BC Football: Eagles in the NFL Week 2

BC Football: Eagles in the NFL Week 2

Former BC Eagle Kevin Pierre-Louis (54) posted a career-high 15 tackles in just his sixth career start in seven seasons. Here is how some more former Eagles did in the big league.


Zach Allen | DE | Arizona Cardinals
Allen posted two tackles, including one behind the line of scrimmage in a 30-15 win for Arizona over the Washington Football Team. He played 14 defensive snaps and four special teams plays as the Cardinals improved to 2-0.

Jake Burt | TE | New England Patriots
Burt, who is on New England’s practice squad, was not active week two against Seattle.

Anthony Castonzo | OL | Indianapolis Colts
Castonzo played all 73 offensive snaps in the start as Indianapolis rolled to a 28-11 victory over Minnesota. The Colts outgained the Vikings 354 yards to 175 on the day, including 151 on the ground.

AJ Dillon |RB | Green Bay Packers
Dillon saw action in the Packers’ backfield for the second game in a row with five carries in seven snaps. He totaled 17 yards, including a long of 12 to pick up a first down on 3rd-and-11.

Will Harris | DB | Detroit Lions
Starting at safety against Dillon and the Packers, Harris made five tackles, including four solos. He appeared in 49 (67%) defensive snaps and 13 special teams plays.

John Johnson | SS | Los Angeles Rams
Johnson and the Rams moved to 2-0 with a 37-19 win over Philadelphia. He broke up two passes and totaled eight tackles.

Harold Landry | OLB | Tennessee Titans
The Titans were victorious late again this week. Following Tennessee’ go-ahead field goal in the final two minutes, Landry sealed the game with an interception; the second of his career. He also recorded five tackles and one hit on the quarterback.

Chris Lindstrom | G | Atlanta Falcons
The Falcons could not hold on late against the Cowboys in a 40-39 loss. Lindstrom started at guard and appeared in all 75 offensive snaps for Atlanta.

Matt Milano | LB | Buffalo Bills
Milano was out for Buffalo’s 31-28 win over Miami due to an injury sustained in week one against the Jets.

Kevin Pierre-Louis | LB | Washington Football Team
It was a career day for the seven-year veteran Pierre-Louis in just his sixth career start. He registered a game-leading and career-high 15 tackles, including 10 solos. Pierre-Louis also forced a fumble in 75 plays on the field.

Wyatt Ray | LB | Tennessee Titans
A member of Tennessee’s practice squad, Ray was inactive against Jacksonville.

Matt Ryan | QB | Atlanta Falcons
Ryan threw four touchdown passes to no interceptions and was sacked just once, but the Falcons let a lead slip away late to the Cowboys in a 40-39 loss. Ryan was 24-for-36 for 273 yards. Three of his touchdown passes came in the first half. The final one, to kicker Younghoe Koo, gave Atlanta a 36-24 lead early in the fourth quarter.

Justin Simmons | FS | Denver Broncos
Simmons grabbed his first interception of the season and the 12th of his career. He returned it 37 yards; setting up a third-quarter field goal in an eventual 26-21 loss to Pittsburgh. Simmons tied for the team lead in tackles at eight to go with two pass deflections and a TFL.

Jeff Smith | WR | New York Jets
Smith was inactive with a shoulder sprain for week two against San Francisco.

Tommy Sweeney | TE | Buffalo Bills
Sweeney, who missed training camp due to a foot injury, was not active against the Dolphins and remained on the Bills’ PUP list.

John Wetzel | OL | Atlanta Falcons
Wetzel was inactive for week two vs. Dallas but remains on the Falcons’ practice squad.

Isaac Yiadom | CB | New York Giants
Yiadom appeared in his second game as a Giant and came off the bench for 36 (55%) defensive snaps. He was credited with two solo tackles.

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