Auburn in the NFL: Week 11
Auburn had 18 players record a snap in Week 11 of the NFL season.
Teams that do not have an active former Auburn player: Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Chargers, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers.
Arizona Cardinals (vs. Oakland)
Josh Bynes, LB: Bynes tied for the team lead in tackles on Sunday (eight) and came away with a tackle for loss and pass deflection.
Rudy Ford, DB: Inactive
Atlanta Falcons (vs. Dallas)
Josh Harris, LS: Harris recorded seven snaps in the loss versus Dallas.
Carolina Panthers (at Detroit)
Cameron Artis-Payne, RB: Artis-Payne carried the ball once for a one-yard gain.
Cam Newton, QB: In a losing effort, Newton threw for three touchdowns and a season high of 357 yards. He extends his streak of multiple touchdown passes in a game to nine (each week marks a career high).
Chicago Bears (vs. Minnesota)
Cody Parkey, K: Parkey was perfect on his attempts going 3-of-3 with his longest coming from 48 yards out. He has scored at least nine points in 50 percent of Chicago’s games this season.
Cincinnati Bengals (at Baltimore)
CJ Uzomah, TE: Uzomah reeled in three catches on five targets. He eclipsed at least 40 receiving yards (41 yards on Sunday) for the fourth time this season.
Cleveland Browns (BYE)
Greg Robinson, OT
Jermaine Whitehead, DB
Detroit Lions (vs. Carolina)
Kerryon Johnson, RB: Johnson carried the ball 15 times for 87 yards and a touchdown. His longest run was 24 yards. He left the game with a knee sprain but all tests came back negative and should only miss a couple games.
Green Bay Packers (at Seattle)
Montravius Adams, DT: Adams recorded his highest snap total of the season (23) on Thursday night at Seattle.
Houston Texans (at Washington)
Angelo Blackson, DE: Blackson assisted on a tackle in 26 defensive snaps.
Sammie Coates, WR: Coates played 11 special teams snaps.
Indianapolis Colts (vs. Tennessee)
Braden Smith, OT: Smith started at right tackle for the sixth consecutive week. Smith has produced a 70.2 Pro Football Focus rating over the season which grades as an “above average” mark.
Kansas City Chiefs (at LA Rams)
Dee Ford, LB: Ford made an impact in the highest-ever scoring Monday Night Football game with two tackles and a forced fumble. Ford currently ranks ninth in the NFL with nine sacks
Los Angeles Rams (vs. Kansas City)
Blake Countess, DB: Countess recorded one tackle.
New England Patriots (BYE)
Jonathan Jones, CB
Brandon King, LB
Oakland Raiders (at Arizona)
Daniel Carlson, K: Carlson was a perfect 3-of-3 (long of 49) including a game-winning field goal to give Oakland its first win in five weeks.
San Francisco 49ers (BYE)
Shon Coleman, OT
Seattle Seahawks (vs. Green Bay)
Neiko Thorpe, CB: Inactive
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (at NY Giants)
Peyton Barber, RB: Barber had his best outing as a pro rushing for 106 yards on 18 carries with one touchdown. His previous high was in 2017 with 102 rushing yards.
Carlton Davis, CB: Davis recorded three stops versus New York. The rookie has played 84 percent of Tampa Bay’s defensive snaps.
Tennessee Titans (at Indianapolis)
Daren Bates, LB: Bates continues to be a focal point on special teams for Tennessee as he played on 89 percent of the snaps.
Washington Redskins (vs. Houston)
Casey Dunn, C: Dunn was active but did not record a snap.
Cassanova McKinzy, LB: In his second game of the season, McKinzy recorded 11 snaps on special teams and eight snaps on defense.
Current practice squad members:
Jeff Holland (Denver Broncos)
Devaroe Lawrence (Cleveland Browns)
Tray Matthews (Indianapolis Colts)
Jonathon Mincy (Chicago Bears)
Chad Slade (Houston Texans)
Gabe Wright (Oakland Raiders)
Current players on injured reserve:
Corey Grant (Jacksonville Jaguars)
Joshua Holsey (Washington Redskins)
Carl Lawson (Cincinnati Bengals)
Ricardo Louis (Cleveland Browns)