WHAT TO LOOK FOR – A LOOK BACK
EARLY RISER: Denver quarterback PEYTON MANNINGpassed for 327 yards and four touchdowns in the Broncos' 52-20 win over Philadelphia. Manning has 16 touchdown passes, the most through the first four games of a season in NFL history.
In his first 20 games with the Broncos, Manning has 6,129 yards and 53 touchdowns. Those marks are the most by a player in his first 20 games with a team.
Denver has won 15 consecutive regular-season games, including a 4-0 record to open the 2013 season. Manning has led his teams to a 4-0 start six times in his career, the most in the Super Bowl era.
The quarterbacks with the most 4-0 starts in the Super Bowl era:
4-0 STARTS TO OPEN SEASON
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WHAT TO LOOK FOR ON MNF: Two more notes to keep in mind for tonight's *Monday Night Football *game between the Dolphins and Saints…
PERSISTENT PASSER: Last week, New Orleans quarterback DREW BREES recorded his eighth consecutive game with at least 300 yards passing, the second-longest streak of all time and one shy of the NFL record.
With 300 passing yards against Miami, Brees can tie his own record for the most consecutive games with at least 300 yards passing (nine).
The quarterbacks with the most consecutive games with 300 yards passing:
CONSEC. 300-YD GAMES
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GREAT GRAHAM: New Orleans tight end JIMMY GRAHAM has 313 receiving yards in his past two games, the most by a tight end in a two-game span in a single season since 1996.
Last week, Graham had nine receptions for 134 yards and two touchdowns in the Saints' 31-7 victory over Arizona. In Week 2, Graham tallied 179 yards and a touchdown on 10 catches in a 16-14 defeat of Tampa Bay.
With 101 yards against Miami, Graham will set the record for receiving yards by a tight end over a three-game span in a single season.
The most receiving yards by a tight end over a three-game span in a single season:
REC. YDS. OVER THREE GAMES
*Two games played