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Gamecocks in the NFL: Week 3

Checking in with the pros.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Hayden Hurst (Falcons): The tight end followed up his first scoring performance with Atlanta in Week 2 with a 1-yard touchdown in the Falcons’ ultimately doomed effort against the Bears.

Mike Davis (Panthers): As the Panthers’ new RB1, Davis had 13 carries for 46 yards but did his best work in the receiving game, catching eight passes for 45 yards and a touchdown in Carolina’s win over the Chargers.

Jonathan Joseph (Titans): The veteran had a whale of a game for Tennessee, leading the team with seven solo tackles, including a tackle for loss, and an interception.

Jadeveon Clowney (Titans): Clowney was busier this week, with two tackles — including one for loss — and a pair of quarterback hits.

Rashad Fenton (Chiefs): Fenton had his most productive game yet, compiling four tackles (three solo).

Damiere Byrd (Patriots): Byrd was New England’s third-leading receiving in a quiet passing attack for the Patriots, catching three passes for 27 yards.

Bryan Edwards (Raiders): Edwards continued his uptick in production, finishing as Vegas’ second-leading receiver with two catches for 48 yards.

Jared Cook (Saints): Cook was quiet this week, snagging just a couple catches for 21 yards.

Stephon Gilmore (Patriots): Gilmore was held to just a pass defensed for the Patriots.

Javon Kinlaw (49ers): Kinlaw had two tackles, one solo, and a pass defensed for San Francisco.

Pharoh Cooper (Panthers): Cooper returned one kick for 35 yards and a punt for 8 for Carolina.

Joseph Charlton (Panthers): Charlton was busy, punting four times for 189 yards and an average of 47.3 with a long of 52.

Ryan Succop (Buccaneers): Succop was 2-for-2 on his field goals with a long of 43, but missed one of his three extra points.