Multiple former Mountaineers continued to play well in the professional ranks this week.

Packers CB Rasul Douglas was the lone Mountaineer to enjoy a bye week this week.

TE Trevon Wesco was credited with starting for the Titans in their loss to the Ravens in London. He was credited with playing 24 out of 55 snaps in the game.

Seahawks QB Geno Smith had a quiet performance, throwing for 323 yards but threw two interceptions without a touchdown pass in a loss to the Bengals.

Colton McKivitz started at right tackle for the 49ers as they lost to the Browns for their first loss of the season. On the flip side, LB Tony Fields II saw action on one defensive snap while primarily playing on special teams.

LB David Long Jr. started for the Dolphins in their win over the Panthers and recorded 11 combined tackles. LB Kyzir White started while DL Dante Stills saw action for the Cardinals in their loss to the Rams. White recorded eight combined tackles and a sack, while Stills chimed in four solo tackles.

Mark Glowinski started at guard for the Giants in their Sunday night loss to the Bills.

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