Sunday’s Best Performances

LONGEST PLAYS

  • 101 – Dallas S Bryan McCann interception return for TD vs. N.Y. Giants (W).
  • 87 – Chiefs S Eric Berry on missed field goal return vs. Denver (L).
  • 75 – Seattle LB Jason Hunter fumble return for TD vs. Chiefs (W).
  • 71 – Dallas RB Felix Jones catch for TD vs. N.Y. Giants (W).
  • 68 – Chicago WR Devin Hester kickoff return vs. Minnesota (W).
  • 65 – San Francisco WR Josh Morgan catch vs. St. Louis (W).
  • 63 – St. Louis P Donnie Jones punt vs. San Francisco (L).
  • 63 – Seattle WR D Butler catch for TD vs. Arizona (W).
  • 61 – San Francisco P Andy Lee punt vs. St. Louis (W).
  • 61 – Dallas P Mat McBriar punt vs. N.Y. Giants (W).
  • 60 – Houston WR Andre Johnson catch vs. Jacksonville (L).

RUSHING

  • 133 – Buffalo RB Fred Jackson on 25 carries with 1 TD vs. Detroit (W).
  • 117 – Tennessee RB Chris Johnson on 17 carries, 1 TD vs. Miami (L).
  • 106 – Denver RB Knowshon Moreno on 22 carries vs. Chiefs (W).
  • 100 – Carolina RB Mike Goodson on 23 carries vs. Tampa Bay (L).
  • 100 – Jacksonville RB Maurice Jones-Drew on 24 carries, 2 TDs vs. Houston (W).

PASSING

  • 134.2 – Tampa Bay QB Josh Freeman on 18 of 24 for 241 yards, 2 TDs vs. Carolina (W).
  • 134 – Jacksonville QB David Garrard on 24 of 31 for 342 yards, 2 TDs vs. Houston (W).
  • 131.5 – Denver QB Kyle Orton on 22 of 34 for 296, 4 TDs vs. Chiefs (W).
  • 124.1 – Dallas QB Jon Kitna on 13 of 22 for 327 yards, 3 TDs, 1 INT vs. N.Y. Giants (W).
  • 117.4 – New England QB Tom Brady on 30 of 43 for 350 yards and 3 TDs vs. Pittsburgh (W).
  • 116.7 – San Francisco QB Troy Smith on 17 of 28 for 356 yards, 1 TD vs. St. Louis (W).
  • 116 – Chiefs QB Matt Cassel on 33 of 53 for 4469 yards, 4 TDs vs. Denver (L).
  • 106.6 – Seattle QB Matt Hasselbeck on 22 of 34 for 333 yards, 1 TD vs. Arizona (W).
  • 121.1 – Houston QB Matt Schaub on 22 of 32 for 314 and 2 TDs vs. Jacksonville (L).
  • 97.9 – Pittsburgh QB Ben Roethlisberger on 30 of 49 for 387 yards, 3 TDs, 1 INT vs. New England (L).
  • 88.3 – N.Y. Giants QB Eli Manning on 33 of 48 for 373 yards, 2 TDs, 2 INTs vs. Dallas (L).
  • 72.6 – Arizona QB Derek Anderson on 23 of 45 for 322 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT vs. Seattle (L).

RECEIVING

  • 186 – Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe on 13 catches, 2 TDs vs. Denver (L).
  • 149 – Jacksonville WR Mike Thomason eight catches, 1 TD vs. Houston (W).
  • 146 – Houston WR Andre Johnson on nine catches, 1 TD vs. Jacksonville (L).
  • 145 – Seattle WR Mike Williams on 11 catches vs. Arizona (W).
  • 138 – Atlanta WR Roddy White on 12 catches, 2 TDs vs. Baltimore (W).
  • 136 – Pittsburgh WR Mike Wallace on eight catches with 2 TDs vs. New England (L).
  • 128 – Detroit WR Calvin Johnson on 10 catches, 1 TD vs. Buffalo (L).
  • 107 – Miami TE Anthony Fasano on five catches with 1 TD vs. Tennessee (W).
  • 104 – Dallas WR Dez Bryant on three catches with 1 TD vs. N.Y. Giants (W).

DEFENSE

  • Dallas S Bryan McCann 100-yard interception return for TD vs. N.Y. Giants (W).
  • Seattle LB Jason Hunter 75-yard fumble return for TD vs. Chiefs (W).
  • New England S James Sanders 32-yard interception return for TD vs. Pittsburgh (W).
  • Indianapolis CB Kelvin Hayden 31-yard interception return for TD vs. Cincinnati (W).
  • Denver LB Mario Haggan 3 sacks, 1 forced fumble vs. Chiefs (W).
  • St. Louis LB Craig Dahl 13 tackles vs. San Francisco (L).
  • Dallas LB Brandie James 13 tackles vs. N.Y. Giants (W).
  • Houston CB Glover Quin 13 tackles vs. Jacksonville (L).
  • Cincinnati LB Dhani Jones 13 tackles vs. Indianapolis (L).
  • Buffalo LB Paul Posluszny 13 tackles vs. Detroit (W).

SPECIAL TEAMS

  • N.Y. Giants Barry Cofield blocked PAT kick vs. Dallas (L).
  • Cleveland LB Titus Brown 3 tackles vs. N.Y. Jets (L).

2 Responses to “Sunday’s Best Performances”

  • November 15, 2010  - el cid says:

    Make you smile, just heard a Rome advertizer and he commented firing/hiring in dallas. He said “in their house anything less than a superbowl win is failure”. Wonder what he would say about what is acceptable for the Chiefs house?


  • November 15, 2010  - Nathan says:

    •116 – Chiefs QB Matt Cassel on 33 of 53 for 4469 yards, 4 TDs vs. Denver (L).

    I’ll bet Cassel’s arm was tired.




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