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NFL Woche 17: Tweets und Ergebnisse

Aktuelle Ergebnisse und Tweets der 17. Spielwoche der National Football League


Foxborough, MA - November 23, 2015 - Gillette Stadium: Tyrod Taylor (5) of the Buffalo Bills during a regular season Monday Night Football game (Photo by Allen Kee / ESPN Images)

UNPREDICTABLE NFL: With one week remaining in the 2015 regular season, at least three teams will advance to the playoffs after missing the postseason in 2014 – KANSAS CITY (10-5), MINNESOTA (10-5) and WASHINGTON (8-7). Since the 12-team playoff format was adopted in 1990, at least four teams have qualified for the playoffs in every season that were not in the postseason the year before.   

Two additional teams that missed the playoffs last season are still in contention for a trip to Super Bowl 50 – HOUSTON (8-7) and the NEW YORK JETS(10-5). 

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The teams since 1990 to make the playoffs a season after failing to qualify:

SEASON

 

PLAYOFF TEAMS NOT IN PREVIOUS SEASON’S PLAYOFFS

 

1990

 

7 (Cincinnati, Chicago, Kansas City, Los Angeles Raiders, Miami, New Orleans, Washington)

 

1991

 

5 (Atlanta, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, New York Jets)

 

1992

 

6 (Miami, Minnesota, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, San Diego, San Francisco)

 

1993

 

5 (Denver, Detroit, Green Bay, Los Angeles Raiders, New York Giants)

 

1994

 

5 (Chicago, Cleveland, Miami, New England, San Diego)

 

1995

 

4 (Atlanta, Buffalo, Indianapolis, Philadelphia)

 

1996

 

5 (Carolina, Denver, Jacksonville, Minnesota, New England)          

 

1997

 

5 (Detroit, Kansas City, Miami, New York Giants, Tampa Bay)

 

1998

 

5 (Arizona, Atlanta, Buffalo, Dallas, New York Jets)

 

1999

 

7 (Detroit, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Seattle, Tampa Bay, Tennessee, Washington)

 

2000

 

6 (Baltimore, Denver, New Orleans, New York Giants, Oakland, Philadelphia)

 

2001

 

6 (Chicago, Green Bay, New England, New York Jets, Pittsburgh, San Francisco)

 

2002

 

5 (Atlanta, Cleveland, Indianapolis, New York Giants, Tennessee)

 

2003

 

8 (Baltimore, Carolina, Dallas, Denver, Kansas City, New England, St. Louis, Seattle)

 

2004

 

5 (Atlanta, Minnesota, New York Jets, Pittsburgh, San Diego)

 

2005

 

7 (Carolina, Chicago, Cincinnati, Jacksonville, New York Giants, Tampa Bay, Washington)

 

2006

 

7 (Baltimore, Dallas, Kansas City, New Orleans, New York Jets, Philadelphia, San Diego)

 

2007

 

6 (Green Bay, Jacksonville, Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay, Tennessee, Washington)

 

2008

 

7 (Arizona, Atlanta, Baltimore, Carolina, Miami, Minnesota, Philadelphia)

 

2009

 

6 (Cincinnati, Dallas, Green Bay, New England, New Orleans, New York Jets)

 

2010

 

5 (Atlanta, Chicago, Kansas City, Pittsburgh, Seattle)

 

2011

 

6 (Cincinnati, Denver, Detroit, Houston, New York Giants, San Francisco)

 

2012

 

4 (Indianapolis, Minnesota, Seattle, Washington)

 

2013

 

5 (Carolina, Kansas City, New Orleans, Philadelphia, San Diego)

 

2014

 

5 (Arizona, Baltimore, Dallas, Detroit, Pittsburgh)

 

2015

 

3* (Kansas City, Minnesota, Washington)

 

*Through Week 16

 

-- NFL --

HIGH SCORES: Through Week 16, NFL teams have combined to score 10,993 points (45.8 points per game). 

With 658 points (41.1 points per game) in Week 17, the 2015 season will surpass 2012 (11,651) for the second-most points scored in a single season in NFL history (11,985 in 2013).

The most combined points scored in a single season in NFL history:

SEASON

 

MOST COMBINED POINTS SCORED

 

2013

 

11,985

 

2012

 

11,651

 

2014

 

11,565

 

2011

 

11,356

 

2010

 

11,283

 

 

 

 

 

2015

 

10,993*

 

*Through Week 16

 

-- NFL --

30 CLUBNine different quarterbacks have passed for 30 or more touchdowns in 2015, tied for the most in a single season in NFL history (2014).

With one touchdown pass on Sunday by Detroit quarterback MATTHEW STAFFORD (29) at Chicago or New York Jets quarterback RYAN FITZPATRICK(29) at Buffalo, this season would surpass 2014 for the most quarterbacks to throw at least 30 touchdown passes in a single season.

The quarterbacks to throw at least 30 touchdown passes this season: 

PLAYER

 

TEAM

 

TOUCHDOWN PASSES

 

Tom Brady

 

New England

 

36

 

Blake Bortles

 

Jacksonville

 

35

 

Carson Palmer

 

Arizona

 

34

 

Eli Manning

 

New York Giants

 

33

 

Cam Newton

 

Carolina

 

33

 

Drew Brees

 

New Orleans

 

31

 

Derek Carr

 

Oakland

 

31

 

Russell Wilson

 

Seattle

 

31

 

Aaron Rodgers

 

Green Bay

 

30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ryan Fitzpatrick

 

New York Jets

 

29

 

Matthew Stafford

 

Detroit

 

29

 


-- NFL --

FANTASTIC FALCON: Atlanta wide receiver JULIO JONES leads the league with 127 receptions and 1,722 receiving yards this season.

With 127 receiving yards on Sunday against New Orleans, Jones would surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer JERRY RICE (1,848 yards in 1995) for the second-most receiving yards in a season in NFL history. 

The players with the most receiving yards in a season in NFL history: 

PLAYER

 

TEAM

 

YEAR

 

RECEIVING YARDS

 

Calvin Johnson

 

Detroit

 

2012

 

1,964

 

Jerry Rice

 

San Francisco

 

1995

 

1,848

 

Isaac Bruce

 

St. Louis

 

1995

 

1,781

 

Charley Hennigan

 

Houston Oilers

 

1961

 

1,746

 

Julio Jones

 

Atlanta

 

2015

 

1,722*

 

Marvin Harrison

 

Indianapolis

 

2002

 

1,722

 

*Through Week 16

 

-- NFL --

DOMINANT DREWNew Orleans quarterback DREW BREES passed for 412 yards and three touchdowns in the Saints’ 38-27 win over Jacksonville. The performance marked Brees’ 13th career game with at least 400 passing yards. 

With at least 400 passing yards on Sunday at Atlanta, Brees would tie PEYTON MANNING (14) for the most 400-yard passing performances in NFL history. 

The players with the most 400-yard passing games in NFL history: 

PLAYER

 

TEAM(S)

 

MOST 400-YARD PASSING GAMES

 

Peyton Manning

 

Indianapolis, Denver

 

14

 

Drew Brees

 

San Diego, New Orleans

 

13

 

Dan Marino*

 

Miami

 

13

 

Carson Palmer

 

Cincinnati, Oakland, Arizona

 

8

 

Philip Rivers

 

San Diego

 

8

 

Ben Roethlisberger

 

Pittsburgh

 

8

 

*Pro Football Hall of Famer

 

-- NFL --

GALLOPING GORE: With 109 rushing yards on Sunday against Tennessee, Indianapolis running back FRANK GORE would join Pro Football Hall of Famers EMMITT SMITH (11), CURTIS MARTIN (10), WALTER PAYTON (10) and BARRY SANDERS (10) as the only players in NFL history to rush for 1,000 yards in at least nine different seasons.

The players to rush for 1,000 yards in at least nine different seasons: 

PLAYER

 

SEASONS WITH 1,000 RUSHING YARDS

 

Emmitt Smith

 

11

 

Curtis Martin

 

10

 

Walter Payton

 

10

 

Barry Sanders

 

10

 

 

 

 

 

Frank Gore

 

8*

 

*891 yards through Week 16

 

-- NFL --

KICKING THE RECORD BOOKS: Below is a sampling of kicking milestones that can be reached Sunday. 

  • With a 50-yard field goal on Sunday at Kansas City, Oakland kicker SEBASTIAN JANIKOWSKI, who has converted 52 career kicks of at least 50 yards, would surpass JASON HANSON (52) for the most 50-yard field goals in NFL history. 
  • New England kicker STEPHEN GOSTKOWSKI, who currently leads the NFLin scoring (147 points) and has previously done so four times in his career, can join Pro Football Hall of Famer DON HUTSON (five) and GINO CAPPELLETTI (five) as the only players to lead the league in points scored at least five times. 

Gostkowski is tied with Minnesota kicker BLAIR WALSH for the most field goals made this season with 32 and can join Pro Football Hall of Famer LOU GROZA (five), WARD CUFF (four) and JACK MANDERS (four) as the only players to lead the league in field goals at least four times.






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