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Bruins in the NFL: Week 9

Nov 8, 2022
Scott Quessenberry (Photo: Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports)

Though byes knocked eight active-roster Bruins out of action, 13 others took NFL fields in Week 9. Among them were Green Bay Packers Krys Barnes, who posted a team-high eight tackles in his first appearance since Week 1, and Sean Rhyan, who played the first regular-season snap of his professional career.

Krys Barnes, LB, Green Bay Packers – Making his first appearance since Week 1, Barnes piled up a team-high eight total tackles.
Week 10: Sunday vs. Dallas – 1:25 p.m. PT (FOX)
Kenny Clark, NT, Green Bay Packers – Starter Clark supported Barnes with seven total tackles of his own.
Week 10: Sunday vs. Dallas – 1:25 p.m. PT (FOX)
Ka'imi Fairbairn, K, Houston Texans – Fairbairn converted a 30-yard field goal, upping his season total to 14 on 16 tries. He also made each of his two extra-point tries and had two of four kickoffs go for touchbacks.
Week 10: Sunday at New York Giants – 10 a.m. PT (CBS)
Eric Kendricks, LB, Minnesota Vikings – Starter Kendricks recorded nine total tackles, including one for a loss of four yards, in a win.
Week 10: Sunday at Buffalo – 10 a.m. PT (FOX)
Marcedes Lewis, TE, Green Bay Packers – Lewis caught one pass for 19 yards in a starting role.
Week 10: Sunday vs. Dallas – 1:25 p.m. PT (FOX)
Otito Ogbonnia, DL, Los Angeles Chargers – Ogbonnia registered two total tackles in a narrow win at Atlanta.
Week 10: Sunday at San Francisco – 5:20 p.m. PT (NBC)
Matthew Slater, WR, New England Patriots – Slater assisted on one special teams tackle in a win.
Week 10: Bye
• TE Devin Asiasi (Cincinnati Bengals), C Andre James (Las Vegas Raiders), OL Conor McDermott (New York Jets), T Kolton Miller (Las Vegas Raiders) OL Scott Quessenberry (Houston Texans) and T/G Sean Rhyan (Green Bay Packers) also played, but did not record any statistics.
• On bye: Cleveland Browns (RB Demetric Felton Jr.), Dallas Cowboys (LB Anthony Barr, DT Osa Odighizuwa), Denver Broncos (TE Greg Dulcich), New York Giants (CB Darnay Holmes, DB Fabian Moreau), Pittsburgh Steelers (LB Myles Jack) and San Francisco 49ers (OL Jake Brendel, CB Qwuantrezz Knight – practice squad).