Dec. 2, 2009
Canadian Footbal League
Damon Duval, kicker- Montreal Alouettes
Duval kicked a 33-yard field goal with no time left -- after getting a second chance because of a Saskatchewan penalty -- in the Grey Cup to give the Montreal Alouettes a 28-27 victory over the Roughriders Sunday. Duval missed moments earlier from 43 yards, but the Roughriders were penalized for having 13 men on the field. Duval also led the CFL with a league record-242 points on the season.
National Football League
Devin Aromashodu, wide receiver- Chicago Bears
Aromashodu caught one pass for six yards in a 36-10 loss to the Vikings on Sunday. The reception, his fifth of the season, also made an appearance on the SportsCenter top plays segment, and came early in the second quarter and was his second catch of the season.
Rob Bironas, kicker- Tennessee Titans
Bironas hit field goal attempts from 52 and 24 yards in the Titans' 20-17 win over Arizona on Sunday. He also chipped in a pair of successful PATs. He is now 18-of-22 on the season in field goals and 22-of-22 in PAT's this season.
Ronnie Brown, running back- Miami Dolphins
Brown underwent surgery Nov. 18 to repair a Lisfranc fracture to his right foot and coach Tony Sparano said it "went well.'' Brown, who has rushed for 677 yards and scored eight touchdowns this season, was placed on injured reserve. He suffered the injury in the Dolphins' Nov. 15 contest against Tampa Bay.
Jason Campbell, quarterback-Washington Redskins
Campbell completed 22-of-37 passes for 231 yards with two touchdowns and a pair of interceptions in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Eagles. His two touchdown passes matched a season-high.
Karlos Dansby, linebacker-Arizona Cardinals
Dansby had eight tackles in a 20-17 loss to Tennessee on Sunday. His 82 tackles this season ranks him tied for 16th in the NFL.
King Dunlap, offensive line- Philadelphia Eagles
Dunlap played sparingly on special teams in the Eagles' 27-24 win over Washington on Sunday.
Heath Evans, running back- New Orleans
Saints Evans tore his ACL in the fourth quarter of an Oct. 25 win over the Miami Dolphins when he was tackled near the sideline after catching a short pass from Drew Brees. He was placed on injured reserve, ending his season.
Tyronne Green, guard- San Diego Chargers
Green saw limited action on special teams in San Diego's 43-14 win over Kansas City on Sunday.
Quentin Groves, defensive end- Jacksonville Jaguars
Groves had a tackle for a loss in the fourth quarter of a 20-3 loss to the 49ers on Sunday.
Ben Grubbs, guard-Baltimore Ravens
Grubbs started at left guard in Baltimore's 20-17 overtime win over the Steelers on Sunday night. He helped the Ravens offense compile 393 yards, and also recovered a crucial fumble late in the fourth-quarter.
Will Herring, linebacker-Seattle Seahawks
Herring had a special teams tackle in the fourth quarter of a 27-17 win over the Rams on Sunday.
Kevin Hobbs, defensive back- Detroit Lions
Hobbs had three tackles and to go along with a quarterback hurry on Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers in a 27-7 loss to Green Bay on Thanksgiving.
Roderick Hood, defensive back- Tennessee Titans
Hood was inactive in Tennessee's 20-17 win over Arizona on Sunday.
Brandon Jacobs, running back- New York Giants
Jacobs was held to 27 yards on 11 carries and 30 yards on three receptions against the Broncos in a Thanksgiving night loss to Denver.
Spencer Johnson, defensive lineman-Buffalo Bills
Johnson had five tackles, including one for a loss and had his first sack of the season in a 31-14 win over Miami on Sunday. He now has 36 stops on the season.
Patrick Lee, defensive back-Green Bay Packers
Lee was placed on injured reserve on Sept. 5 with a knee injury, ending his season.
Sen'Derrick Marks, defensive lineman-Tennessee Titans
Marks was inactive in the Titans' 20-17 win over Arizona on Sunday.
Marcus McNeill, tackle- San Diego Chargers
McNeill started at left tackle in the Chargers' 32-3 win over the Broncos on Sunday. He helped the Chargers' offense rack up 348 total yards of offense.
Ben Obomanu, wide receiver-Seattle Seahawks
Obomanu returned a kickoff for 25 yards in Seattle's 27-17 win over St. Louis.
Jonathan Palmer, tackle- Carolina Panthers
Palmer was signed to the Panthers' practice squad on Sept. 30 and has not played in any games this season.
Jerraud Powers, defensive back- Indianapolis Colts
Powers, once again starting at cornerback for the Colts, had a season-high eight solo tackles in the Colts' 35-27 win over Houston on Sunday. He also broke up a pass intended for Houston's star receiver, Andre Johnson at the 13:30 mark of the second quarter.
Jay Ratliff, defensive line- Dallas Cowboys
Ratliff had five tackles, one for a loss, and a quarterback hurry in Dallas' 27-24 win over Washington on Sunday. He also recovered a fumble by Oakland quarterback Bruce Gradkowski right before the half.
Tony Richardson, fullback- New York Jets
Richardson served as the lead blocker for Jet tailback Thomas Jones in the Jets' 17-6 win over Carolina on Sunday. Jones racked up 75 yards on 25 carries and also ran for a touchdown in the victory.
Carlos Rogers, defensive back-Washington Redskins
Rogers had a pair of tackles in Washington's 27-24 loss to the Eagles on Sunday in his first start in three weeks.
Pat Sims, defensive line- Cincinnati Bengals
Sims had an assisted tackle in the Bengals' 16-7 win over Cleveland on Sunday. He now has 26 tackles on the season.
Takeo Spikes, linebacker- San Francisco 49ers
Spikes, returning from an injury that kept him out of action last week, had six tackles, one for a loss, a quarterback hurry, and a deflected pass in San Francisco's 17-3 win over Jacksonville on Sunday. He also had his second sack of the year coming in the fourth quarter as he sacked Jacksonville quarterback David Garrard.
Reggie Torbor, linebacker- Miami Dolphins
Torbor played, but did not record a tackle in Miami's 31-14 loss to the Bills' on Sunday.
Jonathan Wilhite, defensive back- New England Patriots
Wilhite had three tackles in a 38-17 loss to the Saints on Monday night. He started his third-straight game at left cornerback for the Patriots.
Carnell "Cadillac" Williams, running back-Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Williams ran 10 times for 30 yards in a 20-17 loss to the Falcons on Sunday. His longest rush on the afternoon was eight yards.