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    [2021] Franz's Facts: Week 15

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    Welcome to Franz's Facts!

    Your weekly home for tidbits, nuggets, statistical leaders, and the like

     

    Due to my absence last week, this will be an extended version.

     

    WEEK 15 - STAT LEADERS

     

    Passing yards

    Rob LeCount, DET - 356
    Brian Vardell, MIN - 342
    Aaron Shea, IND - 309

     

    Rushing yards

    Sterling Brown, NO - 136
    Marcus Williams, SEA - 110
    Major Morris, LV - 106
    Marcus Barry, MIA - 106

     

    Receiving yards

    Jeremy Cook, DET - 154
    Paul Howell, NYJ - 116
    Derek Harrison, JAX - 104

     

    Tackles

    William Thomas, ARI - 7
    Kwazi Robb - NYJ - 7
    George Russell, NYG - 7
    Arlie LeClair, KC - 7

     

    Sacks

    Alvis Brumm, NYJ - 2.0
    Doug Carolan, DET - 2.0
    Tyrone Jones, BAL - 1.5
    Early Davis, ATL - 1.5

     

    Interceptions

    Keyshawn Thompson, DET - 2

    (only multi-INT performance this week)

     

     

    WEEK 15 FACTOIDS

     

    Only four players totaling more than six tackles...

    this was our all-time low

     

    We had a tie for highest temperature

    Tampa, FL - 80 F :sunny::buccaneers: vs. :panthers:
    Miami Gardens, FL - 80 F :sunny: :dolphins: vs. :bengals:

     

    The lowest OL rating this week was 7.3
    :bengals:

     

    Teams with a higher OL rating than their opponents were 11-2 this week

    by far the best performance of the season.

     

    There were only four "severe" injuries this week

    :dolphins:Cory Betts, CB - Severe ACL Rupture

    :texans: Arturo Beckham, WR - Severe Achilles Rupture
    :steelers: Greg Sewell, OT - Severe Achilles Rupture
    :colts: Cayden Reese, TE - Severe Toe Fracture

    this was by far our fewest amount of severe injuries.

    Teams who out-rushed their opponents were 12-4 this week

    For the first time all season, a team has the leader (with ties) in at least four categories

    :fibur:
    passing yards, receiving yards, sacks, interceptions

     

    When a quarterback with a last name in the first half of the alphabet faced off against one with a last name in the last half of the alphabet, he went a disappointing 3-4.

     

    Only two games featured fewer than four touchdowns

    :ravens: 23 - 16 :jaguars:
    :broncos: 13 - 9 :chiefs:

     

    In both of those two games, the home team won

    In both of those games, there was exactly one drop.


    Only one rush went longer than 31 yards
    Sterling Brown - 40

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    Reese has been injured twice now. Our 75 rated 2nd year Dotson has been very good in his place though. 

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