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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Dr. Z Unsung Guys of the Week





From Peter King's "Monday Morning Quarterback"

October 11, 2016

Each week, in conjunction with Pro Football Focus, I’ll point out three players who played well but were under the radar. Paul Zimmerman would have loved this section. This week’s trio:

1. Steelers OT Chris Hubbard. Hubbard turned in a stellar performance in his first career start. On 52 pass-blocking snaps, Hubbard didn’t allow a single sack, hit or hurry of Ben Roethlisberger and earned Week 5’s best pass-protection grade.

2. Bills TE Charles Clay. Clay caught all five passes thrown his way, for 73 yards, and was even more impressive as a run-blocker against the Rams, posting the week’s best run-blocking grade (86.5) of any tight end.

3. Titans DL Karl Klug. Klug was a key part in the Titans defense hindering the Dolphins running game. He had the highest run-defense grade of any interior defensive linemen this weekend. He also added two quarterback hits and four hurries, on only 13 pass-rush snaps.

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