Oct. 12, 2010
Devin Aromshodu, WR, Chicago Bears- Aromshodu had one catch for no gain Sunday in Chicago's 23-6 win against the Carolina Panthers. His grab Sunday gave him five for the 2010 season, and the Bears' win moved them to first place in the NFC North.
Rob Bironas, K, Tennessee Titans- Bironas made two field goals and four extra points Sunday as the Titans defeated the Dallas Cowboys, 34-27. His first field goal was a 52-yarder in the first quarter followed by a 40-yard attempt in the third quarter. He is perfect 14-for-14 in extra point kicks, and has made 88.9 percent of his field goals for the season.
Ronnie Brown, RB, Miami Dolphins- The Dolphins had a bye in week five.
Jason Campbell, QB, Oakland Raiders- Campbell came off the bench to lead the Raiders Sunday as they came from behind to beat the San Diego Chargers, 35-27. He completed 13-of-18 passes for 159 yards and one touchdown and rushed four times for seven yards.
Antonio Coleman, LB, Buffalo Bills- The Bills lost to the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday 36-26 to remain winless for the season, and Coleman had one assisted tackle during special teams play.
Karlos Dansby, LB, Miami Dolphins- The Dolphins had a bye in week five.
Tim Duckworth, G, Carolina Panthers- Duckworth saw action at offensive guard Sunday in the Panthers' 23-6 loss to the Chicago Bears. He assisted in blocking for Carolina's offense which gained 147 yards for the day.
King Dunlap, T, Philadelphia Eagles
- Dulap saw action in the Eagles' 27-24 win over San Francisco Sunday. At offensive tackle his blocking helped the Philadelphia offense gain 352 yards.
Heath Evans, FB, New Orleans Saints- Evans saw action in the 132nd game of his career Sunday in the Saints' 30-20 loss to Arizona Sunday. He was unable to connect on the one pass that was thrown his way, but his blocking helped New Orleans' offense gain 358 yards.
Tyronne Green, G, San Diego Chargers- Green saw action in the seventh game of his NFL career Sunday in the Chargers' 35-27 loss to the Raiders. At guard his blocking skills helped the Charger's offense gain 506 yards including 415 in the air.
Ben Grubbs, G, Baltimore Ravens- As Baltimore defeated the Denver Broncos 31-17 Sunday, Grubbs got the start at left guard. With his blocking the Ravens' offense collected 233 yards rushing, including four rushing touchdowns.
Quentin Groves, LB, Oakland Raiders- Groves did not play in the Raiders' 35-27 win over the Chargers Sunday.
Will Herring, LB, Seattle Seahawks- The Seahawks had a bye in week 5.
Rod Hood, CB, Tennessee Titans- Hood is currently listed on the Titans' injured reserve list.
Brandon Jacobs, RB, New York Giants- The New York Giants beat the Texans Sunday 34-10, and Jacobs contributed 10 carries for 41 yards, including a 1-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. His touchdown was the second of the season and 42nd of his career.
Spencer Johnson, DE, Buffalo Bills- Johnson had three tackles, including one tackle for loss, Sunday as the Bills fell to the Jacksonville Jaguars, 36-26.
Pat Lee, CB, Green Bay Packers- Lee got the second start of his career Sunday for the Packers in their 16-13 overtime loss to the Washington Redskins. He recorded three solo and one assisted tackle on defense, one tackle on special teams and returned two kickoffs for 33 yards.
Sen'Derrick Marks, DT, Tennessee Titans- Marks was listed as inactive in Tennessee's 34-27 win over the Dallas Cowboys.
Walter McFadden, CB, Oakland Raiders- McFadden was listed as inactive in the Raiders' 35-27 win against the San Diego Chargers Sunday.
Marcus McNeill, T, San Diego Chargers- McNeil did not play in the Chargers' 35-27 loss to the Raiders Sunday.
Ben Obomanu, WR, Seattle Seahawks- The Seahawks had a bye in week five.
Jerraud Powers, DB, Indianapolis Colts- Powers came up big for the Colts defense Sunday as they handed Kansas City its first loss of the year. He had five solo tackles, the fourth most on the team, in Indy's 19-9 win.
Jay Ratliff, DT, Dallas Cowboys- Ratliff was in a three-way tie for the second most tackles for the Cowboys' defense in their 34-27 loss to the Tennessee Titans. He recorded four tackles, three solo and one assist, to give him nine tackles for the season.
Tony Richardson, FB, New York Jets- Richardson started at fullback for the third game of the season Monday night against the Vikings. His blocking helped the Jets' offense gain 155 yards rushing and 173 yards passing as they beat Minnesota 29-20.
Carlos Rogers, CB, Washington Redskins- Rogers got the 61st start of his career Sunday in the Redskins overtime, 16-13, victory over the Green Bay Packers. He had one solo tackle and two passes defended as the Redskins moved to first place in the NFC East.
Pat Sims, DT, Cincinnati Bengals- Sims saw action at defensive tackle for the Bengals in their last minute 24-21 loss to Tampa Bay, but did not record any tackles.
Takeo Spikes, LB, San Francisco 49ers- Spikes started his fifth straight game of the season at linebacker for the 49ers in their 27-24 loss to the Eagles. He led the team with eight tackles, all solo, and had one pass deflection.
Ben Tate, RB, Houston Texans- Tate is listed on the team's injured reserve list after suffering a season-ending ankle injury during the preseason.
Reggie Torbor, LB, Buffalo Bills- Torbor assisted on two tackles for the Bills Sunday in their 36-26 loss to Jacksonville.
Jonathan Wilhite, CB, New England Patriots- The Patriots had a bye in week five.
Carnell Williams, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers- In Williams' fourth start of the 2010 season, he finished the game with 11 carries for 33 yards, the second most on the team. The Buccaneers beat Cincinnati by three, 24-21, after scoring twice in the final two minutes of the game.
NFL Practice Squad
Montez Billings- New Orleans Saints