Week two of the NFL season is in the books. Let’s take a look at how your favorite former Red Raiders in the NFL faired this week.
Danny Amendola (WR – New England Patriots) - Week 1: Win
Amendola suffered an injury last week and did not play this week.
Bront Bird (LB – San Diego Chargers) - Week 1: Win
Bird only had one solo tackle during the game against the Eagles, probably due to the limited action he saw.
Michael Crabtree (WR – San Francisco 49ers) - Week 1: Loss
The Tech fan favorite remained on the disabled list due to an achilles injury for the 49ers’ win against the Packers.
Cody Davis (S – St. Louis Rams) - Week 1: Loss
Davis remains on the Rams practice squad.
Seth Doege (QB – Atlanta Falcons) - Week 1: Win
Doege remains on the Falcons practice squad.
Keyunta Dawson (DE – Tennessee Titans) - Week 1: Win
Dawson is on the Titan’s active roster, but has yet to play this season.
Dylan Gandy (OL – Detroit Lions) - Week 1: Loss
The second string right guard and the rest of the OL only allowed one sack for the game.
Darcel McBath (S – San Francisco 49ers) - Week 1: Loss
Like his current teammate, McBath is also on the disabled list for the 49ers.
Manny Ramirez (OL – Denver Broncos) - Week 1: Win
Manny Ramirez remains the starting center, and once again protected Broncos quarterback Payton Manning from any sacks.
Louis Vasquez (OL – Denver Broncos) - Week 1: Win
Vasquez also started on OL for the Broncos, which helped the offense continue to roll right over opposing teams’ defenses.
LaAdrian Waddle (OL – Detroit Lions) - Week 1: Loss
Waddle was listed as the second string left tackle, but did not play. Look for him to play in the upcoming weeks.
Wes Welker (WR – Denver Broncos) - Week 1: Win
Welker caught three passes for 39 yards, as well as his 41st touchdown. That touchdown is enough to tie as the 12th most in undrafted players in NFL history. Welker continues to be a dominating force in the Bronco offense scheme.
Catch us next week for another update on how your favorite players are doing in the pros. Wreck ‘em!