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Michael Davis joined John Denney as special team stars. Daniel Sorensen put up big numbers, and Kyle Van Noy made a big fourth down stop.
Here is the run down for all former BYU players in the NFL for week seven.
Ezekiel Ansah, Detroit Lions (3-3)
Ansah and the Lions had their bye week.
John Denney, Miami Dolphins (4-2 W New York Jets 31-28)
Denney snapped for six punts, and he downed one of them. He also snapped for four extra points, and the game winning field goal with 22 seconds left.
Daniel Sorensen, Kansas City Chiefs (5-2 L Oakland Raiders 31-30)
Sorensen had nine tackles, two tackles for a loss, and one pass break up.
Kyle Van Noy, New England Patriots (5-2 W Atlanta Falcons 23-7)
Van Noy made seven tackles, two tackles for loss.
Harvey Langi, New England Patriots (5-2 W Atlanta Falcons 23-7)Kyle Van Noy shuts down Gabriel from 4th-and-goal at the 1-yard line. Huge play. #BYU #Patriots pic.twitter.com/6zcbzRBoMm— Nate Cunningham (@NW_Cunningham) October 23, 2017
Langi was reunited with his wife this week following their car accident. Dick Harmon has a great update on Langi.
Bronson Kaufusi, Baltimore Ravens (3-4 L Minnesota Vikings 24-16)
Kaufusi made two tackles.
Jamaal Williams, Green Bay Packers (4-3 L New Orleans Saints 26-17)
Williams played but did not record any stats.
Alani Fua, Arizona Cardinals (3-4 L LA Rams 33-0)
Fua will not play until fully recovering from an injury sustained last season.
Taysom Hill, New Orleans Saints (4-2 W Green Bay Packers 26-17)
Hill did not play.
Kai Nacua, Cleveland Browns (0-7 L Tennessee Titans 12-9)
Nacua played, but did not record any stats.
Michael Davis, Los Angeles Chargers (3-4 W Denver Broncos 21-0)
Davis had three tackles on special teams (one punt, two kickoff). On the opening kickoff, he stopped the Broncos return man at the nine-yard line. His second tackle on a kickoff helped save a touchdown after it was returned 61 yards.
Jordan Leslie, Cleveland Browns (0-7 L Tennessee Titans 12-9)
Leslie pulled a hamstring and is out.
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