Here is the rundown of how every Pro Hog fared in Week 8.
Hauled in two of three targets for 21 yards, including an 11-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter of Monday’s game with the Chiefs. Derby ranks 26th among NFL tight ends with 17 receptions, 22nd with 211 yards and tied for 15th with two touchdowns.
Collins ran wild on the Miami Dolphins on Thursday, tallying 113 yards on 18 carries, both career highs. Collins averaged 6.3 yards per rush, becoming the first running back this season that Miami has allowed to rush for over 70 yards. Entering the weekend, Miami’s rush defense was the fifth-best against running backs when it comes to yards per carry, holding opponents to just 3.6 per attempt.
Collins continues to lead the NFL in rushing yards per attempt at 6.0 with 80 carries for 478 yards in seven games this season. He is tied for the fourth most 20-yard rushes with four.
Collins also caught his first two receptions of the season for 30 yards, including a career-long 27 yard catch and run.
Henry had a quiet day Sunday against the Patriots, catching both targets for a total of 11 yards. It upped his season total to 23 catches, ranking tied for 17th among NFL tight ends. He is tied for 11th with 312 yards, tied for eighth with four 20-yard receptions and tied for 10th in first down catches.
Flowers accounted for three total tackles and one quarterback hit in the Patriots’ win over the Chargers Sunday.
His 37 total tackles this season are the fourth-most among defensive linemen in the league, while his 27 solo stops ties for third. He also tallied one quarterback hit to bring his total to 13 this season to rank ninth in the league.
Deatrich Wise, Jr.
Wise recorded one tackle and one quarterback hit Sunday in New England’s win. He continues to rank near the top of the leader board among rookie defensive linemen in several categories. In total tackles, he is tied for fifth with 12. He ranks third in sacks with 3.0. His 13 quarterback hits tie fellow Razorback Trey Flowers for the most on the Patriots and ranks second among all NFL rookies.
Mallett came into Thursday’s game late in the second quarter after Ravens’ quarterback Joe Flacco went out with a concussion. In his second appearance of the season, Mallett went 3-of-7 for 20 yards and a touchdown.
Mallett’s touchdown came on his first pass attempt of the game, third overall play, to give the Ravens a commanding 20-0 lead going into halftime.
Philon recorded his third sack of the season Sunday to go along with two tackles, one tackle for loss, one quarterback hit and one pass deflection.
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After rehabbing a rib injury, Spaight returned fully Sunday, recording seven tackles, including one on special teams. It was Spaight’s third performance this season with seven or more tackles.
Smith recorded three tackles in Sunday’s game against the Colts. The first-year Bengal also tallied two quarterback hits.
Swanson played all 71 snaps at center, providing time for Lions’ quarterback Matthew Stafford to toss 423 yards, going 27-of-45 through the air.
Recorded one solo tackle in the Lions’ 20-15 loss to the Steelers.
In his first career action, Skipper saw 15 total snaps, including 10 at tackle and five on special teams.
Jarius Wright played Sunday but did not record any stats. Darren McFadden and Jeremy Sprinkle were not active. Jason Peters is out for the season after sustaining an ACL and MCL tear in week seven.
Two #ProHogs had the week off as Rams’ Brandon Allen and Giants’ Robert Thomas were on a bye.
|Ryan Mallett (QB)||Baltimore Ravens||9-16, 56 yards, 2 TD|
|Alex Collins (RB)||Baltimore Ravens||80 carries, 478 yards, 0 TD|
|Chris Smith (DL)||Cincinnati Bengals||14 tackles (9 solo, 5 ast), 1.5 sacks|
|A.J. Derby (TE)||Denver Broncos||17 receptions, 211 yards, 2 TD|
|Jeremiah Ledbetter (DL)||Detroit Lions||7 tackles (3 solo, 4 ast)|
|Hunter Henry (TE)||Los Angeles Chargers||23 receptions, 312 yards, 2 TD|
|Darius Philon (DL)||Los Angeles Chargers||17 tackles (10 solo, 7 ast), 3.0 sacks, 1 pass deflection|
|Jarius Wright (WR)||Minnesota Vikings||7 receptions, 93 yards, 1 TD|
|Trey Flowers (DL)||New England Patriots||37 tackles (27 solo, 10 ast), 3.5 sacks, 13 quarterback hits, 1 forced fumble and 1 pass deflection|
|Deatrich Wise, Jr. (DL)||New England Patriots||12 tackles (8 solo, 4 ast), 3.0 sacks, 13 quarterback hits and 1 pass deflection|
|Robert Thomas (DL)||New York Giants||6 tackles (1 solo, 5 ast)|
|Martrell Spaight (LB)||Washington Redskins||26 tackles (16 solo, 10 ast), 1 fumble recovery|