Cold, Hard Football Facts Archives
Luck, Colts Dominate Giants On Monday Night
After a slow start, Andrew Luck threw four touchdowns and passed for 354 yards en route to a 40-24 Indianapolis victory over the New York Giants.
The Matt Asiata Trifecta
Minnesota running back Matt Asiata rushed for three touchdowns in the Vikings’ 29-26 win against Washington. Asiata now has three career games with three rushing touchdowns, the most of any undrafted player in his first three seasons in the common draft era (since 1967).
Rob Gronkowski Is Third Fastest To 50 Touchdown Receptions
Gronkzilla. Gronk. Big Dumb Animal. Whatever you call him is irrelevant: he's one of the most prolific touchdown-catching machines in NFL history.
Ben Roethlisberger Makes NFL History With Consecutive Six-Touchdown Games
No one, not one quarterback in the history of professional football, has thrown six touchdown passes in consecutive games. And only one, Y.A. Tittle, has thrown six touchdowns passes twice in the same season. Until Ben Roethlisberger, that is.
Denver Broncos Beating Up Quality Teams; Have Chance To Rewrite NFL History
Peyton Manning and the Broncos are not only the best team in football, they're a league-best 5-1 vs. Quality Opponents. In fact, Denver has a chance to shatter the all-time NFL record of 10 wins in a season over Quality Teams. It's a record shared by three of the great teams in history.
No Debate: Facts Show Tom Brady Better Than Peyton Manning
For those people devoted to the stats, the data, the truth there is no debate: Tom Brady is better than Peyton Manning. Brady puts up similar stats in tougher conditions, produces more points, wins more consistently and doesn't shit the bed every year in the playoffs.
Tony Romo Now 25-5 All Time In Novmeber
Following a victory in London, Tony Romo and his Cowboys are 25-5 in Romo's November starts.
Quality Stats Six Pack: Looking Ahead to the Second Half
Adam Dobrowolski uses the Quality Stats Six Pack to look at the playoff picture and determine what factors may change in the season's second half.
Rookie Wide Receivers Making Huge Impact In 2014
In Week 8, nine rookie wide receivers had at least 75 receiving yards, the most in a single week in NFL history. All nine receivers were selected in the first four rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft and all within the first 118 picks.
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- J.J. Watt And Demaryius Thomas Dominating The Competition
- NFC Rookies Making Big Impact In 2014 Season
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- Tony Romo Now 25-5 All Time In November
- Pro Football's Battlefield Heroes
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- 2014 NFL Season Player Props
- Vegas Win Totals For Each NFL Team