Bakhtiari and Crosby Continue Sensational 2020 Season
BOULDER- Green Bay Packers' teammates David Bakhtiari and Mason Crosby continue both personal and team success in Week 14 of #NFLBuffs.
Bakhtiari started and played in all 67 offensive snaps in the Packers' 31-24 win at Detroit. Bakhtiari is now the highest graded player at his position in the NFL, per Pro Football Focus.
The Packers improved to 10-3 after the Week 14 victory. They have now clinched their division and are fighting for the best record in the NFC in the final stretch of the regular season.
Crosby connected on his only field goal attempt of the game from 57-yards out. He also made all four of his extra points in the victory
Mason Crosby is a perfect 15-of-15 on FGs this season after his clutch 57-yarder on Sunday! ??
— Green Bay Packers (@packers) December 14, 2020
He is now 15-of-15 from field goals on the season and one of only two kickers to have not missed on the year. He also leads the NFL in extra points made with 47.
Buffs In Action
Arlington Hambright (Chicago) played in six special team snaps in the Bears' 36-7 victory over Houston.
Phillip Lindsay (Denver) carried the ball 11 times for 24 yards in a 32-27 victory over Carolina. He added two receptions for seven yards in the win.
Isaiah Oliver (Atlanta) started his ninth game of the year in a 20-17 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. He totaled five tackles (four solo) in 57 snaps of action on defense.
Laviska Shenault Jr. (Jacksonville) hauled in six receptions for 49 yards in a 31-10 loss to Tennessee. He also carried the ball once for two yards.
Jimmy Smith (Baltimore) had one solo tackle in the Ravens' thrilling 47-42 Monday Night Football win over Cleveland. Smith exited the game with a shoulder injury in the second quarter and did not return.
Ahkello Witherspoon (San Francisco) played in four snaps on defense and 23 on special teams. He recorded a solo tackle on defense.
Chidobe Awuzie (Dallas) did not play after being added to the COVID-19 Reserve List as a high-risk close contract. He is expected to return for Week 15.
Ken Crawley (New Orleans) and Tedric Thompson (Cleveland) were both inactive in Week 14.
Davion Taylor (Philadelphia) was added to the Injured Reserve list after an injury he suffered to his knee in Week 13.
Delrick Abrams Jr. (Atlanta), Tony Brown (Washington), Steven Montez (Washington), Daniel Munyer (Tennessee), and Juwann Winfree (Green Bay) were all on practice squads for Week 14.
Kabion Ento (Green Bay) is on the NFL's Injured Reserve list.
Nate Solder (New York Giants) and Josh Tupou (Cincinnati) both opted out of the 2020 NFL season.