The 31-year-old is in the top-10 in the league in both kick and punt return average
He may be 31-years-old and in the midst of his 10th NFL season, but the Atlanta Falcons' Eric Weems has once again been among the league's best return men.
The former B-CU and Seabreeze star is seventh in the league with 23.4 yards per kick return, and fifth with 11.7 yards per punt return. Weems' 73-yard punt return against Oakland earlier in the year is the fifth-longest of the season.
These numbers are nothing new for Weems, who was drafted in 2006. Over the course of his career, the former Wildcat and Sandcrab has consistently been one of the better returners in the league, averaging 24.3-yards per kick return, and nearly 11-yards per punt return.
This past Sunday against Philadelphia, Weems had another strong day, returning three kicks for 74-yards, including a 28-yard return in the first quarter.
Here are how some of the other former area stars fared over the weekend.
Ricardo Allen, S, Atlanta Falcons
The former Mainland star recorded five tackles in Atlanta's 24-15 loss to Philadelphia.
Allen now has 56 tackles this season, good for third on the team.
Leonard Williams. DL, New York Jets
Williams had a strong game last week against Miami, but was quiet in Sunday's loss to the Rams, recording just four tackles and a quarterback hit.
The ex-Mainland Buccaneer now has 39 tackles, six sacks, and two forced fumbles this season.
Ryan Davis, DL, Dallas Cowboys
After being inactive for a few weeks, the former B-CU star saw some action in the Cowboys' 35-30 win over Pittsburgh, playing 18 snaps but not recording a tackle.
It's been a down season for Davis, who was cut by Jacksonville before Week 1, but quickly signed with Dallas. However, he's done very little since joining the Cowboys.
Over the first two years in the league, Davis has 24 tackles, 11 sacks, and three forced fumbles.