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Here is a look at how the 15 former Arkansas football players active on NFL rosters fared this past weekend in Week 6 of the 2021 NFL season.

BEST OF WEEK 6

Alex Collins, RB, Seattle Seahawks

Collins posted his first 100-yard rushing performance since 2017 in Seattle’s 23-20 overtime setback on Sunday Night Football at Pittsburgh. The fifth-year pro started for the second time this season and ran for 101 yards, the third-most in his career, on 20 carries and scored a touchdown. He scored his second touchdown of the year on a 2-yard carry that capped off a nine-play, 70-yard drive that brought the Seahawks within one possession. Collins’ 225 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns this season rank second on the Seahawks.

Hunter Henry, TE, New England Patriots

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For the third consecutive week, Henry found the end zone with a touchdown reception in New England’s 35-29 defeat to Dallas. He caught a 20-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter from quarterback Mac Jones in the first quarter, and finished the game with two grabs for 25 yards. This is the second three-game scoring stretch of his career and the first since he was a rookie in 2016 with the San Diego Chargers. The fifth-year pro has totaled 22 receptions for 241 yards, the 11th most receiving yards among all NFL tight ends.

Kamren Curl, S, Washington Football Team

Curl registered a season-high eight tackles, but Washington to Kansas City, 31-13. Curl also recovered his first career fumble in the second quarter, which led to a Washington touchdown. The second-year pro has totaled 30 tackles, two passes defensed and a fumble recovery this season.

Armon Watts, DT, Minnesota Vikings

Watts produced a strip sack to help Minnesota defeat Carolina 34-28 in overtime. In the fourth quarter, he sacked quarterback Sam Darnold for a loss of eight yards and a fumble that was recovered by defensive tackle Dalvin Tomlinson. According to PFF, Watts’ grade of 81.5 is the sixth-highest among all NFL interior linemen.