Gators in the NFL: Week Seven

Chris Rainey took advantage of injuries in the backfield for the Pittsburgh Steelers to get into the end zone and continue to make an impact in multiple areas of the game.

Chris Rainey saw time at running back and had four rushes for 17 yards with a touchdown for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He added one reception for eight yards. Rainey tallied four kickoff returns for 122 yards with an average of 30.5 yards per return with a long of 41. Max Starks started at left tackle.

Jermaine Cunningham started for the New England Patriots and made two tackles with a half of a sack. Aaron Hernandez started at tight end and made five catches for 54 yards. Brandon Spikes started at linebacker and made ten tackles, including seven solo tackles.

Reggie Nelson started at free safety for the Cincinnati Bengals and made six tackles, including a pass deflection. Carlos Dunlap saw time at defensive end for the Bengals and made two tackles and recorded a quarterback hit.

Jeremy Mincey started at defensive end and made four tackles, including a sack for a loss of eight yards and two quarterback hits.

Percy Harvin recorded two rushes for ten yards and four receptions for 37 yards and a touchdown. He also returned two kickoffs for 47 yards for the Minnesota Vikings.

Major Wright started at strong safety for the Chicago Bears and made two tackles and a pass deflection.

Joe Haden started at cornerback for the Cleveland Browns and made two tackles.

Tim Tebow rushed the ball four times for 12 yards for the New York Jets.

Louis Murphy started for the Carolina Panthers and made three receptions for 48 yards with a long of 26.

Janoris Jenkins made seven tackles for the St. Louis Rams.

Ray McDonald started at defensive tackle and made two tackles for the San Francisco 49ers.

Cooper Carlisle started at left guard for the Oakland Raiders.

Saw action but didn't record a stat: Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety Ahmad Black, Washington Redskins offensive lineman Maurice Hurt.

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