Monday, September 12, 2016

Broncos in the NFL--Week One

It's opening week in the NFL, and here is a look at how former Boise State Broncos in the league fared:

Jay Ajayi, running back of the Miami Dolphins, was kept in Miami and did not play.

Ryan Clady, tackle of the New York Jets, started and lost to Cincinnati.

Kamalei Correa, linebacker for Baltimore, had no statistics as the Ravens defeated Buffalo.

Tyrone Crawford, starting defensive tackle for Dallas, had two solo tackles in the Cowboys' loss to the Giants.

George Iloka, starting safety for Cincinnati, had four tackles, two of them solo, in the Bengal win over the Jets.

DeMarcus Lawrence, defensive end for Dallas, had no statistics in the Cowboy loss.

Charles Leno, tackle for the Bears, started in loss to the Texans.

Doug Martin, running back for Tampa bay, 18 for 62 yards and caught five passes for 34 yards in Tampa Bay's win over Atlanta.  Martin moved eight positions to #211 on the all-time NFL rushing list.

Shea McClellin, linebacker for New England, had two solo tackles in win over Arizona.

Kellen Moore, quarterback for Dallas, is on the injured reserve list and did not play.

Reed Odhiambo, is the backup left guard for Seattle.

Matt Paradis, starting center for Denver, helped the Broncos defeat Carolina.

Orlando Scandrick, starting cornerback for Dallas, three solo tackles and a sack in the Cowboy loss.

Jamar Taylor, starting cornerback for Cleveland, had five solo tackles in the Brown's loss to Philadelphia.

Darian Thompson, reserve safety for the New York Giants, had three tackles, two of them solo, in the Giant win over Dallas.

Kyle Wilson, cornerback for New Orleans, is on injured reserve.

Billy Winn, backup defensive end with Denver, had no statistics in Bronco win.

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