What you need to know about Week 7 in the NFL

The most relevant data for Week 7 of the NFL; information that does not get in the way and rather helps for the fantasy or the bet

  • This week the Bills, Rams, Eagles & Vikings rest.

  • Neither of the two teams that played in the previous Super Bowl (Bengals & Rams), have a winning record after 6 Weeks.

  • 256 conversions have been attempted in 4th. opportunity after 6 weeks. That is the most since 2000.


  • They have met 14 times in temp. so-so (Bengals lead 9-5).

  • Falcons: Have rushed for 150+ yards in 5 games this season. That equals his most in a year (5 in 1986).

  • Marcus Mariota (ATL): In Week 6, he became the 3rd. player in history to complete at least 90% of his passes (minimum 10 attempts), throw for 2 TD’s and run for another in a game.

  • Bengals: 1-7 in last 8 league games vs. NFC teams. His only win was vs Vikings in Week 1 of 2021.

  • Joe Burrow (CIN): 10 TD passes and one interception in the last 5 games (Threw 4 interceptions in Week 1).


  • They have met 26 times in temp. so-so (Cowboys lead 15-11).

  • Lions: 6 straight losses away from home. They are tied with the Panthers for the longest active streak in the league.

  • Jared Goff (DET): 7 consecutive losses in the month of October. It’s the worst active streak for a starting QB in that month.

  • Cowboys: 13 wins since the start of the 2021 season when they lead into halftime. It is the most in the league since then.

  • Dak Prescott (DAL): Could return to activity this week. He has 8 TD passes in 3 career games vs. Liones. That’s tied for the most TDs he’s ever thrown against an opponent outside of his division.

  • Micah Parsons (DAL): If he gets at least 2.0 QB sacks, he will join Aldon Smith as the only players in league history with 7 games with multiple QB sacks in his first 23 career games.


  • They have met 41 times in temp. so-so (Colts lead 31-9-1).

  • Colts: 4 consecutive losses against Titans. That is the worst streak they have recorded against that team in their history.

  • Matt Ryan (IND): 170 completions this season. He is tied with Justin Herbert for the most in the league.

  • Titans: 278.2 yards per game so far in 2022. Only the Panthers (260.0) are averaging less this season.

  • Derrick Henry (TEN): With a TD by any means, he will tie Eddie George for the most (74) in team history.


  • They have met 36 times in temp. so-so (Packers lead 20-15-1).

  • Packers: 42-13 (.764) since the start of the 2019 season. They’re tied with the Chiefs for the best mark in the league since then.

  • Aaron Rodgers (GB): 84 TD passes vs NFC teams since 2019. It’s the most by a QB since then vs those opponents.

  • Commanders: Looking to win straight games against NFC North rivals for 1st. time since the 2016 season (3 in a row in that campaign).

  • Taylor Heinicke (WSH): Would start in place of the injured Carson Wentz. He is 7-8 as a starting QB in his career (All were in 2021).


  • They have met 43 times in temp. so-so (Panthers lead 24-19).

  • Buccaneers: 4 wins in a row vs divisional rivals. They haven’t won 5 in a row in their Division since 2007.

  • Tom Brady (TB): 4-0 in his career vs. Panthers. He is 1 of 4 teams that he has defeated on multiple occasions without defeat.

  • Panthers: 4 consecutive losses against Buccaneers. It is the worst streak they will record against that team.

  • DJ Moore (CAR): He is 4 receptions away from surpassing Wesley Walls (324) and entering the top-5 of players with the most receptions in team history.


  • They have met 7 times in temp. so-so (Jaguars lead 4-3)

  • Giants: They have never been able to beat the Jaguars in Jacksonville (0-3 is their mark).

  • Daniel Jones (NYG): His 5 wins this season will equal his best record in a year (5 in 2020).

  • Jaguars: The last time they played at home against the Giants (2014), they recorded the biggest comeback in their history by winning 25-24 after trailing 21-0.

  • Travis Etienne Jr. (KAX): 6.75 yards per carry in the last 3 games. That average is the second-highest for a running back with at least 25 carries in that span.


  • They have met 46 times in temp. so-so (Ravens lead 34-12).

  • Browns: 4.95 yards per carry this season. Only the Ravens (5.36) post a higher average in the league.

  • Nick Chubb (CLE): His 649 rushing yards and 7 rushing TDs are the most for a player after 6 Weeks.

  • Ravens: They’re the only team that hasn’t trailed by finishing 1st, 2nd and 3rd quarter of their games this year.

  • Lamar Jackson (BAL): 451 rushing yards in 2022. Could join Cam Newton as the only QBs since 1970 to rush for 500+ yards in each of their first 5 NFL seasons.


  • They have met 38 times in temp. so-so (Broncos lead 21-16-1).

  • Jets: 3-0 on the road that season. They are 1 of 3 teams (Eagles & Giants) with a perfect record away from home in 2022.

  • Zach Wilson (NYJ): 3-0 as the starting QB this season. He has already matched the win total he had in 2021 (3-10 was his mark).

  • Broncos: Shut out the Jets the last 2 times I played at home against them. If they get shut out again, they’ll match a team’s longest streak against a single opponent in the Super Bowl era (Ravens: 1999-01 vs. Bengals & Raiders: 1975-77 vs. Chargers).

  • Russell Wilson (DEN): 3-0 in his career vs. the Jets. It’s the 3rd. highest number of wins without defeat that he registers against an opponent.


  • They have met 11 times in temp. so-so (Texans lead 7-4).

  • Texans: 8-3 in bye games since 2011. That’s tied for the best mark in the NFL in those types of games.

  • Dameon Pierce (HOU): His 412 rushing yards are the most by a rookie player this season.

  • Raiders: 0-4 in games decided by a touchdown. Tied with the Jaguars for the worst mark in the league this year.

  • Davante Adams (LV): With a receiving TD, he will match Rob Gronkowski in the 8th. place in history with 79 TD’s in that way between players in his first 9 seasons.


  • They have met 51 times in temp. so-so (Seahawks lead 26-25).

  • Seahawks: 2 wins in a row vs AFC West teams. He hasn’t won 3 in a row against them since 1990 when he played in that Division (was traded to the NFC in 2002).

  • Geno Smith (SEA): 73.4% completions this season (NFL leader). The last QB to finish leading that department in a year was Dave Krieg in 1991.

  • Chargers: They’ve only given up 2.7% of their dropbacks. It is the pct. lowest in the league this year.

  • Justin Herbert (LAC): Needs 300 passing yards to reach 20 games with that number and set a record for a QB in his first 3 NFL seasons.


  • They have met 13 times in temp. so-so (49ers lead 7-6).

  • It is the 1st. duel between the two from Super Bowl LIV where the Cheifs won 31-20.

  • Chiefs: They have scored 27+ points in each of their 4 wins and 20 or fewer in each of their 2 losses this year.

  • Patrick Mahomes (KC): 13 consecutive wins against NFC opponents. His last loss was against the Seahawks in Week 16 of 2018.

  • 49ers: 6 consecutive home wins. It’s their best streak since winning 8 in a row from 2011-12 and it’s also the longest active streak in the NFL.

  • Jimmy Garoppolo (SF): 9-0 in the last 2 seasons when not throwing an interception. and 2-8 when he is intercepted at least once.


  • They have met 24 times in temp. so-so (Steelers lead 13-11).

  • Steelers: 6 losses in their last 8 games on Sunday Night Football. They won 8 in a row prior to that.

  • Najee Harris (PIT): His 13 total TD’s since 2021 are the most by a Steelers player.

  • Dolphins: If they win, they will reach 500 wins in their history including the postseason.

  • Dolphins: Their last win on Sunday Night Football was on December 26, 2004 vs. Cleveland.

  • Dolphins: They will pay tribute to the 1972 team that went undefeated and won the Super Bowl (It’s the 50th anniversary of that feat).

  • Tua Tagovailoa (MIA): Returns to play after overcoming concussion protocol. Leads the NFL in QBR (98), pct. completions (66%) and yards per attempt (15.2) on passes that traveled at least 10 yards in the air this season.

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What you need to know about Week 7 in the NFL