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Posted: Thursday November 16, 2000 1:03 AM

1 -- Quarterback has thrown a touchdown pass in every start this season -- the Colts' Peyton Manning. Peyton Manning
Peyton Manning has thrown a touchdown pass every time he has taken the field this season.
3 -- Touchdowns scored by Oakland's Zack Crockett on seven carries the past two weeks. For the season, Crockett has four touchdowns on 12 carries.
4 -- Redskins have posted back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons in team history: John Riggins, 1978-79; George Rogers, 1985-86; Earnest Byner, 1990-91; and Terry Allen, 1995-96. Stephen Davis needs 12 yards to become the sixth.
10 -- League-leading number of interceptions made by Atlanta's starting cornerbacks this season -- Ashley Ambrose and Ray Buchanan.
11 -- Of the NFL's 30 games the past two weeks were decided after the two-minute warning or in overtime. There were only 22 games decided that late in the season's first nine weeks.
14 -- Quarters since Tampa Bay allowed a touchdown to Chicago. The Bears play host to the Bucs on Sunday.
19 -- Yards needed by Vikings QB Daunte Culpepper on the ground Sunday against the Panthers to break Fran Tarkenton's team record of 376 yards rushing by a quarterback.
26 -- The record for scoring at least 20 points in the most consecutive games, held by the 1983-85 Dolphins and tied by the Rams last week.
30 -- Sacks registered by the Browns this season, five more than their total for all of 1999.
38 -- Consecutive games the Bills' defense has not allowed a 300-yard passer, the top active span in the NFl. The Bills have not allowed a 100-yard rusher in 11 games.
42 -- Sacks registered by the Buccaneers this season, two short of the club record set in 1999.
48 -- Yards needed by Bills wideout Eric Moulds against the Chiefs on Sunday to reach the 1,000-yard mark for the second consecutive season.
106.0 -- Quarterback Trent Dilfer's passer rating in leading the Ravens to victories the past two weeks.
128 -- Combined receptions by Broncos wideouts Ed McCaffrey and Rod Smith this season, making them the NFL's top receiving tandem.
135 -- Yards needed by Titans tailback Eddie George to become the fifth player in NFL history to begin a career with five consecutive 1,000-yard seasons.
145 -- Yards Bengals tailback Corey Dillon needs to become the eighth player in NFL history to begin a career with four consecutive 1,000-yard rushing seasons.
206 -- Career starts made by New England tackle Bruce Armstrong, tying him with Julius Adams for the club record. Armstrong is slated to break the record Sunday with a start against the Bengals.
1,600 -- Total yards the Jets and Dolphins have combined for in their past two games against each other. They have also combined to score 146 points in those two games.
1,804 -- The Eagles' yardage total since Duce Staley suffered a season-ending injury in Week 5. Quarterback Donovan McNabb's passing and rushing netted 1,419 of those yards.
2,950 -- Yards passing by Colts QB Peyton Manning this season. With 50 yards Sunday against the Packers, Manning will become the first QB in NFL history to begin a career with three consecutive 3,000-yard passing seasons.

All stats through Week 11

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