Shrine Bowl in the NFL: Week 3

Shrine Bowl in the NFL: Week 3

With week three in the books, look at some of the best Shrine Bowl Pro moments. The Shrine Bowl Pro of the week is sixth-round draft pick Michael Onwenu. He is the first Patriots rookie to get a start this season. Onwenu allowed just one hurry across 32 pass-blocking snaps. He is the top rookie offensive player in the NFL through the first three weeks. Read more about Michael Onwenu: https://wolverineswire.usatoday.com/2020/09/28/nfl-new-england-patriots-michigan-football-michael-onwenu-grades-best-guard-pff/

Other notable Shrine Bowl alums in week 3: Shaq Barrett (LB-Tampa) Barrett is in his second season with the Buccaneers and seventh year in the NFL. He finished with six tackles, two sacks, three tackles for loss, and a safety against the Broncos. It was the Bucs’ first safety since 2016. Read more about his return to Denver: www.lfjdslfjl.com Nick Mullen (QB-San Francisco) With Shrine Bowl alum Jimmy Garoppolo out in week three, Mullen was able to help lead the team in the win over the Giants. He passed for 343 yards and one touchdown. James Robinson (RB-Jacksonville Jaguars) Robinson finished week three with 11 rushes for 46 yards, two touchdowns, and six receptions for 83 yards, leading the team. Bradley Mcdougald (Safety-New York Jets) Mcdougald led the team with a season-high 10 tackles in the week three loss against the 49ers.


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