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NFL return to Regular Season well received by fans; over 109 Million tuned in to Week 1 action

Week 1 NFL games averaged over 17M viewers, up +5% vs. 2018

Viewing over digital platforms averages 514K, up +43% vs. 2018

Social Media & Merchandise Sales for Week 1 also show impressive growth

September 10, 2019: Driven by game action featuring more touchdowns than have ever been scored during an opening week in NFL history, Week 1 of the 2019 NFL season was an unqualified success across all forms of media. Below are Week 1 media consumption, merchandise and on-the-field figures and notes.

NFL TV Notes from Week 1

NFL games were the top six programs of the broadcast week (Mon-Sun, 9/2-9/8), highlighted by the top three games, each delivering an average minute audience of over 22 million viewers through Nielsen-measured platforms.

  1. New York Giants at Dallas (FOX – 23.9M)
  2. Green Bay at Chicago (NBC – 22.2M)
  3. Pittsburgh at New England (NBC – 22.2M)
  • The top non-NFL programming of the week was 9.1M

For Week 1, NFL games were viewed by a total audience of over 109 Million viewers with a per game average minute audience of 17.1M viewers through Nielsen-measured platforms, up +5% vs. 2018 Week 1

  • The 2019 Kickoff game on NBC between Green Bay and Chicago averaged 22.2M viewers, up +17% versus the 2018 Kickoff game (Atlanta at Philadelphia)
  • New York Giants at Dallas was the most-watched Week #1 FOX National game since 2016
  • Compared to 2017, the 2019 CBS Single (led by Tennessee at Cleveland & Kansas City at Jacksonville) was up +16% in viewers
  • Houston at New Orleans was the most-watched Week #1 ESPN early game since 2015 while Denver at Oakland was the most-watched Week #1 ESPN late game since 2015

Source: Nielsen National Viewership Data and Nielsen Fast Total Audience Estimates; excludes certain digital streaming platforms

NFL Digital Notes from Week 1

  • Live streaming across Week 1 game windows on NFL, Verizon Media, and broadcaster digital platforms delivered an average minute audience of 514K, up +43% versus Week 1 in 2018.
    • New 2019 streaming options include participating NFL Club mobile properties, the NFL Fantasy app, NFL.com on mobile, and the Yahoo Fantasy app.

Source: Adobe Analytics

Social Media Highlights from Week 1

  • All 16 games were the most social sports events during opening weekend
  • There were 38M social interactions generated around NFL Football games during opening week
  • During Week 1, there were over 250M views of NFL video clips (not live) across Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (+33% YoY)
  • The three most social games of the week were:
  1. Pittsburgh at New England (5.6M Interactions)
  2. New York Giants at Dallas (4.8M Interactions)
  3. Houston at New Orleans (4.8M Interactions)

Source: Nielsen Social Content Ratings from 9/5 – 9/9/19

NFL Merchandise Sales Highlights from Week 1

  • Week 1 NFL merchandise sales at NFLShop.com and across the entire Fanatics network of ecommerce sites (which also includes many of the NFL Clubs online stores) were up +30% YoY (sales for 9/5/19-9/9/19 vs. same period in 2018)
    • The top-selling NFL jersey during Week 1 was Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (sales for 9/5/19-9/9/19)

 

2019 NFL Kickoff Presented by EA Sports Madden NFL 20

  • The NFL kicked off its 100th season with “2019 NFL KICKOFF PRESENTED BY EA SPORTS MADDEN NFL 20″ on Thursday, September 5 when artists and Inspire Change advocates Meek Mill, Meghan Trainor and Rapsody performed a free concert in front of over 42 thousand fans – one of the largest crowds in NFL Kickoff history – at Grant Park in Chicago. The event culminated with the first ever official NFL Kickoff Watch Party for the Green Bay – Chicago game.

NFL Week 1: Scoring, Comebacks, and Close Games

  • In the first week of the season, there were 90 total touchdowns, the most in NFL history for Week 1
  • Both the Bills, trailing 16–0 to the Jets, and Eagles, down 17– 0 to the Redskins, came back to win their games. The only other year in which multiple teams overcame deficits of at least 16 points to win their opening games was 1999. That season, the Cardinals won in Philadelphia and the Cowboys won in Washington, with each team having trailed by 21 points earlier in the game.
  • Nine games in Week 1 of the 2019 season were decided by eight points or fewer, while 10 of the contests were within one score during the fourth quarter.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Alex Riethmiller, NFL; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

NFL Network to feature Hall of Fame QB Terry Bradshaw on ‘A Football Life’

 

Terry Bradshaw under center in 1982 By Pittsburgh Steelers Coca-Cola Kiwanis International, Public Domain, https commons.wikimedia.org

‘Terry Bradshaw: A Football Life’ Premieres Friday, September 13 at 10:00 PM ET

“I think the thing that I’m most proud of as a football player was that I played big in big games.” – Terry Bradshaw

Ninth Season of Emmy-Nominated Series Airs Fridays at New Time of 10:00 PM ET

 

The ninth season of NFL Network’s Emmy-nominated series A Football Life premieres Friday, September 13 at 10:00 PM ET with a profile of Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw. The one-hour show produced by NFL Films features sitdown interviews with Bradshaw, former teammates such as Lynn SwannFranco Harris and “Mean” Joe GreeneNFL on FOX analyst Howie Long, family members and more.

 

Terry Bradshaw: A Football Life airs immediately following the 8:00 PM ET premiere of NFL 100 Greatest Plays.

 

Each episode of A Football Life – as well as all NFL Network programming – can be streamed live through the NFL and NFL Network apps on smartphones, tables, PCs and connected TV devices. Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/network.

 

Among the topics discussed in Terry Bradshaw: A Football Life are:

 

  • Originally signing to play college football at LSU before ultimately deciding to attend Louisiana Tech
  • Early on-field struggles after being selected with the No. 1 overall pick in the 1970 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Starting the 1974 season on the bench before regaining his starting role and leading the Steelers to their first Super Bowl title in franchise history
  • His complicated relationship with former Steelers head coach Chuck Noll and his return to Pittsburgh in 2002
  • His post-playing career as a broadcaster for CBS and FOX, and his many pursuits as an entertainer

 

Emmy-nominated actor Josh Charles narrates.

Terry Bradshaw: A Football Life includes interviews with the following people:

Terry Bradshaw

Tammy Bradshaw – Wife

Rachel Bradshaw – Daughter

Erin Bradshaw Weiss – Daughter

“Mean” Joe Greene – Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive tackle & Steelers teammate

Lynn Swann – Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver & Steelers teammate

John Stallworth – Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver & Steelers teammate

Franco Harris – Pro Football Hall of Fame running back & Steelers teammate

Mel Blount – Pro Football Hall of Fame cornerback & Steelers teammate

Jack Ham – Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker & Steelers teammate

Rocky Bleier – Steelers teammate

Howie Long – Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive lineman & NFL on FOX analyst

Mickey Slaughter – Former Louisiana Tech offensive coach ​​

Provided below are some select quotes from Terry Bradshaw: A Football Life:

“I think the thing that I’m most proud of as a football player was that I played big in big games, I played hurt and you could count on me.” – Terry Bradshaw

“We would not have been as successful, we would not have won those four Super Bowls if it wasn’t for [Terry] Bradshaw. Out of all the Hall of Fame players that we had during that period of time, he was the one key factor in our success. I don’t believe any other quarterback could have done it.” – Rocky Bleier

“It’s all about those moments, and can you make those moments happen. He made a lot of big moments happen.” – Franco Harris

“He presents football in a way that no one else can. He just captivates a room.” – Howie Long

“I don’t have a problem talking about Chuck [Noll] at all but people don’t understand how hard it was to play for him. And it wasn’t fun. Even winning wasn’t fun.” – Terry Bradshaw

“I think for a lot of years Terry went through some issues, and it wasn’t until he had gone through those and he started to mature that he started to relax as a quarterback.” – John Stallworth ​

“You say the right things just to avoid stirring it up any more, but inside I was steaming.” – Terry Bradshaw on the comments made by Thomas “Hollywood” Henderson before Super Bowl XIII

“When I left Pittsburgh, it was difficult. It was difficult to go out the way I went out. I was angry; when I left Pittsburgh, I was angry. I didn’t want to face those people; Pittsburgh fans, Pittsburgh press, Chuck Noll.” – Terry Bradshaw

This season of A Football Life airs at a new time of 10:00 PM ET on Friday on NFL Network, and features Hall of Famers Tony GonzalezBruce Smith and Ronnie Lott.

 

ABOUT NFL MEDIA​​

NFL Media is comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films, NFL.com, the NFL app and NFL RedZone.

Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL is making news. Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular season, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league meetings, minicamps and training camps.

For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can be streamed live through the NFL app and via Watch NFL Network on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4, Roku and Xbox One). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/nflnetwork. For NFL Network audio programming, download the TuneIn app.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL NETWORK; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

‘NFL 100 Greatest Series’ Premieres Friday September 13 at 8 PM ET with ‘NFL 100 Greatest Plays,’ Parts 1 and 2

Numbers 100 Through 31 Revealed Across Back-to-Back One-Hour Episodes​

Features Interviews with More Than 80 Celebrities, NFL Legends, Coaches and Current Players

 

NFL Network’s Friday night slate of NFL 100 programming kicks off this week with the premiere of the NFL 100 Greatest series at 8:00 PM ET with back-to-back one-hour episodes of NFL 100 Greatest Plays, Parts 1 and 2.

 

Over the two-hour block, numbers 100 through 31 of the greatest plays in NFL history are unveiled through NFL Films video and sound, intermixed with memories and recollections from celebrities, NFL Legends, coaches and current players on what made each moment one for the ages.

 

The NFL and the Associated Press (AP) came together to select the 100 greatest across five categories – Plays, Games, Characters, Game Changers and Teams. The 80-person blue-ribbon panel was comprised of experts selected by the AP and NFL Media.

 

Among the notable plays featured in the countdown 100-31:

  • Tony Dorsett’s record-setting 99-yard run against the Minnesota Vikings in the final regular season game of the 1982 season on Monday Night Football (January 3, 1983)
  • Bears TE Mike Ditka’s 63-yard run on 3rd and 35 versus the Steelers in 1963, one day after President Kennedy’s assassination
  • Titans RB Derrick Henry’s 99-yard run against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday Night Football (December 6, 2018)
  • Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger makes a touchdown-saving tackle on Colts CB Nick Harper following a goal-line fumble by Steelers RB Jerome Bettis in the 2006 AFC divisional playoff game
  • Broncos S Steve Atwater’s tackle of Chiefs RB Christian Okoye on Monday Night Football in 1990
  • QB Dan Marino’s fake spike against the New York Jets (November 27, 1994)
  • Vikings’ Jim Marshall runs the wrong way on fumble recovery against the 49ers (October 25, 1964)
  • Packers QB Aaron Rodgers’ Hail Mary touchdown pass to TE Richard Rodgers versus the Lions on December 3, 2015
  • Bills WR Don Beebe’s stops Cowboys DT Leon Lett from a touchdown Super Bowl XXVII
  • Oilers RB Earl Campbell runs out of his jersey against the Rams

 

For the NFL 100 Greatest series, NFL Films conducted more than 400 interviews with celebrities, current NFL stars and Legends that will air across 20, one-hour episodes with four episodes dedicated to each topic.

 

Parts 1 and 2 of NFL 100 Greatest Plays features interviews with the following personalities:

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Erin Andrews
Bruce Arians Champ Bailey
Carl Banks Bill Belichick
Jerome Bettis Kobe Bryant
Calais Campbell Cris Carter
Harlan Coben Tom Coughlin
Bill Cowher Bryan Cranston
Kevin Cronin Randall Cunningham
Mike Ditka Tony Dorsett
Kenyan Drake Rich Eisen
Carl Eller John Elway
Melissa Etheridge Brett Favre
Larry Fitzgerald Dan Fouts
Joe Greene Bob Griese
Luis Guzman Dante Hall
Steve Harvey Evander Holyfield
Michael Irvin O’Shea Jackson, Jr.
Keegan Michael Key Freddie Kitchens
Matt LaFleur Taylor Lewan
Ray Lewis Ronnie Lott
Joe Manganiello Dan Marino
Marlee Matlin Christopher McDonald
Duff McKagan Karl Mecklenburg
Shawn Merriman Method Man
Al Michaels Offset & Quavo of Migos
Von Miller Randy Moss
Chad Michael Murray Jack Nicklaus
Jerry O’Connell Dr. Mehmet Oz
Sean Payton Adrian Peterson
Patrick Peterson Ed Reed
Rob Riggle Deion Sanders
Tiya Sircar Rickey Smiley
Emmitt Smith Dan Soder
Bart Starr Eric Stonestreet
Michael Strahan Nick Swardson
Maria Taylor Tim Tebow
Joe Thomas Kenan Thompson
James Van Der Beek Milo Ventimiglia
Michael Vick Phil Villapiano
Lindsay Vonn Mike Vrabel
Shane West

 

 

NFL 100 Greatest serves at the lead-off series for the slate of NFL 100 original programming headlining NFL Network’s primetime lineup on Friday nights this season. The remaining 30 of the NFL 100 Greatest Plays will be unveiled across Parts 3 and 4 Friday, September 20 starting at 8:00 PM ET.

 

As the official site for all things NFL 100, NFL.com/100 is the primary destination to stay up to speed with all the initiatives, activities and content happening across the league and at the club level. Additionally starting Friday, NFL.com/100Greatest offers a companion experience to the series where fans will be able to relive their favorite moments from the show with clips and bonus content from the celebrities and influencers who shared their favorite NFL memories from the series.

 

ABOUT NFL MEDIA

NFL Media is comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films, NFL.com, the NFL app and NFL RedZone.

 

Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL is making news. Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular season, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league meetings, minicamps and training camps.

 

For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can be streamed live through the NFL app and via Watch NFL Network on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4 and Roku). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/nflnetwork. For NFL Network audio programming, download the TuneIn app.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

Week 2 in the NFL starts with Thursday Night feature game, Tampa Bay at Carolina

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 2 of the NFL’s 100th season gets underway on Thursday, September 12 (8:20 PM ET, NFL Network) as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers travel to Bank of America Stadium to take on the Carolina Panthers in an early season NFC South showdown. The Buccaneers and Panthers meet for the 38th time with Carolina holding the all-time series advantage at 23-14. In Week 13 of the 2018 season, Tampa Bay quarterback JAMEIS WINSTON passed for 249 yards with two touchdowns and a 114.4 passer rating in the Buccaneers’ 24-17 victory over Carolina.

Last week, Winston surpassed VINNY TESTAVERDE (14,820 passing yards) for the most passing yards in franchise history. Buccaneers wide receiver CHRIS GODWIN registered a touchdown reception in the team’s Week 1 loss and has six touchdown catches in his past seven against the NFC South. In 2018, Tampa Bay wide receiver MIKE EVANS, who holds the franchise records for receiving yards (6,131) and touchdown catches (40), joined A.J. GREEN & Pro Football Hall of Famer RANDY MOSS as the only players in NFL history with at least 1,000 receiving yards in each of their first five seasons.

Carolina running back CHRISTIAN McCAFFREY had 128 rushing yards and two touchdowns, along with 10 receptions for 81 yards, in the Panthers’ Week 1 loss. McCaffrey, who also had 125 rushing yards and 11 receptions in Week 12 of the 2018 season, is the first player in the Super Bowl era to record at least 120 rushing yards and 10 receptions in multiple games. In 13 career games against Tampa Bay, Panthers quarterback CAM NEWTON has 29 total touchdowns (20 passing, nine rushing), his most against any opponent. Panthers defensive tackle GERALD McCOY spent nine seasons (2010-2018) with Tampa Bay and totaled 54.5 sacks, the third-most in franchise history.

Thursday’s contest marks the first of seven games exclusively televised on NFL Network this season and will be produced by FOX. The game will feature Joe Buck, Pro Football Hall of Famer Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews and Kristina Pink on the call.

For the Week 2 Tampa Bay-Carolina capsule, click here​.

 

GAME PREVIEW WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

Kickoff Weekend-Top 7 statistical highlights from Week 1 Sunday

A look at seven statistical highlights from games played at 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, September 8, the first week of the 2019 season.

  • With three games remaining in Week 1, there have been a total of 13 offensive touchdowns of 40-or-more yards, the second-most on Kickoff Weekend in NFL history. Only Kickoff Weekend of the 1991 season (14) had more such offensive scores of at least 40 yards.

    11 quarterbacks have had a passer rating of 115 or higher (minimum 10 attempts) through 13 games in Week 1, tied with Week 13 of the 2004 season (11) and Week 12 of the 1995 season (11) for the second-most in any week since 1970. Only Week 3 of the 2017 season (12) had more quarterbacks record a passer rating of 115 or higher (minimum 10 attempts).

  • Four rookies – Tennessee wide receiver A.J. BROWN (100 receiving yards), Baltimore wide receiver MARQUISE BROWN (147), Detroit tight end T.J. HOCKENSON (131) and Washington wide receiver TERRY McLAURIN (125) – each recorded at least 100 receiving yards in their NFL debuts on Kickoff Weekend.

    It marks the first week in which three-or-more rookies have each recorded at least 100 receiving yards in their debuts in NFL history.

    With 131 receiving yards, Hockenson surpassed MONTY STICKLES (123 receiving yards on September 25, 1960) for the most receiving yards by a tight end in his NFL debut in league history.

  • The BALTIMORE RAVENS defeated Miami 59-10 on Kickoff Weekend. Baltimore scored 42 points in the first half, the most by any team in the first half of a season-opening game in NFL history. The Ravens, who scored 47 points on Kickoff Weekend in 2018, are the fifth team in league annals and first since the 1967-68 OAKLAND RAIDERS to score at least 40 points in consecutive season-opening games.

    Baltimore quarterback LAMAR JACKSON completed 17 of 20 attempts for 324 yards with five touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 158.3 passer rating in the victory. Jackson is the seventh quarterback in NFL history and first since BEN ROETHLISBERGER (November 11, 2018) with at least 300 passing yards, five touchdowns and a 158.3 passer rating, the highest attainable mark, in a single game in NFL history.

    Baltimore rookie wide receiver MARQUISE BROWN recorded touchdowns of 47 and 83 yards on his first two catches in his NFL debut. Brown became the first player in NFL history with two touchdown receptions of at least 40 yards in his NFL debut and his 83-yard touchdown reception is the second-longest by a player in his NFL debut in the Super Bowl era, trailing only RICK UPCHURCH (90-yard touchdown reception on September 21, 1975).

  • Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES passed for 378 yards and three touchdowns for a 143.2 passer rating in the Chiefs’ 40-26 win at Jacksonville.

    Mahomes, who has 5,759 passing yards in 18 career games, surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer KURT WARNER (5,613 passing yards) for the most passing yards by a player in his first 20 career games in NFL history. Mahomes’ 53 touchdown passes are also the most by any player in his first 20 career games.

    Chiefs wide receiver SAMMY WATKINS had nine receptions for 198 yards and three touchdowns in the win. Watkins is the fourth player in NFL history to record at least 195 receiving yards and three touchdown receptions in a season-opening game, joining FRANK CLARKE (September 16, 1962), IRVING FRYAR (September 4, 1994) and HUGH TAYLOR (September 28, 1947).

    Jaguars rookie quarterback GARDNER MINSHEW completed 88 percent of his pass attempts (22 of 25), the highest completion percentage (minimum 15 attempts) by a quarterback in his NFL debut in league annals. Minshew completed his first 13 pass attempts, the longest streak to start a career among players who made their NFL debut over the past 40 seasons.

  • Dallas quarterback DAK PRESCOTT completed 25 of 32 attempts for 405 yards with four touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 158.3 rating in the Cowboys’ 35-17 victory against the New York Giants.

    Prescott is the fourth quarterback to register a 158.3 passer rating, the highest attainable mark, on 30-or-more pass attempts in NFL history, joining JARED GOFF (33 attempts on September 27, 2018), KEN O’BRIEN (32 attempts on November 2, 1986) and Pro Football Hall of Famer KURT WARNER (30 attempts on October 1, 2000).

  • The LOS ANGELES CHARGERS defeated the Indianapolis Colts 30-24 in overtime while the ARIZONA CARDINALS and DETROIT LIONS played to a 27-27 tie at State Farm Stadium on Kickoff Weekend. At least one game on Kickoff Weekend has gone to overtime in five of the past six seasons.

    Sunday’s contest between the Cardinals and Lions marked the second consecutive season in which a game ended in a tie in Week 1 and the third tie overall on Kickoff Weekend. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns tied on September 9, 2018, while the Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos played to a 10-10 tie on September 19, 1971.

    Chargers running back AUSTIN EKELER totaled 154 scrimmage yards (96 receiving, 58 rushing) and three touchdowns (two receiving, one rushing) in the victory. Ekeler is the first undrafted player to record at least 150 scrimmage yards, two receiving touchdowns and a rushing touchdown in a single game since DAN REEVES (156 scrimmage yards, two receiving touchdowns and two receiving touchdowns) on November 5, 1967.

    Arizona wide receiver LARRY FITZGERALD recorded eight catches for 113 yards and one touchdown, the 117th touchdown catch of his NFL career. He surpassed ANTONIO GATES (116 touchdown receptions) for the sixth-most in NFL history.

  • Philadelphia wide receiver DeSEAN JACKSON had 154 receiving yards and two touchdowns, including 51-yard and 53-yard touchdown catches, in the Eagles’ 32-27 win against Washington. He has six career games of at least 100 receiving yards on Kickoff Weekend, tied with Pro Football Hall of Famer MICHAEL IRVIN (six) for the most 100-yard receiving games on Kickoff Weekend in NFL history.

    Jackson has 31 career touchdowns of at least 50 yards and surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer RANDY MOSS (29) for the second-most in NFL history. Only Pro Football Hall of Famer JERRY RICE (36) has more in league annals.​

  • Other notable performances from Sunday include:
    • Carolina running back CHRISTIAN McCAFFREY had 129 rushing yards and two touchdowns, along with 10 receptions for 81 yards, in the Panthers’ Week 1 loss.

      McCaffrey, who also had 125 rushing yards and 11 receptions in Week 12 of the 2018 season, is the first player in the Super Bowl era to record at least 120 rushing yards and 10 receptions in multiple games.

    • New York Jets running back LE’VEON BELL totaled 92 scrimmage yards (60 rushing, 32 receiving) and a touchdown reception in the Jets’ Week 1 loss.

      Bell, who has 8,088 scrimmage yards in 63 career games, surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer ERIC DICKERSON (64 games) to become the fastest player to reach 8,000 scrimmage yards in NFL history.

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY OF NFLmedia.com

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