Okies in the NFL, Week 9

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Dallas’ home game against Arizona featured several players with Oklahoma ties.

Former OSU quarterback Brandon Weeden got his first start at quarterback for the Cowboys, but struggled in the 28-17 loss to the Cardinals.

Weeden was 18 for 33 for 183 yards, with a touchdown pass, but also threw two interceptions.

Weeden’s TD pass was to former OSU teammate Dez Bryant, a 3-yarder that was one of only two catches for Bryant for just 15 yards.

Former Sooner DeMarco Murray had his streak of 100-yard rushing games come to an end, held to just 79 yards on 19 carries.

Dallas’ first touchdown came on a 59-yard interception return for a score by former OSU defensive back Tyler Patmon.

Former OSU kicker Dan Bailey kicked a 52-yard field goal, but also had a field goal attempt blocked.

Former Sooner defensive back Tony Jefferson had one tackle for the Cardinals.

Cleveland hosted Tampa Bay and beat the Buccaneers 22-17, with former Sooner Gerald McCoy recording two sacks and two tackles for a loss for the Bucs.

Former Sooner Jermaine Gresham had five catches for 36 yards in Cincinnati’s 33-23 win at home over Jacksonville.

Former Heritage Hall star Wes Welker had three catches for 31 yards for Denver, as the Broncos lost to Welker’s former team, New England, 43-21 in Foxborough.


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