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Tigers in the NFL: Week 13

Tigers in the NFL: Week 13

New Orleans Saints linebacker Stephone Anthony recorded 10 tackles, forced a fumble and returned it for a 31-yard touchdown, and returned a blocked extra point 82 yards for a two-point defensive score. He became the first player in NFL history to return a missed extra point for a score. Thanks to some stellar play by Anthony, the Saints gave the undefeated Carolina Panthers a close game, but the Panthers emerged victorious 41-38 in the Superdome. 

We saw history made today by @stephoneanthony in #CARvNO. Next up, I want to see a 1-point safety! Via @kfc https://t.co/dNejhzmkdx

— Mike Pereira (@MikePereira) December 7, 2015

No one knew what happened except for Stephone Anthony That’s cause he’s the guy w/the ball in the end zone #CARvsNO https://t.co/X2wbrfV7mN

— NFL (@NFL) December 6, 2015

Stephone Anthony is a beast @nflnetwork @SaintsNews @whodatdish @NFL pic.twitter.com/Bu3jIpimZf

— December 9th (@Strokgamecrazey) December 6, 2015

Houston Texans receiver DeAndre Hopkins was at it again in Week 13, as he finished with five receptions for 88 yards and a touchdown. The catch was Hopkins’ 10th touchdown of the season, and sets a new single-season record for touchdowns by a Texans receiver, breaking Andre Johnson’s previous record of nine set back in 2009. Hopkins now has 86 receptions for 1,169 yards and 10 touchdowns on the year.

Another week, another ridiculous Nuk Hopkins TD catch. Not fair. Just not fair. #HOUvsBUF https://t.co/ppVX6hztqe

— NFL (@NFL) December 6, 2015

Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Martavis Bryant finished with four receptions for 114 yards and a touchdown, which included a 68-yard deep ball from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Bryant has now scored 15 touchdowns in 17 career games. 

Every week Martavis Bryant makes some incredible play that leaves you shaking your head This is that play #INDvsPIT https://t.co/0y3W3Fjs6k

— NFL (@NFL) December 7, 2015

Buffalo Bills receiver Sammy Watkins recorded three receptions for 109 yards and a touchdown in the game with the Texans. Despite dealing with injuries early in the year, Watkins leads the Bills in both receiving yards (635) and touchdown catches (6).

Tyrod Taylor + Sammy Watkins are locked in and that’s v. bad news for defenses. #Touchdown #HOUvsBUF https://t.co/GzC5O5oyn2

— NFL (@NFL) December 6, 2015

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