October 9, 2018

Buckeyes in the NFL – Week Five

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Welcome back, welcome back, welcome back

In his first game back from injury with the Carolina Panthers, former Buckeye do-it-all back Curtis Samuel sheds what seems to be the entire Giants’ defensive unit en route to a 25-yard catch and run to the end zone.

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Sam’s First Scoop and Score

Former Buckeye defensive end Sam Hubbard accounted for one of Cincinnati’s two defensive touchdowns with a 19-yard scoop and score following a fumble recovery as the Bengals rallied past Miami.

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Ward Thwarts Pair of Raven Threats

Denzel Ward turned away not one, but two potential scoring drives for Baltimore Sunday as the Browns gained their second win on the season. With the Ravens driving inside the Cleveland red zone, Ward recorded his third INT of the season. At the end of the half, he blocked a Baltimore field goal attempt.

Full Rundown of Buckeyes in the NFL for Week 5

AFC East

Miami Dolphins (L, 27-17 at Cincinnati Bengals)
LB Jerome Baker (2015-17)
7 Tackles, 2 Sacks

LB Raekwon McMillan (2014-16)
6 Tackles

New England Patriots (W, 38-24 vs. Indianapolis Colts)
DB Nate Ebner (2009-11)
No Stats Recorded

New York Jets (W, 34-16 vs. Denver Broncos)
LB Darron Lee (2013-15)
5 Tackles

WR Terrelle Pryor (2008-09)
1 Reception, 20 Yards, 1 Touchdown

AFC North

Cincinnati Bengals (W, 27-17 vs. Miami Dolphins)
DE Sam Hubbard (2015-17)
3 Tackles, 1 Pass Defense, 1 Fumble Recovery, 19-yard fumble return for Touchdown

OL Billy Price (2014-17)

Cleveland Browns (W, 12-9 vs. Baltimore Ravens)
RB Carlos Hyde (2010-13)
17 Carries, 63 Yards, 2 receptions, 14 Yards

CB Denzel Ward (2015-17)
5 Tackles, 3 Passes Defensed, 1 Interception, 1 Blocked Field Goal

Pittsburgh Steelers (W, 41-17 vs. Atlanta Falcons)
Cameron Heyward (2007-10)
3 Tackles, 1.5 Sacks

AFC South

Indianapolis Colts (L, 24-38 at New England Patriots)
DB Malik Hooker (2015-16)
12 Tackles

DE Tyquan Lewis (2014-17)
Injured Reserve

Jacksonville Jaguars (L, 14-30 at Kansas City Chiefs)
OL Andrew Norwell (2010-13)
Started at Guard

AFC West

Denver Broncos (L, 34-16 at New York Jets)
TE Jeff Heuerman (2011-14)
2 Receptions, 18 Yards

DB Bradley Roby (2011-13)
1 Pass Defended

Los Angeles Chargers (W, 26-10 vs. Oakland Raiders)
DE Joey Bosa (2013-15)

Oakland Raiders (L, 10-26 at los Angeles Chargers)
CB Gareon Conley (2014-16)
1 Tackle

K Mike Nugent (2001-04)
Injured Reserve

NFC East

Dallas Cowboys (L, 16-19 at Houston Texans)
WR Noah Brown (2014-16)
Injured Reserve

RB Ezekiel Elliott (2013-15)
20 Carries, 54 Yards, 7 Receptions, 30 Yards

RB Rod Smith (2011-13)
6 Carries, 22 Yards

New York Giants (L, 31-33 at Carolina Panthers)
CB Eli Apple (2013-15)
5 Tackles, 1 Forced Fumble

Philadelphia Eagles (L, 21-23 vs. Minnesota Vikings)
DB Malcolm Jenkins (2005-08)
6 Tackles

P Cameron Johnston (2013-16)
4 Punts, 46.8 AVG (57 Long), 2 Inside 20

NFC North

Detroit Lions (W, 31-23 vs. Green Bay Packers)
OL Taylor Decker (2012-15)
Started at Tackle

Green Bay Packers (L, 23-31 at Detroit Lions)
OL Corey Linsley (2010-13)
Started at Center

Minnesota Vikings (W, 23-21 at Philadelphia Eagles )
OL Pat Elflein (2013-16)
Started at Center

DT Jalyn Holmes (2014-17)
1 Tackle

NFC South

Carolina Panthers (W, 33-31 vs. New York Giants)
WR Curtis Samuel (2014-16)
2 Receptions, 37 Yards, 18.5 Average (25 Long), 1 Touchdown

New Orleans Saints (W, 43-19 vs. Washington Redskins)
DB Vonn Bell (2013-15)
7 Tackles, 1 Pass Defended

DB Kurt Coleman (2006-09)
3 Tackles

WR Ted Ginn, Jr. (2004-06)
Did Not Play

CB Marshon Lattimore (2015-16)
1 Tackle

WR Michael Thomas (2012-15)
4 Receptions, 74 Yards, 18.5 Average (31 Long)

NFC West

Los Angeles Rams (W, 33-31 at Seattle Seahawks)
LS Jake McQuaide (2008-10)
Played in Game

Seattle Seahawks (L, 31-33 vs. Los Angeles Rams )
OL Jamarco Jones (2014-17)
Injured Reserve

TE Nick Vannett (2012-15)
3 Receptions, 43 Yards, 14.3 Average (32 Long)