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Sunday Knight Football: NFL Week 3

Another week of NFL football, another week of UCF alumni balling out.

Dallas Cowboys v Arizona Cardinals
Matt Prater hit a 62-yarder on Sunday
Photo by Mike Christy/Getty Images

Let's once again review how all of the former UCF Knights in the league did this week.

WR Gabe Davis — Buffalo Bills

Davis only had one catch in the Bills’ 37-3 win over the Washington Commanders. But he made that one catch count, as it was a 35-yard touchdown.

He has now scored touchdowns in back-to-back games.

RB Latavius Murray — Buffalo Bills

Like Davis, Murray also helped put points up on the board. He recorded one touchdown, in addition to 15 yards on five carries.

Tay also now has scored a touchdown in back-to-back games

DB Shaquill Griffin — Houston Texans

After not recording any stats in the previous game, Griffin played a major role in helping the Texans upset his former team, the Jacksonville Jaguars. He led the Texans in tackles with 10, seven of which were solo.

K Matt Prater — Arizona Cardinals

Prater played a major role in helping the Cardinals upset the Dallas Cowboys. He was three-for-three on field goal attempts and made his lone extra point attempt in the Cardinals 28-16 win.

His highlight of the game was a 62-yard field goal before the end of the first half to put the Cardinals up by 11.

The 39-year-old Prater has now made 8/9 on the season, and is tied with Brett Maher for the most career FGs from 60+ yards in NFL history with three.

WR Brandon Johnson — Denver Broncos

Johnson recorded two catches for 12 yards. He and the rest of his Bronco teammates suffered a hard 70-20 loss to the Miami Dolphins.

S Richie Grant — Atlanta Falcons

Grant recorded six tackles, two of which were solo tackles, and two QB hits in the Falcons' 20-6 loss to the Detroit Lions.

LS Alex Ward — Los Angeles Rams

Ward served as the long snapper for three field goal attempts, six punts, and one extra-point attempt in the Rams in their 19-16 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.

LS Charley Hughlett — Cleveland Browns

Hughlett served as the long snapper on two field goal attempts, three punts, and three extra-point attempts in the Browns' 37-3 win over the Tennessee Titans.

TE Jordan Akins — Cleveland Browns

Akins dressed but record any stats in the Browns game.

DT Kalia Davis — San Francisco 49ers

Davis dressed but did not record any stats in the 49ers 30-12 win over the New York Giants.

DB Mike Hughes — Atlanta Falcons

Hughes dressed in the Falcons game but did not record any stats.