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Latest: Monday September 18, 2000 06:26 PM

.889 -- Vinny Testaverde's winning percentage as the Jets' starting quarterback. New York is 16-2 with Testaverde under center, 3-0 against Buffalo. Warrick Dunn
The Bucs' Warrick Dunn broke a 25-game rushing touchdown drought Sunday with a 1-yard plunge against Detroit.
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1 -- Touchdown passes by the Chargers in 103 attempts this season, compared to six interceptions. Moses Moreno and Ryan Leaf combined to go 17 for 35 with no TDs and an interception in a loss to Kansas City.
2 -- Quarterbacks in Chiefs history to throw five touchdown passes in one game -- Len Dawson (three times) and Elvis Grbac (Sunday against San Diego). It was Kansas City's first 5-TD game since Oct. 8, 1967.
3 -- Missed field goals in his first five career attempts by Oakland kicker Sebastian Janikowski.
4 -- Teams that are 0-3 -- the Patriots, Chargers, Bears and 49ers. Since 1990, only three teams have lost their first three games and still made the playoffs -- the '92 Chargers, '95 Lions and '98 Bills.
6 -- Times the 49ers defense has allowed 30 or more points in its past eight regular-season games, including all three games this season. San Francisco gave up a season-high 41 to St. Louis on Sunday.
7 -- 0-3 starts by the Chicago Bears in franchise history, including three of the past four seasons.
9 -- Running backs in NFL history to have back-to-back 100-yard games to start a career. Denver's Mike Anderson, who has rushed for 131 and 187 yards, joined Edgerrin James, Charlie Garner, Marshall Faulk, Billy Sims, Ottis Anderson, William Andrews, Earl Campbell and Alan Ameche.
10 -- Wins by Mike Shanahan in 11 career games against the Raiders, including Sunday's 33-24 win at Oakland.
11 -- Games between the Redskins and Cowboys on Monday Night Football, the most of any series. Washington has won six of the previous 10 meetings on MNF.
14 -- Points scored by the Cincinnati Bengals in their past four games, combined. The Bengals have been shut out twice, including Sunday's 13-0 loss to the Jaguars, and held to seven twice after scoring 44 in back-to-back games in December.
15 -- Times Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe has been sacked this season, one fewer than he was dropped in his entire 1993 rookie season (429 attempts).
16 -- Quarterbacks in Browns history to throw for 300 yards in a game. Tim Couch became the latest -- and first since 1995 --with his 316-yard outing against Pittsburgh. Only eight Cleveland QBs have more than one career 300-yard game for the Browns.
31-14 -- Jacksonville's all-time record against AFC Central teams.
69 -- Home games for the Packers since the last time they didn't score an offensive touchdown. Green Bay, which got only two Ryan Longwell field goals in a 6-3 win against Philadelphia, was shut out by Chicago 10-0 at Lambeau Field on Oct. 17, 1991.
74 -- 100-yard games in Saints history. Ricky Williams rushed for 107 yards -- topping the century mark for the first time this season and the third time in his career -- in New Orleans' 20-10 loss to Seattle.
91 -- Points allowed by the three Florida teams in nine combined games -- 19 by the Dolphins, 26 by the Bucs and 46 by the Jaguars.
93 -- Passing attempts by Brian Griese this season without an interception, the most of any quarterback.
100 -- Consecutive starts by Seahawks tailback Ricky Watters, joining Walter Payton (170) as the only backs in NFL history to accomplish the feat.
169 -- Rushing yards by Minnesota quarterback Daunte Culpepper in the first three games, putting him on pace for 901.
182 -- Combined rushing yards by the Bears running back tandem of Curtis Enis and James Allen in the first three games.
200 -- Wins by the Chiefs against former AFL teams after Sunday's 42-10 rout of the Chargers. Kansas City has a 200-170-8 mark against Buffalo, Denver, Oakland, Tennessee, New England, the N.Y. Jets and San Diego.
371 -- Carries between touchdowns by Bucs tailback Warrick Dunn, which was the longest active drought for a NFL starter. Before Sunday, Dunn's last rushing touchdown was against Minnesota on Nov. 1, 1998.
395.3 -- Average yards allowed by the St. Louis defense in its first three games after allowing 293.6 per game last season. The Rams already have given up more than 400 yards of offense twice this season, compared to once in '99.
919 -- Difference in total yards through three games by the league-leading Rams (1,518) and the 31st-ranked Lions (599)
6,262 -- Career receiving yards by Falcons WR Terance Mathis, passing Alfred Jenkins (6,257) for first on Atlanta's all-time list.

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