Former Mountaineers were out there this week making their mark in Week 7 of the NFL season.

Titans TE Trevon Wesco was the lone Mountaineer to enjoy a bye this week.

Browns LB Tony Fields II had a fumble recovery in the endzone for a touchdown in the win over the Colts. He saw a season-high 32 defensive snaps, had six combined tackles, and graded out at 52.9 by Pro Football Focus.

Mark Glowinski started at right guard for the Giants in their win over the Commanders. PFF gave him a season-best 73.6 grade on the afternoon.

LB Kyzir White and DL Dante Stills both saw action for the Cardinals in their loss to the Seahawks, with White credited with starting. PFF credited White with four tackles, a pass breakup, and a 67.8 grade, while Stills was credited with two combined tackles and a 46.1 grade.

On the flip side, QB Geno Smith passed for 219 yards to go along with two touchdown passes. PFF graded him at 72.2 on the afternoon.

CB Rasul Douglas had a rather quiet performance for the Packers in their loss to the Broncos. He was credited with five combined tackles and graded out at 58.3 by PFF.

Dolphins LB David Long Jr. was having a solid performance against the Eagles on Sunday Night Football prior to exiting with an injury. PFF credited him with four tackles, a 78.9 overall grade, with an 87.6 mark against the run.

On Monday Night Football, OT Colton McKivitz started for the 49ers and played every offensive snap in their loss to the Vikings.