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PFF’s Preseason Week 4 NFL Team of the Week

Weighting has been given towards playing time, as well as doing your good work against the first- and second-string opposition units in an attempt to strike a balance between the best production over the longest stretch of playing time, and against the best standard of players.
Catching eight of the 10 targets he had across 31 snaps, he gained 128 yards and scored three times.
Flex Offense Hodges was only on the field for 15 snaps against the Panthers this week, but he caught two passes for 43 yards including an impressive adjustment to haul in a target that had less than ideal ball placement.
Left Tackle On the field for 51 snaps of pass protection, Clark more than held his own for the Colts, surrendering just one hurry and earning a PFF grade of 86.1.
Means notched four more total pressures across 19 pass-rushing snaps.
Linebacker Stupar was targeted once in this game from 23 snaps in coverage, and he notched an interception as well as two defensive stops in the passing game as well as grading well as a blitzer.
Outside of that play, he more than offset it with a pair of interceptions and two pass breakups on five targets.
Cornerback From six targets against the Bills, Grant surrendered just 20 total yards, while picking off a pass and breaking up another.
Safety The safeties to appear on this team of the week both came from the same game, albeit from different teams, with Parker joining Moore.
He also added 31 yards on four punt returns, including a long of 12 yards.

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Aug 25, 2018; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears running back Ryan Nall (35) runs with the ball during the second half against the Kansas City Chiefs at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

The fourth and final week of the NFL’s preseason schedule is in the books and it’s time to reflect on the weekend’s top-graded players based upon hours and hours of our team of analysts watching every player on every play of every game.

With preseason being such a unique proposition, making this team isn’t quite as simple as earning the highest grade at your position in a given week. Weighting has been given towards playing time, as well as doing your good work against the first- and second-string opposition units in an attempt to strike a balance between the best production over the longest stretch of playing time, and against the best standard of players.

Check out all preseason information including every player’s grade with PFF Elite and Premium Stats 2.0.

Offense

Quarterback

All the talk in New York has been about Sam Darnold and Teddy Bridgewater this preseason, but in 16 snaps McCown reminded people he’s still a capable veteran presence in their locker room. He only completed 3-of-8 pass attempts, but he had three passes dropped, and was accurate on 85.7 percent of his attempts.

Running Back

By far the best performance this week from a running back, Nall had just five carries, but they went for 79 yards, 77 of which came after contact as he broke three tackles along the way, making some nice reads at the line to make decisive cuts into space.

Wide Receiver

Catching four passes for 122 yards, Pringle was a big-play threat this week for the Chiefs. He was only on the field for 15 snaps, but he saw the ball come his way on almost 50 percent of those snaps.

Wide Receiver

Arguably the best statistical standout of the final preseason game, Hatcher also racked up an impressive PFF grade for his display. Catching eight of the 10 targets he had across 31 snaps, he gained 128 yards and scored three times.

Tight End

With 32 snaps to his name for the Chiefs this week, Amaro was the standout performer at the tight end position. He graded well in all facets of the game, and all four passes that he caught moved the chains for first downs.

Flex Offense

Hodges was only on the field for 15 snaps against the Panthers this week, but he caught two passes for 43 yards including an impressive adjustment to haul in a target that had less than ideal ball placement.

Left Tackle

On the field for 51 snaps of pass protection, Clark more than held his own for the Colts, surrendering just one hurry and earning a PFF grade of 86.1.

Left Guard

A former starter on the Seahawks offensive…

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