Articles tagged "Jim Brown"
Tony Romo & DeMarco Murray Form Dynamic 1-2 Punch
Dallas is 6-1 following a 31-21 win over the New York Giants. While DeMarco Murray is getting all the headlines (rightfully so), Tony Romo and the Cowboys passing attack has been a more efficient offensive force.
Cowboys Atop NFC East: Travel To Seattle in Week 6
The cynic inside the Cold Hard Football Facts says this won't last. But can it?
DeMarco Murray Putting Up Hall Of Fame Caliber Numbers
Murray joins Jim Brown, O.J. Simpson and Emmitt Smith as the only player to rush for 100 yards and a touchdown in each of his team's first four games.
Otto Graham, Sammy Baugh: Honoring Two Of The Founding Pigskin Fathers
Two of the greatest quarterbacks in professional football history died on the same date, December 17th. We pay tribute to both.
Josh Gordon, Adrian Peterson and Alshon Jeffery: Week 13 Statistical Heroes
Cleveland’s JOSH GORDON had 10 catches for 261 yards with two touchdowns and Chicago’s ALSHON JEFFERY recorded 12 catches for 249 yards with two touchdowns marking the first time in NFL history two players had at least 10 catches for 200 yards and two touchdowns on the same day.
Larry Fitzgerald: Youngest Ever To 11,000 Receiving Yards
Arizona wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald had five catches for 52 yards and two touchdowns in the Cardinals’ 40-11 win over Indianapolis.
Little Stature, Big History: Tavon Austin Enters Record Books
St. Louis rookie wide receiver-punt returner TAVON AUSTIN had a 65-yard touchdown run in the Rams’ 42-21 win over Chicago. Austin had touchdown receptions of 81 and 57 yards and a 98-yard punt-return touchdown in Week 10, the Rams’ last game.
Adrian Peterson: NFL's No. 1 All Time Home Run Hitter
Peterson, the 2012 NFL MVP, has 12 career touchdown runs of at least 60 yards, the most in NFL history.
NFL Teams Set Record With 205 Passing Touchdowns In First Four Weeks
Teams have combined for 205 touchdown passes through Week 4, the most through the first four weeks of any season in NFL history. The previous high was 196 in 2011.
Meet the New Gronk: Browns Tight End Jordan Cameron
Cleveland tight end Jordan Cameron had 10 catches for 91 yards and a touchdown in the Browns’ 17-6 win over Cincinnati. Cameron has five receiving touchdowns, tied for the most by a tight end in September in NFL history. The last tight end to accomplish the feat was New England’s Rob Gronkowski in 2011.
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