NFL Wildcats – Week 11

Manhattan, it was. – Each week throughout the 2022 season, k-statesports.com recaps the action for 14 former Kansas State football players currently in the NFL. This week, we also got a look at two competing cats at 109The tenth gray cup.

Brandon Banks, WR – Toronto Argonauts

Banks came up with three catches for 31 yards to help Toronto defeat Winnipeg, 24-23, at the 109ers.The tenth gray cup. Banks finished the 2022 season—his ninth season in the CFL—with 37 receptions for 522 yards and four touchdowns.

Dalton Schoen, WR – Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Schoen totaled seven catches for 78 yards as Winnipeg fell to 109The tenth Gray Cup, 24-23, to Toronto. The CFL’s rookie of the year, Schoen finished his senior season with 70 receptions for 1,441 yards and 16 touchdowns, the latter two leading the league. (Watch feature)

Timmy Horn, DL – Atlanta Falcons

A rookie free agent who has seen time in every game this season, Horn recorded two tackles and hit a quarterback among his 27 defensive snaps to help Atlanta win 27-24 over Chicago on Sunday. In 11 games this year, Horn caught 14 tackles and deflected a pass on 207 tackles defense. Now 5-6 this season — half a game away from Tampa Bay in the NFC East standings — the Falcons travel to take on Washington on Sunday.

Elijah Lee, LB – Kansas City Chiefs

Lee, who is in his sixth season in the NFL and first with Kansas City, is on the Chiefs’ practice squad. Kansas City pulled off another 30-27 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday night to go 8-2 with the best record in the AFC. The Chiefs host the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.

Tyler Lockett, WR – Seattle Seahawks

It was Lockett and Seattle Seattle this past weekend. Lockett, who started a career 97, has 54 receptions for 640 yards and five touchdowns this season. The Seahawks are 6-4 this season — tied for first in the NFC West — and open the second half of their season in Las Vegas on Sunday.

Cornelius Lucas, OL – Washington Leaders

Lucas earned his seventh straight start and was involved in 38 of Washington’s 68 strikeouts to help the Chiefs seal a 23-10 victory in Houston. Lucas is an eighth-year pro and is in his third season in Washington. He has played 412 offensive games this year. Washington improves to 6-5 this season and hosts Atlanta on Sunday.

AJ Parker, DB – Detroit Lions

In his second season in the NFL, Parker is on the Lions’ practice squad. In three games this year, Parker has 11 tackles. Detroit earns a 31-18 victory at the New York Giants to improve to 4-6 on the season, and the Lions host Buffalo on Thanksgiving Day.

Byron Pringle, WR – Chicago Bears

Pringle, who came off injured reserve prior to Week 10, was on 14 offensive snaps and six special teams plays in Chicago’s 27-24 loss at Atlanta. In five games this season—his first with the Bears—Pringle caught three catches for 45 yards. Chicago is down 3-8 this season and travels to face the New York Jets on Sunday.

DJ Reid, DB – New York Jets

Reid returned six tackles in New York’s 10-3 last-minute loss to New England. In his fifth season in the NFL and first with the Jets, Reid has 48 tackles, seven pass breakups, an interception, and a forced fumble in 10 games this season. The Jets are down to 6-4 this season and host Chicago on Sunday.

Dalton Reisner, OL – Denver Broncos

Reisner, who is in his fourth season in the NFL — all with Denver — was on all 64 offensive snaps during the Broncos’ 22-16 overtime loss at home to Las Vegas. Reisner has seen time in 3,495 of 3,918 offensive tackles (89.2%) in 57 games since starting his career in 2019. Denver is now 3-7 this season and travels to face Carolina on Sunday.

Duke Shelley, DB – Minnesota Vikings

Going into his first season at Minnesota, Shelley saw action on eight hit defense and 12 special teams in Minnesota’s 40-3 loss at home to Dallas. The Vikings continue to lead the NFC North with an 8-2 record, and host New England on Thanksgiving night.

Kyonder Thomas, CB – Green Bay Packers

Thomas, who is in his first season at Green Bay, is on the Packers’ practice squad. The Packers lost in Tennessee, 27-17, Thursday night to drop to 4-7 this season, and play in Philadelphia on Sunday night.

Skyler Thompson, QB – Miami Dolphins

Thompson and the Miami Dolphins were out last week. Selected in the seventh round in this year’s draft, Thompson is 27th out of 47 for 272 yards and an interception in three games this season, which includes starts. Miami tied at the top of the AFC East, 7-3, before hosting Houston on Sunday.

Cody Whitehare, OL – Chicago Bears

Whitehair, who got a card of 102Abbreviation IIA career starter, he was on all 69 offensive plays in Chicago’s 27-24 loss to Atlanta on Sunday. The loss dropped the Bears to 3-8 this year, and they traveled to face the New York Jets on Sunday.

Jordan Willis, DL – San Francisco 49ers

Willis, who was playing in only his third game of the season after battling an injury, hit once in San Francisco’s 38-10 win over Arizona in Mexico City on Monday night. The win propelled the 49ers to a 6-4 record — tied for best record in the NFC West — before hosting New Orleans on Sunday.

Ross Yeast, S – Rams Los Angeles

Yeast, a seventh-round pick in this year’s draft, caught one card among 12 defensive snaps and 13 special teams plays in Los Angeles’ 27-20 loss in New Orleans. In eight games this season, Yeast has had six tackles for the 3-7 Rams, who travel to face Kansas City on Sunday.

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