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Boston College Football: Eagles in the NFL, Week 7

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Luke Kuechly got ejected but not before he scored eight tackles. The NFL later admitted it was a mistake (for real).

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Will Blackmon, Jacksonville Jaguars

The defensive back made three solo tackles as the Jags finally won a game! Jacksonville "upset" the Cleveland Browns, 24-6.

Anthony Costanzo and Gosder Cherilus, Indianapolis Colts

Andrew Luck is having one of those seasons where the letters M, V, and P may soon be in his future. He had his fifth straight 300-yard passing game, and the Colts amassed over 500 yards as the Colts shut out Cincinnati, 27-0. Costanzo and Cherilus started as the dueling tackles for the team.

Jo-Lonn Dunbar, St. Louis Rams

Dunbar had four tackles in the Rams' 28-26 win over the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks.

Kasim Edebali, Seattle Seahawks

Edebali saw time at linebacker for Seattle in their 28-26 loss to St. Louis.

Matt Hasselbeck, Indianapolis Colts

With Luck dominating at the level he is, Hasselbeck hasn't needed to play. That's probably a good thing for Colt fans.

Mark Herzlich and Mathias Kiwanuka, New York Giants

The Giants lost to Dallas, which is enough to make anyone sad, but at least the duo combined for three tackles.

Luke Kuechly, Carolina Panthers

Kuechly recorded eight tackles in the Carolina loss to Green Bay, but the real drama came when the refereeing staff ejected the Tackle Machine for "making contact with an official." The NFL later stated the call was wrong. Kuechly at present has 82 tackles, good enough for best in the league, but because of the ejection, he recorded his first game with less than 10 tackles.

Al Louis-Jean, Chicago Bears

ALJ saw snaps in the loss to the Miami Dolphins.

Kevin Pierre-Louis, Seattle Seahawks

KPL played linebacker for the Seahawks and recorded a tackle in the loss to St. Louis.

Ryan Quigley, New York Jets

Quigley launched three punts for 128 yards in Gang Green's 27-25 loss on Thursday night to New England. One punt landed inside the 20 yard line and one went longer than 50 yards. He currently leads the NFL with 1,765 yards, fifth with an average of 47.7 yards per punt.

Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons

The Baltimore Ravens blew out Atlanta, 29-7, but it wasn't because of Matty Ice. Ryan went 29-for-44 for 228 yards and a touchdown, but he was sacked five times by the Raven defense. Ryan is second in the NFL with just over 2,000 yards passing.

Damik Scafe, San Diego Chargers

Scafe did not play in the Chargers 23-20 loss to Kansas City.

Andre Williams, New York Giants

Williams recorded 18 carries for 51 yards with a long of 22, but New York failed to ignite and lost to the Dallas Cowboys. Williams now enters his bye week with just over 100 yards in the last two games where he's started for Big Blue.