The Seahawks had a pick-six against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers called back Sunday at Lambeau Field for a pair of penalties during the return.
Game Youth Billy Turner Jersey An illegal block in the back by Cliff Avril nullified the touchdown and, while Jeremy Lane’s unsportsmanlike penalty was declined, he was ejected from the game for throwing a punch at Packers WR Davante Adams.
It appeared Adams took Lane down by the facemask and the defensive back Lane was busted for his response, although replay never showed Lane actually hitting back.
Corey Davis was expected to be limited in his NFL debut, but the fifth-overall pick paced Tennessee with 10 targets. He was on the field for 35 of the team’s 43 pass plays, which was just behind Rishard Matthews (41) and Eric Decker (39). Davis turned the heavy usage into six catches for 69 yards and looked the part on tape. His role is only going to increase as the weeks progress and a Tennessee offense that ranked ninth in the league in touchdowns last year will score more than once most weeks. Davis is quite possibly the league’s next star wide receiver, so try to buy him while he’s still being valued below market.
Game Youth Jimmie Ward Jersey Are you stashing Josh Doctson on your bench? If so, you could not have been pleased with his Week 1 output. Doctson was on the field for 20 snaps, ran 17 routes and was not targeted. Doctson, of course, was the team’s first-round pick in 2016 but missed all but a handful of snaps during his rookie campaign due to an Achilles injury. Doctson’s role figures only to expand in the coming weeks, especially considering Washington’s offensive woes against Philadelphia. Doctson very well could emerge as the team’s top wideout this year and should thus remain on your bench.