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Bearcats In The NFL: Week 15

Travis Kelce’s streak of 100 yard games is over but an unfortunate streak is beginning to worry some.

NFL: Tennessee Titans at Kansas City Chiefs Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Travis Kelce, TE, Kansas City Chiefs

Kelce’s streak of 100 yards games has finally come to an end after four consecutive weeks. The Titans defense held Kelce to three receptions for only 41 yards. Kelce did however continue his streak of seven straight weeks without finding the end-zone.

Derek Wolfe, DL, Denver Broncos

Wolfe left the Broncos matchup against the New England Patriots due to a neck injury and did not return. According to the Broncos official site, Wolfe is questionable for their Week 16 game with the division rival Chiefs. Prior to leaving the game, Wolfe recorded two solo tackles.

Connor Barwin, DL, Philadelphia Eagles

Barwin was once again held in check this weekend, as he had only one solo tackle against the Baltimore Ravens while being in on over half of the Eagles defensive snaps (57 percent). Following a great month of November, Barwin has seen a significant drop off in numbers in December, only recording five total tackles in three games.

Jason Kelce, OL, Philadelphia Eagles

Philadelphia had a great day running the ball against the Ravens (170 yards) due in large part to a much improved performance from the Eagles offensive line. Led by Kelce, the Eagles allowed only one sack of rookie quarterback Carson Wentz.

Trent Cole, LB, Indianapolis Colts

Following perhaps his best game as a Colt, Cole saw his numbers and opportunities decrease fairly significantly in what was a dominant defensive performance for the Colts. Cole finished with only one tackle on 50 percent of defensive snaps.

Ricardo Matthews, DL, Pittsburgh Steelers

Matthews came to play in one of the biggest and baddest rivalries in the NFL. Matthews recorded two tackles against the Bengals and was seen causing havoc on numerous occasions for Bengals running backs. Matthews came into the game questionable with an ankle injury but set all doubt aside with a solid performance.

Chris Moore, WR, Baltimore Ravens

Unfortunately for Moore, there was no game changing plays for his highlight tape this weekend. However, Moore continued to do what he’s done all season long and that is perform on special teams. While Moore was only in for one offensive snap, the rookie played 18 snaps (64% of special teams snaps) on various special teams units.

Kevin Huber, P, Cincinnati Bengals

Huber punted three times against the Steelers averaging 47 yards including a long of 54. He also pinned Pittsburgh inside its own 20 once.

Johnny Holton, WR, Oakland Raiders

Holton once again saw no offensive snaps, but played on 42% of special teams snaps in the Raiders playoff-clinching win against the San Diego Chargers.

Mike Windt, LS, San Diego Chargers

Windt was in on eight special teams snaps (31%) in Sunday’s loss to the Raiders.