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Rookie Wolverines In The NFL: Week 5

It was going great for Jourdan Lewis, until that final play

Green Bay Packers v Dallas Cowboy Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images

We all know what happened at The Big House on Saturday, but what you may not know is how the rookie Wolverines did in the NFL this past Sunday. Let’s roll through the notables.

Jourdan Lewis was having a very impressive performance Sunday against the Packers. With 3 pass break ups, including one on first-and-goal on the Packers’ final drive, and 7 tackles (5 solo tackles) to his name, Lewis was having a very good game.

Until this:

To be fair, Aaron Rodgers can make anyone look like a rookie. But when it’s an actual rookie he is picking on when it comes to a situation like this, it’s just not fair.

Meanwhile, Jabrill Peppers didn’t have the best game he’s ever played Sunday. His Browns were taking on the Jets in New York and Peppers finished with 3 tackles and 1 solo tackle. He also returned 3 punts for 28 total yards with a long of 16. However, he did fumble one of his punt returns, but the Browns did recover it, so no damage done.

Other stats:

Ryan Glasgow (CIN): 1 solo tackle

Chris Wormley (BAL): 1 solo tackle

Ben Gedeon (MIN): 1 solo tackle