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NFL Network announces Patriots-Buccaneers Thursday Night Game drew 16 Million Viewers across all Media platforms

Television Viewership on CBS and NFL Network Up 28%

THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL on Thursday, October 5 featuring the New England Patriots beating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 5 was seen on an average minute audience basis by 16.0 million viewers across all platforms, including CBS Television Network, NFL Network, Amazon Prime Video, NFL Digital and CBS digital platforms.

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Last night’s telecast on CBS and NFL Network delivered a 28% increase in viewership from last year’s comparable Week 5 game.  The New England-Tampa Bay game was seen by an average of 15.434 million television viewers (12.073 million for Arizona-San Francisco; 10/06/16), according to Nielsen live plus same day national ratings. The average digital audience for last night’s THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL game across Amazon Prime Video, NFL Mobile from Verizon, Watch NFL Network, the NFL app on Microsoft, NFL Game Pass (International) and on CBS digital platforms was 525,000.

Television viewership of the New England-Tampa Bay game peaked at 17.575 million viewers from 9:30-10:00 PM, ET.

TNF on CBS and NFL Network won in primetime, handily beating the other networks. CBS/NFL Network’s primetime viewership for Thursday Night of 14.285 million was +350% ahead of FOX (3.172 million), +169% ahead of NBC (5.309 million) and +146% ahead of ABC (5.818 million).

In total, CBS and NFL Network’s coverage of the New England-Tampa Bay game was watched in all-or-part by 47.462 million viewers on television, with a minimum of one minute viewed. In total, 2.1 million viewers initiated a stream of THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL across all digital properties.

Amazon Prime Video reached a total of 1.7 million combined viewers worldwide for the NFL Thursday Night Kickoff pregame show and the New England-Tampa Bay game. For the THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL game alone, 1.5 million worldwide viewers initiated a stream on Amazon Prime Video. The average worldwide audience watching THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL for at least thirty seconds on Amazon Prime Video was 391,000 with each viewer watching an average of 50 minutes.

For a complete listing of all the ways to watch THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL, please visit NFL.com/TNF.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY

CBS Sports:

Dan Sabreen

NFL Network:

Andrew Howard

Amazon:

Rena Lunak

COURTESY NFL COMMUNICATIONS, NFLmedia.com, CBS Sports NFL NETWORK & Amazon

 

 

 

NFL AFC/NFL Players of the Week for Week 4

TEXANS QB DESHAUN WATSON, STEELERS DE CAMERON HEYWARD &

BILLS K STEPHEN HAUSCHKA NAMED AFC PLAYERS OF WEEK 4

Quarterback DESHAUN WATSON of the Houston Texans, defensive end CAMER​ON HEYWARD of the Pittsburgh Steelers and kicker STEPHEN HAUSCHKA of the Buffalo Bills are the AFC Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week for games played in Week 4 (September 28, October 1-2).

OFFENSE: QB DESHAUN WATSON, HOUSTON TEXANS

DEFENSE: DE CAMERON HEYWARD, PITTSBURGH STEELERS

SPECIAL TEAMS: K STEPHEN HAUSCHKA, BUFFALO BILLS

​2017 AFC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Offense Defense Special Teams
Wk 1 QB Alex Smith, Kansas City DE Calais Campbell, Jacksonville K Giorgio Tavecchio, Oakland
Wk 2 QB Tom Brady, New England DE Chris Jones, Kansas City K Cody Parkey, Miami
Wk 3 QB Tom Brady, New England S Terrence Brooks, New York Jets K Stephen Hauschka, Buffalo
Wk 4 QB Deshaun Watson, Houston DE Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh K Stephen Hauschka, Buffalo

RAMS RB TODD GURLEYPANTHERS DE JULIUS PEPPERS & RAMS K GREG ZUERLEIN NAMED NFC PLAYERS OF WEEK 4

​Running back TODD GURLEY of the Los Angeles Rams, defensive end JULIUS PEPPERS of the Carolina Panthers and kicker GREG ZUERLEIN of the Los Angeles Rams are the NFC Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week for games played in Week 4 (September 28, October 1-2).

OFFENSE: RB TODD GURLEY, LOS ANGELES RAMS

DEFENSE: DE JULIUS PEPPERS, CAROLINA PANTHERS

SPECIAL TEAMS: K GREG ZUERLEIN, LOS ANGELES RAMS

2017 NFC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Offense Defense Special Teams
Wk 1 QB Sam Bradford, Minnesota CB Trumaine Johnson, Los Angeles Rams K Matt Prater, Detroit
Wk 2 WR J.J. Nelson, Arizona CB Desmond Trufant, Atlanta PR Jamal Agnew, Detroit
Wk 3

Wk 4

QB Kirk Cousins, Washington

RB Todd Gurley, Los Angeles Rams

DE Demarcus Lawrence, Dallas

DE Julius Peppers, Carolina

K Jake Elliott, Philadelphia

K Greg Zuerlein, Los Angeles Rams

 

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

Recapping Week 4 in the National Football League

THE WEEK THAT WAS – WEEK 4

ROCKING ROOKIES: Rookies across the league continued to make an impact in Week 4. Through the first four weeks of the season, rookies have accumulated 5,835 yards from scrimmage, the most by rookies through Week 4 since 1970.

The seasons with the most yards from scrimmage by rookies through Week 4 since 1970:

SEASON MOST SCRIMMAGE YARDS BY ROOKIES THROUGH WEEK 4
2017 5,835
2014 4,765
1987 4,449
1976 4,444
2016 4,406

 

Rookies have also totaled 43 touchdowns through Week 4, the most through the first four weeks of a season since 1970.

The seasons with the most touchdowns by rookies through Week 4 since 1970:​

SEASON MOST TOUCHDOWNS BY ROOKIES THROUGH WEEK 4
2017 43
1987 37
1978 34
Many tied 33

 

– NFL –

FOUR MORE: Green Bay quarterback AARON RODGERS threw four touchdown passes in the Packers’ 35-14 win against Chicago onThursday Night Football in Week 4.

Rodgers, who has 21 career games with at least four touchdown passes, tied Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO for the fifth-most games with at least four touchdown passes in NFL history.

The players with the most games with at least four touchdown passes in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM(S) GAMES WITH AT LEAST 4 TD PASSES
Peyton Manning Indianapolis, Denver 35
Drew Brees San Diego, New Orleans 31
Tom Brady New England 27
Brett Favre^ Green Bay, New York Jets, Minnesota 23
Aaron Rodgers Green Bay 21
Dan Marino^ Miami 21
^Pro Football Hall of Fame

– NFL –

PUT IT ON THE BOARD: Houston rookie quarterback DESHAUN WATSON passed for 283 yards with four touchdowns and added a rushing touchdown in the Texans’ 57-14 win against Tennessee.

Houston’s 57 points against Tennessee in Week 4 were the most in franchise history and marked the third highest single-game point total in NFL history with a rookie starting at quarterback.

The highest single game point totals with a rookie starting at quarterback:

QUARTERBACK TEAM DATE POINTS SCORED
Tony Banks St. Louis Rams Nov. 10, 1996 59
Russell Wilson Seattle Seahawks Dec. 9, 2012 58
Deshaun Watson Houston Texans Oct. 1, 2017 57
Johnny Unitas^ Baltimore Colts Nov 25, 1956 56
Chris Chandler Indianapolis Colts Oct. 31, 1988 55
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

Watson joined Pro Football Hall of Famer FRAN TARKENTON (September 17, 1961 vs. Chicago) as the only rookie quarterbacks in NFL history with at least 250 passing yards, four touchdown passes and a rushing touchdown in a single game.

Watson, who has seven touchdown passes and two rushing touchdowns this season, is the only rookie quarterback in NFL history with at least seven passing touchdowns and two rushing touchdowns in his team’s first four games of a season.


– NFL –

QUARTER POLL: New England quarterback TOM BRADY completed 32 of 45 passes (71.1 percent) for 307 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions for a 104.6 passer rating in the team’s Week 4 loss to Carolina.

Brady, who has 1,399 passing yards with 10 touchdowns and no interceptions, became the first player in NFL history to pass for at least 1,000 yards with 10 touchdowns and no interceptions through his team’s first four games twice in his career, having also accomplished the feat in 2015.

The quarterbacks with at least 1,000 passing yards, 10 touchdown passes and no interceptions through their team’s first four games of a season:

PLAYER TEAM YEAR PASSING YARDS TD PASSES INTs
Tom Brady New England Patriots 2017 1,399 10 0
Tom Brady New England Patriots 2015 1,387 11 0
Peyton Manning Denver Broncos 2013 1,470 16 0
Don Meredith Dallas Cowboys 1966 1,089 14 0

 

– NFL –

13K FOR KIRK: Washington quarterback KIRK COUSINS passed for 220 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions for a 116.7 passer rating in the team’s Week 4 loss to Kansas City.

Cousins, who has 13,117 career passing yards, became the sixth quarterback in NFL history to record at least 13,000 passing yards in his first 50 career games.

Cousins, who has thrown 43 interceptions, has the fewest interceptions through 50 career games among the quarterbacks who reached 13,000 passing yards during that span.

The players with the most passing yards in their first 50 career games:

PLAYER TEAM PASSING YARDS INTERCEPTIONS
Matthew Stafford Detroit Lions 14,331 57
Kurt Warner^ St. Louis Rams 13,864 62
Marc Bulger St. Louis Rams 13,551 52
Dan Marino^ Miami Dolphins 13,514 57
Andrew Luck Indianapolis Colts 13,450 48
Kirk Cousins Washington Redskins 13,117 43
^Pro Football Hall of Famer  

– NFL –

RUMBLING RUNNING BACKS: Los Angeles Rams running back TODD GURLEY had 215 scrimmage yards (121 rushing, 94 receiving) and a touchdown catch in the team’s 35-30 win at Dallas.

Gurley, who has 596 scrimmage yards and seven touchdowns this season, joined Pro Football Hall of Famers JIM BROWN (1958, 1963) and EMMITT SMITH (1995) as the only players in NFL history to have at least 575 scrimmage yards and seven touchdowns in his team’s first four games of a season.

The players with at least 575 scrimmage yards and seven touchdowns in his team’s first four games of a season:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON SCRIMMAGE YARDS TOUCHDOWNS
Todd Gurley Los Angeles Rams 2017 596 7
Emmitt Smith^ Dallas Cowboys 1995 643 9
Jim Brown^ Cleveland Browns 1963 779 7
Jim Brown^ Cleveland Browns 1958 687 10
^Pro Football Hall of Famer  

– NFL –

HUNT STAYS HOT: Kansas City rookie running back KAREEM HUNT had 121 scrimmage yards (101 rushing, 20 receiving) in the team’s 29-20 win against Washington on Monday Night Football in Week 4.

Hunt, who has 659 scrimmage yards through four games, surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer ERIC DICKERSON (567) and ADRIAN PETERSON (549) for the second-most scrimmage yards by a player in his first four career games.

The rookies with the most scrimmage yards in their team’s first four games to start a season:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON SCRIMMAGE YARDS IN TEAM’S FIRST 4 GAMES
Billy Sims Detroit Lions 1980 745
Kareem Hunt Kansas City Chiefs 2017 659
Eric Dickerson^ Los Angeles Rams 1983 567
Adrian Peterson Minnesota Vikings 2007 549
Beattie Feathers Chicago Bears 1934 536
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

– NFL –

TAG TEAM: New York Jets running backs BILAL POWELL (163 rushing yards, 75-yard touchdown run) and rookie ELIJAH MC GUIRE(93 rushing yards, 69-yard touchdown run) each rushed for a touchdown in the team’s 23-20 overtime win against Jacksonville.

McGuire and Powell are the first pair of teammates in franchise history to each record a touchdown run of at least 65 yards in the same game and the fifth pair of teammates in NFL history with rushing touchdowns of at least 69 yards in the same game.

The teammates who scored a rushing touchdown of at least 69 yards in the same game in NFL history:

TEAM DATE PLAYER YARDS PLAYER YARDS
New York Jets Oct. 1, 2017 Bilal Powell 75 Elijah McGuire 69
Baltimore Ravens Dec. 20, 2008 Le’Ron McClain 82 Willis McGahee 77
Pittsburgh Steelers Oct. 7, 1979 Franco Harris^ 71 Rocky Bleier 70
Los Angeles Rams Dec. 3, 1961 Dick Bass 73 Ollie Matson^ 69
San Francisco 49ers Oct. 26, 1952 Hugh McElhenny^ 83 Joe Perry^ 78
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

– NFL –

ELVIS ENTERS RECORD BOOKS: San Francisco linebacker ELVIS DUMERVIL had two sacks in the team’s 18-15 overtime loss at Arizona in Week 4, his first two sacks as a member of the 49ers.

Dumervil, who has 101 career sacks, is the third active player to record at least 100 career sacks.

The active players with at least 100 career sacks:

PLAYER TEAMS SACKS
Julius Peppers Carolina, Chicago, Green Bay 148
Terrell Suggs Baltimore 117.5
Elvis Dumervil Denver, Baltimore, San Francisco 101


– NFL –

MR. AUTOMATIC: Los Angeles Rams kicker GREG ZUERLEIN converted all seven of his field-goal attempts and both of his PAT attempts in the team’s 35-30 win at Dallas in Week 4.

Zuerlein became the eighth player to convert at least seven or more field goals in a single game, and his 23 total points scored is tied for the third-highest single-game total by a kicker in NFL history.

The kickers with the highest single-game point totals in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM DATE TOTAL POINTS
Rob Bironas Tennessee Titans Oct. 21, 2007 26
Jay Feely Arizona Cardinals Dec. 12, 2010 25
Greg Zuerlein Los Angeles Rams Oct. 1, 2017 23
Billy Cundiff Dallas Cowboys Sept. 15, 2003 23
Jim Bakken St. Louis Cardinals Sept. 24, 1967 22

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

NFL, Oakland Raiders lending support to Las Vegas Community after recent tragedy

 

The NFL and Oakland Raiders will lend support to the Las Vegas community to support the victims’ families and survivors of the tragedy in Las Vegas.

The NFL Foundation will match the Oakland Raiders’ $50,000 contribution to the Las Vegas Victims’ Fund. Clark County Commissioner Chair STEVE SISOLAK started the fundraiser to provide relief and financial support to the victims and families of the mass shooting. Fans can donate he​re.

The NFL Foundation will contribute an additional $50,000 to the American Red Cross to assist with blood drives and other relief efforts in Las Vegas.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and everyone impacted by this heartbreaking event,” said NFL Commissioner ROGER GOODELL. “We are grateful for the first responders who bravely helped those in need.”

The City of Las Vegas encourages individuals to donate blood with United Blood Services at 6930 W. Charleston or 601 Whitney Ranch Dr. in Henderson. Those looking for loved ones should call 1-866-535-5654.

The NFL also encourages fans to download the Red Cross Blood App to make an appointment and to help ensure a sufficient blood supply for patients wherever and whenever the need arise.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

Recapping Top Seven statistical highlights from Week 4 in the NFL

SEVEN FROM SUNDAYWEEK 4

A look at seven statistical highlights from games played at 9:30 a.m. ET, 1:00 p.m. ET and 4:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, October 1, the fourth week of the 2017 season.​

  • The NEW ORLEANS SAINTS defeated Miami 20-0 in front of 84,423 fans at London’s Wembley Stadium in the second of four 2017 London Series games in the United Kingdom.

New Orleans, which has not turned the ball over this season, is only the third team in the modern era (since 1933) without a turnover in each of its first four games of a season (1995 St. Louis and 2013 Tennessee). ​

  • Houston rookie quarterback DESHAUN WATSON passed for 283 yards with four touchdowns and added a rushing touchdown in the Texans’ 57-14 win against Tennessee. Houston’s 57 points are the most in a single game in franchise history.

Watson joined Pro Football Hall of Famer FRAN TARKENTON (September 17, 1961 vs. Chicago) as the only rookie quarterbacks in NFL history with at least 250 passing yards, four touchdown passes and a rushing touchdown in a single game. ​

Watson, who has seven touchdown passes and two rushing touchdowns this season, is the only rookie quarterback in NFL history with at least seven passing touchdowns and two rushing touchdowns in his team’s first four games of a season.​

  • Los Angeles Rams running back TODD GURLEY had 215 scrimmage yards (121 rushing, 94 receiving) and a touchdown catch in the team’s 35-30 win at Dallas. Gurley, who has 596 scrimmage yards and seven touchdowns this season, joined Pro Football Hall of Famers JIM BROWN (1958, 1963) and EMMITT SMITH (1995) as the only players in NFL history to have at least 575 scrimmage yards and seven touchdowns in his team’s first four games of a season.

Under head coach SEAN MC VAY, the Rams have scored 142 points, which is the fourth-highest total by a team in its first four games of a season with a first-year head coach. Only the 2002 Oakland Raiders (BILL CALLAHAN, 162 points), 2000 St. Louis Rams (MIKE MARTZ, 160) and 1920 Buffalo All-Americans (TOMMY HUGHITT, 149) scored more. ​

  • Carolina quarterback CAM NEWTON passed for 316 yards with three touchdowns and rushed for a touchdown in the Panthers’ 33-30 win at New England.

Newton, who has six career games with at least three passing touchdowns and one rushing touchdown, tied Pro Football Hall of Famer STEVE YOUNG, DREW BREES, JACK KEMP, TOBIN ROTE and BILLY WADE for the most such games in NFL history. ​

Newton scored his 50th career rushing touchdown on Sunday and is the only quarterback in NFL history with 50 rushing touchdowns. ​

  • New England quarterback TOM BRADY completed 32 of 45 passes (71.1 percent) for 307 yards with two touchdown passes and no interceptions for a 104.6 passer rating in the Patriots’ loss to Carolina.

Brady, who has 1,399 passing yards with 10 touchdowns and no interceptions this season, became the first player in NFL history to pass for at least 1,000 yards with 10 touchdowns and no interceptions through his team’s first four games in two different seasons during his career. He also accomplished the feat in 2015.

  • New York Jets running backs BILAL POWELL (163 rushing yards, 75-yard touchdown run) and rookieELIJAH MC GUIRE (93 rushing yards, 69-yard touchdown run) each rushed for a touchdown in the team’s 23-20 overtime win against Jacksonville.

McGuire and Powell are the first pair of teammates in franchise history to each record a touchdown run of at least 65 yards in the same game.​

  • Buffalo kicker STEPHEN HAUSCHKA converted all three of his field goal attempts, including makes of 55 and 56 yards, in the Bills’ 23-17 win at Atlanta.

​Hauschka, who has converted three field goals of at least 55 yards this season, trails only Detroit’s MATT PRATER, who has converted four field goals of at least 55 yards in 2017, for the most by a player in a single season in NFL history.

 

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

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