By TOM ZEBOLD
USF Senior Writer
TAMPA - The Jason Pierre-Paul sack attack is back.
USF's former star defensive end had his best week of the NFL season on Sunday when he posted two sacks and three tackles in the New York Giants' 26-3 victory at San Francisco.
Pierre-Paul had 1.5 sacks leading up to the 49ers game and helped the Giants' defense silence critics with six total sacks.
"We rattled the quarterback a lot today. He was getting out of the pocket, and that's what you need," Pierre-Paul told the New York Post.
Here is a look at how other former Bulls fared in Week 6 of the NFL season:
Jacquian Williams, N.Y. Giants, LB: Posted a sack and two tackles in the Giants' win over the 49ers. Season stats - 15 tackles, one sack.
Stephen Nicholas, Atlanta, LB: Played, but did not record a tackle in the Falcons' 23-20 win over the Raiders. Season stats - 39 tackles, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, one interception, two pass breakups.
Nate Allen, Philadelphia, S: Recorded two tackles in a 26-23 overtime loss to Detroit. Season stats - 32 tackles, three pass breakups.
Mike Jenkins, Dallas, CB: Posted a pass breakup in a 31-29 loss to Baltimore. Season stats - two tackles, two pass breakups.
Tyrone McKenzie, Minnesota, LB: Played, but did not record a tackle in a 38-26 loss to Washington. Season stats - four tackles.