Leading the way for Week 14’s #ProHogs was Dallas running back Darren McFadden, who ran for 111 yards on just nine carries Sunday. Despite the impressive performance, the Cowboys fell 28-7 to Green Bay. McFadden picked up his fourth 100-yard game of the season – the second most in any season of his career. Since becoming the Cowboy’s primary back in late October, McFadden has racked up 669 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 153 carries. For the season, the Little Rock, Arkansas native has totaled 798 yards and three touchdowns. For the Packers, Brett Goode was the long snapper on all 10 kicks.
Minnesota wide receiver Jarius Wright had a season-high five receptions for 51 yards with a long of 22 yards in the 23-20 loss at Arizona on Thursday Night Football.
Buffalo tight end Chris Gragg had an 11-yard catch in the 23-20 loss at Philadelphia. For the Eagles, Jason Peters started at left tackle.
Seattle’s Alvin Bailey participated on the offensive line in the 35-6 win over Baltimore.
Detroit offensive lineman Travis Swanson started at center in the 21-14 loss at St. Louis. Swanson has started in all 12 games this season. Rams kicker Zach Hocker was inactive.
Jacksonville defensive lineman Chris Smith registered two tackles in the 51-16 win over Indianapolis.
Javontee Herndon started at wide receiver while Darius Philon participated at defensive tackle but for San Diego. Herndon hauled in five passes for 47 yards, including a 6-yard catch on fourth down that extended the Chargers’ drive with under two minutes remaining in the contest. However, the Chargers fell 10-3 to Kansas City. For the Chiefs, running back Knile Davis rushed once for six yards and returned one kick for 24 yards.