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Bearcats in the NFL: Week 10

Connor Barwin was a standout this week, however the rest of the Bearcat alumni struggled to find their rhythm.

NFL: Atlanta Falcons at Philadelphia Eagles James Lang-USA TODAY Sports

Travis Kelce, TE, Kansas City Chiefs

Kelce continued his streak of fluctuating numbers this year. The Pro Bowl tight end hauled in three passes for only 31 yards in what was a disappointing game against a struggling Panthers defense. Despite missing Jeremy Maclin due to a groin injury, it was apparent Kelce wasn't a No. 1 target this weekend.

Brent Celek, TE, Philadelphia Eagles

Celek has been held catchless the last couple of weeks due to shortened playing time because of a rib Injury. He had one catch for 7 yards this weekend.

Connor Barwin, DE, Philadelphia Eagles

Barwin was a disruption the entire game against the high powered Falcons offense. He was constantly in the face of Matt Ryan and made a few key tackles including a sack on third down when Atlanta was threatening to score in the red zone.

Jason Kelce, OL, Philadelphia Eagles

Kelce was consistent in his playing time, starting the game and participating on all 79 offensive snaps for the Eagles.

Derek Wolfe, DT, Denver Broncos

Despite being questionable throughout the week, Wolfe was ruled out prior to Denver’s Sunday matchup against the New Orleans Saints with a hairline fracture in his right elbow. Wolfe is aiming for a Week 12 return.

John Hughes, DT, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Although Hughes was held to only one tackle this weekend, he played a key role in shutting down the Bears run game holding the electric Jordan Howard to 100 yards following his exceptional performance on Halloween night.

Ricardo Matthews, DE, Pittsburgh Steelers

Matthews was once again used sparingly in the Steelers defensive system, being used on less than 10 defensive snaps in the Steelers heart breaking loss to the Dallas Cowboys

Kevin Huber, P, Cincinnati Bengals

Huber punted seven times in the Bengals Monday night showdown with the New York Giants with a long of 52 yards. He also had two punts inside the 20 in a losing effort.

Chris Moore, WR, Baltimore Ravens

Moore played 15 snaps on special teams but only got on offense for two plays. Although he didn’t play much on offense, he did have a 10-yard rush and also recorded a tackle on special teams.

Mike Windt, LS, San Diego Chargers

Windt played on eight snaps, all on special teams. San Diego punted four times in the contest and Josh Lambo was only called to kick one field goal, keeping Windt’s usually low snap count very minimal once again.