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How the Cougs fared in Week 9 of the NFL season

Buffalo Bills v New York Jet Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images

It was a fairly uneventful week for the Cougars in the NFL this week. Deone Bucannon was rested from his bye week got busy making tackles.

The most notable news this week came from Xavier Cooper. After sitting out last week as a free agent, Cooper signed with the Jets this week and was back on the field.

Deone Bucannon - Arizona Cardinals - Linebacker/Safety

Bucannon continues to rack up tackles, recording nine more this week. That was good for second on the Cardinals. He has now recorded at least seven tackles in four straight games.

Xavier Cooper - New York Jets - Defensive Line

Cooper was signed by the Jets this week and wasted zero time getting in the action. He played 12 defensive snaps in his New York debut, but didn’t record a stat.

Joe Dahl - Detroit Lions - Offensive Line

Dahl is on injured reserve for the Lions.

Shalom Luani - Oakland Raiders - Safety

A week after making his first NFL start, Luani didn’t record a stat for the Raiders in Week 9.

Vince Mayle - Baltimore Ravens - Tight End

Mayle played, but did not record a stat for the Ravens in Week 9.

Destiny Vaeao - Philadelphia Eagles - Defensive End

Vaeao recorded a pair of tackles in the Eagles’ win.



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After Stanford win, Washington State moves to No. 19 in Associated Press Top 25 poll | The Spokesman-Review
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