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Preseason Star Players Part 2

by Daniel Gerbick on Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

NFL LogoWe continue to discuss some interesting players who did a great job after Week 3 and may finish the season on a high note.

Travis Benjamin – Cleveland Browns Wide Receiver

Cleveland urgently needs a playmaker and perhaps Benjamin can take that role if he keeps playing like he did against the Buccaneers. His speed and elusiveness made an appearance in Week 3 of the preseason and his understanding seems to be fine with current helmsman Josh McCown.

Navorro Bowman – San Francisco 49ers Linebacker

As we know, the 49ers offseason has been more than hard, San Francisco is a very different from last year’s team, including the return of Navorro Bowman, who after a terrible injury in 2014, finally returned to the defense of the franchise and made it clear that he is back to 100%, with 9 tackles and two sacks in 42 plays in which he participated this week.

Kirk Cousins ​​- Washington Redskins Quarterback

Washington is a total mess, why? that answer is for another article, but despite all the confusion, no doubt the franchise has a winner this week, quarterback Kirk Cousins ​​has been made to the QB position without even playing very well, thanks to lousy performance from RG3 and clearly his injuries.

Martellus Bennett – Tight End Chicago Bears

Since his arrival to Chicago, Bennett has become one of Cutler’s favorite receivers, now without Brandon Marshall, the tight end seems to have an even more important role and against the Bengals he kept up with 7 receptions for 45 yards.

Brian Hoyer – Houston Texans Quarterback

Named the starting quarterback of the Texans this week, Hoyer took control of the offense and showed some pretty interesting things for the first three series in the field, two were brought to the endzone for the touchdown, completed 7 out of 11 attempts but more importantly gave the offense some deserved security with good decisions on the field.

Jeremy Maclin – Kansas City Chiefs Wide Receiver

Alex Smith has come to trust Maclin more for a viable WR, who to trust outside Travis Kelce, someone who catches the simple throws and to endeavor for the complicated ones, Maclin caught 7 passes for 65 yards and a touchdown.

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