Geno Smith led his Jets to victory over a quality opponent once again and Stedman Bailey and Tavon Austin lined up back deep to return kicks. Want to know what the rest of the WVU Pros did? Well, here you go.
Geno Smith - Smith and his Jets beat Tom Brady and the Pats in overtime Sunday, 30-27, off the foot of Nick Folk. Smith was 17-of-33 for 233 yards with a touchdown and an interception. He also ran six times for 32 yards and a score. On the final drive, Smith was 1-1 for 12 yards while leading the Jets to a solid ground game.
Tavon Austin - Austin led the Rams in receptions in their 30-15 loss to the Panthers Sunday. The WVU alum had five catches for 39 yards on the day. At one point he had a 63-yard touchdown but it was called back. Austin also had a fumble in the first quarter that the Panthers recovered. In the return game, Austin returned three punts for an average of 8.7 and two kicks for an average of 23.5.
Stedman Bailey - Bailey received his first touch of the season as he returned a kickoff for 26 yards. He also had a tackle on special teams.
Najee Goode - Goode had a tackle in the Eagles 17-3 loss to the Cowboys.
Keith Tandy - Tandy had two tackles in the Bucs 31-23 loss to the Falcons.
Adam PacMan Jones - Jones had 1 tackle for the Bengals in their 27-24 victory over the Lions. He also had a punt return for eight yards.
Darius Reynaud - Reynaud returned two punts for 0 yards. He also returned four kicks for an average of 18.3 yards in the Titans 31-17 loss to the 49ers. On the receiving end, Reynaud caught one pass for four yards.
Will Johnson - Johnson had a special teams tackle for the Steelers in their 19-16 win over the Ravens.
Pat McAfee - McAfee punted nine times, averaging 48.9 yards per punt and put six of them inside the 20 yard line for the Colts in their 39-33 victory over the Broncos. He also laid out Broncos returner Trindon Holliday to save a touchdown.
Bruce Irvin - Irvin recorded four tackles in the Seahawks 34-22 win over the Cardinals Thursday night. He also directly forced an interception by putting pressure on Carson Palmer.
Ryan Mundy and Selvish Capers will be in action tonight on Monday Night Football as the Giants take on the Vikings.
For your viewing pleasure, here’s McAfee’s hit on Holliday. This could be another reason why they call him BOOMSTICK. (NOTE: If it doesn’t work at first, click the photo.)