By firstname.lastname@example.org (Cody Estremera)
A quarter of the NFL season has now come and gone, with the end of Week 4. Former Alabama standouts had big games for their teams this week.
Julio Jones destroyed the Panthers’ defense this week on the way to a 48-33 win. Jones finished with 12 catches for 300 yards and a touchdown. The 300 yards set a new Falcons’ single game record, as Jones breaks his own record that he set back in 2014.
Here is Jones’ huge 75-yard touchdown catch:
Julio Jones had THREE HUNDRED receiving yards today. RIDICULOUS. ⚡️ pic.twitter.com/1ine9KnDuY
— Best NFL Plays ™ (@BestNFL_Plays) October 2, 2016
Los Angeles linebacker Mark Barron, who used to play safety, had another impressive game following his standout performance last week. He finished with seven tackles and an interception. The Rams beat the Cardinals, 17-13.
Former Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram led the Saints in rushing and receiving in their one-point win over the Chargers. Ingram ran for 56 yards on 18 attempts and scored a touchdown. He also caught six passes for 49 yards.
In London, Jacksonville running back TJ Yeldon finished with 117 all-purpose yards — 71 rushing yards and 46 receiving — leading the Jaguars to their first win of the season.
In a matchup of former Crimson Tide players, the Raiders defeated the Ravens, 28-27. Oakland wide receiver Amari Cooper finished with five catches for 48 yards, while Baltimore linebacker CJ Mosely finished with seven solo and two assisted tackles.
Dont’a Hightower finished with three solo and five assisted tackles in the Patriots’ first loss of the season.
Source:: The Crimson White Sports