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Aggies in the NFL: Week 2

September 17, 2013
Courtesy: Texas A&M Athletics
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A look at Texas A&M players in the NFL and their performances in week two of the regular season:


Martellus Bennett  /  TE  /  Chicago Bears  /  #83
def. Vikings, 31-30

    Martellus Bennett scored two touchdowns, including the game-winner with 10 seconds left in the fourth quarter, off of seven receptions for 76 yards in the Bears’ last-second win over the Minnesota Vikings.

Michael Bennett  /  DL  /  Seattle Seahawks  /  #72
def. 49ers, 29-3

    Michael Bennett had four tackles and one sack in his 2013 debut as the Seahawks easily defeated the 49ers, 29-3.

Red Bryant  /  DL  /  Seattle Seahawks  /  #79
def. 49ers, 29-3

    In his second start of the season, Red Bryant contributed two tackle to the Seahawks win over San Francisco.

Randy Bullock  /  PK  /  Houston Texans  /  #4
def. Titans, 30-24 (OT)

    Randy Bullock kicked a 41-yard field goal and sank all four of his extra point attempts in the Texans’ overtime victory over the Tennessee Titans.

Cyrus Gray  /  RB  /  Kansas City Chiefs  /  #32
def. Cowboys, 17-16

    Gray saw limited action in the Chiefs' 1-point win over the Cowboys at Arrowhead Stadium.

Luke Joeckel  /  OL  /  Jacksonville Jaguars  /  #76
lost to Raiders, 19-9

    Joeckel made his second career start in his rookie season with the Jaguars last Sunday. Jacksonville fell short to the Raiders in Oakland, 9-19.

Johnny Jolly  /  DL  /  Green Bay Packers  /  #97
def. Redskins, 38-20

    Johnny Jolly had a combined three tackles in the Packers’ home debut of the season. The Pack handedly defeated RGIII and the Redskins, 38-20.

Shane Lechler  /  P  /  Houston Texans  /  #9
def. Titans, 30-24 (OT)

    Shane Lechler kept the Tennesse Titans inside their own 20 on five of his seven punts. Lechler accumulated 300 yards punting with a long of 61 and an average of 48.3 yards.

Damontre Moore  /  DL  /  New York Giants  /  #98
lost to Broncos, 41-23

    Moore saw action but did not record stats in the Giants' 18-point loss to the Broncos at Met Life Stadium.

Don Muhlbach  /  DS  /  Detroit Lions  /  #48
lost to Cardinals, 25-21

    Mulhbach was the team's deep snapper in the Lions' 4-point loss to the Cardinals in Glendale.

Ryan Tannehill  /  QB  /  Miami Dolphins  /  #17
def. Colts, 24-20

    Tannehill led the Dolphins to a 24-20 win over the Colts, throwing for 319 yards and a touchdown on 23 completions.


Dennis Allen  /  Head Coach  /  Oakland Raiders

    Allen's Raiders (1-1) topped the Jacksonville Jaguars 19-9 in the home opener at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.

Gary Kubiak  /  Head Coach  /   Houston Texans

    Kubiak and the Texans (2-0) rallied to take down the Tennessee Titans 30-24 in overtime at Reliant Stadium.


Aggies on NFL rosters who did not see Week 2 action:

Ben Bass  /  DL  /  Dallas Cowboys  /  #79  (reserve)
Danny Gorrer  /  DB  /  Tampa Bay Buccaneers  /  #36  (reserve)
Tony Jerod-Eddie  /  DE  /  San Francisco 49ers  /  #63
Patrick Lewis  /  OL  /  Cleveland Browns  /  #60
Christine Michael  /  RB  /  Seattle Seahawks  /  #33
Jordan Pugh  /  DB  /  Washington Redskins  /  #32
Cody Wallace  /  OL  /  Pittsburgh Steelers  /  #72

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