AFC Defensive Player of the Week the latest honor for Tre'Davious White


A great week has only gotten better for Tre'Davious White. A Sunday night win in Pittsburgh followed by his first career Pro Bowl nod on Tuesday had an added honor come the cornerback's way on Wednesday. White was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week.

His two-interception performance proved critical in the Bills 17-10 victory over the Steelers. White's second INT, which he returned to the Steelers 18-yard line led to a game-tying field goal before the Bills eventually pulled ahead to stay in the fourth quarter for the victory that clinched a playoff berth for Buffalo.

It was the third game this season in which he's posted a pair of takeaways. In Week 3, White had two interceptions in the win over Cincinnati. In Week 7, he took points off the board for Miami with Buffalo trailing 14-9 with an INT at the goal line and then added a forced fumble late in the eventual 10-point victory.

White has now been named AFC Defensive Player of the Week twice this season (Week 7, Week 15).

He was previously named AFC Defensive Rookie of the Month in September of 2017.

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