Watkins, Bryant highlight NFL Tigers in Week 12


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Watkins with one of his two touchdowns on Sunday. <span style=Photo by Denny Medley / USATODAY">
Watkins with one of his two touchdowns on Sunday. Photo by Denny Medley / USATODAY

Sammy Watkins had a breakout game Sunday against Kansas City as the Buffalo coaching staff focused on getting him the ball. Watkins finished with six catches for 158 yards and two touchdowns in the Bills’ loss.

Martavis Bryant had another solid game with five catches for 69 yards and a rushing touchdown against Seattle in Pittsburgh’s loss.

Defensively, Stephone Anthony finished with 10 tackles, including a tackle for loss, in New Orleans’ loss to Houston.

Dwayne Allen, TE, Indianapolis: Two catches for 19 yards against Tampa Bay.
Stephone Anthony, LB, New Orleans: Ten tackles, one tackle for loss, one quarterback hit against Houston.
Tavaris Barnes, DE, New Orleans: Two tackles against Houston.
Isaiah Battle, St. Louis: Inactive against Cincinnati.
Vic Beasley, DE, Atlanta: One pass defensed against Minnesota.
Andre Branch, DE, Jacksonville: Played 57 plays on defense against San Diego.
Bashaud Breeland, DB, Washington: Five tackles, one tackle for loss, four passes defensed against the New York Giants.
Kourtnei Brown, LB, Tampa Bay: Inactive against Indianapolis.
Crezdon Butler, DB, Detroit: One tackle against Philadelphia.
Jaron Brown, WR, Arizona: Played six plays on offense, 12 plays on special teams against San Francisco.
Martavis Bryant, WR, Pittsburgh: Five catches for 69 yards and a touchdown, one carry for 11 yards against Seattle.
Chandler Catanzaro, PK, Arizona: Two field goals, one extra point against San Francisco.
Kavell Conner, LB, San Diego: Inactive against Jacksonville.
Corey Crawford, Washington: Practice squad.
Andre Ellington, RB, Arizona: Five carries for 24 yards, three catches for 22 yards against San Francisco.
Marcus Gilchrist, SS, New York Jets: Seven tackles, one pass defensed against Miami.
Malliciah Goodman, DE, Atlanta: Inactive against Minnesota.
Chris Hairston, T, San Diego: Played 76 plays on offense, five plays on special teams against Jacksonville.
DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Houston: Four catches for 29 yards against New Orleans.
Adam Humphries, WR, Tampa Bay: Two catches for 20 yards against Indianapolis.
Grady Jarrett, DT, Atlanta: One tackle against Minnesota.
Jarvis Jenkins, DE, Chicago: Two tackles against Green Bay.
Byron Maxwell, CB, Philadelphia: Six tackles against Detroit.
Antoine McClain, T, Arizona: Practice squad.
Jonathan Meeks, Buffalo: Played one play on defense, 19 plays on special teams against Kansas City.
Bradley Pinion, P, San Francisco: Four punts, 41.5-yard average against Arizona.
Coty Sensabaugh, CB, Tennessee: One tackle against Oakland.
Tyler Shatley, G, Jacksonville: Played six plays on special teams against San Diego.
C.J. Spiller, RB, New Orleans: One carry for minus-2 yards, three catches for 8 yards against Houston.
Tony Steward, LB, Buffalo: Played one play on defense, 17 plays on special teams against Kansas City.
Brandon Thomas, T, San Francisco: Inactive against Arizona.
Brandon Thompson, DT, Cincinnati: One tackle against St. Louis.
Sammy Watkins, WR, Buffalo: Six catches for 158 yards and two touchdowns against Kansas City.
Charlie Whitehurst, QB, Indianapolis: Inactive against Tampa Bay.
DeShawn Williams, DL, Cincinnati: Practice squad.

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