Three Utah products see limited action in TNF, more to suit up this weekend

The Vikings defense celebrates an interception of Eagles star QB Jalen Hurts. The Vikings brought two Utah products into this game in Khyiris Tonga and Jaren Hall, with the Eagles bringing one in Sua Opeta.
AP Photo by Matt Slocum

Utah’s three NFL products saw limited action in the Thursday Night Football game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Minnesota Vikings. BYU and Granger High School’s Khyiris Tonga had the biggest impact of all, recording one combined tackle and assisting on another for his Vikings, Weber State and Stansbury High School’s Sua Opeta logged seven special teams snaps at the guard spot for his Eagles and BYU and Maple Mountain High School star Jaren Hall unfortunately didn’t dress as the Minnesota’s third string QB. While it remains to be seen if these three will gain more playing time as the season wears on, there are plenty other Utah products who will be suiting up this weekend in search of repeatedly great performances like Puca Nacua, Fred Warner and more.


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