Tuesday, December 09, 2014

UConn in NFL: Week 14 report

It was a pretty quiet week for UConn products in the NFL unless you count Sio Moore calling out San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick on instagram, Blidi Wreh-Wilson likely heading to injured reserve after separating his shoulder or Donald Brown drawing the ire of his own fan base for stepping out of bounds after catching a short pass in the final 2 minutes of the first half. As for the most noteworthy performances of the week, Jordan Todman is now second in the NFL in kickoff return yards after  returning four kickoffs for 111 yards, Danny Lansanah had another strong game and Ryan Griffin had his longest catch of the season.

Will Beatty, OT New York Giants: Started in 36-7 win over Tennessee
Donald Brown, RB San Diego: Had five catches for 49 yards in 23-14 loss to New England
Darius Butler, CB Indianapolis: Had four tackles and a pass breakup in 25-24 win over Cleveland
Marcus Easley, WR Buffalo: Did not have reception or tackle in 24-17 loss to Denver
Dwayne Gratz, CB Jacksonville: Had three tackles in 27-13 loss to Houston
Ryan Griffin, TE Houston: Had 25-yard reception in 27-13 win over Jacksonville
Danny Lansanah, LB Tampa Bay: Had team-high eight tackles including tackle for loss in 34-17 loss to Detroit
Robert McClain, CB Atlanta: Had seven tackles in 43-37 loss to Green Bay
Sio Moore, LB Oakland: Had one tackle in 24-13 win over San Francisco
Dan Orlovsky, QB, Detroit: Did not play in 34-17 win over Tampa Bay
Kendall Reyes, DT San Diego: Had three tackles in 23-14 loss to New England
Anthony Sherman, FB Kansas City: Had two catches for eight yards in 24-17 loss to Arizona
Shamar Stephen, DT Minnesota: Had three tackles in 30-24 win over New York Jets as he made his third start in a row
Jordan Todman, RB Jacksonville: Had 11 yards on three carries, a 5-yard reception and 111 yards on four kickoff returns in 27-13 loss to Houston
Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB Tennessee: Had one tackle before leaving with shoulder injury in 36-7 loss to New York Giants


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