Here are how your favorite Mountaineers performed in the NFL this week.
DOUBLE FUMBLE!!!— #BusinessAintBoomin (@ftbeard_17) September 29, 2019
Watch Bears LB #44 Nick Kwiatkoski vs Dalvin Cook! It's usually the other way around, (RBs doing defenders like that) LOL! pic.twitter.com/LktV9foVCA
He led the Chicago with 10 tackles, 9 solo, 1 sack, and 2 tackles for loss. The Bears stifled the Minnesota offense and held them to six points.
Rasul Douglas, Eagles – Played well in the Eagles win over the Packers on Thursday night, recording 5 tackles.
Bruce Irvin, Panthers – Played his first game this season with Carolina against Houston after recovering from a hamstring injury. Nearly sacked Deshaun Watson in the first quarter. He finished with two tackles, including a sack.
Will Grier, Panthers – Backed up Kyle Allen in the Panthers win at Houston. Did not enter the game. However, Kyle Allen struggled in relief of the injured Cam Newton, and lost three fumbles. The defense saved the day for Carolina, but that was Allen’s fifth fumble (three lost) in two games. If his ball security doesn’t improve, I wonder if Grier will get a chance.
Karl Joseph, Raiders – Joseph had 4 tackles, one for a loss, and a fumble recovery in the Raiders’ road win over Indianapolis.
Daryl Worley, Raiders – Worley had a great game in pass coverage by breaking up 3 passes, one in a 2nd & Goal
Tavon Austin, Cowboys – Was active for the first time since Week 1 due to a concussion. He had 1 catch for 5 yards and 1 carry for 3.
Mark Glowinski, Colts – Started for the Colts.
Wendell Smallwood, Redskins – Had 1 catch for 14 yards.
Gary Jennings, Seahawks – A few days after being waived/not waived by Seattle, Jennings was Inactive against Arizona.
David Long, Titans – Inactive against the Falcons.
Najee Goode, Jaguars – Active but did not record any stats in the Jags win at Denver.