#MizzouMade: Tigers in the NFL - Week 16

Mizzou Football's deep pipeline into the NFL continues for the 2013 season, and MUTigers.com brings you weekly updates at the #MizzouMade blog. The following is a breakdown of what former Tigers are currently accomplishing at the highest level of football.
  Tim Barnes (2007-10)
Center Recorded his third straight start on the Rams' offensive line, as they defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23-13 Sunday at the Edward Jones Dome. St. Louis (7-8) looks to end the season at .500 with a road trip to Seattle this Sunday.     
  Beau Brinkley (2008-11)
LS / TE Served as the Titans' primary long snapper. Tennessee (6-9) picked up a 20-16 road victory at Jacksonville this past Sunday, and will close their season with a home match-up against the Houston Texans.    
  Colin Brown (2004-08)
OT Was released by Buffalo on Oct. 15. Had appeared in six games prior to his release, which included five starts on the Bills' offensive line. 
  Chase Coffman (2005-08)
TE Did not play in Atlanta's 34-24 Monday Night Football loss at San Francisco. For the season, Coffman has appeared in 10 games and will look for his first reception Sunday when the Falcons host Carolina.      
  Chase Daniel (2005-08)
QB Was the Chiefs' backup quarterback in the team's 23-7 loss against Indianapolis. Kansas City (11-4) are locked-in as the #5 seed in the AFC Playoffs, and will close out their regular season with a road trip to San Diego.        
  Michael Egnew (2008-11)
TE Did not appear in Miami's tough 19-0 loss at Buffalo. The Dolphins (8-7) will be fighting for their playoff lives this Sunday when they host the New York Jets (12 p.m. CT).        
  Blaine Gabbert (2008-10)
QB Remained the Jaguars' backup quarterback, as the team fell 20-16 at home against the Tennessee Titans. Jacksonville (4-11) and Gabbert play their season finale Sunday at Indianapolis (12 p.m. CT)    
  Andrew Gachkar (2007-10)
LB Played in the Chargers' 26-13 victory against Oakland, but did not record a tackle. For the year, Gachkar has accumulated 33 tackles while also forcing a fumble. San Diego (8-7) looks to enter the playoffs this Sunday with a home contest against the Kansas City Chiefs (3:25 p.m. CT).       
  Zaviar Gooden (2008-12)
LB Did not play in Tennessee's 20-16 victory at Jacksonville. This season, Gooden has tallied 12 tackles in eight games played (one start).     
  Dominique Hamilton (2007-11)
DL Currently a member of Washington's practice squad. Has yet to appear in a regular season game this season.   
  Ziggy Hood (2005-08)
DL Finished with one tackle in Pittsburgh's thrilling 38-31 road victory at Green Bay. The Steelers remain in the AFC playoff hunt going into Week 17, and will host the Cleveland Browns this Sunday at 12 p.m. CT.   
  Jeremy Maclin (2006-08)
WR Out for the 2013 campaign. Was placed on the injured reserve list after injuring his knee in preseason camp.
  William Moore (2004-08)
Safety Produced five tackles in Atlanta's 34-24 Monday Night Football loss at San Francisco. Moore will close out his fantastic 2013 campaign (83 tackles, two sacks, three forced fumbles and two interceptions) this Sunday.        
  C.J. Mosley (2001-04)
DL Finished with one tackle in the Lions' disappointing 23-20 overtime loss against the New York Giants. The loss eliminated Detroit from playoff contention, but they will close out their season against the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday (12 p.m. CT).      
  Sheldon Richardson (2011-12)
DL In the Jets' home finale, Richardson picked up six tackles (three solo) as New York topped the visiting Cleveland Browns by a score of 24-13. Richardson has had an outstanding rookie season, and has continued to fill up the stat sheet each week (76 tackles, 3.5 sacks and one forced fumble).        
  Aldon Smith (2008-10)
LB Had one tackle in the 49ers' 34-24 Monday Night Football victory against the Atlanta Falcons. San Francisco (11-4) clinched a playoff spot in Monday night's win, and look to improve their seeding this Sunday as they travel to Arizona (3:25 p.m. CT).     
  Brad Smith (2001-05)
QB / WR Recorded one rush for two yards, as the Eagles dismantled the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football by a score of 54-11. Philadelphia travels to Dallas this week, and with a victory will win the NFC East division.        
  Justin Smith (1998-2000)
DT Produced five tackles (four solo) and one sack in San Francisco's last regular season home game at Candlestick Park. His sack on Matt Ryan gives him 6.5 on the season and 82 for his outstanding career in the NFL.        
  Sean Weatherspoon (2006-09)
LB Did not play in Atlanta's Monday Night Football loss at San Francisco. The Falcons (4-11) and Weatherspoon close out their 2013 season this Sunday as they host the Carolina Panthers (12 p.m. CT).      

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