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Pokes In the Pros: NFL Week 9

Another solid weekend for former Cowboys

Oklahoma v Oklahoma State Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images

The Cleveland Browns had a bye week, which might be good for NFL fans everywhere but kept former Oklahoma State standout Emmanuel Ogbah off the field over the weekend. Here’s how the rest of the former Cowboys fared:

Vincent Taylor (Dolphins) – Taylor didn’t play in Miami’s loss to the Raiders and still has 10 tackles this season to go with his blocked field goal last week.

Tyler Patmon (Jaguars) – Jacksonville has been one of the surprises in the league, achieving a 5-3 record and leading its division. Patmon didn’t factor—no recorded stats—in the latest 23-7 victory over the Bengals.

Lenzy Pipkins and Lane Taylor (Packers) – Having an extra week to recover from injuries, this pair of former Pokes. Taylor returned to the starting lineup after an ankle injury had left him questionable, and Pipkins played but didn’t register a stat in Green Bay’s Monday night loss to the Lions.

Dez Bryant (Cowboys) – A day after the Bedlam loss (one Bryant didn’t want to talk about), Dez snagged six of Dak Prescott’s passes for 73 yards as the Cowboys took down Kansas City in the biggest matchup of the weekend.

Blake Jarwin and Dan Bailey (Cowboys) – Bailey is still recovering from his groin injury and will be out a bit longer. Jarwin, recently called up from the practice squad, failed to see the field from the bottom of Dallas’ depth chart.

Brandon Weeden (Titans) – Tennessee has seen a resurgence with Marcus Mariota under center, which is great for the Titans but difficult for Weeden, who was signed as an emergency quarterback should Mariota’s recent injury prove more serious.