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'Eers in the NFL - Week 10

Darius Reynaud, TEN - Reynaud carried the ball four times for 15 yards, brought a kick back 19 yards and returned four punts for 56 yards.

Irvin now leads all rookies with seven sacks.

Adam Jones, CIN - Jones played excellent defense for the Bengals, registered five tackles and a game-high three pass deflections. He also returned two punts for 77 yards, one of which was for 68 yards and put Cincinnati at the Giant's 11-yard line. They scored 18 seconds later.

Corey McIntyre, BUF - McIntyre started at fullback and played special teams for the Bills. He recorded one tackle in what was his 100th career NFL game.

Najee Goode, TB - Goode was listed as inactive just before the game.

Keith Tandy, TB - For the first time in weeks, Tandy was on the active roster Sunday. He played mostly on special teams, but did not record any official statistics.

Owen Schmitt, OAK - Schmitt was awarded the starting spot this week for the Raiders, but did not record any official statistics in Oakland's blowout loss.

J.T. Thomas, CHI - Thomas played a lot of special teams for the Bears. Although he did not record any official statistics, he did recover a surprise onside kick attempt for the Bears.

Pat McAfee, IND - McAfee booted six kickoffs into the end zone, five of which stayed there for touchbacks. He also punted three times, pinning the Jaguars inside their own 10-yard line twice. The third was a 57-yard bomb that completely flipped the field - from Indianapolis's 22 to Jacksonville's 21.

Ellis Lankster, NYJ - Lankster had an excellent game, recording five tackles, a sack and a forced fumble for the Jets. Still, he wasn't even the best former Mountaineer in the game.

Bruce Irvin, SEA - Irvin had two tackles, both of which were sacks. They each came on 3rd down and long, forcing the Jets into a punt. He now has seven sacks on the season, placing him first in the NFL among rookies.

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