How the former Wyoming Cowboys fared in Week 13 in the NFL | national

LARAMIE – Josh Allen’s training in the cold Wyoming wind wasn’t enough to beat Bill Belichick.

The former Cowboy star and current Buffalo quarterback finished 15-for-30 for 145 yards and a touchdown in the Bills’ 14-10 home loss to the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football.

Allen’s rookie counterpart Mac Jones only attempted three passes in the miserable Buffalo weather conditions, including freezing temperatures and 40mph wind gusts.

The Patriots (9-4) ran the ball 46 times for 222 yards to take control of the AFC East over the Bills (7-5).

“I’m very confident in our guys. We have great leaders, real professionals on this team, ”said Allen, who led Buffalo with 39 rushing yards, in his post-game press conference. “This can be the one that can tear us apart or bring us closer, and I think the latter. I think we’ll get things done …

“I don’t think so. I know for a fact that we will because of the lineup we have.”

Allen and the Bills will look to bounce back against Tom Brady and reigning Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.

Here’s a look at how the former Wyoming Cowboys currently on the NFL rosters fared in Week 13:

Logan Wilson, linebacker, Cincinnati Bengals: Finished with three tackles, including one for a loss, before being taken off the field with a shoulder injury in the Bengals’ 41-22 home loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Cincinnati head coach Zac Taylor said Monday that Wilson, a Natrona High graduate who leads the team with 52 tackles, will miss this week’s game against San Francisco and may be out for longer.

Marcus Epps, security, Philadelphia Eagles: Finished with five tackles (three solo), one pass defended and intercepted BYU rookie quarterback Zach Wilson in the Eagles’ 33-18 road win over the New York Jets.

Andrew Wingard, Security, Jacksonville Jaguars: Finished with eight tackles, a team-high (three solo) in the Jaguars’ 37-7 road loss to the Los Angeles Rams.

Carl Granderson, defensive end, New Orleans Saints: Finished with a tackle and quarterback hit in the Saints’ 27-17 home loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

Tashaun Gipson, Security, Chicago Bears: Finished with five tackles (three solo) in the Bears’ 33-22 home loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

Eddie Yarbrough, defensive end, Minnesota Vikings: Waived by the Vikings the day before the team’s 29-27 loss to the Detroit Lions.

Tyler Hall, cornerback, Los Angeles Rams: Recorded no stats in the Rams’ 37-7 home win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Mike Purcell, defensive tackle, Denver Broncos: Inactive for the Broncos’ 22-9 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

Jacob Hollister, tight end, Jacksonville Jaguars: Inactive for the Jaguars’ 37-7 loss to the Los Angeles Rams.

Rico Gafford, wide receiver, Denver Broncos: Not activated by the practice squad for the Broncos’ 22-9 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

Tyler Gentry, wide receiver, Buffalo Bills: Not activated by the practice squad for the Bills’ 14-10 home loss to the New England Patriots.

Austin Fort, tight end, Tennessee Titans: Goodbye the week.

Brian Hill, running back, Cleveland Browns: Left the practice team last Tuesday

Chase Roullier, center, Washington football team: Reserve injured.

Taven Bryan, defensive tackle, Jacksonville Jaguars: Finished with two tackles (one solo) in the Jaguars’ 37-7 loss to the Los Angeles Rams.

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