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Wildest NFL Stats From Week 11

The wildest stats from Week 11 games in the NFL:

Three teams — Atlanta, Las Vegas and Philadelphia – overcame deficits of 10 points, bringing the total number of teams to overcome a deficit of at least 10 points and win or tie this season to 35, the most such games through the first 11 weeks of a season all-time. The Eagles overcame a 10-point, fourth-quarter deficit for the first time since 2010.

The Jets had just 2 total yards of offense in the second half of their loss to the Patriots, averaging 2.77 inches  per play. Of their 13 possessions in the half, none reached the red zone. For the game, Zach Wilson completed just 5 of 16 passes when he was unpressured, the lowest by any quarterback this season. The Jets had more punts (10) than Wilson had completions (9).

Each of the four teams in the AFC East and the NFC East have winning records through Week 11 this season. The AFC East and NFC East are the second and third divisions in which all four teams have at least six wins through Week 11 since realignment in 2002, joining the AFC North in 2014. Washington is above .500 for the first time since 2018.

The Lions have won three straight games for the first time since 2017. Running back Jamaal Williams became the fourth player since 2000 with multiple rushing touchdowns in at least five of his team’s first 10 games of a season, and rookie pass rusher Aidan Hutchinson is the second player since 1982, when the sack became an official statistic, with at least five sacks and two interceptions in his first 10 career games, joining Leslie O’Neal (1986).

Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams tied with LaDainian Tomlinson (three) for the most overtime touchdowns in NFL history. He also became the fourth player in NFL history with at least 10 touchdown receptions in at least six of his first nine seasons, joining Jerry Rice (seven seasons), Marvin Harrison (six) and Randy Moss (six).

Cordarrelle Patterson, who had a 103-yard kickoff return for a touchdown for Atlanta, now has nine career kickoff returns for a touchdown, surpassing Josh Cribbs (eight) and Leon Washington (eight) for the most in NFL history.

The Rams lost their fourth straight game and seventh overall this season, the most they have suffered through 10 games since 2011. If the season ended today, the Lions — winners of three straight — would slot in at No. 6 in the draft. That’s because the Rams traded away their first-round pick to Detroit in the Matthew Stafford deal.

Kirk Cousins’ streak of 39 straight games with a touchdown pass came to an end. The Vikings have been outscored, 231-229, this season, becoming the first team in NFL history to be 8-2 with a negative scoring differential.

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