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Tigers in the NFL: Week 10

Tigers in the NFL: Week 10

DeAndre Hopkins finished with five receptions for 57 yards and scored what would be the Texans’ game-winning touchdown as the team spoiled the Cincinatti Bengals’ hopes of an undefeated season on Monday Night Football with a 10-6 victory.

DeAndre Hopkins saved us from a touchdown-less MNF game.

— SB Nation GIF (@SBNationGIF) November 17, 2015

DeAndre Hopkins has me like #HOUvsCIN #MNF

— Adam Rank (@adamrank) November 17, 2015

DeAndre Hopkins: 5 rec and 50 rec yds in each game this season He and Demaryius Thomas are the only players to do that in every team game

— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) November 16, 2015

Running back Andre Ellington led the Arizona Cardinals with 81 rushing yards on five carries, which included a 48-yard touchdown run that helped his team steal a major 39-32 road victory over division-rival Seattle Seahawks. Ellington also added 27 receiving yards out of the backfield.

ZOOOOOOOOOOOOM!! 48 yards later and Andre Ellington wraps a bow on the game in the blink of an eye. #AZvsSEA

— NFL (@NFL) November 16, 2015

Cardinals receiver Jaron Brown stepped in for injured starter Michael Floyd and played an instrumental role in the final minutes of the game to stave off a comeback from the Seahwks. The former undrafted receiver snagged three clutch receptions for 38 yards, all of which set up touchdowns from tight end Jermaine Gresham and Ellington. Thanks to his contributions in place of Floyd, Brown was awarded the game ball by coach Bruce Arians. One of Brown’s three receptions was also rated as one of the “Top Catches of the Week” by 

Top 5 Catches (Week 10) 5. @tae15adams 4. @gregolsen88 3. @jaronbrown13 2. @PR56 1. @God_Son80

— NFL (@NFL) November 16, 2015

“No one works harder on our team than him.” @jaronbrown13 stepped up big in Floyd’s absence. #AZvsSEA

— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) November 17, 2015

Great win for the bird gang last night! So proud of my boy @jaronbrown13 ❤️ of a champion. Another #snf show down coming at home this week.

— Larry Fitzgerald (@LarryFitzgerald) November 16, 2015

Arians, “I’m so happy that he was the hero and got the game ball at the end.” on Jaron Brown #AZvsSEA

— Arizona Sports (@AZSports) November 16, 2015

Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Martavis Bryant finished as the team’s leader in receiving yards with 178 yards on six receptions and a touchdown, as the team defeated the Cleveland Browns, 30-9. 


— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) November 15, 2015 Dude, @ThaBestUNO is ballin! — Michael Fabiano (@Michael_Fabiano) November 15, 2015

Cardinals kicker Chandler Cantanzaro was 3-3 on field goals in the 39-32 victory over the Seahawks with a long of 43 yards. 

Including tonight, Chandler Catanzaro is 21-of-23 (91.3%) against NFC West foes.

— Shaun Church (@NFLChurch) November 16, 2015

Chandler Catanzaro is clutch and i have to confess that as a fan I take him for granted & don’t give him the credit he deserves. #BirdGang

— Clay (@AzWorkaholic) November 16, 2015

Defensive back Crezdon Butler made a game-changing play for the Detroit Lions in their 18-16 victory over the Green Bay Packers, the team’s first win at Lambeau Field since 1991. 

Aaron Rodgers reaction to the play Crezdon Butler made on the 2 point conversion attempt

— The Cauldron (@TheCauldron) November 15, 2015

Key play by Asheville High alum Crezdon Butler helps Detroit Lions win in Green Bay for first time since 1991 #nfl

— High School Huddle (@acthshuddle) November 15, 2015