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Posted: Monday November 06, 2000 1:19 AM

1 -- Number of times the Rams have scored first in a game this season, in Week 5 against San Diego. The Rams fell behind 3-0 to the Panthers in Sunday night's 27-24 loss. Doug Flutie
Doug Flutie loves playing in New England's home stadium.
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4 -- Passes Donovan McNabb completed to his wide receivers Sunday, out of 23 completions. Philadelphia's running backs combined for 16 receptions, and tight end Chad Lewis hauled in three.
5 -- Losses by three points or less suffered by the Chargers this season, including Sunday's 17-15 defeat at the hands of the Seahawks.
7 -- Touchdowns scored by the Ravens in two victories against the Bengals this season. Baltimore has only six touchdowns in their eight other games.
9 -- Losses by the Chargers this season, making them the fifth team since 1990 to start the season 0-9. The others were the '91 Colts (finished 1-15), the '92 Patriots (2-14), the '93 Bengals (3-13) and the '97 Colts (3-13).
11 -- Players in NFL history have compiled 16,000 receiving yards. Oakland's Tim Brown became the most recent with his 74 yards against Kansas City on Sunday.
12-1 -- Doug Flutie's record at Foxboro Stadium, including a 5-0 mark when he played at Boston College.
13 -- Consecutive quarters without a touchdown by the Browns' offense, the longest active streak in the league.
18 -- The margin of victory in the Raiders-Chiefs game Sunday (a 49-31 Oakland victory). The previous four Raiders-Chiefs games were decided by a total of 16 points.
21 -- Quarters the Ravens played without scoring a touchdown, tying the record set by the 1991 Colts for the longest scoreless streak since 1970. Baltimore ended its drought with a second-quarter TD against the Bengals on Sunday.
24 -- Regular-season games played by the Broncos between 100-yard rushing performances by Terrell Davis, who ran for 115 yards and a touchdown against the Jets on Sunday.
34 -- Consecutive games the Lions had not allowed a touchdown on their opponents' opening drive before the Dolphins' Lamar Smith ended the streak with a 46-yard scoring run Sunday.
40 -- Points allowed by the Lions in the first half of their past two games, while scoring zero themselves against the Colts and Dolphins.
51 -- Interceptions thrown by Brett Favre in his past 36 games, compared to 53 touchdown passes.
60 -- Points allowed by the Jets in the first half of their past three games, compared to only 24 points scored by New York. The Jets, who have outscored those three opponents -- Miami, Buffalo and Denver -- 59-23 in the second half, have lost two of those games.
88 -- Rushing yards allowed by the Broncos on Sunday against the Jets, after yielding 407 yards rushing in their last game against the Bengals.
104 -- Arizona's Aeneas Williams' return of a Stephen Davis fumble Sunday, tying an NFL record. Oakland's Jack Tatum returned a fumble 104 yards against Green Bay on Sept. 24, 1972.
134 -- Yards receiving by Kansas City's Tony Gonzalez on Sunday, making him the first tight end in NFL history with 100 or more receiving yards in four consecutive games.
504 -- Yards passing by Kansas City's Elvis Grbac in Sunday's 49-31 loss to Oakland. It was the eighth-highest passing total in NFL history and fourth-highest in a loss, behind Dan Marino (521), Phil Simms (513) and Vince Ferragamo (509).
557 -- Number of consecutive punts by Atlanta's Dan Stryzinski without a block before Tampa Bay broke through Sunday. A Stryzinski punt had not been blocked since Sept. 31, 1993, when he was playing for the Bucs against the Falcons.

All stats through Nov. 6


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