Found November 05, 2012 on Blue Cougar Football:
Once again, the Pittsburgh Steelers' Brett Keisel carried the torch for former Brigham Young Cougars in the NFL this weekend. Dennis Pitta had a few good plays as the Baltimore Ravens were back in action. Next weekend is a former Cougars face-off weekend. Four of the six former Cougars will play in two games as their teams go head-to-head: Ravens-Raiders, Steelers-Chiefs.   Note: A special update on Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Austin Collie who injured his knee early this season is scheduled for later this week. Dennis Pitta, Baltimore Ravens, Tight EndPitta didn’t start at tight end, but he outplayed Ed Dickson who did. Pitta did had 2 reception for 33 yards. Neither one of Pitta’s receptions came on one of Baltimore’s scoring drives. The Ravens beat the Cleveland Browns, 25-15.StatsThis week: 2 receptions, 33 yardsSeason: 32 receptions, 309 yards, 2 touchdownsBaltimore Ravens: 6-2Next: Oakland RaidersBrett Keisel, Pittsburgh Steelers, Defensive EndKeisel is playing better...
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