Kenny Britt–Tennessee Titans
Caught four passes for 30 yards in a starting role at wide receiver. He hauled in a long of 16 yards in a 35-34 win over Buffalo.
Anthony Davis- San Francisco 49ers
A starter at offensive tackle, Davis helped pave the way for running back Frank Gore, who accumulated 131 yards on the ground with an average of 8.2 per carry. The 49ers picked up a 13-6 win over Seattle.
Justin Francis- New England Patriots
The defensive lineman saw action but did not record any statistics in a 29-26 win over the New York Jets.
Jonathan Freeny- Miami Dolphins
Gary Gibson- Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Saw time at defensive tackle but did not record any statistics in a 35-28 loss to New Orleans.
Clark Harris- Cincinnati Bengals
Primary long snapper for the Bengals in the 24-17 loss to Pittsburgh.
Kevin Haslam- San Diego Chargers
The offensive tackle was signed to the practice squad on Sept. 4. The Chargers were on a bye.
George Johnson- Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Played at defensive end and assisted on one tackle in the 35-28 loss to New Orleans.
Joe Lefeged- Indianapolis Colts
The safety played in the 17-13 win over Cleveland and notched an assisted tackle on both defense and special teams.
Brian Leonard- Cincinnati Bengals
Inactive for the matchup with Pittsburgh due to an injury.
Kevin Malast- Tennessee Titans
On injured reserve list as a linebacker for the Titans.
Joe Martinek- New York Giants
The running back was signed to the practice squad on Oct. 9.
Devin McCourty- New England Patriots
Returned a kickoff 104 yards for a touchdown, his first return of his career and the second-longest in team history behind Ellis Hobbs’ 108-yard return on Sept. 9, 2007. McCourty also notched five solo tackles in the 29-26 win over the New York Jets.
Jason McCourty- Tennessee Titans
Recorded one interception, his second in two weeks, and tallied six tackles in the 35-34 win over Buffalo.
Ray Rice- Baltimore Ravens
Carried the ball nine times for 42 yards (4.7/carry) and caught all five passes thrown his way for 12 yards. The Ravens fell to Houston, 43-13.
Mohamed Sanu- Cincinnati Bengals
Saw significant playing time, finishing second on the team with three receptions totaling 27 yards. He also carried the ball once for seven yards. His three catches were the first of his career. The Bengals suffered a 24-17 loss to Pittsburgh.
Alex Silvestro- New England Patriots
The tight end was named to the practice squad on Sept. 1.
Tiquan Underwood- Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Started at receiver for the Buccaneers and caught two passes for 35 yards, including a 13-yard strike for his first career NFL touchdown in the 35-28 loss to New Orleans.
Jamaal Westerman- Arizona Cardinals
Saw the field at linebacker but did not record any statistics in the 21-14 loss to Minnesota.
Jeremy Zuttah- Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Started at center and helped pave the way for 513 yards of total offense for the Buccaneers in a 35-28 loss to New Orleans.