Auburn In The NFL Week Eight
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Pat Sims of the Cincinnati Bengals
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Nov. 2, 2010

Devin Aromshodu, WR, Chicago Bears- The Bears had a bye in week eight.

Rob Bironas, K, Tennessee Titans- Bironas made his 15th field goal of the season, a 21-yarder, Sunday as the Titans fell to the Chargers, 33-25. He also made two extra point kicks.

Ronnie Brown, RB, Miami Dolphins- Brown started the seventh game of the season Sunday in Miami's 22-14 win at Cincinnati. He led the Dolphins in rushing with 16 carries for 61 yards, and also had one reception for seven yards.

Jason Campbell, QB, Oakland Raiders- Campbell was 15-of-27 for 310 yards and two touchdowns Sunday as the Raiders defeated Seattle 33-3. His first touchdown pass came in the second quarter, a 30-yard completion to Marcel Reece, and for his second he connected with Darrius Heyward-Bey for a 69-yard reception in the fourth quarter. Campbell also rushed four times for four yards.

Antonio Coleman, LB, Buffalo Bills- Coleman was listed as inactive in the Bills' overtime 13-10 loss to Kansas City Sunday.

Karlos Dansby, LB, Miami Dolphins- Dansby had the third most tackles for the Dolphins defense Sunday in their 22-14 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. He recorded eight tackles, which gives him 50 total for the season, and had one pass deflection to help Miami remain perfect on the road for the season.

Tim Duckworth, G, Carolina Panthers- Prior to the Panthers' week seven match-up against the San Francisco 49ers, Duckworth was released. He saw action in the team's first five games of the season.

King Dunlap, T, Philadelphia Eagles- The Eagles had a bye in week eight.

Heath Evans, FB, New Orleans Saints- Evans saw action Sunday night in the Saints' 20-10 win against the Steelers. He had one reception for two yards, and his blocking helped New Orleans' offense gain 318 yards.

 

 

Tyronne Green, G, San Diego Chargers- Green saw action in the eighth game of his career Sunday in the Chargers' 33-25 win against Tennessee. His blocking helped the San Diego offense gain 456 yards for the day.

Ben Grubbs, G, Baltimore Ravens- The Ravens had a bye in week eight.

Quentin Groves, LB, Oakland Raiders- Groves got his fifth start of the season in the Raiders' 33-3 win against the Seahawks. He had two solo tackles, which gives him 50 solo tackles for his career, and had one quarterback hurry.

Will Herring, LB, Seattle Seahawks- Herring recorded two solo tackles and defended one pass in the Seahawks' 33-3 loss to the Raiders Sunday.

Rod Hood, CB, Tennessee Titans- Hood is currently listed on the Titans' injured reserve list.

Brandon Jacobs, RB, New York Giants- The Giants had a bye in week eight.

Spencer Johnson, DE, Buffalo Bills- Johnson recorded two solo tackles and one pass deflection Sunday in the Bills' overtime 13-10 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday.

Pat Lee, CB, Green Bay Packers- Lee saw action on special teams Sunday for the Packers and made one solo tackle in their 9-0 win over the Jets.

Sen'Derrick Marks, DT, Tennessee Titans- Marks got the second start of his career and recorded two tackles Sunday in the Titians' 33-25 loss to San Diego.

Walter McFadden, CB, Oakland Raiders- McFadden did not play in the Raiders' 33-3 win against the Seahawks Sunday.

Marcus McNeill, T, San Diego Chargers- McNeil started his third game of the season since returning to action in week six. His blocking helped the Charger offense gain 300 passing yards and 156 rushing yards in their 33-25 win against Tennessee.

Ben Obomanu, WR, Seattle Seahawks- Obomanu saw action on offense and special teams for the Seahawks Sunday. He had one catch for five yards and three special teams tackles in Seattle's 33-3 loss to the Raiders.

Jerraud Powers, DB, Indianapolis Colts- Powers was listed as inactive in the Colts' 30-17 win against Houston Monday night.

Jay Ratliff, DT, Dallas Cowboys- Ratliff started the 53rd game of his career for the Cowboys Sunday. He had one tackle and one fumble recovery in their 35-17 loss to Jacksonville.

Tony Richardson, FB, New York Jets- Richardson started his fifth game of the season Sunday in the Jets' 9-0 loss to Green Bay. He did not have any carries, but his blocking helped the team accumulate 360 yards of total offense.

Carlos Rogers, CB, Washington Redskins- Rogers recorded three tackles Sunday in his eighth start of the season for the Redskins in their 37-25 loss to Detroit.

Pat Sims, DT, Cincinnati Bengals- Sims saw action in the 32nd game of his career for the Bengals Sunday in their 22-14 loss to Miami. He recorded three tackles, including two solo, to give him six for the year.

Takeo Spikes, LB, San Francisco 49ers-Spikes started his eighth straight game of the season Sunday in the 49ers' 24-16 win against Denver. He had the third most tackles for the San Francisco defense, recording seven combined. He also had one fumble return for eight yards in the game played in London.

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 got his third start of the season Sunday in the Bills' overtime 13-10 loss to the Chiefs. He had four tackles on defense and one on special teams.

Jonathan Wilhite, CB, New England Patriots- Wilhite recorded two tackles for the Patriot defense in their 28-18 victory over the Vikings.

Carnell Williams, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Williams started his 55th career game Sunday as the Buccaneers beat the Cardinals 38-35 in overtime. He had four rushes for 10 yards and three catches for 26 yards.

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