NFLSU: How former LSU players fared in the NFL’s Week 6

Former LSU running back Darrel Williams of the Kansas City Chiefs did Sunday what he’s always done in his four-year NFL career.

Be ready when called upon.

With former LSU star and Chiefs starting running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire sidelined with sprained medial collateral knee ligament, Williams made sure his team didn’t miss a beat.

He ran for 62 yards and 2 TDs on 21 carries and 3 catches for 27 yards in the Chiefs’ 31-13 win over Washington.

Here’s a look at how former LSU players performed in the NFL’s Week 6:

Thursday night

Tampa Bay Bucs 28, Philadelphia Eagles 22

Bucs: LB Devin White 5 tackles (4 solo), 1 PBU, 1 QB hit; RB Leonard Fournette 81 yards and 2 TDs on 22 carries, 6 catches for 48 yards; ILB Kevin Minter 4 tackles (2 solo); WR Cyril Grayson (practice squad); CB Rashard Robinson (practice squad).

Eagles: LB JaCoby Stevens (practice squad).

Sunday afternoon

Jacksonville Jaguars 23, Miami Dolphins 20

Jaguars: DE/LB K’Lavon Chaisson; WR DJ Chark Jr. fractured his left ankle and is out for the season; OT Badara Traore (practice squad injured).

Dolphins: LB Duke Riley 1 tackle; LS Blake Ferguson snapped for 4 punts, 2 of 3 field goals, 2 of 2 extra points.

Kansas City Chiefs 31, Washington 13

Chiefs: RB Darrel Williams 62 yards and 2 TDs on 21 carries, 3 catches for 27 yards; S Tyrann Mathieu 5 tackles (3 solos); RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (injured reserve).

Washington: OT Saahdiq Charles no stats.

Los Angeles Rams 38, New York Giants 11

Rams: OT Andrew Whitworth got his 226th start of his 230-game, 16-season career for an offensive line that gave up two sacks and helped produce 365 yards total offense including 234 passing and 131 rushing.

Cincinnati Bengals 34, Detroit Lions 11

Bengals: QB Joe Burrow 19 of 29 for 271 yards, 3 TDs, 1 interception and 20 yards on 5 carries; WR Ja’Marr Chase 4 catches for 97 yards; DT Tyler Shelvin (inactive list); TE Thad Moss (practice squad injured).

Lions: DE Michael Brockers 4 tackles (2 solo), 1 TFL.

Baltimore Ravens 34, Los Angeles Chargers 6

Chargers: DT Breiden Fehoko (practice squad).

Ravens: LB Patrick Queen 3 tackles (2 solos).

Minnesota Vikings 34, Carolina Panthers 28

Vikings: WR Justin Jefferson 8 catches for 80 yards; DE Danielle Hunter 6 tackles (3 solo); CB Patrick Peterson 3 tackles (2 solo), 1 PBU.

Panthers: CB Donte’ Jackson 5 tackles (5 solo), 1 TFL, 1 PBU; WR Terrace Marshall Jr. 1 catch for 9 yards; DT Frank Herron (practice squad); TE Stephen Sullivan (practice squad).

Arizona Cardinals 37, Cleveland Browns 14

Cardinals: DT Rashard Lawrence no stats.

Browns: CB Greedy Williams 5 tackles (5 solo); WR Odell Beckham Jr. 6 catches for 79 yards; S Grant Delpit 2 tackles (2 solo); WR Jarvis Landry (injured reserve); LB Jacob Phillips (injured reserve).

Las Vegas Raiders 34, Denver Broncos 24

Raiders: TE Foster Moreau 1 catch for 11 yards.

Broncos: Broncos: C Lloyd Cushenberry Jr. started for an offensive line that allowed 5 sacks and helped produce 421 yards total offense including 309 passing and 112 rushing; CB Kary Vincent Jr. (inactive list).

Dallas Cowboys 35, New England Patriots 29 (OT)

Cowboys: LB Jabril Cox 1 tackle, 1 solo; OT La’el Collins no stats after returning from a five-game suspension in violation of the league’s substance abuse policy.

Patriots: DT Davon Godchaux 3 tackles; CB Jalen Mills 8 tackles (6 solo); DE Tashawn Bower (practice squad).

Sunday night

Pittsburgh Steelers 23,Seattle Seahawks 20 (OT)

Seahawks: S Jamal Adams 6 tackles (4 solo), 1 TFL; OG Damien Lewis started for an offensive line that allowed 5 sacks and helped produce 309 yards total offense including 165 passing and 144 rushing; DT Al Woods 3 tackles (2 solo); C Ethan Pocic (injured reserve); QB Danny Etling (practice squad).

Steelers: OG Trai Turner started for an offensive line that allowed 1 sack and helped produce 345 yards total offense including 226 passing and 119 rushing.

Monday night

Buffalo Bills at Tennessee Titans

Bills: LB Tre’Davious White; LS Reid Ferguson.

Titans: CB Kristian Fulton; WR Racey McMath (injured reserve).

Teams with byes

Falcons, Saints, 49ers, Jets

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