Winner: Joe Tyron-Shoyinka
It's been a tough start to Joe Tryon-Shoyinka's career in Tampa Bay but things took a massive step in the right direction on Sunday.
Tryon-Shoyinka was all over the place, using the absence of Calijah Kancey on the edge to become a wrecking ball for Todd Bowles and the Bucs defense. He knocked Justin Fields around all afternoon, sacking him twice and getting another three hits in on him before the day was done.
Not only did he get to Fields, but he looked phenomenal while doing it.
That's the JTS we've been waiting to see since he was drafted a year ago, and this is hopefully a sign of things to come as he continues to develop. He was responsible for four tackles, but it was his harassment of Fields that stands out as the most impressive part of his performance.
Sacking Fields twice is certainly something to be proud of, but the constant pressure he had on him was literally game-changing. On the pick-six that Fields threw to Shaq Barrett, JTS was the guy who came flying up the middle and applied pressure that forced the throw.
That's not something that will show up on the stat sheet but it absolutely should not get overlooked. A lot of guys stepped up in big ways on Sunday and the day JTS had is right near the top of the list.