Erik Lorig scored the first MOT touchdown of the year — and the first of his career — as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat Geoff Schwartz‘s Minn. Vikings, 36-17.
Lorig, who started the game at fullback for the Bucs, caught a one-yard pass — his only reception of the game, proving it’s quality not quantity that’s important.
Schwartz entered the game as a substitute guard.
In other football news:
Damned if you do and damned if you don’t. Is the Chicago Bears’ Gabe Carami a bit too enthusiastic in his style of play?
Tablet ran this profile of Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly’s “Jewish roots.” (No, Kelly is not a MOT.)