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Top 7 Statistical highlights from Week 9 Sunday in the NFL


​A look at seven statistical highlights from games played at 9:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, November 3, the ninth week of the 2019 season.

  • Houston quarterback DESHAUN WATSON completed 22 of 28 pass attempts (78.6 percent) for 201 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 120.4 rating in the Texans’ 26-3 win over the Jaguars at Wembley Stadium in London.

    Watson is the third quarterback to throw at least two touchdowns and complete at least 75 percent of his passes in an international NFL game, joining TOM BRADY (November 19, 2017) and RYAN FITZPATRICK (October 30, 2011).

    Texans running back CARLOS HYDE totaled 160 rushing yards in the win and joined CHRIS IVORY (166 rushing yards on October 4, 2015) as the only players with at least 150 rushing yards in an international NFL game.

  • Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN recorded a 110.4 passer rating and had both a passing and rushing touchdown in the Bills’ 24-9 victory over Washington.

    Allen, who is in his second NFL season, is the fourth quarterback to record at least 20 passing touchdowns and 12 rushing touchdowns in his first two seasons in league annals, joining STEVE GROGAN (29 passing, 15 rushing), CAM NEWTON (40 passing, 22 rushing) and DAK PRESCOTT (45 passing, 12 rushing).

  • Carolina running back CHRISTIAN McCAFFREY recorded 166 scrimmage yards (146 rushing, 20 receiving) and three touchdowns (two rushing, one receiving) in the Panthers’ 30-20 win over Tennessee.

    McCaffrey, who has 1,244 scrimmage yards and 13 touchdowns this season, is the sixth player in NFL history and first since PRIEST HOLMES (2002) with at least 1,200 scrimmage yards and 13 touchdowns in their team’s first eight games of a season.

    Sunday marked McCaffrey’s sixth game of the season with at least 150 scrimmage yards and a touchdown, joining JIM BROWN (1963) as the only players with six such performances in their team’s first eight games of a season in NFL history.

    McCaffrey has seven games with both a rushing and receiving touchdown in his first three seasons, tied with ABNER HAYNES (1960-62) for the second-most such games in a player’s first three seasons in league annals. Only CHUCK FOREMAN (eight games from 1974-75) had more.

  • Oakland rooking running back JOSH JACOBS totaled 120 rushing yards and two touchdowns in the Raiders’ 31-24 win over Detroit. Jacobs is the first rookie since Cincinnati’s ICKEY WOODS (1988) to have at least two rushing touchdowns in three of his first eight career games.

    Rookie tight end FOSTER MOREAU and rookie wide receiver HUNTER RENFROW each recorded a touchdown reception on Sunday. Along with Jacobs’ two touchdowns, the Raiders are the first team since the SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (November 22, 2015) to have rookies score all four touchdowns in a victory.

  • Pittsburgh wide receiver JUJU SMITH-SCHUSTER had three receptions, including his 200th career catch, in the Steelers’ 26-24 win over the Colts.

    At 22 years and 346 days old, Smith-Schuster is the first player to record 200 career receptions before his 23rd birthday in NFL history. The previous youngest player to reach 200 career receptions was BRANDIN COOKS (23 years and 77 days old).

  • Kansas City wide receiver TYREEK HILL recorded six catches for 140 yards, including a 40-yard touchdown catch, in the Chiefs’ 26-23 win over Minnesota.

    Hill, who is in his fourth season, became the sixth player in NFL history to record at least 20 touchdowns of at least 40 yards in his first four seasons. The other five players are all enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame: BOB HAYES (24 touchdowns of at least 40 yards), RANDY MOSS (23), JERRY RICE (21), LANCE ALWORTH (20) and GALE SAYERS (20).

    Chiefs kicker HARRISON BUTKER made a game-tying 54-yard field goal with 2:30 remaining and converted a game-winning 44-yard attempt as time expired in the victory, becoming the first kicker since MARTIN GRAMATICA (October 27, 2002) to make a game-tying field goal of at least 50 yards and a field goal of at least 40 yards to put his team ahead for good with both coming in the final three minutes of the fourth quarter.

  • Philadelphia tight end ZACH ERTZ, appearing in his 100th career game, had nine receptions for 103 yards and a touchdown in the Eagles’ 22-14 win over Chicago.

    Ertz has 483 career receptions, the third-most by a tight end through his first 100 games in NFL history. Only Pro Football Hall of Famer KELLEN WINSLOW SR. (497 receptions) and JIMMY GRAHAM (485) had more.

  • Other notable performances from Sunday include:
    • Seattle quarterback RUSSELL WILSON passed for 378 yards with five touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 133.7 rating in the Seahawks’ 40-34 overtime victory against Tampa Bay. Wilson has 90 wins, including the postseason, since entering the NFL in 2012, tied with BEN ROETHLISBERGER (90) for the second-most wins by a quarterback, including the postseason, in his first eight seasons in the Super Bowl era. Only TOM BRADY (100) had more.

      Tampa Bay wide receiver MIKE EVANS had 12 receptions for 180 yards and a touchdown in Week 9. He joins AJ GREEN (2016) and WES WELKER (2011) as the only players with at least eight receptions, 150 receiving yards and a touchdown in three of his team’s first eight games of a season in NFL history.

    • Denver quarterback BRANDON ALLEN, making his first career start, threw a 75-yard touchdown pass to rookie tight end NOAH FANT in the Broncos’ 24-19 win against Cleveland.

      Allen is the first quarterback with a touchdown pass of at least 75 yards in his first career start since ROBERT GRIFFIN III (88-yard touchdown pass on September 9, 2012). Fant is the first rookie tight end with a touchdown reception of at least 75 yards since TYJI ARMSTRONG on December 6, 1992 (81-yard touchdown catch).


49ers-Cardinals NFL Thursday Night Game draws 14.6 Million across all platforms

Total Viewership of 14.6 Million Across TV and Digital –

Up +27% vs. 2018 Week 9 ‘Thursday Night Football’ Matchup​

Average Minute Audience on All Digital Platforms, Including Amazon, Up +53% vs. 2018 Week 9 ‘Thursday Night Football’

‘Thursday Night Football’ Tri-Cast Up +21% vs. Comparable Point in 2018

Last night’s Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light Platinum game featuring the San Francisco 49ers’ 28-25 win over the Arizona Cardinals was seen by an average audience of 14.6 million across all platforms, including FOX, NFL Network, FOX Deportes, NFL digital, FOX Sports digital, Amazon Prime Video, Twitch and Yahoo Sports.

The 14.6 million viewers for 49ers-Cardinals across all platforms is up +27% versus last year’s Week 9 Thursday Night Football matchup between the 49ers and Oakland Raiders (11.5 million).

Season-to-date, the Thursday Night Football tri-cast is averaging 15.7 million viewers – up +21% versus the comparable point last season and up +6% versus last year’s full season average.

49ers-Cardinals averaged an 8.5 HH rating and 14.0 million viewers on Nielsen-measured channels – up +24% and +26% versus last year’s Raiders-49ers matchup respectively (6.8 HH rating and 11.1 million viewers).

Digital streaming across Amazon Prime Video, Twitch, NFL digital, FOX Sports digital and Yahoo Sports platforms produced an average minute audience of 808K – up +53% versus last year’s Week 9 Thursday Night Football matchup (529K).

Amazon Prime Video and Twitch reached a total of 1.8 million combined viewers worldwide for the FOX NFL Thursday pregame show and the 49ers-Cardinals game. For the 49ers-Cardinals game alone, 1.6 million worldwide viewers initiated a stream on Prime Video or Twitch. The average worldwide audience watching the Thursday Night Football game for at least 30 seconds on Prime Video or Twitch was 435K.

The 2019 Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light Platinum season continues Thursday, November 7 when the Oakland Raiders host the Los Angeles Chargers in an AFC West divisional matchup. Coverage from Oakland begins at 3:00 PM ET on NFL Network with TNF First Look, followed by NFL GameDay Kickoff at 6:00 PM ET. At 7:30 PM ET on FOX, FOX NFL Thursday airs from New York City leading up to kickoff.



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PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY FOX Sports : Claudia Martinez; NFL Network : Andrew Howard; Amazon: Oliver McIntosh; COURTESY


NFL 2020 Pro Bowl tickets on sale now

October 29, 2019​

Get your access to awesome action, all-stars and memories with 2020 Pro Bowl tickets starting at $45

The Pro Bowl is returning to Orlando for its fourth consecutive year and now is your chance to get access to awesome and secure tickets to the big game. The NFL’s all-stars will come together and take the field at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium on Sunday, January 26, at 3:00 PM ET. Tickets to the game start at $45 and are on sale now at

This year, tickets will also allow fans special benefits on game day, including:

  • Seeing Pro Bowl players on the Red Carpet before they enter the stadium
  • Kid-friendly fun in the Pro Bowl Kid Zone
  • ​Postgame fireworks

On Location Experiences – the Official Hospitality Partner of the NFL – will be offering exclusive Pro Bowl ticket packages once again to fans in 2020. Packages can include pregame hospitality, roundtrip gameday transportation, hotel accommodations and an opportunity to be on the field at Camping World Stadium during pregame warmups. More information on Pro Bowl gameday and weekend packages can be found at

With a start time of 3:00 PM ET, the 2020 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon will be televised on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and simulcast on ABC and Disney XD. This will be the third year the game will be available on both broadcast and cable networks.

For the fourth consecutive year, the NFL will host a series of Pro Bowl Week festivities at Walt Disney World Resort and throughout the Orlando area, bringing free experiences and activities to fans as well as an exciting number of events focused on celebrating football at all levels. Pro Bowl week festivities will include –

  • Pro Bowl Experience: A free football festival at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort. Fans of all ages are invited to take photos with the Pro Bowl Trophy, participate in immersive exhibits, and see how they compare to NFL all-stars while running the 40-yard dash or testing their abilities on the vertical jump. Pro Bowl Experience admission is free when you download NFL OnePass.
  • Pro Bowl Practices: AFC and NFC team practices are open and free to fans who download the OnePass app and will be held at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
  • Pro Bowl Skills Showdown: A unique competition pitting AFC and NFC all-stars will test the athletic prowess of the NFL’s best players in fan-favorite events, including Precision Passing, Best Hands, and Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball, as well as a new, exciting skill highlighting the League’s secondary talent in the Thread the Needle challenge. Pro Bowl Skills Showdown will take place at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.​​
  • Play Football Skills Showdown: Fifty graduating high school seniors from around the country will participate in ten position specific drills, viral challenges and celebration dance-offs. Located at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
  • Pep Rally at Disney Springs: On Saturday night before the game, there will be a celebration of the 2020 Pro Bowl including NFL cheerleaders, team mascots and more at Disney Springs.
  • NFL FLAG Championships: The NFL FLAG Championships are returning to the Pro Bowl for the fourth consecutive year where over 40 teams will compete for the Championship title in their respected age divisions at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
  • Pro Bowl Community Huddle: NFL Pro Bowl players will give back to the local Orlando community by participating in the Pro Bowl Community Huddle as part of the NFL Huddle for 100.
  • Don Shula High School Coach of the Year Award: The Don Shula High School Coach of the Year award honors an exemplary football coach at the high school level who displays the integrity, achievement, and leadership demonstrated by Coach Shula.

Working with KultureCity, Camping World Stadium’s sensory-inclusive partner, the NFL will offer families who attend the 2020 Pro Bowl with support, including sensory accessibility resources at Pro Bowl Experience; and a dedicated sensory room will be located in the stadium on gameday to enable fans to enjoy the game with more confidence and comfort.

For additional information and to find out more about week-of festivities, fans are encouraged to visit for the latest Pro Bowl information.




NFL offering Fans a chance to host Lombardi Trophy in their Hometown

The NFL to Bring The Lombardi Trophy and a Game Party Weekend to a Fan’s Hometown as part of #NFL100 Experiences of a Lifetime

Since its initial naming in 1970, the Vince Lombardi Trophy has been hoisted each season by the Super Bowl champion. Now, the famed championship trophy will make the unprecedented path to one lucky NFL fan’s hometown before it ultimately awaits the winning team’s embrace at Super Bowl LIV in Miami.

The NFL announced today its latest #NFL100 Experience of a Lifetime, “Lombardi in Your Hometown,” which will send the Vince Lombardi Trophy to one winner’s hometown during NFL Wild Card weekend. There, the trophy will be the guest of honor at a watch party for the winner and their friends, family, and neighbors.

The contest is part of a fan-focused series of extraordinary experiences during the NFL’s 100th Season that pay tribute to the generations of fans, players, and communities that built and continue to support the league today.

“Long before his last name symbolized football greatness, my grandfather taught the core belief that the group is greater than the individual and that people grow stronger together through football,” said Joe Lombardi, assistant coach with the New Orleans Saints and grandson of the famed Packers coach. “My family is proud that the Lombardi trophy not only serves to crown Super Bowl champions, but will also serve to bring a special set of fans together in one winner’s hometown.”

To enter, fans can post a picture or video demonstrating what they’ve done to deserve a chance to have the Vince Lombardi Trophy in their hometown and tag @NFL and #NFL100Contest. The contest is live now through November 12 (11:59:59 p.m. ET). For official rules, visit

“Our centennial celebration gave us an opportunity to bring the NFL’s most iconic symbol of team success directly to a group of fans for the first time in the league’s 100-year history,” said Pete Abitante, NFL VP of Special Projects. “This once-in-a-century experience will help launch our 2019 season playoffs as we continue to celebrate our fans all the way to Super Bowl LIV in Miami.”




NFL Players of the Week NFC/AFC for Week 8




Running back JAMES CONNER of the Pittsburgh Steelers, defensive end JOEY BOSA of the Los Angeles Chargers and kicker ADAM VINATIERI of the Indianapolis Colts are the AFC Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week for games played in Week 8 (October 24, 27-28).






Offense Defense Special Teams
Wk 1 QB Lamar Jackson, Baltimore LB Cameron Wake, Tennessee P Ty Long, LA Chargers
Wk 2 QB Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City LB Whitney Mercilus, Houston P Jamie Gillan, Cleveland
Wk 3 QB Deshaun Watson, Houston DL Calais Campbell, Jacksonville P Jake Bailey, New England
Wk 4 RB Nick Chubb, Cleveland LB Kyle Van Noy, New England K Josh Lambo, Jacksonville
Wk 5 QB Deshaun Watson, Houston DE Justin Houston, Indianapolis K Justin Tucker, Baltimore
Wk 6 QB Sam Darnold, NY Jets LB Devin Bush, Pittsburgh K Justin Tucker, Baltimore
Wk 7 QB Jacoby Brissett, Indianapolis CB Tre’Davious White, Buffalo K Josh Lambo, Jacksonville
Wk 8 RB James Conner, Pittsburgh


DE Joey Bosa, LA Chargers K Adam Vinatieri, Indianapolis




Running back AARON JONES of the Green Bay Packers, defensive lineman NICK BOSA of the San Francisco 49ers and kicker DAN BAILEY of the Minnesota Vikings are the NFC Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week for games played in Week 8 (October 24, 27-28).





Offense Defense Special Teams
Wk 1 QB Dak Prescott, Dallas QB S Anthony Harris, Minnesota K Wil Lutz, New Orleans
Wk 2 QB Russell Wilson, Seattle LB Shaquil Barrett, Tampa Bay K Eddy Pineiro, Chicago
Wk 3 QB Daniel Jones, NY Giants LB Preston Smith, Green Bay P Thomas Morstead, New Orleans
Wk 4 QB Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay CB Janoris Jenkins, NY Giants K Joey Slye, Carolina
Wk 5 RB Aaron Jones, Green Bay DL Nick Bosa, San Francisco K Dan Bailey, Minnesota
Wk 6

Wk 7

Wk 8

QB Kyler Murray, Arizona

QB Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay

RB Aaron Jones, Green Bay

S Landon Collins, Washington
LB Chandler Jones, Arizona

DL Nick Bosa, San Francisco

P Thomas Morstead, New Orleans
K Brett Maher, Dallas

K Dan Bailey, Minnesota



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