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Terrell Suggs Sits Four Sacks Away From Playoff Record

Jan 8, 2020 10:32 AM

If he has a big postseason Terrell Suggs could own the NFL's playoff sack record.

Suggs has 12.5 sacks in 18 playoff games, all of which came with the Baltimore Ravens. Now with the Kansas City Chiefs, Suggs is primed for a deep run.

He is third all-time behind Bruce Smith (14.5 sacks) and Willie McGinest (16).

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Tags: Kansas City Chiefs, Misc Rumor, Stats

Jameis Winston Sits Two Interceptions From History

Dec 23, 2019 10:45 AM

Jameis Winston enters the final week of the season with 31 touchdowns and 28 interceptions.

No quarterback in NFL history has ever surpassed 30 scores and picks in the same season.

The last time the Tampa Bay Buccaneers faced the Atlanta Falcons, Winston tossed two interceptions.

The Falcons have just eight in their other 14 games.

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Tags: Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Stats

Drew Brees Sets Record For Most Career Touchdown Passes

Dec 17, 2019 8:47 AM

Drew Brees broke Peyton Manning's career touchdown record with a 5-yard pass to Josh Hill midway through the third quarter on Monday night.

The connection with Hill gave him 540 touchdown passes for his career.

Brees tied Tom Brady with his 538th career TD thanks to a 15-yard pass to Michael Thomas early in the second quarter. He then tied Manning's record at 539 with a 21-yard TD throw to Tre'Quan Smith midway through the second quarter.

Brees also made NFL history by registering a 96.7 completion percentage as the New Orleans Saints trounced the Indianapolis Colts 34-7.

"Listen, it was special, everything about the night," Brees said. "I don't know how they pick 'em. Monday Night Football, playing the Colts, the team that we won the Super Bowl against 10 years ago. So the whole Super Bowl XLIV team is back for the 10th anniversary. And, obviously, national television, big game, and now that record in the balance, as well. It just kind of makes you shake your head. 'Are you kidding me?'"

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Tags: New Orleans Saints, Stats

Lamar Jackson Breaks Michael Vick's Single-Season Rushing Record

Dec 13, 2019 8:34 AM

Lamar Jackson made NFL history in Thursday night's victory over the New York Jets.

Jackson broke Michael Vick's single-season rushing record by a quarterback on the Baltimore Ravens' opening drive.

"It's pretty cool," Jackson said. "My favorite player growing up. It's amazing, and I'm going to cherish that forever and just got to keep it going. Records are made to be broken, like he said. I heard him say that, and it's an honor for me to do it."

The second-year quarterback entered Thursday's game needing 23 yards to surpass Vick's mark of 1,039 yards set in 2006. That record was shattered on Jackson's third run of the game.

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Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Misc Rumor, Stats

Lamar Jackson Already Top 50 All-Time In QB Rushing Yards

Nov 26, 2019 9:35 AM

Lamar Jackson has only played 18 games in his NFL career, but he's already one of the best running quarterbacks in NFL history.

Jackson ran for 95 yards as the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Los Angeles Rams on Monday night.

He has 1,571 career rushing yards, moving him into 50th place all-time in quarterback rushing yards.

At his current rushing pace, Jackson could be as high as 31st on the all-time list by the end of this regular season.

Michael Vick is No. 1 all-time with 6,000+ yards.

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Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Stats

Michael Thomas On Pace To Set Record For Catches

Nov 25, 2019 10:28 AM

Michael Thomas has 104 catches through his first 11 games, the most in NFL history.

Marvin Harrison had 100 catches through 11 games in 2002 with the Indianapolis Colts, the previous mark.

Thomas is on pace to catch 151 passes this season, which would best Harrison's record of 143.

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Tags: New Orleans Saints, Misc Rumor, Stats

Lamar Jackson Makes History With Perfect Passer Rating

Nov 11, 2019 7:56 AM

Lamar Jackson posted a perfect passer rating against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, becoming just the second player in NFL history to produce a perfect rating in multiple games in a single season.

Ben Roethlisberger also did so with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2007.

"I'm a quarterback at the end of the day," Jackson said. "I want to prove that each and every day I go out and practice. I treat it like it's a game. If I miss a pass at practice, I'm ticked off."

Jackson had a perfect rating in Week 1 against the Miami Dolphins. The Baltimore Ravens quarterback also had the longest touchdown run of his career in Sunday's 49-13 win over the Bengals.

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Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Misc Rumor, Stats

Brett Maher Becomes First Kicker To Make Three 60-Yard FGs

Oct 21, 2019 8:40 AM

Brett Maher made NFL history on Sunday night when he made a 63-yard field goal at the end of the first half of the Dallas Cowboys' win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

Maher is the first kicker in league history to make three field goals of at least 60 yards.

"It's pretty cool," he said. "I didn't know [it was a record] until I got in here. That's definitely cool."

He made a 62-yarder against the Eagles last season at AT&T Stadium and a 62-yarder last week against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium.

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Tags: Dallas Cowboys, Stats

Danielle Hunter Sets Record For Most Sacks Before Turning 25

Oct 15, 2019 10:12 AM

Danielle Hunter has set an NFL record for the most sacks before his 25th birthday.

The Minnesota Vikings defensive end got to Carson Wentz on Sunday for the 46th sack of his career.

"Somebody told me that the day before the game, that if he got a sack that he would do that," Mike Zimmer said of the record.

Hunter turns 25 on October 29.

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Tags: Minnesota Vikings, Stats

Tom Brady Passes Peyton Manning For Second On Passing Yardage List

Oct 11, 2019 8:41 AM

Tom Brady surpassed Peyton Manning for second on the NFL's all-time passing yardage list during Thursday night's New England Patriots-New York Giants game.

Brady entered the game needing just 18 yards to pass his longtime rival.

He moved into second place with a 19-yard completion to Sony Michel at 14:20 of the first quarter. He finished New England's 31-14 win with 334 yards.

Brady now has 72,257 yards for his career, second only to Drew Brees' 74,845 yards. The totals are only for the regular season.

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Larry Fitzgerald Moves Into Second Place On Receptions List

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Bills Have Fewest Draft Picks On Roster In NFL, Bengals Have Most

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Ravens Win 16th Straight Preseason Game

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Kyler Murray Goes 6-For-7 On First Preseason Drive
The first overall pick completed 6-of-7 attempts for 44 yards on the night.

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Eric Ebron Wants To Set Tight End Touchdown Record
Eric Ebron, who scored a career-high 13 touchdowns last season, wants to break the record for touchdowns by a tight end.

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45 Percent Of '16 Draft First Rounders Have Fifth-Year Option Declined
In each of the last two years, 20 fifth-year options were picked up and 12 were declined.

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Von Miller Has Sights Set On 20-Sack Season
Von Miller also wants to break Bruce Smith's all-time sack record of 200.


Antonio Brown Wants To Pass Jerry Rice On Receiving List
During his introductory press conference with the Raiders, Antonio Brown says his ultimate goal is to pass Jerry Rice as the NFL's all-time leading receiver.

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Chiefs, Rams, Saints, Patriots In Top-5 Offensive DVOA
The combined over/under for both Championship Games is the highest in NFL history.

RealGM Staff Report

Infographic: Chargers, Colts Finish In Top-10 In Offense, Defense DVOA
The Chargers and Colts rank in the top-10 in both Offensive and Defensive DVOA.

RealGM Staff Report

McCaffrey First In 33 Years With 50 Yards Rushing, Receiving, Passing
Christian McCaffrey was a true jack-of-all-trades for the Panthers on Monday night.

Pro Football Reference

Lamar Jackson Running More Than Any Quarterback In History
In Lamar Jackson's starts, the Ravens have 234 runs and 119 passes, a ratio unheard of in today's NFL.

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Chris Jones Ties Mark With 10-Game Sack Streak
Chris Jones, 24, has 14 total sacks this season for the Chiefs.

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Larry Fitzgerald Passes Jerry Rice's Catch Mark
Larry Fitzgerald has passed Jerry Rice for the most catches with one team in NFL history.

Josh Weinfuss/ESPN

Aaron Rodgers Sets Mark For Most Passes Without Interception
Aaron Rodgers has 23 touchdowns and just one interception this season.

Rob Demovsky/ESPN

Eli Manning One Loss From Tying Brett Favre For Second-Most Ever
If the Giants lose on Sunday, Eli Manning will tie Brett Favre for the second-most quarterback losses in NFL history.

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Odell Beckham Wants To Reach 2,000 Receiving Yards
Odell Beckham, Jr. reached the 1,000-yard mark last Sunday for the fourth time in his five-year career.

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Zach Ertz On Pace To Break Tight End Catch Mark
Zach Ertz has 84 catches for 895 yards this season, putting him on pace for a historic season.

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Michael Thomas Has Unprecedented Catch Rate
Michael Thomas has caught 82 of the 91 passes he's been targeted on this season.

Michael David Smith/Pro Football Talk

Rams, Chiefs Put Up Record Numbers On MNF
The Rams and Chiefs set records in a wild 54-51 game on Monday night.