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How former Arizona Wildcats fared in Week 4 of NFL season

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Week 4 of the NFL season is in the books. Here’s a look at how all the former Arizona Wildcats around the league fared.

Dane Cruikshank, S, Tennessee Titans

Cruikshank recorded five tackles, four of them solo, in Tennessee’s 27-24 overtime loss to the New York Jets.

Through four games, Cruikshank is sixth on the Titans in tackles (16). He has also a forced fumble.

Nick Folk, K, New England Patriots

Folk’s streak of 36 straight made field goals came to an inglorious end Sunday night as he missed a potential 56-yard game winner to seal New England’s 19-17 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Folk connected on a 27-yard attempt earlier in the game. His 36 straight makes set a Patriots record.

Rob Gronkowski, TE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Gronk didn’t get the Foxborough homecoming he deserved. Instead, he was at home nursing four cracked ribs, one broken rib and a punctured lung. Ouch.

It may be another few weeks before he returns to the field.

J.J. Taylor, RB, New England Patriots

Taylor had one rush for zero yards and one reception for zero yards in New England’s loss to Tampa Bay. It’s been that kind of season for Taylor, who can’t seem to crack the Patriots’ running back rotation even as the team tallied negative one total rushing yards Sunday.

Roy Lopez, DT, Houston Texans

Lopez was responsible for two solo tackles in Houston’s 40-0 loss to Buffalo. It’s safe to say the Texans’ defense left a lot to be desired.

Gary Brightwell, RB, New York Giants

Brightwell didn’t see any action in New York’s 27-21 overtime win over New Orleans.

Nick Foles, QB, Chicago Bears

Foles didn’t play in Chicago’s 24-14 win over Detroit. He has not yet played a snap this season.

Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles, DB, San Francisco 49ers

Flannigan-Fowles didn’t see the field in San Francisco’s 28-21 loss to Seattle.