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Stanford in the NFL - Week 9
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 11/04/2013

STANFORD, Calif. - Three former Stanford players scored touchdowns during NFL Week 9 and Andrew Luck led the Indianapolis Colts to a comeback win with 15 fourth-quarter points at Houston.

Zach Ertz (Philadelphia Eagles) scored his first career touchdown and Jeremy Stewart (Oakland Raiders) had his first rushing touchdown in Oakland and Doug Baldwin helped Seattle to an overtime win with a 10-yard touchdown reception with 1:51 left in regulation.

Luck rallied Indianapolis from an 18-point deficit behind 15 second-half completions on 28 attempts. He connected with former Cardinal teammates Coby Fleener and Griff Whalen three times each during the 27-24 victory. Whalen's three catches and 32 yards each established new career highs.  

Doug Baldwin - @DougBaldwinJr
Seattle Seahawks - Wide Receiver
• Caught six passes for 75 yards, including a game-tying touchdown reception in the fourth quarter, in Seattle’s 27-24 win against Tampa Bay
• Highlight: 10-yard touchdown catch
• Highlight: Week 9 Top 5 catches

Zach Ertz - @ZERTZ_86
Philadelphia Eagles - Tight End
• Caught five passes for 42 yards and a touchdown in Philadelphia’s 49-20 win at Oakland
• Highlight: 15-yard touchdown catch

Andrew Luck
Indianapolis Colts - Quarterback
• Completed 18 of 40 passes for 271 yards and three second-half touchdowns in Indianapolis’ 27-24 win at Houston
• Highlights: Indianapolis Colts vs. Houston Texans

Coby Fleener - @CobyFleener
Indianapolis Colts - Tight End
• Caught five passes for 64 yards and added a two-point conversion reception in Indianapolis’ 27-24 win at Houston

Jeremy Stewart - @J_Stew32
Oakland Raiders - Running Back
• Carried two times for two yards and a touchdown in Oakland’s 49-20 loss against Philadelphia
• Highlight: Two-yard touchdown run

Richard Sherman - 
Seattle Seahawks – Cornerback
• Made three tackles in Seattle’s 27-24 overtime win against Tampa Bay

Thomas Keiser - @ThomasKeiser
San Diego Chargers - Linebacker
• Made three tackles in San Diego’s 30-24 loss at Washington

Erik Lorig - @eriklorig
Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Fullback
• Caught three passes for 14 yards in Tampa Bay’s 27-24 loss at Seattle

Griff Whalen
Indianapolis Colts – Wide Receiver
• Caught three passes for 32 yards in Indianapolis’ 27-24 win at  Houston

Toby Gerhart
Minnesota Vikings - Running Back
• Caught one pass for six yards and returned one kickoff for 20 yards in Minnesota’s 27-23 loss at Dallas

Levine Toilolo - @LevineToilolo
Atlanta Falcons - Tight End
• Played in Atlanta’s 34-10 win against Atlanta

Konrad Reuland
New York Jets - Tight End
• Played in New York’s 26-20 win against New Orleans

Will Svitek - @WillSvitek
New England Patriots - Offensive Tackle
• Played in New England's 55-31 win against Pittsburgh

Johnson Bademosi - @BadaBOOM_24
Cleveland Browns - Defensive Back
• Played in Cleveland’s 24-18 win against Baltimore

Alex Smith
Cincinnati Bengals - Tight End
• Played in Cincinnati’s 22-20 loss at Miami

Ryan Whalen
Cincinnati Bengals - Wide Receiver
• Played in Cincinnati’s 22-20 loss at Miami

Stepfan Taylor - 
Arizona Cardinals - Running Back
• Bye week

Jim Dray
Arizona Cardinals - Tight End
• Bye week

Jonathan Martin - @J_Martin71
Miami Dolphins - Offensive Tackle
• Inactive in Miami’s 22-20 win against Cincinnati

Chris Owusu - @Owusu81
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Wide Receiver
• Inactive (foot injury)

David DeCastro
Pittsburgh Steelers – Guard
• Inactive (ankle injury) for Pittsburgh’s 55-31 loss at New England

Delano Howell
Indianapolis Colts – Safety
• Inactive for Indianapolis’ 27-24 win at Houston

Sione Fua - @sionefua
Carolina Panthers - Defensive Tackle
• Inactive for Carolina’s 34-10 win against Atlanta

Alex Debniak - @AlexDebniak42
San Francisco 49ers - Fullback
• Listed on reserve/injured roster during bye week

Practice Squads
Michael Thomas – San Francisco 49ers – Safety 
Chase Thomas – Atlanta Falcons – Outside Linebacker
Matthew Masifilo – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Defensive Tackle



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