Adam Jones (Bengals) – Jones was kept out of Cincinnati’s game on Thursday night.
Reynaud (above) was the star of the show.
Robert Sands (Bengals) – Sands played some safety as a backup for Cincinnati. His biggest influence came on back-to-back plays, registering a tackle on the first and laying a big hit on a receiver to cause an incompletion on the next play.
Don Barclay (Packers) – After having a good showing at left guard last week, the former Mountaineer switched over to the right side for Green Bay on Thursday night.
Darius Reynaud (Titans) – After scoring two touchdowns in Week 1 (punt return and rush), Reynaud was arguably the best player for Tennessee, yet again. At running back, he ran the ball seven times for 75 yards, including breaking a big one for 39. A short time later, he returned a punt 35 yards and finished the game with two punt returns for 49 yards. And then on kickoffs, he returned one for 42 yards.
Najee Goode (Bucs) – The former Mountaineer linebacker played a good portion of the game for Tampa Bay, registering three tackles on the night.
Keith Tandy (Bucs) – Joining Goode on the field Friday night, Tandy registered a pair of tackles and was responsible for breaking up a pass as well. The next play, he laid a big hit to break up another pass.
Corey McIntyre (Bills) – As is usually the case, McIntyre started at fullback for Buffalo, but did not touch the ball during the game. However, he did collect one tackle on special teams.
Owen Schmitt (Raiders) – Schmitt lined up at fullback for the Raiders and caught one pass for three yards on Friday night.
Brandon Hogan (Panthers) – Hogan was listed as inactive by Carolina before the game.
Steve Slaton (Dolphins) – Slaton led the Dolphins in rushing on the night with four carries for 22 yards. He also caught one pass for another six.