Dec. 4, 2012
Earl Bennett is congratulated after catching a touchdown pass from fellow Commodore Jay Cutler early in the Bears loss to the Seahawks (Nam Y. Huh/Associated Press).
Take a look at former Vanderbilt football players in the National Football League and how they performed during Week 13 of action.
Green Bay 23, Minnesota 14 - NFL.com Recap
The Packers improved to 8-4 and kept their playoff hopes alive with a big 23-14 win over the Vikings.
Casey Hayward started for Green Bay, recording four tackles and a pass defense. The defense came up huge, forcing two interceptions, as the Packers rallied from a 14-10 deficit at the half to win.
Sean Richardson was inactive.
Seattle 23, Chicago 17 (OT) - NFL.com Recap
Things got off to a good start in Chicago, as Jay Cutler hit fellow Commodore Earl Bennett for a 12-yard touchdown on the Bears first drive, but Chicago couldn't hold on and dropped an overtime thriller to the Seahawks, 23-17.
Cutler had a solid afternoon, going 17-26 for 233 yards and two touchdowns (no interceptions). He targeted Bennett twice more during the game, but did not complete another pass to him.
D.J. Moore was inactive for the contest.
Chris Williams was inactive for the Rams, who won in overtime against the 49ers, 16-13.
Tim Fugger remains on the Arizona practice squad.
The Titans still have tight end Brandon Barden on their practice squad.
Thomas Welch was inactive for Buffalo's 34-18 win over Jacksonville.
Week 14 Action
Rams at Bills - Noon, FOX
Titans at Colts - Noon, CBS
Bears at Vikings - Noon, FOX
Eagles at Buccaneers - Noon, FOX
Cardinals at Seahawks - 3:25 p.m., FOX
Lions at Packers - 7:20 p.m., NBC