Broncos in the NFL Recap: Week Six
BOISE – Following tonight’s Monday Night Football contest, 10 of the National Football League’s 14 week-six games will have featured at least one former member of the Boise State football team.

The Monday-night showdown will feature former Broncos for the sixth time in as many weeks, as Ryan Clady and the Denver Broncos will square off against newly-signed Chris Carr and the San Diego Chargers.

Carr will be playing his second game with the Chargers after signing with the team two weeks ago.

Through the first six weeks of the season, nearly 70 percent of the total games played have featured a former Bronco (61-of-88; .693).

This week rookie running back Doug Martin combined for a career-high 131 yards in his start for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, rushing for 76 and catching two passes for 55. He caught a 42-yard pass, his longest play from scrimmage thus far this season.

Martin was one of six Broncos to start a game, Sunday.

Cornerback Kyle Wilson registered three tackles – including one-for loss – and also forced a fumble and broke up a pass in his start for the New York Jets.

Rookie defensive tackle Billy Winn forced a fumble in his start for the Cleveland Browns.

Quintin Mikell recorded four stops for the St. Louis Rams, including a TFL, a forced fumble and a pass break-up.

Titus Young also started at wide receiver for the Detroit Lions, catching two passes, and Daryn Colledge started at guard for the Arizona Cardinals.

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