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Wildcats in the NFL Sunday Recap

Article written by:On3 imageBrandon Ramsey


[caption id="attachment_265976" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Jaguars.com[/caption] The injury bug continues to run rampant among the former Kentucky Wildcats in the NFL.  However, there was still plenty of action through the day today to report on. Here's how your Cats in the NFL did this week. Josh Allen (Jacksonville Jaguars):   The rising NFL star and former Wildcat finished the game with two tackles, one sack, one tackle for loss and two quarterback hits. Allen's performance wasn't enough for the Jaguars, and Jacksonville lost to the Saints 13-6. New Orleans may have had a little help from this guy: https://twitter.com/Pontifex/status/1183329028326993921 Corey Peters (Arizona Cardinals):   Peters finished with five tackles, 0.5 sack and one QB hit. Arizona beat the Falcons 34-33. Wesley Woodyard (Tennessee Titans):   The Titans may have gotten shutout by the Broncos 16-0, but Woodyard was still able to record six tackles, one sack, two tackles for loss and one QB hit. Lonnie Johnson (Houston Texans):   Johnson finished with two tackles and one pass defended.  The Texans beat the Chiefs 31-24. Larry Warford (New Orleans Saints):   The Saints won 13-6. Randall Cobb (Dallas Cowboys):   The wide receiver was inactive against the Jets and the Cowboys lost, 24-22. George Asafo-Adjei (New York Giants):   Injury Reserve.  The Giants lost to the Patriots 35-14. Mike Edwards (Tampa Bay Buccaneers): Edwards was also hit by the injury bug, and he missed the game with hamstring injury. The Bucs lost to the Panthers 37-26. Avery Williamson (New York Jets):   Williamson is also battling an injury, so he did not see any action. The Jets beat the Cowboys, 24-22. Benny Snell (Pittsburgh Steelers): Snell, Yeah!!! Benny made the most of his opportunity for some increased playing time on the national stage and went for 75 yards on 17 carries and also caught a pass for a 14 yard gain. I would expect to see him continue to get some opportunities moving forward after his performance this evening as Pittsburgh took down the Chargers 24-17. Bud Dupree (Pittsburgh Steelers): Dupree collected 2 tackles including a big hit for a loss early in the game as the Steelers upset the Chargers 24-17. Danny Trevathon (Chicago Bears):   Trevathon and his team got the week off this time around, as the Bears had a Bye Week. Zadarius Smith (Green Bay Packers):   Smith and the Packers will return to action Monday evening for Monday Night Football.

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