By TOM ZEBOLD
USF Senior Writer
TAMPA - Jason Pierre-Paul showed off his athleticism Sunday at Dallas.
The former USF defensive end posted a sack, four tackles and returned an interception for a score in the New York Giants' dramatic 29-24 victory over the Cowboys.
Pierre-Paul's 28-yard pick-six, reminiscent of his big play as a Bull at Syracuse, put the Giants ahead, 23-0, in the second quarter before the team had to withstand a valiant comeback attempt by Dallas.
The former first-round pidk has totaled at least one sack in his past three games and has 5.5 this season.
Here is a look at how other former Bulls fared in Week 8 of the NFL season:
Stephen Nicholas, Atlanta, LB: Posted six tackles and a pass breakup in the Falcons' 30-17 win at Philadelphia. Season stats - 45 tackles, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, one interception and three pass breakups.
Nate Allen, Philadelphia, S: Eight of his nine tackles were solo stops in the Eagles' loss to the Falcons. Season stats - 41 tackles and three pass breakups.
George Selvie, Jacksonville, DE: Recorded two tackles in a 24-15 loss at Green Bay. Season stats - three tackles and one TFL.
Mike Jenkins, Dallas, DB: Posted one tackle in the Cowboys' loss to the Giants. Season stats - three tackles and two pass breakups.
Jacquian Williams, N.Y. Giants, LB: Did not play in Sunday's win at Dallas because of an injury. Season stats - 15 tackles and one sack.
Mistral Raymond, Minnesota, S: Ruled out of Thursday's loss to Tampa Bay because of an ankle injury. Season stats - five tackles and one pass breakup.