Your Weekly Michigan State Spartans in the NFL Report
Tight end Kellen Davis reeled in a four-yard touchdown pass for the Bears in Chicagoâ€™s 31-20 victory over the Chargers.
Brandon McKinney and the Ravens triumphed 31-24 over Domata Peko, Kyle Cook and the Bengals in an AFC North showdown. McKinney had one tackle while playing at defensive tackle for Baltimore. Peko starred at defensive tackle for Cincinnati, racking up five tackles and a quarterback hit, while fellow Bengal Kyle Cook started at center.
Titansâ€™ running back Javon Ringer caught three passes for 35 yards in the teamâ€™s 23-17 defeat to the Falcons.
Drew Stanton was not active in the Lionsâ€™ 49-35 win versus the Panthers.
Plaxico Burress and Eric Smith both had good games for the Jets, but their team still fell to the Broncos by a narrow 17-13 margin. Burress had four receptions for 64 yards at wide out, while Smith had four tackles and one assist in the loss.
The Spartan duo of Greg Jones and Devin Thomas on the Giantsâ€™ roster witnessed a close 17-10 defeat at the hands of the division rival Eagles. Both Jones (middle linebacker) and Thomas (wide receiver) saw the field, but neither recorded any stats.
Brandon Fields and the Dolphins easily handled Dave Rayner and the Bills, 35-8. Fields punted seven times for 48.1 yards per punt, with his longest boot being of 64 yards. Rayner was responsible for six of the Billsâ€™ eight points, connecting on field goals of 30 and 56 yards.
Quarterback Brian Hoyer did not play in the Patriotsâ€™ 34-3 trouncing of the Chiefs on Monday Night Football.
Spartans on Bye: WR Derrick Mason, Texans; CB Chris Rucker, Colts