On Monday Night Football, Dallas running back Darren McFadden carried the ball 14 times for 53 yards and one touchdown. McFadden’s touchdown came at the 1:19 mark in the fourth quarter and gave the Cowboys a 16-9 lead over Washington. Dallas surrendered a touchdown on the ensuing possession but a 54-yard field goal with nine seconds left in the contest lifted the Cowboys over the Redskins 19-16.
Brett Goode was the long snapper on all 10 of Green Bay’s kicks. The Packers took down the Detroit Lions 27-23 on Thursday Night Football.
Zach Hocker handled place kicking duties for St. Louis for the second straight week. Hocker booted through a 35-yard field goal attempt in the Rams’ 27-3 loss to Arizona.
Seattle offensive lineman Alvin Bailey participated but did not record any statistics in the Seahawks’ 38-7 win over Minnesota. For the Vikings, wide receiver Jarius Wright caught two passes for 24 yards with a long of 17 yards. Wright has now recorded at least one reception in 11-of-12 contests this season.
Buffalo tight end Chris Gragg participated in the Bills’ 30-21 victory over the Houston Texans but did not record any statistics.
Recently signed Miami defensive lineman Robert Thomas made his NFL regular season debut on Sunday. Thomas registered one tackle and saw action on 21 defensive snaps in the Dolphins’ 15-13 win over Baltimore.
Kansas City’s Knile Davis returned one kickoff for 33 yards in the Chiefs’ 34-20 win at Oakland.
San Diego wide receiver Javontee Herndon reeled in two passes for 30 yards with a long of 16 yards. He also returned one kickoff for 24 yards. The Chargers fell to Denver 17-3.
Philadelphia offensive lineman Jason Peters started at left tackle. The offensive line allowed just one sack in the team’s 35-28 win at New England.
Jacksonville defensive lineman Chris Smith was inactive on Sunday.