PFL Players of the Week: 11/13/2022 5:50:00 PM
  • Jake Chisholm, Dayton<br>Aaron Dawson, Valparaiso
    Jake Chisholm, Dayton
    Aaron Dawson, Valparaiso

    Jake Chisholm, Dayton
    (Sr., RB, Union, Kentucky)
    Chisholm scored twice and had his third-straight 100-yard rushing performance in Dayton’s 49-27 PFL victory against Morehead State, Saturday. He finished the game with 34 carries for 205 yards, two touchdowns, and two receptions for 54 yards. His 205 rushing yards and 259 all-purpose yards were both best in the PFL during Week 11. Chisholm’s first touchdown was a four-yard run that gave the Flyers a 12-7 lead after one quarter. His second score game at the start of the second half and proved to be the eventual game-winner, putting Dayton ahead 28-17. Chisholm finished the game with 960 yards this season and needs 40 yards to become the first Dayton athlete with 1,000 rushing yards in three consecutive seasons.

    Aaron Dawson, Valparaiso
    (RSr., RB, Westbury, New York)
    Dawson was responsible for three touchdowns in Valparaiso’s 45-24 PFL victory against Marist, Saturday – the Beacons' first-ever victory in Poughkeepsie. Dawson had 36 carries for 199 yards and two touchdowns and also had a touchdown reception as part of a two-reception, 36-yard outing and finished the day with 235 all-purpose yards. Dawson opened the game’s scoring with a one-yard touchdown run with 52 seconds left in the first quarter. He added a 23-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter and then capped Valparaiso’s scoring with a 62-yard scoring run. Dawson became the fourth Valparaiso runner to surpass 1,000 yards in a season, with Saturday’s outing his fifth 100-yard effort of the year.

  • Tanner Pollock, Drake
    Tanner Pollock, Drake

    (Sr., LB, Waterloo, Iowa)
    Pollock’s interception with 43 seconds left helped set up Drake’s game-winning drive in a 26-23 PFL victory against Butler, Saturday. With Butler driving in a tie game, Pollock intercepted a pass and returned it 24 yards to the Butler 38-yard line. Three plays later, Luke Williams hit a 22-yard field goal with eight seconds left. Pollock also had 15 tackles (10 solo) and a tackle for loss in the victory, including six tackles in the fourth quarter.

  • Luke Williams, Drake
    Luke Williams, Drake

    (Gr., K, Altoona, Iowa)
    Williams’ 22-yard field goal with eight seconds left delivered Drake a 26-23 PFL victory against Butler, Saturday. He connected on two of his three field goal attempts, hitting a 31-yarder for Drake’s first points of the afternoon, while also converting all three of his PATs to finish with nine points in the win.