Monday, November 13, 2017 1:00 am
JUSTIN A. COHN | The Journal Gazette
Streaks & stats
New Orleans rushed for 298 yards, including 131 by Mark Ingram and 106 by Alvin Kamara, and a franchise-record six touchdowns against the Bills. ... The Saints are the fifth team in NFL history, including the postseason, to rush for at least 295 yards and six TDs in a single game, joining the 1940 Chicago Bears, 1950 New York Giants, 1951 Los Angeles Rams and 1957 Cleveland Browns. ... Titans kicker Ryan Succop's NFL record streak of successful field goals inside the 50 finally ended at 56 after his first attempt, a 48-yarder in the second quarter against the Bengals. ... Tampa Bay entered its 15-10 win over the Jets with a league-low eight sacks. The Buccaneers nearly doubled with six against the Jets .
Atlanta's Adrian Clayborn had a career-high and franchise-record six sacks, forced two fumbles and recovered a fumble in the Falcons' 27-7 win against Dallas. The six sacks are tied for the second most in a game, behind only Derrick Thomas' seven in 1990, since sacks became an official statistic in 1982. ... The Falcons' Matt Ryan has 40,073 passing yards in 151 career games, reaching 40,000 in the fewest games in NFL history, surpassing the previous record held by Drew Brees (152).
Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett was being evaluated for a head injury by team doctors even though he cleared the NFL's concussion protocol late in the third quarter. Team officials said Brissett was initially evaluated for a concussion on the sideline twice – once with team doctors and once by the unaffiliated neurological consultant. He passed both times. ... Pittsburgh cornerback Joe Haden broke his left leg. Starting safety Mike Mitchell left on a cart with an injured right ankle. ... Running back Devonta Freeman was hurt on Atlanta's second offensive play. Dallas linebacker Sean Lee also went out in the first quarter with a hamstring injury. ... New Orleans running back Daniel Lasco had feelings in his extremities after sustaining a spine injury. Lasco was taken to a Buffalo-area hospital. ... Green Bay running back Ty Montgomery sat out the second half because of a rib injury. That left the Packers without their top two running backs after Aaron Jones hurt his knee in the first quarter.
– Associated Press