Dec. 28, 2011
One week remains for former Oregon State players in the NFL. Every team will complete its regular season on Sunday.
Here’s a review of how former Beavers fared in the 16th week of action.
For a full list and links to their NFL pages, visit osubeavers.com and click on “Beavers In The Pros” under the in-depth tab on the football portion of the site.
Derek Anderson, QB (Carolina Panthers) – Anderson was credited with a negative yard on one rush in Carolina’s 48-16 win over Tampa Bay.
Nick Barnett, LB (Buffalo Bills) – Barnett made six tackles in Buffalo’s 40-14 win over Denver. On the year, he has made 119 tackles with two interceptions – including one for a touchdown - three pass deflections and one forced fumble.
Brandon Browner, CB (Seattle Seahawks) – Browner made five tackles in Seattle’s 19-17 loss to Seattle. He has started all 15 games this season and has made 52 tackles with 20 pass deflections and six interceptions, including two for touchdowns. He has returned his interceptions for a total of 220 yards, a new Seattle single-season franchise record.
Victor Butler. LB (Dallas Cowboys) – Butler made two tackles in Dallas’ 20-7 loss to Philadelphia. He has 23 tackles, a pass deflection and three sacks on the year for the Cowboys.
James Dockery, CB (Cleveland Browns) – Dockery did not make a tackle in Cleveland’s 20-14 loss to Baltimore. He has five tackles on the season. Dockery has also recovered an onside kick in a game against Oakland.
Dwan Edwards, DT (Buffalo Bills) – Edwards made two tackles in Buffalo’s 40-14 win over Denver. He has played in all 15 games this season, starting 12, and has 51 tackles in addition to 1.5 sacks and one pass breakup.
T.J. Houshmandzadeh, WR (Oakland Raiders) – Houshmandzadeh caught two passes for 19 yards in Oakland’s 16-13 win over Kansas City. He has 11 catches for 146 yards and one touchdown this season.
Brandon Hughes, DB (Philadelphia Eagles) – Hughes made three tackles in Philadelphia’s 20-7 win over Dallas. He has 15 tackles on the year.
Steven Jackson, RB (St. Louis Rams) – Jackson rushed for 103 yards on 24 carries in St. Louis’ 27-0 loss to Pittsburgh. He has 244 carries for 1,069 yards (4.3 ypc) – his seventh consecutive season of more than 1,000 yards rushing - and five touchdowns while making 41 catches for 318 yards and one score on the season.
Andy Levitre, OG (Buffalo Bills) – Levitre started in Buffalo’s 40-14 win over Denver. He has started all 15 games this season for the Bills.
Keenan Lewis, DB (Pittsburgh Steelers) – Lewis deflected one pass in Pittsburgh’s 27-0 win over St. Louis. He has 34 tackles on the season and has recorded six pass deflections and an interception.
Gabe Miller, DE (Kansas City Chiefs) – Miller is currently on Kansas City’s injured reserve.
Matt Moore, QB (Miami Dolphins) – Moore was 16-of-32 for 281 yards and three touchdowns in Miami’s 27-24 loss to New England. Moore is 188-of-283 for 2,362 yards passing this season, and has thrown for 15 touchdowns. He has also rushed for 66 yards and two scores.
Chad Ochocinco, WR (New England Patriots) – Ochocinco caught one pass, a 15-yarder, in New England’s 27-24 win over Miami. He has 15 receptions for 276 yards and one touchdown on the season.
Stephen Paea, DT (Chicago Bears) – Paea made four tackles in Chicago’s 35-21 loss to Green Bay. On the year, he has recorded 14 tackles and two sacks, including one for a safety.
Sabby Piscitelli, DB (Kansas City Chiefs) – Piscitelli made two tackles in Kansas City’s 16-13 loss to Oakland. He has 30 tackles on the year, including 22 solo, and has one forced fumble and a pass deflection.
Jacquizz Rodgers. RB (Atlanta Falcons) – Rodgers carried the ball once and caught two passes for 19 yards in Atlanta’s 45-16 loss to New Orleans. On the year, he has rushed for 181 yards on 49 carries (3.7 ypc) and has caught 20 passes for 183 yards.
Sammie Stroughter, WR (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) – Stroughter made four receptions – his first of the season – for 52 yards in Tampa Bay’s 48-16 loss to Carolina.
Suaesi Tuimaunei, DB (Atlanta Falcons) – Tuimaunei is on the Falcons’ practice squad.
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