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Tigers in the NFL: Week 5

Tigers in the NFL: Week 5

Houston Texans receiver DeAndre Hopkins nabbed an astounding 11 receptions for 169 yards. The game is Hopkins’ third 100-yard receiving game of the season, and has been a constant on a Texans’ team looking for answers at quarterback.

Through Week 5, Hopkins has been the biggest offensive threat for Houston. 

DeAndre Hopkins doing DeAndre Hopkins’ things. https://t.co/LduzRsb7WS

— Woot and Wye NFL (@WootandWye) October 10, 2015

Washington Redskins cornerback Bashaud Breeland recorded six tackles and a game-changing interception that helped set up a field goal. The interception was the third of Breeland’s career. Despite a valiant effort by Breeland, Washington fell to the Falcons in overtime, 25-19.

The turnover machine is in the #Redskins favor as Bashaud Breeland what a huge interception #Redskins

— Dujunnea Bland (@NotBland21) October 11, 2015 

New Orleans Saints rookie linebacker Stephone Anthony led the team in tackles with nine. Anthony has had a solid rookie debut, leading the team in total tackles with 43. Despite Anthony’s performance, the Saints fell to the Philadelphia Eagles, 39-17.

#Saints first round pick @StephoneAnthony leads the team in total tackles (43) pic.twitter.com/Kio6iZSAlH

— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) October 12, 2015

In limited time, Arizona Cardinals running back Andre Ellington had a 58-yard touchdown run in his return from a knee injury against the Detroit Lions. Ellington finished with three carries for 63 rushing yards, as the Cardinals routed the Lions 42-17.

HE’S BAAACCCCKKK!! @AEllington38 pic.twitter.com/jL5pPbzpZk

— GueraFrijolera (@ktorrez7) October 12, 2015

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