HOME AWAY FROM HOME: The BUFFALO BILLS (7-3) visit Ford Field and the DETROIT LIONS (4-6), who have won three consecutive games, on Thanksgiving (12:30 PM ET, CBS). The Bills are playing their second-consecutive game in Detroit after their Week 11 contest against Cleveland, originally scheduled to be played at Highmark Stadium in Buffalo, was moved to Ford Field due to a weather emergency in western New York last week. 

Since 2000, there have been four instances of a team winning consecutive games in a stadium that was not its home stadium:

TEAMSEASONSTADIUMWEEKS
San Francisco2020MetLife Stadium2-3
Buffalo2019MetLife Stadium1-2
Chicago2006Giants Stadium10-11
Dallas2003Giants Stadium3, 5


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PACE SETTERS: The KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (8-2) have won each of their past four games and enter their Week 12 matchup with the Los Angeles Rams (4:25 PM ET, FOX) with the league’s top scoring offense (30 points per game).

Quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES leads all quarterbacks in passing yards (3,265) and touchdown passes (28) this season. Currently in his sixth NFL season, he has recorded 37 career games with at least 300 passing yards, including at least 325 passing yards in each of his past five starts. On Sunday, Mahomes can tie RICH GANNON (six consecutive games in 2002) for the most consecutive games with at least 325 passing yards in NFL history.
With at least 300 passing yards against the Rams, Mahomes would surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO (37 games) for the most such games by a player in his first seven seasons in NFL history. 

The players with the most games with at least 300 passing yards in their first seven seasons in NFL history:

PLAYERTEAMGAMES
Dan MarinoHOFMiami37
Patrick MahomesKansas City37*
Andrew LuckIndianapolis33
*In sixth season

Tight end TRAVIS KELCE has 69 receptions for 855 yards with a league-high 11 touchdown catches this season. Currently in his 10th season, he has recorded 9,861 receiving yards and against the Rams, he can surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer TONY GONZALEZ (9,882) for the most receiving yards by a tight end in his first 11 career seasons in NFL history.  

The tight ends with the most receiving yards in their first 11 seasons in NFL history:

PLAYERTEAMRECEIVING YARDS
Tony GonzalezHOFKansas City9,882
Travis KelceKansas City9,861*
Jason WittenDallas9,799
*In 10th season

Kelce can also become the fifth tight end in NFL history with at least 10,000 career receiving yards, joining Pro Football Hall of Famer TONY GONZALEZ (15,127), JASON WITTEN (13,046), ANTONIO GATES (11,841) and Pro Football Hall of Famer SHANNON SHARPE (10,060).

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TAG LINE: Miami quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA leads all qualified passers with a 118.4 passer rating this season and in Week 10, became the second player in NFL history with at least 275 passing yards, three touchdown passes and a passer rating of 135-or-higher in three consecutive games, joining Pro Football Hall of Famer KURT WARNER (Weeks 3-5, 1999). 

Against Houston on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, CBS), Tagovailoa can become the third quarterback in NFL history to record a passer rating of 135-or-higher in four consecutive games, joining JOHN HADL (four consecutive games in 1973) and RUSSELL WILSON (four consecutive games in 2015). 

The players with the most consecutive games with a passer rating of 135-or-higher in NFL history: 

PLAYERTEAMSEASONCONSECUTIVE GAMES
John HadlL.A. Rams19734 (Weeks 1-4)
Russell WilsonSeattle20154 (Weeks 11-14)
    
Tua TagovailoaMiami20223* (Weeks 8-10)
*Active streak

On Sunday, Tagovailoa can become the sixth quarterback in NFL history to throw at least three touchdown passes and complete at least 70 percent of his pass attempts in four consecutive starts. 

The players with at least three touchdown passes and a completion percentage of 70-or-higher in the most consecutive games in NFL history: 

PLAYERTEAMSEASONCONSECUTIVE GAMES
Andrew LuckIndianapolis20185 (Weeks 7-8, 10-12)
Peyton ManningHOFDenver20125 (Weeks 4-6, 8-9)
Russell WilsonSeattle20155 (Weeks 11-15)
Tom BradyNew England20074 (Weeks 1-4)
Aaron RodgersGreen Bay20204 (Weeks 11-14)
    
Tua TagovailoaMiami20223* (Weeks 8-10)
*Active streak

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CHARGING UP THE CHARTS: Since entering the NFL in 2020, Los Angeles Chargers quarterback JUSTIN HERBERT ranks third in the NFL in passing yards (12,080) and fifth in touchdown passes (85). On Sunday in Arizona (4:05 PM ET, CBS), Herbert can surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer PEYTON MANNING (12,287) for the second-most passing yards and ANDREW LUCK (86) for the second-most touchdown passes by a player in his first three seasons in NFL history. 

The players with the most passing yards in their first three seasons in NFL history:

PLAYERTEAMPASSING YARDS 
Andrew LuckIndianapolis12,957 
Peyton ManningHOFIndianapolis12,287 
Justin HerbertL.A. Chargers12,080* 
*In third season

The players with the most touchdown passes in their first three seasons in NFL history:

PLAYERTEAMTOUCHDOWN PASSES 
Dan MarinoHOFMiami98 
Andrew LuckIndianapolis86 
Justin HerbertL.A. Chargers85* 
Peyton ManningHOFIndianapolis85 
*In third season

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DOMINANT DAVANTE: Las Vegas wide receiver DAVANTE ADAMS recorded his third career overtime touchdown last week, tied with Pro Football Hall of Famer LADAINIAN TOMLINSON (three) for the most overtime touchdowns in NFL history. He ranks second in the NFL with 10 touchdown receptions this season and became the fourth player ever with at least 10 touchdown receptions in at least six of his first nine seasons, joining Pro Football Hall of Famers JERRY RICE (seven seasons), MARVIN HARRISON (six) and RANDY MOSS (six). 

Adams has recorded at least 125 receiving yards and a touchdown reception in each of his past three games and in Seattle on Sunday (4:05 PM ET, CBS), can become the fifth player in NFL history with at least 125 receiving yards and a touchdown reception in four consecutive games.

The players with the most consecutive games with at least 125 receiving yards and a touchdown reception within a single season in NFL history: 

PLAYERTEAMSEASONCONSECUTIVE GAMES 
Odell Beckham Jr.New York Giants20144 (Weeks 14-17) 
Josh GordonCleveland20134 (Weeks 11-14) 
Calvin JohnsonHOFDetroit20124 (Weeks 10-13) 
Patrick JeffersCarolina19994 (Weeks 14-17) 
     
Davante AdamsLas Vegas20223* (Weeks 9-11) 
*Active streak

Adams leads all players with 83 touchdown receptions since entering the NFL in 2014 and can surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer CALVIN JOHNSON (83) for the fifth-most touchdown receptions by a player in his first nine seasons all-time. 

The players with the most touchdown receptions in their first nine seasons in NFL history:

PLAYERTEAM(S)TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS
Jerry RiceHOFSan Francisco118
Randy MossHOFMinnesota, Oakland Raiders101
Marvin HarrisonHOFIndianapolis98
Terrell OwensHOFSan Francisco, Philadelphia95
Davante AdamsGreen Bay, Las Vegas83*
Calvin JohnsonHOFDetroit83
*In ninth season

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GREAT DAY FOR THE BAY: San Francisco defensive lineman NICK BOSA ranks second in the league with 10.5 sacks in 2022 and has recorded at least one sack in eight of his first nine games this season. With a sack against New Orleans (4:25 PM ET, FOX), Bosa can become the fifth player since 2000 to record at least one sack in nine of his first 10 games of a season.

The players with at least one sack in nine of their first 10 games of a season since 2000: 

PLAYERTEAMSEASONGAMES 
Everson GriffenMinnesota20179 
DeMarcus WareDallas20089 
Robert MathisIndianapolis20059 
Hugh DouglasPhiladelphia20009 
     
Nick BosaSan Francisco20228* 
*In first nine games

Since entering the NFL in 2017, 49ers tight end GEORGE KITTLE ranks second among all tight ends in receiving yards (4,913) and has recorded at least 500 receiving yards in each of his first five career seasons.

Kittle, who has 424 receiving yards this season, can become the fifth tight end in NFL history with at least 500 receiving yards in each of his first six seasons and the sixth tight end ever with at least 5,000 receiving yards in his first six career seasons.

The tight ends with at least 500 receiving yards in the most consecutive seasons to begin their career in NFL history:

PLAYERTEAMCONSECUTIVE SEASONS
Rob GronkowskiNew England11 (2010-18, 20-21)
Ozzie NewsomeHOFCleveland8 (1978-85)
Keith JacksonPhiladelphia, Miami7 (1988-94)
Jeremy ShockeyNew York Giants6 (2002-07)
   
George KittleSan Francisco5* (2017-21)
*Active streak

The tight ends with the most receiving yards in their first six seasons in NFL history:

PLAYERTEAMRECEIVING YARDS
Rob GronkowskiNew England5,555
Jimmy GrahamNew Orleans5,357
Travis KelceKansas City5,236
Kellen Winslow Sr. HOFSan Diego Chargers5,176
Antonio GatesSan Diego Chargers5,066
   
George KittleSan Francisco4,913*
*In sixth season

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HIGH WATTAGE: Pittsburgh linebacker T.J. WATT recorded a half sack and his sixth-career interception last week and since entering the league in 2017, ranks second among all players with 73.5 sacks.

With 1.5 sacks on Monday Night Football in Indianapolis (8:15 PM ET, ESPN), Watt – appearing in his 81st career game – can become the second-fastest player to reach 75 NFL sacks since 1982, when the individual sack became an official statistic, trailing only Pro Football Hall of Famer REGGIE WHITE (65 games). 

The players to reach 75 sacks in the fewest games since 1982: 

PLAYERTEAMGAMES
Reggie WhiteHOFPhiladelphia65
J.J. WattHouston82
Bruce SmithHOFBuffalo85
Von MillerDenver90
   
T.J. WattPittsburgh80*
*Has 73.5 career sacks

Watt has 12.5 sacks in 10 career games on Monday, including multi-sack performances in each of his Monday Night Football appearances last season (three sacks in Week 9 and four sacks in Week 17). 

With at least two sacks against Indianapolis, Watt can become the fifth player since 1982, when the individual sack became an official statistic, to record multiple sacks in three consecutive Monday games.

The players with the most consecutive Monday games with at least two sacks since 1982:

PLAYERTEAM(S)CONSECUTIVE GAMES
Aldon SmithSan Francisco4 (Week 15, 2011 – Week 12, 2013)
John RandleHOFMinnesota4 (Week 9, 1992 – Week 17, 1994)
Jacob GreenSeattle3 (Week 1, 1984 – Week 11, 1984)
Richard SeymourHOFNew England, Oakland Raiders3 (Week 7, 2008 – Week 1, 2011)
   
T.J. WattPittsburgh2* (Week 9, 2021 – Week 17, 2021)
*Active streak