NFL: The data you should know about the Sunday session of Week 15

Bye Weeks are over as the Washington-Eagles and Seahawks-Rams duels moved to Tuesday. Mathematically eliminated teams: Lions, Texans, Jaguars and Jets

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  • They have met 75 times in the regular season (Steelers lead 44-31).

  • Titans: 7-0 this season versus teams that reached the postseason the previous season.

  • Ryan Tannehill (TEN): Has TD in 3.3% of his passes. It is your pct. lowest since his rookie season in 2012.

  • Steelers: 4-0-1 in their last 5 home games, after losing their first 2 games this season at Heinz Field.

  • Ben Roethlisberger (PIT): 6-3 in his career against Titans (3 consecutive victories).


  • They have met 7 times in the regular season (Bills lead 5-2).

  • Panthers: 2 wins in their last 10 games (They started the season 3-0).

  • Cam Newton (CAR): 11 consecutive losses as Panthers’ starting QB. His last win was in Week 9 of 2018 vs. Buccaneers.

  • Bills: They seek to avoid their 1st. 3-game losing streak since Josh Allen’s rookie season in

  • Josh Allen (BUF): 20 games with at least one TD via pass and one via carry. It is the 2nd. Highest figure for a QB in his first 2 NFL seasons, second only to Cam Newton (24).


  • They have met 118 times in the regular season (Cowboys lead 70-46-2).

  • Cowboys: 7-1 vs. NFC opponents this season. Their only loss was to the Buccaneers in Week 1.

  • Dak Prescott (DAL): 8 consecutive wins vs. Giants. That streak is the 4th. longest for a QB in the Super Bowl vs. NYG era.

  • Giants: They have lost 8 of their last 9 meetings with the Cowboys. The victory was on January 3 by 23-19.

  • Saquon Barkley (NYG): 58.8 rushing yards per game in his career vs. Dallas (0-5 is the Giants’ mark in those games).

  • They have met 70 times in the regular season (Lions lead 36-28-6).

  • Cardinals: 3rd. team in history with 7 consecutive wins on the road by 10+ pts. Of diference.

  • Kyler Murray (ARI): 1 of 3 QB’s with multiple 4-pass TD games on the road this year.

  • Lions: Have scored 17 or fewer points in 10 games this season (Highest in the NFL).

  • Jared Goff (DET): 7-1 in his career against Cardinals, with 70.6% completions, 11 TDs and 3 Int.


  • They have met 111 times in the regular season (Series tied 55-55-1).

  • Jets: 11th. season in a row that they have no mathematical options to reach the postseason (They have the worst streak in their history (1970-80).

  • Zach Wilson (NYJ): Your pct. of completes (56.1%) is the lowest among the 32 qualifying QB’s this year.

  • Dolphins: 5 consecutive wins since Week 9. They started the season 1-7.

  • Tua Tagovailoa (MIA): 70% completions in 3 games in a row. Only Ryan Tannehill has a longest streak (5 games) among QBs in Dolphins history (Minimum 30 passes thrown in each game).


  • They have met 39 times in the regular season (Texans lead 26-13).

  • Texans: 7 consecutive victories against Jaguars (It is his best streak against that team).

  • Davis Mills (HOU): 0-7 as a starting QB, but his pct. completes (65.8%) is 2nd highest among rookie QB’s this year with at least one start.

  • Jaguars: The 13.8 PPP they average this year is the lowest in franchise history.

  • Trevor Lawrence (JAX): 6 games this season without a TD pass. It happened only 2 times in 40 games with Clemson.


  • They have met 78 times in the regular season (49ers lead 46-31-1).

  • Falcons: Their 5 victories this season have been on the road (They are 0-5 at home).

  • Matt Ryan (ATL): Has thrown less than 2 TDs in 5 straight games. It’s his worst streak since he did it 6 in a row in Weeks 12-17 of 2017.

  • 49ers: His defense has 90 plays for loss of yardage from opponents (3rd highest in the NFL this year).

  • George Kittle (SF): His 332 receiving yards in the last 2 Weeks is the most for any player in the league in that span.

  • Jimmy Garoppolo (SF): Needs 63 passing yards to reach 3,000 yards that way for 2nd. occasion in the last 3 seasons.


  • They have met 32 ​​times in the regular season (Broncos lead 22-10).

  • Bengals: 1-7 since 2018 vs. teams that arrive with 7+ wins in a season.

  • Joe Burrow (CIN): Last week, he became the Bengal’s quarterback who needed the fewest games (23) to reach 6,000 passing yards in his career.

  • Broncos: 0-3 vs. AFC North teams this season (Scored less than 20 points in each game).

  • Teddy Bridgewater (DEN): He needs 56 passing yards to become 11th. QB in team history with 3,000+ yards that way in one season.



  • They have met 6 times in the regular season (Packers lead 4-2).

  • Packers: They have allowed 28+ points in each of their last 3 games (They allowed that number in 2 of their first 10 games).

  • Aaron Rodgers (GB): 9-0 in the Matt LaFleur era (Since 2019) vs starting QB’s under 25 years of age.

  • Ravens: 13 consecutive victories vs. NFC opponents (Highest active streak in interconference games). Lamar Jackson was his starting QB in 12 of those 13 wins.

  • Lamar Jackson (BAL): 25-2 against teams he faces for 1st. time in his career. Your pct. Winning (.926) is the highest for a starting QB since 1950 with at least 20 starting teams.


  • They have met 59 times in the regular season (Saints lead 38-21).

  • Saints: 6 consecutive victories against Buccaneers in regular season, with 33.5 points per game.

  • Alvin Kamara (NO): He needs 10 rushing yards to join Roger Craig as the only players in NFL history with 4,000+ rushing yards and 3,000+ receiving yards in his first 5 seasons.

  • Buccaneers: They are 1 of 2 teams in history (2007 Patriots) to win their first 6 home games of a season. scoring 30+ points in each game.

  • Tom Brady (TB): 3 losses in a row vs. Saints in regular season. He has never lost 4 in a row against the same team in temp. regular.