Baker Mayfield made his first NFL debut and 13 other former Sooners showed out for week three of NFL play.
Here's a look at how they did:
Baker Mayfield, Cleveland
When the Browns’ regular starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor got injured, Heisman Trophy winner and former Sooner Baker Mayfield finally stepped on the field for his first regular season NFL game. Coming in at the end of the first half, Mayfield made his debut by throwing for 201 yards and coming back from a 14-point deficit to win the game 21-17. After, Mayfield was officially named the Browns’ new starting quarterback.
Mark Andrews, Baltimore
Mark Andrews helped Baltimore clench a win against Denver, 27-14 this week. The rookie tight end had two receptions and 59 receiving yards in his third regular season game.
Aaron Colvin, Houston
With five total tackles and two assists, the Texans defensive back Aaron Colvin did what he could, but it eventually led to a third consecutive loss for Houston, 22-27 against the Giants.
Jordan Evans, Cincinnati
Bengals linebacker Jordan Evans finished the game with three combined tackles in Cincinnati’s 21-31 loss to the Carolina Panthers.
Tony Jefferson, Baltimore
Defensive back Tony Jefferson went for four total tackles and one assist in this week’s game as the Ravens won over the Broncos on Sunday.
Adrian Peterson, Washington
Adrian Peterson and Washington won over Green Bay this week 31-17 with Peterson rushing for 120 yards. The eleventh-year running back also had two rushing touchdowns on 19 attempts.
Jordan Phillips, Miami
The Miami Dolphins’ defensive tackle, Jordan Phillips, went for two total tackles on Sunday as the team won its third consecutive game 28-20 against the Raiders.
Jordan Phillips is behind the bench pumping up the crowd. Coaches are pumping up the crowd. Players on the field are pumping up the crowd.— Matthew Cannata (@CannataNFL) September 23, 2018
The entire sideline now pumping up the crowd.
Sterling Shepard, New York
Sterling Shepard, wide receiver for the Giants, went for 80 receiving yards and one touchdown in the team’s win over Houston.
Kenny Stills, Miami
With 61 receiving yards and one touchdown, wide receiver Kenny Stills aided the Dolphins in their win over the Oakland Raiders.
Tress Way, Washington
Punter Tress Way exceeded his previous games punting 235 total yards. Out of his five punts, his longest went for 57 yards as the Redskins beat the Green Bay Packers.
Dede Westbrook, Jacksonville
Dede Westbrook and the Jaguars fell to Tennessee 6-9, with only 31 yards and three receptions.