NFL: What you need to know about the rest of Week 5

NFL: What you need to know about the rest of Week 5

The NFL go back to London with 2 games this season. The first one will be this week’s Falcons vs. Jets.

Until Week 4, a total of 17 games have been defined by 3 or less points. That figure ties the 3rd. highest figure in a season after 4 Weeks.

  • They have met 12 times in the regular season (Falcons lead 7-5).

  • This match will take place at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

  • Falcons: Allow 32.0 PPP this season (highest number in the entire NFL).

  • Matt Ryan (ATL): 3 games in a row with multiple TD passes. The last time he had a streak of at least 4 games, it was in 2018-19.

  • Jets: Their defense is the one that has allowed the fewest TD passes (2) to their rivals this season.

  • Zach Wilson (NYJ): Could become 1st. Rookie quarterback to win a game in London.

  • They have met 52 times in the regular season (Titans lead 31-21).

  • Titans: Won 7 of last 8 games against Jaguars. The loss was at Jacksonville in 2019.

  • Derrick Henry (TEN): If he runs for 150+ yards, he will become 1st. player in history to reach that number in 4 straight away games.

  • Jaguars: 19 consecutive losses (Worst active streak in the NFL and worst in team history).

  • Trevor Lawrece (JAX): His 4 losses this season equals the combined total he suffered in his high school and college stages.

  • They have met 27 times in the regular season (Washington leads 17-10).

  • Saints: Looking for their first 3-game winning streak against Washington.

  • Jameis Winston (NO): His 4.0 TD / Int ratio is the best of his career after 4 games in a season.

  • Washington: They could win back-to-back games at home by 1st. once under the command of Ron Rivera.

  • Taylor Heinicke (WSH): Multiple TD passes in each of his 3 starts this season. Kirk Cousins ​​is the only QB to do so in 4 straight games for Washington in the last 15 seasons (2 times).

  • They have met 11 times in the regular season (Patriots lead 8-3).

  • Patriots: Looking to avoid their 3rd. 3-loss streak in the last 2 seasons. They only had one such streak between 2001-19.

  • Mac Jones (NE): His 1,012 passing yards are the most for a rookie QB this season.

  • Texans: If they win, they will be the only team with an active 3-win streak of temp. regular on Patriots.

  • Brandin Cooks (HOU): Of the 26 players with at least 400 receptions since 2014, he is the only one not recording fumbles.

  • They have met 11 times in the regular season (Buccaneers lead 6-5).

  • Dolphins: They faced the defending champion in 3 of the last 4 seasons (They won 2 times: 2017 & 2019 vs Patriots).

  • Jacoby Brissett (MIA): Looking for his 1st. victory as Miami’s starting QB.

  • Buccaneers: 4 wins in a row at home since the season. pass. They are looking for their 1st. 5-win streak at home from 2016-17.

  • Tom Brady (TB): 23-12 as a starting QB against the Dolphins (3-3 since he turned 40).

  • They have met 11 times in the regular season (Eagles lead 7-4).

  • Eagles: Lost 3 in a row following a Week 1 win for the first time since 2013.

  • Jalen Hurts (PHI): 2,462 total yards in his first 8 starts. Only Cam Newton (2,603) & Patrick Mahomes (2,591) have done more in league history.

  • Panthers: 14 sacks by QB (Tied with Bears and Browns for most this season).

  • Sam Darnold (CAR): Leads the NFL with 5 rushing TDs this season.

  • They have met 29 times in the regular season (Broncos lead 15-9-1).

  • Broncos: Looking for their 20th. streak of 3 road victories in its history and 1st. since 2015.

  • Von Miller (DEN): 1 of 2 players (Robert Quinn) with at least 0.5 sacks in each of the first 4 games this season.

  • Steelers: 3 losses in a row at home counting the Wild Card Game of the temp. last vs Cleveland. They have never lost 4 in a row at Heinz Field. Ben Roethlisberger (PIT): He could start a 1-4 campaign for the second time in his career (2013 was the other time).

  • They have met 119 times in the regular season (Vikings lead 78-39-2).

  • Lions: 8 consecutive losses since temp. pass. It is the 2nd. worst active streak behind Jaguars (19).

  • Jared Goff (DET): 7 losses in a row as a starter including post-season (equals worst streak of his career).

  • Vikings: 7 consecutive victories vs. Lions. It’s their best streak against them since they beat them 10 in a row between 2002-06.

  • Kirk Cousins ​​(MIN): 6-0 with 15 TDs and 1 INT vs. Lions since playing for Minnesota.

  • They have met 15 times in the regular season (Raiders lead 8-7).

  • Bears: They’ve only thrown one TD pass this year (Least in league).

  • Justin Fields (CHI): 0 TD passes in 2 starts. The last Bears QB without TD passes in his first 3 career starts was Jim Harbaugh (1988-89).

  • Raiders: They got 213 yards in Week 4 against the Chargers after averaging 471.0 in the first 3 Weeks.

  • Derek Carr (LV): 12.4 yards per attempt at 3rd. chance this season (NFL Leader).

  • They have met 13 times in the regular season (Bengals lead 7-6).

  • Packers: A single win in 5 visits to Cincinnati in their history (Week 3 of 1998).

  • Aaron Rodgers (GB): 3 games in a row with multiple TD passes and 0 INT (Longest active streak in the NFL).

  • Bengals: 1-9-1 in their last 11 games against opponents from the NFC North.

  • Joe Burrow: 2nd. QB in team history with multiple TD passes in each of his first 4 games of a season (Andy Dalton – 2018).

  • They have met 27 times in the regular season (Chargers lead 17-9-1).

  • Browns: They lead the NFL this season with an average of 177.0 rushing yards per game.

  • Baker Mayfield (CLE): 2 TD passes (Lowest among QB’s who started the first 4 games of this season).

  • Chargers: 7-1 in their last 8 games since temp. last (In none of those games did they score 30+ points).

  • Justin Herbert (LAC): Could become 1st. QB in history with 7 games with 3+ TD passes and no interception in his first 2 NFL seasons.

  • They have met 117 times in the regular season (Cowboys lead 69-46-2).

  • Giants: 3-10 in their last 13 road games against divisional rivals. All 3 wins were against Washington.

  • Saquon Barkley (NYG): 7 straight games with less than 100 rushing yards. His worst streak was 8 in a row in 2019.

  • Cowboys: 12-4 vs. Giants since 2013. It is his best record against any opponent he has faced at least 5 times in that span.

  • Dak Prescott (DAL): 7 consecutive victories vs Giants. He started by losing his first 2 games to them.

  • They have met 59 times in the regular season (49ers lead 32-27).

  • 49ers: Won 3 of last 4 games vs. Cardinals, including last 2 at Arizona.

  • Trey Lance (SF): Could become 4th. Youngest QB (21 years, 154 days) to start a game in the Super Bowl era.

  • Cardinals: Only undefeated team left. They are looking for their 3rd. 5-0 start in the Super Bowl era (1966 & 1974).

  • Kyler Murray (ARI): Your pct. of completions (76%) is the highest for a QB this season.

  • They have met 46 times in the regular season (Bills lead 24-21-1).

  • Bills: 0-2 vs. Chiefs since the start of last season (18-3 vs. the rest of the NFL including postseason).

  • Bills: His defense is No. 1 in the NFL in points / game (11.0), yards / game (216.8) yards / play (4.0) and Red Zone (33.3%).

  • Josh Allen (BUF): 18 wins since start of season. past including postseason. He is tied with Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady for the most in the league.

  • Chiefs: 5-1 vs. Bills since Andy Reid became their head coach in 2013.

  • Patrick Mahomes (KC): 15,370 passing yards & 128 TD passes in his first 50 career games (NFL record).

  • Patrick Mahomes (KC): 30 consecutive games with at least one TD pass (Longest active streak in the NFL).

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