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What to look for, expectations for NFL Week 10

 

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WHAT TO LOOK FOR – WEEK 10

TOP BILLING: New England head coach BILL BELICHICK has 269 career wins, including the postseason, in his 23-year head coaching career with the Browns and Patriots.

With a victory on Sunday night at Denver, Belichick would tie Pro Football Hall of Famer TOM LANDRY (270) for the third-most total wins by a head coach in NFL history.

The head coaches with the most total wins (including the postseason) in NFL history:

COACH TEAM(S) WINS LOSSES TIES WIN PCT.
Don Shula^ Baltimore Colts, Miami 347 173 6 .666
George Halas^ Chicago 324 151 31 .682
Tom Landry^ Dallas 270 178 6 .603
Bill Belichick Cleveland, New England 269 127 0 .679
Curly Lambeau^ Green Bay, Chicago Cardinals, Washington 229 134 22 .631
^Pro Football Hall of Famer      

– NFL –

COMPLETE PLAYERS: Los Angeles Chargers quarterback PHILIP RIVERS (3,984) and Pittsburgh quarterback BEN ROETHLISBERGER (3,972) enter Week 10 ranked ninth and 10th, respectively, on the NFL’s all-time completions list.

This week, Rivers and Roethlisberger can become the eighth and ninth players in NFL history to record at least 4,000 career completions.

The players with at least 4,000 career completions in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM(S) CAREER COMPLETIONS
Brett Favre^ Green Bay, New York Jets, Minnesota 6,300
Peyton Manning Indianapolis, Denver 6,125
Drew Brees San Diego, New Orleans 6,033*
Tom Brady New England 5,450*
Dan Marino^ Miami 4,967
Eli Manning New York Giants 4,259*
John Elway^ Denver 4,123
     
Philip Rivers San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers 3,984*
Ben Roethlisberger Pittsburgh 3,972*
^Pro Football Hall of Famer
*Active

– NFL –

STELLAR STREAK: New York Giants quarterback ELI MANNING, who became the seventh player in NFL history with 50,000 career passing yards (50,034) in Week 9, has started 207 consecutive games.

With a start on Sunday at San Francisco, Manning would tie his brother, PEYTON MANNING (208), for the second-longest streak of consecutive starts in NFL history. Only Pro Football Hall of Famer BRETT FAVRE (297) has started more consecutive games.

The players with the most consecutive starts in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM(S) SEASONS CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED  
Brett Favre^ Green Bay, New York Jets, Minnesota 1992-2010 297  
Peyton Manning Indianapolis 1998-2010 208  
Eli Manning New York Giants 2004-present 207*  
^Pro Football Hall of Famer
*Active streak

– NFL –

DAK ATTACK: Dallas quarterback DAK PRESCOTT passed for two touchdowns and rushed for a touchdown in the Cowboys’ 28-17 victory against Kansas City in Week 9. Prescott, who is in his second NFL season, has five career games with multiple touchdown passes and a rushing touchdown.

This Sunday at Atlanta, Prescott can tie CAM NEWTON (six) for the most games with multiple touchdown passes and a rushing touchdown in a player’s first two career seasons.

The players with the most games with multiple touchdown passes and a rushing touchdown in their first two seasons:

PLAYER TEAM YEARS GAMES WITH 2+ TD PASSES & RUSH TD
Cam Newton Carolina 2011-12 6
Dak Prescott Dallas 2016-17 5*
Steve Grogan New England 1975-76 5
*In second season

– NFL –

AWESOME ADRIAN: Arizona running back ADRIAN PETERSON rushed for 159 yards on a career-high 37 carries in the Cardinals’ 20-10 victory at San Francisco in Week 9. The performance marked Peterson’s 19th career game with at least 150 rushing yards.

On Thursday night against Seattle, Peterson can join Pro Football Hall of Famers BARRY SANDERS (25), JIM BROWN (22) and WALTER PAYTON (20) as the only players in NFL history with 20 career games with at least 150 rushing yards.

The players with the most career games with at least 150 rushing yards in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM(S) GAMES WITH 150+ RUSHING YARDS  
Barry Sanders^ Detroit 25  
Jim Brown^ Cleveland 22  
Walter Payton^ Chicago 20  
Adrian Peterson Minnesota, Arizona 19  
^Pro Football Hall of Famer

– NFL –

DYNAMIC DUO: Pittsburgh running back LE’VEON BELL (979 scrimmage yards) and wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN (835) rank fourth and fifth, respectively, in the NFL in scrimmage yards.

If Bell and Brown each reach 1,000 scrimmage yards on Sunday at Indianapolis, it would mark the seventh time in NFL history that a pair of teammates had at least 1,000 scrimmage yards each in their team’s first nine games of a season.

Bell and Brown, who also accomplished the feat in 2014, would join Indianapolis’ EDGERRIN JAMES and MARVIN HARRISON (1999 and 2000) as the only pairs of teammates in NFL history to each record at least 1,000 scrimmage yards in their team’s first nine games of a season multiple times.

The pairs of teammates in NFL history with at least 1,000 scrimmage yards each in the first nine games of a season:

TEAM SEASON PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YARDS PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YARDS
Atlanta 2015 Devonta Freeman 1,141 Julio Jones 1,029
Pittsburgh 2014 Le’Veon Bell 1,144 Antonio Brown 1,009
St. Louis 2000 Marshall Faulk^ 1,326 Isaac Bruce 1,019
Indianapolis 2000 Edgerrin James 1,294 Marvin Harrison 1,004
Indianapolis 1999 Edgerrin James 1,221 Marvin Harrison^ 1,000
Dallas 1995 Emmitt Smith^ 1,361 Michael Irvin^ 1,023
           
Pittsburgh* 2017 Le’Veon Bell 979 Antonio Brown 835
^Pro Football Hall of Famer
*Through eight games

– NFL –

CATCHING CHRISTIAN: Carolina rookie running back CHRISTIAN MC CAFFREY ranks third in the NFL and leads all running backs with 54 catches.

With eight catches on Monday against Miami, McCaffrey would surpass REGGIE BUSH (61 in 2006) for the most receptions by a rookie running back in his team’s first 10 games of a season in NFL history.

The rookie running backs with the most receptions in their team’s first 10 games of a season:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON RECEPTIONS IN TEAM’S 1ST 10 GAMES  
Reggie Bush New Orleans 2006 61  
Christian McCaffrey Carolina 2017 54*  
Earl Cooper San Francisco 1980 53  
*Through nine games

– NFL –

EVERY DAY EVERSON: Minnesota defensive end EVERSON GRIFFEN ranks third in the NFL with 10 sacks and has recorded a sack in all eight of Minnesota’s games this season.

With a sack on Sunday at Washington, Griffen would become the first player to record a sack in each of his team’s first nine games to start a season since the individual sack became an official statistic in 1982. Indianapolis’ DWIGHT FREENEY (2009) and ROBERT MATHIS (2005) are the only other players to each record a sack in their team’s first eight games of a season.

The players to record a sack in each of their team’s first eight games of a season since 1982:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON SACK IN EACH GAME TO START A SEASON
Everson Griffen Minnesota 2017 8*
Dwight Freeney Indianapolis 2009 8
Robert Mathis Indianapolis 2005 8
*Active streak

– NFL –

TERRIFIC TITAN: Tennessee safety KEVIN BYARD, who had three interceptions in Week 7, had two interceptions in the Titans’ 23-20 victory over Baltimore in Week 9.

With an interception on Sunday against Cincinnati, Byard, who has five interceptions in the Titans’ past two games (Tennessee had a bye in Week 8), will join JAIRUS BYRD (2009), ALBERT LEWIS (1985) and Pro Football Hall of Famers KENNY EASLEY (1984) and MIKE HAYNES (1976) as the only players in the Super Bowl era (since 1966) with six interceptions over a three-game span in a single season.

With two interceptions on Sunday, Byard would become the first player in the Super Bowl era with seven interceptions over a three-game span in a single season.

The players with the most interceptions over a three-game span in a single season in the Super Bowl era:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON WEEKS INTS IN 3-GAME SPAN
Jairus Byrd Buffalo 2009 6-8 6
Albert Lewis Kansas City 1985 14-16 6
Kenny Easley^ Seattle 1984 9-11 6
Mike Haynes^ New England 1976 9-11 6
Mike Haynes^ New England 1976 10-12 6
         
Kevin Byard Tennessee 2017 7, 9 5*
^Pro Football Hall of Famer
*In two games

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com