There is not a single former Cincinnati Bearcat in this week’s Thursday Night Football game between the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers. But have no fear, you can read all about the individual accomplishments of all the professional Bearcats here while you wait for Sunday.
Chris Moore, Baltimore Ravens, WR
A trip to jolly old England was on the docket for Moore and the Ravens, although after losing 44-7 to the Jacksonville Jaguars, they may have been better off staying home. Moore played seven offensive snaps and 11 on special teams in the losing effort. He was targeted once for a pass but did not haul in a reception.
Kevin Huber, Cincinnati Bengals, P
Huber is tied for the third most punt attempts in the NFL, which is a testament to how bad the Bengals have been, even if they nearly upset the Packers in week three. Huber punted six times in the game and averaged 49.3 yards per kick, which was a season-high.
Deyshawn Bond, Indianapolis Colts, OL
Bond is suffering from an ankle injury right now but started once again for the Colts on Sunday, helping them to a 31-28 win over the Cleveland Browns.
Parker Ehinger, Kansas City Chiefs, OL
Ehinger was on the sidelines again with a knee injury as he continues his recovery process.
Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs, TE
A week after being targeted 10 times, Kelce received just one pass and managed to turn that into one yard. So, yeah, not a very memorable game for Zeus.
Derek Wolfe, Denver Broncos, DL
During the Broncos first loss of the season, Wolfe started his third-straight game and finished with a season-high two tackles.
Johnny Holton, Oakland Raiders, WR
Holton was busy on Sunday night, playing a season-high seven offensive plays while filling in on special teams for 13 plays. However, despite being on the field more, he still didn’t catch a pass or even get targeted.
Mike Windt, Los Angeles Chargers, LS
Even though the Chargers lost by two touchdowns, Windt was only in on seven snaps, a season-low for the long snapper.
Brent Celek, Philadelphia Eagles, TE
Celek was no more than a glorified offensive lineman against the Giants, as Carson Wentz did not throw a single ball his way.
Jason Kelce, Philadelphia Eagles, OL
Kelce was there in the beginning, middle and end of the game, starting on all 76 offensive snaps for the Eagles.
Eric Wilson, Minnesota Vikings, LB
The Vikings aren’t using Wilson right. He can’t just be a special teams player! The man can tackle anything! For now, Wilson will have to settle with playing roughly 65 percent of Minnesota’s special team plays, which he did for the third-straight week last weekend.
Tion Green, Detroit Lions, RB
Green is still looking for his first carry in the NFL.
Connor Barwin, Los Angeles Rams, DL
There wasn’t much defense in last week’s Thursday night game between the Rams and the San Francisco 49ers, but Barwin still had his best game of the season, recording three tackles and his first sack as a Ram.