Dec. 10, 2013
Baltimore Ravens (7-6) DT Chris Canty started and recorded two tackles and defended two passes as the Ravens slid past the Minnesota Vikings, 29-26. OT Eugene Monroe started and helped the offense accumulate 325 total yards.
Cincinnati Bengals (9-4) RB Cedric Peerman played but recorded no stats as the Bengals continued their home winning streak with a victory over the Indianapolis Colts, 42-28.
Houston Texans (2-11) QB Matt Schaub returned to the field, going 17-for-29 for a total of 198 yards and threw one touchdown and one interception as the Texans fell to the Jacksonville Jaguars, 27-20.
Indianapolis Colts (8-5) LB Cam Johnson did not play in the Colts’ loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, 42-28.
Jacksonville Jaguars (4-9) LB LaRoy Reynolds did not play as the Jaguars defeated the Houston Texans, 27-20. Austin Pasztor started and helped the Jaguars amass 281 yards of total offense.
Kansas City Chiefs (10-3) OT Branden Albert did not play as the Chiefs conquered the Washington Redskins, 45-10.
New England Patriots (10-3) LS Danny Aiken snapped on one extra point and two field goals, as the Patriots overcame the Cleveland Browns on a last minute touchdown, 27-26.
New York Jets (6-7) OT D'Brickashaw Ferguson started and helped the offense accumulate 352 total yards, as the Jets beat the Oakland Raiders, 37-27. OT Oday Aboushi did not play.
Pittsburgh Steelers (5-8) TE Heath Miller recorded three receptions for a total gain of 56 yards in the Steelers’ setback to the Miami Dolphins, 34-28.
San Diego Chargers (6-7) TE John Phillips played, but recorded no stats in the Chargers’ 37-14 victory over the New York Giants.
Atlanta Falcons (3-10) FB Jason Snelling had one reception for two yards in the Falcons’ one-point loss to the Green Bay Packers, 22-21.
Chicago Bears (7-6) DT Nate Collins tore his ACL and is out for the rest of season. The Chicago Bears earned a 45-28 triumph over the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Nigh Football.
Detroit Lions (7-6) WR Kevin Ogletree played but recorded no stats in the Lions’ set back to the Philadelphia Eagles, 34-20.
Minnesota Vikings (3-9-1) CB Chris Cook recorded six combined tackles as the Vikings fell to the Baltimore Ravens, 29-26.
St. Louis Rams (5-8) S Rodney McLeod recorded four combined tackles as the Rams fell to the Arizona Cardinals, 30-10. DE Chris Long recorded two tackles. DT Matt Conrath played but recorded no stats against the Cardinals.
San Francisco 49ers (9-4) LB Ahmad Brooks started and recorded five combined tackles and defended one pass as the 49ers snuck past the Seattle Seahawks, 19-17.
Washington Redskins (3-10) CB Chase Minnifield did not play as the Redskins fell to the Kansas City Chiefs, 45-10.
'Hoos Make Themselves at Home in AtlantaMen's Basketball1/19/18Tyson Finds Perfect Fit at UVAWomen's Squash1/18/18No. 3 Cavaliers Keep Rolling at JPJMen's Basketball1/15/18
Director of News Content
Virginia Announces 2018 Football Schedule
Football | 1/17/2018
The Atlantic Coast Conference has released the 2018 football schedules for its member...
Griswold Named Dir. of FB Development & Performance
Football | 1/9/2018
Virginia head football coach Bronco Mendenhall announced today (Jan. 9) that Shawn Griswold has...
Jeff White: Brumfield Eager to Get Started at UVA
Football | 1/3/2018
Ricky Brumfield will join head coach Bronco Mendenhall's staff at UVA next week as special teams ...
Ricky Brumfield Named Assistant Football Coach
Football | 12/30/2017
Virginia head football coach Bronco Mendenhall announced today (Dec. 30) the hiring of Ricky...
Jeff White: 'Hoos Head Into Offseason On Humbling Note
Football | 12/29/2017
In its first postseason appearance in six years, Virginia lost 49-7 to Navy in the Military Bowl ...
UVA Falls in the Military Bowl at Navy, 49-7
Football | 12/28/2017
Joe Reed returned the game's opening kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown. It was the fifth-longest...
Jeff White: New Chapter Awaits 'Hoos in Annapolis
Football | 12/27/2017
A victory Thursday over Navy (6-6) in the Military Bowl in Annapolis, Md., would give Virginia (6...
Jeff White: Harrison Proud of Cavaliers' Progress
Football | 12/24/2017
Former UVA standout Chris Harrison is on the board of directors of the Military Bowl, in which...
- Online Stores