Articles tagged "Marvin Harrison"
Steve Largent Becomes All Time Leading Receiver - 26 Years Ago Today
To illustrate the pass-happy days we currently live in, 33 players (34 if we include Largent) have caught more than 751 passes for their careers. Largent finished his career with 819 catches, good for 27th all time on the NFL receptions list.
Divisional Shakeups Aplenty Across The League
Four teams – Kansas City (AFC West), Philadelphia (NFC East), New Orleans (NFC South) and Carolina (NFC South) – that finished in or tied for last place in their divisions in 2012 are currently in or tied for first place in their respective divisions with two weeks to play.
NFL Games Averaging More Total Yards Than Ever
Yards aplenty: Through Week 14, NFL games have averaged of 701.8 total yards per game, which is on pace to surpass the single-season record set in 2012 (694.4 per game).
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.
Gordon Rules: Browns' WR Making History in a Hurry
How impressive are Josh Gordon's numbers? He's single-handledly responsible for more of his team's passing yards than anyone has been in pretty much ever.
History Says Under .500 Teams Aren't Dead Yet
In every season since 1987, at least one team with a .500 or worse record through eight games has advanced to the postseason. Last year, three such teams – Cincinnati (3-5), Washington (3-5) and Seattle (4-4) – accomplished the feat.
Close Call: 69% Of All Games In 2013 Have Been Within 7 Points In The Fourth Quarter
Through the first nine weeks, 35 of 133 games (26.3 percent) have featured a fourth-quarter comeback victory. That puts the 2013 season on pace for the third-highest percentage of games with a fourth-quarter comeback victory since 1970 (31.3 in 1989).
Appreciating Andre Johnson: It's About Time
It's the story of his career: Andre Johnson has a monster game on Sunday night, and by Monday it's overshadowed by sexier storylines. But it's time we give No. 80 his due.
11 NFL Teams Averaging At Least 25 PPG
ABOVE AVERAGE: Eleven teams in 2013 are averaging at least 25 points per game, which is on pace to be the most in a season in NFL history.
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