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Posted: Thursday October 19, 2000 2:33 AM

0 -- Head coaches who have won the first seven games of his career. St. Louis' Mike Martz can become the first with a victory against Kansas City on Sunday. Jeff Garcia
Jeff Garcia is approaching Joe Montana and Steve Young in at least one category.
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1 -- Player in league history leads two teams in all-time scoring -- Morten Andersen. His current club, the Falcons, plays host to his former team, the Saints, on Sunday.
3 -- Patriots who have at least 25 catches (Terry Glenn, 36; Troy Brown, 33; Kevin Faulk, 29), making New England the only team with such a trio.
6 -- Sacks registered by the Saints' Darren Howard and the Bears' Brian Urlacher, tying them for the league lead among rookies.
7 -- The record for most 200-yard rushing games in a season, set in 1997. There have been four so far this season: Edgerrin James (219), Marshall Faulk (208), Duce Staley (201) and Charlie Garner (201). Staley and Garner both victimized Dallas.
9 -- Touchbacks forced by Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski, most in the NFL. The Raiders force opponents to start their average drive at the 23.8-yard line, also tops in the league.
10 -- Consecutive victories by the Chiefs at home against NFC opponents. This weekend, they play host to the Rams, which was the last NFC team to win at Arrowhead (Sept. 25, 1994).
19 -- Sacks by the Colts' defense in the past four games. The Patriots, Indy's next opponent, are tied for second in the league with 30 sacks allowed.
21 -- Years since Buffalo played at Minnesota in a regular-season game. The Bills did play the Redskins in Super Bowl XXVI, at the Metrodome.
24 -- Career touchdowns scored by Emmitt Smith against the Cardinals, his highest total against any team.
28.8 -- Average yardage of Vikings running back Robert Smith's rushing touchdowns. It is the highest rushing-TD average by any player since 1970. Barry Sanders is second at 19.6.
61.66 -- Buffalo quarterback Rob Johnson's club-record career completion percentage (201-for-326). Jim Kelly is second at 60.13. Johnson also tops the club's career lists for most yards per pass attempt (8.01) and lowest interception percentage (1.84).
63 -- Number of times the Dolphins have been on Monday Night Football, most in the NFL. Miami has won 35 of those games, also an NFL high.
113 -- Sacks suffered by Steve Beuerlein while starting 34 consecutive games for the Panthers. He was sacked six times by the stingy Saints last week, but his next opponent, the 49ers, are second-to-last in the league with only nine sacks.
142 -- Passes thrown by 49ers quarterback Jeff Garcia since his last interception. It is the third-longest streak in team history, behind Joe Montana (154) and Steve Young (183).
1,993 -- Career points scored by Vikings kicker Gary Anderson, who needs 10 more to pass George Blanda as league's all-time leading scorer.

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