Sunday’s Best Performances – 10/24

LONGEST PLAYS

  • 92 – Washington CB DeAngelo Hall (right) INT return for TD vs. Chicago (W).
  • 80 – Tennessee WR Kenny Britt catch for TD vs. Philadelphia (W).
  • 71 – Arizona RB LaRod Stephens-Howling kickoff return vs. Seattle (L).
  • 70 – Chiefs RB Thomas Jones run vs. Jacksonville (W).
  • 68 – Cleveland P Reggie Hodges run vs. New Orleans (W).
  • 68 – Tennessee P Brett Kern punt vs. Philadelphia (W).
  • 66 – Miami P Brandon Fields punt vs. Pittsburgh (L).
  • 64 – Cincinnati WR Jordan Shipley catch for TD vs. Atlanta (L).
  • 64 – Cleveland LB David Bowens INT return for TD vs. New Orleans (W).
  • 63 – Philadelphia P Sav Rocca punt vs. Tennessee (L).
  • 63 – New England LB Rob Ninkovich fumble return vs. San Diego (W).
  • 62 – Cleveland CB Eric Wright punt return vs. New Orleans (W).

RUSHING

  • 165 –Oakland RB Darren McFadden on 16 carries and 3 TDs vs. Denver (W).
  • 131 – Minnesota RB Adrian Peterson on 28 carries and 1 TD vs. Green Bay (L).
  • 125 – Chiefs RB Thomas Jones on 20 carries and 1 TD vs. Jacksonville (W).
  • 125 – Washington RB Ryan Torain on 21 carries vs. Chicago (W).
  • 121 – Atlanta RB Michael Turner on 23 carries and 2 TDs vs. Cincinnati (W).
  • 110 – St. Louis RB Steven Jackson on 22 carries vs. Tampa Bay (L).
  • 102 – San Francisco RB Frank Gore on 19 carries vs. Carolina (L).

PASSING

  • 144.0 – Chiefs QB Matt Cassel on 13 of 18 for 193 yards, 2 TDs vs. Jacksonville (W).
  • 132.0 – Pittsburgh QB Ben Roethlisberger 19 of 27 for 302 yards, 2 TDs vs. Miami (W).
  • 127.9 – Oakland QB Jason Campbell on 12 of 20 for 204 yards, 23 TDs vs. Denver (W).
  • 118.1 – Atlanta QB Matt Ryan on 24 of 33 for 299, 3 TDs, 1 INT vs. Cincinnati (W).
  • 116.4 – Cincinnati QB Carson Palmer on 36 of 50 for 412 yards, 3 TDs vs. Atlanta (L).
  • 111.0 – Baltimore QB Joe Flacco on 16 of 31 for 250 yards, 3 TDs vs. Buffalo (W).
  • 106.2 – Buffalo QB Ryan Fitzpatrick on 29 of 43 for 374 yards, 4 TDs, 2 INTs vs. Baltimore (L).

RECEIVING

  • 225 – Tennessee WR Kenny Britt on 7 catches and 3 TDs vs. Philadelphia (W).
  • 201 – Atlanta WR Roddy White on 11 catches and 2 TDs vs. Cincinnati (W).
  • 158 – Buffalo WR Steve Johnson on 8 catches and 1 TD vs. Baltimore (L).
  • 131 – Cincinnati WR Jordan Shipley on 6 catches and 1 TD vs. Atlanta (L).
  • 131 – Pittsburgh WR Hines Ward on 7 catches and 1 TD vs. Miami (W).
  • 125 – Carolina WR David Gettis on 8 catches and 2 TDs vs. San Francisco (W).
  • 112 – New Orleans WR Marques Colston on 10 catches and 1 TD vs. Cleveland (L).
  • 108 – Cincinnati WR Chad Ochocinco on 10 catches and 1 TD vs. Atlanta (L).
  • 107 – Green Bay WR James Jones on 4 catches vs. Minnesota (WR).
  • 105 – Buffalo WR Lee Evans on 6 catches and 3 TDs vs. Baltimore (WR).

DEFENSE

  • Washington CB DeAngelo Hall 92-yard INT return for TD vs. Chicago (W).
  • Cleveland LB David Bowens 64-yard INT return for TD vs. New Orleans (W).
  • Cincinnati CB Pacman Jones 59-yard fumble return for TD vs. Atlanta (L).
  • Chicago CB D.J. Moore 54-yard INT return for TD vs. Washington (L).
  • Tennessee CB Cortland Finnegan 41-yard INT return for TD vs. Philadelphia (W).
  • Green Bay LB Desmond Bishop 32-yard INT return for TD vs. Minnesota (W).
  • San Francisco DT Ray McDonald 31-yard INT return for TD vs. Carolina (L).
  • Cleveland LB David Bowens 30-yard INT return for TD vs. New Orleans (W).
  • Chiefs LB Derrick Johnson 15-yard INT return for TD vs. Jacksonville (W).
  • Baltimore LB Ray Lewis 15 total tackles, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble, 1 recovered fumble vs. Buffalo (W).
  • Washington DE Brian Orakpo 2 sacks vs. Chicago (W); Arizona DT Alan Branch 2 sacks vs. Seattle (L); San Diego DE Antwan Barnes 2 sacks vs. New England (L).

SPECIAL TEAMS

  • San Francisco TE Delanie Walker had 5 total tackles vs. Carolina (L).
  • Seattle K Olinda Mare was 5 for 5 on FGs vs. Arizona (W).

One Response to “Sunday’s Best Performances – 10/24”

  • October 25, 2010  - Rick says:

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    “127.9 – Oakland QB Jason Campbell on 12 of 20 for 204 yards, 23 TDs vs. Denver (W).”

    Wow, 23 TD’s in one game is impressive. ;)




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