Week Eleven is complete and featured the first punt return for a touchdown this season. The return happened in dramatic fashion with seconds left on the clock and allowed the Patriots to defeat the Jets.
There was a snapping change in Denver again, as Jacob Bobenmoyer returned from IR while his replacement Mitchell Fraboni took his place on IR.
Two teams conducted snapper tryouts, as the Broncos worked out Tucker Addington and the Colts brought in a trio of snappers, working out Joe Fortunato, Cole Mazza and Garrison Sanborn. None of the tryout snappers were signed.
While this weekly review usually focuses on NFL long snappers, a special shout out is owed to Vanderbilt snapper, Wesley Schelling. The Mannelly Award Watch List snapper scored a rare snapper touchdown this week after recovering a punt in the end zone.
Five snappers recorded tackles in punt coverage this week. Jon Weeks (Texans), Bobenmoyer (Broncos) and Andrew DePaola (Vikings) had solo tackles, while Cameron Cheeseman (Commanders) and Cal Adomitis (Bengals) recorded assisted tackles.
The NFL Long Snappers Chart after Week Eleven is below.