Despite more opportunities earlier in the season due to injuries with key Bear receiving personnel, Wilson has thus far failed to become an integral part of the Chicago aerial attack. Since a pair of six game catches in early October, the former Cougar has caught just 5 passes on 13 targets the past 4 games.
Sunday was an especially unproductive day for Wilson, now in his third professional season. He caught just one pass for 1 yard on 3 targets in the Bears’ 37-13 win against St. Louis.
Here’s how the rest of the NFL Cougs performed in week 10.
Husain Abdullah, FS, Kansas City, 7th season: Recorded two solo tackles and a quarterback hit in the Chiefs’ 29-13 defeat of Denver.
Deone Bucannon, LB, Arizona, 2nd season: Tallied seven tackles (4 solo)—including a sack—and 1 quarterback hit in the Cardinals’ 39-32 win against Seattle.
Xavier Cooper, DL, Cleveland, rookie: Posted one solo tackle in the Browns’ 30-9 loss to Pittsburgh.
John Fullington, G, Arizona, 1st season: Did not play; on injured reserve.
Brandon Gibson, WR, New England, 7th season: Did not play; on injured reserve.
Chris Ivory, RB, New York Jets, 6th season: Back to form with 99 yards gained on 18 carries in the Jets’ loss to Buffalo on Thursday. He also caught two passes on 3 targets for another 36 yards and tallied 1 solo tackle.
Travis Long, LB, Philadelphia, 2nd year: Did not play; on injured reserve.
Ropati Pitoitua, DE, Tennessee, 7th season: The Tacoma native was a healthy scratch from the Titans’ 27-10 fall to Carolina.
Jeff Tuel, QB, Jacksonville, 3rd season: Did not play; assigned to Jaguars practice squad.
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