NFL Coogs: Week 2, 2018

(Patrick) #1

Tonight kicks off Week 2 of the NFL season and there are 3 Coogs in action:

Thursday, Sep 13

  • Tyus Bowser (Ravens) at William Jackson III and Brandon Wilson (Bengals) - 7:20pm on the NFL Network

Sunday, Sep 16

  • Matt Adams (Colts) at Washington - Noon on CBS
  • Wade Phillips (Rams) vs Arizona - 3:05pm on FOX
  • Case Keenum (Broncos) vs Oakland - 3:25pm on CBS
  • Elandon Roberts (Patriots) vs DJ Hayden (Jaguars) - 3:25pm on CBS

Practice Squad:

  • Kenneth Farrow (Patriots)
  • Steven Dunbar (49ers)
  • Kyle Allen (Panthers)
  • D’Juan Hines (Chargers)

Injured Reserve

  • Howard Wilson (Browns)

(Cary) #2

Isn’t there a Coog that coaches for the Patriots?

Edit: Chad O’Shea, the WR coach is a Coog.

Prior to entering the NFL, O’Shea spent seven years coaching in the college ranks at his alma mater, the University of Houston (1996-99), and Southern Mississippi (2000-02). After graduation, he was a graduate assistant at Houston in 1996 and was hired as Houston’s wide receivers coach in 1997. He took over as tight ends/special teams coach in 1998 and added the title of recruiting coordinator in 1999. In 2000, he began a three-year stint as Southern Mississippi’s special teams coach and recruiting coordinator. During his time with the Eagles, his units blocked 21 kicks.


O’Shea played quarterback at Marshall University for two seasons (1991-92) before finishing his playing career at Houston (1994-95). He was team captain his senior season at Houston.

(Patrick) #3

Oh there’s a few, Thomas McGaughey coaches special teams for the Giants now (Haven’t heard about his medical condition though and whether he’s still with the team).

I try to cover HC/OC/DC mainly and Wade is the DC. I guess I can go ahead and throw in O’Shea and McGaughey as well.


Flacco isn’t throwing anywhere near WJ and the times he has, Jackson has a pass deflection. No sign of Bowser on D. Figured he would see more action with CJ Mosley being carted off. Is he that deep in the depth chart for LBs?

(Patrick) #5

Yep, Bowser is stuck behind Suggs still. Plays on Special Teams and a handful of defensive snaps.

(Patrick) #6

Recap from last night’s game:

  • Tyus Bowser (Ravens L 34-23 to Bengals) - 1 tackle
  • William Jackson III (Bengals W 34-23 over Ravens) - 1 tackle and recorded 2 pass defensed. He also forced an interception as Flacco admitted he was trying to avoid Jackson and his speed and threw the ball too long into the safety’s hands.
  • Brandon Wilson (Bengals W 34-23 over Ravens) - no stats


Greg Ward not on practice squad for iggles anymore?

(David) #8

Here is an article from last week

(David) #9

Doesn’t appear to be anymore but Braxton Miller is:

(Patrick) #10

Yep, they cut him after Week 1 to pick up Braxton Miller from the Texans.

Really surprised that Malveaux and Ward haven’t gotten picked up.

(Cristian) #11

Texans cut Braxton Miller??? Talk about not knowing how to use him… smdh texans

(Patrick) #12

BoB strikes again.

(Patrick) #13

Marcus signing with the San Antonio squad in the AAF.

(Patrick) #14

NFL Coogs are done for the week after Sunday

  • Matt Adams (Colts W 21-9 over Redskins) - Played 17 special teams snaps…recorded no stats
  • Case Keenum (Broncos W 20-19 over Raiders) - 19/35 for 222 yards 0TD 1INT, 61.8 Passer Rating, 3 rushes for 16 yards and 1 TD.
  • Elandon Roberts (Patriots L 31-20 to Jaguars) - 3 tackles
  • DJ Hayden (Jaguars W 31-20 over Patriots) - 4 tackles, 1 sack, 2 Tackles for Loss, recorded 1 QB Hit…was in on 43 plays on defense
  • Wade Phillips (Rams W 34-0 over Cardinals - Rams defense held Arizona to 137 yards of total offense in the shutout. Phillips’ D also got to the QB once and picked off a pass
  • Chad O’Shea (Patriots L 31-20 to Jaguars) - New England receivers had 11 receptions for 104 yards on 17 targets
  • Thomas McGaughey (Giants L 20-13 to Cowboys) - Giants Special Teams had 2 KR for 56 yards, 3 PR for 14 yards, 6 punts for 260 yards and 3 IN20 went 2/2 on FG and 1/1 on XP.

(Patrick) #15

I worked out @G_Ward1 today, and he’s in another zone 🔥 #NFL

— justin allen (@_jallen13_) September 15, 2018