Through Week 3, 11 games have been recorded that were defined in the last minute of the 4th. quarter or overtime. That figure is tied for 2nd. longest in history in a campaign after 3 weeks
Week 4 began with the victory of Bengals at home over the Jacksonville Jaguars, a game that was defined at the last minute by a field goal.
For the first time since 2018, at least one match has gone into overtime in each of the first 3 Weeks of this season. Only 4 times (2018, 2002, 1983 & 1979) did this occur in the first 4 weeks.
We can expect close matches this weekend; We see what the data says about the upcoming games and remember that, You can follow the entire NFL on Red Zone with Star +, subscribe!
They have met 8 times in the regular season (Series tied 4-4).
Chiefs: First time since Week 6 of 2015 they have been alone in the basement of their Division.
Chiefs: They come from losing games in a row. He has never lost 3 in a row to Patrick Mahomes as QB.
Patrick Mahomes (KC): It will be his 50th start. No one has thrown more yards (14,832) and TDs (120) than him in his first 50 NFL games.
Eagles: They lost the 2 games in which they faced Andy Reid, who was their head coach from 1999-2012.
Jalen Hurts (PHI): He is coming off throwing multiple interceptions for 2nd. time in his career (Both against Cowboys).
They have met 25 times in the regular season (Washington leads 14-10-1).
Washington: 6 losses in a row against the Falcons since 2006. Their last win was 33-31 on Sep-14, 03.
Taylor Heinicke (WSH): 4 TD passes on feint and pass plays. He’s tied with Tom Brady for the most this year.
Falcons: Their point spread (-46) is 2nd. worst in the NFL this season behind Jets (-50).
Matt Ryan (ATL): 5-0 vs. Washington in his career. It is 1 of 3 teams (Raiders & Jaguars) against which it knows no defeat.
They have met 73 times in the regular season (Dolphins lead 46-27).
Colts: 3-0 on the road against the Dolphins since 2000. It is the best mark for a visitor against the Dolphins since that year.
Carson Wentz (IND): 7 losses in a row since last season. It is the worst streak of his career and the worst active for any quarterback.
Dolphins: 2 consecutive losses. They have not lost 3 in a row since 2018-19, when they added 10 consecutive defeats.
Jacoby Brissett (MIA): 4 starts in a row without a TD pass. It is the worst streak of his career and the worst active for any quarterback.
They have met 30 times in the regular season (Giants lead 16-14).
Giants: If they lose, it will be 1st. time in their history that they start 0-4 in consecutive seasons.
Daniel Jones (NYG): 1 of 5 QB’s (Russell Wilson, Tyrod Taylor, Kirk Cousins & Teddy Bridgewater) who have not thrown INT this campaign.
Saints: 3-0 at home against Giants in the Sean Payton era (Since 2006).
Jameis Winston (NO): For the first time in his career, he has 3 starts in a row with less than 150 passing yards in each.
They have met 182 times in the regular season (Bears lead 102-75-5).
Lions: 1-12 in their last 13 games against divisional opponents. The victory was in Chicago on 06-Dec-20.
Jared Goff (DET): Lost each of his last 5 starts. It is the 2nd. worst active streak in the NFL behind Carson Wentz (7).
Bears: 5-4 at home against divisional rivals since the arrival of Matt Nagy in 2018 (3 consecutive losses).
Allen Robinson (CHI): Records at least one reception in each of his 91 career games. It is the 2nd longest active streak in the league behind DeAndre Hopkins (129).
Houston Texans vs Buffalo Bills
They have met 9 times in the regular season (Texans lead 5-4).
Texans: Rookie QBs are 1-4 vs. Buffalo since 2017 (It will be Davis Mills’ 2nd start).
Mark Ingram (HOU): Active leader among the RBs in rushing yards (7,471) and TD by that same track (63).
Bills: Their point differential (+50) is tied with the Broncos for the highest for a team after 3 weeks this season.
Josh Allen (BUF): 14 games in a row including Playoffs with at least one TD pass. It is the 3rd. Longest streak in team history, behind Jim Kelly (18) and Ryan Fitzpatrick (15).
They have met 12 times in the regular season (Cowboys lead 9-3).
Panthers: Looking for their 3rd. Start of the campaign with a 4-0 record. The previous 2 times they did it, they reached the Super Bowl.
Sam Darnold (CAR): 3 consecutive victories. Never in his career has he won 4 games in a row as a starting QB.
Cowboys: 6 consecutive losses to teams that were 3-0 or better.
Dak Prescott (DAL): Your pct. of completions (77.5%) is the highest in the NFL this season.
They have met 15 times in the regular season (Vikings lead 11-4).
Browns: 5-0 vs NFC rivals since the arrival of HC Kevin Stefanski in 2020.
Baker Mayfield (CLE): Seeks to start 3-1 for 2nd. consecutive season.
Vikings: Their 1,275 total yards is 3rd. higher figure for a team after 3 weeks this campaign.
Kirk Cousins (MIN): 5 games in a row with multiple TD passes and no INTs. He is tied for 3rd. Longest streak in NFL history, according to Elias Sports Bureau.
They have met 44 times in the regular season (Titans lead 24-19-1).
Titans: They lost all 3 games against Jets since the team moved to Tennessee in 1997.
Derrick Henry (TEN): 22 rushing games with 100+ rushing yards. Most in the NFL since 2017.
Jets: The only team that has not been in advantage at some point this season.
Zach Wilson (NYJ): Can become 1st. Quarterback with 0 TD passes and multiple INTs in 3 straight games since Brian Hoyer in 2014.
They have met 44 times in the regular season (Seahawks lead 27-17).
Seahawks: 2 losses in a row. They haven’t lost 3 in a row in a single company since Russell Wilson arrived in 2012.
Russell Wilson: 15-4 vs. 49ers including postseason. Those 15 wins are the 2nd. higher figure for a QB vs that team behind Johnny Unitas (17).
49ers: 23 games in a row without allowing 100+ yds. ground to a rival RB. It’s the longest active streak in the NFL.
Jimmy Garoppolo: 1-2 vs. Seahawks in his career. 2 of his 4 worst games in terms of QBR, were against that opponent.
They have met 86 times in the regular season (Rams lead 46-38-2).
This will be the 4th. divisional duel between 2 teams that arrive 3-0 or better in the last 20 seasons.
Cardinals: Looking for their 2nd. 4-0 start in past 40 seasons (2012 was the other time they did it).
Kyler Murray (ARI): 3rd. QB in NFL history with straight games of 300+ passing yards and at least 80% completions.
Rams: 40-0 including postseason when leading at halftime under Sean McVay.
Rams: 8 consecutive victories against Cardinals. They haven’t lost to them in the Sean McVay era.
Matthew Stafford (L to R): 9 TD passes in his first 3 games with Rams. Tied for 3rd. more for a player with a new team since 1950.
They have met 34 times in the regular season (Packers lead 18-16).
Steelers: 5 straight regular season wins against Packers.
Ben Roethlisberger (PIT): He’s one TD pass away from becoming 8th. QB in history with 400 TD passes.
Packers: 9 games in a row throwing less than 300 yards. It is the 2nd. worst streak of his career (12 games between 2015-16).
Aaron Rodgers (GB): 6 consecutive victories playing at home. It’s the longest active streak in the NFL.
It will be the 1st. duel between Aaron Rodgers & Ben Roethlisberger since Super Bowl XLV. Those 10 years between matches will be the longest wait among Super Bowl-winning QBs (ELIAS).
They have met 16 times in the regular season (Series tied 6-6).
Ravens: 42 games in a row with at least 100 rushing yards. They are one to match the Steelers record from 1974-77.
Lamar Jackson (BAL): 1st. player in history with 200+ passing yards and 50+ rushing yards in each of his first 3 games of a campaign.
Broncos: 6th. team in the Super Bowl era with a 3-0 record and whose rivals he faced are all 0-3.
Teddy Bridgewater (DEN): Won 4 of the last 5 games he started from last season (Lost the previous 8 he started).
They have met 9 times in the regular season (Patriots lead 7-2).
Buccaneers: They have scored points 93.3% of the times they entered the Red Zone since last season (NFL Leaders).
Tom Brady (TB): Returns to Gillette Stadium, where he won 134 games including postseason (Record for a QB in a single stadium).
Tom Brady (TB): He needs 68 passing yards to beat Drew Brees’ all-time record (80,358).
Tom Brady (TB): If he wins, he will become 4th. QB in history to defeat all 32 teams that exist today.
Brady (TB) & Belichick (NE): More wins (219), postseason wins (30) and Super Bowl titles (6) than any other QB / HC pair in the Super Bowl era (Since 1966).
Patriots: Lost their first 2 home games this season. They have not lost the first 3 stores since 1993 (It was the year before Robert Kraft bought them).
Bill Belichick (NE): 4-1 leading the Patriots against Super Bowl-winning QBs. The loss came to Chiefs in 2020.
Mac Jones (NE): His duel against Tom Brady will be the 3rd. in NFL history between the QB winner of the most recent National Collegiate Championship and the winner of the most recent Super Bowl.