Cam Newton

Week 10 of the NFL season saw several Tigers post impressive performances, including in a stunning reunion of quarterback Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers.

Read along here to see how your favorite former Tigers fared in Week 10 of NFL action.


Carolina Panthers 34, Arizona Cardinals 10

Carolina quarterback Cam Newton made his triumphant return to Arizona, where he won a national championship in 2010 with Auburn and started his first career NFL game, and accounted for two touchdowns on his first two plays. Newton signed with the Panthers late last week and was able to step in for a handful of plays in the win on Sunday. Newton finished completing 3-of-4 passes for eight yards and a touchdown and rushed three times for 14 yards and another touchdown. Defensive lineman Derrick Brown finished with two total tackles and a quarterback hit.


Miami Dolphins 22, Baltimore Ravens 10

Miami defensive back Noah Igbinighene recorded one tackle in the Dolphins’ upset win over the Ravens on Thursday night.

Baltimore linebacker Josh Bynes had an impressive game, recording four solo tackles, one sack, one tackle for loss, one pass defensed and two quarterback hits. Bynes has begun to step into a larger role for the Ravens at linebacker.


Dallas Cowboys 43, Atlanta Falcons 3

Atlanta defensive lineman Marlon Davidson recorded two total tackles in the loss to Dallas on Sunday. Long snapper Josh Harris also recorded a tackle in the loss, and linebacker Daren Bates recorded three total tackles.


Tennessee Titans 23, New Orleans Saints 21

New Orleans defensive lineman Montravius Adams played but did not record any stats in the loss to the Titans.


Indianapolis Colts 23, Jacksonville Jaguars 17

Indianapolis offensive lineman Braden Smith and the rest of the Colts’ offensive lineman paved the way for 127 rush yards in the win over the Jaguars.

Jacksonville defensive back Rudy Ford had four total tackles in the loss to Indianapolis. Fellow defensive back Daniel Thomas was active but did not record any stats.


New England Patriots 45, Cleveland Browns 7

New England linebacker Brandon King recorded one tackle in the win over Cleveland.

Cleveland receiver Anthony Schwartz did not catch his lone target in the loss. The rookie receiver also returned four kickoffs, averaging 17.5 yards per return, and had one tackle.


Washington Football Team 29, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19

Tampa Bay defensive back Jamel Dean recorded five total tackles in the loss to Washington. Linebacker K.J. Britt played on special teams but did not record a tackle.


Philadelphia Eagles 30, Denver Broncos 13

Philadelphia offensive lineman Jack Driscoll made another start for the Eagles, who rushed for 214 yards in the win over the Broncos. Punter Arryn Siposs had three punts averaging 51.3 yards per attempt. Siposs had a long of 54 and had one punt land inside the 20.


Kansas City Chiefs 41, Las Vegas Raiders 14

Las Vegas placekicker Daniel Carlson converted both of his extra point attempts, but did not attempt a field goal. 

Kansas City offensive lineman Prince Tega Wanogho was active but did not play in the win.

Did not play in Week 10

QB Jarrett Stidham, New England Patriots (Inactive)

OL Prince Tega Wanogho, Kansas City Chiefs (Inactive) 

RB Peyton Barber, Las Vegas Raiders (Inactive)

DL Angelo Blackson, Chicago Bears (Bye Week)

TE C.J. Uzomah, Cincinnati Bengals (Bye Week)


Former Tigers on Practice Squads

DB Javaris Davis, Miami Dolphins

OL Mike Horton, Carolina Panthers

DB Jordyn Peters, New York Giants

WR Seth Williams, Denver Broncos

DT Gabe Wright, Washington Football Team


Former Tigers on Injured Reserve

DE Carl Lawson, New York Jets 

DB Carlton Davis, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

DB Jonathan Jones, New England Patriots

LB Jamien Sherwood, New York Jets

DE Dee Ford, San Francisco 49ers

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