Cougars in Pro Football: Week Six
Oct. 20, 2010
Former Cougars play major roles in the National Football League this past weekend.
Kevin Kolb, QB, Philadelphia Eagles (4-2) -- started at quarterback for the second straight week. Kolb went 23-for-26 for 326 yards with three touchdowns. He had his longest touchdown pass of his career, completing an 83-yard pass to Jeremy Maclin in the third quarter in the Eagles' 31-17 win over the Atlanta Falcons.
Sebastian Vollmer, RT, New England Patriots (4-1) - played and started at right tackle. He was a member of an offense that rushed for 127 yards, passed for 292 yards, and scored twice. The Patriots were victorious over the Baltimore Ravens, 23-20.
Stanford Routt, CB, Oakland Raiders (2-4) - played and started at cornerback. He recorded four solo tackles in the Raiders', 17-9, loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
Jackie Battle, RB, Kansas City Chiefs (3-2) - was active and saw the field on special teams, making one tackle. The Chiefs lost to the Houston Texans 35-31.
Thomas Gafford, LS, Kansas City Chiefs (3-2) - was active and saw the field on special teams. Chiefs lost to the Houston Texans, 35-31.
Fendi Onobun, TE, St. Louis Rams (3-3) - was inactive for the Rams victory over the San Diego Chargers, 20-17.
Rex Hadnot, C/G, Arizona Cardinals (3-2) - bye week.
Next Up: @ Seattle, 3:05 p.m., Qwest Field, FOX
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