CB, Rasul Douglas - Philadelphia Eagles (28 defensive snaps, 15 special teams snaps) - 2 tackles, 1 TFL
Douglas’ one tackle for loss came when Miami running back Damien Williams was reversing the field and Douglas stopped him for an 11-yard loss.
WR, Shelton Gibson - Philadelphia Eagles (18 offensive snaps) - 1 receptions, 4 yards on 1 target
Gibson basically has no chance of making the Eagles 53-man roster but could end up signing with the team’s practice squad.
LB, J.T. Thomas - New York Giants (11 total snaps) - 1 tackle
Thomas played for the first time this preseason and made on tackle. He is on the Giants bubble for the 53-man roster.
WR, Kevin White - Chicago Bears - 2 receptions, 30 yards on 4 targets
White didn’t do anything special but the Bears expected No. 1 wide receiver, Cameron Meredith, tore his ACL and is out for the season. White could lead the Bears in targets this season as long as he can stay healthy.
LB, Nick Kwiatkoski - Chicago Bears - 5 tackles
For the second time in three games this preseason, Kwiatkoski led the Bears in tackles.
G, Quinton Spain - Tennessee Titans (36 snaps) - To nobody’s surprise, Spain got the start on the Titans offensive line. What was surprising was when he got ejected in the second quarter for throwing a punch.
G, Mark Glowinksi - Seattle Seahawks - Glowinksi played in Week 3 but did not get the start like he did in Week 2.
OL, Adam Pankey - Green Bay Packers - Pankey played for the third-straight game but did not start. The great news for Pankey is he didn’t get injured unlike many of the other Packers offensive lineman this preseason. He has a chance of making the 53-man roster due to the injury situation in Green Bay and his ability to play both guard and tackle.
Performance of the Week
RB, Wendell Smallwood - Philadelphia Eagles (11 offensive snaps, 12 special teams snaps) - 4 carries, 28 yards
Smallwood played for the first time this preseason and did well with his limited touches. He averaged seven yards per carry and never had a run fewer than six yards.
This and That
QB, Geno Smith - New York Giants (20 snaps) - 5/10 for 51 yards, 1 carry for 2 yards
S, Keith Tandy - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 4 tackles
DL, Will Clarke - Cincinnati Bengals (11 snaps) - 4 tackles
LB, Bruce Irvin - Oakland Raiders (28 snaps) - 2 tackles
LB, Terence Garvin - Seattle Seahawks - 2 tackles
S, Karl Joseph - Oakland Raiders (34 snaps) - 1 tackle
WR, Daikiel Shorts - Buffalo Bills - 1 reception, 12 yards on 1 target
RB, Charles Sims - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 1 receptions, 4 yards on 1 target
LB, Najee Goode - Philadelphia Eagles (33 total snaps) - 1 tackle
WR/RET, Mario Alford - Cleveland Browns (6 offensive snaps) - 1 kick return 24 yards, 1 punt return 0 yards, 1 muffed fumble but recovered it.
CB, Daryl Worley - Carolina Panthers (31 snaps) - No statistics recorded
S, K.J. Dillon - Houston Texans (21 snaps) - No statistics recorded
CB, Adam “Pacman” Jones - Cincinnati Bengals (16 snaps) - No statistics recorded
DT, Christian Brown - Pittsburgh Steelers (2 special teams snaps) - No statistics recorded
S, Jarrod Harper - Jacksonville Jaguars - No statistics recorded
OL, Marquis Lucas - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Lucas was claimed by the Buccaneers last week and saw some playing time in the team’s Week 3 preseason game.
C, Tyler Orlosky - Philadelphia Eagles - Did Not Play
DL, Noble Nwachukwu - San Francisco 49ers - Did Not Play
List of the WVU players who did not play in Week 2: WR Tavon Austin - Los Angeles Rams (injury), OL Don Barclay - Green Bay Packers (injury)