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#ProDawgs Week 17: Littleton Scores

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Cory Littleton had a pick-six for his first-ever touchdown to highlight the final week of the regular season. Which ex-Huskies are on postseason rosters?

NFL: San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams
Cory Littleton got to show off his offensive skills on a pair of interception returns, one for a TD.
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Cory Littleton had a huge game in the season finale for the Rams, recording four tackles, two interceptions, and his first-ever touchdown in 16 years of playing football.

Marcus Peters had a pair of tackles in the Rams’ win over San Francisco.

Budda Baker had a strong game with 12 tackles in an emotional return to Seattle for the first time since his brother Robert died as the Cardinals lost narrowly to the Seahawks.

Danny Shelton was active for the second week in a row, recording a tackle in the Patriots’ rout over the Jets.

Desmond Trufant had a pair of tackles but was also burned by Mike Evans for a TD in Atlanta’s close win at Tampa Bay.

Vita Vea had 4 tackles in Tampa Bay’s loss. 16 of his 28 tackles this season came during the final three weeks.

Mason Foster had 10 tackles for Washington, one of very few bright spots as the Redskins got run over by Philadelphia.

John Ross caught a pass for just one yard in Cincinnati’s loss to Pittsburgh.

Senio Kelemete returned to the starting lineup for the Texans at left guard after recovering from an elbow injury in their easy win over Jacksonville.

Sidney Jones missed the Eagles’ playoff-clinching win over Washington, and is doubtful for their wild-card game at Chicago.

Jermaine Kearse missed the final game for the Jets with an Achilles injury.

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Senio Kelemete should start at left guard for the AFC 3-seed Texans, who host rival Indianapolis Saturday afternoon.

Sidney Jones is potentially available but somewhat unlikely to make their wildcard game for #6 Philadelphia at #3 Chicago on Sunday afternoon.

Cory Littleton (Rams), Marcus Peters (Rams), and Danny Shelton (Patriots) are into the divisional round with first-round byes.