Dec 15, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Woods (10) catches a pass as he is defended by Jacksonville Jaguars safety Winston Guy (22) during the second half at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

Former Kentucky Wildcats in the NFL: Week 15

Steve Johnson (WR/ Buffalo): Johnson aims at proving he can be the top receiver yet again for the Bills. He will need some time to get back into his form, though. Johnson’s mother passed away over the weekend, and he still chose to play, finishing with one reception for four yards in the Bills’ 27-20 win over the Jaguars. Our thoughts and prayers are with Steve and his family.

Winston Guy (S/Jacksonville): Despite the loss and the end of their three-game winning streak, the Jags owe some of their recent success to the defense, and Winston Guy played a huge role recently. He finished second overall on tackles for the Jags with six tackles and a forced fumble. Look for Guy to continue to be an important factor in the Jags’ defense.

Danny Trevathan (LB/Denver): (Thursday) Trevathan finished with seven tackles and a combined 10 tackles, the first time he has finished with 10+ tackles in three games. The Broncos struggled and fell to the Chargers 27-20 on Thursday night.

Jacob Tamme(TE/Denver): (Thursday) Tamme played some limited time on Thursday, and caught one reception for nine yards.

Wesley Woodyard (LB/Denver): (Thursday) Woodyard finished with three tackles in 10 snaps before he was benched for the rest of Thursday’s game. Woodyard claims it is rest before the Broncos hit the playoffs. His combined tackles for the past three games (10) are lower than that of his game against New England (15).

Corey Peters (DT/Atlanta): Peters finished with four tackles and a deflected pass on defense, helping the Falcons edge past the Redskins 27-26.

Alfonso Smith (RB/Arizona): No Stats Accumulated vs. Tennessee Titans

John Conner (FB/New York Giants): DNP vs. Seattle Seahawks

Tim Masthay (P/Green Bay): Masthay had a total of four punts for 197 yards in the Packers 37-26 win over the Cowboys.

Randall Cobb (WR/Green Bay): Injured

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