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J.J. Watt Ahead Of 2012 PFF Pace

Oct 31, 2013 1:38 PM

J.J. Watt set a Pro Football Focus grading record last season with a mark of +101.6.

The Houston Texans have struggled at times this season, but Watt is actually on pace for +101.7.

Watt's glamour numbers are down with 4.5 sacks and three passes defensed, but his overall production remains incredibly high.

Pete Damilatis/Pro Football Focus

Tags: Houston Texans, IQ, Stats

Griffin Has 22 Fumbles In 23 Career Games

Oct 27, 2013 11:23 PM

Robert Griffin III fumbled twice in the Washington Redskins loss on Sunday with one of the two lost to the Broncos.

Griffin now has 22 fumbles in 23 career games including the playoffs.

Dan Steinberg/DC Sports Blog

Tags: Washington Redskins, Stats

Calvin Johnson Shatters Single-Game Receiving Record With 329 Yards

Oct 27, 2013 8:11 PM

Calvin Johnson caught 14 passes for 329 yards and one touchdown, shattering the single-game receiving record of 238 yards set in October of 1973 by Harold Jackson of the Los Angeles Rams.

Johnson had seven 20-plus yard receptions.

Johnson was also tackled inside the 5-yard line four times.

Calvin Watkins/ESPN

Tags: Detroit Lions, Fantasy, IQ, Stats

Schwartz Credits Leads For Stafford's Improved Interception Rate

Oct 23, 2013 1:58 PM

Matthew Stafford's interceptions are down this season, but Jim Schwartz isn't sure if has as much to do with improved decision-making as it does playing with a lead.

"A lot of Matthew's interceptions last year came late in games when we were down a bunch," Schwartz said. "We didn't do a good enough job of supporting him. You saw some of those interceptions and things like that. His interceptions last year, I think, were only up one over our 2011 playoff year. So I wouldn't necessarily credit or put that on the fact that he's improved his decision making. Since the time he has come into the league he has had great command over what we want to do offensively and also what defenses do. But I think any quarterback, if you're behind in games, there's going to be more opportunities for you to make mistakes and things like that because you're trying to catch up in the game."

Todd Archer/ESPN

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Eagles Victories Have Come Against Teams With One Combined Win

Oct 14, 2013 12:48 PM

The Philadelphia Eagles improved to 3-3 with a 31-20 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.

The Eagles' opponents in their three wins have combined to win just one game between them (Buccaneers, Washington Redskins, New York Giants).

Two of the Eagles' losses have come against teams that remain undefeated (Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs).

RealGM Staff Report

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Ray Rice Ranks Last In Broken Tackles

Oct 8, 2013 12:32 PM

Ray Rice has averaged just 1.6 yards after contact this season, which is only better than Daryl Richardson, Willis McGahee, Lamar Miller and Chris Johnson in terms of starting running backs.

Rice has previously averaged 2.3 yards or more after contact.

Rice has only broken two tackles, which is the fewest of any running back with 50 or more carries.

With a depleted offensive line and an injured hip, Rice has struggled to put up his usual production.

Jamison Hensley/ESPN

Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Fantasy, IQ, Stats

J.J. Watt's Production Ahead Of 2013 Pace

Oct 7, 2013 5:14 PM

J.J. Watt is ahead of his record-setting 2012 pace in Pro Football Focus' grading this season.

Watt had a +35.3 through the first five weeks last season and a +36.1 this season.

Pro Football Focus

Tags: Houston Texans, IQ, Stats

Cutler Loses Just 2nd Game Of Career With 100+ Passer Rating

Oct 6, 2013 9:15 PM

The Chicago Bears lost 26-18 to the New Orleans Saints in Week 5 despite Jay Cutler finishing the game with a 128.1 passer rating.

Cutler had only lost one of 27 games as a starter with a passer rating of 100 or better.

“There were a few downs that we missed. There was a big fourth down going in that we missed. We weren’t as efficient in the red zone,” Cutler said. “A few plays here and there against a team like that, the way they played offensively and ate up the clock, it’s hard to rebound if you miss three or four plays.” 

Michael C. Wright/ESPN

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Alshon Jeffery Breaks Bears' Receiving Record With 218 Yards

Oct 6, 2013 9:10 PM

Alshon Jeffery finished Week 5 with 218 yards on 10 receptions, breaking a 59-year-old franchise record.

The Chicago Bears' previous single-game mark of 214 receiving yards was set in 1954 by Harlon Hill.

The Bears lost the game 26-18 to the New Orleans Saints.

“It’s not about what I did; it’s about what the team did, and we didn’t get the win,” Jeffery said. “So that’s what I focus on. I feel like what I did out there. … I’m more concerned about the W, not about what I did. It’s a team thing. There were eleven guys that took for me to get 200-plus yards or whatever I had.” 

Michael C. Wright/ESPN

Tags: Chicago Bears, Stats

Jimmy Graham Becomes First Tight End To Win Player Of Month

Oct 3, 2013 10:47 AM

Jimmy Graham has been named the NFC Offensive Player of the Month.

Graham caught 27 balls for 458 yards and six touchdowns.

No tight end had ever previously been named Player of the Month.

Michael David Smith/Pro Football Talk

Tags: New Orleans Saints, IQ, Personal Award, Stats