PFL Players of the Week: 10/13/2019 2:49:00 PM
  • Reid Sinnett, San Diego
    Reid Sinnett, San Diego

    Senior (RS) | Quarterback
    Johnston, Iowa

    Sinnett set career bests in touchdowns, completions and passing yardage to help San Diego post its first road win of 2019 in a 37-17 PFL victory at Davidson, Saturday. Sinnett completed 27-of-32 passes for 358 yards and five touchdowns against the Wildcats. He found nine different receivers on the day, four of those catching a touchdown. Sinnett tied the game 17-17 going into halftime with a touchdown throw with 1:02 left in the first half. He then was responsible for all three second-half touchdowns as San Diego pulled away for the victory. The Toreros had two 100-yard receivers on the day in Michael Bandy (118 yards, 2 TD) and Dalton Kincaid (112 yards, TD).   

  • Vaughn Taylor Jr., Morehead State
    Vaughn Taylor Jr., Morehead State

    Junior | Defensive End
    Washington, D.C.

    Taylor Jr. was credited with 2.5 sacks, including 1.5 in a crucial fourth quarter as Morehead State rallied from a late deficit for a 30-22 PFL victory at Jacksonville, Saturday. With the Eagles trailing 22-16, Taylor recorded a solo sack that forced a Dolphins punt from its own 10-yard line and helped set up the offense at midfield for the eventual go-ahead score. On the next Jacksonville possession, Taylor picked up a share of a sack to put the Dolphins behind the chains and ultimately a turnover on downs deep in its own territory to set up an Eagles insurance touchdown. Taylor was credited with five tackles (four solo) and a first-quarter fumble recovery.

  • Andrew Foster, Morehead State
    Andrew Foster, Morehead State

    Junior | Kicker/Punter
    Knoxville, Tennessee

    Foster made three field goals and scored 12 points as Morehead State downed Jacksonville, 30-22, for the first time since 2005. He became the second PFL kicker to convert twice from 40 yards in the same game this season, hitting from 45 and 43 yards before adding a 37-yarder to help the Eagles build a 16-7 lead with 3:23 left in the third quarter. Foster also converted all three PAT attempts in the win. He also handled punting duties for the Eagles, averaging 41.0 yards on his three punts with two downed inside the 20-yard line.