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PSUers in the NFL 2017: Week 14

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Sean Lee and NaVorro Bowman continue to show why they’re among the league’s best.

NFL: Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

The list of Nittany Lions in the NFL:

Arizona Cardinals: A.Q. Shipley

Atlanta Falcons: Jack Crawford

Chicago Bears: Adrian Amos

Cleveland Browns: Carl Nassib

Dallas Cowboys: Sean Lee

Detroit Lions: Anthony Zettel

Jacksonville Jaguars: Paul Posluszny and Allen Robinson

Kansas City Chiefs: Tamba Hali and Ross Travis

Los Angeles Chargers: Trevor Williams

Miami Dolphins: Mike Hull, Jordan Lucas, and Cameron Wake

New England Patriots: Chris Hogan (PSU lacrosse alum)

New Orleans Saints: Nathan Stupar, Gerald Hodges, and Michael Mauti

New York Jets: Christian Hackenberg

Oakland Raiders: NaVorro Bowman

Philadelphia Eagles: Stefen Wisniewski

Pittsburgh Steelers: Jesse James

San Francisco 49ers: Garry Gilliam, and Robbie Gould

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Chris Godwin and Donovan Smith

Tennessee Titans: Austin Johnson and DaQuan Jones

This week’s top performers:

  • Sean Lee returned to action, and led the Cowboys with 18 tackles, one tackle for loss, and an interception.
  • NaVorro Bowman led the Raiders with nine tackles and a sack.
  • Jesse James had 10 catches for 97 yards for the Steelers.

Others of note:

  • Chris Godwin led the Bucs in receiving with five catches for 68 yards.
  • Paul Posluszny had four tackles, including two tackles for loss, for the Jaguars.
  • Robbie Gould made all four of his field goals and both of his extra points for the 49ers.
  • Trevor Williams had three tackles for the Chargers.
  • Anthony Zettel had two tackles for the Lions.
  • Carl Nassib had two tackles for the Browns.
  • Mike Hull had two tackles for the Dolphins.
  • Michael Mauti had two tackles for the Saints.
  • Austin Johnson had one tackle for the Titans.
  • Jordan Lucas had one tackle for the Dolphins.
  • Chris Hogan had one catch for one yard for the Patriots.