It’s week 7 in the NFL and below are notes from some of the performances of the former ‘Cats in the pros.
Kevin Huber: The Bengals and Lions got in a bit of a shootout on Sunday. As such, Huber wasn’t as active as in previous weeks. He booted four punts for an average of 47.3 yards and a long of 50.
Kenbrell Thompkins: Rob Gronkowski was back in pads for New England, which meant a drop in targets for everyone else in the Patriots’ passing game. That includes Kenbrell Thompkins. He was targeted just five times, catching two of the passes for 16 yards.
Brent Celek: With Nick Foles now the Eagles’ quarterback, Philly’s tight end again had a disappointing week. Of course, not many other offensive players were getting much done against that stout Cowboys defense. Celek himself had just one catch for nine yards on four targets.
Trent Cole: Pretty solid game for the Eagles, considering the opposing offense was on the field for over 36 minutes. He notched five total tackles against Dallas.
Connor Barwin: He posted similar numbers to Trent Cole, collecting four tackles including one behind the line of scrimmage and knocking down a pass.
John Hughes: He wasn’t overwhelmingly devastating against the Green Bay Packers but did get involved quite a bit on Sunday. He notched four tackles for the Browns.
Derek Wolfe: Despite the offensive flurry on Sunday night, the Bronco defensive end didn’t make much of an impact. He didn’t record a tackle and hit Andrew Luck just once.