Jamaal Anderson, DE, Indianapolis
The Colts play at Tampa Bay tonight.
Detroit cornerback Chris Houston intercepted a Tony Romo pass, returned it 56 yards for a TD and danced in the end zone as the Lions rolled to an amazing comeback victory over the Dallas Cowboys.
Nate Garner, OL, Miami
Played off the bench in the Dolphins’ 26-16 loss at San Diego on Sunday.
Brett Goode, LS, Green Bay
Played in the Packers’ 49-23 victory over visiting Denver on Sunday.
Peyton Hillis, RB, Cleveland
Returned to action after missing Browns’ previous game because of strep throat, and had 10 carries for 46 yards and 5 catches for 23 yards in a 31-13 loss to visiting Tennessee. All but two of Hillis’ carries came in the first half. Was the target of a Colt McCoy pass that former Southern Arkansas Mulerider Jordan Babineaux intercepted and returned 97 yards for a TD late in the third quarter. Hillis has rushed for 197 yards and two touchdowns this season, averaging 3.6 yards per carry.
Chris Houston, CB, Detroit
Started at left cornerback and returned an interception 56 yards for a touchdown in the visiting Lions’ 34-30 comeback victory over Dallas. That play helped the Lions overcome a 24-point deficit and tie the NFL record for greatest road comeback. On a third-and-2 play in the third quarter, Houston intercepted Tony Romo’s pass intended for Laurent Robinson, got a couple of blocks along the Cowboys’ sideline and sprinted into the end zone to pull the Lions within 27-17. The interception return for a TD was the second of the day for the Lions. Houston also had six tackles, including five solo and one for a loss, and one pass defensed. Houston has three interceptions this season, raising his career total to seven in five seasons with Detroit and Atlanta.
Felix Jones, RB, Dallas
Started at running back and had 16 carries for 57 yards, including a 19-yard run, and caught five passes for 19 yards in the host Cowboys’ 34-30 loss to Detroit. Has rushed for 241 yards and a touchdown this season, matching his 2010 yards-per-carry average of 4.3 yards.
DeMarcus Love, OT, Minnesota[/tag]
Was not active for the Vikings’ 22-17 loss to host Kansas City.
Ryan Mallett, QB, New England
Was not active for the Patriots’ 31-19 victory at Oakland.
Darren McFadden, RB, Oakland
Started at running back and had 14 carries for 75 yards and caught six passes for 48 yards in the Raiders’ 31-19 loss to visiting New England. McFadden has rushed for 468 yards and three touchdowns, averaging 6.2 yards per carry, this season.
Jason Peters, OT, Philadelphia
Started at left tackle in the Eagles’ 24-23 loss to visiting San Francisco. Peters limped off the field late in the fourth quarter with a hamstring strain.
Mitch Petrus, OG, N.Y. Giants
Was not active in the Giants’ 31-27 victory at Arizona.
Malcolm Sheppard, DL, Tennessee
Was not active in the Titans’ 31-13 victory over host Cleveland.
Bobbie Williams, OG, Cincinnati
Williams, the expected starter at right guard, served the final game of a four-game suspension for violating the league’s policy on performance enhancing substances.
D.J. Williams, TE, Green Bay
Had one tackle on special teams in the Packers’ 49-23 victory over visiting Denver.
George Wilson, FS, Buffalo
Started at strong safety and had an interception in the Bills’ 23-20 loss at Cincinnati. He intercepted an Andy Dalton pass intended for Andre Caldwell at the Buffalo 19 and returned it 5 yards in the second quarter. Bills then drove 76 yards in five plays and scored on Fred Jackson’s 2-yard run for a 17-3 lead with 40 seconds left in the first half. Wilson finished with 12 tackles, including eight solo, and one pass defensed. He has two interceptions this season, raising his career total to 10 since joining the Bills in 2005.
Practice squad players
Ray Dominguez, OT, Green Bay
Jose Valdez, OL, Atlanta