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Week 7 in the NFL is here! What to look for

WHAT TO LOOK FOR – WEEK 7

​CARDINALS CLIMBING CHARTS: Running back ADRIAN PETERSON rushed for 134 yards with two touchdowns in his Arizona debut in the Cardinals’ 38-33 win over Tampa Bay in Week 6.

Peterson has 11,962 career rushing yards in 128 games. With 38 rushing yards on Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams, he would reach 12,000 career rushing yards in the fourth-fewest games in NFL history.

The players to reach 12,000 career rushing yards in the fewest games:

PLAYER TEAM(S) GAMES TO REACH 12,000 RUSHING YARDS
Jim Brown^ Cleveland 115
Eric Dickerson^ Los Angeles Rams, Indianapolis 118
Barry Sanders^ Detroit 125
LaDainian Tomlinson^ San Diego 132
Emmitt Smith^ Dallas 133
     
Adrian Peterson Minnesota, New Orleans, Arizona 128*
*Has 11,962 career rushing yards

^Pro Football Hall of Famer

 

​With a rushing touchdown on Sunday, Peterson, who has 99 career rushing touchdowns, will become the ninth player in NFL history with 100 career rushing touchdowns and would reach the mark in the fifth-fewest games.

​​The fewest games to reach 100 career rushing touchdowns:

PLAYER TEAM(S) GAMES TO 100 RUSHING TDS
LaDainian Tomlinson^ San Diego 93
Emmitt Smith^ Dallas 99
Jim Brown^ Cleveland 113
Shaun Alexander Seattle 119
Marshall Faulk^ Indianapolis, St. Louis 152
     
Adrian Peterson Minnesota, New Orleans, Arizona 128*
*Has 99 career rushing touchdowns

^Pro Football Hall of Famer

With two rushing touchdowns on Sunday, Peterson will pass Pro Football Hall of Famer MARSHALL FAULK (100) and SHAUN ALEXANDER (100) for the seventh-most rushing touchdowns in NFL history.

The players with the most career rushing touchdowns in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM(S) CAREER RUSH TDS  
Emmitt Smith^ Dallas, Arizona 164  
LaDainian Tomlinson^ San Diego, New York Jets 145  
Marcus Allen^ Los Angeles Raiders, Kansas City 123  
Walter Payton^ Chicago 110  
Jim Brown^ Cleveland 106  
John Riggins^ New York Jets, Washington 104  
Shaun Alexander Seattle 100  
Marshall Faulk^ Indianapolis, St. Louis 100  
Adrian Peterson Minnesota, New Orleans, Arizona 99  
Barry Sanders^ Detroit 99  
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

Arizona wide receiver LARRY FITZGERALD had 138 receiving yards and a touchdown catch against Tampa Bay in Week 6. Peterson (99 career rushing touchdowns) and Fitzgerald (107 career receiving touchdowns) can become the first pair of teammates in NFL history with 100 rushing touchdowns and 100 receiving touchdowns, respectively.

Fitzgerald has 14,854 career receiving yards. With 81 receiving yards on Sunday, he will pass Pro Football Hall of Famer TIM BROWN (14,934) for sixth all-time in career receiving yards.

​The players with the most career receiving yards in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM(S) CAREER REC. YARDS
Jerry Rice^ San Francisco, Oakland, Seattle 22,895
Terrell Owens San Francisco, Philadelphia, Dallas, Buffalo, Cincinnati 15,934
Randy Moss Minnesota, Oakland, New England, Tennessee, San Francisco 15,292
Isaac Bruce Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams, San Francisco 15,208
Tony Gonzalez Kansas City, Atlanta 15,127
Tim Brown^ Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders, Tampa Bay 14,934
Larry Fitzgerald Arizona 14,854
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

​– NFL –

SMOOTH SMITH: Kansas City quarterback ALEX SMITH passed for 246 yards with a touchdown and zero interceptions in the Chiefs’ Week 6 loss to Pittsburgh.

Smith has thrown at least one touchdown pass with zero interceptions in each of his team’s first six games to start the season, leading the Chiefs to a 5-1 record.

Smith, who faces Oakland on Thursday night, can become the second player in NFL history to throw at least one touchdown pass with no interceptions in each of his team’s first seven games of a season, joining MILT PLUM, who accomplished the feat for the 1960 Browns.

– NFL –

EVERY GAME EVERSON: Minnesota defensive end EVERSON GRIFFEN recorded a sack in the Vikings’ 23-10 win over Green Bay in Week 6.

Griffen, who has seven sacks this season, has recorded a sack in all six of Minnesota’s games. With a sack on Sunday against Baltimore, Griffen would become the sixth player to record a sack in each of his team’s first seven games to start a season since the sack became an official statistic in 1982.

The players to record a sack in each of their team’s first seven games of a season:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON
Dwight Freeney Indianapolis 2009
DeMarcus Ware Dallas 2008
Robert Mathis Indianapolis 2005
Shaun Ellis New York Jets 2003
William Fuller Philadelphia 1994
     
Everson Griffen Minnesota 2017*
*Six games

– NFL –

AMAZIN’ ANTONIO: Pittsburgh wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN had eight catches for 155 yards, including a 51-yard touchdown catch with 3:24 remaining, in the Steelers’ 19-13 win at Kansas City last week.

Brown leads the league with 48 receptions for 700 receiving yards this season. With two receptions and 100 receiving yards on Sunday against Cincinnati, he would join WES WELKER (2011) as the only players in NFL history to record at least 50 receptions and 800 receiving yards through their team’s first seven games of a season.

PLAYER TEAM SEASON RECEPTIONS RECEIVING YARDS  
Wes Welker New England 2011 57 824  
           
Antonio Brown* Pittsburgh 2017 48 700  
*Through six games  

– NFL –

ROOKIE RUSHERS: Kansas City running back KAREEM HUNT had 110 yards from scrimmage (89 receiving, 21 rushing) in the Chiefs’ Week 6 game.

With 115 scrimmage yards on Thursday, Hunt, who leads the NFL with 885 scrimmage yards, will become the second rookie in NFL history with at least 1,000 scrimmage yards in his team’s first seven games of a season. Only Pro Football Hall of Famer ERIC DICKERSON (1,045 in 1983) has accomplished the feat.

The rookies with the most scrimmage yards in their team’s first seven games of a season:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON SCRIMMAGE YARDS IN TEAM’S FIRST 7 GAMES  
Eric Dickerson^ Los Angeles Rams 1983 1,045  
Billy Sims Detroit 1980 991  
Ezekiel Elliott Dallas 2016 949  
Adrian Peterson Minnesota 2007 927  
Beattie Feathers Chicago 1934 919  
         
Kareem Hunt Kansas City 2017 885*  
*Through six games
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

Jacksonville running back LEONARD FOURNETTE rushed for 130 yards, including a 75-yard touchdown, in the Jaguars’ loss to the Los Angeles Rams in Week 6. Fournette is the only rookie in NFL history with a touchdown run of at least 75 yards in consecutive games.

With two touchdowns at Indianapolis on Sunday, Fournette, who leads the NFL with six rushing touchdowns, will tie JOHN HENRY JOHNSON (eight in 1954) and BILLY KILMER (eight, 1961) for the third-most rushing touchdowns by a rookie through a team’s first seven games of a season.

The rookies with the most rushing touchdowns in their team’s first seven games of a season:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON RUSHING TDS IN TEAM’S FIRST 7 GAMES
Eric Dickerson^ Los Angeles Rams 1983 12
Marcus Allen^ Los Angeles Raiders 1982 9
Billy Kilmer San Francisco 1961 8
John Henry Johnson^ San Francisco 1954 8
Many tied     7
       
Leonard Fournette Jacksonville 2017 6*
*Through six games
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

– NFL –

50K CLUB: New York Giants quarterback ELI MANNING has 49,680 passing yards and 329 touchdown passes in 14 career seasons.

With 320 passing yards on Sunday against Seattle, Manning would become the seventh player in NFL history with 50,000 career passing yards.

The players with 50,000 career passing yards in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM(S) CAREER PASSING YARDS
Peyton Manning Indianapolis, Denver 71,940
Brett Favre^ Green Bay, New York Jets, Minnesota 71,838
Drew Brees San Diego, New Orleans 67,432*
Tom Brady New England 63,541*
Dan Marino^ Miami 61,361
John Elway^ Denver 51,475
     
Eli Manning New York Giants 49,680*
*Active

^Pro Football Hall of Famer

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com