Logan Thomas enjoys career day in Washington win

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Sunday, December 13
 
Washington at San Francisco – 4:25 p.m. ET
TE Logan Thomas, CB Kendall Fuller, DT Tim Settle, and the Washington Football Team (5-7) travel to San Francisco to face the 49ers (5-7). Washington is coming off a 23-17 margin of victory against the Steelers while the 49ers fell to the Bills 34-24.
 
Thomas had one of the best performances of his professional career as he caught nine catches for 98 yards and one touchdown to lead Washington to victory. Fuller tallied three tackles, while Settle had one stop on the day. Fuller also has four interceptions on the season tied for fourth in the NFL, while Settle ranks third on the squad with 5.0 sacks. CB Greg Stroman is on injured reserve for Washington.
 
*Sunday’s game will be played at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona due to COVID restrictions in the state of California.

Pittsburgh at Buffalo – 8:20 p.m. ET
Terrell Edmunds and the Pittsburgh Steelers (11-1) look to bounce back after their first loss of the season as they travel to Buffalo to face LB Tremaine Edmunds and the Bills (9-3) on Sunday Night Football.
 
Terrell recorded five tackles and one pass defense in the 23-17 loss to Washington. Terrell ranks second on the squad with 33 tackles (39 solo) and has also registered eight passes defensed and two interceptions. The Steelers would be the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs in the postseason started today. RB Trey Edmunds is on injured reserve for the Steelers. 
 
The Bills are coming off a win against the 49ers and would be the No. 3 seed in the AFC if the playoffs began today. Tremaine had seven tackles in the win and on the season, he has 91 tackles (59 solo), three passes defended and 1.0 sack. The Edmunds brothers squared off for the first time last season at Pittsburgh.
  
Other contests featuring NFL Hokies
 
Houston at Chicago – 1:00 p.m. ET
CB Kyle Fuller and the Chicago Bears (5-7) host the Houston Texans (4-8). The Texans are coming off a 26-20 loss to the Colts while the Bears come into the game on a six-game skid after falling 34-30 to the Lions. Fuller had six tackles in the contest. On the season he’s totaled 48 tackles eight passes defended and one interception.
 
Minnesota at Tampa Bay – 1:00 p.m. ET
Head Coach Bruce Arians and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-5) host the Minnesota Vikings (6-6). The Buccaneers head into the contest coming off their bye week as the Vikings are coming off a 27-24 victory against the Jaguars. Arians and the Buccaneers would be the No. 6 seed in the NFC if the playoffs began today.
 
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Denver at Carolina – 1:00 p.m. ET
K Joey Slye and Carolina Panthers (4-8) host the Denver Broncos (4-8). The Broncos are coming off a loss to the Chiefs by a margin of 22-16 as the Panthers are coming off their bye week. Slye, Tech’s all-time leading scorer, owns 24 made FGs, which is eight makes off the NFL lead of 32. He also ranks ninth in the league in scoring with 98 points.
 
N.Y. Jets at Seattle – 4:05 p.m. ET
T Duane Brown and the Seattle Seahawks (8-3) host the New York Jets (0-12). Brown played all 72 snaps in the Seahawks’ 17-12 loss to the Giants. The Seahawks would be the No. 5 seed in the NFC if the playoffs began today. The Jets enter the matchup as the only winless team in the NFL after a last-second touchdown by the Raiders resulted in them losing by a 31-28 margin.  
                               
Green Bay Detroit – 4:25 p.m. ET
T Yosh Nijman and the Green Bay Packers (7-3) face NFC North Rival Detroit Lions (5-7). Nijman saw 3 snaps in the Packers’ 30-16 margin victory against the Eagles. The win caused the Packers to rise to the No. 2 seed in the NFC. The Lions are coming off a win against the Bears.
 
Atlanta at L.A. Chargers – 4:25 p.m. ET
CB Brandon Facyson and the Los Angeles Chargers (3-9) host the Atlanta Falcons (4-8). The Falcons are coming off a 21-16 loss to the Saints, while the Chargers are coming off a 45-0 loss to the Patriots. Facyson saw 15 snaps in the contest. QB Tyrod Taylor has not played since puncturing his lung in Week 2.
 
Monday, December 14
 
Baltimore at Cleveland – 8:15 p.m. ET
G Wyatt Teller and the Cleveland Browns (9-3) host S Chuck Clark and the Baltimore Ravens (7-5). The Browns are coming off a 41-35 margin of victory against the Titans while the Ravens are coming off a win 34-17 win against the Cowboys. Clark recorded five tackles on the day and ranks second on the Ravens with 75 tackles (44 solo) on the season.
 
Hokies on NFL Rosters (As of Dec. 9, 2020)
T       76      Duane Brown                  Seattle
S       36     Chuck Clark                              Baltimore
LB     49     Tremaine Edmunds                  Buffalo
RB     33     Trey Edmunds      (IR)             Pittsburgh
S       34     Terrell Edmunds                       Pittsburgh
CB     28     Brandon Facyson           L.A. Chargers
WR    84     Isaiah Ford (PS)                        New England
CB     29     Kendall Fuller                   Washington
CB     23     Kyle Fuller                        Chicago
TE     54     Dalton Keene (IR)          New England
T       73     Yosh Nijman                            Green Bay
DT     97     Tim Settle                         Washington
K       4        Joey Slye                       Carolina
CB     37     Greg Stroman (IR)          Washington
QB    5       Tyrod Taylor                              L.A. Chargers
G       75     Wyatt Teller                               Cleveland
TE     82     Logan Thomas                        Washington
 
PS = Practice Squad       IR= Injured Reserve

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