Monday, September 19, 2016

Broncos in the NFL--Week Two

Here's a look at how former Broncos did this weekend:

Jay Ajayi, running back of the Miami Dolphins, had five carries for 14 yards and four catches for 31 yards in loss to New England.

Ryan Clady, tackle of the New York Jets, started and helped the Jets beat Buffalo.

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

Tyrone Crawford, starting defensive tackle for Dallas, had one solo tackle, a sack and a tackle for loss in Cowboy win.

George Iloka, starting safety for Cincinnati, had four tackles, three of them solo, with a pass deflection in loss to Pittsburgh.

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

Charles Leno, tackle for the Bears, played as Chicago lost on Monday night.

Doug Martin, running back for Tampa Bay, had seven carries for 23 yards in loss to Arizona.  Martin passed former Dallas Cowboy great Walt Garrison and two others and now ranks #208 all-time in the NFL with 3,891 career rushing yards.  Martin is now 52 yards shy of former Pittsburgh Steeler great Barry Foster for #206.

Shea McClellin, linebacker for New England, had two tackles, one of them solo, in win over Miami.

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 the Colts.

Orlando Scandrick, starting cornerback for Dallas, had four solo tackles in win over Washington.

Jamar Taylor, starting cornerback for Cleveland, had three solo tackles in loss to Baltimore.

Darian Thompson, reserve safety for the New York Giants, had four solo tackles in win over New Orleans.

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

Billy Winn, backup defensive end with Denver, had s solo tackle in win over Indianapolis.

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