Roadrunners in the NFL – Week 2

Week 2 was pretty uneventful for UTSA alumni, as Teddy Williams was inactive for the Panthers in their game against the San Francisco 49ers, leaving David Morgan as the Roadrunners’ sole representative.

David Morgan II

TE – Minnesota Vikings – UTSA ’11-’15

David Morgan II
David Morgan II

David Morgan was once again the #12 most-used offensive player for the Vikings in their 17-14 win over Green Bay in their home opener.

Following up on his first ever NFL game, Morgan saw nearly as much action in his second game, appearing on 17 offensive snaps (29%) and 3 special teams snaps (12%). He still appears to be the top-choice blocking TE in Minnesota and should continue to get solid playing time.

Minnesota Vikings Offensive Snap Chart

                              Off.      ST
Player                  Pos Num  Pct Num Pct
Joe Berger                C  58 100%   3 12%
Andre Smith               T  58 100%   3 12%
Brandon Fusco             G  58 100%   3 12%
Alex Boone                G  58 100%   3 12%
Sam Bradford             QB  58 100%   0  0%
Matt Kalil                T  58 100%   0  0%
Kyle Rudolph             TE  56  97%   3 12%
Stefon Diggs             WR  51  88%   0  0%
Charles Johnson          WR  40  69%   0  0%
Adam Thielen             WR  38  66%  11 46%
Adrian Peterson          RB  34  59%   0  0%
David Morgan             TE  17  29%   3 12%
Zach Line                FB  14  24%   6 25%
Matt Asiata              RB  12  21%  12 50%
Jerick McKinnon          RB  12  21%   0  0%
Rhett Ellison            TE  11  19%   9 38%
Cordarrelle Patterson    WR   3   5%   3 12%
Laquon Treadwell         WR   2   3%   0  0%

Provided by Pro-Football-Reference.com: View Original Table

 

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Darrell Williams

Darrell started writing about UTSA football before it was even a thing, then he took a few years off, and now he’s back.