A weekly look at how former Oklahoma State players performed in the NFL.
Dan Bailey, K (Vikings)
Bailey did not kick a field goal for a third straight week, and was 4 of 5 on extra point attempts in Minnesota’s 34-20 home win against the Lions. He’s 75 percent on field goals (6 of 8) and 95 percent on extra points (19 of 20) for 37 points.
Chris Carson, RB and Tre Flowers, DB (Seahawks)
Flowers had six tackles, including five solo and one for loss, in Seattle’s 44-34 loss at Buffalo. He has 34 tackles (25 solo), one forced fumble and two passes defended.
Carson missed his second straight game with a foot sprain. He has 470 yards (323 rushing, 147 receiving) and six touchdowns (three rushing, three receiving) with one fumble.
Dez Bryant, WR and Justice Hill, RB (Ravens)
Bryant was elevated from the practice squad and played in his first NFL game since 2017, but did not record a catch. Hill had three tackles on special teams.
Tyron Johnson, WR (Chargers)
Johnson had a 50-yard reception in Los Angeles’ 31-26 home loss to Las Vegas. He made his first career catch, a 53-yard touchdown, earlier this season in a 38-31 loss at Tampa Bay.
Emmanuel Ogbah, DE (Dolphins)
Ogbah had five tackles, including four solo and one for loss, and a strip sack that led to a 36-yard fumble return for Shaq Lawson in Miami’s 34-31 win at Arizona. It was the second straight week Ogbah had a strip sack that led to a scoop-and-score touchdown. He has 25 tackles (15 solo), seven sacks, three forced fumbles and three passes defended.
Russell Okung, OT (Panthers)
Okung did not play in Carolina’s 33-31 loss at Kansas City because of a calf injury.
Kevin Peterson, CB (Cardinals)
Peterson made his third tackle of the season, a solo one, in the loss to Miami.
Vincent Taylor, DT (Browns)
Cleveland had a bye week.
Mason Rudolph, QB and James Washington, WR (Steelers)
Washington helped Pittsburgh remain undefeated with a 17-yard touchdown catch in a 24-19 win at Dallas. It was his first reception and first touchdown in three weeks. He has 18 catches for 202 yards and three scores.
Rudolph was 2 for 3 and threw for 3 yards late in the second quarter when Ben Roethlisberger left the game to have his knee checked out before returning for the second half.