NFL Reveals NFC Players of the Week for Week 10

The NFL announced its NFC Players of the Week for Week 10 Wednesday morning, and they include an ascendant superstar in perhaps his greatest game and a versatile linebacker who made a big splash in an international game. On offense, wide receiver Justin Jefferson takes home the award for his 10 receptions on 16 targets for 193 receiving yards in the Minnesota Vikings' incredible 33-30 overtime win over the Buffalo Bills. Jefferson made one of the greatest catches of all time late in the fourth quarter to keep the game alive on 4th and 18. It was yet another iconic game in what has been a sensational third season for Jefferson; his 117.8 receiving yards per game lead the league.

On defense, Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Devin White gets the nod for his two sacks and nine total tackles in his team's 21-16 win over the Seattle Seahawks in Munich, Germany. White came through with his big game days after his father's untimely death. He has been an essential cog in the Bucs' third-ranked scoring defense all year, playing every single defensive snap while notching 5.0 sacks and 76 total tackles.

As for special teams, kicker Joey Slye earns recognition for nailing all his kicks in the Washington Commanders' 32-21 win over the Philadelphia Eagles. Slye went 4/4 on field goals for the day, including a 58-yarder and a 55-yarder.