Pokes in the NFL: Where to watch our former Wyoming Cowboys this weekend

The Pokes in the Pros will get ready for the sixth week of action starting on Sunday, as 10 of those player will play early contests and the week wraps up with an afternoon start for Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills on Monday against the defending Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs.

On Sunday in the Rocky Mountain Region, fans can watch on CBS the Broncos and Mike Purcell take on the New England Patriots andCassh Maluia. Wyoming nativeLogan Wilsonand the Bengals take on the Colts on Fox in the morning contest as well.

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Sunday, October 18
Baltimore Ravens at Philadelphia Eagles, 11:00 a.m. on CBS
Marcus Epps(Eagles) – Epps played a season-high 72 percent of the defensive snaps at Pittsburgh with one total tackle. He has 17 tackles for the season for the Eagles.

The Washington Football Team at New York Giants, 11:00 a.m. on Fox
Chase Roullier (Redskins) – Roullier has played every snap and started every game this season. In fact, Roullier has started 42 games in his career and has yet to record a penalty this season.

Atlanta Falcons at Minnesota Vikings, 11:00 a.m. on Fox
Brian Hill (Falcons) – Hill rushed for 39 yards at Carolina for the second-highest total this season. He has 133 rushing yards this season and 650 yards for his career.
Tyler Hall(Falcons) – Hall made his first career tackle against Carolina on Sunday. He played 62 percent of the special teams reps.
Eddie Yarbrough (Vikings) – Yarbrough was waived by the Vikings on Sunday, but signed with the practice squad for Minnesota. He appeared in the season opener.

Detroit Lions at Jacksonville Jaguars, 11:00 a.m. on Fox
Andrew Wingard(Jaguars) – Wingard recorded one tackle last week at Houston and left the game with injury. He was placed on injured reserve.

Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts, 11:00 a.m. on Fox
Logan Wilson(Bengals) – Wilson recorded his second career interception last week. He leads all NFL linebackers with two for the season. He also has nine tackles for the season.

Chicago Bears at Carolina Panthers, 11:00 a.m. on Fox
Tashaun Gipson (Bears) – Gipson recorded four tackles last week. He has 478 tackle in his career. He has played every snap defensively this season.

Denver Broncos at New England Patriots, 11:00 a.m. on CBS
Mike Purcell (Broncos) – The game last week was rescheduled. Purcell has 103 career tackles and 13 this season.
Cassh Maluia(Patriots) – Maluia has not recorded any stats this season.

Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers, 6:20 p.m. on NBC
Mark Nzeocha (49ers) – Nzeocha is on injured reserve for the defending NFC Champions.

Monday, October 19
Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills, 3:00 p.m. on Fox/NFL Network
Josh Allen (Bills) – Allen threw for 263 yards and two touchdowns. He has 1,589 yards passing this season with 14 touchdowns. Allen has 44 career touchdowns and 6,752 career passing yards.

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The Pokes in the Pros will get ready for the sixth week of action starting on Sunday, as 10 of those player will play early contests and the week wraps up with an afternoon start for Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills on Monday against the defending Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs.

On Sunday in the Rocky Mountain Region, fans can watch on CBS the Broncos and Mike Purcell take on the New England Patriots andCassh Maluia. Wyoming nativeLogan Wilsonand the Bengals take on the Colts on Fox in the morning contest as well.

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Sunday, October 18
Baltimore Ravens at Philadelphia Eagles, 11:00 a.m. on CBS
Marcus Epps(Eagles) – Epps played a season-high 72 percent of the defensive snaps at Pittsburgh with one total tackle. He has 17 tackles for the season for the Eagles.

The Washington Football Team at New York Giants, 11:00 a.m. on Fox
Chase Roullier (Redskins) – Roullier has played every snap and started every game this season. In fact, Roullier has started 42 games in his career and has yet to record a penalty this season.

Atlanta Falcons at Minnesota Vikings, 11:00 a.m. on Fox
Brian Hill (Falcons) – Hill rushed for 39 yards at Carolina for the second-highest total this season. He has 133 rushing yards this season and 650 yards for his career.
Tyler Hall(Falcons) – Hall made his first career tackle against Carolina on Sunday. He played 62 percent of the special teams reps.
Eddie Yarbrough (Vikings) – Yarbrough was waived by the Vikings on Sunday, but signed with the practice squad for Minnesota. He appeared in the season opener.

Detroit Lions at Jacksonville Jaguars, 11:00 a.m. on Fox
Andrew Wingard(Jaguars) – Wingard recorded one tackle last week at Houston and left the game with injury. He was placed on injured reserve.

Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts, 11:00 a.m. on Fox
Logan Wilson(Bengals) – Wilson recorded his second career interception last week. He leads all NFL linebackers with two for the season. He also has nine tackles for the season.

Chicago Bears at Carolina Panthers, 11:00 a.m. on Fox
Tashaun Gipson (Bears) – Gipson recorded four tackles last week. He has 478 tackle in his career. He has played every snap defensively this season.

Denver Broncos at New England Patriots, 11:00 a.m. on CBS
Mike Purcell (Broncos) – The game last week was rescheduled. Purcell has 103 career tackles and 13 this season.
Cassh Maluia(Patriots) – Maluia has not recorded any stats this season.

Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers, 6:20 p.m. on NBC
Mark Nzeocha (49ers) – Nzeocha is on injured reserve for the defending NFC Champions.

Monday, October 19
Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills, 3:00 p.m. on Fox/NFL Network
Josh Allen (Bills) – Allen threw for 263 yards and two touchdowns. He has 1,589 yards passing this season with 14 touchdowns. Allen has 44 career touchdowns and 6,752 career passing yards.

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