Bama in the NFL – Week 5

Week five in the NFL featured a rematch between Bama’s Mark Ingram and Abarn’s Cam Newton. This time Ingram prevailed, contributing one touchdown to the 30-27 Saints win. New Orleans, now 4-1, sits atop the NFC South, while Newton, for all his sanctimonious persona and personal highlights, is dragging the bottom of the league at 1-4.

Here are the rest of the numbers:

Arizona Cardinals (1-4) lost to MIN, 34-10
Rashaad Johnson, DB – 1 assist, 1 fumble recovery

Atlanta Falcons (2-3) lost to GB 25-14
Julio Jones, WR – 1 catch for 16 yards, 1 carry for 17 yards
Mike Johnson, OL – listed as the backup at RG 

Baltimore Ravens (3-1) did not play
Terrence Cody, NG
Jarret Johnson, LB

Buffalo Bills (4-1) defeated PHI, 31-24
Marcel Dareus, DE – no stats recorded

Cincinnati Bengals (3-2) defeated JAC, 30-20
Andre Smith, OT – listed as the starter at RT

Green Bay Packers (5-0) defeated ATL 25-14
Charlie Peprah, DB – 5 tackles, 3 assists, 1 INT 

Houston Texans (3-2) lost to OAK, 25-20
Demeco Ryans, LB – 2 tackles, 2 assists
Kareem Jackson, CB – didn’t play (knee injury)
Antoine Caldwell, OL – listed as the back-up at RG  

Kansas City Chiefs (2-3) defeated IND, 28-24
Javier Arenas, DB – 4 PR, 9 yard avg. (long of 14); 3 tackles
Le’Ron McClain, FB – 1 carry for -2 yards, 1 catch for 7 yards
Wallace Gilberry, DE – 2 assists

New England Patriots (4-1) defeated NYJ, 30-21
Mark Anderson, DE – 1 tackle, 2 assists, 1.5 sacks
Brandon Deaderick, DE – listed currently as physically unable to perform.

New Orleans Saints (4-1) defeated CAR, 30-27
Mark Ingram, RB – 9 carries for 32 yards (long of 8), 1 TD
Roman Harper, S – 2 assists

New York Jets (2-3), lost to NE, 30-21
Greg McElroy, QB – on injured reserve (thumb)

Oakland Raiders (3-2) defeated HOU, 25-20
Rolondo McClain, LB – 4 tackles

Philadelphia Eagles (1-4) – lost to BUF, 31-24
Evan Mathis, OL – listed as the starter at LG

Seattle Seahawks (2-3) defeated NYG, 36-25
James Carpenter, OL – listed as the starter at RT

St. Louis Rams (0-4) did not play
Marquis Johnson, DB – listed currently as physically unable to perform.


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  1. 5
    RC

    I can’t stand Newton because he is trash, but he plays on a crap team. What I want to know is why Cody isn’t blowing it up in the NFL?

    • 6
      The Flash

      Maybe, just maybe he didn’t have good enough coaching in college and he is having to learn how to play the game rater than just using all his fat to take up space on the line no that he has lost some weight.

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