UTSPORTS.COM HOME
Buy Tickets Tenn Fund
ALERT
BUTCH JONES NAMED VOLS' NEW FOOTBALL COACH. CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY »
UPS Blog

Vols In NFL Game Day (10/14)

Another Sunday, another full day of NFL football. This week 14 NFL Vols take part in week six of the NFL regular season.

The Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears, Jacksonville Jaguars and New Orleans Saints all have a bye this week.

1 p.m. games

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Game Center
Eric Berry, Dustin Colquitt and the Kansas City Chiefs (1-4) will head to Tampa Bay for a meeting with Luke Stocker and the Buccaneers (1-3).

Berry finished with five tackles last time out in a 6-9 loss to Baltimore while Colquitt finished with three punts for a 45.7 average dropping two inside the 20. Stocker had the weekend off last week.

CBSSports.com: Chiefs-Buccaneers Preview

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Cleveland Browns Game Center
Jason Allen and the Bengals (3-2) head to Cleveland for a meeting with Montario Hardesty and the Browns. Cleveland is looking for its first win of the season heading into the game with an 0-5 record.

Allen was not active last week while Hardesty did not see action.

Lyndy's: Bengals' secondary is finally getting healthy

Oakland Raiders vs. Atlanta Falcons Game Center
Denarius Moore and the Oakland Raiders (1-3) hope to hand the Falcons their first loss of the season coming off of their bye week last weekend. The Falcons are 5-0 for the first time in franchise history.

St. Louis Rams vs. Miami Dolphins Game Center
The Scott Wells-less Rams (3-2) head to Miami for a meeting with Kevin Burnett, Tony McDaniel and the Dolphins (2-3).

Wells remains on the IR for the Rams, but last week marked the return of Tony McDaniel to the gridiron where he finished with two tackles and a fumble recovery. Burnett, once again, started at linebacker where he finished with seven tackles, a quarterback hit and a half of a sack for a loss of 3.5 yards.

MiamiHerald.com: Grading the Miami Dolphins vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Sun-Sentinel: Miami Dolphins practice report (Oct. 10)

Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten says the Cowboys' offensive game plans have been good, the team just hasn't executed.\

Dallas Cowboys vs. Baltimore Ravens Game Center
Jason Witten and the Cowboys (2-2) have a tough test ahead of them as they take the trip to Baltimore to face Morgan Cox and the 4-1 Ravens.

Witten is coming off of a bye week while Cox and the Ravens eked out a 9-6 victory over Kansas City last week. Cox snapped on all of the kicks and punts including the would be game-winner in the third quarter.

ESPN: Jason Witten hopes to speak with Ozzie Newsome
NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth: Jason Witten Announces Arrival Of Third Child

4 p.m. games


Buffalo Bills vs. Arizona Cardinals Game Center
The 2-3 Buffalo Bills head to Arizona for a meeting with Dan Williams and the 4-1 Cardinals Sunday.

Williams got the start at nose tackle last time out finishing with three tackles against St. Louis.

Arizona Sports: Dan Williams: Rams hit us early with big plays

New England Patriots vs. Seattle Seahawks Game Center
Jerod Mayo and the Patriots (3-2) will make the cross-country trek to take on the Seattle Seahawks (3-2) Sunday afternoon.

Last week in a 31-21 victory over Denver, Mayo finished with 13 tackles, second highest in week five, as well as a sack for a seven yard loss. Mayo has accumulated 52 total tackles this season, third in the NFL and first in the AFC.

WEEI.com: Jerod Mayo with the Big Show
Providence Journal: Patriots 31, Broncos 21: It's run that gets it done

Minnesota Vikings vs. Washington Redskins Game Center
Marvin Mitchell and the 4-1 Vikings head to Washington for a meeting with the Redskins (3-2).

Mitchell was not active the last time out as the Vikings trounced the Titans 30-7.

Sunday Night Football 8:20 p.m.

Green Bay Packers vs. Houston Texans Game Center
The 2-3 Green Bay Packers head to Houston for a meeting with Arian Foster and the undefeated Texans.

Foster, who put up a season high 152 yards the last time out against the Jets, became the third fastest player in NFL history to reach 5,000 yards from scrimmage, netting the milestone in 40 games. Foster hit 5,000 yards from scrimmage mark on an 8-yard rush in the fourth quarter.

Foster also recorded a rushing touchdown in the game and has now recorded at least one TD in each game this season. He ranks first in rushing TDs (5) and second in total rushing yards (532) and yards/game (106.4) in 2012.

CBSSports.com: Texans Game Preview vs. Packers: Analysis, prediction, TV info
NFL News: What we learned: Arian Foster runs wild for Texans
ESPN: Foster's inside rushing keys Texans win

Subscribe and Share

Recent Comments