42 ... Philip Rivers and the Chargers scored 42 second-half points in their 49-41 win over the Bengals. San Diego is the first team to score 42 points in a second half in 27 years, since the Saints scored 42 in a 42-14 win over the Bucs on Oct. 14, 1979.
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70 ... Steelers running back Willie Parker had runs of 72 and 76 yards against the Saints, becoming the first player in nine years with two runs from scrimmage of 70 yards or more in the same game. The last to do it was Barry Sanders of the Lions, who had runs of 80 and 82 on Oct. 12, 1997, in Tampa.
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373 ... Ravens quarterback Steve McNair's 373 passing yards against the Titans are the most by a quarterback against his former team in six years, since Vinny Testaverde of the Jets passed for 481 yards on Dec. 24, 2000, against the Ravens, who he played for during the 1996 and 1997 seasons.
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260 ... Chad Johnson's 260 receiving yards last week were the second-highest total in NFL history in a loss. The only player to record more yards in a loss was Jimmy Smith of the Jaguars, with 291 against the Ravens in 2000. Johnson's yards are 12th-most in NFL history and the most since Terrell Owens of the 49ers had 283 against the Bears in 2000.
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191 ... Donald Driver of the Packers totaled 191 receiving yards on just six receptions against the Vikings, the most yards on six or fewer receptions in five years, since Eric Moulds of the Bills was 6-for-196 against the Dolphins on Nov. 25, 2001.
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84 ... The three longest passes of Donovan McNabb's career have come in his last 12 games: a 91-yarder to Terrell Owens at Denver last year, an 87-yarder to Hank Baskett against the Cowboys and an 84-yarder to Donté Stallworth on Sunday. McNabb had no completions of 84 or more yards in his first 103 career games.
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108 ... Devin Hester's 108-yard return of a missed Jay Feely field goal attempt was the longest play in NFL history by a rookie. The previous longest play by a rookie was a 106-yard kickoff return by Noland Smith of the Chiefs on Dec. 17, 1967. Hester's return matched the longest play in NFL history, a 108-yard return last year by Hester's teammate, Nathan Vasher, of a missed 52-yard field goal attempt by 49ers kicker Joe Nedney.
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15 ... LaDainian Tomlinson's four touchdowns against the Bengals gave him an NFL-record 15 touchdowns in his last five games. The previous five-game record was 14, set by Jim Brown of the Browns. His streak started on Sept. 28, 1958, when he scored two against the Rams and continued with three against the Steelers on Oct. 5, three against the Cards on Oct. 12, two against the Steelers on Oct. 19 and four against the Cards on Oct. 26.
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198 ... Brett Favre threw two touchdowns against the Vikings in Minneapolis, giving him an NFL-record 198 career touchdowns on the road. Dan Marino held the previous record with 197.
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162 ... Marques Colston of the Saints was 10-for-169 receiving against the Steelers two weeks after going 6-for-163 against the Ravens. He's the first NFL rookie in eight years with two 162-yard games in the same season. Randy Moss of the Vikings was 5-for-190 against the Packers and 3-for-163 against the Cowboys in 1998.
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77 ... With his 14th pass attempt against the Panthers Monday night, rookie quarterback Bruce Gradkowski became the first player with only one interception in his first 200 career passes. Two of his next six passes were interceptions.
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26 ... Thomas Jones' 26-yard run on a third-and-22 late in the second quarter against the Giants was the first conversion on a rushing play on a third-and-20 or longer in seven years. The last came on Oct. 31, 1999, when Leroy Hoard of the Vikings ran 53 yards on a third-and-37 against the Broncos in Denver.
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