In nine games played, Michael Bush has tallied 490 yards on the ground and four touchdowns along with one receiving touchdown.
Alas is edition No. 10 of Cardinals in the NFL from ‘Inside the Huddle.’ Twelve Louisville letterwinners saw time on the gridiron in week four. Below is a breakdown of each player and their statistics:
David Akers (San Francisco, Placekicker) – In a game where the first six scores were field goals, Akers booted four through the uprights and finished with 13 points in a 27-20 win over the New York Giants. His long of the game was a 52-yarder.
Deion Branch (New England, Wide Receiver) – Branch earned the start at wide receiver in a 37-16 victory over the New York Jets. He finished the game with five catches for 58 yards, including an eight-yard TD reception in the fourth quarter.
Michael Bush (Oakland, Running Back) – Bush earned his second-straight start of the season in a 24-17 victory over San Diego. He torched the Chargers for 157 yards on the ground on 30 carries, including a long of 44 and one touchdown. He also had three catches for 85 yards.
Harry Douglas (Atlanta, Wide Receiver) – Douglas saw time off the bench in a 26-23 loss to New Orleans. He exploded for 133 yards on eight catches along with one three-yard rush.
Elvis Dumervil (Denver, Defensive End) – Dumervil earned the start at right defensive end in a 17-10 victory over Kansas City. He recorded one assisted sack and had three quarterback hits.
William Gay (Pittsburgh, Cornerback) – Gay earned the start at left cornerback in a 24-17 victory over Cincinnati. He had one interception that he returned for 12 yards to with three tackles and four passes defensed (one led to an interception).
Breno Giacomini (Seattle, Offensive Tackle) – Giacomini saw limited playing time in a 22-17 victory over Baltimore.
Brandon Johnson (Cincinnati, Linebacker) – Johnson earned time off the bench in a 24-17 loss to Pittsburgh. He had one tackle on special teams.
Amobi Okoye (Chicago, Defensive Tackle) – Okoye saw limited playing time in 37-13 victory over Detroit. He tallied two solo stops in the win.
Johnny Patrick (New Orleans, Defensive Back) – Patrick saw limited playing time in a 26-23 victory over Atlanta.
Jason Spitz (Jacksonville, Guard) – Spitz was inserted as a substitute in the Jaguars’ 17-3 victory over Indianapolis.
Eric Wood (Buffalo, Center) – Wood earned the start at center in a 44-7 loss to Dallas.