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NFL Noles: Week Two

A look at Florida State football players’ performance around the league.

NFL: Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans Steve Roberts-USA TODAY Sports

A look at how some Florida State Seminoles football players performed in week two (New Orleans Saints vs. Las Vegas Raiders is scheduled for tonight)

Carolina Panthers:

Brian Burns, DE

Notes: Burns played a good game, with four tackles and two tackles for loss.

Chicago Bears:

Mario Edwards, DE

Notes: Mario Edwards was active but did not record stats in week 2.

Eddie Goldman, DT

Notes: Eddie Goldman has opted out of the 2020 season.

Cincinatti Bengals:

Bobby Hart, OL

Notes: Bobby Hart started for the Bengals during Thursday’s loss.

Jacques Patrick , RB

Notes: Patrick is on the Bengals’ practice squad.

Auden Tate, WR

Notes: Auden Tate, a healthy scratch, did not play in week 2, causing his agent to float the idea of asking for a trade.

Dallas Cowboys:

Cameron Erving, OL

Notes: Erving did not play in week 2 after being placed on injured reserve.

Denver Broncos:

Trey Marshall, DB

Notes: Marshall saw limited snaps but recorded no stats.

DeMarcus Walker, DE

Notes: Walker saw limited snaps but recorded no stats.

Detroit Lions:

Christian Jones, LB

Notes: Christian Jones had a good game on Sunday, with four tackles.

Green Bay Packers:

Stanford Samuels III DB

Notes: Samuels III is currently on the Packers practice squad.

Houston Texans:

Roderick Johnson, LT

Notes: Roderick Johnson saw limited snaps in the Texans’ loss to Baltimore.

Indianapolis Colts:

Xavier Rhodes DB

Notes: Rhodes had a quiet game, with one pass defended.

Jacksonville Jaguars:

Timmy Jernigan, DT

Notes: Jernigan had a fairly uneventful game on Sunday, with just 2 assisted tackles

Chris Thompson RB

Notes: Chris Thompson had a good game with 20 yards and a touchdown through the air and 7 yards on the ground this Sunday, coming in clutch to tie the game 30-30 in the fourth (before an eventual Jags loss.)

Kansas City Chiefs:

Derrick Nnadi, DT

Notes: Nnadi was all over the field Sunday against the Chargers with one solo and 8 assisted tackles.

Los Angeles Chargers:

Derwin James, DB

Notes: Derwin James is currently in IR as of 2 weeks ago. He recently underwent a successful surgery to repair a meniscus tear and is expected to see the field at the start of the 2021 season.

Gabe Nabers, FB

Notes: Gabe Nabers started, but did not register any stats on Sunday.

Los Angeles Rams:

Cam Akers, RB

Notes: In the Rams 37-19 W against the Eagles on Sunday, Cam Akers suffered an injury to his ribs as he carried for 13 yards with 3 touches. Coach Sean McVay claims to have more information regarding the injury to be released on Monday before they head to Buffalo for Week 3.

Jalen Ramsey, DB

Notes: In week 2 we saw Jalen Ramsey have a fairly uneventful night with just one tackle.

Las Vegas Raiders:

Rodney Hudson, C

Notes: TBD

Lamarcus Joyner, DB

Notes: TBD

Minnesota Vikings:

Dalvin Cook, RB

Notes: Cook rushed for 63 yards and 1 TD on 14 carries, along with two receptions for 8 yards.

New England Patriots:

Terrence Brooks DB

Notes: Terrence Brooks had one tackle in the Patriots’ loss to the Seahawks.

Ryan Izzo TE

Notes: Izzo snagged two receptions for 19 yards.

New Orleans Saints:

Derrick Kelly, OL

Notes: TBD

Patrick Robinson, DB

Notes: TBD

P.J. Williams, CB

Notes: TBD

Jameis Winston, QB

Notes: TBD

New York Giants:

Graham Gano, K

Notes: In his second game back since December 2018 Graham Gano went 2 for 3 on field goals, with the longest being a 39-yarder.

Philadelphia Eagles:

Josh Sweat DE

Notes: Josh Sweat ended up with two tackles and one assist.

Pittsburgh Steelers:

Vince Williams, LB

Notes: Vince Williams played well against the Broncos in their Sunday night win with six solo tackles (three of which being for a loss)

Washington Football Team:

Ronald Darby, DB

Notes: Ronald Darby racked up three tackles in Washington’s loss to Arizona.

Dustin Hopkins, K

Notes: Hopkins didn’t miss in limited action against the Cardinals, going 1/1 on field goals.