Weekly review of Marshall Alumni in the NFL.
1. Ahmad Bradshaw, Running Back, New York Giants
Ahmad Bradshaw had a nice performance against the 49ers stingy defense, rushing for 116 yards on 27 carries with a touchdown. He also caught one pass for four yards as the New York Giants defeated San Francisco 26-3.
2. C.J Spillman, Safety, San Francisco 49ers
Playing special teams, C.J Spillman did not register a tackle in the 49ers loss to New York,
3. Doug Legursky, Guard/Center, Pittsburgh Steelers
Doug Legursky replaced Pittsburgh starting center Maurkice Pouncey after he was injured on the Steelers first offensive play from scrimmage. In a upset, the Tennessee Titans beat Pittsburgh 26-23 Thursday night.
4. Byron Leftwich, Quarterback, Pittsburgh Steelers
Byron Leftwich did not play as Steelers quarterback Ben Rothlisberger took every snap during Thursday’s loss against Tennessee.
5. Albert McClellan, Linebacker, Baltimore Ravens
Continuing to split time at outside linebacker with Courtney Upshaw and Paul Kruger, Albert McClellan was credited with two tackles during the Baltimore Ravens 31-29 win over the Dallas Cowboys.
6. Lee Smith, Tight End, Buffalo Bills
For the fifth straight week Lee Smith did not record a catch as his Buffalo Bills beat the Arizona Cardinals in overtime 19-16.
7. Randy Moss, Wide Receiver, San Francisco 49ers
For the first time this season Randy Moss lead the 49ers in receiving yards, catching two passes for 75 yards during Sunday’s loss to New York.
8. Vinny Curry, Defensive End, Philadelphia Eagles
For a sixth straight week, Vinny Curry was among the Philadelphia Eagles inactive players.
9. Mario Harvey, Linebacker, Indianapolis Colts
Mario Harvey recorded an assisted tackle on special teams during the Indianapolis Colts 35-9 loss to the New York Jets.
10. Chris Crocker, Safety, Cincinnati Bengals
In Sunday’s rivalry games against Cleveland, Chris Crocker was kept off the stat sheet as the Cincinnati Bengals fell to the Browns 34-24.