Tag Archives: Sean Weatherspoon
Atlanta Falcons safety William Moore picked up five tackles against the Carolina Panthers. Next to the rest of the MU alumni in the NFL, his stat line looks gaudy. San Francisco defensive end Justin Smith, Mr. Consistency, had an impact … Continue reading
In a generally lackluster week for former Tigers on offense, former Tiger defensive lineman stood out for their contributions on Sunday. Justin Smith and Ziggy Hood, the only big men in the NFL from the university, each dropped the quarterback. … Continue reading
In a Thanksgiving game many fans could not watch on cable, Brad Smith scurried away from the Cincinatti Bengals for two touchdowns, both spanning more than half the field.
Jeremy Maclin delivered a career performance, catching nine for 120 yards. Eagles’ quarterback Michael Vick targeted the receiver 14 times. After a 35 yard grab and run, Maclin and New York Giants’ strong safety Kenny Phillips had a heated exchange. … Continue reading
The St. Louis Rams won the overtime coin toss in San Francisco, giving Oklahoma product Sam Bradford’s offense the chance to drive down the field and put the game away. MU’s own Justin Smith shattered their hopes with a drive … Continue reading
Another quiet week for Tigers in the NFL. With not a score or a big play among them, the biggest news of the week may have been the return of Chase Daniel to the field at quarterback, not just as … Continue reading
In a weekend that saw Missouri football’s hopes tumble yet again in a heartbreaking loss after a huge victory, most of the university’s NFL products never saw the field on Sunday. Only the two Smiths, Brad and Justin, and Ziggy … Continue reading
Nearly half of the former MU Tiger football players were inactive due to injury, the bye week, or because they play behind one of the better quarterbacks in the game. Brad Smith had a bye, Sean Weatherspoon and Justin Gage … Continue reading
After matching his 2009 touchdown output as of week three, Maclin has not found pay dirt the past two games with Kevin Kolb at the helm. Brad Smith had another highlight reel play after this passing TD last week. After … Continue reading
Outside of former Missouri QB Brad Smith’s passing touchdown and strong safety William Moore’s interception, most former Tigers struggled on Sunday.