Former Wildcats in the NFL/NBA

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Nov 26, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Carolina Panthers tackle Garry Williams (65) prior to playing the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. The Panthers defeated the Eagles 30-22. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports


Randall Cobb: Eclipsing 100 yds receiving isn’t something Cobb does often, but he did against the Lions in the nasty, snowy weather. He’s a rare blend of explosive and consistent that will propel the Packers to the Superbowl. He finished with 7-102. He returned 3 KO for a 25.3 yd/avg and 1 PR for 12 yards.

Stevie Johnson: Here we have one of the few exceptions where a UK football player, arguably, enjoyed more team success in school than the NFL. Buffalo is terrible. Stevie is not. In the loss, he caught 6-71 with a long of 34.

Tim Masthay: Masthay punted 3 times for a 44.3 yd/avg, long of 53 with 1 Inside the 20. He is having a Pro Bowl Year.

Jacob Tamme: Tamme finished the day with 2-24 with a long of 18 in the Victory which isn’t an earth shattering line, but his consistency is key to the Broncos in their quest for a title. He was also the recipient of a KO but it went for 0 yd return.

Corey Peters: In an interesting match up against former Cats, Corey Peters logged 2 Tackles against Garry Williams and the Panthers.

Garry Williams: Though eliminated from the Playoffs, Williams and gang are playing like they’re fighting for the last spot. Williams blocking for Newton helped spring him for a huge rushing/passing game.

Danny Trevathan: While his action has been sporadic, he has stepped up in Woodyard’s absence. Against Oakland, he recorded 3
Solo Tackles and Assisted on another.

Wesley Woodyard: DNP

Winston Guy: DNP

Alphonso Smith: DNP

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