The NFL season is still far from over, but for the Cougs it is very close. Only Destiny Vaeao is still playing — and his chances to keep playing rest on the shoulders of Nick Foles. For the rest of the Cougs, the offseason has begun, but before we look ahead to 2018, let’s look back at how they fared this season. Here is how the rest of the Cougs wrapped up the year. Bucannon might have been headed for the Pro Bowl if not for a troublesome ankle injury.
The year came to a close on Sunday and with it so did the NFL regular season. While Week 17 is in the books, the Cougs aren’t quite done for the season just yet. Destiny Vaeao and the Philadelphia Eagles move on to the postseason. Here is how the rest of the Cougs wrapped up the year. Bucannon recorded six tackles against the Seahawks, tied for the most on the team. Cooper recorded a pair of tackles and a sack of Tom Brady onSunday. It was his fist sack since joining the Jets.
An ankle injury has limited Deone Bucannon’s time on the field this season, but that appears to be the only thing holding him back. Bucannon turned in yet another standout performance this week, including his first sacks of the season. Here is how all of the Cougs fared this week. Bucannon continued his stellar season, finishing with eight tackles, a sack, a pass deflection and a forced fumble against the New York Giants.
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