Tigers in the NFL - Week 10

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Here's a look at how some former Tigers in the NFL performed last week.


-By Keegan Goudie, Mizzou Media Relations Student Assistant



Danario Alexander

St. Louis Rams

            Alexander did not accumulate any stats in an away matchup against the 49ers.


Chase Coffman

Cincinnati Bengals

            On Nov. 9, former Mizzou star TE Coffman was signed to the Cincinnati Bengals' active roster from their practice squad.


Chase Daniel

New Orleans Saints

            Daniel and the Saints had a bye last week.


Justin Gage

Tennessee Titans

            After sitting out for five weeks with a hamstring injury, Gage returned to the field for an away game against the Miami Dolphins. Gage had three catches for 18 yards, as the Titans fell 29-17 in Miami.


Ziggy Hood

Pittsburgh Steelers

            Hood did not record any plays in the Steelers' loss to the Patriots.


Jeremy Maclin

Philadelphia Eagles

            Maclin continues to shine, playing a big role in the Eagles' dominating performance over the Redskins in Week 10's Monday Night Football matchup. Maclin racked up four catches for 79 yards and a touchdown, and also added an 11-yard run. The highlight of Maclin's performance was a 48-yard circus catch in the endzone in the first quarter. On the year, Maclin has 38 receptions for 585 yards and seven touchdowns.


William Moore

Atlanta Falcons

            Moore had another nice outing in a big Thursday night victory over the Baltimore Ravens. Moore racked up four solo tackles, and now has 33 tackles and three interceptions on the year.


CJ Mosley

Jacksonville Jaguars

            Mosley did not accumulate any statistics in a 31-24 win over the Texans.


Justin Smith

San Francisco 49ers

            Smith had another big game in the 49ers victory over the Rams. Smith ended with six tackles and a sack. He now has 42 tackles and five sacks on the year.


Brad Smith

New York Jets

            Brad Smith continued to contribute for the hot New York Jets, catching one pass for six yards, and rushing five times for 39 yards, including a 16-yard run as the Jets slipped by the Cleveland Browns in a 26-20 overtime victory. 


Sean Weatherspoon

Atlanta Falcons

            An injury kept Weatherspoon out last week.

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