Minus 5 ... Reggie Bush ran 11 times for minus-five yards against the Buccaneers Sunday, the fewest yards by any NFL player in 21 years on 11 or more carries. The last player to gain minus-five or fewer yards on 11 or more carries was Ottis Anderson of the Cards on Nov. 4, 1985. Anderson was 5-for-minus-10 that Monday night in a 21-10 win over the Cards at Busch Stadium. Bush gained positive yards on three of his 11 carries.
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37 ... Seahawks quarterback Seneca Wallace's 37-yard scramble against the Raiders was Seattle's longest run from scrimmage in their last 10 games, since Shawn Alexander's 52-yarder against the Titans last Dec. 18.
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172 ... LaDainian Tomlinson became the first player in 33 years with 172 or more rushing yards and three or more rushing touchdowns on 18 or fewer carries. Tomlinson was 18-for-172 rushing against the Browns with three touchdowns. The last player to do that was Mercury Morris of the Dolphins, who was 15-for-197 with three TDs against the Patriots in 1973. Since 1996, Tomlinson has two games with 172 or more rushing yards and three rushing TDs on 21 or fewer carries -- and no other NFL player has any.
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15 ... Damon Huard of the Chiefs threw three touchdown passes against the Rams on just 15 attempts, the fewest attempts by a quarterback with three TDs since Chad Pennington of the Jets threw three on 14 attempts against the Colts on Nov. 16, 2003.
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72 ... Broncos receiver Javon Walker's 72-yard run against the Steelers was the longest run from scrimmage by a non-running back in seven years, since an 82-yarder by Derrick Alexander of the Chiefs on Dec. 18, 1999, also against the Steelers. Walker was the leading rusher in the Broncos-Steelers game despite getting just one carry. He had 206 total yards on just seven touches, the most yards on seven touches from scrimmage since Rod Gardner of the Redskins had 208 yards on six receptions against the Panthers on Oct. 21, 2001.
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433 ... The four active quarterbacks who have won Super Bowls combined to throw 10 interceptions and two touchdowns last Sunday, and their teams went 0-4. Tom Brady threw four INTs and no TDs, Ben Roethlisberger threw three INTs and one TD, Brad Johnson threw one INT and no TDs, and Brett Favre threw two INTs and one TD.
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499 ... Hines Ward and the Steelers have outgained their last three opponents by a combined 499 yards yet lost all three games. They outgained the Falcons by 74 yards (473-399) and lost 41-38, the Raiders by 262 yards (360-98) and lost 20-13, and the Broncos by 163 yards (499-336) and lost 31-20.
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88.0 ... Tom Brady's four-interception game against the Colts lowered his career passer rating almost a full point, from 88.8 to 88.0, and dropped him from seventh to eighth in NFL history in career passer rating, with Trent Green moving up into seventh at 88.1 despite not playing.
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133 ... Rams running back Stephen Jackson became the first running back in NFL history to catch 13 or more passes for 133 or more yards. The closest any previous back came to that kind of receiving production was Keith Byars of the Eagles, who in 1990 was 12-for-133 receiving in a game against the Colts.
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433 ... Ben Roethlisberger became the second quarterback in NFL history to pass for 433 or more yards despite three or more interceptions and one or fewer touchdowns. The only other quarterback with such a performance was Joe Montana of the 49ers on Nov. 17, 1986, against the Redskins. Montana passed for 441 yards with no touchdowns and three interceptions. Roethlisberger's 433 passing yards are the most by a quarterback in a game in which he threw one or fewer touchdowns since Troy Aikman of the Cowboys passed for 455 against the Vikings in 1998 with one TD (and no INTs).
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33 ... Randy Moss and the Raiders haven't scored an offensive touchdown on their last 33 possessions, a streak that goes back to the first quarter against Arizona on Oct. 22. They have two TDs on their last 47 possessions going back to the fourth quarter against the 49ers on Oct. 8. They've been held without an offensive TD in 15 of their last 16 quarters.
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86.3 ... Drew Brees's 314-yard, three-TD performance boosted his career passer rating from 85.5 to 86.3 and vaulted him past both Jeff Garcia (85.8) and Brett Favre (85.9) from 14th into 12th place in NFL history.
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