Former Kentucky Wildcats in the NFL: Week 5

Oct 6, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Denver Broncos outside linebacker Danny Trevathan (59) intercepts a pass in front of Dallas Cowboys tight end Gavin Escobar (89) in the fourth quarter of the game at AT


Danny Trevathan (LB/Denver): In a game that consisted of high-powered offense, the biggest play of the game came on defense. With a 48-48 tie near the end of the fourth quarter, Trevathan intercepted a pass from Tony Romo to set up the Broncos in perfect field position for the game-winning field goal. Trevathan also had five tackles in the 51-48 win for the Broncos over the Cowboys.

Wesley Woodyard (LB/Denver): Woodyard had two tackles before he was on the sidelines with a shoulder injury, but he should be back next week.

Jacob Tamme(TE/Denver): DNP vs. Dallas Cowboys

Steve Johnson (WR/ Buffalo) [Thursday]: Johnson finished with two receptions for 19 yards before he suffered a lumbar strain in the Bills’ 37-24 loss to the Browns on Thursday. He is expected to return for Sunday’s game.

Alfonso Smith (RB/Arizona): Smith wasn’t able to run the ball much (one carry, -2 yards), but he did help with receiving (three receptions, 20 yards) as the Cardinals defeated the Panthers 22-6.

Randall Cobb (WR/Green Bay): Coming off of a bye week, Cobb had an all-around impressive performance. Cobb had four receptions for 35 yards, and also contributed with two carries for 72 yards (one for 67 yards) in the Packers’ 22-9 win over the Lions.

Tim Masthay (P/Green Bay): Masthay had three punts for a total of 141 yards, with the longest at 60 yards.

Corey Peters (DT/Atlanta): Bye Week

Winston Guy (S/Jacksonville): Guy had his first game action of the season, with a tackle in the Jaguars’ 34-20 loss to the Rams.

Topics: Danny Trevathan, Football, Kentucky Wildcats, NFL

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