A pair of Razorbacks will head overseas this weekend to London as Chris Gragg and the Buffalo Bills will take on Chris Smith and the Jacksonville Jaguars. The game is scheduled to kick off at 8:30 a.m. Central time and will be the first NFL game to ever be globally streamed live for free.
Sunday Night Football will feature the Philadelphia Eagles and offensive lineman Jason Peters. Last week, Peters was dominant against the New York Giants, leading ESPN analyst and former NFL offensive lineman Mark Schlereth to tweet that “Jason Peters is destroying the G-Men.”
Another pair of #ProHogs will face off in an NFC North tilt as Jarius Wright and the Vikings battle Travis Swanson and the Lions. Swanson has started all six games at center while Wright has played in five games and caught seven passes for 141 yards (20.1 avg.) this season.
There was only one #ProHogs transaction this week as kicker Zach Hocker was released by the New Orleans Saints.
#ProHogs Schedule: Week 7
Thursday, Oct. 22
7:25 p.m. – OL Alvin Bailey (Seahawks) 20, San Francisco 49ers 3
Sunday, Oct. 25
8:30 a.m. – TE Chris Gragg (Bills) vs. DL Chris Smith (Jaguars)
Noon – WR Jarius Wright (Vikings) at OL Travis Swanson (Lions)
Noon – RB Knile Davis (Chiefs) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Noon – QB Ryan Mallett (Texans) at Miami Dolphins
Noon – DL Trey Flowers (Patriots) vs. New York Jets
3:25 p.m. – RB Darren McFadden (Cowboys) at New York Giants
7:30 p.m. – OL Jason Peters (Eagles) at Carolina Panthers