Here’s a look at how several former NC State players fared in this week’s NFL action.
CB David Amerson (Oakland Raiders)...bye week
QB Jacoby Brissett (New England Patriots)...was on injured reserve for New England’s 31-24 loss to Seattle
OL Joe Thuney (New England Patriots)...started at guard in the Patriot’s loss to the Seahawks.
CB Juston Burris (New York Jets)...did not record any stats as the Jets lost to Los Angeles 9-6.
LB Audie Cole (Minnesota Vikings)...Cole has his most productive game of the year, tallying three tackles as the Vikings lost to Washington 26-20.
QB Mike Glennon (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)...did not play in the Buc’s 36-10 win over Chicago.
OL J.R. Sweezy (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)...on the physically unable to perform list
QB Russell Wilson (Seattle Seahawks)...completed 25 of 37 passes for 348 yards and three touchdowns as Seattle beat New England 31-24. Wilson has now thrown for 2,442 yards and 10 touchdowns versus just two picks in 2016.
PK Steven Hauschka (Seattle Seahawks)...connected on all four of his field goal attempts including a 41-yarder in the win over the Patriots. Hauschka had one of his extra point attempts blocked. He has now made 19 of 21 field goals this season with a long of 53 yards.
CB Dontae Johnson (San Francisco 49’ers)...collected three tackles in the 49’ers 23-20 loss to Arizona. Johnson now has eight tackles on the season.
OL Ted Larsen (Chicago Bears)....played in a reserve role as the Bears lost to Tampa Bay 36-10.
LB Willie Young (Chicago Bears)...totaled five tackles, .5 sacks and a QB hurry in the Bear’s loss.
DT T.Y. McGill (Indianapolis Colts)...bye week
QB Philip Rivers (San Diego Chargers)...completed 23 of 44 passes for 326 yards with three touchdowns and four interceptions. The Chargers lost to Miami 31-24. Rivers has now thrown for 2,886 yards and 20 touchdowns with 11 interceptions in 2016.
LB Stephen Tulloch (Philadelphia Eagles)...did not record any stats in the Eagles 24-15 win over Atlanta.
DE Mario Williams (Miami Dolphins)...had two tackles in the win over the Chargers.