Dallas running back Darren McFadden registered one of the best games of his career Sunday, highlighting the day for former Razorbacks. McFadden rushed for 152 yards for an average of 5.2 yards per carry and one touchdown on 29 attempts, eclipsing the 150-plus yard mark for the first time since 2011. The Little Rock native also caught 2-of-2 targets (11 of his last 12) for 10 yards in the Cowboys’ 27-20 loss to the New York Giants. McFadden took over as the lead back after Joseph Randle left early in the first quarter with an injury.
In Thursday night’s contest between Seattle and San Francisco, Seattle’s Alvin Bailey participated on the offensive line in the Seahawks 20-3 win.
Buffalo tight end Chris Gragg reeled in two passes for 35 yards in the Bills’ 34-31 loss at Jacksonville. Jaguars defensive lineman Chris Smith was inactive.
In an NFC North matchup, Jarius Wright started at wide receiver for Minnesota while Travis Swanson started at center for Detroit. Wright hauled in three passes off of six targets for 31 yards in the Vikings’ 28-19 win.
In Kansas City’s 23-13 win over Pittsburgh, Chiefs running back Knile Davis rushed once for two yards and returned two kickoffs for 46 yards.
Houston quarterback Ryan Mallet did not participate in the Texans’ 44-26 loss at Miami.
New England defensive lineman Trey Flowers participated but did not record any statistics in his regular-season debut. The Patriots defeated the New York Jets 30-23.
On Sunday Night Football, Jason Peters started at left tackle for Philadelphia but left the game in the first quarter with a back injury. Peters did not return, and the Eagles fell 27-16 to the Carolina Panthers.