December 23, 2013
Hokies in the Pros - A Look at Week 16
The Notebook
Here’s a look at how former Virginia Tech players did this week in their respective NFL games. Tech has 18 players on active 53-man rosters with three more players on practice squads and two more on the injured reserve.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK: Jarrett Boykin caught his third touchdown pass of the season for the Packers … Shayne Graham made his debut for the Saints, making both field goal attempts … Kam Chancellor (Seahawks) and DeAngelo Hall (Redskins) both had interceptions for their team.

Houston (L): Duane Brown - started

New Orleans (L): Shayne Graham - 2-for-2 on FGs, PAT, 1 offensive snap at WR

Kansas City (L): Brandon Flowers - started, 6 tackles, 1 PD

Washington (L): DeAngelo Hall - started, 4 tackles, 2 PD, INT; Will Montgomery - started; Joshua Morgan - started, 1 rush, 4 yds, 12-yd KOR, Darryl Tapp - 1 tackle

Seattle (L): Kam Chancellor - started, team-high 11 tackles, 2 PD, INT

New York Giants (W): Jayron Hosley - played, no stats

Baltimore (L): Tyrod Taylor - 1-for-4 passing, 2 yds, INT, 3 rush, 39 yds

San Diego (W): Eddie Royal - 4 rec, 57 yds

Pittsburgh (W): Jason Worilds - started, 3 tackles, sack, QBH; Green Bay (L): Jarrett Boykin - started, 5 rec, 54 yds, TD

Philadelphia (W): Roc Carmichael - played, no stats; Michael Vick - played, -2 rushing (2 kneel downs); Chicago (L): James Anderson - started, 3 tackles

Injured Reserve: Jeff King (Ari), David Wilson (NYG)
Not Active: Andre Smith (Cle), Ryan Williams (Ari)
Practice Squad: Corey Fuller (Det), Vinston Painter (Den), Bruce Taylor (Cin)

Hokies in the Playoffs: Kam Chancellor (Sea), Brandon Flowers (KC), Vinston Painter (Den P-Squad), Bruce Taylor (Cin P-Squad)

Still alive for playoff berths:
Baltimore (Taylor), Pittsburgh (Worilds), San Diego (Royal)
NFC - Arizona (Williams, King [IR]), Chicago (Anderson), Green Bay (Boykin), New Orleans (Graham), Philadelphia (Carmichael, Vick)

Eliminated from playoff contention:
Cleveland (Smith), Houston (Brown)
NFC - Detroit (Fuller P-Squad), New York (Hosley, Wilson [IR]), Washington (Montgomery, Hall, Tapp, Morgan)

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