MEXICO CITY — Last week, Minnesota receiver JUSTIN JEFFERSON recorded a career-high 193 receiving yards and set NFL records for most games with at least 100 receiving yards (20) and most games. with at least 150 receiving yards (seven) by a player in his first three seasons in NFL history.
Jefferson, who has 4,076 receiving yards in 42 career games, is also tied with Hall of Famer LANCE ALWORTH (42 games) and ODELL BECKHAM JR. (42) in the fewest games to reach 4,000 career receiving yards for him in NFL history.
With at least 88 receiving yards on Sunday against Dallas, Jefferson would pass Hall of Famer RANDY MOSS (4,163 receiving yards) for the most receiving yards by a player in his first three seasons in NFL history.
CLASS OF 2018. When BUFFALO (6-3) hosts CLEVELAND, two members drafted in the 2018 NFL Draft can reach historic milestones in their fifth season.
Bills quarterback JOSH ALLEN, the seventh overall pick in the 2018 Draft, has 158 career TDs in combined passing and rushing touchdowns (123 passing, 35 rushing) and needs three more to surpass PATRICK MAHOMES (159) and CAM NEWTON (160) for the second-most combined touchdown passes and carries by a player in his first five seasons in NFL history.
Allen leads the NFL with 3,209 combined passing and rushing yards this season and has recorded at least 300 combined yards in six of his nine games. On Sunday, he can join Hall of Famer PEYTON MANNING (3,545 in 2013) and ANDREW LUCK (3,532 in 2014) as the only quarterbacks with at least 3,500 combined passing and rushing yards in the first 10 games of a season. of his team in NFL history.
A second-round pick (No. 35 overall) in the 2018 NFL Draft, Browns running back NICK CHUBB leads the league with 11 touchdown carries and ranks third with 904 rushing yards this season.
With at least 46 rushing yards on Sunday, Chubb would become the third player in NFL history with at least 950 rushing yards and eight touchdown carries in each of his first five career seasons, joining ADRIAN PETERSON. and Hall of Famer LADAINIAN TOMLINSON.
FAST FOR 10K. Since entering the NFL as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, Cincinnati quarterback JOE BURROW has 9,834 passing yards in 35 games.
With at least 166 passing yards in Pittsburgh on Sunday, Burrow can match Hall of Famer KURT WARNER (36 games) for the third fewest career 10,000-yard passing games in NFL history.
GROUND BEARS. Last week, the CHICAGO BEARS became the first team in NFL history to rush for at least 225 yards in five consecutive games and the second team with at least 2,000 rushing yards (2,017) in their first 10 games of a season. since 1980, joining the 2019 BALTIMORE RAVENS (2,031).
Against Atlanta on Sunday, the Bears can become the third team since 1950 to rush for at least 200 yards in six consecutive games within a season, joining the 1972 PITTSBURGH STEELERS (seven consecutive games) and the 1951 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (six).
Chicago has posted back-to-back games with at least 250 rushing yards and can become just the fourth team in the Super Bowl era, and first since 1976, with at least 250 rushing yards in three straight games.
Quarterback JUSTIN FIELDS, who rushed for 178 yards in Week 9, an NFL record for a quarterback in the regular season for a single game, and added 147 rushing yards in Week 10, became the NBA’s first quarterback. field since TOBIN ROTE (weeks 8-9, 1951) with at least 125 rushing yards in consecutive games. No quarterback in NFL history has recorded at least 100 rushing yards in three consecutive games.
Fields can join KYLER MURRAY (five straight games in 2020) as the only players in the Super Bowl era with at least one TD pass and TD carry in five straight games, and became the third quarterback, along with Murray and CAM NEWTON (five straight in 2021), to record a touchdown run in five straight games in the Super Bowl era.
FLY, FLY… Philadelphia safety CJ GARDNER-JOHNSON leads the NFL with a career-high six interceptions this season and has recorded an interception in each of his last five games.
With an interception at Indianapolis on Sunday, he can become the ninth player since 1970, and fourth since 1990, with an interception in six straight games.
HOUSTON, WE HAVE CATCHES. Baltimore linebacker JUSTIN HOUSTON this season is tied for fourth in the NFL with 8.5 sacks, and he has recorded at least two sacks in each of his past three games. Among active players, he ranks third with 110.5 career sacks.
With at least two sacks against Carolina on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, FOX), Houston can become the fourth player since 1982, when the individual sack became an official stat, with at least two sacks in four. consecutive matches.
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