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The 213 total yards by the Eagles on Sunday are their second fewest under Chip Kelly. Their 22 rush yards are the lowest by any team this season.
Philip Rivers throws three touchdown passes in a game for the eighth time in the past two seasons. Only Peyton Manning has more (13).
With 134 yards, Martellus Bennett becomes the first Bears TE with 100-plus receiving yards against the Packers since Mike Ditka had 190 in 1961.
With five catches on Sunday, Antonio Brown sets an NFL record with 20 consecutive games with five or more receptions.
In his 98th career game, Aaron Rodgers surpasses 25,000 passing yards and becomes the fourth fastest to reach that milestone (Marino, Warner, Manning).
Brandon Marshall has 28 touchdowns since joining the Bears in 2012. That is the second most TDs of any non-QB in the NFL in that span (Marshawn Lynch, 31).
Deshaun Watson (Clemson) sets both a school record and an ACC freshman record with six touchdown passes against North Carolina.
Derek Jeter hits an infield RBI single and records his 3,465th career hit in his final MLB at-bat.
Jose Altuve is the third player since 1949 to lead the MLB in average and stolen bases. The other two were Jackie Robinson and Ichiro Suzuki.
The St. Louis Cardinals have clinched the NL Central for the eighth time in the past 15 seasons.
The Detroit Tigers have clinched first place in the AL Central for the fourth consecutive season.
Jordan Zimmermann throws the first no-hitter for the Nationals since the franchise moved to Washington.
Derek Jeter and Hal Morris are the only players in the Expansion Era (since 1961) to play 10-plus years and have a walk-off hit in their last home game.
Derek Jeter ends his Yankee Stadium career as the career leader in hits, runs, doubles and steals at home.
Eli Manning has four games with 300 pass yards and four touchdowns. In the Super Bowl era, all other Giants QBs have no more than two each (Phil Simms & Kerry Collins).
Larry Donnell is the first Giants tight end with three touchdowns in a game since Joe Walton in 1962.
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