Here is a look at how former University of Alabama players in the National Football League performed in Week Six:

Jonathan Allen, Washington Redskins defensive tackle, had two quarterback hurries vs. San Francisco

Ryan Anderson, Washington Redskins linebacker, played vs. San Francisco

Mark Barron, Los Angeles Rams linebacker, made 7 tackles with a sack and a tackle for loss and had a quarterback hurry vs. Jacksonville

James Carpenter, New York Jets guard, started vs. New England

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Green Bay Packers safety, made 4 tackles and defended a pass vs. Minnesota

Landon Collins, New York Giants safety, intercepted a pass and had a quarterback hurry vs. Denver

Amari Cooper, Oakland Raiders receiver, caught 5 passes for 28 yards vs. Los Angeles Chargers

Marcell Dareus, Buffalo Bills defensive tackle, did not play (bye)

Quinton Dial, Green Bay Packers defensive lineman, made 2 tackles vs. Minnesota

Gehrig Dieter, Kansas City Chiefs receiver, did not play (practice squad)

Kenyan Drake, Miami Dolphins running back, returned 2 kickoffs for 35 yards vs. Atlanta

D.J. Fluker, New York Giants guard, started vs. Denver

Reuben Foster, San Francisco 49ers linebacker, did not play (inactive)

Jalston Fowler, Tennessee Titans fullback, played vs. Indianapolis

Brandon Greene, Chicago Bears offensive lineman, did not play (practice squad)

Derrick Henry, Tennessee Titans running back, ran for 131 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries and caught a pass for 14 yards vs. Indianapolis

Dont’a Hightower, New England Patriots linebacker, 7 tackles with a sack, a tackle for loss and 2 quarterback hurries vs. Cleveland

O.J. Howard, Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end, caught a pass for 18 yards vs. Arizona

Marlon Humphrey, Baltimore Ravens cornerback, made a tackle vs. Chicago

Mark Ingram, New Orleans Saints running back, rushed for 114 yards and 2 touchdowns on 25 carries and caught 5 passes for 36 yards vs. Detroits

Eddie Jackson, Chicago Bears defensive back, made 6 tackles and defended a pass vs. Baltimore

Kareem Jackson, Houston Texans cornerback, made 5 tackles and defended a pass vs. Cleveland

Cyrus Jones, New England Patriots cornerback, did not play (reserve/injured)

Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons receiver, caught 6 passes for 72 yards vs. Miami

Ryan Kelly, Indianapolis Colts center, started vs. Tennessee

Dre Kirkpatrick, Cincinnati Bengals cornerback, did not play (bye)

Arie Kouandjio, Baltimore Ravens guard, did not play (practice squad)

Eddie Lacy, Seattle Seahawks running back, did not play (bye)

AJ McCarron, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback, did not play (bye)

C.J. Mosley, Baltimore Ravens linebacker, made 11 tackles with a tackle for loss vs. Chicago

Kevin Norwood, New York Giants receiver, did not play (reserve/injured)

Reggie Ragland, Kansas City Chiefs linebacker, made 4 tackles vs. Pittsburgh

Jarran Reed, Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle, did not play (bye)

A’Shawn Robinson, Detroit Lions defensive tackle, intercepted a pass which he returned for a touchdown, made 7 tackles and defended 2 passes vs. New Orleans

Cam Robinson, Jacksonville Jaguars tackle, started vs. Los Angeles Rams

Andre Smith, Cincinnati Bengals tackle, did not play (bye)

Damion Square, Los Angles Chargers defensive tackle, played vs. Oakland

Anthony Steen, Miami Dolphins guard, started vs. Atlanta

ArDarius Stewart, New York Jets receiver, rushed for 6 yards on 1 carries, caught 1 pass for 2 yards and returned 3 kickoffs for 53 yards vs. New England

Ed Stinson, New York Jets defensive lineman, played vs. New England

Bradley Sylve, New Orleans Saints defensive back, did not play (practice squad)

Carson Tinker, Jacksonville Jaguars long snapper, did not play (reserve/injured)

Dalvin Tomlinson, New York Giants defensive tackle, made a tackle vs. Denver

Courtney Upshaw, Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle, did not play (inactive)

Chance Warmack, Philadelphia Eagles guard, played vs. Carolina

Tim Williams, Baltimore Ravens linebacker, did not play (inactive)

T.J. Yeldon, Jacksonville Jaguars running back, did not play (inactive)