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Expectations for Week 14 in the NFL

WHAT TO LOOK FOR – WEEK 14

RUSHING INTO HISTORY: The BALTIMORE RAVENS enter Week 14 with the league’s top rushing attack, having rushed for the third-most yards (2,494) by a team in its first 12 games of a season since 1970. Only the 1972 MIAMI DOLPHINS (2,586 rushing yards) and the 1975 BUFFALO BILLS (2,505) had more.

Last week, Baltimore quarterback LAMAR JACKSON rushed for 101 yards and a touchdown, surpassing MICHAEL VICK (three games in both 2004 and 2006) and RUSSELL WILSON (three in 2014) for the most games with at least 100 rushing yards by a quarterback in a single season in NFL history. Jackson has now rushed for 977 yards in 2019.

With 63 rushing yards on Sunday at Buffalo (1:00 PM ET, CBS), Jackson would surpass Vick (1,039 rushing yards in 2006) for the most rushing yards by a quarterback in a single season in NFL history.

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50,000 IN SIGHT: Atlanta quarterback MATT RYAN ranks sixth in the NFL with 3,246 passing yards this season and has 49,966 passing yards in 185 games during his 12-year NFL career.

With 34 passing yards on Sunday against Carolina (1:00 PM ET, FOX), Ryan would become the second-fastest player to reach 50,000 career passing yards in NFL history.

The players to reach 50,000 passing yards in the fewest games in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM(S) GAMES TO 50,000 PASS YARDS  
Drew Brees San Diego, New Orleans 183  
Peyton Manning Indianapolis 191  
Dan MarinoHOF Miami 193  
Philip Rivers San Diego 196  
       
Matt Ryan Atlanta 186*  
*On Sunday

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TAKING THE NEXT STEP IN TENNESSEE: Tennessee enters Week 14 on a three-game winning streak, averaging 36 points per game since Week 10 – the second-most in the NFL over that span.

Tennessee quarterback RYAN TANNEHILL leads the NFL with a 113.9 passer rating entering Week 14, having completed more than 75 percent of his pass attempts with a passer rating of 130 or higher in each of his past two games.

On Sunday against Oakland (4:25 PM ET, CBS), Tannehill can join AARON RODGERS (three games in 2011) as the only players to complete at least 75 percent of their passes with a passer rating of 130 or higher (min. 10 attempts) in three consecutive games in a single season in NFL history.

Additionally, with at least two touchdown passes and a passer rating of 125 or higher, Tannehill would join RUSSELL WILSON (five games in 2015) as the only players with four consecutive games with at least two passing touchdowns and a passer rating of 125 or higher in NFL history.

Since Week 10, Tennessee running back DERRICK HENRY leads the NFL in rushing yards (496) and rushing touchdowns (five).

With at least 150 scrimmage yards and a rushing touchdown against Oakland on Sunday, Henry can become the fifth player with at least 150 scrimmage yards and a rushing touchdown in four consecutive games in NFL history.

The players with at least 150 scrimmage yards and a rushing touchdown in four consecutive games in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON CONSECUTIVE GAMES
LaDainian TomlinsonHOF San Diego 2006 4
Larry Johnson Kansas City 2005 4
Priest Holmes Kansas City 2002 4
Terrell DavisHOF Denver 1998 4
       
Derrick Henry Tennessee 2019 3*
*Active streak

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FIRST TO 2,000: Carolina running back CHRISTIAN MCCAFFREY leads the NFL with 1,811 scrimmage yards through 12 games in 2019.

With at least 189 scrimmage yards on Sunday at Atlanta (1:00 PM ET, FOX), McCaffrey would tie for the fewest games to reach 2,000 scrimmage yards in a season in NFL history.

The players to reach 2,000 scrimmage yards in a season in the fewest games in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON GAMES TO REACH 2,000
Jim BrownHOF Cleveland 1963 13
Priest Holmes Kansas City 2002 13
Chris Johnson Tennessee 2009 13
Walter PaytonHOF Chicago 1977 13
O.J. SimpsonHOF Buffalo 1975 13
       
Christian McCaffrey Carolina 2019 12*
*Has 1,811 scrimmage yards entering Sunday

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NFC SHOWDOWN IN BIG EASY: The NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (10-2), who clinched the NFC South last week, host the SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (10-2) on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, FOX) in a matchup of two of the league’s most talented backfields.

Since entering the NFL in 2017, New Orleans running back ALVIN KAMARA ranks second among running backs with 1,979 receiving yards and ranks fourth across all players with 4,177 scrimmage yards.

Kamara – who has 587 rushing yards and 444 receiving yards this season – needs 56 receiving yards on Sunday against San Francisco, to become the third player with at least 500 rushing and 500 receiving yards in each of his first three seasons in NFL history.

The players with at least 500 rushing and 500 receiving yards in each of their first three seasons in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM SEASONS
Abner Haynes Dallas Texans 1960-62
Herschel Walker Dallas Cowboys 1986-88
     
Alvin Kamara New Orleans 2017-18*
*Has 587 rushing yards and 444 receiving yards in 2019

Meanwhile, San Francisco features one of the most balanced rushing attacks in the NFL this season. Led by running backs MATT BREIDA (542 rushing yards), RAHEEM MOSTERT (539) and TEVIN COLEMAN (454), the 49ers boast the NFC’s top rushing offense (148 yards per game) in 2019.

With 46 rushing yards from Coleman, San Francisco would become the first team with three running backs to each have at least 500 rushing yards in a season since the 2004 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS, when PRIEST HOLMES (892 rushing yards), LARRY JOHNSON (581) and DERRICK BLAYLOCK (539) accomplished the feat.

Additionally, if Coleman reaches 500 rushing yards for the season on Sunday, San Francisco would become the first team to have three running backs with at least 500 rushing yards each in its first 13 games of a season since the 1978 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS.

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AMONG THE GREATS: Kansas City tight end TRAVIS KELCE leads the AFC with 923 receiving yards this season.

With at least 77 receiving yards on Sunday at New England (4:25 PM ET, CBS), Kelce would become the fourth tight end with at least four seasons of at least 1,000 receiving yards in NFL history.

The tight ends with the most seasons with at least 1,000 receiving yards in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM SEASONS WITH 1,000+ REC. YARDS  
Tony GonzalezHOF Kansas City 4  
Rob Gronkowski New England 4  
Jason Witten Dallas 4  
       
Travis Kelce Kansas City 3*  
*Has 923 receiving yards in 2019

If Kelce reaches 1,000 receiving yards in 2019, he would become the first tight end with at least 1,000 receiving yards in four consecutive seasons in NFL history, surpassing GREG OLSEN (three seasons from 2014-16).

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MAN OF STEEL: The PITTSBURGH STEELERS defense leads the NFL with 30 takeaways and has an AFC-leading 43 sacks this season, led by linebacker T.J. WATT’s AFC-high 12.5 sacks.

If Watt – who has at least a half sack in nine consecutive games – records at least half a sack against Arizona on Sunday (4:25 PM ET, CBS), he would become the fifth player to have at least half a sack in 10 consecutive games since 1982, when the individual sack became an official statistic.

The players with at least half a sack in 10 consecutive games in a single season since 1982:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON CONSECUTIVE GAMES  
Chris Jones Kansas City 2018 11  
Michael StrahanHOF New York Giants 2002 10  
Jevon Kearse Tennessee 1999 10  
Simon Fletcher Denver 1991 10  
         
T.J. Watt Pittsburgh 2019 9*  
*Active streak

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PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

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