Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Former Boise State Broncos in the NFL--Week 16

Jamar Taylor's interception helped Cleveland to its first win of the season, while Jay Ajayi ran wild again to highlight Boise State performances in the NFL:

Jay Ajayi, running back of the Dolphins, rambled for 32 carries for 206 yards and a touchdown and caught a pass for 3 yards to lead Miami to victory, their 10th win in 15 tries.

Ryan Clady, starting tackle of the New York Jets, is on the injured reserve list.

Kamalei Correa, linebacker for Baltimore, did not play

Tyrone Crawford, starting defensive tackle for Dallas, had no statistics in Cowboy win.

George Iloka, starting safety for Cincinnati, had six tackles, three of them solo, in Bengal loss.

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

Charles Leno, tackle for the Bears, saw Chicago lose.

Doug Martin, running back for Tampa Bay, did not play after helping his team to a 5-1 record since his return from injury.  The Bucs lost--can't blame Martin.

Shea McClellin, linebacker for New England, had 2 tackles as the Patriots are now 13-2.

Kellen Moore, quarterback for Dallas, is on the injured reserve list.

Reed Odhiambo, the backup left guard for Seattle, saw the Seahawks lose.

Matt Paradis, starting center for Denver, played as the Broncos lost.

Orlando Scandrick, cornerback for Dallas, had five tackles, four of them solo, as Dallas moved to 13-2.

Jamar Taylor, starting cornerback for Cleveland, had five solo tackles, two of them solo, with a tackle for loss, an interception that he returned for 17 yards, and three pass deflections in Brown win.

Darian Thompson, reserve safety for the New York Giants, is injured.

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

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

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