I might have to start making this the weekly Mohamed Sanu column. He has been dominant the past few weeks and was integral to the Falcons victory over the Bucs. Here’s how the alumni Knights did this week in the NFL.
Mohamed Sanu (Falcons)
Sanu only had two catches for 46 yards, but one went for a 35 yard touchdown to help the Falcons take down the Bucs.
Me: What’s up— Mohamed Sanu Sr. (@Mo_12_Sanu) October 15, 2018
Jay: What’s up dad! pic.twitter.com/TYgysCOA4H
Gus Edwards (Ravens)
Edwards was promoted to the active roster against the Titans and immediately got in on the action in the Ravens 21-0 victory. He had 10 carries for 42 yards rushing. That’s a nice 4.2 yards per carry.
We have activated RB Gus Edwards to the 53-man roster and placed RB De’Lance Turner on Injured Reserve. pic.twitter.com/j5n5wHGG1D— RavenSSSSSSSSSSS (@Ravens) October 13, 2018
Logan Ryan (Titans)
Ryan had five tackles and defended one pass in a 21-0 loss to the Baltimore Ravens and against fellow Rutgers alum Edwards.
Devin and Jason McCourty (Patriots)
Jason had six tackles and defended a pass while Devin had four tackles in the Patriots 43-40 win over the Chiefs.
Duron Harmon (Patriots)
Harmon recorded his first interception of the season to go along with three tackles in a win over the Chiefs.
Duron Harmon's 12th career regular-season interception. pic.twitter.com/4dNdRS9gfh— Oliver Thomas (@OliverBThomas) October 15, 2018
Kemoko Turay (Colts)
Turay started at the defensive end for the Colts on Sunday and logged one tackle.
Clark Harris (Bengals)
Harris once again started at long-snapper.
TE Tyler Kroft (Bengals)
DL Sebastian Joseph-Day (Rams)
DB Marcus Cooper and FB Michael Burton (Bears)