Oklahoma State Cowboys in the NFL: Week 2


The second week of the NFL season wraps up tonight, so let’s see how active Oklahoma State players fared in the past week’s action, as tonight’s game featuring the Jets and Colts is lacking in the area of former Cowboys.

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  • Brandon Weeden – QB – Dallas Cowboys

    In what was probably one of the biggest storylines of Week Two, Weeden was forced to step in for an injured Tony Romo during a bizarre and ugly game on the road against the Philadelphia Eagles. Weeden did more than just preserve the lead, finding a streaking Terrance Williams for a 42-yard score for the Cowboys’ only offensive touchdown. Weeden finished 7-of-7 for 73 yards, and also had a nice nine yard scramble in what ended up being a 20-10 win. He will be behind center for at least another eight weeks until Romo can return.

    Dan Bailey – K – Dallas Cowboys

    Bailey remained perfect on the year, connecting on field goals from 28 and 20 yards out, while also converting both of his extra point attempts. He even earned an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty when he grabbed former teammate and Bedlam foe DeMarco Murray’s arm in a pretty great moment:

    Dez Bryant – WR – Dallas Cowboys

    Obviously Bryant didn’t play, and recently received some news on his injury that was nearly twice as long as the original prognosis.

    Joseph Randle – RB – Dallas Cowboys

    Randle had a mediocre performance in a mediocre game, running for 51 yards on 18 carries while also catching his only targeted pass for 14 yards.

    Tyler Patmon – CB – Dallas Cowboys

    Patmon didn’t record a tackle against the Eagles, but did finish with two passes deflected.

    Antonio Smith – DE – Denver Broncos

    The veteran defensive end recorded three tackles on the road in a 31-24 win against the Kansas City Chiefs, including a crucial sack.

    Brandon Pettigrew – TE – Detroit Lions

    Pettigrew missed the Lions’ 26-16 defeat on the road to Minnesota with a hamstring injury sustained the previous week against the San Diego Chargers.

    Lane Taylor – LG – Green Bay Packers

    Taylor was available but failed to enter the game for the Packers during their 27-17 win over the Seahawks at home. Taylor played in every game for the Packers last season and half of the 2015 preseason, but has failed to play so far this season.

    Kevin Williams – DL – New Orleans Saints

    Williams finished with two solo tackles in the Saints’ 26-19 loss at home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

    Kendall Hunter – RB – San Francisco 49ers

    Hunter failed to enter the game in a 43-18 road loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

    Russell Okung – OT – Seattle Seahawks

    Okung started at left tackle for the Seahawks in their road loss to the Packers.

    Perrish Cox – CB – Tennessee Titans

    Cox finished with two tackles and pass deflection during a 28-14 road loss to the Cleveland Browns.

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