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NC State NFL Stat Rundown: Week 1

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Here’s a statistical rundown of all the former NC State players that are in the NFL in Week 1 of the 2020 NFL season.

Quarterback

Russell Wilson (Seahawks/Starter) – Wilson was 31 of 35 for 322 yards and 4 touchdowns for a QB Rating of 143.1 in the Seahawks 38-25 over Atlanta. He also rushed the ball 3 times for 29 yards.

Philip Rivers (Colts/Starter) – Rivers was 36 of 46 for 363 yards and 1 touchdown (2 interceptions) for a QB Rating of 88.7 in the Colts 27-20 loss to the Jaguars.

Jacoby Brissett (Colts/Reserve) – Brissett played 1 snap in Indy’s 27-20 loss to Jacksonville.

Running Back

Nyheim Hines (Colts/Reserve) – Hines had 8 receptions (8 targets) for 45 yards and a touchdown, and 7 rushes for 28 yards and a touchdown in the Colts 27-20 loss to the Jags. He played in 53% of the offensive snaps.

Jaylen Samuels (Steelers/Reserve) – Samuels had 1 carry for 2 yards and 1 reception (1 target) for 1 yard in the Steelers 26-16 victory over the Giants. He played in 31% of the offensive snaps.

Wide Receiver

Jakobi Meyers (Patriots/Reserve) – Meyers didn’t’ record any stats in the Patriots 27-11 victory over the Dolphins. He played 11 snaps on offense (7%).

Offensive Line

Garrett Bradbury (Vikings/Starter) – Bradbury played in 100% of the offensive snaps in the Vikings 43-34 loss to the Packers. He didn’t allow a single pressure in the contest.

Joe Thuney (Patriots/Starter) – Thuney played in 100% of the offensive snaps in New England’s 27-11 victory over Miami. He didn’t allow a single pressure in the contest.

J.R. Sweezy (Cardinals/Starter) – Sweezy played in 100% of the offensive snaps in the Cardinals’ 24-20 victory over the 49ers. He allowed one QB Pressure and 1 QB Hurry.

Will Richardson (Jags/Reserve) – Richardson didn’t see any snaps on offensive line, but did see action in 5 plays on Special Teams.

Defensive Tackle

Justin Jones (Chargers/Starter) – Jones had 2 tackles in the Chargers 16-13 win over the Bengals. He played in 51% of the defensive snaps. He also had 2 QB Hurries.

B.J. Hill (Giants/Reserve) – Hill didn’t record any stats in the Giants 26-16 loss to the Steelers, playing in 30% of the defensive snaps. He had 1 QB Hurry.

T.Y. McGill (Eagles/Reserve) – McGill had 1 tackle, 0.5 sacks, and 2 QB Hurries in the Eagles 27-17 loss to the Redskins. He played in 23% of the Defensive Snaps.

Linebacker

Germaine Pratt (Bengals/Starter) – Pratt had a career high 12 tackles in the Bengals 16-13 loss to the Chargers. He played in 73% of the defensive snaps.

Bradley Chubb (Broncos/Starter) – Chubb didn’t record any stats in the Broncos 16-14 loss to the Titans, playing in 73% of the defensive snaps. He had 2 QB Hurries.

Defensive End 

James Smith-Williams (Washington/Reserve) – Smith-Williams played 1 snap on defense, and 11 on Special Teams.

Safety

Josh Jones (Jaguars/Starter) – Jones tied a career high 12 tackles in the Jags 27-20 victory over the Colts. He played in 97% of the defensive snaps.

Juston Burris (Panthers/Starter) – Burris had 2 tackles in the Panthers 34-30 loss to the Raiders. He played in 100% of the defensive snaps.

Dontae Johnson (49ers/Reserve) – Johnson didn’t play any defensive snaps, but did record 1 special teams tackle.

Punter

A.J. Cole (Raiders/Starter) – Cole punted the ball 3 times for an average distance of 42.3 in the Raiders 34-30 victory over the Panthers.

DNP

Quarterback Ryan Finley (Bengals)

Quarterback Mike Glennon (Jags)

Inactives

Defensive End Larrell Murchison (Titans)

Defensive End James Smith-Williams (Washington)

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