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Pro Canes Update: Week 13

Pro Canes Update: Week 13

Matthew_Suero
Let’s be thankful for Pro Cane running backs while we recap week 13.

Frank Gore carries the ball nine times for 11 yards and also had a 14 yard catch on Thanksgiving. Duke Johnson carried the ball nine times for 36 yards and caught five passes for 54 yards and a touchdown on Sunday night in primetime. Travis Homer has become a special teams weapon for the Seahawks. He picked up 29 yards on a fake punt late in the game Monday night, he returned two kicks for 51 yards, and he recovered a fumble which sealed the win for the Seahawks.

Braxton Berrios had one catch for five yards, while Phillip Dorsett caught two passes for 15 yards. Allen Hurns had three catches for 33 yards.

Greg Olsen caught three passes for a total of 22 yards. Jimmy Graham had a 16 yard catch.

On the offensive line, Jon Feliciano, Brandon Linder, and Ereck Flowers all started for their respective teams.

On the defensive line, Chad Thomas had one tackle and a sack while Olivier Vernon, Anthony Chickillo, and Joe Jackson each had a tackle. Al Quadin-Muhammad had three tackles. Calais Campbell had six tackles.

Denzel Perryman continues to play at a high level. He had four tackles and an interception.

Adrian Colbert had four tackles and is looking like a good signing by The Dolphins. Sheldrick Redwine had six tackles while Rayshawn Jenkins had one.

Michael Badgley made both of his extra points and went 2 for 3 on field goals. Pat O’Donnell punted the ball 3 times for 144 yards, an average of 48 yards per punt.

Pro Canes Week 13 MVP: Travis Homer

MVP Standings:

1st: Frank Gore (3)

2nd: Denzel Perryman (2).

T-3rd: Phillip Dorsett (1), Calais Campbell (1), Chad Thomas(1), Rayshawn Jenkins(1), Olivier Vernon (1), Duke Johnson (1), Greg Olsen (1), Travis Homer(1).
 

Comments (6)

On the offensive line, Jon Feliciano, Brandon Linder, and Ereck Flowers all started for their respective teams.

Wow man. What a waste of talent up front. Pretty much sums up Miami football right there.
 
Duke finally being used like he should have been at Miami and Cleveland.
 
Duke finally being used like he should have been at Miami and Cleveland.

Duke's usage was just fine here. If Golden could have fielded a defense that could get off the field, he would have gotten more touches.

His receiving numbers were also better in Cleveland than what Houston has done this year.
 
Duke's usage was just fine here. If Golden could have fielded a defense that could get off the field, he would have gotten more touches.

His receiving numbers were also better in Cleveland than what Houston has done this year.

I was talking about the Pats game specifically.
 

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