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NFL What To Look For Week 14: Packers Can Clinch, Cooper Kupp Can Catch, Jonathan Taylor Can Run

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NFL What To Look For Week 14: Packers Can Clinch, Cooper Kupp Can Catch, Jonathan Taylor Can Run

2021-12-11 14:38:04

 

Image: Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers. (Image Source: Jeff Hanisch / USA Today)

GREEN BAY GREATNESS: The GREEN BAY PACKERS (9-3) currently hold the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoff picture and have a chance to clinch their third-consecutive NFC North title on Sunday. For all the Week 14 playoff scenarios, click here.

Since becoming the Green Bay starting quarterback in 2008, AARON RODGERS has led the Packers to nine 10-win seasons, the second-most of any team during that span.

With a win against Chicago on Sunday Night Football (8:20 PM ET, NBC), Rodgers will become the fourth starting quarterback all-time with 10-or-more 10-win seasons, joining TOM BRADY (can achieve the mark for the 19th time in 2021) and Pro Football Hall of Famers PEYTON MANNING (14 seasons) and BRETT FAVRE (10).

The starting quarterbacks with the most seasons with at least 10 wins in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM(S)

SEASONS

Tom Brady

New England, Tampa Bay

18*

Peyton ManningHOF

Indianapolis, Denver

14

Brett FavreHOF

Green Bay, Minnesota

10

Aaron Rodgers

Green Bay

9*

*Has nine wins in 2021

 

 

         

Rodgers enters Week 14 with 23 touchdown passes this season and has multiple touchdown passes in nine games, tied for the most in the league. With two touchdown passes on Sunday night, Rodgers will have recorded 25 touchdown passes in 12 seasons, the fourth-most such seasons in NFL history.

The players with the most seasons with at least 25 touchdown passes in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM(S)

SEASONS

Tom Brady

New England, Tampa Bay

16

Peyton ManningHOF

Indianapolis, Denver

16

Drew Brees

San Diego Chargers, New Orleans

14

Brett FavreHOF

Green Bay, Minnesota

11

Philip Rivers

San Diego/L.A. Chargers

11

Aaron Rodgers

Green Bay

11*

*Has 23 touchdown passes entering Week 14

 

 

       

JUSTIN THE NICK OF TIME: Los Angeles Chargers quarterback JUSTIN HERBERT ranks fourth in the league with 3,547 passing yards this season and leads the NFL in 300-yard passing games (seven).

After setting the rookie record for passing yards last season (4,336), Herbert – the No. 6 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft – has 7,883 career passing yards entering Week 14. With 117 passing yards on Sunday against the New York Giants (4:05 PM ET, FOX), he would become the fourth-youngest player (23 years, 277 days old on Sunday) to reach 8,000 passing yards in NFL history.

The youngest players to reach 8,000 career passing yards in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM

AGE

 

Jameis Winston

Tampa Bay

22 years, 361 days

 

Sam Darnold

N.Y. Jets

23 years, 212 days

 

Drew Bledsoe

New England

23 years, 236 days

 

 

 

 

 

Justin Herbert

L.A. Chargers

23 years, 277 days*

 

*On Sunday; has 7,883 career passing yards

 

 

           

Herbert leads all AFC quarterbacks with 27 touchdown passes this season and has five games with at least three touchdown passes, tied for the most in the conference. Last season, Herbert set the NFL rookie record with 31 touchdown passes.

With two touchdown passes on Sunday, he will become the second-youngest player to reach 60 touchdown passes in NFL history. Only Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO (23 years, 78 days) reached the mark at a younger age.

The youngest players to reach 60 career touchdown passes in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM

AGE

 

Dan MarinoHOF

Miami

23 years, 78 days

 

Jameis Winston

Tampa Bay

23 years, 289 days

 

Matthew Stafford

Detroit

23 years, 328 days

 

 

 

 

 

Justin Herbert

L.A. Chargers

23 years, 277 days*

 

*On Sunday; has 58 career touchdown passes

 

 

           

With three touchdown passes, Herbert will become the first player ever with at least 30 touchdown passes in each of his first two seasons.

RAM RECORDS: Los Angeles Rams wide receiver COOPER KUPP leads the league with 100 receptions, 1,366 receiving yards and 11 touchdown receptions this season. Last week, he became the first player ever with at least 100 receptions and 10-or-more touchdown receptions in his team's first 12 games of a season.

In each of his past eight games, Kupp has surpassed 90 receiving yards. With at least 90 receiving yards at Arizona on Monday Night Football (8:15 PM ET, ESPN), Kupp will become the third player to eclipse 90 receiving yards in nine consecutive games in the Super Bowl era, joining ODELL BECKHAM JR. (nine games in 2014) and Pro Football Hall of Famer MICHAEL IRVIN (nine games in 1995).

The players with at least 90 receiving yards in the most consecutive games in the Super Bowl era:

PLAYER

TEAM

SEASON

GAMES

Odell Beckham Jr.

N.Y. Giants

2014

9

Michael IrvinHOF

Dallas

1995

9

 

 

 

 

Cooper Kupp

L.A. Rams

2021

8*

*Active streak

 

 

 

Quarterback MATTHEW STAFFORD ranks second in the league with 30 touchdown passes and is third with 3,611 passing yards. He has 48,720 passing yards in his 13-year career. With 122 passing yards on Monday, Stafford will surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO (48,841) for the fourth-most passing yards by a player in his first 13 seasons in NFL history.

The players with the most passing yards in their first 13 seasons in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM(S)

PASSING YARDS

Matt Ryan

Atlanta

55,767

Peyton ManningHOF

Indianapolis

54,828

Drew Brees

San Diego Chargers, New Orleans

51,081

Dan MarinoHOF

Miami

48,841

Matthew Stafford

Detroit, L.A. Rams

48,720*

*In 13th season

 

 

STREAKING BACKS: Last week, Indianapolis running back JONATHAN TAYLOR became the fifth player ever with a rushing touchdown in at least 10 consecutive games within a single season. Cincinnati running back JOE MIXON enters Week 14 having rushed for a touchdown in six straight games and has scored a scrimmage touchdown in each of his past nine games.

If Mixon scores a touchdown against San Francisco on Sunday (4:25 PM ET, CBS) and extends his streak, this will mark the third season ever in which two players each had a 10-game touchdown streak, joining 1983 (Pro Football Hall of Famers ERIC DICKERSON and JOHN RIGGINS) and 1964 (Pro Football Hall of Famers LANCE ALWORTH and LENNY MOORE).

The seasons in which two players each had 10-game touchdown streaks:

SEASON

PLAYER – TD STREAK

2021

Jonathan Taylor – 10 games*

 

Joe Mixon – 9 games*

 

 

1983

John RigginsHOF – 12 games

 

Eric DickersonHOF – 10 games

 

 

1964

Lenny MooreHOF – 14 games

 

Lance AlworthHOF – 10 games

*Active streak

 
     

SACK ATTACK: Pittsburgh linebacker T.J. WATT leads the league with 16 sacks in 2021 after recording a career-high 3.5 sacks last week.

Watt, who had 13 sacks in 2018, 14.5 sacks in 2019 and 15 sacks in 2020, joined Pro Football Hall of Famer REGGIE WHITE (1985-88; 1990-93) as the only players with at least 13 sacks in four consecutive seasons since 1982, when the individual sack became an official statistic. He is also the first player since his brother, J.J. WATT (2014-15), to total at least 15 sacks in consecutive seasons.

With a sack at Minnesota on Thursday Night Football (8:20 PM ET, FOX), Watt will surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer DERRICK THOMAS (66 sacks) for the third-most sacks by a player in his first five seasons since 1982. Only White (81) and J.J. Watt (74.5) have more. 

The players with the most sacks in their first five seasons since 1982:

PLAYER

TEAM

SACKS

Reggie WhiteHOF

Philadelphia

81

J.J. Watt

Houston

74.5

Derrick ThomasHOF

Kansas City

66

T.J. Watt

Pittsburgh

65.5*

*In fifth season

 

 

Cincinnati defensive end TREY HENDRICKSON has 11.5 sacks in his first season as a Bengal and has registered a sack in each of his past eight games. With a sack against San Francisco on Sunday (4:25 PM ET, CBS), Hendrickson will join CHRIS JONES (11 consecutive games in 2018) as the only players with a sack in at least nine consecutive games within a single season since 1982.

Dallas linebacker MICAH PARSONS, the No. 12 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, leads all rookies with 10 sacks and 16 tackles for loss this season and has recorded a sack in each of the past five games. With a sack at Washington on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, FOX), Parsons will become the third rookie to record a sack in six-or-more consecutive games since 1982, joining JEVON KEARSE (eight consecutive games in 1999) and MIKE CROEL (six in 1991). Both Kearse and Croel were both named Associated Press Defensive Rookie of the Year.

The rookies with a sack in the most consecutive games since 1982:

PLAYER

TEAM

SEASON

GAMES

 

Jevon Kearse#

Tennessee

1999

8

 

Mike Croel#

Denver

1991

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

Micah Parsons

Dallas

2021

5*

 

*Active streak

 

 

 

 

#Named Associated Press Defensive Rookie of the Year

 

 

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