Johnson and the 1-7 Cardinals had week 9 off as they prepare for Dallas next Sunday.
David Macklin, CB, Arizona
Arizona (1-7) had a bye this past week and plays host to the Cowboys in week 10.
John Gilmore, TE, Chicago
Gilmore was held without a catch as the Bears suffered their first loss of the season at home against Miami, 31-13. Chicago is 7-1.
Robbie Gould, K, Chicago
Gould remained perfect on field goals after hitting two attempts from 38 yards in a 31-13 loss to Miami. Gould is 22-22 on field goals for the 7-1 Bears.
Ethan Kilmer, S, Cincinnati
Kilmer recorded a tackle on special teams as the Bengals lost to division rival Baltimore, 26-20, and fell to 4-4.
Tony Stewart, TE, Cincinnati
Stewart had no catches as 4-4 Cincinnati fell 26-20 to Baltimore.
Kenny Watson, RB, Cincinnati
Watson had two tackles on special teams in a 26-20 loss at Baltimore. The Bengals are 4-4 on the season.
Joe Jurevicius, WR, Cleveland
Jurevicius had three catches for 76 yards as the Browns fell to 2-6 with a 32-25 loss to San Diego.
Marco Rivera, G, Dallas
Rivera and the Dallas O-Line plowed the way for 111 yards on 29 carries in a losing effort. The Cowboys lost in a wild final minute, 22-19 at Washington, and fell to 4-4.
Courtney Brown, DE, Denver
Brown will miss the rest of the season after undergoing yet another knee surgery in early October.
Eddie Drummond, WR, Detroit
Drummond had three kick returns for 64 yards and two punt returns for 30 yards as the Lions beat Atlanta 30-14 and improved to 2-6.
Tyoka Jackson, DT, Detroit
Jackson did not register any stats in the Lions' loss to Atlanta.
Kyle Brady, TE, Jacksonville
Brady was held without a catch in a 37-7 demolition of Tennessee. Jacksonville improved to 5-3 with the win.
Tamba Hali, DE, Kansas City
Hali recorded two tackles as the Chiefs beat the Rams 31-17 and improved to 5-3 with their third consecutive win.
Larry Johnson, RB, Kansas City
Johnson continued his magnificent play over the last three weeks with a 27-carry, 172-yard and one-touchdown game. Johnson has rushed for 459 yards in the last three weeks for the 5-3 Chiefs.
Bryan Scott, S, New Orleans
Scott had one tackle and two special team's tackles as the Saints improved to 6-2 with a 31-14 win over Tampa Bay.
LaVar Arrington, LB, New York Giants
Arrington will miss the rest of the 2006 season with an injury.
Kareem McKenzie, T, New York Giants
McKenzie and the Giants' offensive line led the way for 122 yards on 28 carries in a 14-10 win over Houston. New York is 6-2 on the season.
Brandon Short, LB, New York Giants
Short missed the Giants' week 9 game against the Texans, a 14-10 win, with a quad injury. New York is 6-2.
Jeff Hartings, C, Pittsburgh
Hartings did not play due to a knee injury as the defending Super Bowl champion Steelers lost their third game in a row, 31-20 to Denver. The Steelers are 2-6 on the season and are virtually a lock to miss the playoffs.
Jimmy Kennedy, DT, St. Louis
Kennedy recorded foir tackles against the Chiefs but it was not enough as St. Louis fell to Kansas City, 31-17. The Rams are 4-4.
Bhawoh Jue, S, San Diego
Jue had two tackles and a special teams tackle in the Chargers 32-25 win over Cleveland. San Diego upped its record to 6-2, tied for the AFC West lead with Denver.
Anthony Adams, DT, San Francisco
Adams had four tackles and a half sack in the 49ers' 9-3 victory over Minnesota. The win improved the 49ers' record to 3-5.
Michael Robinson, WR/RB, San Francisco
Robinson carried three times for three yards and caught one pass for five yards in a 9-3 win over the Vikings. He also had a tackle on special teams as the 49ers moved to 3-5 on the season.
Bobby Engram, WR, Seattle
Engram is still recovering from a thyroid illness and did not play against the Raiders on Monday night in a 16-0 win for the 5-3 Seahawks.
Alan Zemaitis, CB, Tampa Bay
Zemaitis is still not dressing for the Buccaneers after reportedly struggling to grasp their defensive scheme. Tampa Bay fell to the Saints Sunday, 31-14, and dropped to 2-6.
Kerry Collins, QB, Tennessee
Collins is currently acting as a backup and teaching rookie Vince Young the ropes of the NFL. Tennessee fell to 2-6 after a 37-7 loss to Jacksonville.
Calvin Lowry, S, Tennessee
Lowry recorded no statistics as the Titans fell to 2-6 after a 37-7 loss to Jacksonville.