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Aggies in the NFL: Week 10

We highlight the biggest A&M-related NFL stories of Week 10.

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It was yet another busy week for our Aggies in the NFL. Quick shout out to Patrick Lewis (grabbing the starting center job in Seattle) and Steven Terrell (big special teams play on SNF) for making some noise.

And unfortunately, the Christine Michael era in Dallas is over. Let's hit the rest.


6) Von Miller

Von recorded another sack, but there wasn't much dancing to be had because the Broncos were embarrassed at home by Kansas City. The beating turned south, as beatings often do, and Denver safety TJ Ward was ejected for a cheap shot on Chiefs WR Jeremy Maclin.

Von stepped in to the ensuing beef to remind us all of some twitter etiquette.

5) Jake Matthews

Matthews has continually built upon his early-season string of impressive performances, drawing praise from the SBNation Falcons blog The Falcoholic amidst an otherwise dismal year on the OL.

Jake was off this past week, but he set aside a little family time on Saturday for brother Mike's Senior Day.

4) Martellus Bennett

Another week, another Bennett quote. Money was a bit quiet on the field (3 rec; 18 yards) but he had plenty to say off it, this time turning his sights to an entire city after the Bears impressive 37-13 road victory in St Louis.

Hey, St. Louis. Ya burnt.

3) Mike Evans

Mike has had some well-documented drop issues recently, but he still manages to put up some pretty impressive numbers. This week (8 receptions; 126 yards) was no exception.

2) Ryan Tannehill

Tanny played some muted, mistake free football (217 yards; 2 TD's/0 INT's). And when the chips were down, he fired a strike to put the Dolphins ahead late.

A strike, I say.

1) Johnny Manziel

Johnny's day in Pittsburgh got off to a pretty rough start... with what might be the most brutal facemask I've ever seen.

He was a champ, though. He popped right back up, and he battled his ass off in a game where the Browns struggled to keep Pittsburgh in striking distance.

He was doing everything he could to keep the Browns in it, but poor blocking and dropped passes plagued him at every turn. Case in point, they didn't even punch the ball in after the highlight directly above us.

But at the core of this crazy, bizarre day.... Johnny played some fantastic football. And I don't mean in the "highlight-worthy but ultimately poor on paper" sense.

The folks at PFF are about as no-frills as they come. They #grind through tape and do their best to give an objective measure of individual performance, and they said Johnny killed it.

The Browns (finally) noticed.


A quick pivot to close this week's article... let's talk quarterback management. The Broncos recently had a horrific performance from their QB. We're talking 2015 in Oxford bad.

They then noted that their starter's woes were injury-related.

Bold concept, I know.

In lieu of recent events in Denver, Cleveland, and College Station, I find myself pondering a scary question...