Week 15 in the NFL had some of the craziest games of the season so far. These players stuck out in this wild week in the NFL.
Kirk Cousins threw for a ridiculous 460 yards and four touchdowns. His performance was crucial in the largest comeback win in the history of the NFL. The Vikings were down by 33 points and Cousins led them to a 39-36 win in overtime. It was his second-straight week with 400+ passing yards as he had 425 in week 14.
Latavius Murray of the Broncos ran for 130 yards on 24 carries to help get the Broncos their first win since October 30th in London. Murray was cut from the Saints earlier this season and is 32-years-old. He has been the lead back for the Broncos ever since he signed with them back in mid-October.
With 460 passing yards Cousins had to throw to somebody besides Justin Jefferson and that was KJ Osborn this week. He had a career-high 157 yards receiving with a touchdown and 10 catches to help in the 33-point comeback win over the Colts.
The Raiders get the nod for the best defensive performance of the week almost entirely because of one play where Chandler Jones caught a lateral and took it back for a touchdown to win the game with no time left. The game was tied and this secured the win in a wild way.
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