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Cats in the NFL: Week 13

San Francisco 49er

 Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers

– In Green Bay’s 26-21 win over the New England Patriots, Cobb had seven receptions for 85 yards

Cobb made a tough first down catch on 3rd and 4 to seal the deal for the Packers

“We understand the implications of that play and how big it was,” Cobb said. “We don’t want to give the ball back to them. We want to keep the chains moving. After I ran my route, I saw Aaron had the ball. I was just looking for space and was able to create some separation and make the play.”

– Cobb and fellow receiver, Jordy Nelson, made history Sunday by becoming the first to post 10 touchdown catches apiece in the same season in Packers history

San Francisco 49er

San Francisco 49ers

Stevie Johnson, San Francisco 49ers

– The Seattle Seahawks defeated the 49ers 19-3 on Thanksgiving

– Johnson had three receptions for 28 yards

Tim Masthay, Green Bay Packers

– Masthay punted once for a total of 38 yards in the Packers win 

Denver Broncos- Eric Lars Bakke

Denver Broncos- Eric Lars Bakke

Jacob Tamme, Denver Broncos

– In Denver’s 29-16 win over the Kansas City Chiefs, Tamme had one reception for four yards

Larry Warford, Detroit Lions

– The Lions defeated the Chicago Bears 34-17 in the first game on Thanksgiving

– Warford starting running at practice on Tuesday and is expected to be back in December for the Lions’ postseason run

– The only play Warford has missed as a Lion was a play where he had to exit the game after being reporting as en eligible receiver because of substitution rules

“I’ve been injured, but I’ve never missed a play for it,” Warford said. “I’ve never been legitimately injured.”

Avery Williamson, Tennessee Titans

– The Titans continue to struggle as they lose again to the Houston Texans 45-21

– Williamson was very quiet on Sunday with only one tackle

Wesley Woodyard, Tennessee Titans

– Woodyard combined for five tackles in the loss; three solo and two assists

– The Titans served assisted hundreds of homeless people during Thanksgiving break by serving hot meals and providing toiletries, groceries and clothing.

Photo: Gary Glenn

Photo: Gary Glenn

Article written by Kindsey Bernhard

Lover of dogs, sports and beer. @kindseybernhard