Seven #ProHogs saw action on the sixth Sunday of the NFL season.
Offensive lineman Jason Peters and his Philadelphia Eagles will host the New York Giants on Monday Night Football.
In the nationally televised Thursday night game, New Orleans kicker Zach Hocker made one of three field goal attempts and all four extra point attempts in the Saints’ 31-21 win over Atlanta.
Buffalo tight end Chris Gragg highlighted the noon slate for former Razorbacks. Gragg finished with five catches for 54 yards and also delivered a critical block to help E.J. Manuel score on a 2-yard run in the first quarter. However, Cincinnati went on to win 34-21.
Detroit offensive lineman Travis Swanson started his sixth game this season at center in the Lions’ 37-34 win over Chicago.
Kansas City running back Knile Davis rushed five times for 13 yards, caught one pass for 12 yards and returned one kickoff for 19 yards. For Minnesota, Jarius Wright started at wide receiver and reeled in two passes off of three targets for 69 yards in the Vikings’ 16-10 win over the Chiefs. His first catch was a 52-yard bomb from Teddy Bridgewater on the Vikings’ first possession of the game.
Alvin Bailey participated on the offensive line for Seattle. The Seahawks fell to Carolina 27-23.
Brett Goode was the long snapper on all nine kicks in Green Bay’s 27-20 win over San Diego.
Trey Flowers (New England) and Chris Smith (Jacksonville) were inactive while Ryan Mallett (Houston) participated but did not record any statistics.