On Nov. 11, 1990, Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Derrick Thomas set an NFL record when he had seven sacks in a game against the Seattle Seahawks. Few players have come close, including Thomas again with six sacks in a 1998 game. Here are the players with the most sacks in a single game, dating back to 1982 when the NFL made sacks an official stat.
Here's a look at the longest single-season winning streak of every NFL team since the 1970 AFL/NFL merger—regular season games only—including the 2016 Dallas Cowboys, who won their tenth consecutive with a Thanksgiving Day thumping of Washington.
The National Football League continues to be the most lucrative sports league in the world, according to Forbes’ 19th annual NFL Team Valuationslist. The Dallas Cowboys have not been to the Super Bowl in 21 years, but their league-leading revenue ($700 million) and operating income ($300 million) make them the NFL’s most valuable team ($4.2 billion) for the tenth consecutive year.