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NFL Highlights: Jaylen Warren’s Career-High, A Game-Winner and Rodrigo’s New Gig

A handful of former Cowboys made big plays this weekend.



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The NFL’s Week 10 has come and gone and handful of former Cowboys made some huge plays. Let’s get into them, starting with a former undrafted RB that’s now leading a team’s comeback.

Jaylen Warren Can’t Be Stopped

The Steelers are winning, and Jaylen Warren is a big reason why.

The former undrafted free agent has elbowed is way into a stout RB room and is now splitting reps with Najee Harris, a former first round pick and bonafide star. Regardless, Warren in now the Steelers’ main rusher on passing downs, and he just set a career high in Pittsburgh’s 23-19 win over Green Bay.



Warren took 15 handoffs for 101 yards and a touchdown. That followed up a 11-carry, 88-yard outing against Tennessee the week before.


From Practice Squad to Game-Winner

Matt Ammendola has bounced around in the league and was slated to play in the XFL next season before the Texans signed him last week due to injury. In his first action with Houston, he went 3-for-3 including a walk-off game-winner from 38 yards.

Ammendola has a bunch of new fans in Houston, but his biggest fan has got to be the guy who won $5.5 million on him with a four-leg NFL parlay.

Just Get Him on the Field

The Lions are finding ways to get Malcolm Rodriguez on the field. In addition to linebacker duties and special teams, Detroit is not employing him as a fullback.

On Sunday, he successfully blocked a four-time Pro Bowler.

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