Former Kentucky Wildcats in the NFL/NBA

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December 16, 2012; Toronto, ON, Canada; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Steve Johnson (13) is tackled by Seattle Seahawks defensive end Dexter Davis (58) at the Rogers Centre. Seattle defeated Buffalo 50-17. Mandatory Credit: John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports

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Stevie Johnson: Ok, so Buffalo still sucks…bad. But Stevie did more than anyone on the team with his 8-115 and a TD in the blowout loss to Seattle.

Randall Cobb: In a relatively low scoring game, Cobb was a consistent down field threat and was found often to the tune of 6-115 with a long of 31. He also had 2 KR for an 18.5 Avg and a long of 26. PR wasn’t great with 3 for a -0.7 Avg and a long of 5. Losing a Fumble didn’t hurt much in the long run.

Tim Masthay: Another busy day for Masthay who had 5 Punts for a 41.6 Avg, Long of 51 and 1 Inside the 20. Not a bad day.

Garry Williams: Another win for Carolina and big game for Newton behind the awesome O-Line for Carolina.

Wesley Woodyard: The Playoff Bound Broncos saw the Defense step up against the Ravens and deliver the Broncos first win at Baltimore. Woodyard was instrumental with 4 Tackles and 1 Assisted Tackle.

Ricky Lumpkin: In rare action, Lumpkin was promoted from the Practice Squad and recorded a Tackle in the blowout win over the Lions. He has subsequently been released.

Winston Guy: DNP

Alphonso Smith: DNP

Corey Peters: DNP

Danny Trevathan: No Stats Recorded

Jacob Tamme: No Stats Recorded

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