Gators in the NFL: Week Five

Another week produced another huge game for wide receiver Percy Harvin. The Minnesota Vikings athlete is working his way into MVP talks after the fifth week of the season.

Percy Harvin started at receiver for the Minnesota Vikings and caught eight passes for 108 yards and a touchdown. He added two rushes for eight yards with one touchdown.

Brandon Spikes started at linebacker for the New England Patriots and made six tackles, including one tackle for a loss. Jermaine Cunningham also saw time at linebacker and recovered a key fumble late in the game.

Will Hill saw time at safety and made three tackles, one tackle for a loss and a special teams tackle. He also forced a fumble on special teams. Hill was suspended for four games on Monday after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs.

Major Wright started at strong safety and recorded three tackles and one tackle for a loss.

Tim Tebow saw an increased package on Monday Night Football for the New York Jets. He threw one pass that was dropped and rushed the ball five times for 19 yards.

Reggie Nelson started at free safety for the Cincinnati Bengals and was second on the team with ten tackles, including one tackle for a loss. Carlos Dunlap also recorded a tackle at defensive end.

Jeremy Mincey started at defensive end for the Jacksonville Jaguars and had two hits on the quarterback.

Deonte Thompson saw time at receiver and continued kick returning duties. He returned two kicks for 52 yards.

Louis Murphy saw time at receiver and ran the ball once for three yards. He added one catch for five yards.

Mike Pouncey started at center for the Miami Dolphins. Maurice Hurt saw time on the line for the Washington Redskins.

Marcus Gilbert (right tackle), Maurkice Pouncey (center) and Max Starks (left tackle) all started on the offensive line for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Chris Rainey returned two kickoffs for 57 yards with a long of 44. He also caught one pass for six yards.

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