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NFL Week 11 Statistics

by admin on Wednesday, November 25th, 2015

NFL LogoEach week of play brings interesting statistics and broken records you should know. From offense to defense, from single players to entire squads and teams. Check some worthy or interesting performances as we enter Week 12, sadly the roads to some teams will come to a stop in their efforts to become playoff material.

Throwing touchdowns. Week 11 left us with 13 performances of quarterbacks with at least 2 touchdown passes, accumulating 162 performances of this type in 2015 being the second highest number in the history of the NFL through Week 11. The 2014 season had 164 performances 2+ touchdowns performances up to the same week.

Close, very close. Until this week we had 84 games which have been decided by seven points or less (eight in Week 11), the most in NFL history into week 11. In 1988 there were 81 “close” games to the same week. Even if we add the games that have been decided by eight points or less, we had 89 which is also the most in league history up to the 11th week.

Still unbeaten. The Carolina Panthers and the New England Patriots are the only teams that maintain their unbeaten position with 10-0, this marks the fourth time in league history that a season has multiple teams with such a record. Other similar seasons were 1934, 1990 and 2009. Of the 15 teams that have started their season with a record of 10-0 until last year, 15 teams have moved into the playoffs nine of those teams advanced to the Super Bowl and from those, six teams have won the championship.

10-win seasons. With the Patriots win over the Bills on Monday Night, the team managed to have their 13th season in a row with at least 10 games won, marking the second best run of this kind in the League. The 49ers are the team that has the largest number of campaigns (16) with at least 10 games won ranging from 1983 to 1998.

The Chiefs got a clear win against the Chargers in San Diego and a 33-13 victory in Denver in Week 10 with a 29-13 final score, marking the first time since 1992 that a team wins by a 16+ points difference against division rivals on the road and in consecutive weeks.

Tom Brady being Brady. With the touchdown pass that he got in the game against the Bills, Brady reached 25 touchdown passes tying Brett Favre to second in history with 11 seasons of his career with at least that many touchdown passes. Peyton Manning is the all-time leader with 16 seasons of at least 25 TD.

Rawls Unstoppable. With a performance that the 49ers rookie Thomas Rawls had, reaching 255 combined yards (209 rushing and 46 receiving) plus 2 touchdowns (one rushing and one by pass) marks the first time in the history of the NFL a rookie gets at least 250 combined yards with one TD rushing and one TD per pass.

Soon to 13,000. Larry Fitzgerald on Sunday reached 13,077 receiving yards in his career becoming the third youngest wide receiver (32 years and 76 days) to reach 13,000 yards. Randy Moss retains the first reaching the mark at 31 and 298 days and Jerry Rice succeeding second at 32 and 59 days.

At full power. J.J. Watt got two sacks last Sunday against the Jets and thus reached 19 games with at least 2 sacks in his career, tying the Hall of Famer Richard Dent in second place as the most multi-sack games in their first 5 years. Reggie White is the leader with 24 multi-sack games in that period since 1982 when the statistic became official.

Kicking and achieving. Mason Crosby, Packers kicker, last Sunday against Vikings kicked five field goals (42, 47, 40, 42 and 52 yards) in his five attempts. With this he becomes the very first player in NFL history to achieve at least five field goals without fail from a distance of at least 40 yards.

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