Six weeks into the season and the NFL continues to pump out some exciting play at the professional level. And right in the middle of all that action are some of Auburn's best. Let's see how they did!
- Josh Bynes did his best to help the Baltimore Ravens by picking up four assisted tackles and a pass deflection.
- Karlos Dansby continues to set the standard in Arizona by making nine solo tackles, two assisted tackles, half a sack and three pass deflections. As of right now, Dansby is fourth in the NFL in combined tackles. Psst. Hey, Auburn linebackers, try playing like him, please.
- Nick Fairley had a good contribution in the Lions win over the Browns collecting two solo tackles and an assisted tackle.
- Will Herring added a solo tackle to his season stat sheet for the Saints.
- Corey Lemonier had three solo tackles, a sack, a forced fumble and a pass deflection in the 49ers' win over the Cardinals.
- Sen'Derrick Marks had a tackle and a tackle for loss that resulted in a 5-yard loss for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
- Jerraud Powers gave his best effort in October by making four solo tackles for the Cardinals.
- Carlos Rogers had his best game of the season thus far, tabulating seven total tackles, one assisted tackle, two pass deflections and pulling down an interception which he returned for 11 yards.
- Ronnie Brown carried twice for three yards for the Chargers in their win over the Colts on Monday Night Football.
- Cam Newton rebounded big time from his Week 5 performance by completing 20 of his 26 passes for 242 yards and three touchdowns, as well as rushing for 33 yards and a touchdown.
- Ben Tate had 10 carries for 12 yards and a rushing touchdown, and he caught three passes for 16 yards in the Texans' loss to the Rams.
Great job this week, Tigers, and as always, War Eagle!
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