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How Arizona Wildcats fared in Week 13 of NFL season

Nick Folk can’t miss

New England Patriots v Los Angeles Chargers Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images

The NFL season keeps on trucking. Here’s all how of the Arizona Wildcats performed in the league this past week.

Nick Folk, New England Patriots

Folk converted six extra points and knocked in a 32-yard field goal in New England’s 45-0 win over the Los Angeles Chargers. Folk has now made 20 consecutive field goals, boosting his season percentage to 90.9, tying the best mark of his career.

The Patriots have won four of their last five, staying in the AFC playoff race.

Rob Gronkowski, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Gronkowski and the Buccaneers had a much-needed bye week ahead of a highly anticipated matchup against the Minnesota Vikings this coming Sunday.

Nick Foles, Chicago Bears

Foles did not see any playing time as backup to Mitchell Trubisky as Chicago fell to Detroit 34-30.

J.J. Taylor, New England Patriots

Taylor missed the Patriots game with a quadriceps injury. The rookie hasn’t seen action since Week 3.

Will Parks, Denver Broncos

Shortly after being released by the Philadelphia Eagles, Parks was picked up by his previous team, the Broncos. He missed Denver’s 22-16 loss to Kansas City but could see time at the nickel position in the coming weeks.

Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles

The Tucson-native watched from the sidelines as the San Francisco 49ers fell to the Buffalo Bills 34-24 on Monday Night Football.

Reggie Gilbert, Jacksonville Jaguars

The edge defender was recently signed off the Arizona Cardinals’ practice squad, but he was inactive in Jacksonville’s overtime loss to the Vikings.

Jace Whittaker, Arizona Cardinals

Whittaker was demoted to the practice squad and did not play any snaps in Arizona’s 38-28 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. P.J. Johnson is on the Cardinals’ practice squad too!

Dane Cruikshank, Tennessee Titans

Cruikshank is on season-ending injured reserve prior to Week 10 due to a groin injury.