Pittsburgh wide receiver JUJU SMITH-SCHUSTER …
… had three receptions, including his 200th career catch, in the Steelers‘ 26-24 win over the Colts.
At 22 years and 346 days old, Smith-Schuster is the first player to record 200 career receptions before his 23rd birthday in NFL history. The previous youngest player to reach 200 career receptions was BRANDIN COOKS (23 years and 77 days old).
Kansas City wide receiver TYREEK HILL …
… recorded six catches for 140 yards, including a 40-yard touchdown catch, in the Chiefs‘ 26-23 win over Minnesota.
Hill, who is in his fourth season, became the sixth player in NFL history to record at least 20 touchdowns of at least 40 yards in his first four seasons. The other five players are all enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame: BOB HAYES (24 touchdowns of at least 40 yards), RANDY MOSS (23), JERRY RICE (21), LANCE ALWORTH (20) and GALE SAYERS (20).
Chiefs kicker HARRISON BUTKER …
… made a game-tying 54-yard field goal with 2:30 remaining and converted a game-winning 44-yard attempt as time expired in the victory, becoming the first kicker since MARTIN GRAMATICA (October 27, 2002) to make a game-tying field goal of at least 50 yards and a field goal of at least 40 yards to put his team ahead for good with both coming in the final three minutes of the fourth quarter.
Philadelphia tight end ZACH ERTZ, appearing in his 100th career game, had nine receptions for 103 yards and a touchdown in the Eagles‘ 22-14 win over Chicago.
Ertz has 483 career receptions, the third-most by a tight end through his first 100 games in NFL history. Only Pro Football Hall of Famer KELLEN WINSLOW SR. (497 receptions) and JIMMY GRAHAM (485) had more.