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Sunday Knight Football: Week 10

From the Oklahoma State win to these players’ performances, it was a good weekend for UCF fans

Syndication: Arizona Republic Rob Schumacher/The Republic / USA TODAY NETWORK

Week 10 of the NFL season saw a few huge performances from some former UCF Knights. We saw players make crucial plays, light up the stat sheet and in one case win the game for his team.

Let’s review these players performances:

LB Shaquill Griffin — Houston Texans

Griffin had quite the game in the Texans’ 30-27 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. He recorded five tackles, two of which were solo tackles, one pass deflection, and one critical interception that halted a Cincinnati drive:

RB Latavius Murray — Buffalo Bills

Murray received nine carries and recorded 68 yards and one touchdown in the Bills’ 24-22 loss to the Denver Broncos. It was his best rushing performance of the season so far:

WR Gabe Davis — Buffalo Bills

Davis led the Bills receivers in receiving yards on two receptions, plus a two-point conversion in the Bills’ loss.

S Richie Grant — Atlanta Falcons

Grant recorded nine tackles, seven of which were solo tackles, in the Falcons’ 25-23 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

K Matt Prater — Arizona Cardinals

Prater was four-for-four on field goals, with his longest kick from 56 yards, and made his lone extra point attempt in the Cardinals’ win over the Atlanta Falcons. Prater’s final field goal, a 23-yarder made in the final seconds, won the game for the Cardinals.

LS Charley Hughlett — Cleveland Browns

Hughlett served as a long snapper for four field goal attempts, two field goal attempts and two punts in the Browns’ 33-11 win over the Baltimore Ravens.

TE Jordan Akins — Cleveland Browns

Akins recorded one catch for eight yards on the Browns’ win.

DB Mike Hughes — Atlanta Falcons

Hughes recorded one tackle in the Falcons’ loss.

DT Kalia Davis — San Francisco 49ers

Davis dressed in the 49ers’ 34-3 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, but didn’t record any stats.