Buckeyes In The NFL: Week 10
James Laurinaitis (Getty/G Newman Lowrance)
BuckeyeSports.com
Posted Nov 12, 2013


Keep tabs on the Buckeyes in the pro ranks in this update. Terrelle Pryor, Donte Whitner and James Laurinaitis were among those who donned the Scarlet and Gray who had solid performances in Week 10.

Atlanta Falcons

Atlanta lost to Seattle, 33-10. Wide receiver Brian Robiskie was inactive for the third consecutive week.

Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore beat Cincinnati, 20-17, in overtime. Linebacker John Simon was inactive.

Carolina Panthers

Carolina beat San Francisco, 10-9. Wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. did not start but played in 39 percent of offensive snaps and 37 percent of specials teams snaps. He was targeted four times and caught two passes for 19 yards. He returned three punts for 65 yards and two kickoffs for 42 yards.

Tight end Ben Hartsock made his first start of the season but failed to record a catch. He played in 39 percent of offensive snaps and 41 percent of special teams snaps.

Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati lost to Baltimore, 20-17, in overtime. Kicker Mike Nugent started and played in 23 percent of special teams snaps. He made a 32-yard field goal and missed a 42-yarder wide left. He converted both of his PAT attempts, and one of his three kickoffs resulted in a touchback.

Wide receiver Dane Sanzenbacher did not start but played in six percent of offensive snaps. He did not make a catch.

Cleveland Browns

Cleveland did not play. Offensive lineman Reid Fragel returns to action next week at Cincinnati.

Denver Broncos

Denver beat San Diego, 28-20. Offensive lineman Justin Boren is on injured reserve.

Detroit Lions

Detroit beat Chicago, 21-19. Offensive lineman Rob Sims started and played in 100 percent of offensive snaps and 16 percent of special teams snaps. Detroit rushed 26 times for 145 yards and gave up no sacks.

Green Bay Packers

Green Bay lost to Philadelphia, 27-13. Linebacker A.J. Hawk started and played in 100 percent of defensive snaps. He made a team-high seven tackles, including two tackles for loss.

Defensive lineman Ryan Pickett started and played in 36 percent of defensive snaps. He did not make a tackle.

Tight end Jake Stoneburner played in 44 percent of special teams snaps.

Houston Texans

Houston lost to Arizona, 27-24. Wide receiver DeVier Posey did not start but played in 57 percent of offensive snaps. He was targeted six times and made three catches for 34 yards.

Indianapolis Colts

Indianapolis lost to St. Louis, 38-8. Running back Dan “Boom” Herron did not start but played in nine percent of offensive snaps and 54 percent of special teams snaps. He carries the ball once for no gain and caught one pass for 57 yards. He also returned one kickoff for 13 yards.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Jacksonville beat Tennessee, 29-27. Offensive lineman Michael Brewster made his first start of the season and played in 100 percent of offensive snaps. Jacksonville rushed 30 times for 54 yards and gave up three sacks for 20 yards.

Miami Dolphins

Miami lost to Tampa Bay, 22-19. Wide receiver Brian Hartline started and played in 95 percent of offensive snaps. He was targeted eight times and caught five passes for 57 yards.

Linebacker Austin Spitler did not start but played in 76 percent of special teams snaps. He made one tackle.

New England Patriots

New England did not play. Safety Nate Ebner returns to action next week at Carolina.

New Orleans Saints

New Orleans beat Dallas, 49-17. Safety Malcolm Jenkins was inactive for the second week in a row due to a knee injury. Defensive lineman Will Smith is on injured reserve.

New York Giants

The New York Giants beat Oakland, 24-20. Offensive lineman Jim Cordle started and played in 100 percent of offensive snaps and 14 percent of special teams snaps. The Giants rushed 38 times for 133 yards and one touchdown and gave up three sacks for 22 yards.

Defensive lineman Johnathan Hankins did not start but played in 25 percent of offensive snaps. He made two tackles.

New York Jets

The New York Jets did not play. Wide receiver Santonio Holmes and offensive lineman Nick Mangold return to action next week at Buffalo.

Oakland Raiders

Oakland lost to the New York Giants, 24-20. Quarterback Terrelle Pryor started and played 100 percent of offensive snaps. He completed 11 of 26 passes for 122 yards, no touchdowns and one interception. He rushed five times for 19 yards and one touchdown and lost one fumble. He was also flagged once for intentional grounding.

Cornerback Chimdi Chekwa did not start but played in 71 percent of special teams snaps.

Philadelphia Eagles

Philadelphia beat Green Bay, 27-13. Safety Kurt Coleman did not start but played in 56 percent of special teams snaps.

Pittsburgh Steelers

Pittsburgh beat Buffalo, 23-10. Offensive lineman Mike Adams started at tight end. He reported as an eligible receiver 27 times and played in 41 percent of offensive snaps and 17 percent of special teams snaps. He did not make a catch, being used primarily as a run-blocker in two-tight end sets.

Safety Will Allen did not start but played in 48 percent of defensive snaps and 60 percent of special teams snaps. He made one tackle.

Defensive lineman Cameron Heyward started and played in 85 percent of defensive snaps and 30 percent of special teams snaps. He finished with six tackles, including one sack for 11 yards.

St. Louis Rams

St. Louis beat Indianapolis, 38-8. Linebacker James Laurinaitis started and played in 86 percent of defensive snaps. He finished with a team-high eight tackles and also made an interception, which he returned 9 yards. He left the game late in the fourth quarter after sustaining a cut to his head during a goal-line stand, ultimately needing stitches to repair the wound.

Long snapper Jake McQuaide played in 42 percent of special teams snaps.

San Francisco 49ers

San Francisco lost to Carolina, 10-9. Offensive lineman Alex Boone started and played in 100 percent of offensive snaps and 11 percent of special teams snaps. He was flagged once for holding. The 49ers rushed 24 times for 105 yards and allowed six sacks for 45 yards.

Safety Donte Whitner started and played in 100 percent of defensive snaps. He made six tackles and forced a fumble.

Washington Redskins

Washington lost to Minnesota, 34-27. Defensive lineman Doug Worthington is on injured reserve.


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