Facts you should know about the rest of Week 6


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Facts you should know about the rest of Week 6

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After 5 Weeks, 19 games have been defined in the last minute of regular time or in overtime. That figure is the highest in history in a campaign after 5 weeks. The 2nd will be played. and last game in London between Dolphins and Jaguars.

This Week 6 rest: Falcons, Saints, Jets and 49ers.

  • They have met 9 times in the regular season (Dolphins lead 5-4).

  • Dolphins: 1-3 in games played in London. They were shut out the last time they played there in 2017.

  • Tua Tagovailoa (MIA): Eligible to play on Sunday. He hasn’t played since Week 2 with a rib injury.

  • Jaguars: 20 consecutive losses from the previous season. It is the 2nd. worst streak in NFL history behind Buccanners (26 between 1976-77).

  • Jaguars: They haven’t recorded a single field goal made this season. They are the 1st. team since the 1962 Vikings with no connected field goal in their first 5 games.

  • Trevor Lawrence (JAX): Could become 1st. Rookie quarterback in history to win an NFL game in London.

  • They have met 43 times in the regular season (Rams lead 27-16).

  • Rams: His average yards per play (6.71) is the highest in 5 Weeks this season.

  • Matthew Stafford (L to R): His 1,587 passing yards are 4th. most for a QB in his first 5 games with a team.

  • Giants: 1-4 in their last 5 home games. They have the worst record at home (9-25) since the start of the 2017 season.

  • Kadarius Toney (NYG): Set a new Giants rookie WR record with 189 receiving yards last week vs. Dallas.


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

  • Chargers: Their defense is the worst in the NFL in rushing yards per game (157.6) and yards per carry (5.6).

  • Justin Herbert (LAC): He can become the 1st. QB under 24 years of age with 3 TD passes and no INTs in 4 consecutive games in the same season.

  • Ravens: 148.8 rushing yards per game. It is the 4th. Highest average for a team this season.

  • Lamar Jackson (BAL): 8-0 in October in his career. He is the only QB since 1970 with 5+ starts and no losses in that month.

  • They have met 15 times in the regular season (Vikings lead 9-6).

  • Vikings: 0-2 on the road this season. They haven’t lost 3 in a row away from home since 2013 (They finished 0-7-1 on the road that year).

  • Justin Jefferson (MIN): Joined Michael Thomas, Anquan Boldin & Odell Beckham Jr. as the only open WR’s in history with 120+ receptions in his first 21 career games.

  • Panthers: Allow 4.75 yards per play this season. Only the Bills (4.25) allow less.

  • Sam Darnold (CAR): 6 INT this season, only Zach Wilson (9) & Trevor Lawrence (8) have thrown more.


  • They have met 200 times in the regular season (Packers lead 100-94-6).

  • Packers: 12-1 vs. divisional rivals under Matt LaFleur (Since 2019).

  • Aaron Rodgers (GB): 21-5 in his career vs. Bears including postseason (His most wins against an opponent).

  • Bears: They have lost 9 of the last 10 games to the Packers. The victory was at home on Dec 16, 18 by 24-17.

  • Justin Fields (CHI): Will become the 20th. QB different from the Bears to start a game vs. Packers since 1992. Green Bay has had only 3 starting QBs against Chicago in that same span (Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers & Brett Hundley).

  • They have met 38 times in the regular season (Colts lead 29-9).

  • Texans: 4 losses in a row. If they lose, they will join the Falcons as the only teams with 3 different streaks of 5+ losses since 2019.

  • Davis Mills (HOU): Could become 1st. Rookie quarterback in team history with straight games throwing for more than 300 yards.

  • Colts: 80-35 (.696) vs. divisional rivals since 2002. Only the Patriots have one pct. highest win (.767) against that type of rivals in that span.

  • Carson Wentz (IND): He is coming off over 400 passing yards in a game for the first time in his career.


  • They have met 12 times in the regular season (Bengals lead 9-3).

  • Bengals: Your pct. win against the Lions (.750) is the highest against any opponent he has faced.

  • Joe Burrow (CIN): 1st. QB in Bengals history with multiple TD passes in each of the team’s first 5 games in a season. He could match Dan Marino (1984) as the only 1st QB’s. or 2nd. year with multiple TD passes in his team’s first 6 games.

  • Lions: First time since 2015 they started 0-5. The last time they started 0-6 was in 2008 and they finished 0-16 that season.

  • Jared Goff (DET): 10-2 in his career against QB’s who were chosen with the 1st. overall draft pick.

  • They have met 10 times in the regular season (Chiefs lead 9-1).

  • These teams have the worst PPJ defenses this season, Chiefs (32.6) and Washington (31.0).

  • Chiefs: They are the 5th. team since 940 to score 150+ pts. and allow 160+ in your first 5 games. Of the other 4 teams that did, none reached the postseason.

  • Patrick Mahomes (KC): 7 wins in a row against NFC rivals, with 19 TD passes and 2 INT.

  • Washington: 7 consecutive losses to Chiefs. His latest win dates back to Week 3 of 1983 with Joe Theismann as his QB.

  • Antonio Gibson (WSH): 14 rushing TDs since the start of the 2020 season (6th most in the NFL).


  • They have met 51 times in the regular season (Browns lead 33-15-3).

  • Cardinals: 5th. time they start a season 5-0. In the previous 4 times, they had a pct. win score less than .600 for the remainder of the season (1922, 1923, 1966, 1974).

  • Kyler Murray (ARI): He’s the 3rd. player in history with at least 1,500 passing yards and 75% completions in his first 5 games of a season. The others who did it are Peyton Manning (2013) & Drew Brees (2018).

  • Browns: 6 consecutive games rushing for 150+ yards. They are one away from matching their franchise record set in 1957-58.

  • Baker Mayfield (CLE): He comes off throwing multiple TD passes for the first time this season.


  • They have met 121 times in the regular season (Raiders lead 66-53-2).

  • Raiders: If they lose, it will be 1st. time since 2002 that they add 3 defeats in a row after starting the campaign 3-0.

  • Rich Bisacci (LC): Acting HC in place of Jon Gruden. The last 4 Raiders HC lost their 1st. match in front of the team. The last one who won his 1st. match with the team, it was Hue Jackson in 2011 and it was precisely against Broncos.

  • Broncos: Of the 16 teams with 3+ wins going into Week 6. Only the Bears (16.8) average fewer PPP than Denver (20.4).

  • Courtland Sutton (DEN): Coming off getting 120 receiving yards in his previous game. He’s never had 10+ yards that way in straight games.


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

  • Cowboys: 1st. time since Week 3 of 1981 that they arrive with a better record than Patriots to their confrontation (Dallas won that game 35-21).

  • Dak Prescott (DAL): 3 games in a row with at least 3 TD passes. It could become the 1st. QB in team history with 3+ TD passes in 4 games in a row.

  • Patriots: 6 consecutive victories against Cowboys. His last loss dates back to Week 16 of 1996.

  • Patriots: 3 consecutive losses at home. It is his worst streak under Bill Belichick (Since 2000). They have not lost 4 in a row from locals since 1993 (they were 5 losses in a row that season).

  • Mac Jones (NE): 71.1% of completions this year. It is the highest percentage for a rookie in his first 5 starts in the Super Bowl era (minimum 150 attempts).

  • They have met 18 times in the regular season (Seahawks lead 10-8).

  • Seahawks: Allow 450.8 total yards per game. It’s the worst average in the NFL this year. Geno Smith (SEA): Will start his 1st. game since 2017. He is 12-19 as a starting QB in his career.

  • Steelers: 1-2 at home this season. If they lose, they will equal the most losses at home in a single season under Mike Tomlin.

  • Steelers: 89-63 (.586) in primetime since 1970. Those 89 wins are the 2nd. more for a primetime team since that year.

  • Najee Harris (PIT): 7th. player since 1970 with 300+ rushing yards and 195+ receiving yards in his first 5 career games. 3 of the previous 6 players ended up winning the Offensive Rookie of the Year award.


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