The weekend in the NFL - Husker Style

Kris Brown celebrates after hitting game-winner.

How did some of your favorite former-Huskers do in the NFL this last weekend? Check out our weekend in the NFL - Husker style, to find out.

Josh Brown went 2 for 2 on field goals, helping Seattle in a 34-0 romp over the ‘Niners. Brown also added four extra points on the day. Grant Wistrom helped the effort, tallying 4 solo tackles on the day.

Kris Brown went 3 for 3 on field goals, a long of 49, but that last one was the game-winning shot, propelling Houston over the Chiefs, 24-21.

Jay Foreman led the Texans in tackles on the day with 10, 8 of those coming on his own.

Eric Warfield was 4th on the Chiefs in tackles, all four of his tackles coming as solos. The Chiefs lost to Houston, 24-21.

John Parrella had 2 tackles, 1 solo – 1 assisted, Oakland beating Tampa Bay, 30-20.

Ahman Green had just 67 yards rushing on only 17 carries against the Indianapolis Colts. Ahman did add 4 receptions for 34 yards, putting him over the century mark in total offense. That wasn't enough as Peyton Manning led the Colts past the Pack, 45-31.

Demorrio Williams had one tackle for the Falcons, Atlanta scraping by Arizona, 6-3. In that game, Kyle Vanden Bosch added one assisted tackle for Arizona in the loss.

Kyle Larson stayed busy against the Ravens, the former Husker punting the ball a total of 5 times. Larson averaged 41.2 yards and put one of those five punts inside of the 20 yard-line. Cincinnati lost to Baltimore, 23-9.

Dominic Raiola recovered a fumble by Detroit teammate, QB – Joey Harrington. Detroit lost 30-13. Recommended Stories

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