In fact, the perfect Patriots have been rolling with former Frog teammates Marshall Newhouse (left tackle) and Marcus Cannon (right tackle) on the same O-line in recent weeks.
But it wasn’t all good news for former Frogs offensive linemen. Joe Noteboom, the Rams’ starting left guard, sustained a season-ending knee injury on Sunday.
Here’s a look at how it went for the former Frogs in Week 6 —
Ben Banogu, LB Indianapolis: Colts were on a bye.
Marcus Cannon, OT New England: Started at right tackle on same O-line as Newhouse in Patriots’ 35-14 victory over Giants. Played all 82 snaps on offense.
L.J. Collier, DE Seattle: Played five snaps on defense as Seahawks went on to 32-28 victory over Browns.
Andy Dalton, QB Cincinnati: Dalton was 21-of-39 passing for 235 yards with no touchdowns and an interception in the Bengals’ 23-17 loss to Ravens.
Josh Doctson, WR Minnesota: On injured reserve with hamstring injury.
Travin Howard, LB L.A. Rams: Played 20 snaps on special teams in Rams’ 20-7 loss to 49ers.
Jerry Hughes, DE Buffalo: Bills were on a bye.
Joey Hunt, C Seattle: Played 12 snaps (seven on offense, five on special teams) in Seahawks’ 32-28 victory over Browns.
Colin Jones, S Carolina: He had a tackle on punt coverage, playing 32 special teams snaps, in the Panthers’ 37-26 victory over Buccaneers.
Marshall Newhouse, OT New England: Started at left tackle on same O-line with Cannon in Patriots’ 35-14 victory over Giants. Played all 82 snaps on offense.
Joseph Noteboom, OT L.A. Rams: Noteboom played 10 offensive snaps before sustaining a season-ending knee injury in the Rams’ 20-7 loss to San Francisco. Noteboom, a 2018 third-round pick, started all six games at left guard.
Matt Pryor, OT Philadelphia: He played five special teams snaps in Eagles’ 38-20 loss to Vikings.
Austin Schlottmann, OG Denver: He played six special teams snaps in Broncos’ 16-0 victory over Titans.
Ty Summers, LB Green Bay: Summers saw action on special teams (25 snaps) in the Packers’ 23-22 victory over the Lions.
Halapoulivaati Vaitai, OT Philadelphia: He came off the bench, playing six snaps (one on offense, five on special teams) in Eagles’ 38-20 loss to Vikings.
Jason Verrett, CB San Francisco: On injured reserve with an ankle injury.