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November 25, 2012; Kansas City, MO, USA; Denver Broncos tight end Jacob Tamme (84) catches a pass for a touchdown as Kansas City Chiefs strong safety Eric Berry (29) attempts the tackle in the first half at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-US PRESSWIRE

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Randall Cobb: Mr. Everything for Green Bay got a lot of work in last night, but mostly due to the constant Giants scoring. He returned 6 KO for an average of 26 per, and a long of 30; not to mention the 2 PR that averaged 10 per with a long of 15. He also rushed 1-12 and caught 4-39 with a long of 15. Conspicuously absent is the TD total: 0. Rodgers was running for his life most of the night.

Tim Masthay: Masthay wasn’t as busy as he should have been, thanks to the TO by the Packers, but he did get off 4 Punts that averaged only 38.5 YDS, with a long of 49.

Stevie Johnson: Stevie is a great player on an average team, and despite catching 6-106, with a big 63 yarder, the Bills dropped another game.

Jacob Tamme: Peyton Manning is coming into his own in the Mile High City and Jacob Tamme is making his transition that much easier. Tamme finished with 4-48 and a TD in the victory.

Wesley Woodyard: Nothing like leading your team in tackles as an “undersized” linebacker in college. 8 Tackles and 1 Sack were more than enough to support Peyton.

Corey Peters: DT Corey Peters had 1 Tackle and 2 Ast Tackles for the now 10-1 Falcons.

Garry Williams: Garry and the rest of the O-Line pushed around the Eagles last night, en route to Cam Newton accounting for 4 scores and the W. Job well done.

Danny Trevathan: No Stats Recorded

Winston Guy: No Stats Recorded

Alphonso Smith: No Stats Recorded

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