NFL Week 17 Stats: Cooper Kupp and T.J. Watt closing in on record years in receiving and sacks | NFL News


Benedetto Bermange

Cricket statistician

Benedict Bermange collects the best stats of week 17 in the NFL, including Kyle Pitts and Ja’Marr Chase continuing their extraordinary record-breaking seasons, Tom Brady leading yet another victory, and the Tennessee Titans returning to victory. division titles back

Last updated: 05/01/22 9:58

Cooper Kupp has a chance to break the NFL single-season receiving record if he has 136 yards or more in the last game of the season

Cooper Kupp has a chance to break the NFL single-season receiving record if he has 136 yards or more in the last game of the season

Sky Sports Cricket statistician – and big Buffalo Bills fan – Benedict Bermange dives into the 2021 NFL season to pick each week’s best stats …

coup of the cooper had 95 yards received against the Baltimore Ravens to increase his total to 1,829 for the season, beating Isaacs Bruce’s franchise record for a single season of 1,781 for the Rams, set in 1995. Kupp is the fifth player in NFL history. with at least 1,800 yards received in a season and needs 136 more in week 18 to surpass Calvin Johnson’s 1,964 total in 2012 for the most in a season in NFL history.

Watch the highlights of a record-breaking evening as wide receiver Cooper Kupp broke the Rams' single-season reception record.

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Watch the highlights of a record-breaking evening as wide receiver Cooper Kupp broke the Rams’ single-season reception record.

Watch the highlights of a record-breaking evening as wide receiver Cooper Kupp broke the Rams’ single-season reception record.

Despite the loss to the Buffalo Bills, Kyle Pitts of the Atlanta Falcons became only the second rookie tight end to have at least 1,000 yards received in a season. The only other player was Mike Ditka of the Chicago Bears, way back in 1961. Next week the Bills will look to become the first AFC East team other than the Patriots to repeat themselves as division champions since the 1990-1991 Bills.

Robert Quinn broke Richard Dent’s Hall of Famer single-season sack record with his 18th place finish for the Chicago Bears when they defeated the New York Giants 29-3. Quinn broke Dent’s score of 17.5 set in 1984 when he faced Mike Glennon in the fourth quarter.

The highlights of the week 17 clash between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs.

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The highlights of the week 17 clash between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs.

The highlights of the week 17 clash between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Cincinnati Bengals captured the AFC North division title with their thrilling 34-31 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. They are the seventh team in NFL history to win their division after finishing in last place for at least three consecutive years. The 1981 Bengals team won AFC Central after finishing last in each of the previous three seasons and also reached the franchise’s first Super Bowl. The Chiefs also lost their sixth consecutive game in Cincinnati, with the last win there in 1984!

Most yards passed in consecutive games in NFL history

Squad Season construction sites
Dak Prescott cowboy 2020 974
Joe Burrow Bengali 2021 971
Phil Simms giants 1985 945
Tom Brady patriots 2011 940

Joe Burrow became the first player in NFL history to have passed more than 400 yards, at least four touchdown passes, and no interceptions in subsequent games. His total of 971 yards passed in subsequent games is the second-most in NFL history.

Watch every catch made by Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase from his 266-yard game against the Kansas City Chiefs in week 17 of the 2021 season.

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Watch every catch made by Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase from his 266-yard game against the Kansas City Chiefs in week 17 of the 2021 season.

Watch every catch made by Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase from his 266-yard game against the Kansas City Chiefs in week 17 of the 2021 season.

Ja’Marr Chase had 11 receptions for 266 yards for the Bengals, the most by a rookie in a single game in NFL history. Chase has a total of 1,429 yards received this season, just behind Bill Groman’s 1,473 yards in 1960 among the all-time rookies.

Most yards received in a single game by a rookie in NFL history

Player Squad Opposition Year construction sites
Ja’Marr Chase Bengali leaders 2021 266
Jerry butler Invoices jets 1979 255
Jerry rice 49ers rams 1985 241
Justin Blackmon jaguars Texans 2012 236
Eddie Kennison rams hawks 1996 226

The Indianapolis Colts may have lost to the Las Vegas Raiders, but Jonathan Taylor set a new Colts running record in a single season by surpassing Edgerrin James’ total of 1,709 set in 2000. His 20 scrimmage touchdowns also set a new franchise record, surpassing Lenny Moore’s 1964 total of 19.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady delivers a winning 33-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Cyril Grayson against the New York Jets.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady delivers a winning 33-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Cyril Grayson against the New York Jets.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady delivers a winning 33-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Cyril Grayson against the New York Jets.

Tom Brady led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a comeback win over the New York Jets by leading his 53rd career win, putting him just one behind all-time leader Peyton Manning.

Most winning drives in NFL history

quarterback Number of units
Peyton Manning 54
Tom Brady 53
Drew Brees 53
Ben Roethlisberger 52

The Tennessee Titans defeated the Miami Dolphins and took two consecutive divisional titles for the first time since the Houston Oilers 1960-1962 won three consecutive AFL East titles. Those three years were the first three seasons in the franchise’s history.

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert's 45-yard touchdown bomb breaks the Bolts' TD record in a single season.

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Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert’s 45-yard touchdown bomb breaks the Bolts’ TD record in a single season.

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert’s 45-yard touchdown bomb breaks the Bolts’ TD record in a single season.

The Los Angeles Chargers defeated the Denver Broncos and Justin Herbert launched his 35th touchdown pass of the season, beating Philip Rivers (34 in 2008) for the Chargers single-season record.

Highlights from the week 17 clash between the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers.

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Highlights from the week 17 clash between the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers.

Highlights from the week 17 clash between the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers.

By defeating the Minnesota Vikings in Sunday Night Football, the Green Bay Packers became the first team in NFL history to win at least 13 games in three consecutive seasons. Aaron Rodgers he started for the number one seed of the conference three times, with only Joe Montana making it more often – five chances. Rodgers now also has 12 games with more passing touchdowns and no interceptions this season, the most in a single season in NFL history.

TJ Watt sacks Baker Mayfield for the fourth time, the most in a game, taking one off Michael Strahan's single-season record of 22.5.

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TJ Watt sacks Baker Mayfield for the fourth time, the most in a game, taking one off Michael Strahan’s single-season record of 22.5.

TJ Watt sacks Baker Mayfield for the fourth time, the most in a game, taking one off Michael Strahan’s single-season record of 22.5.

The Pittsburgh Steelers have sacked Baker Mayfield nine times in the Monday Night Football win, of which TJ Watt he had four, giving him a total of 21.5 sack this season. He needs 1.5 next week to break Michael Strahan’s single-season record set in 2001 for the New York Giants.

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