Here is a list of how NFL players with Utah ties played in the final week of the regular season.

Matt Asiata, Minnesota Vikings

Position: Running back

College: Snow College/Utah

High school: Hunter

Asiata finished the season with three carries for nine yards, one reception for two yards, and four special teams tackles.

Zane Beadles, Denver Broncos

Position: Offensive line

College: Utah

High school: Hillcrest

Beadles played and started in every game for the Broncos at left guard. He played an integral role in helping the Broncos earn the No. 1 seed in the AFC for the postseason.

Tony Bergstrom, Oakland Raiders

Position: Offensive line

College: Utah

High school: Skyline

Bergstrom backed up the left guard position throughout the season for the struggling Raiders.

Stewart Bradley, Arizona Cardinals

Position: Linebacker

College: Nebraska

High school: Highland

Bradley had 11 total tackles on the season, playing primarily on special teams and in a backup linebacker role.

Brandon Burton, Minnesota Vikings

Position: Cornerback

College: Utah

Burton played in four games this season for the Vikings and didn't record a stat.

Jarrett Bush, Green Bay Packers

Position: Cornerback

College: Utah State

Bush played backup corner for the Packers and played in all 16 games. He finished the year with 16 total tackles and a fumble recovery.

John Chick, Jacksonville Jaguars

Position: Defensive End

College: Utah State

Chick played in just eight games this season due to injury and finished with two tackles.

John Denney, Miami Dolphins

Position: Long Snapper

College: BYU

Denney did all the long-snapping for the Dolphins this season.

Jordan Gross, Carolina Panthers

Position: Offensive Tackle

College: Utah

Gross once again starred at left tackle for the struggling Panthers.

Stanley Havili, Philadelphia Eagles

Position: Running Back

College: USC

High School: Cottonwood

Havili played in 14 games for the Eagles and had six rushes for 22 yards and seven receptions for 43 yards.

Robert Johnson, Tennessee Titans

Position: Safety

College: Utah

Johnson played in 12 games and started in three of them for the Titans. He finished 2012 with 19 tackles and an interception.

Bryan Kehl, Washington Redskins

Position: Defensive End

College: BYU, Snow College

Kehl played in five games for the Redskins and had six tackles, playing primarily on special teams.

Brett Keisel, Pittsburgh Steelers

Position: Defensive End

College: BYU, Snow College

Keisel started all 16 games at defensive end and finished the year with 46 tackles and 4.5 sacks.

Maake Kemoeatu, Baltimore Ravens

Position: Defensive Tackle

College: Utah

Kemoeatu started at nose tackle and had 29 tackles, a sack and a forced fumble for the Ravens in 2012.

Paul Kruger, Baltimore Ravens

Position: Linebacker

College: Utah

High School: Timpanogos

Kruger had a solid year for the Ravens and finished with nine sacks and 30 tackles playing primarily at outside linebacker.

Curtis Marsh, Philadelphia Eagles

Position: Cornerback

College: Utah State

Marsh had 12 tackles in 2012 playing backup corner and on special teams.

Brice McCain, Houston Texans

Position: Cornerback

College: Utah

McCain ended the season on injured reserve, but did play 12 games for the Texans as their nickelback. He finished with 24 tackles and an interception.

Pat McQuistan, Arizona Cardinals

Position: Offensive Lineman

College: Weber State

McQuistan backed up the right tackle position throughout the season for the Cardinals.

Paul McQuistan, Seattle Seahawks

Position: Offensive Lineman

College: Weber State

McQuistan started at right guard and played a big role in helping the Seahawks earn a playoff spot.

Koa Misi, Miami Dolphins

Position: Linebacker

College: Utah

Misi played in 14 games and ended the season with 65 tackles and three forced fumbles.

Haloti Ngata, Baltimore Ravens

Position: Defensive Tackle

College: Oregon

High School: Highland

Ngata battled through injuries all year, but still finished with 51 tackles and five sacks.

Stephen Paea, Chicago Bears

Position: Defensive Tackle

College: Oregon St, Snow College

High School: Timpview

Paea started at nose tackle for the Bears in 15 of their 16 games and finished the year with 24 tackles and 2.5 sacks.

Donald Penn, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Position: Offensive Tackle

College: Utah State

Penn started at left tackle for the improving Buccaneers this season.

Dennis Pitta, Baltimore Ravens

Position: Tight end

College: BYU

Pitta had a breakthrough year for the Ravens and finished tied for second in total receptions on the team with 61 for 669 yards and seven touchdowns.

Brady Poppinga, Dallas Cowboys

Position: Linebacker

College: BYU

Poppinga was a late roster addition for the Cowboys and played in four games in a backup role. He finished with 12 total tackles.

Sione Pouha, New York Jets

Position: Defensive tackle

College: Utah

High school: East

Pouha played in 12 games and finished the year with 29 tackles and a sack.

Dallas Reynolds, Philadelphia Eagles

Position: Offensive guard

College: Utah

High School: Timpview

Reynolds started most of the season at center for the Eagles.

Caleb Schlauderaff, New York Jets

Position: Offensive line

College: Utah

Schlauderaff backed up the center position for the Jets.

Derrick Shelby, Miami Dolphins

Position: Defensive end

College: Utah

Shelby played in all 16 games and finished the year with eight tackles.

Sealver Siliga, Denver Broncos

Position: Defensive line

College: Utah

High School: Copper Hills

Siliga played in one game and recorded one tackle.

Alex Smith, San Francisco 49ers

Position: Quarterback

College: Utah

Smith started the first 10 games of the year before being pulled in favor of Colin Kaepernick. He finished the year with 1,737 yards passing, 13 touchdowns and just five interceptions on a 59.3 percent completion percentage.

Michael Smith, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Position: Running Back

College: Utah State

Smith played in just one game and had three kickoff returns for a combined 55 yards.

Sean Smith, Miami Dolphins

Position: Cornerback

College: Utah

Smith started throughout the year and finished with 59 tackles, three forced fumbles and two interceptions.

Steve Smith, Carolina Panthers

Position: Wide receiver

College: Utah

Smith led his team in receptions with 73 for 1,174 yards and four touchdowns.

Paul Soliai, Miami Dolphins

Position: Defensive Tackle

College: Utah

Soliai played in all 16 games and had 29 tackles and 1.5 sacks.

RJ Stanford, Miami Dolphins

Position: Cornerback

College: Utah

Stanford played in all 16 games and finished with 21 tackles.

Stevenson Sylvester, Pittsburgh Steelers

Position: Linebacker

College: Utah

Sylvester played in 10 games and had a single tackle.

Tim Toone, Atlanta Falcons

Position: Wide Receiver

College: Weber State

Toone was a late roster addition and finished the year without recording a stat.

Will Tukuafu, San Francisco 49ers

Position: Defensive tackle

College: Oregon

High School: East

Tukuafu played in 14 games and recorded seven tackles on the year. He was also used at fullback during short-yardage situations.

Robert Turbin, Seattle Seahawks

Position: Running Back

College: Utah State

Turbin was the backup running back and finished the year with 80 carries for 354 yards and 19 receptions for 181 yards.

Bobby Wagner, Seattle Seahawks

Position: Linebacker

College: Utah State

Wagner led his team in tackles with 140 in a highly successful rookie year. He also had two sacks and three interceptions on the year.

Eric Weddle, San Diego Chargers

Position: Safety

College: Utah

Weddle led his team with 97 total tackles on the year. He also had five interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown and forced two fumbles.