Robert Woods, T.J. McDonald In NFL Roundup


Robert Woods had one catch for 22 yards in the Bills’ victory over Minnesota. Aaron Corp completed 2-4 passes for 23 yards in the Dolphins’ 24-17 loss to Houston. Brian Cushing made a tackle for the Texans.

T.J. McDonald made a tackle for the Rams in their loss to the Packers. Taylor Mays had three tackles and Rey Maualuga two in the Bengals’ victory over the Titans. Allen Bradford had two tackles in the Seahawks’ victory over the Broncos. Mark Sanchez was 13-23 for 169 yards with one TD and one INT in the Jets’ win over the Jaguars.

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  • USConqueror1

    This man knew how to win by any means no doubt. I can’t stand his smug face and the fact he left us when he saw the kitchen getting hot.

    • Cloud Shaman

      Went tp the Stanford game in his last year. I don’t blame him for leaving. The cardinal and gold section was whining that it was not a banner yet and bagging on Pete. So ungrateful.

      • USConqueror1

        Can’t say I’m surprised that several fans where smack talking Pete carrol. Ive heard a lot of it myself. I respect that he had good coaching skills but I think he bailed as soon as he knew the hammer was coming down instead of acting like a real leader and helping us fight the accusations. Look where we are now.


      While I was upset when he left, I can’t fault him. He gave me many great memories.

      • TrojanFan

        At one point he went 45-1, the one loss was to Cal(Aaron Rodgers) in 3 OT’s. During that run he won 34 straight, a streak that may never be duplicated. The streak ended with a heart breaking loss to Texas in the NC game
        (I hate you Vince).

        Yes, he did give us a lot of great memories to be proud of

        • Joe Blow

          Screw those idiots that talk “$h!t” on Pete. He’s the BEST thing EVER that USC had in football. PERIOD