Vincent Rey, LB, Cincinnati Bengals: Rey exited the game in the second half and was declared out for the duration of the contest because of a left hamstring injury.
Micah Hyde, S, Buffalo Bills: Injured during a rushing play by Chargers fullback Derek Watt, Hyde was designated as questionable to return because of a knee issue.
Stephon Gilmore, CB, New England Patriots: With the Pats well in control in the second half, Gilmore left the field and was deemed questionable to return because of dehydration. He returned in the fourth quarter.
Sherman, who played against the Cardinals despite an aching Achilles, told his teammates — and everyone else who could lip-read — that he “tore” the tendon after making a third-quarter tackle and, with it, likely saw his 2017 season come to an end.
Kizer’s 13th interception this season set up Jacksonville’s first score. The rookie QB, who has struggled with turnovers all season, tried to thread a pass to Corey Coleman, but Smith snatched it and made a 26-yard return.
On first and goal from the 10, Bortles made the Browns defense bite on a play fake before lofting his TD pass to a wide-open Marcedes Lewis.
Limited to just 4 yards in the first quarter, the Browns scored on their first possession of the second as Kizer threw a 27-yard TD pass to Duke Johnson.