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Bearcats In The NFL: Week 13

As Bearcat alumni struggled once again, Travis Kelce stole the show.

NFL: Kansas City Chiefs at Atlanta Falcons Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports

Trent Cole, LB, Indianapolis

Cole returned to the Colts lineup Monday Night after sitting out since week two due to Injury. Cole finished up with two tackles in a limited role, playing 44 percent of the Colts’ defensive snaps, to get him accustomed to game speed.

Travis Kelce, TE, Kansas City Chiefs

Kelce had another productive day in the Chiefs’ shootout victory against the high powered Atlanta Falcons. Kelce hauled in eight passes for 140 yards as the Chiefs rolled over a struggling Falcons defense. This was Kelce’s third-straight game with more than 100 receiving yards.

Connor Barwin, DE, Philadelphia Eagles

As a whole, the Eagles struggled on Sunday against the extremely beaten up Bengals offence. Darwin was no exception, putting up limited number (three tackles) on a limited snap count (66 percent).

Jason Kelce, OL, Philadelphia Eagles

As much as the Eagles defense struggled, the offense looked even worse. They could not establish much of a run game due in large part to a poor performance from their offensive line. Kelce is a key part of the offense and must put some of the blame on his shoulders for the poor offensive output.

Derek Wolfe, DE, Denver Broncos

Wolfe had another big game for the Denver defense since returning from injury. The Broncos held the struggling Jaguars to only 10 points. Wolfe contributed quite a bit, posting six tackles from his defensive end position. It is clear Wolfe is right back in the swing of things following his injury seeing how he was on the field for three quarters of defensive snaps (76%).

Ricardo Matthews, DE, Pittsburgh Steelers

Matthews has seen his role with the Steelers grow over the past few weeks. Matthews played very consistently throughout the game, despiting posting only two tackles, as he seemed to be involved on every play.

Chris Moore, WR, Baltimore Ravens

Despite being held catchless this Sunday, Moore saw an increased role in the Ravens offense. Moore played 18% of offensive snaps and as per usual was a mainstay on all special teams units.

Kevin Huber, P, Cincinnati Bengals

Because of a strong offensive performance form the Bengals this Sunday, Huber only punted once for 49 yards.

Mike Windt, LS, San Diego Chargers

Windt was on for eight special teams snap in the Chargers Week 13 matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Johnny Holton, WR, Oakland Raiders

Holton only played one offensive snap Sunday following the best game of his young career. While he didn’t do much on offense, Holton once again contributed in other ways, getting in on 27 percent of the Raiders’ plays on special teams.