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Huskers in the NFL Week 7

How Did Each Former Husker Do in their Week 7 Games

Detroit Lions v Tampa Bay Buccaneers Photo by Kevin Sabitus/Getty Images

It was a quiet week for our former Huskers as six NFL teams were on bye while those playing really didn’t make too much of an impact. Here is a look at how each former Husker did on Sunday.

Devine Ozigbo, Detroit Lions

Active for a second straight week but on Sunday Ozigbo was limited to just 13 special teams plays in the Lions blowout loss to the Ravens.

Ameer Abdullah, Las Vegas Raiders

Against the Bears Abdullah got his standard 10 snaps on offense but against Chicago Ameer didn’t get a single carry or have a ball thrown his way.

Nick Gates, Washington Commanders

It was a rough day for Nick Gates as he faced his former team. Against the Giants, Gates was credited with giving up 4 sacks. But at least we got to see Gates get into with the other team, something that happens each week.

Lavonte David, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

It was another dominant performance for David, despite the Buccaneers losing to Atlanta. Not only did he limit the production of Falcons tight ends Kyle Pitts and Jonnu Smith but he also finished with a team high 13 tackles, including one for loss. David nearly had an interception, jumping a route which forced a Falcons punt.

Trey Palmer, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

It was another quiet week for Palmer who had only one catch on two targets for just five yards.

Brett Maher, Los Angeles Rams

Sunday was brutal for Maher as he missed two field goals and an extra in a game where the Rams lost by seven points.

Ochaun Mathis, Los Angeles Rams

For the first time since he was back, Mathis didn’t get a single snap on defense while playing just four snaps on special teams.

Samori Toure, Green Bay Packers

Toure only saw two targets in the Packers loss to the Broncos. He was able to catch the first one for three yards. The second was the play that ended the game as Jordan Love tried to force it down the field while Toure was double covered and it ended up being an interception.

Brenden Jaimes, Los Angeles Chargers

Against the Chiefs Jaimes was regulated to just playing just on field goal and extra point duty.

Jack Stoll, Philadelphia Eagles

In typical fashion Stoll played 33% of the Eagles snaps providing them with good run blocking while not receiving a single target in the game.