Iowans In The NFL, Week 7

By Josh Christensen, TV9 Sports

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By Josh Christensen

Former Iowa natives and collegians who contributed statistically Sunday in NFL games:

IOWA
l Jonathan Babineaux, DT, Atlanta Falcons, had one solo tackle in 31-23 win over Tampa Bay.
l Dallas Clark, TE, Baltimore Ravens, caught three passes for nine yards and a TD in 19-16 loss to Pittsburgh.
l Scott Chandler, TE, Buffalo Bills, caught two passes for 18 yards in a 23-21 win over Miami.
l Pat Angerer, LB, Indianapolis Colts, had five tackles and a key interception at press time vs. Denver.
l Micah Hyde, CB, Green Bay Packers, had four solo tackles and recovered a fumble in 31-13 win over Cleveland.
l Colin Cole, DT, Carolina Panthers, had two tackles, including one solo, in 30-15 win over St. Louis.
l Bradley Fletcher, CB, Philadelphia Eagles, had three solo tackles in 17-3 loss to Dallas.
l Adrian Clayborn, DE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, had two tackles, one solo, in 31-23 loss to Atlanta.
IOWA STATE
l Ahtyba Rubin, DT, Cleveland Browns, had two solo tackles in loss to Packers.
l Leonard Johnson, CB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, had four tackles, including three solo, in loss to Atlanta.

OTHERS
l Fred Jackson, RB, Buffalo Bills — Former Coe standout rushed for 36 yards and a TD on 11 carries and caught four passes for 49 yards in Bills’ 23-21 win over Miami.
l Billy Cundiff, K, Cleveland Browns — Former Drake standout from Harlan hit both field goal attempts and one PAT in loss to Packers.

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