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Oklahoma State in NFL: How former Cowboys fared in Week 10

A weekly look at how former OSU players performed in the NFL.

NFL: Los Angeles Chargers at Miami Dolphins Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

A weekly look at how former Oklahoma State players performed in the NFL.

Dan Bailey, K (Vikings)

Bailey was 2-for-2 on field goals from 37 and 43 yards, both in the third quarter, and 1-for-1 on extra points in Minnesota’s 19-13 win at Chicago. He had gone three straight games without attempting a field goal. He’s 80 percent (8 of 10) on field goals and 95.2 percent (20 of 21) on extra points.

Chris Carson, RB and Tre Flowers, DB (Seahawks)

Flowers had six tackles (five solo) in Seattle’s 23-16 road loss against the Los Angeles Rams.

Carson (mid-foot sprain) did not play for a third-straight week, but could return for Seattle’s next game.

Dez Bryant, WR and Justice Hill, RB (Ravens)

Hill had a 3-yard reception, his first of the season, in Baltimore’s 23-17 loss at New England. He was also penalized when he tackled a punt return who had signaled for a fair catch.

Bryant did not play.

Tyron Johnson, WR (Chargers)

Johnson was not targeted in Los Angeles’ 29-21 loss at Miami. He has two catches for 103 yards and one touchdown.

Emmanuel Ogbah, DE (Dolphins)

Ogbah had one sack, one solo tackle and two passes defended in Miami’s 29-21 win against the Chargers. His current six-game streak with at least one sack is the second-longest in Dolphins history. His eight sacks are tied for the fourth-best total in the NFL. He also has 26 tackles (16 solo), three forced fumbles and five passes defended.

Russell Okung, OT (Panthers)

Okung (calf) was inactive for Carolina’s 46-23 loss against Tampa Bay.

Kevin Peterson, CB (Cardinals)

The Cardinals placed Peterson (concussion) on injured reverse last Wednesday. He has three tackles (one solo) in eight games.

Vincent Taylor, DT (Browns)

Taylor had one tackle in Cleveland’s 10-7 win against the Texans. He has eight tackles (five solo) and one fumble recovery this season.

James Washington, WR (Steelers)

Washington had two receptions for 30 yards in Pittsburgh’s 36-10 win against the Bengals. He has 20 catches for 232 yards and three scores.