Vikings defensive end Jared Allen (Idaho State) had four solo tackles, two assisted tackles and a sack. His sack came on the final play of the game, as Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford was trying to set to throw a Hail Mary pass downfield with Minnesota leading 20-13.
Jets cornerback Kyle Wilson (Boise State) had three solo tackles and two assisted tackles. Wilson was starting in place of All-Pro Darrelle Revis, who is out with an ACL tear. The 49ers beat the Jets 34-0, and there were differing views on Wilson's performance from the New York media.
Newsday pointed out that while Wilson was called for pass interference on the first play of the game, he wasn't beat deep.
"I understood the whole feeling of the game when they were taking shots, what they were doing on offense regarding down and distance and their tendencies and how you switch up some things," Wilson told Newsday. "I thought I did a good job mentally and understanding what was coming at me."
Tara Sullivan of The Record in Hackensack, N.J., was more critical of Wilson's game. "Revis sub Kyle Wilson looked hopeless trying to keep up with 49er receivers," Sullivan said.
Other performances from Sunday included:
Bucs running back Doug Martin (Boise State) had eight rushes for 33 yards and two receptions for 9 yards.
Rams safety Quintin Mikell (Boise State) had five solo tackles.
Rams wide receiver Austin Pettis (Boise State) caught two passes for 22 yards.
Lions wide receiver Titus Young (Boise State) caught one pass for 17 yards and had one rush for 5 yards.
Dolphins wide receiver Legedu Naanee (Boise State) caught one pass for 19 yards and lost a fumble.