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NFL Woche 16: Tweets und Ergebnisse

Aktuelle Ergebnisse und Tweets der 16. Spielwoche der National Football League


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UNPREDICTABLE NFL: With two weeks remaining in the 2015 regular season, 18 teams remain in contention for a trip to Super Bowl 50. Only three teams – Arizona (NFC West), Carolina (NFC South) and New England (AFC East) – have clinched their divisions and six playoff spots are still to be determined. 

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CONSECUTIVE CAROLINAThe CAROLINA PANTHERS (14-0)are the fourth team in the Super Bowl era to start a season 14-0 and have won 18 consecutive regular-season games dating back to last season. 

With a win on Sunday at Atlanta, the Panthers would join Indianapolis (23 games from 2008-09) and New England (21 from 2006-08) as the only teams in NFL history to win at least 19 consecutive regular-season games.

The teams with the most consecutive regular-season wins in NFL history:

TEAM

 

YEARS

 

MOST CONSECUTIVE REGULAR-SEASON WINS

 

Indianapolis

 

2008-09

 

23

 

New England

 

2006-08

 

21

 

Carolina

 

2014-present

 

18*

 

New England

 

2003-04

 

18

 

*Active streak

 

 

 

 

 

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BIG BENPittsburgh quarterback BEN ROETHLISBERGER threw for 380 yards last week and leads the league with six 350-yard passing games in 2015.   

With 350 passing yards on Sunday at Baltimore, Roethlisberger would tie ANDREW LUCK (seven in 2014) for the third-most 350+ yard passing games in a single season in NFL history. PEYTON MANNING and DREW BREES hold the record with eight such games in 2013 and 2011, respectively.

The most games with 350+ passing yard in a single season in NFL history: 

SINGLE SEASON

 

PLAYER

 

TEAM

 

YEAR

 

MOST GAMES WITH 350+ PASS YARDS

 

Peyton Manning

 

Denver

 

2013

 

8

 

Drew Brees

 

New Orleans

 

2011

 

8

 

Andrew Luck

 

Indianapolis

 

2014

 

7

 

Ben Roethlisberger

 

Pittsburgh

 

2015

 

6*

 

Drew Brees

 

New Orleans

 

2013

 

6

 

Drew Brees

 

New Orleans

 

2012

 

6

 

Tom Brady

 

New England

 

2007

 

6

 

*Through 14 games

 

 

 

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RECEPTION PARTY: Below is a sampling of reception milestones that can be reached Sunday.

  • Atlanta wide receiver JULIO JONES (118)and Pittsburgh wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN (116) rank first and second, respectively, in receptions this season.

With six catches on Sunday against Carolina, Jones can surpass HERMAN MOORE (123 in 1995) and WES WELKER (123 in 2009) for the third-most catches in a season in NFL history. Jones has at least six catches in 11 of 14 games this season. 

With four catches on Sunday against Baltimore, Brown can join Pro Football Hall of Famer CRIS CARTER (1994-95) as the only players in NFL history with back-to-back 120-catch seasons. Brown’s 129 catches last season were the second-most ever (MARVIN HARRISON, 143 in 2002). 

The most receptions in a season in NFL history: 

PLAYER

 

TEAM

 

YEAR

 

RECEPTIONS

 

Marvin Harrison

 

Indianapolis

 

2002

 

143

 

Antonio Brown

 

Pittsburgh

 

2014

 

129

 

Wes Welker 

 

New England

 

2009

 

123

 

Herman Moore

 

Detroit

 

1995

 

123

 

Calvin Johnson

 

Detroit

 

2012

 

122

 

Wes Welker

 

New England

 

2011

 

122

 

Cris Carter

 

Minnesota

 

1995

 

122

 

Jerry Rice

 

San Francisco

 

1995

 

122

 

Cris Carter

 

Minnesota

 

1994

 

122

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Julio Jones

 

Atlanta

 

2015

 

118*

 

Antonio Brown

 

Pittsburgh

 

2015

 

116*

 

*Through 14 games

 

 

 

 

 

  • New York Jets wide receiver BRANDON MARSHALL is tied for sixth in the league with 93 receptions this season. With seven receptions on Sunday against New England, Marshall would become the first player in NFL history with six 100-catch seasons. 

The most seasons with at least 100 receptions in NFL history:

PLAYER

 

MOST 100+ CATCH SEASONS

 

Brandon Marshall

 

5*

 

Andre Johnson

 

5

 

Wes Welker

 

5

 

                                      *93 catches through 14 games

  • San Francisco wide receiver ANQUAN BOLDIN (999) needs a catch on Sunday at Detroit to become the 13th player in NFL history to reach 1,000 career receptions. Boldin, who has played 184 career games, can surpass  REGGIE WAYNE (195) for the fifth-fewest games in NFL history to reach the milestone.  

The players to reach 1,000 receptions in the fewest games in NFL history:

PLAYER

 

FEWEST GAMES TO REACH 1,000 CATCHES

 

Marvin Harrison

 

167

 

Andre Johnson

 

168

 

Jerry Rice

 

181

 

Larry Fitzgerald

 

182

 

Reggie Wayne

 

195

 

 

 

 

 

Anquan Boldin

 

184*

 

*999 career catches​

 

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ROOKIE PASS YARDSTampa Bay rookie quarterback JAMEIS WINSTON has thrown for 3,422 yards this season. With 318 passing yards Sunday against Chicago, Winston would surpass PEYTON MANNING (3,739 in 1998) for the third-most passing yards by a rookie in NFL history.  

The rookie quarterbacks with the most passing yards in NFL history: 

MOST PASSING YARDS BY ROOKIE QB

 

PLAYER

 

TEAM

 

YEAR

 

YARDS

 

Andrew Luck

 

Indianapolis

 

2012

 

4,374

 

Cam Newton

 

Carolina

 

2011

 

4,051

 

Peyton Manning

 

Indianapolis

 

1998

 

3,739

 

Sam Bradford

 

St. Louis

 

2010

 

3,512

 

Matt Ryan

 

Atlanta

 

2008

 

3,440

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jameis Winston

 

Tampa Bay

 

2015

 

3,422*

 

*Through 14 games

 

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SACK ATTACKGreen Bay linebacker JULIUS PEPPERS has 135 career sacks and ranks 10th all-time since sacks became an official statistic in 1982. 

With at least a half-sack on Sunday against Arizona, Peppers would become the fifth player to have nine or more seasons with 10+ sacks since sacks became an official statistic in 1982.

The most seasons with 10+ sacks since 1982: 

PLAYER

 

MOST 10+ SACK SEASONS

 

Bruce Smith^

 

13

 

Reggie White^

 

12

 

Kevin Greene

 

10

 

John Randle^

 

9

 

Many tied

 

8

 

 

 

 

 

Julius Peppers

 

8*

 

 

 

*9.5 sacks through 14 games

 

 

 

^Pro Football Hall of Famer

 

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MILE-HIGH MONDAY: On Monday night, the DENVER BRONCOS (10-4) will host Cincinnati (11-3). TheBroncos’ Monday Night Football appearance this week marks their 24th consecutive season with at least one Monday night game(1992-present), the longest current streak in the NFL. Oakland holds the record with 28 consecutive seasons appearing on Monday Night Football (1970-97). 

Denver (68) also ranks fourth for the most appearances on MNF among NFL teams. 

The teams with the most consecutive seasons and most games appearing on Monday Night Football:

TEAM

 

YEARS

 

MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS

APPEARING ON MNF

 

TEAM

 

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL APPEARANCES

 

Oakland/LA

 

1970-97

 

28

 

 

 

Miami

 

82

 

Denver

 

1992-present

 

24*

 

Dallas

 

77

 

Green Bay

 

1993-present

 

23

 

 

 

San Francisco

 

72

 

Dallas

 

1970-88

 

19

 

 

 

Denver

 

68*

 

Miami

 

1970-88

 

19

 

 

 

Pittsburgh

 

67

 

*Including Monday’s game vs. Cincinnati

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Including Monday’s game vs. Cincinnati

 

 

 

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SUPER BOWL REMATCHES FEATURED THIS SEASON

AS PART OF SUPER BOWL 50 CELEBRATION

WEEK 16: COWBOYS AT BILLS

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 16, the Bills will host the Cowboys on Sunday in a rematch of Super Bowls XXVII & XXVIII, which the Cowboys won 52-17 and 30-13, respectively. 

Rematches 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.

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