The Scarlet Knights were well represented on Sunday throughout the NFL. Let’s take a look to see how the proud alumni looked for their respective teams.
Kemoko Turay (Colts)
Turay broke out on Sunday in a close loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. He ended the day with 1.5 sacks, 0.5 tackles for loss and three total tackles for the game.
1st sack of @Kturay_58 NFL career! #NFLKnights pic.twitter.com/HxUG0QUEOk— Rutgers Football (@RFootball) September 23, 2018
Mohamed Sanu (Falcons)
Sanu turned in a decent stat line despite Atlanta losing a shootout to New Orleans. He finished the day with four catches for 36 yards, a touchdown, and a two point conversion reception.
Goin head n get u SUM to eat Sanu Mohamed Sanu GREEDY scores TD n gets 2 piece on da side #NOvsATL pic.twitter.com/TxbNM9KmQY— BLACK SPORTSCENTER (@VersaceBoyEnt) September 23, 2018
He also had a few comments on Rutgers performance on Saturday. Good thing he used few words in his tweets.
♂️ embarrassing— Mohamed Sanu Sr. (@Mo_12_Sanu) September 22, 2018
Shiddd me too Log 192 silvers? https://t.co/5eWVmyMigW— Mohamed Sanu Sr. (@Mo_12_Sanu) September 22, 2018
Devin and Jason McCourty (Patriots)
It’s always fun grouping the twins together. It’s even better that they are on the same team professionally. Devin recorded five tackles in New Englands loss to Detroit. Jason meanwhile, had six tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss in the game.
Duron Harmon (Patriots)
Harmon logged eight tackles in the Patriots loss to the Lions.
Logan Ryan (Titans)
Ryan started the game and he finished with five tackles in Tennessee’s close win over Jacksonville.
Tyler Kroft (Bengals)
The former Scarlet Knight tight-end played again and logged one catch for 16 yards in the Cincinnati’s loss to Carolina.