Auburn in the NFL: Week 14
Auburn had 19 players record a snap in Week 14 of the NFL season.
Teams that do not have an active former Auburn player: Atlanta Falcons, 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 (vs. Detroit)
Rudy Ford, DB: Ford recorded 92 percent of the special team snaps on Sunday afternoon.
Carolina Panthers (at Cleveland)
Cameron Artis-Payne, RB: Artis-Payne carried the ball one time for five yards.
Cam Newton, QB: Newton hit 62 percent of his passes for 265 yards. He churned out 23 yards on the ground on five carries.
Chicago Bears (vs. LA Rams)
Cody Parkey, K: Parkey finished his Sunday night outing with seven points. He hit two field goals from 30-plus yards and knocked in an extra point after the game’s only touchdown.
Cincinnati Bengals (at LA Chargers)
CJ Uzomah, TE: Uzomah reeled in all three targets for 37 yards. He has caught a pass in all but one of 13 games this season.
Cleveland Browns (vs. Carolina)
Greg Robinson, OT: Robinson continues to be a staple at left tackle for the Browns, as he started his fifth consecutive game versus Carolina. The unit only surrendered one sack though it came from a secondary blitz.
Jermaine Whitehead, DB: Whitehead contributed on 15 special team snaps.
Denver Broncos (at San Francisco)
Jeff Holland, LB: Inactive (healthy scratch)
Detroit Lions (at Arizona)
Kerryon Johnson, RB: Inactive (knee sprain)
Green Bay Packers (vs. Atlanta)
Montravius Adams, DT: In 12 defensive plays, Adams recorded one stop.
Houston Texans (vs. Indianapolis)
Angelo Blackson, DE: Blackson recorded one tackle on 18 defensive snaps.
Sammie Coates, WR: Coates continues to show his upside on special teams contributing on 52 percent of the snaps.
Indianapolis Colts (at Houston)
Braden Smith, OT: Smith anchored the right tackle spot for the ninth consecutive week. The Colts are 6-3 with Smith in the starting lineup.
Kansas City Chiefs (vs. Baltimore)
Dee Ford, LB: Ford shared a sack with fellow SEC defender Justin Houston to bring his sack total to 11.0 on the year. The Chiefs are undefeated when Ford records a half or full sack in a game. They are winless when he does not.
Los Angeles Rams (at Chicago)
Blake Countess, DB: Countess recorded 22 snaps on special teams and finished with one tackle on defense.
New England Patriots (at Miami)
Jonathan Jones, CB: Jones played his second fewest amount of snaps this season on Sunday but still managed to partner with Kyle Van Noy on a sack.
Brandon King, LB: King continues to thrive on special teams, as he ranks third on the team in special teams participation (66 percent).
Oakland Raiders (vs. Pittsburgh)
Daniel Carlson, K: Carlson hit his only field goal attempt on the day from 44 yards out. He hit all three extra points to bring his total points to six on the day.
San Francisco 49ers (vs. Denver)
Shon Coleman, OT: Inactive (healthy scratch)
Seattle Seahawks (vs. Minnesota)
Neiko Thorpe, CB: Thorpe was a part of 18 special team snaps on Monday night.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (vs. New Orleans)
Peyton Barber, RB: Barber recorded his fifth consecutive game with at least 40 yards on the ground. His three-game touchdown streak came to an but he still leads the team in rushing touchdowns (four) on the season.
Carlton Davis, CB: Inactive (knee)
Tennessee Titans (vs. Jacksonville)
Daren Bates, LB: The Titans’ special teams leader, Bates played 18 snaps in Thursday night’s divisional win.
Current practice squad members (6):
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 (7):
Josh Bynes (Arizona Cardinals)
Corey Grant (Jacksonville Jaguars)
Josh Harris (Atlanta Falcons)
Joshua Holsey (Washington Redskins)
Carl Lawson (Cincinnati Bengals)
Ricardo Louis (Cleveland Browns)
Cassanova McKinzy (Washington Redskins)