On the field
St. Louis DE C.J. Ah You (Lone Peak HS) had one tackle and a QB hit in win over Cardinals.
Denver OL Zane Beadles (Hillcrest HS/Utah) started at left guard and helped offense gain 278 yards in loss to Chiefs.
Philadelphia LB Stewart Bradley (Highland HS) started and had four tackles, including one for loss, and had a QB hit in win over Texans.
Green Bay DB Jarrett Bush (Utah State) had three tackles on defense and one tackle in kickoff coverage in win over 49ers.
Washington TE Chris Cooley (Logan HS/Utah State) had six catches for 61 yards and lost a fumble in loss to Giants. It was the first fumble he lost since the 2008 season.
Miami DL John Denney (BYU) served as team's long snapper in loss to Browns.
Indianapolis DB Aaron Francisco (BYU) started and had four tackles in loss to Cowboys.
Buffalo RB Quinton Ganther (Utah) played as a reserve and was flagged for a roughing-the-punter penalty in loss to Vikings.
Carolina OL Jordan Gross (Utah) started at left tackle and helped offense gain 300 yards in loss to Seahawks.
Arizona QB Max Hall (BYU) entered his team's loss to the Rams in the third quarter, and completed 1-of-3 passes for 10 yards, was sacked twice and threw an interception. He suffered a dislocated shoulder in his second series and left the game.
Pittsburgh DL Chris Hoke (BYU) played as a reserve in win over Ravens.
Pittsburgh DE Brett Keisel (BYU) had four tackles and batted down a pass in win over Ravens.
Pittsburgh OL Chris Kemoeatu (Utah) started at left guard and helped offense gain 307 yards in win over Ravens.
Washington NT Ma'ake Kemoeatu (Utah) started and had five total tackles and a QB hit in loss to Giants. He was also given his team's Ed Block Courage Award, given to a player that displays courage in the face of adversity.
Baltimore DL Paul Kruger (Timpanogos HS/Utah) played as a reserve in loss to Steelers.
Arizona OL Deuce Lutui (Snow College) started at right guard and helped offense gain 253 yards in loss to Rams.
Houston DB Brice McCain (Utah) played as a reserve in loss to Eagles.
Miami OL Pat McQuistan (Weber State) started at right guard and helped offense gain 288 yards in loss to Browns.
Miami LB Koa Misi (Utah) started and had four tackles, including one for loss, in loss to Browns.
Baltimore DL Haloti Ngata (Highland HS) had four tackles, a half sack, and a quarterback hit that bloodied the nose of QB Ben Roethlisberger in loss to Steelers.
Tampa Bay OL Donald Penn (Utah State) started at left tackle and helped offense gain 334 yards in loss to Falcons.
Baltimore TE Dennis Pitta (BYU) was targeted for one pass in loss to Steelers.
N.Y. Jets DL Sione Pouha (East HS/Utah) started and had a team-high eight tackles in loss to Patriots. He also had the quote of the week after the loss when he said, "This humble pie tastes like a car tire and it goes down like peanut butter."
Baltimore WR David Reed (Utah) returned four kickoffs for 72 yards in loss to Steelers.
San Francisco OL Barry Sims (Park City HS/Utah) started at left tackle and helped offense gain 291 yards in loss to Packers.
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