NFL Week 11 Stats: Travis Kelce sets tight end receiving record and New England Patriots extend win streak over New York Jets

Best NFL Week 11 Stats; New England Patriots take 14th straight win over New York Jets thanks to Marcus Jones landing on his last breath; Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Field ties NFL record by playing fifth consecutive game with a passing and soaring TD

Benedict Bermange, Sky Sports statistician and big Buffalo Bills fan, picks out the best stats the NFL has to offer in Week 11, including another 100-yard rushing day for Travis Kelsey, who set the record for most receptions…

The Bears may have lost to the Atlanta Falcons, but the quarterback Justin Fields set an NFL record in his fifth straight game with a passing and quick touchdown.

Cordarrell Patterson of the Falcons scored a competitive touchdown for the ninth time in his career, setting a new NFL record.

In Sunday’s Buffalo Bills victory over the Cleveland Browns in Detroit Tyler Bass converted all six of his field goal attempts. He became only the fifth kicker to hit twice with six or more strikes in the same game.

Houston Texans lost their fifth straight game and only managed five first-half offensive yards against the Washington Commanders, the fewest first-half yards of any team playing at home, as the Raiders were minus two in week nine of the 2008 season against the Falcons. .

New England Patriots beat the New York Jets for the 14th consecutive time thanks to the first last-minute punt return touchdown of the 2022 NFL season. Rookie Marcus JonesA sensational winning streak ended 39 minutes 33 seconds without a point in the competition. The last time TD returned a game-winning kick in the last minute of a game was in 2010, when DeShawn Jackson returned a punt for 65 yards for the Philadelphia Eagles to defeat the New York Giants.

cowboysThe 40-3 win over the Minnesota Vikings is the biggest road win in their franchise history, surpassing their 42-7 win over the Eagles in 1971 and their 35-0 win over the Giants in 1995.

It was also vikingsIt is the second-highest home loss in terms of points difference, second only to their 56–14 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals in October 1963.

Kansas City Chiefs came back 20-13 to the Los Angeles Chargers to win and are now 4-0 this season with them trailing at halftime. It was Patrick Mahomes“25th win in a row in November and December.

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