Peyton Barber

Peyton Barber cuts back against Mississippi State. 

Week 3 of the NFL season saw some great performances by former Tigers, including a 100-yard game by running back Peyton Barber.

Read along to catch up on how your favorite ex-Auburn players fared in Week 3 of NFL action.

 

Miami Dolphins vs. Las Vegas Raiders

Running back Peyton Barber had his biggest game of the season, carrying the ball 23 times for 111 yards and a score. Barber also caught three of his five targets for an additional 31 yards. On the final drive of the game Barber had a 27-yard run that set up the Raiders in the red zone for the eventual game-winning field goal.

Speaking of game-winning field goals, kicker Daniel Carlson knocked in all three of his field goal attempts, including the 22-yard score in the final seconds to seal the win. Carlson had a long field goal of 50 yards and converted two of his three extra point attempts.

Dolphins defensive back Noah Igbinoghene made his season debut, recording one solo tackle in the loss. 

 

Carolina Panthers vs. Houston Texans

Defensive lineman Derrick Brown had two tackles in the 24–9 win over the Texans on Thursday night. One of Brown’s tackles was for a loss.

 

Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns

Bears defensive lineman Angelo Blackson recorded five tackles, half a sack and a quarterback hit in Sunday’s 26–6 road loss to the Browns.

Cleveland wide receiver Anthony Schwartz saw one target on Sunday, but did not have a reception. Schwartz’s play time decreased as fellow receiver Odell Beckham Jr. took the field for the first time this season.

 

Baltimore Ravens vs. Detroit Lions

Linebacker Josh Bynes recorded four tackles, three of them solo, in the last-second 19–17 win over the Lions. 

 

New Orleans Saints vs. New England Patriots

Montravius Adams and the Saints knocked off the Patriots 28–13 on Sunday. Adams recorded one tackle in the win.

Patriots defensive back Jonathan Jones had three tackles, two of them solo. Fellow defensive back and special teamer Brandon King did not record a tackle in the loss.

 

Atlanta Falcons vs. New York Giants

Marlon Davidson and Josh Harris’ Atlanta Falcons defeated the Giants 17–14 on Sunday. After getting his first career sack last week, Davidson recorded three tackles. Harris snapped the ball on the game-winning field goal for Atlanta.

Giants receiver Darius Slayton caught his lone target – an eight yard reception – before exiting the game in the first half with a hamstring injury. 

 

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Tight end C.J. Uzomah did not catch his one target in Sunday’s 24–10 win over the Steelers.

 

Arizona Cardinals vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Defensive back Rudy Ford had three tackles and downed a punt on the one yard line in Sunday’s 31–19 loss to the Cardinals. Fellow defensive back Daniel Thomas played, but did not record any stats.

New York Jets vs. Denver Broncos

Defensive back Jamien Sherwood returned to play on Sunday after leaving in the first half of Week 1 with an ankle injury. The fifth-round pick had three tackles, two of them solo in Sunday’s 26–0 loss to the Broncos.

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Los Angeles Rams

Defensive back Carlton Davis had three tackles in Sunday’s 34–24 loss to the Rams. Fellow Defensive back Jamel Dean suffered a knee injury in the first half and did not return. Linebacker K.J. Britt did not record any stats.

 

Green Bay Packers vs. San Francisco 49ers

Defensive end Dee Ford played but did not record a stat in the 30–28 loss to the Packers. 

Running back Kerryon Johnson was elevated from the practice squad on Saturday and played on special teams. Johnson was put back on the practice squad on Monday.

 

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys

Punter Arryn Siposs had six punts averaging 43 yards per punt. Siposs had two punts land inside the 20-yard line.

 

Did Not Play in Week 3

OL Braden Smith, Indianapolis Colts (foot injury)

QB Jarrett Stidham, New England Patriots

 

Former Tigers on Practice Squads

DB Javaris Davis, Miami Dolphins

OL Mike Horton, Carolina Panthers

DB Jordyn Peters, New York Giants

OL Prince Tega Wanogho, Kansas City Chiefs

WR Seth Williams, Denver Broncos

DT Gabe Wright, Washington Football Team

 

Former Tigers on Injured Reserve

DE Carl Lawson, New York Jets

OL Jack Driscoll, Philadelphia Eagles

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