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Vols In NFL Wrap Up (11/13)

Week 10 has officially come to a close with a 16-13 overtime Monday Night Football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the victorious Pittsburgh Steelers.

Take a look at how the NFL Vols did in the 10th week of the regular season.

Player

Pos.

Team

Opponent

Score

Stats

Jason Allen

CB

Cincinnati

vs. NY Giants

W, 31-13

Not Active

Robert Ayers

DE

Denver

at Carolina

W, 36-14

Season high 5 tackles,

1 sack-12 yds, 2 TFL,

2 QBH, 2 pass def.

Eric Berry

DB

Kansas City

at Pittsburgh

L, 13-16 OT

Started at SS, 5 tackles,

1 TFL, 2 pass def.

Kevin Burnett

LB

Miami

vs. Tennessee

L, 37-3

Started at LB,

led team with 6 tackles

Britton Colquitt

P

Denver

at Carolina

W, 36-14

6 punts, 48.0 avg. 3-I20

Dustin Colquitt

P

Kansas City

at Pittsburgh

L, 13-16 OT

8 punts, 42.1 avg. 5-I20

Morgan Cox

LS

Baltimore

vs. Oakland

W, 55-20

Snapped on all punts and kicks

Arian Foster

RB

Houston

at Chicago

W, 13-6

29 att. 102 yds.

5 rec. 15 yds. 1 TD

Ramon Foster

OT

Pittsburgh

vs. Kansas City

W, 16-13 OT

Started at RG

Aubrayo Franklin

DT

San Diego

at Tampa Bay

L, 24-34

Started at DT, 1 tackle

Jabari Greer

CB

New Orleans

vs. Atlanta

W, 31-27

Started at LCB,

5 tackles, 1 pass def.

Nick Guess

LS

Oakland




Parys Haralson

LB

San Francisco

vs. St. Louis

T, 24-24

Injured Reserve

Montario Hardesty

RB

Cleveland

Bye Week



Malik Jackson

DE

Denver

at Carolina

W, 36-14

1 tackle

Peyton Manning

QB

Denver

at Carolina

W, 36-14

27-38-301 yds 1 TD

Jerod Mayo

LB

New England

vs. Buffalo

W, 37-31

Started at LB,

game high 12 tackles

Turk McBride

DE

New Orleans

vs. Atlanta

W, 31-27

1 tackle, 1 QBH

Jacques McClendon

OL

Pittsburgh

vs. Kansas City

W, 16-13 OT

Practice Squad

Tony McDaniel

DE

Miami

vs. Tennessee

L, 37-3

2 tackles

Robert Meachem

WR

San Diego

at Tampa Bay

L, 24-34

1 rec. 8 yds.

Marvin Mitchell

LB

Minnesota

vs. Detroit

W, 34-24

Not Active

Denarius Moore

WR

Oakland

at Baltimore

L, 20-55

Started at WR,

4 rec. 90 yds. 1 TD

Tauren Poole

RB

Carolina

vs. Denver

L, 14-36

Injured Reserve

Chris Scott

OL

Tampa Bay

vs. San Diego

W, 34-24

Practice Squad

Jarrod Shaw

OL

Cleveland

Bye Week



Luke Stocker

TE

Tampa Bay

vs. San Diego

W, 34-24

1 rec. 11 yds.

Scott Wells

C

St. Louis

at San Francisco

T, 24-24

Injured Reserve

Dan Williams

DT

Arizona

Bye Week



Jason Witten

TE

Dallas

at Philadelphia

W, 38-24

8 rec. 47 yds.


NFL Leading Foster
-With the only TD of the game Sunday Night against Chicago, Foster reeled in his NFL-leading 12th TD of the season, 2nd receiving. Foster finished the night with 102 yards rushing on 29 attempts and five catches for 15 yards and a TD.
-Foster has currently registered either a rushing or receiving TD in 11 straight games, which is the tied for the second longest streak since 2001 (Ladanian Tomlinson 18 games from 2004-05).
-After recording 110 yards on 28 carries against Jacksonville Sunday, Sept. 16, Arian Foster became the Houston Texans' all-time leading rusher. passing Domanick Davis who had 3,195 rushing yards for the franchise from 2003-05.
-Foster continues to add to his lifetime total upping his rushing yards to 3,969 after a 102 yard effort against the Bears.
-Foster currently leads the NFL with 10 rushing touchdowns and 12 overall TDs, recording at least one TD in every game this season. He is also third with 872 rushing yards and ranks third in rushing yards per game (96.9).

Ayers Shines at Carolina
-Robert Ayers, who is in his fourth year with the Denver Broncos, returned near his hometown of Clio, S.C. for a meeting with the Carolina Panthers and shone.
-Ayers finished the day with a season high five tackles, a sack for a loss of 12 yards, two tackles for loss, two quarterback hurries and two passes defended.

Extra Mayo, Please
-Adding a game-high 12 tackles to his total last week against Buffalo, Jerod Mayo, ranks second in the NFL with 91 tackles in 2012.
-Mayo is second in the NFL to just Chad Greenway of Minnesota and leads all AFC tacklers by 11 tackles (Wsley Woodyard, DEN 80).
-With nine tackles at Indy this week, Mayo would hit the century mark for the fourth time in his career. Last season was the only time in his five year NFL career that he didnt record 100 tackles.

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