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Florida State NFL recap: Week 4

How did former ‘Noles now in the NFL perform in Week 4 of the season?

Denver Broncos v Tampa Bay Buccaneers Photo by Brian Blanco/Getty Images

Overseas, the Jacksonville Jaguars took on the Indianapolis Colts in London, England for the first abroad NFL game of the season. Jags DB Jalen Ramsey had four tackles with LB Telvin Smith adding eight of his own in the team’s first victory of the season. WR Rashad Greene caught one pass for eight yards and had a punt return long of 42 yards. For the losing Colts, DBs Antonio Cromarite and Patrick Robinson had four and three tackles respectively.

In Washington’s victory over Cleveland, K Dustin Hopkins went 1-1 with a 49 yard field goal and 4-4 on extra point attempts, extending his perfect mark to 21 straight kicks in 2016. RB Chris Thompson rushed three times for 24 yards and caught a touchdown pass.

Ronald Darby recorded three tackles and a pass deflection in Buffalo’s shutout win at New England.

In Atlanta, RB Devonta Freeman ran 13 times for 57 yards and a touchdown while recording another seven yards through the air. On the other, losing side for Carolina, WR Kelvin Benjamin had a touchdown of his own to go along with 39 yards on three catches. Panthers’ kicker Graham Gano converted his only attempt, a 54-yard field goal, while going 2-2 on extra point attempts.

In Baltimore, Ravens’ DT Timmy Jernigan made two tackles in a losing effort. For the winning Oakland Raiders, kicker Sebastian Janikowski attempted four extra points, making them all.

LB Dekoda Watson had three tackles in Denver’s victory at Tampa Bay. For the Buccaneers, QB Jameis Winston threw for 179 yards on 17-35 passing with two interceptions, adding a touchdown on the ground. Kicker Roberto Aguayo converted his only attempt on the game, an extra point attempt.

DB Lamarcus Joyner recorded four tackles in the Rams victory at Arizona.

LBs Lawrence Timmons and Vince Williams had three and 13 tackles respectively in the Steelers blowout win on Sunday night vs. Kansas City.

Still to come on Monday night is OL Bobby Hart on the New York Giants who will be facing DB Xavier Rhodes and the Minnesota Vikings.