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Huskers in the NFL Week 11

How Did Each Former Husker do in their Week 11 Games

Dallas Cowboys v Carolina Panthers Photo by David Jensen/Getty Images

Cam Taylor-Britt, Cincinnati Bengals

Against the Ravens on Thursday night Taylor-Britt was having another good game but had to leave early because of a thigh bruise that has him now day to day. Before the injury Cam was playing well and had a nice leaping pass break up that we were use to seeing during his time with the Huskers.

Dicaprio Bootle, Carolina Panthers

For a second straight week Dicaprio Bootle got a chance to start and has made the most of his opportunity. Last week it was slowing down Bears standout DJ Moore and this week he continued to play well against CeeDee Lamb. With the Panthers circling the drain we could see Bootle get some extended looks and if he keeps this up he could get a nice pay bump this off season.

Maliek Collins and Khalil Davis, Houston Texans

The Texans won another game and held the Cardinals to just 16 points. However it was a quiet day for the Husker defensive tackle duo of Collins and Davis. Collins was only credited with a single tackle and one quarterback hurry while Davis’ only tackle was for a loss.

Ameer Abdullah, Las Vegas Raiders

Against the Dolphins we saw Abdullah get 14 snaps on defense but didn’t have a single carrier and was caught the only pass thrown his way for 4 yards. Ameer did add a tackle on special teams.

Randy Gregory, San Francisco 49ers

Since the arrival of Chase Young it has been pretty slim pickings for Randy Gregory who only saw 12 snaps against the Buccaneers. Gregory finished without a single tackle or pressure.

Lavonte David, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Lavonte David was killing it for the Bucs with 7 tackles, a sack and three tackles for loss before he had to leave with a groin injury. Hopefully it’s nothing severe but that could put David out for a good chunk of the remaining schedule. On the bright side, David continues to move up the career tackles list now sitting in second place.

Trey Palmer, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Palmer may have only had 22 yards on his four catches but he had yet another highlight reel catch this time skying up along the sideline to make the catch.

Ochaun Mathis, Los Angeles Rams

Only playing five defensive snaps it was a light day for Mathis but he did make the most of it to get a quarterback hit.