Former Mountaineers were out there making their mark in Week 8 of the NFL season.

With no teams on a bye, all Mountaineers on active rosters saw action for their respective teams.

OG Mark Glowinski started for the Giants in their overtime loss to the Jets and led the offensive Pro Football Focus grades for the Giants. PFF graded him at 81.0 on the afternoon.

TE Trevon Wesco was credited with starting for the Titans in the win over the Falcons. PFF graded him at 66.2 on the afternoon.

CB Rasul Douglas was credited by PFF of having five tackles for the Packers in their loss to the Vikings. Douglas had his lowest graded game of the season at 47.4, with a 118.8 passer rating allowed playing a factor into that.

LB David Long Jr. was credited with having five combined tackles for the Dolphins in their win over the Patriots. Long also had his highest graded game of the season by PFF at 88.4.

LB Tony Fields has seen plenty of defensive action for the Browns in recent weeks. In the loss to the Seahawks, he was credited with playing 17 snaps, having a pressure and two assisted tackles, and a 41.8 grade by PFF.

On the flip side, QB Geno Smith had a quiet performance for the Seahawks but did what he needed to do to get the win. He had 254 passing yards, two touchdowns, two interceptions, and a 57.5 grade from PFF.

In the loss the Bengals, 49ers OT Colton McKivitz played 100 percent of the offensive snaps at right tackle and received a 69.4 grade from PFF.

DL Dante Stills and LB Kyzir White both started for the Cardinals in their loss to the Ravens.

Stills was credited with three pressures, two sacks, and a season-best 71.7 grade from PFF. White was combined with nine combined tackles, a pressure, and a 45.5 grade from PFF.