Former Boise State Broncos in the National Football League--Week 8

Several former Broncos are out with injuries, but of the ones playing, several former Boise State players have their teams near the top.

Two former Broncos helped their teams continue undefeated seasons over the weekend.  George Iloka had four tackles with a pass broken up as Cincinnati improved to 7-0 with a win at Pittsburgh. 

Matt Paradis started at center as Denver beat Green Bay to remain unbeaten at 7-0.   

Defensive end Demarcus Lawrence had seven tackles, five of them solo, including two tackles for loss, as Dallas lost to Seattle. 

Safety Jamar Taylor had seven tackles, four of them solo, in Miami’s loss to New England. 

Doug Martin started and rushed for 71 yards on 23 carries while catching a pass for 7 yards in Tampa Bay’s overtime win. 

Charles Leno started at left tackle for Chicago in their loss to Minnesota. 

Defensive tackle Billy Winn recovered a fumble in the Colts' loss to Carolina Monday night. 

Cornerback Kyle Wilson saw action but did not have any statistics in New Orleans win over the Giants. 

Shea McClellin is still a little banged up due to injury and did not play in Chicago’s loss to Minnesota Sunday. 

And quarterback Kellen Moore was inactive yet again as Dallas lost... yet again. 

But there’s good news on the horizon.  Rookie running back Jay Ajayi returned to practice with the Dolphins’ last Wednesday after missing the first eight weeks of the season on injured reserve.  Ajayi is eligible to play beginning this week.


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