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What You Should Know About Sunday Games

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We reached Week 11 of the NFL. The 49ers, Bears, Bills and Giants rest. While the game between Titans and Ravens is very craving and everything seems to indicate that the Steelers will remain undefeated, unless the Jaguaes give the surprise of the year.

The 848 touchdowns that have been recorded are the most in 10 weeks in a season in NFL history. There have also been 31 double-digit comebacks, the highest number after 10 games in league history.

Let’s go over some other interesting facts about Sunday games, and hopefully they serve to broaden the conversation and, of course, make better decisions at the bookmaker.

  • They have met 20 times in the regular season (Series tied 10-10).

  • Titans: Lost 3 of their last 4 games after starting the season 5-0.

  • Derrick HenrY (TEN): Seeks to exceed 100 rushing yards in games followed by 1st. time this campaign.

  • Ryan Tannehill (TEN): 16 games with multiple TD passes since Week 7 of 2019 (Most in the NFL).

  • Ravens: They were eliminated by the Titans in the Divisional Round of the previous postseason.

  • Lamar Jackson (BAL): The worst loss of his career (Dif. 16 pts.) Was to the Titans in the playoffs last season.

  • They have met 9 times in the regular season (Panthers lead 6-3).

  • Lions: 3-2 away from home in 2020. If they win, they would equal their combined road wins from 2018-19.

  • Marvin Jones (DET): 3 games in a row with at least one TD via catch. That ties the longest streak of his career.

  • Panthers: They could become the 2nd team (Jets) to have a streak of at least 6 losses in each of the last 3 seasons.

  • QB Teddy Bridgewater (CAR): You could miss this game due to a knee injury, Your substitute, Will Grier He’s only started 2 games in his career and lost both.

  • They have met 49 times in the regular season (Browns lead 31-17-1).

  • Eagles: They are the team that has registered 3 the most times and was on offense (27) this year.

  • Carson Wentz (PHI): 2-4-1 vs teams from the AFC North. Your pct. victory (.357) vs that Division, is the lowest in his career.

  • Browns: 0-5 vs. Eagles since they returned to the NFL in 1999. It is the only team he has not been able to beat since his return.

  • Baker Mayfield (CLE): 2 games in a row without a TD pass. It’s his longest streak since he added 3 straight games with Texas Tech in 2013.

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  • They have met 10 times in the regular season (Patriots lead 8-2).
  • Patriots: Lost 28-22 at Texans in Week 13 of 2019. They have never lost straight games to them.
  • Cam Newton (NE): Looking to win 3 games in a row for the first time since Weeks 7-9 of 2018.
  • Texans: If they lose, they will call their 2nd. worst start after 10 games in a season (2-8 in 2013).
  • Deshaun Watson (HOU): Could match his personal best of 5 games with 300+ yards in one season.

  • They have met 24 times in the regular season (Series tied 12-12).

  • 4th. duel between a team 9-0 or better against another with 1 or fewer victories in the Super Bowl era.

  • Steelers: They are the 22nd. team in the Super Bowl era that starts 9-0. Of the 21 above, 12 made the Super Bowl and 7 won it.

  • Ben Roethlisberger (PIT): Comes from throwing for 300+ yards and 3 TDs in straight games. He has never done it in 3 consecutive games.

  • Jaguars: They have allowed 24+ pts. in 8 games in a row. It’s the worst streak in team history.

  • Jake Luton (JAX): It is expected to start its 3rd. game in the NFL. Roethlisberger is 8-0 vs. QB’s with 2 or fewer career starts.

  • They have met 10 times in the regular season (Bengals lead 5-4-1).

  • The last duel between the two was in London and ended tied at 27 points.

  • Bengals: 0-17-1 in their last 8 road games. His last win was in Week 4 of 2018 in Atlanta.

  • Joe Burrow (CIN): His 2,485 passing yards are the most among rookie QBs this season.

  • Washington: His defense vs. passing (194.7 yards per game) is the best in the league this season.

  • Alex Smith (WAS): Comes from exceeding 300 passing yards in games followed by 1st. time in his career.

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  • They have met 101 times in the regular season (Falcons lead 52-49).

  • Falcons: Their defense is the NFL’s top yards per play (6.45) defense in 2020.

  • Matt Ryan (ATL): Record the highest QBR (90.6) in the league since Week 6 when Raheem Morris took over the team.

  • Saints: Together with Bills and Buccaneers, they are the teams that have been in the Red Zone the most times (40) this season.

  • Saints: 6th. team in history with a streak of 6 wins in 4 temp. in a row. According to Elias Sports Bureau, the 5 previous teams were crowned champions in one of those 4 seasons where they registered that streak.

  • They have met 18 times in the regular season (Dolphins lead 12-5-1).

  • Dolphins: Looking to win 6 games in a row for the first time since the 2016 season.

  • Tua Tagovailoa (MIA): He could become the only QB in team history to win his first 4 career starts.

  • Broncos: 21 turnovers this season (Most in the NFL). In 2019 they lost a total of 16 balls.

  • Broncos: They have allowed 30+ points in 4 games in a row. That streak is the longest for them since 1968.

  • Jerry Jeudy (DEN): 50+ receiving yards in 7 games this season. Tied with CeeDee Lamb by the most among newbies.

  • They have met 35 times in the regular season (Chargers lead 22-12-1).

  • Jets: For 1st. Once in their history they started a campaign with a 0-9 record.

  • Jets: Have only had 10 offensive TDs this season (the lowest in the entire NFL).

  • Chargers: Their 7 losses in 2020 have been by maximum difference of one touchdown. That figure equals the most losses under those conditions after 9 games in a season according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

  • Justin Herbert (LAC): 6 games in a row with multiple TD passes. That streak is the longest by a rookie in league history according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

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  • They have met 43 times in the regular season (Colts lead 22-20-1).

  • Packers: 10-3 on the road since 2019. If they win, they will tie the Chiefs and Ravens for the most road wins in that span.

  • Aaron Rodgers (GB): Won each of the last 4 indoor stadium matches since last season.

  • Davante Adams (GB): 4 games in a row with at least one TD via reception. That’s his longest streak in a single season.

  • Colts: Allow 290.4 yards per game this season. That average is the lowest in the entire NFL.

  • T.Y. Hilton (IND): 19 games in a row with less than 100 yards receiving (Worst streak in his career).

  • They have met 24 times in the regular season (Series tied 12-12).

  • Cowboys: They are looking to avoid losing 5 games in a row by 1st. time since 2015-16.

  • Ezekiel Elliott (DAL): He hasn’t surpassed 100 yards yards in a game this season.

  • Vikings: Record the highest average yards per play (6.49) this season.

  • Dalvin Cook (MIN): Leads the NFL this year in TD (13) & total yards (1,143).

  • Justin jefferson (MIN): His 692 receiving yards since Week 3 is the most in the NFL since then.

  • They have met 120 times in the regular season (Chiefs lead 65-53-2).

  • Chiefs: They haven’t lost multiple games to divisional opponents in the same season since 2014.

  • Chiefs: 23+ pts. in 23 straight games including postseason (Longest streak in NFL history).

  • Patrick mahomes (KC): 14-2 in his career vs. divisional rivals (2-1 this season).

  • Raiders: They are the best team in conversions in 3rd. chance (50.4%) this season.

  • Josh Jacobs (LV): His 8 rushing TDs in 2020 exceed the combined total (7) for all Chiefs players.

  • Derek Carr (LV): 1 of 2 QB’s (Patrick Mahomes) this season, with 15+ TD passes (16) & 2 or fewer interceptions (2).


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