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    With Green Bay finally losing and Indianapolis finally winning, Week 15 was a wild one in the NFL. It was a busy week for former Notre Dame players too. Here's a look at how they performed:

    Darrin Walls ('10) had one tackle and one pass deflection in Atlanta's 41-14 win over Jacksonville on Thursday night.

    In other defensive news, New York's Justin Tuck ('05) had seven tackles, including four solo tackles, but the Giants lost to Washington, 23-10.

    New England ended Denver's six-game winning streak, 41-23. Sergio Brown ('10) made six tackles, including five solo stops. Former secondary teammate Kyle McCarthy ('09) had two tackles for the Broncos.

    Maurice Stovall ('06) made two special teams tackles for Detroit in a 28-27 win over Oakland.

    Philadelphia defeated New York, 45-19. Derek Landri ('06) registered two tackles for the Eagles.

    Tom Zbikowski ('07) had one tackle for Baltimore in a 34-14 loss at San Diego.

    Seattle kept its slim playoff hopes alive with a 38-14 win in Chicago. Golden Tate caught four passes for 61 yards and carried the ball once for two yards.

    Anthony Fasano ('06) made two receptions for 28 yards, including a 22-yard touchdown early in the second quarter of Miami's 30-23 win in Buffalo.

    Ryan Grant ('05) had 12 rushes for 66 yards and three catches for 35 yards, but the Packers' run of perfection ended in Kansas City, 19-14. It was the team's first loss in 364 days.

    Kyle Rudolph had two catches for 15 yards in Minnesota's 42-20 loss against New Orleans.

    San Francisco hosts Pittsburgh in tonight's Monday Night Football contest.

    - Josh Flynt ('11)

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