May 21, 2024

A look at the NFL outcomes involving former Florida State players during Week 9:

– Thursday Night Football: Pittsburgh Steelers 20, Tennessee Titans 16
– No former Seminoles participated in this game.

– Kansas City Chiefs 21, Miami Dolphins 14 (in Germany)
– Derrick Nnadi, the defensive tackle for the Chiefs, started but did not record any statistics.
– Jalen Ramsey, a cornerback for the Dolphins, started and had four solo tackles.

– Minnesota Vikings 31, Atlanta Falcons 28
– Cam Akers, the running back for the Vikings, rushed eight times for 25 yards, including a 19-yard run. He also caught three passes for 13 yards, with an 11-yard reception. Additionally, he was sacked for a loss of seven yards as a passer. Unfortunately, Akers suffered a season-ending Achilles injury, marking the second such injury of his career.

– Baltimore Ravens 37, Seattle Seahawks 3
– Ronald Darby, the Ravens’ cornerback, played but did not register any statistics.
– Mario Edwards Jr., a defensive lineman for the Seahawks, recorded a solo tackle and a tackle for loss.

– Cleveland Browns 27, Arizona Cardinals 0
– Dustin Hopkins, the Browns’ kicker, successfully made all three extra-point attempts and connected on 2-of-3 field goal attempts. He made kicks from 30 and 45 yards but missed wide-left on a 48-yard attempt.

– Green Bay Packers 20, Los Angeles Rams 3
– Keir Thomas, a defensive end/linebacker for the Rams, is currently on their practice squad.

– Houston Texans 39, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 37
– No former Seminoles were involved in this game.

– Washington Commanders 20, New England Patriots 17
– No former Seminoles participated in this game.

– New Orleans Saints 24, Chicago Bears 17
– Jameis Winston, the Saints’ quarterback, was active but did not see action. Cameron Erving, an offensive tackle, is on their practice squad.
– For the Bears, DeMarcus Walker, a defensive end, played but did not record any statistics.

– Indianapolis Colts 27, Carolina Panthers 13
– For the Panthers, Brian Burns, a defensive end, started and tallied four tackles, including two solo tackles and a tackle for loss. However, Burns suffered a concussion during the game. Jammie Robinson, a safety, had three tackles, including a solo tackle.

Can NY Jets' Jermaine Johnson make a pass rushing leap in 2023?

– Las Vegas Raiders 30, New York Giants 6
– Janarius Robinson is on the Raiders’ practice squad.
– Jashaun Corbin, a running back for the Giants, was inactive. Kicker Graham Gano was placed on injured reserve and is set to undergo knee surgery.

– Philadelphia Eagles 28, Dallas Cowboys 23
– For the Eagles, Josh Sweat, a defensive end, started and had four tackles, including two solo tackles. He also recorded a sack for 11 yards on the final drive, a tackle for loss, and a quarterback hurry. Roderick Johnson, an offensive tackle, is on injured reserve.

– Sunday Night Football: Cincinnati Bengals 24, Buffalo Bills 18
– No former Seminoles were involved in this game.

– Monday Night Football: Los Angeles Chargers 27, New York Jets 6
– For the Chargers, Asante Samuel Jr. and Derwin James both started. James led the Chargers with 10 tackles, including seven solo tackles, and had a fumble recovery. Samuel Jr. finished with four solo tackles.

Transaction: Derwin James Jr. Signs Multi-Year Extension
– Dalvin Cook, a running back for the Jets, had two rushes for seven yards and a 1-yard reception. Jermaine Johnson II, a defensive end, started, and he contributed with a pair of tackles, including a solo tackle, a sack for 4.5 yards, and three quarterback hurries. Linebacker Hamsah Nasirildeen is on injured reserve for the Jets.

Teams on Bye: Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, San Francisco 49ers.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *