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Tracking the former LSU Tigers in the NFL: Week 3



A weekly team-by-team update on how former LSU Tigers are doing in the NFL.

ARIZONA CARDINALS:

The Cardinals lost to the Saints 31-7. Tyrann Mathieu started at defensive back and recorded 10 tackles, one pass deflection and intercepted a Drew Brees pass in the end zone. Patrick Peterson started at cornerback and recorded two tackles. He also has one rush for 11 yards, one reception for -2 yards and returned two punts for 15 yards. Kevin Minter was inactive. Curtis Taylor was signed to the practice squad.

BALTIMORE RAVENS:

The Ravens defeated the Texans 30-9. Marcus Spears played at defensive tackle and recorded three tackles, two of them behind the line of scrimmage.

BUFFALO BILLS:

The Bills lost to the Jets 27-20. Kyle Williams started at defensive tackle and recorded two tackles and one quarterback hurry. Rob Brooks was inactive with a foot injury.

CAROLINA PANTHERS:

The Panthers defeated the Giants 38-0. Brandon LaFell caught three passes for 53 yards, including touchdown receptions of 16 and 20 yards apiece. He also recorded one tackle.

CHICAGO BEARS:

The Bears defeated the Steelers 40-23. Craig Steltz played but accumulated no stats and Michael Ford was inactive.

CINCINATI BENGALS:

The Bengals defeated the Packers 34-30. Andrew Whitworth started at left tackle. The Bengals rushed for 82 yards and quarterback Andy Dalton was sacked four times.

CLEVELAND BROWNS:

The Browns defeated the Vikings 31-27. Barkevious Mingo recorded four tackles, two of which went for a loss. He also registered his second sack of the season and a quarterback hurry. Chris Faulk remains on the physically unable to perform list.

DALLAS COWBOYS:

The Cowboys defeated the Rams 31-7. Morris Claiborne started at cornerback and recorded two tackles and a pass deflection. Danny McCray made one special teams tackle.

DENVER BRONCOS:

The Broncos defeated the Raiders 37-21. Trindon Holliday returned three punts for a total of 34 yards, including a long of 20.

HOUSTON TEXANS:

The Texans lost to the Ravens 30-9. Sam Montgomery was inactive for the game.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS:

The Colts defeated the 49ers 27-7. Kelvin Sheppard recorded three tackles, one for a loss, and one pass deflection. Ricky Jean-Francois played but accumulated no stats, and LaRon Landy missed the game due to an ankle injury.

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS:

The Chiefs defeated the Eagles 26-16. Tyson Jackson started at defensive end and recorded two tackles. Dwayne Bowe started at wide receiver and made one catch for four yards.

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS:

The Patriots defeated the Buccaneers 23-3. Stevan Ridley rushed 11 times for 35 yards and caught one pass for eight yards.

NEW YORK GIANTS:

The Giants lost to the Panthers 38-0. Reuben Randle caught two passes for a team-high 40 yards. Corey Webster missed the game due to a hip injury.

OAKLAND RAIDERS:

The Raiders lost to the Broncos 37-21. Matt Flynn went 1-for-2 with 19 yards passing after entering the game in the fourth quarter.

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES:

The Eagles lost to the Chiefs 26-16. Donnie Jones punted four times averaging 37.0 yards per punt. He put two punts inside the 20-yard line and had a long for 41 yards. Bennie Logan played but accumulated no stats.

PITTSBURGH STEELERS:

The Steelers lost to the Bears 40-23. Ryan Clark started at safety and recorded three tackles. Al Woods played but accumulated no stats.

ST. LOUIS RAMS:

The Rams lost to the Cowboys 31-7. Joe Barksdale started on the offensive line. The Rams rushed for 35 yards and quarterback Sam Bradford got sacked six times. Michael Brockers started at defensive tackle and recorded three tackles.

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS:

The Chargers lost to the Titans 20-17. Brandon Taylor was inactive. Drake Nevis was released.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS:

The 49ers lost to the Colts 27-7. Eric Reid started at safety and recorded five tackles and one pass deflection. Glenn Dorsey recorded one tackle.

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS:

The Seahawks defeated the Jaguars 45-17. Spencer Ware was inactive for the game and Tharold Simon remains on the physically unable to perform list.

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS:

The Buccaneers lost to the Patriots 23-3. Russell Shepard played but accumulated no stats. Jacob Cutrera remains on injured reserve.

TENNESSEE TITANS:

The Titans defeated the Chargers 20-17. Lavar Edwards was
inactive for the game.
WASHINGTON REDSKINS:

The Redskins lost to the Lions 27-20. Perry Riley started at linebacker and recorded 10 tackles, one tackle for loss, two quarterback hurries and one pass deflection.


















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Thank you for putting it all the LSU Tigers in the NFL together in one spot. That is a lot of work





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quote:

Kevin Minter was inactive


I wish like hell he had stayed for his senior year. This team would be money.






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rantfan
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Yep now i m depressed





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quote:

Perry Riley started at linebacker and recorded 10 tackles, one tackle for loss, two quarterback hurries and one pass deflection.


Proud of Riley. I thought he could be ok in the NFL, but he's much more than that. Playing very well.






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Minter would've sured up that lb problem





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This post was edited on 12/8 at 1:51 pm


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quote:

I wish like hell he had stayed for his senior year. This team would be money.


LSU would certainly matched some of the greatest college defenses of all time if those early departures who were drafted lower than the first round would have stuck around for their senior campaigns over the last few years. And still we have no reason to fear my good man! The Chief seems to have put the pieces together for the SEC run and these Tigers are still very under rated gong into the Geo game. Even though he is the great white hope, I am afraid that Welter will most likely be demoted to back up duty once the right youngster gets the playbook down pat since the Mike Backer is so instrumental in getting things set right and all. So you see, even more improvements are on the way. I am absolutely not worried about the defense now that the offense is truly competent for the first time in six years.

Also, congrats to the Honey Badger for totaling ten tackles and a pick. I missed the game but after seeing the score, I can only imagine that Breez picked on him so I hope that he didn't look too bad and give up too many yards on the completions that he ended up getting tackles off of. I guess that getting schooled by Drew isn't really anything for a rookie to be too embarrassed about.

Thanks to Nola for posting this one.






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Thanks for taking the time to put that together





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Forgot about Keiland Williams with the Redskins you scumbag!





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AlwysATgr
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Great work in the OP. Many thanks!





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LSUQB66676811
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Thanks again. Keep up the good work.





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BayouTigers4Life
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Nice work. I enjoy this thread every week.





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LSUtigers111
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Tigers on 24 NFL teams





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NOLATiger4321.

Thanks.






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Split2874
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Honey Badger did ok He was matched up against Graham most of the game and he did the best he could do consider he is about half Jimmy's size.

I think he is going to turn out to be a solid NFL player






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NOLAbaby
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Brad Wing, whereyat?






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