How former Wyoming Cowboys fared in NFL week 17

(Wyoming) – In week 17 of NFL action, Tashaun Gipson and the Chicago Bears were back at home against the New York Giants. Gipson had a solid game picking off the Giants QB and recording a 31-yard return on the interception. It was Gipson’s second pick of the season and the 27th of his career as the Bears Cruised to a 29-3 victory. 
 
Logan Wilson and the Cincinnati Bengals played host to the Kansas City Chiefs as Wilson was back in action after missing three games due to injury. In his return Wilson had a solid day posting five solo tackles and playing on every defensive snap. The Bengals came up big as well defeating the Chiefs 34-31 and improving to 10-6 on the season. 
 
Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills were also at home in week 17 facing the Atlanta Falcons. While Allen only threw for 120 yards in the cold and snowy conditions, he rushed for another 81 yards and had a season high two rushing touchdowns. Allen’s efforts helped the bills to a 29-15 win over the Falcons as they improve to 10-6 on the season. 
 
Carl Granderson and the New Orleans Saints played host to their division rivals the Carolina Panthers. Granderson had one solo tackle and assisted on two tackles as the Saints defeated the Panthers 18-10 to improve to 8-8. 
 
Marcus Epps played on both defense and special teams for the Philadelphia Eagles and recorded two tackles in their 20-16 win over the Washington Football Team. 
 
Mike Purcell did not record any stats for the Denver Broncos in their 13-34 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. 
 
Neither Andrew Wingard or Jacob Hollister recorded any stats for the Jacksonville Jaguars in their 10-50 loss to the New England Patriots. 
 
Chase Roullier remains on the injured reserve list for the Washington Football Team. 

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