Here is a look at former Auburn Tigers in the NFL from week six.
DAREN BATES, LB, St. Louis Rams: Bates recovered a fumble and returned it for his first NFL touchdown in a 38-13 win over Houston. On the season, Bates has four tackles.
ROB BIRONAS, K, Tennessee Titans: Bironas went 2-for-2 on field goals and 1-for-1 on extra points in a 20-13 loss to Seattle. On the season, Bironas is 10-for-13 on field goals and 14-for-14 on extra points.
RONNIE BROWN, RB, San Diego Chargers: Brown rushed twice for three yards in a 19-9 win over Indianapolis. 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 had four tackles including in a 19-17 loss to Green Bay. On the season, Bynes has 33 tackles with 18 assisted.
JASON CAMPBELL, QB, Cleveland Browns: Campbell didn’t see any action in a 17-13 loss to Detroit.
KARLOS DANSBY, LB, Arizona Cardinals: Dansby had 11 tackles, including nine solos and three passes defensed in a 32-20 loss to San Francisco. On the season, Dansby has 57 tackles, nine passes defensed and an interception.
KING DUNLAP, LT, San Diego Chargers: Dunlap returned to action after three weeks of missing three weeks due to concussion symptoms. San Diego won 19-9 over Indianapolis.
NICK FAIRLEY, DT, Detroit Lions: Fairley had one three tackles, including two solos in a 31-17 win over Cleveland. On the season, Fairley has 1.5 sacks as well as 12 tackles, including one tackle for loss.
TYRONNE GREEN, OG, New England: Green was placed on the injured reserve on August 15 with an undisclosed injury after getting hurt in the preseason.
QUENTIN GROVES, DT, Cleveland Browns: Groves didn’t record any stats in a 31-17 loss to Detroit. On the season, Groves has two tackles and one sack.
BEN GRUBBS, LG, New Orleans Saints: Grubbs started and helped guide the Saints to 131 yards rushing in a 30-27 loss to New England.
JOSH HARRIS, LS, Atlanta Falcons: Harris is serving as the Falcons’ long snapper. Atlanta had a bye week.
WILL HERRING, LB, New Orleans Saints: Herring had a solo tackle in a 30-20 loss to New England. On the season, Herring has two tackles, an interception and a pass defensed.
BRANDON JACOBS, RB, New York Giants: Jacobs rushed 22 times for 106 yards and two touchdowns. He also had an eight-yard reception in a 27-21 loss to Chicago. On the season, Jacobs has rushed 44 times for 154 yards and three touchdowns.
COREY LEMONIER, LB, San Francisco 49ers: Lemonier recorded three solo tackles, including his first career sack and a forced fumble in a 32-20 win over Arizona. On the season, Lemonier has nine tackles, a sack, a forced fumble and a pass defensed.
SEN’DERRICK MARKS, DT, Jacksonville Jaguars: Marks had one solo tackles in a 35-19 loss to Denver. On the season, Marks has 14 tackles, a sack and a forced fumble.
BRANDON MOSLEY, OG, New York Giants: Mosley saw limited action in a 27-21 loss to Chicago.
CAM NEWTON, QB, Carolina Panthers: Newton was 20-of-26 for 242 yards with three touchdowns. He also rushed nine times for 30 yards and a touchdown in a 35-10 win over Minnesota. On the season, Newton is 93-of-153 for 1,127 yards with nine touchdowns and five interceptions. He also has 29 rushing attempts for 153 yards and two touchdowns.
JERRAUD POWERS, CB, Arizona Cardinals: Powers recorded four solo tackles in a 32-20 loss to San Francisco. On the season, Powers has 21 tackles and four passes defended.
JAY RATLIFF, NT, Dallas Cowboys: Ratliff started the season out on the Physically Unable to Play list and will not be eligible to play until week seven. The Cowboys mentioned the possibility over the weekend of Ratliff not playing in 2013 at all.
CARLOS ROGERS, CB, San Francisco 49ers: Rogers had eight tackles and an 11 yard interception in a 32-20 win over Arizona. On the season, Rogers has 15 tackles, one interception and three passes defended.
PAT SIMS, DT, Oakland Raiders: Sims registered no stats in a 24-7 loss to Kansas City. On the season, Sims has 14 tackles, including four assisted.
BEN TATE, RB, Houston Texans: Tate had 10 carries for 12 yards and a touchdown. He also had three receptions for 16 yards in a 38-13 loss to St. Louis. On the season, Tate has 51 attempts for 268 yards and 14 receptions for 51 yards.
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