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Bearcats in the NFL: Week 12

As the College football season come to an end for the Bearcats, their professional counterparts are in full swing.

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Brent Celek, TE, Philadelphia Eagles

Celeb continued his slow season once again on Monday night against the Green Bay Packers, he was held catchless for the sixth time this year.

Travis Kelce, TE, Kansas City Chiefs

Kelce was a huge contributor in the Chiefs overtime victory on Sunday night against the divisional rivals Denver Broncos. The Pro-Bowl tight end hauled in eight catches for over a hundred yards. It was clear from the get-go that Kelce was Alex Smith’s main target and safety valve in the passing game. Kelce made some key catches throughout the game that certainly led the Chiefs towards their eventual victory.

Connor Barwin, DE, Philadelphia Eagles

Despite being questionable all week due to a knee injury, Barwin suited up for the Monday night showdown with the Green Bay Packers. It was clear Barwin wasn't on his game due to limitations from his injury. He was held to only one tackle.

Derek Wolfe, DE, Denver Broncos

After missing a few weeks due to a injury, Wolfe had his presence felt immensely in his first game back. Wolfe picked apart the Kansas City Chiefs O-line, putting up eight tackles (five solo, three assisted) and a sack.

Jason Kelce, C, Philadelphia Eagles

Whether it be because of the offensive line or running backs, the Eagles struggled to run the ball against the Packers on Monday night, posting under 100 yards (81). However, Kelce and the rest of the O-line gave rookie quarterback Carson Wentz more than enough time to throw.

Ricardo Matthews, DE, Pittsburgh Steelers

In a dominating defensive performance by the Steelers against the Colts on Thanksgiving, Ricardo Matthews contributed with one tackle. Despite being used sparingly in the Steelers defensive rotation, Matthews is making the most of his opportunities.

Kevin Huber, P, Cincinnati Bengals

For the second straight week, Huber punted six times while the Bengals offense struggled to get going. He averaged 47.2 yards per punt with a long of 63, a season high. He also pinned the Ravens inside the 20 once.

Mike Windt, LS, San Diego Chargers

As per usual, Windt was limited to special teams reps, the long snapper was called on for the Chargers’ six punts and Josh Lambo’s one field goal attempt.

Chris Moore, WR, Baltimore Ravens

Moore was held catchless for fourth straight week, his last catch came against the New York Jets, where he hauled in two passes from Joe Flacco.

Johnny Holton, WR, Oakland Raiders

Hilton hauled in his first catch of November, a 30-yard beauty from Derek Carr, following an extremely disappointing month. This was the second catch of his career, the first being a four-yard grab.

John Hughes III, DT, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Hughes did not play a single snap against the Seattle Seahawks but Tampa Bay did earn a 14-5 victory.