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Posted: Monday September 10, 2001 2:59 AM

0 -- Times in Seahawks history they won a game despite scoring fewer than 10 points before their 9-6 victory against the Browns. Chris Weinke
Chris Weinke led the Panthers' rookie attack in Carolina's upset of Minnesota. AP
0-6 -- Record of the six head coaches making debuts with their new teams Sunday. Butch Davis (Browns), Herman Edwards (Jets), Marty Mornhinweg (Lions), Marty Schottenheimer (Redskins), Dick Vermeil (Chiefs) and Gregg Williams (Bills) all lost.
.824 -- St. Louis' winning percentage when Kurt Warner has thrown for 300 or more yards (14-3). Warner had 308 passing yards in the Rams' 20-17 victory against the Eagles.
2 -- Runs in Packers history longer than Ahman Green's 83-yard touchdown jaunt. Andy Uram had a 97-yarder against the Chicago Cardinals in 1939, while Jim Taylor had an 84-yarder against the Lions in '64.
4-1 -- Rich Gannon's record against the Chiefs since he left Kansas City to sign with Oakland. In Gannon's four years in Kansas City, the Chiefs were 7-1 against the Raiders.
6 -- Times in the past 10 games, including their Super Bowl run, the Ravens' defense has not allowed a touchdown.
8 -- Teams that failed to score a touchdown Sunday -- Seattle, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Dallas, Buffalo, Chicago and Washington.
9.7 -- Average points scored by the Steelers in their six losses at Jacksonville's Alltel Stadium. The Steelers have won once in seven road games against the Jaguars.
10 -- Years since a Saints player intercepted three passes in a game. Sammy Knight became the fifth player in New Orleans history, and first since Gene Atkins on Dec. 22, 1991, to accomplish the feat.
12 -- Passes completed of 35 or more yards Sunday, including three by the 49ers. Cowboys quarterback Quincy Carter threw for only 34 yards the entire game against the Bucs.
14.8 -- Quarterback rating by Washington's Jeff George. The Redskins signal-caller completed 8 of 18 passes for 66 yards, threw two interceptions and fumbled twice on center snaps.
15 -- Years since Detroit has won a season opener against an NFC Central team, dating to a 13-10 victory at Minnesota in 1986. The Lions have lost the past six season openers vs. division opponents.
18 -- Games, counting playoffs, since the last time the Titans allowed more than 30 points at Adelphia Colisuem. Cincinnati scored 35 in a 36-35 loss to Tennessee on Sept. 12, 1999.
32 -- Times Mark Brunell has thrown a touchdown pass to Jimmy Smith in his 88 games with the Jaguars, including two Sunday against Pittsburgh. Of Brunell's 109 career touchdown passes, 29.3 percent have went to Smith.
35 -- Yards of Lamar Smith's longest reception before his 65-yard touchdown reception against the Titans. The Dolphins running back had 70 yards receiving in all against Tennessee, one-third of his 2000 total.
52 -- The most points allowed by the Jets in a season opener. Only the 52-14 whipping Miami handed New York in 1995 surpasses the 45-point outburst Indianapolis had Sunday against the Jets.
59.2 -- Yards receiving Jerry Rice has averaged against the Chiefs in his career. Despite Rice's 87-yard game Sunday, Kansas City is one of five teams he is averaging fewer than 60 yards against in his career, joining Baltimore, Buffalo, Jacksonville and Pittsburgh.
60 -- Yards rushing by Falcons quarterback Chris Chandler in all of last season. Atlanta rookie QB Michael Vick had 32 yards on the ground Sunday in only two carries.
70 -- Passing attempts by Bills quarterback Rob Johnson in his past four games. In that span, he's thrown seven interceptions and no touchdowns.
74 -- Highest single-game rushing total by a Chargers running back last season - by Jermaine Fazande and Robert Chancey. LaDanian Tomlinson rushed for 113 against Washington.
95 -- Yards that Indianapolis defensive tackle Chukie Nwokorie rumbled for a touchdown after recovering a Vinny Testaverde fumble, the longest fumble return in Colts history.
97.2 -- Percentage of the Panthers' total yards that were accounted for by rookies. Quarterback Chris Weinke (197) and running back Nick Goings (86) were the stars for Carolina.
127 -- Total yards by the Cowboys on Sunday, the third-fewest allowed in Buccaneers history. Only the 1980 Chiefs (80) and the '99 Giants (107) had fewer total yards in a game against Tampa Bay.
244 -- Yards punting by Patriots punter Lee Johnson on Sunday against the Bengals, enough to pass Rohn Stark to become the NFL's all-time leader in punting yardage. Johnson has amassed 49,672 yards in his 16-year career.
1,030 -- Yards rushing by Corey Dillon in his past eight home games. The Bengals' star tailback ran for 104 yards against New England.

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