Former Michigan Athlete of the Week: Chris Wormley

Former Michigan Athlete of the Week: Chris Wormley

November 14, 2019
Chris Wormley (image via Baltimore Beatdown)

Former Michigan defensive tackle Chris Wormley doesn’t get mentioned in this space very often, but he had one of his best career games on Sunday with 4 tackles and 1 sack in a 49-13 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Wormley and the Bengals are now 7-2.


  • Devin Bush, Jr., LB (Pittsburgh Steelers): Bush made 3 tackles in a 17-12 win over the St. Louis Rams.
  • Frank Clark, DE (Kansas City Chiefs): Clark made 4 tackles and 1 sack in a 35-32 loss to the Tennessee Titans.
  • Mason Cole, OL (Arizona Cardinals): Cole started at right tackle in a 30-27 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Cole has now started at left guard, center, and right tackle in his career.
  • Maurice Hurst, Jr., DT (Oakland Raiders): Hurst made 2 tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss in a 26-24 win over the Los Angeles Chargers.
  • Jabrill Peppers, S (New York Giants): Peppers made 6 tackles and 1 pass breakup in a 34-27 loss to the New York Jets.



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    Stew Gotz
    Nov 14, 2019 at 1:32 PM

    Other than Tom Brady, we seldom see any offensive skill players do anything

    • Thunder
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      Joined: 7/13/2015
      Nov 15, 2019 at 7:42 AM

      I’m not keeping track of other schools, but sometimes I wonder if that’s such an odd thing. If you think about other top college programs, how many of them have multiple stars playing in the NFL, especially in the same position group? Alabama has a few, Clemson, Ohio State, LSU maybe, and then… I dunno. I mean, Notre Dame has no noteworthy quarterbacks, no noteworthy running backs, Golden Tate at wide receiver, a couple decent tight ends (Eifert, Rudolph), and that’s about it. Penn State has Saquon Barkley at running back…ummm…Allen Robinson at receiver, no quarterbacks. Mike Gesicki had one good week, I guess.

      Again, I’m not keeping a running tally, but I just don’t think any one program dominates the landscape in the NFL. A lot of perfectly decent programs have just a few contributors at the NFL level.

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