For the fourth consecutive week, a Giants opponent has earned Player of the Week honors.
This week, Kansas City PR Dexter McCluster has been named the AFC special teams POTW.
McCluster returned four punts for 113 yards (28.3 average), including an 89-yard touchdown in the Chiefs’ 31-7 win over the Giants. The 89-yard punt return-touchdown is the longest in the NFL this season.
In Week 1, Dallas WR-PR Dwayne Harris, won NFC special teams honors. In Week 2, Denver’s Trindon Holliday won AFC special teams honors.
In Week 3, DE Greg Hardy of Carolina took home the NFC defensive POTW.
Who’s it gonna be this week? The Eagles are probably licking their chops right now.