Auburn in the NFL--Week 13

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Jason Campbell
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Dec. 9, 2009


 

 

Devin Aromashodu, wide receiver- Chicago Bears

Aromashodu was targeted twice by Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler, but did not have any catches in the Bear's 17-9 win over the Rams on Sunday.

Rob Bironas, kicker- Tennessee Titans

Bironas hit a 20-yard field goal and added two successful point-after attempts in Tennesse's 27-17 loss to the Colts on Sunday.

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 30-of-42 passes for 367 yards, three touchdowns and one interception in Week 13 against the Saints. His 300 passing yards marked the first time since week three that he eclipsed the mark and he tied a career high with three touchdown passes.

Karlos Dansby, linebacker-Arizona Cardinals

Dansby had eight tackles in a 30-17 upset over Green Bay on Sunday night, and also picked off Brett Favre in the third quarter for his first interception of the season.  His 90 tackles this season ranks him 14th in the NFL.

King Dunlap, offensive line- Philadelphia Eagles

Dunlap played sparingly on special teams in the Eagles' 34-7 win over the Falcons 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 was inactive in San Diego's 30-23 win over Cleveland on Sunday.

Quentin Groves, defensive end- Jacksonville Jaguars

Groves three stops, two solo and an assisted, in Jacksonville's 23-18 win over Houston Sunday.

Ben Grubbs, guard-Baltimore Ravens

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Will Herring, linebacker-Seattle Seahawks

Herring had did not have a tackle in Seattle's last second, 20-17 win over San Francisco on Sunday.

Kevin Hobbs, defensive back- Detroit Lions

Hobbs had a trio of stops in Detroit's 23-13 setback to Cincinnati on Sunday. A former waiver-wire pickup, Hobbs now has 28 tackles on the year.

Roderick Hood, defensive back- Tennessee Titans

Hood did not record any stats in Tennessee's 23-13 loss to the Colts on Sunday.

Brandon Jacobs, running back- New York Giants

Jacobs rushed 13 times for 39 yards with a touchdown and added one catch for 74 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Cowboys. The touchdown pass came from Eli Manning on a flare route and outran the entire Dallas defense for the score, for his first receiving TD of the season.

Spencer Johnson, defensive lineman-Buffalo Bills

Johnson did not record a tackle in Buffalo's 19-13 loss to the Jets on Thursday, breaking a four-game streak where he had at least four tackles.

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 active, but did not record a tackle in Tennessee's 23-13 loss to the Colts on Sunday.

Marcus McNeill, tackle- San Diego Chargers

McNeill started at left tackle in the Chargers' 30-23 win over Cleveland on Sunday and helped the Chargers compile 477 yards on the day.

Ben Obomanu, wide receiver-Seattle Seahawks

Obomanu caught his third pass of the season, a 12-yard reception from Matt Hasselbeck on the first play of the second quarter in a 20-17 win over the 49ers on Sunday. He also returned a kickoff for 33 yards in the win.

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, starting at right cornerback, had four tackles and a pair of pass deflections, one in the first quarter and another in the third, in the Colts' 27-17 win over Tennessee.

Jay Ratliff, defensive line- Dallas Cowboys

Going against one of the top offensive lines in the league in the New York Giants, Ratliff had three tackles and a pair of pass deflections. He also forced an Ahmad Bradshaw fumble at the 7:27 mark of the second quarter, and recovered the fumble for his second recovery of the season.

Tony Richardson, fullback- New York Jets

Richardson had a season-high two carries for 36 yards in the Jets 16-13 win over Buffalo in Toronto on Thursday. The 36 yards came on rushes of 19 and 17-yards.

Carlos Rogers, defensive back-Washington Redskins

Rogers, starting at cornerback, had a pair of tackles in Washington's 33-30 overtime heartbreaker loss to the Saints. He has four tackles in the past two games.

Pat Sims, defensive line- Cincinnati Bengals

Sims had a solo stop in the first quarter of Cincinnati's 23-13 win over Detroit on Sunday for his only tackle of the day.

Takeo Spikes, linebacker- San Francisco 49ers

Spikes had a season-high nine tackles in San Francisco's 20-17 loss to Seattle on Sunday. He is 44th in the NFC with 48 stops on the season.

Reggie Torbor, linebacker- Miami Dolphins

Torbor played on special teams but did not record a tackle in Miami's 22-21 win over New England on Sunday.

Jonathan Wilhite, defensive back- New England Patriots

Wilhite had two tackles on defense and added a stop on special teams in New England's 22-21 loss to Miami on Sunday. He was once again a key part in New England's cornerback rotation.

Carnell "Cadillac" Williams, running back-Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Williams ran for 92 yards on 17 carries and caught two balls for 14 yards in the Bucs' 16-6 loss to the Panthers on Sunday. The 92 yards was his second highest output of the season as he rushed for 97 yards in week one against Dallas.