WEEK 13: Pack In The Pros

Pack Pride recaps how several former NC State stars fared in this week's NFL action.

Here’s a look at how several former NC State players fared in this week’s NFL action.

CB David Amerson (Oakland Raiders)...tallied five tackles and a pass breakup as Oakland beat Buffalo 38-24.

QB Jacoby Brissett (New England Patriots)...did not play in the Patriot’s 26-10 win over Los Angeles.

OL Joe Thuney (New England Patriots)...started at right guard in New England’s victory over the Rams.

CB Juston Burris (New York Jets)...did not record any stats in the Jet’s 41-10 loss to Indianapolis.

LB Audie Cole (Minnesota Vikings)...had one tackle in the Viking’s 17-15 loss to Dallas.

QB Mike Glennon (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)...did not play in Tampa Bay’s 28-21 win over the Chargers.

OL J.R. Sweezy (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)...on the physically unable to perform list

QB Russell Wilson (Seattle Seahawks)...was phenomenal in Seattle’s 40-7 blowout of Carolina. Wilson completed 26 of 36 passes for 277 yards with one touchdown and one interception. He also rushed three times for 29 yards.

PK Steven Hauschka (Seattle Seahawks)...connected on all four of his field goal attempts and was four for four on extra point attempts in Seattle’s win over Carolina.

CB Dontae Johnson (San Francisco 49’ers)...recovered a blocked punt but San Francisco lost to Chicago 26-6.

OL Ted Larsen (Chicago Bears)....started at right guard in the Bear’s win over the 49’ers.

LB Willie Young (Chicago Bears)...had a tackles and sack as Chicago beat San Francisco 26-6. Young now has 7.5 sacks on the season.

DT T.Y. McGill (Indianapolis Colts)...did not record any stats in the Colt’s 41-10 win over the Jets.

QB Philip Rivers (San Diego Chargers)...completed 15 of 26 passes for 225 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions but the Chargers lost to Tampa Bay, 28-21.

LB Stephen Tulloch (Philadelphia Eagles)...did not record any stats in the Eagle’s 32-14 loss to Cincinnatti.

DE Mario Williams (Miami Dolphins)...played but did not record any stats as Miami lost to Baltimore 38-6


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