Below is how each #ProHog performed in Week 14 of the NFL regular season.
A week after claiming his first multi-touchdown game of his career, Collins rushed for another score on Sunday to extend his streak of games with a rushing touchdown to four straight. Since Baltimore’s bye week in week 10, Collins has rushed for 304 yards on 69 carries for five touchdowns. His season totals are 162 carries for 825 yards and five scores. The second-year back also has 13 receptions this season, all coming in the last six games, for 121 yards.
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) December 11, 2017
Among backs with at least 150 carries this season, Collins leads the league in yards per carry at 5.1 and ranks 9th in the league in rushing yards with 825.
Hauled in four receptions on six targets for 50 yards and one touchdown. It is the 13th time that Henry has been targeted five or more times in his career. The Chargers are 8-5 in those games, including victors of seven straight. In those seven wins this season, Henry has caught 30 receptions for 380 yards and three touchdowns. On the season, Henry has 42 receptions for 551 yards and four touchdowns. Henry ranks ninth among NFL tight ends in receiving yards and second in yards per catch (13.1) and first down percentage (71.4) among tight ends with at least 40 receptions.
“Phil threw an awesome ball and I was able to make a play on it.”
— Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) December 11, 2017
Got the start back at center after not playing in week 13. Provided time for Matt Stafford to toss 381 yards and on touchdown.
Philon had a quiet Sunday, recording just two tackles.
Made two tackles against the Cowboys on 18 defensive snaps. It brings his total tackles to 16 this season.
Recorded just one solo stop against the Buccaneers.
Recorded two tackles in 15 defensive snaps.
Pulled in two receptions for 13 yards. Has a reception in five straight games and has multiple receptions in three straight games. Those are the longest streaks for Wright since 2015.
Played but did not record stats – Chris Smith, Jeremy Sprinkle, Deatrich Wise, Brett Goode
Did not play – Trey Flowers, Brandon Allen, A.J. Derby, Ryan Mallett, Jonathan Williams
|Ryan Mallett (QB)||Baltimore Ravens||9-16, 56 yards, 2 TD|
|Alex Collins (RB)||Baltimore Ravens||162 carries, 825 yards, 5 TD, 13 receptions, 121 yards|
|Chris Smith (DL)||Cincinnati Bengals||23 tackles (16 solo, 7 ast), 3.0 sacks (36.0 yards), 4 tackles for loss, 1 forced fumble, 9 quarterback hits, 2 pass deflections|
|Jeremiah Ledbetter (DL)||Detroit Lions||11 tackles (6 solo, 5 ast), 0.5 sack (1.5 yards), 3 quarterback hits, 1 blocked field goal|
|Hunter Henry (TE)||Los Angeles Chargers||42 receptions, 551 yards, 4 TD|
|Darius Philon (DL)||Los Angeles Chargers||25 tackles (14 solo, 11 ast), 7 tackles for loss, 4 sacks (23 yards), 8 quarterback hits, 1 pass deflection|
|Jarius Wright (WR)||Minnesota Vikings||16 receptions, 179 yards, 2 TD|
|Trey Flowers (DL)||New England Patriots||46 tackles (33 solo, 13 ast), 6.0 sacks (25.5 yards), 5 tackles for loss, 19 quarterback hits, 2 forced fumble and 3 pass deflections|
|Deatrich Wise, Jr. (DL)||New England Patriots||21 tackles (14 solo, 7 ast), 3.0 sacks (30 yards), 4 tackles for loss, 15 quarterback hits and 1 pass deflection|
|Robert Thomas (DL)||New York Giants||10 tackles (1 solo, 9 ast)|
|Martrell Spaight (LB)||Washington Redskins||46 tackles (25 solo, 21 ast), 3 tackle for loss, 1 fumble recovery, 1 quarterback hit, 1 pass deflection|