Broncos In The NFL: Week 7
Oct. 26, 2016

BOISE, Idaho - It was the Jay Ajayi Show once again in Week 7 of the NFL season, as the former Bronco and current Miami Dolphin became just the fourth running back in league history to post consecutive 200-yard rushing games, going for 214 yards in Miami's 30-26 win over Buffalo.

Ajayi was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for the second week in a row, following his 204-yard, two-touchdown outing against Pittsburgh in Week 6.

Linebacker Kamalei Correa also made his first NFL start Sunday in Baltimore's game against the New York Jets.

Here's a look at how Boise State's alumni fared in Week 7:

RB Jay Ajayi - Miami Dolphins
Ajayi started for the Dolphins Sunday and became the fourth running back in NFL history to record consecutive 200-yard rushing performances, going for 214 yards and a touchdown on 28 carries in Miami's 28-25 win over Buffalo. For his performance, Ajayi was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for the second week in a row, becoming the first running back to do that since LaDainian Tomlinson in 2006.

T Ryan Clady - New York Jets
Clady started at left tackle in the Jets' 24-16 victory over Baltimore.

LB Kamalei Correa - Baltimore Ravens
Correa made the first start of his NFL career Sunday, making three tackles (two solo) and forcing a fumble in Baltimore's 24-16 loss to the Jets.

DT Tyrone Crawford - Dallas Cowboys
Crawford and the Cowboys were on a bye in Week 7.

CB Donte Deayon - New York Giants
Deayon was placed on injured reserve-practice squad by the New York Giants on Oct. 13.

S George Iloka - Cincinnati Bengals
Iloka started at free safety and made eight tackles in Cincinnati's 31-17 win over Cleveland.

DE Demarcus Lawrence - Dallas Cowboys
Lawrence and the Cowboys were on a bye in Week 7.

T Charles Leno - Chicago Bears
Leno started at left tackle in Chicago's 26-10 loss to Green Bay Thursday night.

RB Doug Martin - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Martin (hamstring) was inactive for the fourth-straight game due to injury. Tampa Bay had no problem with the 49ers Sunday, winning 34-17.

Shea McClellin - New England Patriots
McClellin saw action in New England's 27-16 win over Pittsburgh on Sunday.

QB Kellen Moore - Dallas Cowboys
Moore was placed on season-ending injured reserve in August after suffering a broken ankle in training camp.

G Rees Odhiambo - Seattle Seahawks
Odhiambo was inactive for Seattle's 6-6 tie against Arizona Sunday night.

C Matt Paradis - Denver Broncos
Paradis started at center for Denver in the Broncos' 27-9 win over Houston Monday night.

CB Orlando Scandrick - Dallas Cowboys
Scandrick and the Cowboys were on a bye in Week 7.

CB Jamar Taylor - Cleveland Browns
Taylor started for Cleveland Sunday and made three tackles in the Browns' 31-17 loss to Cincinnati.

S Darian Thompson - New York Giants
Thompson (foot) missed his fifth-straight game due to injury Sunday.

CB Kyle Wilson - New Orleans Saints
Wilson will miss the 2016 season after being placed on injured reserve with a torn labrum during the offseason.

DL Billy Winn - Denver Broncos
Winn shared a tackle in Denver's 27-9 win over Houston Monday night.

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