Bumped. Hook 'em
It was a good day for quite a few Horns. Three of our running backs produced very well, but 2 of them didn't get any support from their team. Orakpo went nuts.
Here is a quick break down, stats provided by ESPN.
Ricky: 108 yards on 28 carries with a TD to help the Dolphins win. He did lose 1 fumble.
Benson: 96 yards on 16 carries. I don't know why you had the ball to a guy named Leonard to fumble it when your main back is getting 6 ypc. Bengals were just too far back to keep handing it to Benson.
While we're talking about Benson, Cosby: 107 yards on 6 kick off returns. Cosby only got a chance to try to return 2 punts as the Bengal's D couldn't stop the Vikings and make them punt.
Jamaal Freaking Charles: 143 yards on 20 carries with a 76 yard TD run! Also 38 yards on 7 receptions. Zero fumbles. Net positive? I think so. Net negative = Matt Cassel who managed to turn the ball over 4 times. Somehow KC still only lost 16-10. After 3 Ints, with JC running that well,
I think you just Wild Bengal with JC and LJ just hand JC the ball all the time.
VY: Was doing well until he got hurt on a 44 yard run. He was 6/8 for 132 with a TD. I hope he's OK.
Roy Williams: Meh day during the Cowboys' loss. He seemed to do about as well as the other WRs though.. I don't know if he had any bad drops. He had 4 recs to lead the team with 74 yards, but no TDs.
Orakpo: FOUR sacks. FOUR. And the guy is playing LB most of the time. Crazy. He's at 11 for the year. If he doesn't disapear (he did go the last 3 games without a sack) he could break the Rookie record for sacks. I think he is only 3 or 4 away.
Huff obviously didn't have a great day being on the other side of the 34 to 13 beating of the Raiders by the Redskins.
If I missed any other Horns with good days please add them (obviously its hard to list stats to show how OL like Studdard helped thier teams to 27 offensive points).