Interesting NFL Stats After Week 4 Part 2

On October 6, 2015, in Sporting News, by admin

NFLContinuing the interesting NFL stats taken from week 4 in NFL, we see more numbers from victories and scores from players throughout their careers even marking them in a unique statistic as the case of Adam Vinatieri taken a record for different franchises, we conclude week 4 with these stats and more soon to come as we enter week 5 and these records might be broken or added to the already incredible statistic only time will tell, we start:

From the Windy City. Matt Forte gained 91 yards rushing and 64 receiving on Sunday against the Raiders in his 111th game, to help him become the second player in NFL history to reach the 8,000 fastest rushing yards (8,071) and 3,500 receiving yards (3,860). Marshall Faulk did it in 107 games.

100 home wins. In addition to the Broncos victory last Sunday, Peyton Manning (100) joins Brett Favre (113) as the only quarterbacks to reach 100 victories playing at home in their careers.

With a lot of work. The Colts beat the Jaguars in overtime last Sunday to get to his15 in a row victory in Division, tying the 1972-73 Dolphins with the longest streak of divisional wins since 1970.

The 1,000 points club. With the 3 field goals from Adam Vinatieri against the Jaguars he reached 1,004 points in his career as a Colt which together with the 1,158 points he got playing for the Patriots from 1996 to 2005, he becomes the only player in history to get 1,000+ points in 2 different franchises.

Making history in Cincinnati. With the win against the Chiefs, the Bengals were able for the first time ever getting more than 300 yards passing and four rushing touchdowns in the same game. Also Andy Dalton has a quarterback rating of 123.0 so far this season, the highest rating for any quarterback in the history of the Bengals in that span. From Carson Palmer in 2006, they did not have a quarterback rating of 120.0 increased in three consecutive games.


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