Interesting NFL Stats After Week 4 Part 1

On October 6, 2015, in Sporting News, by Buddy TB

NFLSome statistics are commonly used game after game, rushing yards, fumbles, sacks, and averages all around the players as well as the teams and even franchises we have developed a need for numbers in every standard of information as fans and or interested in sports wagering. Each week of play leaves us interesting NFL statistics you might not know. This time we present the most interesting statistics from Week 4 from NFL Media.

International NFL. By week 4 the first game outside the United States was played as has been the custom since 2007 and we will have two more games this season in London. This is the first occasion in which a divisional game taken to London where the Jets obliterated the Dolphins and what led to the departure of Joe Philbin.

Rushing abroad. With 166 rushing yards from Chris Ivory in London last Sunday, he becomes the running back with the most yards per carry in the 12 games that have taken place in London.

It’s early but … With the victories of Ravens, Bears and Saints in Week 4, marks the largest number of teams that have won at least one game (31) at this time since the reorganization of the divisions in 2002. The only team winless so far is Lions.

Promising start. Peyton Manning and his teams regularly have good starts to the season and with the win over Vikings, they mark the seventh time in his career that has four wins and no losses in the season, the largest number in the Super Bowl era. followed by Frank Tarkenton with 4 times without losses.

Amazing performances. Devonta Freeman managed to score 3 times rushing against Texans and adding the last three touchdowns with Cowboys to become the only player since 1970 to score three rushing touchdowns in each of his first two games as a starter in his career. He also became the first player since LaDainian Tomlinson (8) in 2005, to have at least seven touchdowns in the first four games of the season. By the way, no one has achieved this in the history of the Falcons.

 

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