Week 10 of the NFL season finished up on Monday night, with Tampa Bay picking up its first win of the year by beating Miami 22-19. (And in case you didn't hear, the Dolphins have one player suspended due to allegedly bullying a teammate, with the bullied party taking a leave of absence from the team as well.)
Let's get back on topic, though: How did Auburn alums fare in NFL contests since last Thursday?
As is customary each week, I extend my gratitude to Ethan Brady, a student assistant in Auburn's athletics department who compiled this information.
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Karlos Dansby (LB, Arizona Cardinals): Recorded seven tackles (six solo) and two pass deflections in the Cardinals’ 27-24 victory over Houston. Dansby remains the top tackler on the Cardinals with 78 total tackles and is tied for 11th overall in the league. He has 958 tackles in his pro career.
Rob Bironas (PK, Tennessee Titans): Was 2-for-2 on field goals in the Titans’ loss to the Jaguars and made 3-of-3 extra points. Bironas has hit 13-of-16 field goals this season with a long of 47 yards.
Pat Sims (DT, Oakland Raiders): Sims recorded five tackles (three solo) against the Giants in Week 10. He has 22 tackles and has started all nine games for the Raiders in 2013. The Fort Lauderdale, Florida native has totaled 160 tackles and five sacks in his career.
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Daren Bates (LB, St. Louis Rams): Bates did not record any statistics against the Colts Sunday, but did play on special teams. Bates has five total tackles and has played on special teams in all 10 games this season.
Ronnie Brown (RB, San Diego Chargers): Recorded 36 yards rushing on nine attempts against the Broncos. Brown has recorded more than 7,000 total yards in his nine-year career with 40 touchdowns.
Josh Bynes (LB, Baltimore Ravens): Bynes recorded three tackles (two solo) in the Ravens’ overtime defeat of the Bengals. He has 70 tackles in his three season career.
Jason Campbell (QB, Cleveland Browns): The Browns were on a bye during Week 10 and will return to action next Sunday at Cincinnati. Campbell is 45-of-71 passing for 555 yards, five touchdowns and no interceptions in two games since earning the starting job for the Browns.
King Dunlap (OT, San Diego Chargers): Started against Denver this week, his seventh start of the season. Dunlap has played in 59 games in his six-year career.
Nick Fairley (DT, Detroit Lions): Recorded one solo tackle and a sack in the Lions’ 21-19 victory over the Bears Sunday. Fairley has 63 tackles and nine sacks in his three-year career.
Quentin Groves (LB, Cleveland Browns): The Browns were on their bye week during Week 10 and will play the Bengals next Sunday. Groves has 157 tackles, 7.5 sacks and two interceptions in six seasons in the NFL.
Ben Grubbs (OG, New Orleans Saints): Grubbs started in the Saints’ 49-17 defeat of the Dallas Cowboys. Grubbs has started 95 of his 99 career games played for Baltimore and New Orleans.
Josh Harris (LS, Atlanta Falcons): Harris snapped the ball for one field goal, one extra point and five punts Sunday against the Seahawks. Harris has played in all 24 games since joining the league in 2012.
Will Herring (LB, New Orleans Saints): Herring recorded five tackles (three solo) in the New Orleans’ win over the Cowboys on Sunday night. He has 139 tackles in seven seasons.
Brandon Jacobs (RB, New York Giants): Jacobs did not play in the Giants’ victory over Oakland Sunday. He suffered a hamstring injury Week 6 against the Bears. Jacobs has rushed for more than 5,000 yards and 59 touchdowns in his NFL career.
Corey Lemonier (LB, San Francisco 49ers): Lemonier played for the 49ers game against the Panthers on Sunday, but did not record any statistics. He has 11 total tackles through the first eight games of his rookie season.
Sen’Derrick Marks (DT, Jacksonville Jaguars): Recorded one solo tackle and a pass deflection in the Jaguars’ first victory of the season against the Titans. In his first season with Jacksonville, Marks has 19 tackles through Week 7. He has recorded 118 tackles and five sacks in his five professional seasons.
Brandon Mosley (OG, New York Giants): Mosley played against the Raiders Sunday for the Giants. After missing all of 2012 because of injury, Mosley has played in seven games this season.
Cam Newton (QB, Carolina Panthers): Newton was 16-of-32 passing for 169 yards and one interception. He also rushed seven times for 17 yards in the Panthers’ 10-9 victory over the 49ers. Newton has 1,970 yards passing and 13 touchdowns this season with 268 yards rushing and four scores.
Jerraud Powers (CB, Arizona Cardinals): Recorded three solo tackles and one pass deflection in the Cardinals 27-24 defeat of Houston. Powers has 33 tackles and eight pass deflections this season. He has 243 tackles and six interceptions in five seasons in the league.
Jay Ratliff (NT, Chicago Bears): Did not play in Week 10 against the Lions. Ratliff agreed to a one-year contract with the Bears after being released by the Cowboys. He has not played this season due to a groin injury.
Carlos Rogers (CB, San Francisco 49ers): Rogers recorded two solo tackles against the Panthers on Sunday. He has 21 tackles, an interception and four pass deflections this season. A former Pro Bowl selection, Rogers has 419 tackles and 16 interceptions in nine seasons in the NFL.
Ben Tate (RB, Houston Texans): Started for Houston and attempted 15 rushes for 56 yards in the loss to Arizona. Tate also had three receptions for eight yards. He has 1,676 yards and seven touchdowns in his career. Tate has totaled 455 yards on 103 attempts so far in 2013.