Oct. 8, 2013
Eleven former Eagles are saw action in the NFL this week.
Will Blackmon, Jacksonville Jaguars, DB
- Started for the Jaguars and recorded a solo tackle in a 34-20 loss to the Rams
Anthony Castonzo & Gosder Cherilus, Indianapolis Colts, OT
- Both started on the offensive line for the Colts in a 34-28 win over Seattle ... Front-line protection allowed for 317 net yards of offense and three touchdowns (two passing, one rushing) to earn a win over the previously-undefeated Seahawks
Rob Francois, Green Bay Packers, LB
- Saw action in the 22-9 win over the Lions
Mark Herzlich, New York Giants, LB
- Saw time in the 36-21 loss to the Eagles
Mathias Kiwanuka, New York Giants, DE
- Notched two tackles and was in on a sack in the loss to Philadelphia
Luke Kuechly, Carolina Panthers, LB
- Intercepted his second pass of the season and returned it for 30 yards and recorded nine tackle in the 22-6 loss to the Cardinals ... tied for 18th in the league for tackles (38) ... Click here for a video clip of the interception
Ryan Quigley, New York Jets, P
- Punted three times for 140 yards, including a long of 48, in the Jets' 30-28 win over the Falcon on Monday Night Football in Atlanta. In three games this season, he is averaging 45.3 yards/punt.
BJ Raji, Green Bay Packers, DT
- Started on the defensive line for the Packers, holding the Lions to only nine points
Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons, QB
- Completed 36-of-45 passes for 319 yards, threw two touchdown passes without an interception in the Falcons' 30-28 loss to the Jets on Monday night in Atlanta. Brought the Falcons back from a 13-point deficit in the fourth quarter, capped off with a 63-yard, 5:40 touchdown drive to pull ahead by one with just under two minutes to play in the game. The Jets kicked a 43-yard field goal as time expired.
Chris Snee, New York Giants, C
- Requires season-ending hip surgery to repair a torn labrum after starting 141 regular-season games.
Jeremy Trueblood, Atlanta Falcons, OT
- Started on the offensive line in the Falcons' loss to the Jets on Monday night.