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Rebels in the Pros: The Mayor has a coming out party in Atlanta

The nWo brand is stronger than ever.

NFL: Tennessee Titans at Atlanta Falcons Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Another week, another former nWo member catching his first NFL touchdown, this time in a pack of two. As is the norm, he wasn’t the only former Rebel tearing up the pros. Let’s check them all out.

Notable Week 4 performances:

AJ Brown had three catches for 94 yards, but that featured two touchdowns in the first half as the Titans went into Atlanta and beat the Falcons 24-10. His 55-yard scamper for the game’s opening score was nice, but he made it rain with his second TD.

Brandon Bolden only touched the ball once on Sunday, but it was for four yards and a touchdown in a 16-10 win over the Bills. Efficient.

Ho hum, another day, another highlight reel play from Dawson Knox. The biggest unused weapon in the 2018 Phil Longo offense went for three catches and 58 yards.

Evan Engram had a tidy 54 yards on four receptions as the Giants dominated the Redskins and got back within a game of first place in the NFC East.

A.J. and C.J. Moore held down spots on the Texans and Lions special teams, each grabbing a tackle in close losses Sunday.

Laremy Tunsil had a good game, but his teammates picked up DeShaun Watson after allowing six sacks. Laremy did have two false starts after only being called for three in all of 2018.

Would you be shocked if I told you Tunsil was known to have the munchies?

D.K. Metcalf just had one catch for six yards in the Seahawks dominant win over the Cardinals, 27-10

Ken Webster had two tackles and showed his athleticism, even after injury, is still world class.

Greg Little received his first start for the Panthers in a 16-10 road victory over the Texans. The rookie struggled at times with J.J. Watt and Whitney Mercilus, but held his own against a couple of All-Pros.