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NFL Week 2: Jalen Thompson ties career-high with 8 tackles

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Once again Week 2 of the NFL season won’t come to an end until Monday Night Football, but for the Cougs in the NFL the week is already in the books. Similar to last week, Jalen Thompson and Frankie Luvu led the way. This week is was Thompson posting the best stat line of the week.

Andre Dillard, Eagles

Dillard once again played a supporting role off the bench for the Eagles. He did play some on offense in specialty packages.

It’s important to note that in those instances, Dillard lined up as a TE and was an eligible receiver. Maybe we will get an Andre Dillard receiving touchdown this season.

Frankie Luvu, Panthers

Luvu celebrated a birthday on Sunday with a win as the Panthers dominated the Saints. Luvu finished with one tackle on his birthday. He also drew a flag for an illegal blindside block on an interception return.

Gardner Minshew, Eagles

Minshew remains the No. 3 QB in Philadelphia and was once again inactive. He did warm up shirtless and generate some Twitter interest.

Jalen Thompson, Cardinals

The 8 tackles ties Thompson’s career-high from his rookie season in 2019.

Dezmon Patmon, Colts

Patmon just spent his second week on Injured Reserve. He is currently dealing with a foot injury and will be forced to miss at least one more week. It’s unfortunate timing for Patmon as the Colts have a number of injuries at wide receiver and he likely would have received significant playing time.

Daniel Ekuale, Patriots

Ekuale is on the Patriots practice squad and was not elevated to the active roster on Sunday.

Easop Winston Jr, Saints

Winston is on the Saints practice squad and was not elevated for the game on Sunday.

River Cracraft, 49ers

Cracraft remains on the practice squad and was not elevated for the game on Sunday.



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