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Sunday Knights: Learning Curve Edition

Marcus Cooper gets burned for a couple touchdowns.

Jamie Squire

SCHIANO WATCH: Greg's hot streak came to an end this past Sunday, and now he's back on the hot seat as he finishes the last quarter of the season. It was a nice ride while it lasted, ending with an impressive win over the Lions. Can he finish strong to save his job?

Let's take a look at the rest of the Scarlet Knight alumni:

Kenny Britt (WR, Tennessee Titans)

Rutgers' leader in receiving yards bashed his home state yet again. Not surprising considering all of the trouble he's been involved with recently. Also, he is from Bayonne (jokes).

Marcus Cooper (CB, Kansas City Chiefs)

So much for Rookie of the Year. Obviously, Coop can recover after a disastrous three-game stretch, but it's been a pretty brutal as of late. The most recent game against the Broncos saw Marcus get picked on by all-universe QB Peyton Manning, who threw four touchdowns to Erick Decker at the expense of the rookie.

Anthony Davis (RT, San Francisco 49ers)

Not much has gone as planned for the 49ers, and that includes the offensive line. Anthony Davis remains as one of two healthy starters to a banged-up unit. With Seattle's beast-mode coming to town, it doesn't look to get much better soon.

Ka'lial Glaud (LB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

The undrafted defender may get a chance at playing time soon. Starting linebacker Jonathan Casillas might need season-ending knee surgery, which leaves open the possibility for Glaud to make the field.

Khaseem Greene (LB, Chicago Bears)

Khas did his best to give the Bears the victory over the Vikings, but the Chicago offense couldn't capitalize. The speedy linebacker intercepted Matt Cassel for a 49-yard return late in the fourth.

Duron Harmon (S, New England Patriots)

Quite game for the rookie, as defense was at a premium for both teams in the win against Houston. Duron finished with two total tackles.

Brian Leonard (RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

Leonard has been completely overtaken by Rainey as the lead back, as the converted RB did not have any rushing attempts in the loss to Carolina. He is still a factor in the passing game for QB Mike Glennon, catching two balls for ten yards.

Devin McCourty (FS, New England Patriots)

McCourty was the second-leading tackler against the Texans, notching five tackles.

Ray Rice (RB, Baltimore Ravens)

Ray Rice continues his slump this year, as it's looking more and more likely that this might be a wash for 2013. That's not good news for playoff contenders, both Baltimore and fantasy owners.

Logan Ryan (CB, New England Patriots)

The young corner is certainly having a fortuitous streak, as he now has three interceptions this year, two coming in the last two games. Rob Ninkovich helped him on his latest pick, as he hit Case Keenum to force an errant throw in Ryan's waiting arms.

Tiquan Underwood (WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

For a long time, it looked like Kenny Britt, not Tiquan Underwood, would become the marquee receiver to hail from RU. Now, Tiquan is settling into a nice role as a top option for Mike Glennon. The 2009 draft pick finished with three catches for 51 yards.

Did I miss anyone? Feel free to leave a comment below if you know of any other updates on Knights in the NFL.