Let’s take a look at how Rutgers alumni did this week in the NFL. One thing to note, Robert Martin, currently a running back on the Giants practice squad could get promoted due to Jonathan Stewart being placed on IR. It will be something worth watching as the season progresses.
Mohamed Sanu Sr. (Falcons)
Sanu continues to be one of the most productive receivers at the professional level to come from “The Banks.” He logged six catches for 111 yards in a loss to the Bengals on Sunday. Sanu also makes breaking tackles look easy.
Kemoko Turay (Colts)
Turay made be starting to breakout on defense for Indianapolis. In the overtime loss, Turay earned a sack for the second consecutive week.
Second straight game that #Colts pass rushers Jabaal Sheard and rookie Kemoko Turay have shared a sack. Key stop on third down to force Texans punt. Already fourth sack for home team, which entered tied for third in NFL with 10.— Phillip B Wilson (@pwilson24) September 30, 2018
Devin and Jason McCourty (Patriots)
The twins each recorded three tackles in New England’s dominating victory over Miami. Devin also had 0.5 TFL in the game.
"We owe each other. We believe in each other. We got faith in each other."— NFL Films (@NFLFilms) October 1, 2018
Devin McCourty (@McCourtyTwins) delivered his words of encouragement before the @Patriots got their second W.#MondayMotivation#GoPats pic.twitter.com/2UniPZX4Hw
Logan Ryan (Titans)
In Tennessee’s overtime victory over Philadelphia, Ryan had five tackles and defended a pass in the upset win.