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Iowans in the NFL Week 15: Prater Gets First INT

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    Iowa natives and former Iowa collegians who contributed statistically in NFL games Sunday:

    IOWA
    Jonathan Babineaux, DT, Atlanta Falcons Recovered two fumbles and had one tackle in a 27-26 win over Washington.
    Scott Chandler, TE, Buffalo Bills Had five catches for 54 yards in a 27-20 win over Jacksonville.
    Micah Hyde, CB, Green Bay Packers Had six tackles and one punt return for 26 yards in a 37-36 win over Dallas.
    Mike Daniels, DE, Green Bay Packers Had two tackles and one sack in a 37-36 win over Dallas.
    Colin Cole, DT, Carolina Panthers Had two tackles in a 30-20 win over the New York Jets.
    Chad Greenway, LB, Minnesota Vikings Had five tackles in a 48-30 win over Philadelphia.
    Brandon Myers, TE, New York Giants Had three catches for 37 yards in a 23-0 loss to Seattle.
    Bradley Fletcher, CB, Philadelphia Eagles Had seven tackles in a 48-30 loss to Minnesota.
    Shaun Prater, CB, Minnesota Vikings Had one pass defensed in a 48-30 win over Philadelphia.
    Adrian Clayborn, DE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Had two tackles and one sack in a 33-14 loss to San Francisco.
    Karl Klug, DT, Tennessee Titans Had one pass defensed in a 37-34 overtime loss to Arizona.
    Shonn Greene, RB, Tennessee Titans Had three carries for four yards in a 37-34 overtime loss to Arizona.
    IOWA STATE
    Ahtyba Rubin, DT, Cleveland Browns Had one tackle in a 38-31 loss to Chicago.
    Leonard Johnson, CB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Had two tackles in a 33-14 loss to San Francisco.
    OTHERS
    Fred Jackson, RB, Buffalo Bills Former Coe running back had 17 carries for 80 yards and one catch for eight yards in a 27-26 loss to Jacksonville.
    Billy Cundiff, K, Cleveland Browns Former Drake kicker made a 35-yard field goal and went 4-for-4 on extra points in a 38-31 loss to Chicago.