Articles tagged "Week 9"
Mr. November Tony Romo Attempts To Keep Cowboys On Top
The NFL season enters November on Sunday and three quarterbacks – Dallas’ Tony Romo, New England’s Tom Brady and Baltimore’s Joe Flacco – are among the best in November in NFL history.
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.
Brady & Manning: By The Numbers
Brady owns a 10-5 career record against Manning and has won three of the past four games against his rival, but the Broncos earned a 26-16 victory over the Patriots in the most recent match-up against the Patriots in last year’s AFC Championship Game.
Drew Brees: Call Him Mr. Primetime
Since joining New Orleans in 2006, Drew Brees has led the Saints to 22-10 (.688) record in primetime games. His numbers are staggering, though a road game in Carolina Thursday night awaits.
Matt Forte On Pace For Most Receptions By A Running Back In NFL History
The lone bright spot for the supposed monsters of the Midway.
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).
AFC West's 23-10 Record Best In NFL Since 1970
Through Week 9, teams in the AFC West (Kansas City, 9-0; Denver, 7-1; San Diego, 4-4; Oakland, 3-5) have a combined 23-10 (.697) record. That’s the highest winning percentage by a division through nine weeks of a season since 1970.
Chiefs First Team To Start 9-0 After Posting Worst Record In The League
Kansas City is the first club to allow 17 or fewer points in each of the first nine games of a season since the 1977 Atlanta Falcons. In the Super Bowl era, 18 teams have started 9-0 and all 18 qualified for the playoffs. Eleven of those 18 clubs advanced to the Super Bowl and seven won the Super Bowl.
- Drew Brees: Call Him Mr. Primetime
- Kyle Orton Brings The Bubby Back
- Rookie Wide Receivers Making Huge Impact In 2014
- Matt Forte On Pace For Most Receptions By A Running Back In NFL History
- The NFL London Series: Games That Aren't That Great
- Matt Ryan Interception: Worst Of The Season?
- VIDEO: Geno Smith's Three Interceptions In Six Seconds
- VIDEO: JJ Watt Mocks Zach Mettenberger W Sack & Selfie
- 2014 NFL Season Player Props
- Vegas Win Totals For Each NFL Team