A weekly look at how former Oklahoma State players performed in the NFL.
Dan Bailey, K (Vikings)
Bailey was 2 of 2 on field goals and extra points for eight points in Minnesota’s 27-26 loss at Seattle. He hit a 52-yarder and 46-yarder in the second quarter. He’s 75 percent (6 of 8) on field goals and 100 percent on extra points (10 of 10) for 28 points this season.
Chris Carson, RB and Tre Flowers, DB (Seahawks)
Carson had eight carries for 52 yards, including a 29-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, and had six receptions for 27 yards. He has 429 yards (289 rushing, 140 receiving) and six touchdowns (three rushing, three receiving) this campaign.
Flowers, who was moved to a reverse role with Quinton Dunbar returning to the lineup, had four tackles (three solo) against Minnesota to increase his season total to 19 (12 solo). He also has one pass defended.
Justice Hill, RB (Ravens)
Hill was listed as inactive again for Baltimore’s 27-3 win against Cincinnati.
Tyron Johnson, WR (Chargers)
Johnson had one carry for seven yards on an end-around run and returned four kicks for 70 yards (long of 23) in Los Angeles’ 30-27 overtime loss at New Orleans.
Emmanuel Ogbah, DE (Dolphins)
Ogbah had three tackles (one solo), one sack, a forced fumble and a pass defended in Miami’s 43-17 win at San Francisco. He has 14 tackles (seven solo), three sacks, two stuffs, one forced fumble and one pass defended this season.
Over the last few years Emmanuel Ogbah low-key has had one of the best cross-chop techniques in the NFL. pic.twitter.com/O4okx0XtIN— Brandon Thorn (@BrandonThornNFL) October 12, 2020
Russell Okung, OT (Panthers)
Okung started after missing the past two games with a groin injury and helped the Panthers avoid giving up a sack for a second straight week in Carolina’s 23-16 win at Atlanta.
Kevin Peterson, CB (Cardinals)
Peterson recovered a muffed punt by his teammate and returner Christian Kirk in Arizona’s 30-10 win against the Jets.
Vincent Taylor, DT (Browns)
Taylor started, but did not record a stat.
James Washington, WR (Steelers)
Washington had three receptions (four targets) for 25 yards in Pittsburgh’s 38-29 win against Philadelphia to remain undefeated. He has 13 receptions (19 targets) for 117 yards and one touchdown this season.