Statitudes Statitudes

  Posted: Wednesday December 25, 2002 11:59 AM

0-6 -- Colts’ record when they are out-rushed by an opponent. Indianapolis is 9-0 when it holds the rushing advantage. Brian Mitchell
Emmitt Smith has another rushing record in his sights.
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1 -- Chiefs to be selected to consecutive Pro Bowls: Priest Holmes (2001-02).
2 -- Touchdown catches needed by Bills’ Eric Moulds and Peerless Price to tie Billy Brooks’ team record for receiving TDs in a season (11).
2.0 -- Sacks needed by Redskins’ Bruce Smith for his NFL-record 14th 10-sack season.
3 -- Rookies who lead their team in rushing: Texans’ Jonathan Wells, Broncos’ Clinton Portis and Browns’ William Green.
4 -- Rushing yards needed by Lions’ James Stewart for his second career 1,000-yard season.
5 -- Playoff spots open with a week to go, equaling the combined final-week total of the previous two seasons (three in 2000; two in ‘01).
7 -- 100-yard rushing games for Saints’ Deuce McAllister, second most in a season in team history (George Rogers, 9).
7.1 -- Average yards per carry for Titans’ Robert Holcombe in the past two games (14 carries, 100 yards).
9 -- Rushing touchdowns for Vikings’ Daunte Culpepper, tops among NFL QBs.
10 -- Receiving yards needed by Raiders’ Jerry Rice for his 11th 1,200-yard season.
12 -- Consecutive games won, including postseason, by the team with the most rushing yards in the Dolphins-Patriots series.
14-1 -- 49ers’ record when Garrison Hearst rushes for at least 100 yards.
14.9 -- Average yards per reception for Cardinals’ Freddie Jones (16 catches, 239 yards) in the past six games vs. Denver.
17-2 -- Packers’ record when Ahman Green has at least 25 touches.
24-6 -- Rams’ record vs. NFC West since 1999.
33 -- Consecutive games with at least one takeaway for the Bears.
35 -- Receiving yards needed by Broncos’ Rod Smith for his sixth consecutive 1,000-yard season.
38 -- Rushing yards needed by Cowboys’ Emmitt Smith for his NFL-record 12th consecutive 1,000-yard season.
61 -- Receptions by Ravens’ Todd Heap, tops among AFC TEs.
63-9 -- Fourth-quarter point differential during the Jets’ current 6-2 streak.
73 -- Passing yards needed by Panthers’ Rodney Peete for his first 2,500-yard season. He already has career highs in TDs (14) and yards (2,427).
88.8 -- Passer rating for Jaguars’ Mark Brunell (69 of 111 for 769 yards with seven TDs and four INTs) in three career starts vs. Colts.
92 -- Rushing yards needed by Seahawks’ Shaun Alexander to join Curt Warner and Ricky Watters as the only players in team history with consecutive 1,200-yard seasons.
100 -- Receiving yards needed by Bengals’ Chad Johnson to tie the club record for the most 100-yard receiving games (5) in season.
101 -- NFL-low punt return yards allowed by Falcons’ Chris Mohr.
196 -- NFL-low points allowed by the Buccaneers. The team’s single-season record is 223, set in 1977.
226 -- Passing yards needed by Browns’ Tim Couch to become the first Cleveland QB since Bernie Kosar (1986-87) to have consecutive 3,000-yard seasons.
408 -- Franchise record for points scored by the Eagles this season. Philly is 30-4 under head coach Andy Reid when scoring at least 20 points.
1982 -- Year that sacks became an official statistic. Since that time, Steelers’ Joey Porter is the only player to have 8.0 sacks and four interceptions in the same season.
1995-96 -- The last time the Chargers had a receiver with back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons. Curtis Conway needs 148 yards to become the seventh player in team history to do it, and the first since Tony Martin.
3,817 -- Career high passing yards for Giants’ Kerry Collins, who needs 228 yards to set the franchise’s single-season record (Phil Simms’ 4,044).