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How Rex Burkhead, T.J. Hockenson and other Midlanders in the NFL fared this week
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How Rex Burkhead, T.J. Hockenson and other Midlanders in the NFL fared this week

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According to the NFL, the Ravens quarterback has now won 35 games.

The Midlanders in the NFL list, published in The World-Herald on Nov. 1.

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Buffalo

Micah Hyde (Iowa): Four tackles, three solo, one fumble recovery.

Harrison Phillips (Millard West): Two assisted tackles.

Dallas

Chauncey Golston (Iowa): Two solo tackles.

Randy Gregory (Nebraska): One solo tackle, one sack, one forced fumble.

Greg Zuerlein (UNO): 2 for 3 on field goals, long of 39, 2 for 2 on PATs.

Denver

Noah Fant (Iowa/Omaha South): Two receptions for 8 yards.

Detroit

T.J. Hockenson (Iowa): 10 receptions for 89 yards.

Houston

Rex Burkhead (Nebraska): Four carries for 21 yards and a touchdown. One incomplete passing attempt. Three receptions for 27 yards.

Maliek Collins (Nebraska): Two tackles, one solo, one tackle for loss.

Christian Kirksey (Iowa): Five tackles, two solo.

LA Chargers

Nick Niemann (Iowa): One solo tackle.

Miami

Cethan Carter (Nebraska): One assisted tackle.

Minnesota

Ihmir Smith-Marsette (Iowa): One receptions for 6 yards.

Philadelphia

Jack Stoll, Philadelphia (Nebraska): One reception for 9 yards.

Tampa Bay

Shaq Barrett (Boys Town, UNO): Four tackles, two solo, one quarterback hurry.

Lavonte David (Nebraska): Eight tackles, six solo.

Anthony Nelson (Iowa): Two assisted tackles.

Ndamukong Suh (Nebraska): Four tackles, one solo. One sack for 6 yards. Two quarterback hurries.

Tennessee

Amani Hooker (Iowa): Four tackles, two solo, one pass defended.


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