Auburn has produced many NFL players through the years, and on a weekly basis, you will see many players shine for their respective teams.


The lone Tiger on the Falcons is defensive end Marlon Davidson. Davidson was able to tally a sack on the box score in what was a blowout 32-6 loss to the Eagles.


When Davidson was at Auburn, his partner on the defensive line was Derrick Brown. Brown is also the only Tiger on his team, and he had a great game against the Jets. He was able to get four tackles and a sack in a 19-14 win over the Jets. “It felt like I got hit by a truck there for a second,” said Zach Wilson when asked about Brown’s sack.


CJ Uzomah tallied just two catches for 35 yards in his game against the Vikings, his second catch coming in overtime to set up the game-winning field goal to upset the Vikings 27-24.


Anthony Schwartz was able to get some reps in the Browns loss to the Chiefs and showed out. Schwartz had three catches for 69 yards and also ran the ball once for 17 yards.


Daniel Carlson is the greatest kicker to ever come through Auburn and is looking like one of the best in the NFL. On Monday Night Football, Carlson kicked a career-long 55-yard field goal to send the game into overtime, in which the Raiders beat the Ravens 33-27.


Arryn Siposs showed out #ForTheBrand on Sunday averaging 47.25 yards per punt in the Eagles big win over the Falcons.


The Super Bowl winning Buccaneers have one of the best cornerback tandems in the NFL, and both corners come from Auburn: Carlton Davis and Jamel Dean. Dean was tallied nine tackles Thursday, and Davis had two tackles and a huge interception to help seal a 31-29 victory over the Cowboys.