Week 15 was pretty quiet for most former Arizona Wildcats. There were some players, however, who did have pretty good games.
Brooks Reed and Earl Mitchell once again had solid outings, and Scooby Wright finally played in his first career NFL game.
Earl Mitchell, DT (#90), Miami Dolphins
2016 Stats: 15 tackles and 3.5 TFL
Mitchell had himself a solid game against the struggling New York Jets. He recorded four tackles, including 0.5 TFL in a 34-13 beating. It’s safe to say the Dolphins missed him while he was dealing with a calf injury earlier in the year.
Brooks Reed, LB/DE (#50), Atlanta Falcons
2016 Stats: 22 tackles, 2.5 TFL, 1.5 sacks, 1 forced fumble
Reed had another solid outing on Sunday. He recorded three tackles, including a TFL, in Atlanta’s 41-13 beatdown of the San Francisco 49ers.
Trevin Wade, DB (#31), New York Giants
2016 Stats: 19 tackles and 2 PBU
Wade played an overall solid game against the Detroit Lions on Sunday. He only recorded two tackles, but his coverage skills were on point the majority of the game. The Giants ended up winning the game 17-6.
Ka’Deem Carey, RB (#25), Chicago Bears
2016 Stats: 32 car, 126 yds, 0 TD; 5 rec, 55 yds, 0 TD
Carey didn’t see much action on Sunday against the Green Bay Packers. He only recorded one yard on one carry in Chicago’s 30-27 loss.
Will Parks, S (#34), Denver Broncos
2016 Stats: 16 tackles, 1 INT, 1 PBU
The rookie safety only recorded one tackle in Denver’s poor showing against the New England Patriots. The Broncos lost 16-3.
Nick Folk, K (#2), New York Jets
2016 Stats: FG: 23-for-26 with a long of 51 yards; PAT: 21-for-23
Folk was 2-for-2 on field goal attempts against the Dolphins on Saturday. He had a long of 48 yards and was also 1-for-1 on PATs.
Scooby Wright III, LB (#58), Arizona Cardinals
2016 Stats: None recorded
Scooby finally played in his first career NFL game Sunday, as the Cardinals lost to the New Orleans Saints 48-41. Scooby played on special teams and didn’t record any stats. However, he did throw a key block that sprang a 35-yard kick return by Brittan Golden.
Robert Golden, S (#21), Pittsburgh Steelers
2016 Stats: 34 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 PBU
Golden did not record any stats in Pittsburgh’s 24-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Marquis Flowers, LB (#53), Cincinnati Bengals
2016 Stats: 7 tackles
Flowers did not record any stats in that loss to Golden’s Steelers.
Nick Foles, QB (#4), Kansas City Chiefs
2016 Stats: 36-for-55, 410 yds, 3 TD, 0 INT
Foles still patrolled the sideline behind Alex Smith.