December 11, 2018

Buckeyes in the NFL – Week 14


Bosa and the Bolts best Bengals

Since returning from injury, the Big Bear has been a beast. The former Buckeye recorded a sack among a half dozen stops Sunday vs. Cincinnati (Image courtesy: @Chargers)

Thomas sets the Standard

Michael Thomas has established a new NFL mark for most career receptions in his first three seasons. He finished Sunday’s game with 11 grabs for 98 yards in the Saints’ come-from-behind win over Tampa Bay. (Image courtesy: @Saints)

🔥Hottest of the Hotboys🔥

Ezekiel Elliott racked up 113 yards on the ground and another 79 receiving in the OT win over Philly  (Image courtesy:


Seven Buckeyes/Saints – 2018 NFC South Division Champs


Active Buckeyes on 2018 NFL Team Rosters

AFC East

Miami Dolphins
Jerome Baker (2015-17)
Raekwon McMillan (2014-16)

New England Patriots
Nate Ebner (2009-11)
John Simon (2009-12)

AFC North

Cincinnati Bengals
Sam Hubbard (2015-17)
Billy Price (2014-17)
Adolphus Washington (2012-15)

Cleveland Browns
Denzel Ward (2015-17)

Pittsburgh Steelers
Cameron Heyward (2007-10)
Ryan Shazier (2011-13)

AFC South

Indianapolis Colts
Malik Hooker (2015-16)
Tyquan Lewis (2014-17)

Jacksonville Jaguars
Andrew Norwell (2010-13)
Carlos Hyde (2010-13)

AFC West

Denver Broncos
Jeff Heuerman (2011-14)
Bradley Roby (2011-13)

Los Angeles Chargers
Joey Bosa (2013-15)

Oakland Raiders
Gareon Conley (2014-16)
Mike Nugent (2001-04)
Johnathan Hankins (2010-12)

NFC East

Dallas Cowboys
Noah Brown (2014-16)
Ezekiel Elliott (2013-15)
Rod Smith (2011-13)

Philadelphia Eagles
Malcolm Jenkins (2005-08)
Cameron Johnston (2013-16)

NFC North

Detroit Lions
Taylor Decker (2012-15)

Green Bay Packers
Corey Linsley (2010-13)

Minnesota Vikings
Pat Elflein (2013-16)
Jalyn Holmes (2014-17)

NFC South

Carolina Panthers
Curtis Samuel (2014-16)

New Orleans Saints
Vonn Bell (2013-15)
Kurt Coleman (2006-09)
Ted Ginn, Jr. (2004-06)
Marshon Lattimore (2015-16)
Michael Thomas (2012-15)
Eli Apple (2013-15)

Atlanta Falcons
Michael Bennett IV (2011-13)

NFC West

Los Angeles Rams
Jake McQuaide (2008-10)

Seattle Seahawks
Jamarco Jones (2014-17)
Nick Vannett (2012-15)