Dec 23 2012; Denver, CO, USA; Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson (33) runs during the first quarter of the game against the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Former Wildcats in the NFL: Christmas Day Edition



Stevie Johnson: Stevie is barely above water in Buffalo. They lost to Miami and he is going to be remembered for the wrong reasons. He caught 4-44 with a long of 15 but coughed up the ball trying to pick up YAC. He later apologized on Twitter. It was a bad day all around.

Randall Cobb: Cobb got the passing party started with a TD in the First en route to a 3-62, TD day. He had 3 PR for a 13yd average with a long of 17 and no KR. It didn’t matter anyway because the Packers KILLED the Titans

Tim Masthay: The Tennessee game was tantamount to a day off for Masthay. He only punted 3 times for a 39.7 avg but boomed a 53 yarder.

Garry Williams: Were it not for the O-Line, Cam wouldn’t be the QB he is. Sure he has great talent, but Garry and Co. open the holes he run through and create the pocket he throws TD’s from. Big part of their W against the Raiders.

Wesley Woodyard: Huge game for Woodyard as he had 4 Solo and 4 Assisted Tackles to go with his 1.5 Sacks as the Broncos dismantled the Browns.

Jacob Tamme: Jacob wasn’t as involved in the game as in recent weeks but he managed 2-69 yds with a long of 36. It’s nice catching from Peyton.

Danny Trevathan: Limited to mostly special teams and occasional LB duty, Trevathan logged only 1 Tackle.
Corey Peters: The Falcons destroyed the Lions on Sunday, thanks in no small part to Corey. He recorded 4 Solo Tackles, Assisted on another and had a big Forced Fumble. No doubt he loves his 13-2 Falcons and they will only get better.

Alphonso Smith: In a rare sighting, Smith had 1 Reception for 8 yds but no carries. And of course the Cardinals lost. Again.

Ricky Lumpkin: DNP

Winston Guy: DNP

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