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How Former Cards In The NFL Fared: Week 2

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Gary Barnidge (TE, Cleveland Browns)

Caught four passes for 41 yards in Cleveland's 26-24 win over the Saints.

Josh Bellamy (WR, Chicago Bears)

Made his NFL debut and was targeted once in Chicago's come-from-behind win over the 49ers.

Teddy Bridgewater (QB, Minnesota Vikings)

Did not see the field in Minnesota's 30-7 loss to New England. Vikings fans appear more than ready for the Teddy era to begin.

Preston Brown (LB, Buffalo Bills)

Led the Bills with 13 tackles as they took care of Miami, 29-10. His total was the highest of any rookie in the NFL this week, and his two-game total of 20 tackles is the most of anyone on the Buffalo roster.

Harry Douglas (WR, Atlanta Falcons)

Caught four passes for 38 yards as Atlanta fell short against the Bengals, 24-10. Douglas has a touchdown reception in each of the Falcons' last three games against Tampa Bay, the team they'll be facing on Sunday.

Elvis Dumervil (LB, Baltimore Ravens)

Had two sacks as the Ravens defense suffocated Pittsburgh in a 26-6 win.

William Gay (CB, Pittsburgh Steelers)

Recorded one tackle in the Steelers' loss to Baltimore. Made major off-the-field headlines for speaking out against domestic violence.

Breno Giacomini (OT, New York Jets)

Was a captain and starter at left tackle, and consistently dominated his man in the Jets' 31-24 loss to Green Bay.

Senorise Perry (RB, Chicago Bears)

Returned one kick for 21 yards in Chicago's win over San Francisco. Bears coach Marc Trestman hinted during his Tuesday press conference that Perry likely won't be deep to return kicks going forward.

Bilal Powell (RB, New York Jets)

Carried four times for 16 yards in the Jets' loss to Green Bay.

Calvin Pryor (S, New York Jets)

Had three tackles in New York's loss to the Packers, but missed a key tackle on Jordy Nelson's 80-yard touchdown reception. His performance has left Jets fans wondering if he's being exposed playing center field.

Greg Scruggs (DE, Seattle Seahawks)

Was on the inactive list for Seattle's loss to San Diego.

Marcus Smith (LB, Philadelphia Eagles)

Caused a stir by being placed on the inactive list for the Eagles' Monday Night Football win over Indianapolis. Has some fans in Philadelphia already tossing around the "B" word....which is completely unfair.

Byron Stingily (OT, Tennessee Titans)

Was on the inactive list for the Titans' 26-10 loss to Dallas.

Eric Wood (C, Buffalo Bills)

Led the Bills to 2-0 via a 29-10 win over Miami. Was stuck in traffic on his way to the game and offered autographs to get ahead of the other cars.