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NFL Update: Week Thirteen
Release: 12/03/2012

Veteran long snapper Greg Warren and the Pittsburgh Steelers converted a 42 yard field goal as time expired to give them a 23-20 win over the Ravens. On the day, Pittsburgh converted three field goals and two extra points while averaging 38.5 yards on four punts. This is Warren's eight year snapping in the league, all for Pittsburgh.


Other former Tar Heels in action this weekend include:


Marvin Austin, NY Giants - Austin and the New York Giants will be featured on Monday Night Football as they take on the Washington Redskins.


Connor Barth, Tampa Bay - Barth connected on all three of his field goal attempts, converting from 31, 50, and 55 yards. He ranks second in the NFL with six field goals of at least 50 yards.


Zach Brown, Tennessee - The rookie linebacker made five stops on the afternoon, four of which were unassisted. He now has 70 tackles on the year, third most on the team. Tennessee dropped the contest 24-10.


Bruce Carter, Dallas - The Cowboys placed Carter on injured reserved for the season after an elbow injury he suffered on Thanksgiving. At the point of his injury, he led Dallas in tackles.


Quinton Coples, NY Jets - The Jets' defense held the Cardinals to only six points and 137 yards in a 7-6 victory on Sunday. Coples defended a pass in the win.


Shaun Draughn, Kansas City - Draughn touched the ball on the first play of the game, taking the opening kickoff for a gain of 31 yards. The Chiefs defeated the Panthers 27-21.


Vonnie Holliday, Arizona - Holliday contributed to a Cardinals' defense that held the Jets to seven points. However, the Jets won 7-6.


Greg Little, Cleveland - Little hauled in four passes on five attempts for 48 yards. The Browns defeated the Raiders 20-17.


Michael McAdoo, Baltimore - The Ravens placed McAdoo on injured reserved for the season following Achilles surgery.


Hakeem Nicks, NY Giants - Nicks will join his teammate Marvin Austin and the rest of the Giants on Monday Night Football.


Julius Peppers, Chicago - Peppers registered four tackles and his seventh sack on the season, giving him 107 sacks for his career.


Robert Quinn, St. Louis - The second year defensive end helped hold the San Francisco 49ers to 13 points in a 16-13 overtime victory.


Garrett Reynolds, Atlanta - The Falcons placed Reynolds on injured reserved for the season with a lower back injury. Reynolds started the first six games of the season before gettinghurt.


Jeff Saturday, Green Bay - Saturday helped the Green Bay offense throw for 283 yards and run for an additional 152 in a 23-14 Packers' win.


Da'Norris Searcy, Buffalo - The third year safety made three tackles, two of which went for a loss. He now has 31 stops on the year. The Bills defeated the Jaguars 34-18.


Gerald Sensabaugh, Dallas - Sensabaugh made the third most stops for the Cowboys Sunday night, coming up from the secondary to log six tackles. Dallas defeated Philadelphia 38-33.


Brandon Tate, Cincinnati - The return specialist had three kick returns for 56 yards with a long of 25. He also tallied a punt return for 16 yards.


Ryan Taylor, Green Bay - Taylor continues to be a special teams ace for the Packers, helping hold the Vikings to 54 total return yards on four chances.


Cam Thomas, San Diego - The third year tackle saw time along the defensive line as the Chargers fell to the Bengals 20-13.


Johnny White, Green Bay - White was rendered inactive for the Packers' match-up with the Minnesota Vikings.


TJ Yates, Houston - Yates continued his back-up role to quarterback Matt Schaub. The Texans improved to 11-1 on the year with a 24-10 win over the Titans. 

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