Here’s a look at how several former NC State players fared in this week’s NFL action.
CB David Amerson (Oakland Raiders)...totaled four tackles in Oakland’s 28-27 win over Baltimore.
QB Jacoby Brissett (New England Patriots)...Brissett and the Patriots suffered through a 16-0 loss to Buffalo. Brissett completed 17 of 27 passes for 205 yards and no touchdowns. He also rushed four times for 23 yards but was sacked four times. He also lost one fumble.
OL Joe Thuney (New England Patriots)...started at guard in the loss to the Bills.
CB Juston Burris (New York Jets)...had three tackles in a 27-17 loss to Seattle.
LB Audie Cole (Minnesota Vikings)...recorded his first tackle of the year as Minnesota beat the NY Giants 24-10.
QB Mike Glennon (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)...did not play in the Bucs 27-7 loss to Denver.
OL J.R. Sweezy (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)...on the physically unable to perform list. He’s expected to return in week seven.
QB Russell Wilson (Seattle Seahawks)...completed 23 of 32 passes for 309 yards and three touchdowns as Seattle beat the NY Jets 27-17. Wilson also rushed five times for -5 yards.
PK Steven Hauschka (Seattle Seahawks)...connected on two of two field goals including a 53 yarder. He also made all three of his extra point attempts.
CB Dontae Johnson (San Francisco 49’ers)...had one tackle in the 49’ers 24-17 loss to Dallas.
OL Ted Larsen (Chicago Bears)...played enter in a backup role for Chicago in their 17-14 win over Detroit.
LB Willie Young (Chicago Bears)...played but did not record any stats in the Bear’s win over Detroit.
DT T.Y. McGill (Indianapolis Colts)...was inactive for the Colt’s 30-27 loss to Jacksonville.
QB Philip Rivers (San Diego Chargers)...completed 28 of 43 passes for 321 yards and two touchdowns with one interception as the Chargers lost a 35-34 heartbreaker to New Orleans. Rivers has thrown for 1,110 yards with seven touchdown and just one interception so far in 2016.
LB Stephen Tulloch (Philadelphia Eagles)...bye week
DE Mario Williams (Miami Dolphins)...registered three tackles and a pass defended but Miami fell to Cincinnati 22-7