Former Wildcats in the NFL/NBA

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Jan 12, 2013; San Francisco, CA, USA; Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb (18) is tackled by San Francisco 49ers safety C.J. Spillman (27) during the third quarter of the NFC divisional round playoff game at Candlestick Park. Mandatory Credit: Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports


In easily the largest upset of the playoffs to this point, Denver was stunned by Baltimore and the Ray Lewis swan song.  Conservative playcalling likely doomed this trio of former Cats.

Jacob Tamme- Tamme caught 3-44 with a long of 21 but didn’t find the End Zone.

Wesley Woodyard- He tied for the team lead in tackles with 7 and was involved in a key pass play late in the game, but the Broncos couldn’t get enough pressure on Flacco.

Danny Trevathan- Danny found his way onto the stat sheet with 1 tackle but being relegated primarily to Special Teams is very limiting.

In my largest upset of the playoffs thus far, GB was schlacked by Colin Kaepernick, but fortunately for the BBN, Cobb isn’t a defender.

Randall Cobb- In a change of pace, Cobb was not the starting KR or PR but saw some time in the backfield…as well as everywhere else.  He rushed 2-23 with a long of 19; caught 5-24 with a long of 8 and had 4 KR for an average of 17.8 with a long of 27.  His PR was a Fair Catch and he had a Fumble.

Tim Masthay- He was relatively busy with 4 punts that averaged 47 yds per with a long of 52 while pinning 2 Inside the 20.

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