#ProHogs Report: Week 11
Despite battling injury for much of the week, former Arkansas running back Darren McFadden highlighted the day for #ProHogs once again.
In his fourth straight start, McFadden ran for 129 yards on 29 carries in Dallas’ 24-14 win over Miami, eclipsing the 100-yard mark for the third time in the past five games. It was the second time this season that he carried the ball 29 times – the second most of his career.
Since taking over as the team’s lead back, McFadden has amassed 494 yards on 122 carries and caught 15 passes for 110 yards.
Elsewhere Around The League
Detroit offensive lineman Travis Swanson started at center in the Lions’ 18-13 win over Oakland. Swanson has started all 10 games this season.
After missing the past two weeks with a back injury, Jason Peters returned to Philadelphia’s starting lineup at left tackle, but the Eagles fell 45-17 to Tampa Bay.
San Diego wide receiver Javontee Herndon had five catches for 37 yards in his second career game. The Chargers suffered a 33-3 setback to Kansas City.
Green Bay’s Brett Goode was the long snapper on all 10 of the Packers’ kicks in the 30-13 win at Minnesota. The Packers were 5-of-5 on field goals, 2-of-2 on extra points and punted four times. For the Vikings, wide receiver Jarius Wright hauled in four passes for 50 yards.
Seattle’s Alvin Bailey participated on the offensive line in the Seahawk’s 29-13 victory over San Francisco.
Chris Smith (Jacksonville) and Knile Davis (Kansas City) were inactive.
Monday Night Football will feature a battle of #ProHogs. Tight end Chris Gragg will line up for the Buffalo Bills against defense end Trey Flowers of the New England Patriots.