Cyclones in the NFL: Week 9 recap

*** Leonard Johnson had two tackles, one solo, in the Buccaneers 27-24 overtime loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Johnson now has 35 total tackles, 28 solo, for the winless Bucs.

*** A.J. Klein had three tackles, one solo, in the Carolina Panthers’ 34-10 win over the Atlanta Falcons. Klein now has eight total tackles, five solo, for the 5-3 Panthers.

*** Jake Knott did not play in the Philadelphia Eagles’ 49-20 win over the Oakland Raiders. Knott has been hampered by an injury for the past two weeks and is once again questionable going into this weeks game with the Packers.

*** Ahtyba Rubin picked up two tackles, one solo, to go along with one stuff this week in the Cleveland Browns’ 24-18 win over the Baltimore Ravens. Rubin now has 27 tackles, 16 solo, and a sack for the 4-5 Browns.

*** Kelechi Osemele’s started once again for the Ravens in their 24-18 loss to the Cleveland Browns. 

*** Seneca Wallace saw his first action of the season on Monday Night Football following an injury to Aaron Rodgers. The Green Bay Packers fell to the Chicago Bears 27-20. Wallace finished the game 11-for-19 with 114 yards and an interception. Wallace is expected to start for the next several weeks as Rodgers is expected to be out at least three weeks with a collarbone injury.

Former Cyclones in the NFL Week 9 (Opponent, Time (ET), TV)

*** Leonard Johnson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Miami Dolphins, Monday @ 8:30 ET, ESPN)

*** A.J. Klein, Carolina Panthers (@ San Francisco 49ers, 4:05 ET, FOX)

*** Jake Knott, Philadelphia Eagles (@ Green Bay Packers, 1:00 ET, FOX)

*** Ahtyba Rubin, Cleveland Browns (Bye week)

***  Kelechi Osemele, Baltimore Ravens (Cincinnati Bengals, 1:00 ET, CBS)

*** Seneca Wallace, Green Bay Packers (Philadelphia Eagles, 1:00 ET, FOX)

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