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Auburn in the NFL: Week 9

Here is a look at former Auburn Tigers in the NFL from week nine.

Newton has passed for 1,801 yards with 13 touchdowns on the season.

DAREN BATES, LB, St. Louis Rams: Bates didn’t record any stats in 28-21 loss to Tennessee. On the season, Bates has five tackles and a fumble recovery for a touchdown.

ROB BIRONAS, K, Tennessee Titans: Bironas was 4-of-4 in extra point attempts in a 28-21 win over St. Louis. On the season, Bironas is 10-for-13 on field goals and 18-for-18 on extra points.

RONNIE BROWN, RB, San Diego Chargers: Brown didn’t record any stats in a 30-21 loss to Washington. On the season, Brown has 23 rushes for 69 yards and a touchdown, also six receptions for 48 yards.

JOSH BYNES, LB, Baltimore Ravens: Bynes accounted for a pass defensed in a 24-18 loss to Cleveland. On the season, Bynes has 33 tackles with 18 assisted and three pass defensed.

JASON CAMPBELL, QB, Cleveland Browns: Campbell started and finished up 23-of-35 for 262 yards and three touchdowns. He also rushed three times for 20 yards in a 24-18 win over Baltimore. On the season, Campbell is 46-of-75 for 561 yards and five touchdowns.

KARLOS DANSBY, LB, Arizona Cardinals: Dansby and the Cardinals had a bye week. On the season, Dansby has 57 tackles, nine passes defensed and an interception.

KING DUNLAP, LT, San Diego Chargers: Dunlap got the start. The Chargers lost 30-24 to Washington.

NICK FAIRLEY, DT, Detroit Lions: Fairley and the Lions had a bye week last weekend. On the season, Fairley has 1.5 sacks as well as 14 tackles, including one tackle for loss.

QUENTIN GROVES, DT, Cleveland Browns: Groves accounted for one solo tackle in a 24-18 win over Baltimore. On the season, Groves has three tackles and one sack.

BEN GRUBBS, LG, New Orleans Saints: Grubbs started for the Saints in a 26-20 loss to New York.

JOSH HARRIS, LS, Atlanta Falcons: Harris is still serving as the Falcons’ long snapper. He has played in all 23 games since joining the league in 2012. Atlanta lost 34-10 to Carolina.

WILL HERRING, LB, New Orleans Saints: Herring didn’t record any stats in a 26-20 loss to New York. On the season, Herring has two tackles, an interception and a pass defensed.

BRANDON JACOBS, RB, New York Giants: Jacobs and the Giants were on a bye week. On the season, Jacobs has rushed 44 times for 154 yards and three touchdowns.

COREY LEMONIER, LB, San Francisco 49ers: Lemonier and the 49ers had a bye last weekend. On the season, Lemonier has nine tackles, a forced fumble and a two passes defensed.

SEN’DERRICK MARKS, DT, Jacksonville Jaguars: Marks and Jacksonville were on a bye over the weekend. On the season, Marks has 14 tackles, a sack and a forced fumble.

BRANDON MOSLEY, OG, New York Giants: Mosley and the Giants were on a bye week.

CAM NEWTON, QB, Carolina Panthers: Newton was 23-of-37 for 249 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. He also rushed five times for 22 yards and a touchdown in a 34-10 win over Atlanta. On the season, Newton is 154-of-239 for 1,801 yards with 13 touchdowns, seven interceptions and two fumbles. He also has 45 rushing attempts for 225 yards and four touchdowns.

JERRAUD POWERS, CB, Arizona Cardinals: Powers and the Cardinals were on a bye week. On the season, Powers has 26 tackles and four passes defended.

CARLOS ROGERS, CB, San Francisco 49ers: Rogers and the 49ers had a bye week. On the season, Rogers has 16 tackles, one interception and four passes defended.

PAT SIMS, DT, Oakland Raiders: Sims didn’t record any stats in a 49-20 loss to Philadelphia. On the season, Sims has 17 tackles, including four assisted.

BEN TATE, RB, Houston Texans: Tate rushed 22 times for 81 yards. On the season, Tate has 88 attempts for 399 yards and a touchdown. He also has 17 receptions for 54 yards.

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