started and finished with seven tackles (four solo) during the Bengals’ 27-24 win over visiting Minnesota.
Wilson played 72 snaps on defense (87%) and 11 on special teams (32%).
Andrew Wingard, Jacksonville Jaguars: The third-year strong safety started and posted six tackles (four solo and one special teams) during Jacksonville’s 37-21 loss at Houston.
Wingard played 55 snaps on defense (71%) and 19 on special teams (54%).