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NFL Woche 15: Tweets und Ergebnisse

Aktuelle Ergebnisse und Tweets der 15. Spielwoche der National Football League


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STAYIN’ ALIVEWith three weeks to play in the regular season, 25 teams remain in contention for a trip to Super Bowl 50.

That ties for the fourth-most teams remaining in contention with three weeks to play since the NFL instituted the 16-game schedule in 1978. 

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The most teams remaining in contention for a trip to the Super Bowl with three weeks to play since 1978: 

YEAR

 

TEAMS REMAINING IN SUPER BOWL CONTENTION

WITH THREE WEEKS TO PLAY

 

2004

 

27

 

1995

 

27

 

1982

 

27

 

2015

 

25

 

2013

 

25

 

2006

 

25

 

1994

 

25

 

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KC EXPRESSThe KANSAS CITY CHIEFS have won seven consecutive games to improve to 8-5. The Chiefs, who lost five games in a row before their current winning streak, are the second team in NFL history to win at least seven consecutive games immediately following a losing streak of at least five games (1970 Cincinnati Bengals).

With a win against Baltimore in Week 15, Kansas City would become the first team in NFL history to win at least eight consecutive games immediately following a losing streak of at least five games.

The teams with the most consecutive wins immediately following a losing streak of at least five games: 

TEAM

 

SEASON

 

LOSING STREAK

 

CONSECUTIVE WINS FOLLOWING LOSING STREAK

 

FINAL RECORD

 

Cincinnati Bengals*

 

1970

 

6

 

7

 

8-6

 

Kansas City Chiefs

 

2015

 

5

 

 7**

 

???

 

*Won division

 

**Current streak

 

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FITZ VS. PHILLYArizona wide receiver LARRY FITZGERALD has 38 receptions for 650 yards and eight touchdowns in six career regular season games against Philadelphia, including at least one touchdown catch in each game. 

With a touchdown catch against Philadelphia on Sunday Night Football, Fitzgerald would eclipse Pro Football Hall of Famer JERRY RICE (six), ISAAC BRUCE (six) and ROB GRONKOWSKI (six) for the second-most consecutive regular-season games with a receiving touchdown against an opponent to start a career since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger.

The players with the most consecutive regular-season games with a receiving TD against an opponent to start a career (since 1970): 

PLAYER

 

OPPONENT

 

YEARS

 

CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A RECEIVING TD TO START A CAREER

 

Isaac Curtis

 

Cleveland

 

1973-76

 

8

 

Jerry Rice*

 

Green Bay

 

1986-98

 

6

 

Isaac Bruce

 

New Orleans

 

1994-1997

 

6

 

Rob Gronkowski

 

Buffalo

 

2010-12

 

6

 

Larry Fitzgerald

 

Philadelphia

 

2005-present

 

6

 

*Pro Football Hall of Fame

 

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SACK MASTEROakland defensive end KHALIL MACK posted five sacks in Week 14 against Denver. Mack, who has four multiple-sack performances this season, currently leads the league with 14 sacks.

In his previous three games, Mack has posted nine sacks, tied for the third-most sacks through any three-game span in a single season since the statistic became official in 1982.

With 2.5 sacks on Sunday against Green Bay, Mack would surpass ALDON SMITH (11 in 2012; 10.5 in 2012) and Pro Football Hall of Famers RICHARD DENT (11) and MICHAEL STRAHAN (10.5) for the most sacks over a four-game span in a single season since 1982.

The players with the most sacks over a four-game span in one season since 1982: 

PLAYER

 

  TEAM

 

SEASON

 

 WEEKS

 

SACKS OVER FOUR-GAME SPAN

 

Aldon Smith

 

  San Francisco

 

2012

 

8-12

 

11

 

Richard Dent

 

  Chicago

 

1984

 

7-10

 

11

 

Aldon Smith

 

  San Francisco

 

2012

 

7-11

 

10.5

 

Michael Strahan

 

  New York Giants

 

2001

 

3-6

 

10.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Khalil Mack

 

  Oakland

 

2015

 

12-14

 

  9*

 

*Through three-game span

 

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ROOKIE RECORDSTwo rookie quarterbacks – Tennessee’s MARCUS MARIOTA and Tampa Bay’s JAMEIS WINSTON – can move up the NFL’s all-time rookie touchdown pass list in Week 15. 

Mariota has thrown 19 touchdown passes this season. With four touchdown passes this Sunday against New England, Mariota would tie ANDREW LUCK(23) for the second-most TD passes by a rookie in NFL history.  

Winston (18) can also move up the ranks this week at St. Louis on Thursday Night Football

The rookie quarterbacks with the most touchdown passes in NFL history: 

MOST PASSING TDs BY ROOKIE QB

 

PLAYER

 

TEAM

 

YEAR

 

TDs

 

Peyton Manning

 

Indianapolis

 

1998

 

26

 

Russell Wilson

 

Seattle

 

2012

 

26

 

Andrew Luck

 

Indianapolis

 

2012

 

23

 

Charlie Conerly

 

N.Y. Giants

 

1948

 

22

 

Cam Newton

 

Carolina

 

2011

 

21

 

Derek Carr

 

Oakland

 

2014

 

21

 

Dan Marino

 

Miami

 

1983

 

20

 

Andy Dalton

 

Cincinnati

 

2011

 

20

 

Robert Griffin III

 

Washington

 

2012

 

20

 

 

 

 

 

Marcus Mariota

 

Tennessee

 

2015

 

19*

 

Jameis Winston

 

Tampa Bay

 

2015

 

18*

 

*Through 13 games

 

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TWIN JETSNew York Jets wide receivers ERIC DECKER and BRANDON MARSHALL have both recorded a touchdown catch in seven games this season, tied for the most by teammates in a season in NFL history (1998 Minnesota: Pro Football Hall of Famer CRIS CARTER and RANDY MOSS).

With a touchdown catch by each player on Saturday night against Dallas, Decker and Marshall would eclipse Carter and Moss for the most games with a touchdown catch by teammates in a season in NFL history.

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SUPER BOWL REMATCHES AND HOMECOMINGS FEATURED THIS SEASON

AS PART OF SUPER BOWL 50 CELEBRATION

​WEEK 15: BILLS AT REDSKINS

PACKERS AT RAIDERS

BENGALS AT 49ERS

The 2015 NFL regular-season schedule features 19 Super Bowl rematches as part of the year-long celebration of Super Bowl 50, which will be played on Sunday, February 7, 2016 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. 

In Week 15, the Bills will travel to take on the Redskins Sunday in a rematch of Super Bowl XXVI, won by the Redskins 37-24. The Raiders will host the Packers in a rematch of Super Bowl II, which the Packers won 33-14. The Bengals travel to San Francisco to face the 49ers in a rematch of Super Bowls XVI & XXIII, which the 49ers won 26-21 and 20-16, respectively. 

The Redskins will bring back Super Bowl MVP MARK RYPIEN as an honorary captain and induct MONTE COLEMAN into their Ring of Fame during the halftime ceremony. The Raiders will celebrate their Super Bowl II team throughout the game and recognize RON WOLF. The 49ers will bring back their 1981 defensive line and their 1988 players to celebrate their Super Bowl XVI and XXIII teams. On Thursday Night Football, the Rams will celebrate Super Bowl XXXIV as the team will recreate “The Catch” by RICKY PROEHL during the 1999 NFC Championship Game and will have in-stadium activations for fans. The Cowboys will honor their Super Bowl XXX team with in-stadium activations as well.   

Rematches and Homecomings are part of the NFL’s On The Fifty platform, designed to link the past 49 Super Bowls with this year’s game and honor the teams, players, coaches, fans and communities that have been a part of those games. 

The Jacksonville Jaguars will also celebrate their Homecoming this week as NFL Legends will return to be honored by their teams and will reconnect with former teammates, club personnel and fans. 

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