Week 4 of the NFL season saw some great performances by former Tigers, with tight end C.J. Uzomah and defensive end Dee Ford having big days.
Read along to catch up on how your favorite ex-Auburn players fared in Week 4 of NFL action.
Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Tight end C.J. Uzomah had a huge performance in Thursday’s 24–21 win over Jacksonville. The former Auburn tight end caught five of his six targets for 95 yards and two touchdowns. Uzomah had his most receptions and receiving yards on the year in Thursday’s win.
Jaguars defensive backs Rudy Ford and Daniel Thomas combined for three total tackles in the loss to the Bengals.
Washington Football Team vs. Atlanta Falcons
Long snapper Josh Harris and the Falcons lost 34–30 to the Washington Football Team at home on Sunday.
Detroit Lions vs. Chicago Bears
Defensive lineman Angelo Blackson recorded five tackles and a quarterback hit in the 24–14 win over the Lions. Detroit quarterback Jared Goff was pressured all day by the defensive front of the Bears, fumbling three times on the afternoon.
Carolina Panthers vs. Dallas Cowboys
Panthers defensive lineman Derrick Brown finished with one tackle in Sunday’s 36–28 loss to the Cowboys. The Panthers struggled to stop the run on Sunday, allowing nearly 250 rushing yards in the loss.
Tennessee Titans vs. New York Jets
Jets linebacker Jamien Sherwood had two tackles, both of them solo, in the 27–24 win over the Titans.
Cleveland Browns vs. Minnesota Vikings
Receiver Anthony Schwartz did not catch his one target in Sunday’s 14–7 road win over the Vikings. The former Auburn receiver returned one kickoff for 26 yards.
Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Offensive lineman Jack Driscoll got the start for the Eagles in their 42–30 loss to the Chiefs. Driscoll was activated off of injured reserve this week and made the start at right tackle in place of Lane Johnson.
Punter Arryn Siposs did not have a punt in Sunday’s loss. It was the fifth zero-punt game in NFL history.
Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers
Defensive end Dee Ford had three tackles and two sacks in the 49ers 28–21 loss to the Seahawks. Both of Ford’s sacks came in the first half, giving him three on the year.
Baltimore Ravens vs. Denver Broncos
Josh Bynes and the Ravens defense held the Broncos to only seven points in their 23–7 win on Sunday. Bynes filled in for fellow linebacker Patrick Queen when he was injured, but was taken out when Queen returned. The former Auburn linebacker did not record a stat.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New England Patriots
Tampa Bay defensive back Carlton Davis had one tackle and a pass defended before exiting the game in the first half of the 19–17 win over the Patriots with a quad injury. Davis is expected to miss at least two games with the injury, per Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. Tampa Bay linebacker K.J. Britt played on special teams and did not record a stat.
New England defensive back Jonathan Jones had nine total tackles on Sunday night, seven of them solo. Former Tiger Brandon King played on special teams for the Patriots but did not record a stat.
Las Vegas Raiders vs. Los Angeles Chargers
Kicker Daniel Carlson converted both of his extra point attempts but missed his lone field goal attempt in the Raiders’ 28–14 loss to the Chargers. Carlson is currently tied for fourth in the NFL for field goals made with nine.
Just one week after Las Vegas running back Peyton Barber had over 100 yards rushing, the six-year veteran had one carry for zero yards. Barber also had one kickoff return for 25 yards, his first in his NFL career.
Did not play in Week 4
DL Marlon Davidson, Atlanta Falcons (Inactive)
DB Noah Igbinoghene, Miami Dolphins (Inactive)
WR Darius Slayton, New York Giants (Inactive)
OL Braden Smith, Indianapolis Colts (Inactive)
DL Montravius Adams, New Orleans Saints (Inactive)
DB Jamel Dean, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Inactive)
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
RB Kerryon Johnson, San Francisco 49ers
Former Tigers on Injured Reserve
DE Carl Lawson, New York Jets (IR)