How former Auburn players fared in NFL Week 9: Karlos Dansby joins exclusive list after first interception of season

Arizona Cardinals linebacker Karlos Dansby entered exclusive company with his performance on Sunday. Dansby intercepted his first pass of the season, giving him 20 for his career. The interception made him just the fifth player in NFL history with 20 interceptions and also 40 quarterback sacks. Dansby also made 7 tackles and 1 sack and hit the quarterback twice.

Here is how other former Auburn players fared in NFL Week 9:

  • Miami Dolphins kicker Cody Parkey made a 49-yard field goal and also recovered his own onside kick in a 27-24 loss to the Oakland Raiders.
  • Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton threw for 137 yards on 13 of 24 passes in a 20-17 win against the Atlanta Falcons. Newton also had 86 yards on 9 carries and a rushing touchdown. He made highlight reels by leaping into the end zone on his 9-yard touchdown run.
  • Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Pat Sims left the team’s 23-7 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars with a calf injury in the first quarter. Also for the Bengals, defensive end Carl Lawson delivered a quarterback hit.
  • For the Jaguars, running back Corey Grant totaled 18 yards on 4 carries and returned a kickoff 29 yards.
  • Houston Texans defensive end Angelo Blackson played in his first game after signing with the team on Tuesday. Also for the Texans, fullback Jay Prosch had 1 catch for 1 yard. The Texans lost to the Indianapolis Colts.
  • For the Colts, wide receiver Quan Bray returned 3 punts for a total of 24 yards.
  • Los Angeles Rams defensive back Blake Countess provided 3 tackles in a 51-17 win against the New York Giants.
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Peyton Barber produced 34 yards on 11 carries in a 30-10 loss to the New Orleans Saints.

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