Here is how every #ProHog fared in Week 10 of the NFL regular season.
Smith had one of his better games since joining the Cincinnati Bengals, recording two solo tackles, both for loss, one sack for 11 yards and one quarterback hit.
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Spaight finished with seven tackles Sunday, including one for a loss. He ranks third on the team in total tackles with 36, including a team-high six on special teams. He has four games this season with seven or more stops, including two in the last three games.
Caught one pass for seven yards and a touchdown. It is his second touchdown of the season and the 10th of his career. He has eight receptions for 100 yards this season. Eight of those have gone for a first down, while two were for touchdowns. Wright ranks third among Viking receivers with a 12.5 yards per catch average.
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Swanson played all 52 snaps at center, providing time for Detroit’s quarterback Matthew Stafford to toss 249 yards and three touchdowns. Also, he opened up lanes for the rushing game to amass 104 yards on 19 carries
Hauled in one reception for two yards.
Derby ranks tied for 17th among tight ends with two touchdowns and 28th with 224 yards and 19 receptions.
Had one tackle against Denver to go along with one quarterback hit. It brought his total hits to 14 this season, to lead New England. Fellow #ProHog Trey Flowers ranks second on the team with 13 quarterback hits.
Despite tallying just one tackle Sunday against the Broncos, Flowers still ranks third on the team in tackles with 38. He still ranks as one of the top defensive linemen in the league, ranking sixth in total tackles (37), including a team-high 3.5 sacks.
Recorded two tackles over the weekend, including two quarterback hits, bringing his season total to six hits and 19 tackles.
Had a quiet weekend, pulling in just one catch for seven yards.
Recorded one tackle to bring his season total to eight.
Received his first playing time this season, rushing for -2 yards on one carry.
Robert Thomas and Jeremy Sprinkle received playing time but did not record any stats, while Brandon Allen was not active.
Two active #ProHogs with a week off included Baltimore’s Ryan Mallett and Alex Collins.
|Ryan Mallett (QB)||Baltimore Ravens||9-16, 56 yards, 2 TD|
|Alex Collins (RB)||Baltimore Ravens||113 carries, 570 yards, 1 TD|
|Chris Smith (DL)||Cincinnati Bengals||19 tackles (14 solo, 5 ast), 2.5 sacks (31.5 yards), 4 tackles for loss, 1 forced fumble, 8 quarterback hits|
|Jeremiah Ledbetter (DL)||Detroit Lions||9 tackles (4 solo, 5 ast), 0.5 sacks, 2 quarterback hits|
|Hunter Henry (TE)||Los Angeles Chargers||26 receptions, 344 yards, 2 TD|
|Darius Philon (DL)||Los Angeles Chargers||20 tackles (12 solo, 8 ast), 5 tackles for loss, 3 sacks (20 yards), 6 quarterback hits, 1 pass deflection|
|Jarius Wright (WR)||Minnesota Vikings||9 receptions, 123 yards, 2 TD|
|Trey Flowers (DL)||New England Patriots||42 tackles (30 solo, 12 ast), 4.0 sacks (9.5 yards), 17 quarterback hits, 1 forced fumble and 2 pass deflections|
|Deatrich Wise, Jr. (DL)||New England Patriots||16 tackles (12 solo, 4 ast), 3.0 sacks (30 yards), 4 tackles for loss, 14 quarterback hits and 1 pass deflection|
|Robert Thomas (DL)||New York Giants||6 tackles (1 solo, 5 ast)|
|Martrell Spaight (LB)||Washington Redskins||43 tackles (22 solo, 21 ast), 3 tackle for loss, 1 fumble recovery, 1 quarterback hit, 1 pass deflection|