In just his second game back, the receiver had the most productive day of his NFL career, catching eight passes on 11 targets for 125 yards. One of those grabs, an 8-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter, brought the Bears to within striking distance of Tennessee.
Despite Wilson’s two spectacular catches of 20-plus yards in Chicago’s ill-fated final drive, the Bears fell to the Titans, 27-21.
He saw limited action for his 2016 debut the prior week, but did catch one pass for 35 yards.
Arizona’s Deone Bucannon was again limited in practice leading up to the Cardinals’ 38-19 loss to Atlanta, but managed five tackles (4 solo).
Jacksonville running back Chris Ivory scored on a two-yard plunge in the Jaguars’ 28-21 loss to Buffalo, part of a 9 carry, 44 yard rushing day. He also caught one pass on 1 target for 11 yards.
Two former Cougs had quiet Thanksgivings—at least on the gridiron—as Detroit guard Joe Dahl was not activated for the Thursday contest and Dallas receiver Vince Mayle had no recorded stats in the Cowboys’ 31-26 win against Washington.
Cleveland’s Xavier Cooper posted three stops (1 solo) in the Browns’ 27-13 fall to the New York Giants, while Philadelphia’s Destiny Vaeao had no recorded stats in the Eagles' 27-13 loss to Green Bay on Monday.
NFL Cougar Highlights: Week 12
Cougfan Top Stories
June Daugherty: So proud of relentless CougsWASHINGTON STATE’S fourth quarter — and road trip — magic finally ran out on Wednesday, but coach June Daugherty was able to see the bigger picture in the wake of defeat. “It’s…
CougfanYesterday at 6:35 PM
The changing needs in Cougar hoopsERNIE KENT’S decision to remake his Washington State basketball staff seems to have generated one primary question among the crimson faithful (what great recruiters can he bring in…
CougfanYesterday at 3:45 PM
What Cougs are getting in Texas verbalNEW COUGAR VERBAL TYREE WILSON is taller than we thought, and we thought he was 6-4. In a CF.C conversation with his coach at West Rusk High in West London, Texas, about two hours…
CougfanYesterday at 1:46 PM
WR Robert Lewis ready to be 'that guy' at WSUROBERT LEWIS has 117 career catches at Washington State -- that's a lot but he'd need a big season to climb into the top 50 on the all-time Pac-12 receiving list. That's exactly…
CougfanYesterday at 11:55 AM
VERBAL: Texas defender says he's gone crimsonTYREE WILSON, a 6-4, 224-pounder out of New London, Texas, tweeted out Monday night that he had verbally committed to Washington State.
CougfanTuesday at 11:58 PM