SEC Week 4 helmet stickers: Leonard Fournette steals the show again

Another wild weekend of play is in the books for the SEC. Time to hand out a few helmet stickers for the best individual performances.

  • Mississippi State LB Richie Brown: Defense won the day for the Bulldogs against Auburn, and no one played better than their starting middle linebacker. Brown led the team with 13 tackles, 12 of which were solo stops and two were sacks.

  • Florida WR Antonio Callaway: It feels like a long time since we last applauded a Florida wideout, but Callaway deserves a hearty dose of recognition for his performance against Tennessee. The freshman had five catches for 112 yards, including the game-winning 63-yard touchdown.

  • Georgia RB Nick Chubb: With 131 yards against Southern, Chubb tied former Georgia legend Herschel Walker's streak of 12 consecutive 100-yard games. And any time you do anything in relation to Herschel Walker, you deserve a helmet sticker. What's more, 100 of Chubb's yards came in the second half on Saturday.

  • LSU RB Leonard Fournette: It's not fair what Fournette is doing right now. With 244 yards and two touchdowns against Syracuse, he's entering a stratosphere belonging to the likes of Herschel Walker and Bo Jackson. You want consistency? According to ESPN Stats & Information, Fournette has rushed for at least 50 yards and a touchdown in seven consecutive halves dating back to last season. In his last five games, he's averaging 184 yards and two touchdowns.

  • Texas A&M WR Christian Kirk: Speedy who? The Aggies have more than made due without standout wide receiver Speedy Noil thanks to the emergence of Kirk, the lightning-quick former No. 1 prospect out of Arizona in 2015. Kirk had eight catches for 173 yards against Arkansas, including the game-winning touchdown reception in overtime.

  • Kentucky QB Patrick Towles: In a potentially season-defining win at home against SEC East power Missouri, it was Kentucky's quarterback who shined brightest. Towles, who labored in a loss to Florida last weekend, came back with something to prove against the Tigers, completing 22 of 27 passes for 249 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran nine times for 21 yards and a score.