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Posted: Monday September 24, 2001 3:48 AM
Updated: Tuesday September 25, 2001 2:35 AM

0 -- Times the Vikings have made the playoffs when starting the season 0-2. This is only the sixth time Minnesota is 0-2, the first since 1984. Curtis Martin
Ex-Patriot Curtis Martin has come back to haunt his former team with the Jets. AP
.214 -- Winning percentage by the Cardinals in season openers (3-11) since they moved to Arizona in 1988.
1 -- Touchdown passes of 90 yards or longer in Falcons history before Sunday's 94-yard touchdown from Chris Chandler to Jamal Anderson against the Panthers. Bobby Hebert had a 98-yarder to Michael Haynes against the Saints in 1993.
1-6 -- Record by the Patriots against the Jets since Curtis Martin left New England to sign with New York in 1998.
2 -- Interceptions thrown by Ty Detmer in his 91 passing attempts with Cleveland in 1999. Detmer, now with the Lions, threw seven in 42 passes against the Browns on Sunday.
3 -- Touchdowns scored by Eagles receiver James Thrash in 46 games before his two-TD performance against Seattle. Thrash's first career touchdown pass in 1998 also came against the Seahawks.
4 -- Teams that have yet to allow a touchdown this season. Green Bay and Jacksonville have played two games, while New Orleans and Tampa Bay have played only one.
5 -- Consecutive 100-yard games by Colts running back Edgerrin James, which broke the team record of four set by Eric Dickerson in 1987.
7 -- Points scored by the Bengals against the Ravens in the three games prior to their 21-10 upset of Baltimore on Sunday. It was Cincinnati's first win against Baltimore since 1997.
8 -- Teams that Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith has never rushed for 100 yards against - Rams, Bills, Patriots, Ravens, Bengals, Titans, Chiefs and Chargers. Smith rushed for 85 yards Sunday against San Diego, his career best against the Chargers.
9 -- Receptions by Chiefs wide receivers in the first two games combined. Denver's Rod Smith has 26 in his first two games, including a Broncos record 14 on Sunday against Arizona.
10-0 -- Record of teams that have had a 100-yard rusher this season. There were five in Week 2: James Jackson (Browns), James (Colts), Martin (Jets), Marshall Faulk (Rams) and Ahman Green (Packers).
12 -- Quarterbacks in NFL history to throw for 35,000 yards. Green Bay's Brett Favre became the latest to join the club with his 236-yard game in the blowout of Washington.
13-2 -- All-time combined record by the Cowboys against the Buccaneers and Chargers entering this season. Tampa Bay (1-8 vs. Dallas entering this season) beat the Cowboys in Week 1; San Diego (1-5) beat them in Week 2.
15 -- Punts by the 2-0 Dolphins this season, the most in the NFL. Miami punted seven times in its 18-15 win against Oakland on Sunday and eight times vs. Tennessee in Week 1. Buffalo (0-2) has punted only eight times this season.
17.9 -- Third-down conversion percentage by the 0-2 Titans this season. Tennessee converted 42.5 percent on third down last season, when they went 13-3.
19 -- Years since the Raiders started 2-0 by winning two road games. Oakland lost at Miami on Sunday after a season-opening road victory. However, this was only the fifth time since 1982 the Raiders opened with back-to-back away games.
27 -- Career 100-yard receiving games by Isaac Bruce, the most in Rams history. Bruce had eight catches for 144 yards against the 49ers to pass Henry Ellard on the all-time list.
47 -- Yards receiving by Seahawks rookie Koren Robinson, which leads the team after the first two games. Robinson had only three yards against Philadelphia.
100:31 -- Time it took the Bears to score their first touchdown of the season, a 15-yard touchdown reception by Marty Booker in the fourth quarter against the Vikings.
118 -- Yards rushing by the Ravens in their first two games combined. Jamal Lewis topped 118 yards alone three times last season.
432 -- Net passing yards allowed by the Bills to Dan Marino and the Dolphins on Dec. 30, 1995, the most in team history. Peyton Manning and the Colts had 418 net passing yards Sunday.


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