NFL Week 7 pitted six former Wildcats against one another, forcing a jumbled 5-6 record from Kentucky's 11 NFL alumni. Two UK record-holders extended their 2014 touchdown reception total, while two current teammates were each able to force a turnover on the defensive side of the ball.
After putting six points on the board, fourth year Green Bay Packer Randall Cobb was in the midst of a customary Lambeau Leap when one fan shared more of his meal than either individual anticipated. In the end, Cobb walked away with a large ketchup stain splattered across the number of his white shoulder pad, while the fan was left with a plain hotdog full of memories.
Cats in the Spotlight
Randall Cobb | #18 WR | Green Bay Packers (5-2)
With his eighth TD catch of the season, Cobb remains the No. 2 scoring threat in the NFL. Backed by Cobb's six receptions for 121 yards, the Packers won their fourth straight in a 38-17 blowout over Garry Williams' Carolina Panthers.
Stevie Johnson | #13 WR | San Francisco 49ers (4-3)
Though Johnson's 49ers were blown out 42-17 on Sunday Night Football by the Denver Broncos, Johnson played one of his best games in a San Francisco uniform. The former Kentucky fan favorite finished with five catches for 79 yards and his third touchdown of 2014.
Avery Williamson | #54 ILB | Tennessee Titans (2-5)
In a discouraging 19-17 loss to the Washington Redskins, Williamson made three solo tackles and two assists before recovering his second fumble in as many weeks.
Wesley Woodyard | #59 ILB | Tennessee Titans (2-5)
Like his rookie teammate, Woodyard showed up big for the Titans defense (despite the loss). Woodyard recorded seven total tackles (four solo and three assisted), as well his second interception of the year.