NFL Cowboy Call-Ups: Ogbah tallies first sack

Ali Guidoum

Sports Blogger

@AliGuidoum_

 

Another week of football is in the books. The Dallas Cowboys keep on rolling and the Browns just keep losing. There were a handful of former Oklahoma State Cowboys that shined on the big stage. Let’s take a look at how they did this past week.

 

Dez Bryant, wide receiver, Dallas Cowboys

Dez Bryant hasn’t played a game since Week 3 due to a knee injury suffered against the Bears. Without him, the Cowboys have still been able to win big games and have a 5-1 record going into their bye week. Bryant is expected to be cleared and ready to go for the Cowboys’ matchup against the Eagles on Oct. 30.

 

Dan Bailey, kicker, Dallas Cowboys

After a recent back injury that questioned his kicking game the last two weeks, Bailey returned to his old self in another perfect day, going 3-for-3 in field goal attempts in the Cowboys’ 30-16 victory against the Packers on Sunday.

 

Emmanuel Ogbah, linebacker, Cleveland Browns

Browns rookie linebacker Emmanuel Ogbah recorded his first sack Sunday. (O'Colly File Photo)

Browns rookie linebacker Emmanuel Ogbah recorded his first sack Sunday.
(O’Colly File Photo)

After another poor showing by the Browns defense, Ogbah again had only one tackle against the Titans but was able to collect the first sack of his career.. Although Ogbah has been struggling this season, he could be due for a big game as the Browns take on the struggling Bengals on Sunday.

 

Perrish Cox, cornerback, Tennessee Titans

Although victorious, Cox and the Titans defense still allowed 336 passing yards. Cox had another quiet game Sunday, as he was kept in check against wide receiver Terrell Pryor. Cox had six tackles against the Browns. He now has 22 tackles on the season and has also tacked on two interceptions.

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