Top 10 Worst Performers from Week 6 of the NFL 2018 Regular Season


The Top Ten

1 Breeland Speaks Breeland Speaks

For me the biggest what was this player thinking had to be Speaks of the Chiefs's defense you had the lead than you gave Brady a switch to out smart you as you let go as he goes on for six as they went on to lose for the first time this season. - htoutlaws2012

I think that he was just afraid to hit Brady because of the stricter enforcement of roughing the passer. Still, he should have made that tackle - SirSheep

Like what SirSheep said. To be fair he was most likely trying to avoid a roughing the passer call since that seems to be what the NFL refs are cracking down on this season however he still should’ve at least made the tackle. - Randomator

2 Leonard Floyd Leonard Floyd

There's a lotta blame to go by in this one, but for me the worst player on the Bears that hot humid day was easily Floyd why why are you grappling (superplexing) Danny Amendola the player whose already down by contact that's totally unnecessarily, and that was early in the game that set the Dolphins to a 7-0 lead in which more struggles continued after that. - htoutlaws2012

3 Amari Cooper Amari Cooper Amari Cooper is an American football wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. Cooper was drafted 4th overall to the Oakland Raiders in 2015.

Well I look at it like this Raiders offense is horrible, and Oakland fought about trading Cooper, but seeing he injured himself traveling to London would you just leave him behind that's one guy you can't trade at the moment even if you tried. - htoutlaws2012

I’m flummoxed as to why Gruden wants a first round pick for Cooper. A second rounder maybe, but no team in the right mind would dole out a first rounder to a struggling receiver unless they were desperate. - PackFan2005

And Gruden wants to trade him? You couldn’t even if you tried. Who wants a struggling receiver for a first rounder? Nobody - Randomator

4 Jalen Ramsey Jalen Ramsey

Not a good night, and it begins with the leader of the defense Ramsey who had a tough time finding a spark in this defense that couldn't find one all game, and gave up 40. - htoutlaws2012

5 Christian McCaffrey Christian McCaffrey

Sure the protection is bad, but how did McCaffrey have been a no factor the last two games is beyond me not much of a running game and further more the person with the last laugh is the guy who left your team once you lose the super bowl few years back. - htoutlaws2012

6 Larry Fitzgerald Larry Fitzgerald Larry Darnell Fitzgerald Jr. is an American football wide receiver for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League. Fitzgerald was drafted 3rd overall to the Arizona Cardinals in 2004, he is considered to be one of the best players of his position to never win a Super Bowl.

Why did he come back for when he isn't even used very much for a #1 receiver Fitzgerald is gonna have a sad end to his career knowing how bad this Cardinals's offense is throwing to Christian Kirk instead. - htoutlaws2012

Man I feel bad for him. Fitzgerald deserves better than this. - Randomator

7 Corey Levin Corey Levin

You could pick anybody from the Offensive line, but for me I seen bad protecting on the part of Levin on the left side guarding, and the Titans in total gave up 11 sacks a team worst since 85' back when they were the Oilers. - htoutlaws2012

8 Nathan Peterman Nathan Peterman

Josh Allen out of the equation and you knew the Bills would look like a much worse squad, and Houston was relived to see he threw two picks are a bad crucial time as Buffalo is back on the drawing potentially miss Josh Allen with the elbow injury. - htoutlaws2012

Sean McDermott has no idea what to do with quarterbacks, as evidenced by Peterman. It is beyond me why Peterman is still in Buffalo. - PackFan2005

9 Odell Beckham Odell Beckham Odell Beckham Jr. is a NFL wide receiver, playing for the New York Giants. He is most-known for making an incredible one-handed catch against the Dallas Cowboys. Beckham was drafted 12th overall to the New York Giants.

So much for being ''a Leader'' once he said that boom you got nowhere close to beating Philly as you hosted them in embarrassment. While Eli had a horrible game hot head was the one who made the comments, and couldn't back it up against a suspect secondary at times. - htoutlaws2012

10 Damarious Randall Damarious Randall

Sure he led the team in tackles, but man he gave up a ton of plays when he was targeted a lot by Rivers especially in end zone twice. Browns's defense was never able to find the answer to stopping the Chargers's offense. - htoutlaws2012

The Contenders

11 Jimmy Ward Jimmy Ward

And everyone in the 49ers secondary outside of Richard Sherman - SirSheep

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