Former Mountaineers were out there making their mark in Week 10 of the NFL season.
Dolphins LB David Long Jr. was the lone Mountaineer to enjoy a bye week this week.
Titans TE Trevon Wesco started in their loss to the Buccaneers and played 22 offensive snaps. Pro Football Focus graded him at 54.4 on the afternoon.
Browns LB Tony Fields II was credited with playing four defensive snaps while playing primarily on special teams in their win over the Ravens. PFF graded him at 43.5 on defense.
On the flip side, Ravens DB Daryl Worley played solely on special teams in the loss. He was the Ravens’ highest graded special teamer on the afternoon at 74.1 by PFF.
49ers OT Colton McKivitz started in the win over the Jaguars, played every offensive snap, and graded out at 55.5 by PFF.
Cardinals LB Kyzir White started and had 13 combined tackles and a pressure per PFF in their win over the Falcons. PFF graded him at 67.5 on the afternoon.
DL Dante Stills didn’t start but saw action for the Cardinals as well, recording three combined tackles, three pressures, and a career-high 80.8 grade from PFF.
Giants OG Mark Glowinski did not play this week after having to miss the game against the Cowboys with a personal matter.
Geno Smith had a standout performance, throwing for a career-high 369 passing yards with two touchdown passes in a win over the Commanders. PFF graded him at 71.5 on the afternoon.
On Monday Night Football, Bills CB Rasul Douglas started his first game for the team and recorded six combined tackles and a fumble recovery in the loss to the Broncos.
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