Monday, Nov. 28
Green Bay at Philadelphia, 8:30 p.m. ET. The Packers will appear on ''Monday Night Football'' for the 24th straight season, the second-longest streak in the league behind Denver's 25-year run. The Packers are 30-31-1 on Monday nights, the Eagles are 33-26. The Packers have won two in a row at the Eagles, including the 2010 season opener and wild-card playoff game that season. ... Eagles coach Doug Pederson played for the Packers from 1996-98 and 2001-04. The Packers have lost four games in a row. QB Aaron Rodgers has nine TDs, two INTs and a 104.3 passer rating in his past three road games.
-Drew Brees, Saints, was 28 for 36 for 310 yards and four touchdown passes in New Orleans' 49-21 win over Los Angeles. Brees has nine seasons with at least 30 TD passes, tied with Peyton Manning and Brett Favre for the most in NFL history. Brees also extended his NFL-record streak to 60 consecutive home games with a TD pass. Brees is also the second quarterback in NFL history to reach 30 games with at least four touchdown passes (Peyton Manning, 35).
-Derek Carr, Raiders, was 26 for 38 for 315 yards and two touchdowns and an interception in Oakland's 35-32 win over Carolina.
-Ryan Tannehill, Dolphins, was 20 for 30 for 285 yards and three touchdowns in Miami's 31-24 win over San Francisco.
-Marcus Mariota, Titans, was 15 for 23 for 226 yards and two touchdown passes in Tennessee's 27-21 win over Chicago. Mariota threw for multiple touchdowns in his eighth straight game.
-Matt Ryan, Falcons, was 26 for 34 for 269 yards with two touchdown passes and an interception in Atlanta's 38-19 win over Arizona. Ryan is the first player in NFL history to pass for at least 200 yards in 50 consecutive games.
-Mark Ingram, Saints, had 14 carries for 146 yards and a touchdown in New Orleans' 49-21 win over Los Angeles.
-Colin Kaepernick, 49ers, had 10 carries for 113 yards in San Francisco's 31-24 loss to Miami.
-LeSean McCoy, Bills, had 19 carries for 103 yards and two touchdowns, including a 75-yarder, in Buffalo's 28-21 win over Jacksonville.
-Jonathan Stewart, Panthers, had 17 carries for 96 yards and two touchdowns in Carolina's 35-32 loss to Oakland.
-Devonta Freeman, Falcons, had 16 carries for 60 yards and two touchdowns in Atlanta's 38-19 win over Arizona.
-Michael Thomas, Saints, had nine catches for 108 yards and two touchdowns in New Orleans' 49-21 win over Los Angeles.
-Odell Beckham Jr., Giants, had six catches for 96 yards and two touchdowns in New York's 27-13 win over Cleveland.
-Taylor Gabriel, Falcons, had four catches for 75 yards and two touchdowns in Atlanta's 38-19 win over Arizona.
-Terrelle Pryor, Browns, had six catches for 131 yards in Cleveland's 27-13 loss to the New York Giants.
-Marquess Wilson, Bears, had eight catches for 125 yards and a touchdown in Chicago's 27-21 loss to Tennessee.
-Dontrelle Inman, Chargers, had six catches for 119 yards, including a 52-yard touchdown, in San Diego's 21-13 win over Houston
-Mike Evans, Buccaneers, had eight catches for 104 yards and two touchdowns in Tampa Bay's 14-5 win over Seattle.
-Ted Ginn Jr., Panthers, had four catches for 115 yards, including an 88-yard touchdown, in Carolina's 35-32 loss to Oakland.
-Michael Crabtree, Raiders, had eight catches for 110 yards in Oakland's 35-32 win over Carolina.
-Quincy Enunwa, Jets, had five catches for 109 yards and a touchdown in New York's 22-17 loss to New England.
-Justin Tucker, Ravens, was 4 for 4 on field goals, including a 52-yarder, 54-yarder and a 57-yarder, in Baltimore's 19-14 win over Cincinnati. Tucker has made 34 field goals in a row, including 27 this season, and has connected on all 15 conversion tries. It is Tucker's 11th game with at least four FGs since entering the NFL in 2012. He is the only kicker who has not missed this season.
-Tyreek Hill, Chiefs, returned a kickoff 86 yards for a touchdown against Denver.
-Jason Pierre-Paul, Giants, returned a fumble 43 yards for a touchdown and added three of New York's seven sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in New York's 27-13 win over Cleveland.
-Khalil Mack, Raiders, returned an interception 6 yards for a touchdown and added a sack, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in Oakland's 35-32 win over Carolina.
-Terrell Suggs, Ravens, had two sacks and two forced fumbles in Baltimore's 19-14 win over Cincinnati.
-Marcell Dareus, Bills, had two sacks in Buffalo's 28-21 win over Jacksonville.
-Malik Jackson, Jaguars, had two sacks in Jacksonville's 28-21 loss to Buffalo.
JUST FOR KICKS
A week after 12 extra points were missed around the league, four kickers missed: Cincinnati's Mike Nugent, Buffalo's Dan Carpenter, Carolina's Graham Gano and the Giants' Robbie Gould. Nugent has missed his past three extra-point attempts and 19 for 23 on the season.
The Browns fell to 0-12 on the season after a 27-13 loss to the Giants on Sunday. They joined seven franchises that have lost at least their first 12 games: the 2008 Lions, who went 0-16; 1980 Saints, who went 0-14; 1976 Bucs, also 0-14; 2011 Colts, who went 0-13; 2007 Dolphins, who went 0-13; 2001 Lions, who went 0-12; and 1977 Bucs, who went 0-12.
STREAKS & STATS
The Dolphins extended their winning streak to six games, their longest since 2005, with a 31-24 win over the 49ers. The 49ers took their franchise-record 10th consecutive loss. ... The Giants have won six in a row with a 27-13 win over Cleveland. ... Cleveland has lost 15 in a row since last season. The Browns are 3-30 since ending the 2014 season with five consecutive losses. ... The Raiders have won five straight after their 35-32 win over Carolina. The victory also clinched their first winning season since 2002. ... The Ravens beat the Bengals 19-14 and have won three of four following a four-game losing streak. ... The Bucs have won three straight to climb back into contention for an NFC playoff berth after a 14-5 win over Seattle. ... The Jaguars lost 28-21 to the Bills to extend their skid to six games. It's their longest such streak since opening the 2014 season at 0-6. The Jaguars did snap the NFL's longest active drought by scoring on their opening possession for the first time in 25 games. ... The Rams have lost six of their past seven after Sunday's 49-21 defeat to New Orleans.
New England quarterback Tom Brady passed for 286 yards and two touchdowns - including the winner with 1:56 remaining in the fourth quarter - in the Patriots' 22-17 win at the New York Jets. Including the postseason, Brady has 200 victories, tied with Peyton Manning for the most in NFL history. Brady has 60,229 passing yards and became the fifth player in NFL history to reach 60,000 passing yards, joining Peyton Manning (71,940), Brett Favre (71,838), Drew Brees (64,490) and Dan Marino (61,361). ... It was the 500th win in franchise history for the Patriots, who became the first original AFL franchise to reach the mark.
Star tight end Rob Gronkowski left New England's 22-17 victory against the New York Jets with a back injury, and the Bears lost another linebacker when Danny Trevathan got hurt in the closing minutes of their loss. Gronkowski left in the first quarter. He was questionable coming into the day after missing last weekend's game at San Francisco with a chest injury. Trevathan was injured away from the ball when the Titans handed off to Derrick Henry on second-and-5 at their 22 with just under three minutes remaining. Trevathan stayed down clutching his right leg and was tended to for several minutes before being helped off the field. Coach John Fox said Trevathan's knee injury ''appears to be serious, but we do not have all the tests run to give you a real solid prognosis to this point.'' ... Buffalo cornerback Ronald Darby sustained a concussion after taking a knee to the head while making a tackle in the first quarter against Jacksonville. The Jaguars had four players get hurt: receiver Allen Hurns (hamstring), running back Chris Ivory (hamstring), receiver Rashad Greene Sr. (Achilles) and safety Peyton Thompson (ankle). ... Seattle lost tight end Luke Willson to a knee injury in the opening quarter of its 14-5 loss at Tampa Bay.
''If you want to win, you want the ball in your hands. In my case, at your feet.'' - Ravens kicker Justin Tucker, who was 4 of 4 on field goals, including three from more than 50 yards, in Baltimore's 19-14 win over Cincinnati.
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