For the first time this season, there are teams that can already clinch a spot in the 2022 NFL postseason.

MEXICO CITY.- The MINNESOTA VIKINGS (9-2) can clinch their first NFC North title since 2017, while the PHILADELPHIA EAGLES can clinch a postseason berth for the second straight season and the fifth time in the past six seasons. For the full Week 13 qualifying overview for each club, click here.

KINGDOM OF CHIEFS. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (9-2) has won five straight games and is closing in on its eighth straight playoff berth, the longest active streak in the NFL. Since he took over as Kansas City’s head coach in 2013, ANDY REID has led the franchise to at least nine wins each season and his 112 regular-season wins over that span is the most in the league.

With a win at Cincinnati on Sunday (4:25 PM ET, CBS), Reid can become the third head coach in NFL history to post at least 10 regular-season wins in eight consecutive seasons. joining BILL BELICHICK (17 consecutive seasons from 2003-19) and GEORGE SEIFERT (eight consecutive seasons from 1989-96).

Additionally, Reid – who also had eight 10-win seasons with Philadelphia – can surpass Hall of Famer TOM LANDRY (16 seasons) for the third-most 10-win seasons by a head coach in league history. nfl. Only Belichick (20 seasons) and Hall of Famer DON SHULA (20) have more.

Quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES enters the week leading the league with 3,585 passing yards and 29 touchdown passes this season, and has had 300 passing yards in each of the last six games.

With 300 passing yards on Sunday, Mahomes will record 300 passing yards in seven or more consecutive games for the second time in his career (2018, Weeks 2-9) and will become the first player in history to accomplish such a feat within one game. season twice. ANDREW LUCK (2014, Weeks 3-11) and DREW BREES (2011, Weeks 10-17) are the only other players in league history to do it once.

CARRYING TOWARDS HISTORY. Sunday’s game at Lincoln Financial Field between the TENNESSEE TITANS (7-4) and the PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (10-1) – two division leaders – will feature the second-best running back in the league, DERRICK HENRY (95.3 rushing yards per game). , from Tennessee, and the third-best rushing attack in the NFL, Philadelphia’s (162.5 rushing yards per game).

In six road games this season, Henry has totaled 662 rushing yards (110.3 per game), with nine touchdown carries, and notched a touchdown carry in each game. With a touchdown run in Philadelphia on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, FOX), Henry will become the third player in history to record a touchdown carry in each of his first seven road games in a season. , joining DALTON HILLIARD (1989) and Hall of Famer JOHN RIGGINS (1983).

Since entering the league in 2016, Henry leads all players with 75 touchdown carries. With a TD carry on Sunday, Henry – making his 98th career appearance – will tie PRIEST HOLMES (76 TD carries) for the sixth-most TD carries by a player in the first 100 games of his career in the NBA era. superbowl.

Last week, Philadelphia quarterback JALEN HURTS totaled 157 rushing yards, the fourth-most rushing yards by a quarterback in a regular-season game in NFL history. He leads all quarterbacks this season with eight touchdown carries, and ranks third with 561 rushing yards.

Hurts, who led all quarterbacks with 10 TD carries in 2021, needs two TD carries Sunday to join CAM NEWTON as the only quarterbacks in history with at least 10 TD carries in multiple seasons. He may become the first quarterback in history to accomplish such a feat in back-to-back seasons.

Hurts already has the most games with at least two TD carries by a quarterback in his first three seasons (seven).

As a team, the Eagles lead the league with 21 TD carries this season, led by Hurts and running back MILES SANDERS each with eight. With two TD carries on Sunday, Philadelphia will tie the 2016 BUFFALO BILLS (23 TD carries) and 2004 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (23) for the third-most TD carries by a team in its first 12 games of a season since 2000.

THE STARS MEET IN LAS VEGAS. The LOS ANGELES CHARGERS (6-5) travel to Allegiant Stadium to face the LAS VEGAS RAIDERS (4-7) in a matchup between AFC West opponents. Each club has a receiver who can make history in the duel.

Since week 13 of the 2021 season, Los Angeles Chargers receiver MIKE WILLIAMS has surpassed 100 receiving yards in each of his last five road games. With 100 receiving yards in Las Vegas on Sunday, Williams will become the fourth different player to record at least 100 receiving yards in six consecutive road games in the Super Bowl era, joining Hall of Famers MICHAEL IRVIN ( 1995), CALVIN JOHNSON (2012-13) and JERRY RICE (1990 and 1995-96).

Las Vegas receiver DAVANTE ADAMS ranks second in the league with 10 touchdown receptions and fourth with 999 receiving yards this season, in his first year as a Raiders player. Adams totaled 507 receiving yards (126.8 per game) and five touchdown receptions in four games against the AFC West this season, and has topped 100 receiving yards in every game.

With 100 receiving yards against the Chargers, Adams will join GARY CLARK (1987) and Hall of Famer MICHAEL IRVIN (1995) as the only players in history with at least 100 receiving yards in each of their first five. division games of a season.

Chargers running back AUSTIN EKELER is the only player in the league with at least five TD carries (seven) and five TD receptions (five) this season, while Raiders running back JOSH JACOBS leads the NFL in career career rushing yards. from scrimmage (1,484) and rushing yards (1,159).

With a touchdown reception on Sunday, Ekeler – who tied for the league lead with 20 touchdowns (12 rushing, eight receiving) in 2021 – will become the fourth player in history with at least six touchdown carries and six touchdown receptions in seasons. consecutive.

Last week, Jacobs posted a franchise-record single-game 303 scrimmage yards (229 rushing, 74 receiving) and two touchdown carries, becoming the sixth player in NFL history with at least 300 yards. from scrimmage and multiple scrimmage scores in the same game.

With 197 scrimmage yards on Sunday, Jacobs could become the third different player in history to record at least 500 scrimmage yards in a two-game span, joining Hall of Famers OLLIE MATSON and WALTER PAYTON.

TERRY, THE FARETHOUGH. WASHINGTON COMMANDERS (7-5) enter Week 13 having won three straight and six of their last seven. Fourth-year receiver TERRY MCLAURIN leads the team with 54 receptions and 840 receiving yards, and has averaged 78.9 receiving yards per game over the past six games.

With 60 receiving yards on the New York Giants (7-4) on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, FOX), McLaurin will become the sixth player in NFL history with at least 50 receptions and 900 receiving yards in each of his first four seasons.

PARSONS CATCH PARTY. Dallas linebacker MICAH PARSONS had two sacks in Dallas’ Thanksgiving win, his sixth game with at least two sacks this season, the most in the league. With two sacks against Indianapolis in Sunday Night Football (8:20 PM ET, NBC), Parsons will become the first player to record at least two sacks in seven of the first 12 games. for his team in a season since 1982, when the individual sack became an official statistic.

Parsons had three games with at least two sacks as a rookie last season, and may also become the first player since 1982 with at least two sacks in 10 games in his first two seasons.

After leading all rookies with 13 sacks in 2021, Parsons’ 12 sacks this season ranks second in the NFL. With a sack Sunday, he can become the third player since 1982 with at least 13 sacks in each of his first two seasons, joining ALDON SMITH and Hall of Famer REGGIE WHITE.

THEY MUST SHOW SOMETHING. Since week eight, the MIAMI DOLPHINS (8-3) and SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (7-4) are undefeated. The Dolphins have the second-ranked scoring offense in the league during that span (33.8 points per game) and have scored at least 30 points in each of their four games. The 49ers have the fewest points allowed defense (10.0 per game) since Week 8 and have allowed 16 points or fewer in each of their four games.

When the two clubs meet in San Francisco on Sunday (4:05 PM ET, FOX), it will mark the fourth meeting in league history between a team that has scored at least 30 points in its last four games and a team that has allowed 16 or fewer points in its last four games.



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For the first time this season, there are teams that can already clinch a spot in the 2022 NFL postseason.