Tyrod Taylor leads Texans to victory in Houston debut
NY Giants in Washington – 8:20 p.m. ET – NFL Network
Two teams after losses play a division game on Thursday Night Football as CB Kendall Fuller, DT Tim Settle and TE Logan Thomas seek Washington’s first win of the season. In Week 1, Thomas recorded three receptions for 30 yards with an 11-yard touchdown while Fuller made five tackles (four solo) and Settle made one.
Heinicke to Logan Thomas gives #WashingtonFootball the head!
– NFL (@NFL) September 12, 2021
Sunday September 19
Denver to Jacksonville – 1 p.m. ET – CBS
In his first regular-season game with the Broncos after spending six seasons in Chicago, CB Kyle Fuller adapted perfectly to a defense that kept the Giants’ offense to just 13 points. Fuller posted a record six tackles and defended two assists, including one in 4 deflectione and goal, help Denver to a 27-13 victory in Week 1.
Kyle Fuller said ï¸
– Denver Broncos (@Broncos) September 12, 2021
Buffalo in Miami – 1 p.m. ET – FOX
After a tough loss to brother Terrell and the Steelers, LB Tremaine Edmunds and the Bills will look to turn the ship around in a key division game with Miami, which claimed a victory in New England to open the season. The youngest of the Edmunds finished the game with four tackles (three solo) and a pass defense.
Las Vegas to Pittsburgh – 1 p.m. ET – CBS
S Terrell Edmunds got the better of his brother Tremaine for the first time in three tries as the Steelers beat the Bills 23-16 in their opener of the season on Sunday. Terrell recorded five tackles in the win and will host LB Divine deablo and the Raiders at Heinz Field after Las Vegas’ thrilling overtime victory over Baltimore in Monday Night Football. Deablo made his regular season debut in the NFL and played mostly on special teams.
– Virginia Tech Football (@HokiesFB) September 12, 2021
Cincinnati to Chicago – 1 p.m. ET – FOX
RB Khalil Herbert started his NFL career with a bang, returning the opening kickoff for 50 yards on Sunday Night Football. Herbert was the Bears’ primary kicker as the rookie returned four kickoffs for 106 yards. The Bears (0-1) will look to bounce back from their prime-time loss when they host the Bengals (1-0).
Houston to Cleveland – 1 p.m. ET – CBS
Quarterback Tyrod Taylor shone on his first start for the Texans, throwing for 291 yards and two touchdowns while rushing four times for 40 yards, in the team’s 37-21 victory over Jacksonville. The Texans’ K Joey Slye also made a solid debut for his new team, scoring his three field goals with a length of 40 yards and realizing his four PATs. The pair of Hokies visit one another in G Wyatt Teller and the Browns, who just lost to Kansas City. Teller started right guard in the contest.
What bullet by @TyrodTaylor ??
– Virginia Tech Football (@HokiesFB) September 12, 2021
Minnesota vs. Arizona – 4:05 p.m. ET – FOX
T Christian darrisaw has yet to see his first NFL action after missing Minnesota’s opener with surgery during training camp. The Vikings are looking to bounce back from their early-season overtime loss when they travel to the wilderness to face the Cardinals 1-0.
Tennessee to Seattle – 4:25 p.m. ET – CBS
The third and final Hokie vs. Hokie game of Week 2 features CB Caleb Farley and the Titans visiting T Duane Brown and the Seahawks at Lumen Field for the late afternoon game on CBS. Farley made his regular season debut in the NFL in the Titans’ opening loss to Arizona while Brown saw his first action of the New Year in the NFL, starting in the left tackle for the Seahawks in their 28-16 victory over Indianapolis.
Kansas City to Baltimore – 8:20 p.m. ET – NBC
S Chuck Clark and the Ravens are back in prime time in week two after their overtime loss to Las Vegas on Monday Night Football, in which Clark started out safe, made three tackles and interrupted. three passes. Baltimore is looking to enter the winning column against the defending AFC champions on Sunday night.
Monday, September 20
Detroit to Green Bay – 8:15 p.m. ET – ESPN
After a tough loss to New Orleans in Week 1, T Yosh Nijman and the Packers welcome divisional foe Detroit (0-1) for Monday Night Football at Lambeau Field. Nijman played a reserve role in special teams in Week 1.
Hokies on the NFL rosters (as of September 15, 2021)
|76||T Duane Brown||Seattle|
|36||S Chuck Clark||Baltimore|
|71||T Christian darrisaw||Minnesota|
|5||KG Divine deablo||Las Vegas|
|34||S Terrell Edmunds||Pittsburgh|
|49||LB Tremaine Edmunds||Buffalo|
|33||RB Trey Edmunds (PS)||Pittsburgh|
|28||CB Brandon Facyson (PS)||LA Chargers|
|3||CB Caleb Farley||Tennessee|
|87||WR Isaiah Ford (PS)||Miami|
|23||CB Kyle Fuller||Denver|
|29||CB Kendall Fuller||Washington|
|24||RB Khalil Herbert||Chicago|
|62||DT Jarrod hewitt (PS)||Seattle|
|17||K Brian johnson (PS)||Chicago|
|44||TE Dalton Keene (IR)||New England|
|73||T Yosh Nijman||Green Bay|
|97||DT Tim Adjust||Washington|
|17||K Joey Slye||Houston|
|5||QB Tyrod Taylor||Houston|
|77||G Wyatt Teller||Cleveland|
|82||TE Logan Thomas||Washington|
Hokies on the NFL staff
Bruce Arians – Head Coach, Tampa Bay
Malcolm Blacken – Senior Director of Player Development, Washington
Corey Fuller – Assistant Scout, Caroline
Cody Grimm – Defensive / Special Team Assistant, Tampa Bay
Lea Joseph – Assistant to the General Manager, Jacksonville
Jeff King – Director of Pro Scouting, Chicago
Anthony Midget – Secondary, Tennessee
Nick Rapone – Security, Tampa Bay
Johnny Shelton – Team Chaplain, Baltimore
Nick Sorenson – Special Teams Coordinator, Jacksonville
Darryl Tapp – Defensive Line Assistant, San Francisco
Todd Washington – Assistant Offensive Line, Jacksonville