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2014 NFL Regular Season Records and Milestones
Here's the NFL records set and milestones reached during the 2014 regular season
Had 11 wins, tied for the most in a season in franchise history (1975, 1948, 1925).
The Cardinals' seven home wins are the most for the franchise in a single season since 1925, when the team won 11 of its 13 home games.
Became the first team since 1982 (Green Bay) to start 2-0 after trailing entering the fourth quarter in both games and not allowing a single fourth-quarter point.
Head coach BRUCE ARIANS has 21 wins in his first two seasons, the most by a head coach in his first two seasons in franchise history.
Rookie K CHANDLER CATANZARO scored 114 points, the most by a rookie in franchise history.
WR RODDY WHITE (62) surpassed MICHAEL TURNER (61) for the most career touchdowns in franchise history.
WR JULIO JONES led the NFC in receptions (104) and receiving yards (1,593).
Jones' 1,593 receiving yards set a single-season franchise record, surpassing RODDY WHITE (1,389 in 2010).
Set a single-season franchise record with 409 points scored.
Rookie LB C.J. MOSLEY led all NFL rookies with 129 tackles and is the first Raven rookie to lead team in tackles since RAY LEWIS (1996).
Led the NFL in sacks with 54.
RB FRED JACKSON joined Pro Football Hall of Famer THURMAN THOMAS as the only players in franchise history with at least 5,000 rushing yards (5,646) and 2,500 receiving yards (2,640).
First team in NFC South history to win back-to-back division championships.
QB CAM NEWTON surpassed STEVE BEUERLEIN for the second-most pass attempts (1,923), completions (1,144) and passing yards (14,426) in franchise history.
Rookie WR KELVIN BENJAMIN set franchise rookie records for receptions (73), receiving yards (1,008) and receiving touchdowns (nine) in a season.
Benjamin (1,008) and TE GREG OLSEN (1,008) became the second pair of Panthers teammates to each record at least 1,000 receiving yards in the same season.
DE CHARLES JOHNSON (62.5) surpassed MIKE RUCKER (55.5) for the second-most sacks in franchise history.
LB LUKE KUECHLY led the league with 153 tackles.
With a 27-13 Week 6 win against the Atlanta Falcons, became the first franchise in NFL history with 750 total wins. Chicago's all-time record is 752-563-42.
QB JAY CUTLER threw eight touchdown passes in the Bears' first three games this season, breaking Pro Football Hall of Famer SID LUCKMAN's franchise record (seven in 1946) for the most in the team's first three games.
Rookie CB KYLE FULLER led all NFL rookies with four interceptions.
Rookie RB JEREMY HILL joined COREY DILLON as the only rookies in franchise history with at least 150 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns in a game.
Hill joined PAUL ROBINSON (1968) as the only rookies in franchise history with at least two 150-yard rushing games.
In Week 5, overcame a 28-3 deficit at Tennessee to win 29-28, the largest comeback victory by a road team in NFL history.
Rookie RBs ISAIAH CROWELL (607) and TERRANCE WEST (673) became the first rookies in franchise history to run for at least 500 yards apiece in the same season.
QB BRIAN HOYER joined Pro Football Hall of Famer OTTO GRAHAM (1950), BILL NELSEN (1968), TOMMY O'CONNELL (1956-57) and MILT PLUM (1957-58) as the only quarterbacks in franchise history to win at least eight of his first 11 starts in franchise history.
Hoyer became the third quarterback in franchise history with back-to-back 300-yard passing games, joining Pro Football Hall of Famer OTTO GRAHAM and BRIAN SIPE.
With a 38-17 win over the New Orleans Saints in Week 4, earned their 500th overall victory. Including the playoffs, the Cowboys now own a 509-377-6 all-time record.
Finished the regular season 8-0 on the road and are the sixth team with a perfect 8-0 road record since the 16-game schedule was adopted in 1978.
QB TONY ROMO led the NFL with a 113.2 passer rating, the highest in a season in franchise history.
RB DE MARCO MURRAY led the NFL with 1,845 rushing yards, the most in a single season in franchise history.
Murray had 12 100-yard rushing games, surpassing Pro Football Hall of Famer EMMITT SMITH (11 games) for the most 100-yard rushing games in a single season in franchise history.
WR DEZ BRYANT led the NFL with 16 receiving touchdowns, the most in a season in franchise history.
Bryant became the first Cowboy to lead the league in touchdown catches since TERRELL OWENS (13) in 2006.
In his 61st career game, Bryant became the fastest player in franchise history to reach 300 career receptions.
Led the AFC in total defense, allowing 305.2 yards per game. The team's offense ranked third in the AFC (402.9 yards per game).
Denver scored at least 20 points in 30 consecutive games, the longest streak in NFL history. The St. Louis Rams (1999-2000) previously held the record with 28 consecutive game with at least 20 points scored.
Have won 12 consecutive divisional road games, tying San Francisco (1987-90) for the longest such streak in NFL history. The Broncos have not been defeated by an AFC West opponent on the road since December 19, 2010 (39-23 loss at Oakland).
TE JULIUS THOMAS had 12 touchdown receptions, joining Pro Football Hall of Famer SHANNON SHARPE (1996, 1998) as the only tight ends in franchise history with multiple 10-touchdown seasons. Thomas had 12 touchdown catches in 2013.
WR DEMARYIUS THOMAS set a franchise single-season record with 1,619 receiving yards, surpassing ROD SMITH (1,602 in 2000).
Head coach JIM CALDWELL tied POTSY CLARK (1931) with 11 wins, the most victories by a first-year head coach in franchise history.
Became the first team since the 1994 New York Giants to score the game-winning points inside of the two-minute mark of the fourth quarter in three consecutive weeks (Weeks 7, 8, 10, with a bye in Week 9).
In Weeks 7 and 8, became the fifth team in NFL history 8 to win back-to-back games when trailing by at least 14 points one week and by 21+ points the following week.
QB MATTHEW STAFFORD (131) surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer BOBBY LAYNE (118) for the most touchdown passes in franchise history.
S GLOVER QUIN led the NFL in interceptions with seven, becoming the first Lion to lead the NFL in interceptions since Pro Football Hall of Famer LEM BARNEY in 1967..
GREEN BAY PACKERS
Became the second team in NFL history with 700 regular-season victories (710-541-37). The Packers joined the Chicago Bears (735-545-42) as the only teams ever to accomplish the feat.
Became only the second team in NFL history to score 53+ points in back-to-back games (Los Angeles Rams, 1950).
QB AARON RODGERS has 28,578 career passing yards, surpassing Pro Football Hall of Famer BART STARR (24,718) for the second-most passing yards on the all-time franchise list. Rodgers trails only BRETT FAVRE (61,655) for the most passing yards in Packers history.
Rodgers posted his 3,000th career passing attempt in Week 2, and now has 3,475 in his career, becoming the third player in franchise history to register 3,000 career passing attempts (Favre, 8,754; Starr, 3,149).
WR JORDY NELSON had 1,519 receiving yards, surpassing ROBERT BROOKS (1,497 in 1995) for the most in a single season in franchise history.
Became the first team in NFL history with two players with 1,200+ receiving yards and 12+ touchdown catches (RANDALL COBB and JORDY NELSON).
In Week 4, WRs Cobb and Nelson became the first Packers teammates to each have at least 100 receiving yards and two touchdowns in the same game since December 21, 1969 (CARROLL DALE and BOYD DOWLER).
RB EDDIE LACY became the first player in franchise history to rush for at least 1,000 yards (1,139) and score 10+ scrimmage touchdowns (13) in each of his first two seasons.
Lacy became the first running back in franchise history to record at least 100 scrimmage yards and a receiving touchdown in three consecutive games.
Became only the fifth team in NFL history to start 2-0 in at least five consecutive seasons: Dallas Cowboys (1965-73), Los Angeles Rams (1966-70), Dallas Cowboys (1975-79), Chicago Bears (1984-91) and Miami Dolphins (1994-99).
Rookie RB ALFRED BLUE rushed for 156 yards in Week 11, tying STEVE SLATON for the most rushing yards in a single game by a Texans rookie.
Earned the 500th total victory in franchise history. Indianapolis' all-time record, including playoffs, is 506-447-7.
Scored six touchdowns of at least 30 yards in Week 13, becoming the first team to accomplish the feat since Washington (seven) did it on November 27, 1966 against the New York Giants.
QB ANDREW LUCK had a career-high 40 touchdown passes and joined PEYTON MANNING as the only players in franchise history with 40+ touchdown passes in a season.
WR REGGIE WAYNE (211) surpassed PEYTON MANNING (208) for the most games played in franchise history.
Wayne became the fifth player in NFL history to reach 14,000 receiving yards (14,345) with one franchise.
Overcame a 21-0 deficit to beat the New York Giants 25-24 in Week 13, the largest comeback victory in franchise history.
Rookie WR ALLEN HURNS' 110 receiving yards in Week 1 were the most ever by a Jaguars receiver in his NFL debut.
QB BLAKE BORTLES was joined in the starting backfield by his former Central Florida teammate RB STORM JOHNSON in Week 6. Bortles and Johnson were only the third rookie QB and rookie RB from the same college to start together in the same NFL game since the merger in 1970. The others were VINCE YOUNG and AHMARD HALL for Tennessee in 2006 (University of Texas) and RYAN TANNEHILL and JORVORSKIE LANE for Miami in 2012 (Texas A&M).
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
RB JAMAAL CHARLES has 6,856 career rushing yards, surpassing PRIEST HOLMES (6,070) for the most in franchise history.
WR DWAYNE BOWE has 532 career catches, joining tight end TONY GONZALEZ (916) as the only players in franchise history with 500 career receptions.
LB JUSTIN HOUSTON led the NFL in sacks with 22, the first Chief to lead the NFL in sacks since 2007 (JARED ALLEN, 15.5)
WR JARVIS LANDRY set a franchise rookie record with 84 receptions.
QB RYAN TANNEHILL (4,045 yards) became the second quarterback in franchise history to pass for at least 4,000 yards in a season (DAN MARINO, six times).
Became the first team since the 1975 Detroit Lions (September 21, 1975 en route to a 30-16 win at Green Bay) to return two blocked punts for touchdowns in a half.
QB TEDDY BRIDGEWATER set a franchise rookie record with an 85.2 passer rating, surpassing FRAN TARKENTON (74.7).
In Week 14, WRs JARIUS WRIGHT (123 yards) and CHARLES JOHNSON (104) became the first Vikings duo since 2004 (RANDY MOSS and NATE BURLESON) to both have at least 100 receiving yards in the same game.
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Have won six consecutive AFC East division titles (2009-present), tied for the second-longest streak in NFL history. Only the Los Angeles Rams (seven, 1973-79) have posted a longer streak. The Patriots, who also won five consecutive division titles from 2003-07, are the first team in NFL history to win 11 division championships in a 12-year span.
Earned a first-round bye for the fifth consecutive season, the longest streak of any NFL team since the current playoff format began in 1990, surpassing Dallas (1992-95) and San Francisco (1992-95).
Finished the season with a 12-4 record and became the sixth team in NFL history to post at least 14 consecutive winning seasons and the first to do so since the San Francisco 49ers (1983-98, 16 seasons).
Joined the San Francisco 49ers (1983-1998; 16) as the only teams in NFL history to record 12 consecutive 10-win seasons.
Became the first team in NFL history (Weeks 9, 11 and 12, with a bye in Week 10) to win three consecutive games by 20 or more points, each against an opponent with a record of at least three games above .500.
Head coach BILL BELICHICK (230-118-0) surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer CURLY LAMBEAU (229-134-22) for the fourth-most total victories by a head coach in NFL history.
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
Led the NFL in total offense, averaging 411.4 yards per game.
QB DREW BREES tied for the NFL lead in passing yards with 4,952.
NEW YORK GIANTS
Rookie WR ODELL BECKHAM, JR. (91) joined STEVE SMITH (107 in 2009as the only players in franchise history to record 90 receptions in a single season.
Beckham (91) and WR RUEBEN RANDLE (71) became the first Giants duo to record at least 70 receptions each since 2011 (VICTOR CRUZ, 82 & HAKEEM NICKS, 76).
NEW YORK JETS
WR ERIC DECKER had 221 receiving yards in Week 17, the second-most in a game in franchise history (DON MAYNARD, 228).
LB DAVID HARRIS (124) led the team in tackles for the sixth consecutive season.
LB KHALIL MACK became the third rookie linebacker in franchise history to start all 16 games (Reggie McKenzie in 1985; Matt Millen in 1980).
Set single-season franchise records in points scored (474) and total touchdowns (54).
Scored 11 return touchdowns, the third-highest total in NFL history.
Ten different Eagles scored a return touchdown in 2014, the most in a single season in NFL history.
In a 34-17 Week 1 win against Jacksonville, became the first team in NFL history to win a game by at least 17 points after being shut out and trailing by 17+ points at halftime.
Became the first team in NFL history to start 3-0 and overcome a 10+ point deficit in all three games.
RB LE SEAN MC COY has 6,792 career rushing yards, surpassing WILBERT MONTGOMERY (6,538) for the most in franchise history.
WR JEREMY MACLIN became the first player in franchise history with at least 150 receiving yards and multiple touchdown catches in back-to-back games in a single season.
Became the first team since the 1970 Green Bay Packers to have multiple players with a 100+ yard kickoff-return touchdown in a season (CHRIS POLK, 102 yards, Week 3 and JOSH HUFF, 107 yards, Week 12).
WR ANTONIO BROWN led the NFL with 129 catches and is the first Steeler to ever lead the league in receptions.
Brown's 129 receptions are the most in a single season in franchise history, surpassing HINES WARD (112 in 2002).
RB LE' VEON BELL totaled 2,215 scrimmage yards, the most in franchise history.
QB BEN ROETHLISBERGER tied for the NFL lead in passing yards with 4,952.
ST. LOUIS RAMS
Recorded back-to-back shutout wins (Weeks 13 and 14) for the first time since 1945 (September 30 and October 7). St. Louis is the first team to post consecutive shutout victories since 2009 (Dallas, December 27 and January 3).
DT AARON DONALD led all NFL rookies with nine sacks.
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
QB PHILIP RIVERS threw 12 touchdown passes to TE ANTONIO GATES, extending their NFL record for a QB-TE duo to 72.
Gates has 10,014 career receiving yards, surpassing Pro Football Hall of Famer LANCE ALWORTH (9,584) for the most receiving yards in franchise history.
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
RB FRANK GORE rushed for 1,106 yards, his franchise-record eighth time rushing for 1,000+ yards in a season.
In Week 11, rookie LB CHRIS BORLAND became the first rookie linebacker in franchise history with two interceptions in a game.
Became the first team to lead the league in scoring defense (15.9 points per game) in three consecutive seasons since Minnesota from 1969-71.
Defeated Washington 27-17 in Week 5, their ninth-consecutive win on Monday Night Football. Their nine-game winning streak on MNF is tied for the second-longest such streak since 1970 (Oakland, 14).
In a Week 10 win against the New York Giants, became the first team in NFL history to have a running back rush for at least four touchdowns (MARSHAWN LYNCH, 4) and a quarterback with more than 100 rushing yards (RUSSELL WILSON, 107) in the same game.
In Week 10, Lynch joined SHAUN ALEXANDER (three times) and CURT WARNER as the only payers in franchise history to rush for at least four touchdowns in a game.
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
Rookie WR MIKE EVANS had 12 receiving touchdowns, the most in a single season in franchise history.
WR VINCENT JACKSON had 1,002 receiving yards this season, his third consecutive season with at least 1,000 receiving yards with Tampa Bay, tying JOEY GALLOWAY for the longest streak in franchise history.
Evans (1,051) and Jackson (1,002) became the first Buccaneers teammates to each record at least 1,000 receiving yards in the same season.
TE DELANIE WALKER had 890 receiving yards, the most by a tight end in a season in franchise history.
P BRETT KERN set a franchise record with a net punting average of 40.8 yards, surpassing his own record set in 2012 (40.4).
RB ALFRED MORRIS reached the 3,000-yard career rushing mark in his 34th career game, the fastest player in franchise history to reach 3,000 rushing yards to begin his career, surpassing LARRY BROWN (41st game).
P TRESS WAY led the NFL with a 47.5 yard punting average.
MATT ASIATA - RB, Minnesota Vikings
Had two games with three rush touchdowns this season and now has three career games with three rushing touchdowns, the most of any undrafted player in his first three seasons in the common draft era (since 1967).
ANTHONY BARR - LB, Minnesota Vikings
Forced and returned a fumble 27 yards for a touchdown in overtime in Week 8, marking the fourth overtime contest in NFL history that was decided by a fumble-return touchdown.
ODELL BECKHAM, JR. - WR, New York Giants
Had 91 receptions, most in a player's first 12 games to begin a career in NFL history.
Had 1,305 receiving yards in 12 games and surpassed BILLY HOWTON (1,231 with Green Bay in 1952) for the most receiving yards for a player's first 12 career games in NFL history.
Joined Pro Football Hall of Famer MICHAEL IRVIN (1995) as the only players in NFL history to have at least 90 receiving yards in nine consecutive games.
Had 606 receiving yards in the month of December, the most by a rookie in any calendar month in NFL history.
Became the first rookie in NFL history with at least 12 catches, 140 receiving yards and three touchdown catches in a game.
Had four games with at least 10 receptions this season, the most such games by a rookie in NFL history.
Became the first rookie in NFL history with at least 130 receiving yards and a touchdown catch in four consecutive games.
LE' VEON BELL - RB, Pittsburgh Steelers
Bell joined Pro Football Hall of Famer WALTER PAYTON (1977) as the only players in NFL history with 200+ scrimmage yards in three consecutive games.
Joined Pro Football Hall of Famer MARSHALL FAULK as the only players in NFL history with 1,350+ rushing yards and 850+ receiving yards in a season.
ANQUAN BOLDIN - WR, San Francisco 49ers
Had 83 receptions, his NFL-record 12th consecutive season with at least 50 receptions.
BLAKE BORTLES - QB, Jacksonville Jaguars
Became the third rookie starting quarterback to help his team overcome a deficit of at least 21 points to win since at least 1970, joining MATTHEW STAFFORD (November 22, 2009) and VINCE YOUNG (November 26, 2006).
TOM BRADY - QB, New England Patriots
Passed for 4,109 yards this season, bringing his career total to 53,258, surpassing Pro Football Hall of Famer JOHN ELWAY (51,475) for the fifth-most passing yards all-time.
Reached 50,000 career passing yards, one of six players in NFL history to reach the milestone.
Earned his 150th career victory as a starting quarterback and joined BRETT FAVRE (186) and PEYTON MANNING (179) as the only quarterbacks to accomplish the feat. Brady now has a 160-47 record as a starter in the regular season.
Won his 87th game in his 100th career regular-season home start in a 51-23 Week 8 win against Chicago, the most of any starting quarterback in NFL history in his first 100 home starts in the regular season.
Earned his 155th victory in his 200th career regular-season start in Week 9, the most of any starting quarterback through his first 200 regular-season starts in NFL history.
DREW BREES - QB, New Orleans Saints
Has passed for 56,033 yards in his career, the fourth-most all-time.
Has passed for 43,685 yards since joining New Orleans in 2006 and became the seventh quarterback in NFL history with 40,000 passing yards with one franchise. Brees accomplished the feat in his 132nd game with the Saints, surpassing DAN MARINO (Miami, 153 games) as the fastest quarterback to reach 40,000 passing yards with one team.
Tied for the league lead with 4,952 passing yards, the fifth time in his career leading the league in passing yards, tying Pro Football Hall of Famers SONNY JURGENSEN and DAN MARINO for the most all-time.
Threw five touchdown passes without an interception in Week 13, his seventh career game with at least five touchdown passes and no interceptions, the most in NFL history.
Brees (33) has thrown at least 30 touchdowns in each of the past seven seasons, extending his NFL record for the most consecutive such seasons.
ANTONIO BROWN - WR, Pittsburgh Steelers
Had 129 receptions this season, the second-most in a season in NFL history (MARVIN HARRISON, 143 in 2002).
Became the fourth player in NFL history with consecutive 110-catch seasons, joining Pro Football Hall of Famers JERRY RICE (1994-95) and CRIS CARTER (1994-95) and WES WELKER (2007-09, 2011-12).
In a 30-23 win against Houston on October 20, became the third player in NFL history to have at least nine catches and throw a TD pass in a single game (JAMES WILDER, 1984; Pro Football Hall of Famer JERRY RICE, 1995).
DEZ BRYANT - WR, Dallas Cowboys
Had 16 touchdown receptions and became the only player with 12+ receiving touchdowns in each of the past three seasons.
Has a touchdown catch in 12 consecutive games against the AFC, extending the longest interconference streak since the 1970 merger.
In Week 10 in London, became the first player with at least 150 receiving yards (158) and two touchdowns in the 11-game history of the NFL International Series in London.
MARTAVIS BRYANT - WR, Pittsburgh Steelers
Became one of four NFL players with at least seven TD receptions (7) in his first seven career games, joining HARLON HILL (eight, 1954), MAX MC GEE (seven, 1954) and BILLY HOWTON (seven, 1952).
DEREK CARR - QB, Oakland Raiders
Led all NFL rookies in pass attempts (599), completions (348), passing yards (3,270) and passing touchdowns (21).
CHANDLER CATANZARO - K, Arizona Cardinals
Converted 17 consecutive field-goal attempts to start the season and surpassed St. Louis' GREG ZUERLEIN (15 in 2012) for the longest streak of consecutive field goals made to start a rookie season in NFL history.
ANDY DALTON - QB, Cincinnati Bengals
In his 50th career game (Week 2), passed for 252 yards, bringing his 50-game total to 11,913 yards, the sixth-most passing yards of any active quarterback through his first 50 games.
Dalton (82) has the fifth-most touchdown passes of any active quarterback through their first 50 games.
KNILE DAVIS - RB, Kansas City Chiefs
With a 99-yard kickoff-return touchdown in Week 8, became the fifth player in NFL history with a kickoff-return touchdown of at least 99 yards in each of his first two NFL seasons.
MIKE EVANS - WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Became one of only six players in the last 30 seasons with at least 10 touchdown catches in his rookie season (12).
In Week 11, became the youngest player in NFL history with a 200-yard receiving game (209 yards) at 21 years, 87 days old.
LARRY FITZGERALD - WR, Arizona Cardinals
Fitzgerald became the youngest player to reach 900 career receptions in NFL history (31 years, 102 days old), surpassing ANDRE JOHNSON (32 years, 143 days).
JOE FLACCO - QB, Baltimore Ravens
Became the fastest player to record five touchdown passes in a game since at least 1970 in Week 6 (16:03 into the game) against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
In Week 6, also became the first player since 1986 with four touchdown passes in the first quarter of a game (Minnesota quarterback TOMMY KRAMER vs. Green Bay on September 8, 1986) and the first player with five touchdown passes in the first half since TOM BRADY (October 18, 2009 vs. Tennessee).
MATT FORTÉ - RB, Chicago Bears
Had 102 receptions, the most by a running back in a single season in NFL history.
Had 1,038 rushing yards and 102 receptions this season and joined LA DAINIAN TOMLINSON as the only players in NFL history to start a career with seven seasons in a row with 800+ rushing yards and 40+ catches.
In his 102nd career game (Week 11 vs. Minnesota), became the third-fastest player in NFL history to reach 7,000 rushing yards and 3,500 receiving yards. Only Pro Football Hall of Famers MARSHALL FAULK (97 games) and MARCUS ALLEN (99) reached the milestone in fewer games.
ARIAN FOSTER - RB, Houston Texans
Has 32 career 100-yard rushing games, surpassing PRIEST HOLMES (31) for the most in NFL history by an undrafted player.
JONAS GRAY - RB, New England Patriots
Became the first player to score his first four career rushing touchdowns in the same game since 1921 and the third to do so all-time (HERB HENDERSON, 1921; PAT SMITH, 1920) in a 42-20 win against Indianapolis on November 16.
TASHAUN GIPSON - CB, Cleveland Browns
Led the AFC in interceptions with six.
ROB GRONKOWSKI - TE, New England Patriots
Recorded his 50th career touchdown catch in his 59th game in Week 9, tying RANDY MOSS as the second-fastest players in NFL history to reach 50 career TD receptions (LANCE ALWORTH, 54).
DEVIN HESTER - WR-KR-PR, Atlanta Falcons
Scored his NFL-record 20th career return touchdown on a 62-yard punt return TD in Week 3, surpassing Pro Football Hall of Famer DEION SANDERS (19) for the most in NFL history.
JEREMY HILL - RB, Cincinnati Bengals
Led NFL rookies in rushing yards (1,124) and rushing touchdowns (nine).
Had four 140-yard rushing performances, joining Pro Football Hall of Famers ERIC DICKERSON (five in 1983) and CURTIS MARTIN (four in 1995) as the third rookie with at least four 140-yard rushing games.
JUSTIN HOUSTON - LB, Kansas City Chiefs
Led the league with 22 sacks, tied for the second-most in a single season since the statistic was officially instituted in 1982, trailing only Pro Football Hall of Famer MICHAEL STRAHAN (22.5 in 2001).
ALLEN HURNS - WR, Jacksonville Jaguars
Became the first player in NFL history to record two receiving TDs in the first quarter of his NFL debut.
DE SEAN JACKSON - WR, Washington Redskins
Had an 81-yard touchdown reception in Week 3 against the Philadelphia Eagles, his former team, and became only the third player in NFL history (Pro Football Hall of Famer CHARLIE JOINER and ART POWELL) with an 80-yard touchdown catch both for and against a team.
Jackson, who had an 88-yard touchdown catch for Philadelphia against Washington (November 15, 2010), has accomplished the feat for and against both the Eagles and Redskins.
FRED JACKSON - RB, Buffalo Bills
Has 5,646 career rushing yards and 2,640 receiving yards and joins PRIEST HOLMES and CLEM DANIELS as the only undrafted players in NFL history with at least 5,000 rushing yards and 2,500 receiving yards.
Ranks third in rushing yards (5,646) by an undrafted player.
ANDRE JOHNSON - WR, Houston Texans
Has 13,597 career receiving yards, surpassing TORRY HOLT (13,382) for 12th all-time, and is one of 16 players in NFL history to reach 13,000 career receiving yards.
Became the 10th player in NFL history to reach 1,000 career catches. Johnson, who had his 1,000th catch in his 168th career game, is the second-fastest player to reach 1,000 catches, trailing only MARVIN HARRISON, who reached the milestone in 167 games. Johnson (1,012) also surpassed HINES WARD (1,000) for No. 9 on the all-time receptions list. Johnson finished the season with 1,012 career receptions.
CALVIN JOHNSON - WR, Detroit Lions
Has 44 career 100-yard receiving games, the second-most in a player's first eight NFL seasons. Only RANDY MOSS (45) has more.
Became the fastest player to reach 10,000 career receiving yards (115 games), surpassing TORRY HOLT (116).
On Thanksgiving Day, caught two touchdown passes, increasing his Thanksgiving Day total to eight, surpassing CLOYCE BOX (seven) for the most touchdown receptions on the holiday.
JACOBY JONES - WR-KR, Baltimore Ravens
Had his NFL-record third career regular-season touchdown of at least 105 yards in Week 9 on a 108-yard kickoff return against Pittsburgh.
ANDREW LUCK - QB, Indianapolis Colts
Threw for 4,761 yards this season and joined PEYTON MANNING and Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO as the only players in NFL history to pass for at least 4,000 yards in two of their first three seasons.
Became the eighth player in NFL history with at least 40 touchdown passes in a season (40).
Has 12,957 career passing yards, eclipsing PEYTON MANNING (12,287) for the most of any NFL player in his first three seasons.
Since entering the NFL in 2012, has 86 TD passes, which ranks second only to Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO (98) for the most in a player's first three years.
Became the first player in NFL history to post consecutive games with at least 370 passing yards, four or more touchdown passes, a completion percentage above 70 percent and one or no interceptions.
PEYTON MANNING - QB, Denver Broncos
Has 530 career touchdown passes, surpassing BRETT FAVRE (508) for the most in NFL history.
Passed for 4,727 yards this season, his NFL-record 14th career 4,000-yard passing season.
Has 69,691 career passing yards and joined BRETT FAVRE (71,838) as the only quarterbacks in NFL history with 65,000 career passing yards.
With a win in Week 1 over the Colts, joined BRETT FAVRE as the only quarterbacks in NFL history to defeat all 32 teams.
Threw three touchdown passes in Week 1 and has 34 career touchdowns in season openers, surpassing Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO (33) for the most all-time.
In Week 12, became the third player in NFL history to throw a touchdown pass in at least 50 consecutive games, joining DREW BREES (54) and TOM BRADY (52).
TRE MASON - RB, St. Louis Rams
In Week 13, became the fourth player in NFL history with an 85+ yard TD run and a 35+ yard TD catch in the same game. The other three to accomplish the feat are JIM SPAVITAL (November 5, 1950), JOEY GALLOWAY (November 12, 1995) and CHRIS JOHNSON (September 20, 2009).
LAMAR MILLER - RB, Miami Dolphins
Had a 97-yard touchdown run in Week 17 and became the fifth player in NFL history with a rush of at least 97 yards, joining Pro Football Hall of Famer TONY DORSETT (99), AHMAN GREEN (98), ANDY URAM (97), and BOB GAGE (97).
DE MARCO MURRAY - RB, Dallas Cowboys
Led the NFL in rushing yards (1,845), yards from scrimmage (2,261) and tied for the league lead in rushing touchdowns (13).
Became first player in NFL history to rush for at least 100 yards in each of his team's first eight games to start a season, surpassing Pro Football Hall of Famer JIM BROWN (six games in 1958).
JORDY NELSON - WR, Green Bay Packers
Became the eighth player in NFL history with 95+ catches (98), 1,500+ receiving yards (1,519) and 13+ touchdown receptions (13) in a season.
CAM NEWTON - QB, Carolina Panthers
Has four career games with at least 200 passing yards, multiple touchdown passes, 80+ rushing yards and a touchdown run, the most such games in NFL history. Only two other players have accomplished the feat multiple times: RUSSELL WILSON (three) and MICHAEL VICK (two).
CODY PARKEY - K, Philadelphia Eagles
Scored 150 points, the most by a rookie in NFL history.
CORDARRELLE PATTERSON - WR, Minnesota Vikings
Became the first wide receiver since at least the 1970 merger to have a 35+ yard rushing touchdown in three consecutive games with a 67-yard touchdown run in Week 1 (35-yard run in Week 16, 2013; 50-yard run in Week 17, 2013).
Became the first wide receiver since at least the merger with a 50+ yard rushing touchdown in back-to-back games.
PHILIP RIVERS - QB, San Diego Chargers
Posted a passer rating of 120 or better in five consecutive games, surpassing Pro Football Hall of Famer JOHNNY UNITAS (four in 1965) and KURT WARNER (four in 2009) for the longest such streak in NFL history (minimum 15 pass attempts in each game).
AARON RODGERS - QB, Green Bay Packers
Had 53 career interceptions at time of 3,000th pass attempt, the fewest of any NFL quarterback at the time of his 3,000th pass attempt.
Became the second-fastest QB in NFL history to reach 200 career touchdown passes, accomplishing the feat in his 99th career game in Week 5 (Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO, 89 games).
Rodgers' 53 career interceptions are the fewest of any quarterback at the time they reached 200 career TD passes (TOM BRADY, 88).
Played in his 100th career game in Week 6 and had 25,616 passing yards and 203 touchdown passes at the time. The 203 touchdown passes are the second-most of any player in his first 100 games, trailing only Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO, who threw 217 touchdowns in his first 100 career games.
Rodgers' 25,616 yards after 100 games rank fourth all-time among players in their first 100 games.
Became the only player in NFL history to post a 100+ passer rating in six consecutive seasons.
Has not thrown an interception at home since December 2, 2012 and extended his NFL-record streaks to 418 consecutive passes at home and 36 touchdown passes in a row at home without an interception.
Third career season with at least 4,000 yards (4,381) and 35 touchdowns (38), tied with DREW BREES for the second-most such seasons in NFL history, trailing only PEYTON MANNING (four).
BEN ROETHLISBERGER - QB, Pittsburgh Steelers
Tied Pro Football Hall of Famer JIM KELLY (11) for the fourth-most consecutive seasons with 10 or more touchdown passes to start a career in NFL history.
Improved his record to 100-50 (.667) as a starter in the regular season with a Week 8 win, joining TOM BRADY (116) and Pro Football Hall of Famers JOE MONTANA (108) and TERRY BRADSHAW (102) as the only quarterbacks in the Super Bowl era (since 1966) to win at least 100 games in their first 150 career starts.
Passed for 522 yards in Week 8, tied for the fourth-most ever in a single game
Became the first player in NFL history with two 500-yard passing games (522 yards vs. Indianapolis in Week 8 and 503 yards vs. Green Bay on December 20, 2009).
Became the first player in NFL history with at least six touchdown passes in back-to-back games. He joined Pro Football Hall of Famer Y.A. TITTLE (1962) as the only players with two six-touchdown games in one season.
Passed for 278 yards in the first half of Pittsburgh's Week 1 game vs. Cleveland, the most in the first half of a Kickoff Weekend game since 2008 (DONOVAN MC NABB, 297 vs. St. Louis).
MATT RYAN - QB, Atlanta Falcons
Threw for 448 yards and no interceptions in Week 1, the second-most in NFL history on Kickoff Weekend by a quarterback without throwing an interception.
RICHARD SHERMAN - CB, Seattle Seahawks
Has 24 career interceptions, tied for the third-most interceptions in a player's first four seasons since 1970.
STEVE SMITH, SR. - WR, Baltimore Ravens
Had seven catches for 139 yards and two touchdowns in Week 4 against Carolina. Smith, who is the Panthers' all-time leading receiver with 12,197 yards, became the second player in NFL history to have 100+ receiving yards in his first game against a franchise for which he had 10,000+ receiving yards (TORRY HOLT, October 18, 2009 against St. Louis).
Had 429 receiving yards through Week 4, the most ever by a 35+ year old player through the first four games of a season.
Had three touchdown receptions of 50 or more yards this season, joining Pro Football Hall of Famers JAMES LOFTON (1991) and JERRY RICE (1998) and JOEY GALLOWAY (2007) as the only players in NFL history with three touchdown catches of 50 or more yards in a season at age 35 or older.
Has 13,262 career receiving yards, surpassing Pro Football Hall of Famer ANDRE REED (13,198) for No. 14 all-time.
C.J. SPILLER - RB-KR, Buffalo Bills
Became the first player since 1973 to have a 100+ yard kickoff-return touchdown and 45+ yard run in the same game in Week 2.
DARREN SPROLES - PR-RB, Philadelphia Eagles
In Week 10, became the first player in NFL history to record both a punt-return touchdown and a rushing touchdown in the first quarter of a game.
MATTHEW STAFFORD - QB, Detroit Lions
Had 19,953 career passing yards through 70 games, the most of any player in NFL history in his first 70 games.
In Week 7, threw a five-yard touchdown pass with 1:48 remaining to give the Lions a 24-23 come-from-behind victory over New Orleans, marking Stafford's sixth career game-winning touchdown pass inside the two-minute warning of the fourth quarter, the most in NFL history through a player's first six seasons.
In Week 8, became one of three quarterbacks (TOM BRADY and DREW BLEDSOE) in the Super Bowl era to start three games in which his team overcame a deficit of at least 21 points to win.
RYAN TANNEHILL - QB, Miami Dolphins
Had a rush of 20+ yards in four consecutive games (Weeks 3, 4, 6, 7), joining Pro Football Hall of Famer STEVE YOUNG and MICHAEL VICK as the only quarterbacks to do so in the past 25 years.
JULIUS THOMAS - TE, Denver Broncos
Had seven touchdowns through Week 4, the most by a tight end in his team's first four games to begin a season in NFL history.
Became the first tight end in NFL history with back-to-back 12-touchdown seasons.
MICHAEL VICK - QB, New York Jets
Became the first quarterback in NFL history to reach 6,000 career rushing yards (6,010).
ADAM VINATIERI - K, Indianapolis Colts
Has scored 988 points since joining the Colts in 2006, the first player in NFL history to score 900 career points with two different teams. Vinatieri scored 1,158 points in 10 seasons (1996-2005) with the New England Patriots before joining the Colts.
Has 2,144 career points scored and surpassed JOHN CARNEY (2,062) for the fourth-most points all-time.
Had 140 points this season, becoming the only player in NFL history to score 100+ points in 17 different seasons.
LEON WASHINGTON - KR-RB, Tennessee Titans
Became the 10th player in league history with at least 7,500 kickoff return yards (7,553).
SAMMY WATKINS - WR, Buffalo Bills
In Week 7, became the first rookie with at least 100 receiving yards and a game-winning touchdown catch with one second or less remaining in the fourth quarter of a game since 2009 (Tennessee wide receiver KENNY BRITT vs. Arizona on November 29, 2009).
J.J. WATT- DE, Houston Texans
Had 20.5 sacks and became the first player with at least 20 sacks in two different seasons (20.5 in 2012) since sacks became an official statistic in 1982.
Became the first player in NFL history with at least three offensive touchdowns, two touchdowns on takeaways and a safety in the same season.
Became only player in NFL history with at least 35 sacks (57.0), an interception-return touchdown (one) and a receiving touchdown (three) in his first four NFL seasons.
Joined GEORGE HALAS (1927), JAY ARNOLD (1938) and BILLY STACY (1961) as the only players to score a touchdown on a reception, interception return and return on an opponent's fumble in the same season.
In Week 11, became the only NFL player to register a sack, forced fumble, fumble recovery and touchdown reception in the same game since sacks became an official statistic in 1982.
Has 57 career sacks and became only the fifth player to record at least 50 sacks in his first four seasons since sacks became an official statistic in 1982. Watt joins Pro Football Hall of Famers REGGIE WHITE (70) and DERRICK THOMAS (58), DE MARCUS WARE (53.5) and DWIGHT FREENEY (51) as the only players to accomplish the feat.
REGGIE WAYNE - WR, Indianapolis Colts
Has 1,070 career receptions and passed ISAAC BRUCE (1,024) for the seventh-most receptions in NFL history.
Has 14,345 career receiving yards and surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer JAMES LOFTON (14,004) for the eighth-most in NFL history.
Became the ninth player in NFL history to reach 14,000 receiving yards and only the fifth to do so with one franchise.
WES WELKER - WR, Denver Broncos
Has 890 career receptions, surpassing former Broncos wide receiver ROD SMITH (849) for the most catches by an undrafted player in NFL history.
Has 50 career touchdown catches, joining ANTONIO GATES (99) and ROD SMITH (68) as the only undrafted players with at least 50 touchdown receptions in the common draft era (since 1967).
RUSSELL WILSON - QB, Seattle Seahawks
In the regular season as a starting quarterback, Wilson's 36 wins and 22 home victories are the most in the Super Bowl era in a quarterback's first three seasons. He passed Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO (33) and MATT RYAN (33) in wins and Ryan (20) in home victories.
Won 20 of his first 22 career starts at home in the regular season, tied for the fewest starts needed to reach 20 regular-season wins at home among quarterbacks who began their careers in the Super Bowl era. The other three quarterbacks to accomplish the feat are MATT RYAN, MARC BULGER and DANNY WHITE.
Became the only player with 300+ pass yards and 85+ rushing yards in two different games.
In Week 7, became the first player in NFL history to have 300+ passing yards (313) and 100+ rushing yards (106) in a single game.
Had three games with at least 100 rushing yards this season and joined MICHAEL VICK (2004 and 2006) as the only quarterbacks with at least three 100-yard rushing games in a season in the Super Bowl era (since 1966).
JASON WITTEN - TE, Dallas Cowboys
Witten (10,502) is one of four tight ends in NFL history with 10,000 career receiving yards, joining TONY GONZALEZ (15,127), Pro Football Hall of Famer SHANNON SHARPE (10,060) and ANTONIO GATES (10,014).
Witten and TONY GONZALEZ (1,325) are the only tight ends with at least 900 career receptions, and Witten was the youngest to reach the milestone (32 years, 159 days old).
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