Quarterback Baker Mayfield was traded from Cleveland when the Browns decided to bring Deshaun Watson in the offseason. But while Mayfield left the AFC North, the former No. 1 draft pick couldn’t get rid of Marlon Humphrey.
The Baltimore Ravens cornerback had two interceptions against Mayfield when they were divisional rivals.
Mayfield came to Baltimore with the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, and Humphrey picked him out again in the Ravens’ 13-3 win.
The interception was Humphrey’s second snack of the fourth quarter.
While Baltimore led 6-3, the former Hoover High School star recovered 8-14 after a fumble at Carolina’s 31-yard line, and the Ravens scored the only touchdown of the game three snaps later.
Humphrey got his third interception of the season and the 11th of his career at the Panthers’ 41-yard line with 3:28 left.
Humphrey also made two tackles in the game as Baltimore limited Carolina to 205 yards for their fourth straight win.
Humphrey was among 40 former Alabama players who took to the field on the 11th Sunday of the NFL’s 103rd season.
Four other former Alabama players were involved in the Carolina-Baltimore game:
· Ravens cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis (St. Paul’s Episcopal) was reported as inactive on the game day. Armour-Davis did not train on Thursday and Friday due to a hip injury.
· Bradley Bozeman (Handley) started center for the Panthers.
· Panthers guard Deonte Brown (Austin) is on the practice team and not eligible to play.
· Kenyan Drake started running back for the Ravens. Drake rushed for 46 yards with 10 carries and caught two passes for 7 yards. He had a 29-yard run to the Carolina 2-yard line to set up Baltimore’s only touchdown of the game.
In the other Sunday games:
Atlanta Falcons 27 Chicago Bears 24
· Rashaan Evans (Auburn High) started as an inside linebacker for the Falcons. Evans led Atlanta with 11 tackles. He’s tied for the NFL lead this season with seven games of 10 or more tackles.
· Eddie Jackson started safe for the bears. Jackson made seven tackles and broke up a pass.
· Bears offensive lineman Alex Leatherwood was called game day inactive.
Buffalo Bill’s 31, Cleveland Brown’s 23
· Amari Cooper started at wide receiver for the Browns. Cooper caught eight passes for 113 yards and two touchdowns. Cooper scored the first points of the game on a 25-yard reception with 9:02 in the first quarter and came in the end zone again on a 7-yard reception with 4:11 left. Cooper has 29 regular season games with at least 100 receiving yards and seven with at least two touchdown receptions.
· Browns running back Jerome Ford returned two kickoffs for 49 yards.
· Browns tight end Miller Forristall is on the practice team and not eligible to play.
· Browns safety Ronnie Harrison made a tackle.
· Jedrick Wills Jr. started in left offensive tackle for the Browns.
Washington Commanders 23, Houston Texans 10
· Jonathan Allen started for the commanders in defensive tackle. Allen made three tackles, recorded two sacks, had three tackles for loss and recorded four quarterback hits. The sixth two-sack game of Allen’s career took his total to 6.5 sacks from 2022.
· Christian Harris started out as a linebacker for the Texans. Harris made five tackles.
Texans tight end OJ Howard (Autauga Academy) caught a 9-yard pass.
· Commander’s defensive tackle Phidarian Mathis is on injured reserve and ineligible to play.
· Texas wide receiver John Metchie III is on reserve/not football injured and ineligible to play.
· Daron Payne (Shades Valley) started defensive tackle for the commanders. Payne made three tackles, recorded a sack, recorded a tackle for loss and called off a pass.
· Brian Robinson Jr. (Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa) started running back for the Commanders. Robinson rushed for 57 yards on 15 carries.
· Commanders wide receiver Cam Sims caught a 17-yard pass.
Philadelphia Eagles 17, Indianapolis Colts 16
Colts cornerback Tony Brown played but didn’t record stats.
· Landon Dickerson started at left for the Eagles.
· Jalen Hurts started at cornerback for the Eagles. Hurts completed 18 of 25 passes for 190 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions, and rushed for 86 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries. Both of Hurts’ touchdowns came in the fourth quarter as Philadelphia rallied to win. Hurts threw a 22-yard TD pass as the Eagles cut the Colts’ 13:31 lead to 13:10, and he ran 7 yards for a touchdown with 1:20 remaining. Hurts also lost a fumble in the game.
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· Eagles cornerback Josh Jobe was called game day inactive.
· Ryan Kelly started at center for the Colts.
· DeVonta Smith started at wide receiver for the Eagles. Smith caught six passes for 78 yards.
New England Patriots 10, New York Jets 3
· Patriots defensive tackle Christian Barmore is on injured reserve and ineligible to play.
· Damien Harris started as a running back for the Patriots. Harris ran for 65 yards on eight carries and caught two passes for 28 yards.
· Patriots linebacker Anfernee Jennings (Dadeville) made a tackle.
· Mac Jones started as a cornerback for the Patriots. Jones completed 23 of 27 passes for 246 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions. Jones became the 65th player in NFL history to rush for 246 or more yards and complete at least 85 percent of his passes, and the third of those players to reach those numbers without throwing for a touchdown. Jones is the first with those numbers whose offense didn’t reach the end zone. The Patriots’ touchdown came after an 84-yard punt return by rookie cornerback and former Enterprise High School star Marcus Jones with five seconds remaining.
· Jets safety Jared Mayden is a member of the practice team and not eligible to play.
· CJ Mosley (Theodore) started out as a linebacker for the Jets. Mosley led New York with nine tackles and registered one tackle for loss.
· Patriots defensive end LaBryan Ray (James Clemens) is on practice team injured reserve and ineligible to play.
· Quinnen Williams (Wenonah) started defensive tackle for the Jets. Williams made five tackles and recorded a sack. Williams has recorded a sack in three straight games to reach eight for the season.
· Patriots linebacker Mack Wilson (Carver-Montgomery) made two tackles and shared a sack.
New Orleans Saints 27, Los Angeles Ram 20
· Saints running back Derrick Gore is on the practice team and not eligible to play.
· Saints running back Mark Ingram was named game day inactive. A knee injury sidelined Ingram for the third game in a row.
· Terrell Lewis started as a linebacker for the Rams. Lewis didn’t record any stats.
· A’Shawn Robinson started on the defensive end for the Rams. Robinson made three tackles before leaving the game with a knee injury.
Detroit Lions 31, New York Giants 18
· Isaiah Buggs started defensive tackle for the Lions. Buggs made two tackles and registered a quarterback hit.
· Giants safety Landon Collins is on the practice team and not eligible to play.
· Giants wide receiver Robert Foster is on the practice team and not eligible to play.
· Giants safety Xavier McKinney is on reserve/not football injured and ineligible to play.
· Evan Neal was flagged as inactive on a match day. A knee injury sidelined Neal for the second game in a row.
· Lions center Ross Pierschbacher is in the training squad and not eligible to play.
· Giants cornerback Aaron Robinson is on injured reserve and ineligible to play.
· Lions cornerback Saivion Smith is on practice team injured reserve and ineligible to play.
· Lions wide receiver Jameson Williams is on reserve/not football injured and ineligible to play.
Las Vegas Raiders 22, Denver Broncos 16 (OT)
· Broncos linebacker Christopher Allen is on injured reserve and ineligible to play.
· Raiders cornerback Anthony Averett played but didn’t record any stats.
· Raiders guard Lester Cotton (Central-Tuscaloosa) played but didn’t record any stats.
· Kareem Jackson started with strong safety for the Broncos. Jackson made two tackles.
· Josh Jacobs started running back for the Raiders. Jacobs rushed for 109 yards with 24 carries and caught three passes for 51 yards. The longest reception of Jacob’s career put Las Vegas on Denver’s 7-yard line with 32 seconds to play in the fourth quarter after a 43-yard gain. The Raiders kicked a field goal with 16 seconds left to send the game into overtime.
· Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy was listed as inactive on game day. Jeudy did not train last week due to an ankle injury.
· Raiders linebacker Reggie Ragland (Bob Jones, Alabama) is on the practice team and not eligible to play.
· Patrick Surtain II started at left cornerback for the Broncos. Surtain made two tackles.
Dallas Cowboys 40, Minnesota Vikings 3
· Trevon Diggs started at cornerback for the Cowboys. Diggs made three tackles and broke up a pass.
· Vikings tight end Irv Smith Jr. is on injured reserve and ineligible to play.
· Vikings defensive end Dalvin Tomlinson was named Game Day inactive. A calf injury kept Tomlinson off the field for the third straight game.
Cincinnati Bengals 37 Pittsburgh Steelers 30
· Minkah Fitzpatrick started at clear safety for the Steelers eight days after his appendix was removed. Fitzpatrick made three tackles and broke up a pass.
· Najee Harris started running back for the Steelers. Harris rushed for 90 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries and caught four passes for 26 yards. Harris ran for two touchdowns in a game for the first time in his career when he hit in the first half on a 19-yard carry with 12:58 to make it 10-10 and on a 1-yard run with 45 seconds to play.
· Steelers center JC Hassenauer took over after starter Mason Cole suffered a foot injury.
· Levi Wallace started at left cornerback for the Steelers. Wallace made four tackles, intercepting one pass and disrupting another. Wallace intercepted Cincinnati quarterback Joe Burrow at the Pittsburgh 41-yard line with 31 seconds left in the first half and had a 3-yard return to start a field goal drive that left Pittsburgh 20th at halftime : 17 in the lead. Wallace has three interceptions in four games and nine in his career.
· Jonah Williams started in left offensive tackle for the Bengals.
Kansas City Chiefs 30, Los Angeles Chargers 27
· Chargers punter JK Scott averaged 49.0 yards on three punts with a net of 46.7 yards. Scott had a 46-yard punt that returned 5 yards to the Kansas City 21-yard line, a 49-yarder that returned 2 yards to the Kansas City 33, and a 52-yarder that landed on the Kansas City 14 .
Week 11 began Thursday night when the Tennessee Titans defeated the Green Bay Packers 27-17. Titans running back Derrick Henry ran for a touchdown and threw for another.
Week 11 concludes Monday when the San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals meet at 7:15 p.m. CDT at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. ESPN and ESPN Deportes will televise the game.
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Mark Inabinett is a sports reporter for the Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter at @AMarkG1.