Last night saw the first large slate of NFL preseason action following last Thursday's Cardinals-Cowboys Hall of Fame game and Wednesday's Panthers-Texans matchup. There were a number of impressive performances and big plays produced last night, as players try to make their case to be a part of an NFL roster.

Damore'ea Stringfellow

Miami Dolphins undrafted rookie wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow out of Ole Miss made one of the highlight plays of the night. With 9:00 remaining in the fourth quarter, the Dolphins were done by 4 (20-16) and backed up on their own one-yard line.

Dolphins quarterback David Fales threw a deep ball, which Stringfellow got just past the 30 after embarrassing his defender. He then made a fool of the safety in front of him, eventually just speeding past him for a 99-yard touchdown that turned out to be the game winner. He finished the night with 2 catches on 3 targets for 116 yards and a touchdown.

Jacob Hollister

Undrafted rookie tight end Jacob Hollister out of Wyoming had himself a game last night in the New England Patriots 31-24 loss to the Jaguars. While his blocking wasn't impressive, he showed off his hands, making 7 catches on 9 targets to finish with 116 yards. The was bolstered by the impressive play of Jimmy Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett, who were a combined 31/40 for 310 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Keelan Cole and Corey Grant

The Jacksonville Jaguars has to offensive players made big plays. In the second quarter Chad Henne and Keelan Cole connected on a 97-yard touchdown pass, as Cole blew by his defender. The undrafted rookie from Kentucky Wesleyan finished the game with 2 receptions on 3 targets for 108 yards and a touchdown.

In the third quarter running back Corey Grant broke off a 79-yard rushing touchdown. The third-year player finished the game with 8 carries for 120 yards and a touchdown, as he tries to maintain a roster spot in the team's deep backfield.

Bryce Treggs and Derek Barnett

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Bryce Treggs had a strong first preseason game.

The second year player from Cal finished with 7 catches on 8 targets for 91 receiving yards. On the defensive side of the ball, the team's first round pick from Tennesse Derek Barnett had an impressive game. He recorded 4 total tackles, 2 tackles for loss and 2 sacks.

Tommylee Lewis

Second year New Orleans Saints wide receiver Tommylee Lewis has an impressive game last night, as he hauled in everything. He had 10 receptions on 11 targets accounting for 40% of the team's catches. He had a 32-yard catch and a red zone touchdown, finishing the game with 124 yards.