Auburn in the NFL: Week 13
Auburn had 20 players record a snap in Week 13 of the NFL season.
Teams that do not have an active former Auburn player: Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys, Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Chargers, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, Washington Redskins.
Arizona Cardinals (at Green Bay)
Rudy Ford, DB: Ford participated on 22 special team snaps in Arizona’s upset win at Lambeau.
Atlanta Falcons (vs. Baltimore)
Josh Harris, LS: Harris recorded seven snaps on Sunday afternoon.
Carolina Panthers (at Tampa Bay)
Cameron Artis-Payne, RB: Artis-Payne recorded 14 special team snaps to one offensive snap.
Cam Newton, QB: Despite four interceptions, Newton continues his game streak of multiple passing touchdowns to 11 consecutive games. He finished with 300 yards passing with two touchdown tosses.
Chicago Bears (at NY Giants)
Cody Parkey, K: Parkey was perfect again for the third consecutive week. He was 2-for-2 with three extra points.
Cincinnati Bengals (vs. Denver)
CJ Uzomah, TE: Uzomah finished the day with five catches and 33 yards. He has caught a pass in all but one of 12 games this season.
Cleveland Browns (at Houston)
Greg Robinson, OT: Robinson anchored the left side of the line and was a part of a unit that did not give up a sack versus a talented Texans front seven.
Jermaine Whitehead, DB: Whitehead contributed on 12 special team snaps.
Denver Broncos (at Cincinnati)
Jeff Holland, LB: Inactive (healthy scratch)
Detroit Lions (vs. LA Rams)
Kerryon Johnson, RB: Inactive (knee sprain)
Green Bay Packers (vs. Arizona)
Montravius Adams, DT: Adams recorded one tackle in 15 defensive snaps.
Houston Texans (vs. Cleveland)
Angelo Blackson, DE: Blackson had one stop in Houston’s 29-13 win.
Sammie Coates, WR: Coates played 12 special team snaps on Sunday afternoon.
Indianapolis Colts (at Jacksonville)
Braden Smith, OT: Smith started his eighth straight game at right tackle. He held down his starting spot even with the return of Joe Haeg from injury (started first four games of the season).
Kansas City Chiefs (at Oakland)
Dee Ford, LB: Ford finished the day with three tackles and one sack. He split a sack with Allen Bailey to give him 1.5 sacks for the day. Ford ranks eighth in the NFL in sacks.
Los Angeles Rams (at Detroit)
Blake Countess, DB: Countess recorded 25 special team snaps.
New England Patriots (vs. Minnesota)
Jonathan Jones, CB: Jones performed well in the clutch and snagged an interception to seal the victory for New England.
Brandon King, LB: King continued to take care of his special team duties recording 17 total snaps.
Oakland Raiders (vs. Kansas City)
Daniel Carlson, K: Carlson hit both of his field goal attempts with his longest coming from 50 yards out. Carlson has missed only one field goal since arriving in Oakland (six games).
San Francisco 49ers (at Seattle)
Shon Coleman, OT: Inactive (healthy scratch)
Seattle Seahawks (vs. San Francisco)
Neiko Thorpe, CB: Thorpe continues to be a focal point on special teams for Seattle as he ranks fourth on the team in percentage (50.15) of snaps.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (vs. Carolina)
Peyton Barber, RB: Barber extends his rushing touchdown game streak to three (career best). He finished the day 16 carries and 45 yards.
Carlton Davis, CB: Inactive (knee)
Tennessee Titans (vs. NY Jets)
Daren Bates, LB: Bates tops all Titans accounting for 82 percent of special team snaps. He recorded 31 snaps versus New York.
Current practice squad members:
Casey Dunn (Washington Redskins)
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:
Josh Bynes (Arizona Cardinals)
Corey Grant (Jacksonville Jaguars)
Joshua Holsey (Washington Redskins)
Carl Lawson (Cincinnati Bengals)
Ricardo Louis (Cleveland Browns)
Cassanova McKinzy (Washington Redskins)
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