Bills LT Cordy Glenn got some national recognition for his play on Sunday in Buffalo’s convincing 35-17 victory over Kansas City. SI.com’s Peter King handed him a weekly award in his MMQB column.
King gave Glenn the Dr. Z Unsung Man in the Trenches Award for his performance in Week 2. Here’s what he wrote.
Cordy Glenn, T, Buffalo. C.J. Spiller followed up a 169-yard performance last week with a 123-yarder Sunday against Kansas City, becoming the first back since Jim Brown in 1963 to have an average of more than 10 yards per rush after two weeks of a season. Against K.C., Glenn had a key block on the opening touchdown, a short pass from Ryan Fitzpatrick to Scott Chandler, and a few minutes later sprung Spiller on his first touchdown run of the day, a five-yarder, with a crushing block. And on the third scoring drive by the Bills, Glenn made a block to help spring Spiller for 27. Not bad for the 41st pick in the draft, starting as a rookie at the toughest spot on the line.
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