Oklahoma State Cowboys in the NFL: Week 1


13 Former Oklahoma State Cowboys made NFL rosters this season, the biggest portion of them with the Cowboys of Dallas.

The first week of the young NFL season is now officially in the books, so let’s see how active Oklahoma State players fared in the past week’s action.

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  • Dan Bailey – K – Dallas Cowboys

    Bailey had yet another perfect night during the Cowboys’ ridiculous and thrilling last-second win over the NY Giants, hitting field goals of 21 and 32 yards while also making all three of his extra points.

    Dez Bryant – WR – Dallas Cowboys

    Bryant ended up exiting the game early with whats now been diagnosed as a broken foot that will keep him out 4-6 weeks. Before the injury, he grabbed five receptions for 48 yards.

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    Joseph Randle – RB – Dallas Cowboys

    Randle was effective in his first game as the Cowboys’ starter at running back, rushing for 65 yards on 16 attempts while also pulling in three receptions for 42 yards.

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    Tyler Patmon – CB – Dallas Cowboys

    Patmon had a solid game in his start for the Cowboys, posting four total tackles, and surprisingly, two kickoff returns for 26 yards.

    Brandon Weeden – QB – Dallas Cowboys

    Weeden was available as the Cowboys’ backup QB, but was not needed in the win.

    Antonio Smith – DE – Denver Broncos

    The veteran defensive end made a few pays for the Broncos during their 19-13 victory at home over the Baltimore Ravens, totaling two tackles.

    Brandon Pettigrew – TE – Detroit Lions

    Pettigrew continues to be overlooked in the passing game after a strong first few seasons in Detroit, as he failed to post a single reception and was only targeted once during the Lions’ 33-28 loss on the road to San Diego. He also had a tackle on special teams.

    Lane Taylor – LG – Green Bay Packers

    Taylor was available but failed to enter the game for the Packers during their 31-23 win over the Bears in Chicago. Taylor played in every game for the Packers last season.

    Kevin Williams – DL – New Orleans Saints

    The veteran and Pro Bowl defense lineman finished with one tackle in the Saints’ 31-19 loss on the road to Arizona.

    Kendall Hunter – RB – San Francisco 49ers

    Hunter did not play in the 49ers’ 20-3 Monday Night Football victory over Minnesota.

    Russell Okung – OT – Seattle Seahawks

    Okung started at left tackle for the Seahawks, who lost 34-31 to the St. Louis Rams on the road in ovetime.

    Perrish Cox – CB – Tennessee Titans

    Cox recorded two tackles in the Titans’ 42-14 road win over Tampa Bay.

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