September in the NFL is over and in the record books, and if you take a gander at said books, you'll see a few Auburn Tigers listed in their pages.
Karlos Dansby continued his defensive domination, racking up nine solo tackles in the Cardinals win over Tampa Bay. Dansby also recorded a tackle for a loss and a pass deflection. Through the fourth week, Dansby leads Arizona with 37 total tackles, all solo.
Josh Bynes had his best day since Week 1, tallying four solo and five assisted tackles in the Ravens' loss to the Bills.
Will Herring, who has had a quiet season thus far, grabbed an interception and returned it 6 yards in the Saints' beatdown of the Dolphins.
Corey Lemonier had a good Sunday, as well, collecting three solo tackles and a pass deflection in the 49ers' win over the Rams.
Continuing his positive trend, Jerraud Powers made five solo tackles and deflected a pass for the Cardinals.
Pat Sims had three solo tackles and one assisted tackle in the Raiders' loss to the Redskins.
Finally, Nick Fairley, who had a statistically quiet Sunday, at least got to add this to his highlight reel, a fumble recovery returned for a touchdown
Ben Tate carried seven times for 44 yards and caught one pass for 1 yard in the Texans loss to the Seahawks.
Ben Obomanu caught his first pass for the season, an 8-yard gain for the Jets in their loss to the Titans.
Ronnie Brown had one carry for 7 yards in the Chargers' win over the Cowboys.
Great job this week, Tigers, and as always, War Eagle!
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