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    [2021] Franz's Facts: Week 3

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    Welcome to Franz's Facts!
    Your weekly home for tidbits, nuggets, statistical leaders, and the like

     

    WEEK 3 - STAT LEADERS

     

    Passing yards

    Aaron Devereaux, NO - 370

    Nick Hall, OAK - 350

    Aaron Shea, IND - 325

     

    Rushing yards

    Ron Thomas, CIN - 132

    Terrence Rodgers, KC - 125

    Fred Tindale, ARI - 100

     

    Receiving yards

    Sam Hiller-Weeden, WAS - 150

    Jamaal Brown-Sanderson, NO - 125

    Paul Howell, NYJ - 122

     

    Tackles

    Brad Mungro, NYG - 9

    Lukas Forman, IND - 8

    Bryan Jones, LAC - 8

    Corey Davis, NO - 8

    Christian Haywood, JAX - 8

     

    Sacks

    Doug Carolan, DET - 2.5

    Charles Johnson, DEN - 2.0

    Omar McManus, ARI - 2.0

    Brett Bailey, CIN - 2.0

    Anthony Ortiz, BUF - 2.0

    Dexter Flowers, MIA - 2.0

     

    Penalty yards

    :fibur: 102

    :steelers: 102

    :texans: 100

    :cowboys: 99

     

    Points

    :eagles: 46

    :buccaneers: 38

    :redskins: 38

    :bills: 35

     

     

    WEEK 3 FACTOIDS

     

    The high temperature this week was 92F

    Las Vegas, NV - 92 F :sunny::raiders: vs. :steelers: 

     

    The low temperature this week was 

    Chicago, IL - 68 F :sunny: - :bears: vs. :49ers: 

     

    The lowest OL rating this week was 7.7

    :seahawks: (in victory over Detroit)

     

    There were 12 "severe" injuries this week. Two fewer than last week

    :eagles: Marshawn Miller, RB - Severe Foot Dislocation

    :49ers: Michael McBride, DT - Severe Achilles Rupture
    :chargers: Gerald Morrison, WR - Severe Concussion
    :texans: Reynaldo Harris, FS - Severe ACL Rupture

    :broncos: Gray Corbin, FS - Severe Hamstring Tendonitis

    :cardinals: Eli Austin, WR - Severe ACL Rupture
    :cardinals: Tom Reis, WR - Severe Ankle Dislocation
    :vikings: Justin Glass, DE - Severe Thumb Sprain

    :seahawks: Onome Smith, FS - Severe ACL Rupture

    :fibur: Grey Brown, OT - Severe Hip Strain

    :rams: Nijrell Smith, OT - Severe Back Disc Tear

    :jets: Sam Chapman, RB - Severe Hamstring Bruise    

     

    Only one team had multiple "severe" injuries

    :cardinals:

     

    Only one game was injury-free

    :falcons: vs. :buccaneers:

    (the Bucs were also in the only injury-free game last week)

     

    Home teams were a disappointing 8-8 this week

     

    The shortest missed field goal this week was 40 yards.

    Daryl Lemus, :bills: 

     

    Three teams had fewer than 30 rushing yards

    Elijah Harden, :colts: - 9 carries, 15 yards

    O.J. Carano/Will Fuller, :giants: - 15 carries, 16 yards

    Booker T. Washington, :seahawks: - 8 carries, 27 yards

     

    Only one team scored more than 14 points in the first quarter

    :eagles: - 15

     

     

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    Woah, I had no idea that JBS led the league in receiving this week! It's finally a good bit of confidence in a guy that's finally getting a shot on the outside due to these devastating injuries. 

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