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New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. topped 90 receiving yards for a sixth consecutive game in Sunday's 36-7 win over the Tennessee Titans, giving him the longest such streak by a rookie in American professional football history, according to Pro-Football-Reference.com.

Rookie or not, Beckham is one of just 14 players to hit 90 receiving yards in six or more consecutive games, though the feat has been accomplished 16 times thanks to Calvin Johnson on three separate occasions.

The record for consecutive 90-yard receiving performances is nine, set by Michael Irvin for the Dallas Cowboys over the first nine games of the 1995 season.

Despite missing the Giants' first four games with a hamstring injury, Beckham has made his rookie campaign one of the most memorable in recent NFL history.

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Houston Texans running back Arian Foster went over 1,000 rushing yards in a season for the fourth time in his career during Sunday's 27-13 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, per ESPN Stats & Info.

Foster entered the contest with 901 rushing yards, needing 99 to become the fifth player this season to reach 1,000. If there was any doubt that he'd get there, it was erased when Foster broke off a season-long, 51-yard run in the first quarter.

The 28-year-old former Tennessee Volunteer eventually finished with 127 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries, giving him 1,026 rushing yards for the season.

He hit the 1,000-yard mark in the third quarter, just a few hours before Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch became the season's sixth 1,000-yard rusher.

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Following a 52-0 Week 13 demolition of the Oakland Raiders, the St. Louis Rams recorded another shutout Sunday against the Washington Redskins, giving the franchise back-to-back shutouts for the first time since 1945, per ESPN Stats & Info.

While the 24-0 victory wasn't quite as dominant as last week's blowout, the Rams held the Redskins out of the red zone all game and had a 329-to-206 advantage in total yards.

St. Louis also won the turnover battle 2-0, thanks to a pair of interceptions from Redskins quarterback Colt McCoy, who left the game at the two-minute warning of the second half with a neck injury.

Special teams was a mixed bag for the Rams, as kicker Greg Zuerlein missed an extra point and two short field goals in the first half, while wide receiver Tavon Austin took a punt return for a 78-yard touchdown late in the third quarter.

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The New England Patriots improved to 10-3 with Sunday's 23-14 win over the San Diego Chargers, becoming the second franchise since the AFL-NFL merger to win 10 or more games in 12 consecutive seasons, per ESPN Stats & Info.

The feat was previously accomplished by the San Francisco 49ers from 1983 to 1998, with the franchise winning four of its five Super Bowls during the 16-year span. The 49ers only missed the playoffs once during that time, falling short because of a tiebreaker at the end of a 10-6 season in 1991.

The Patriots have found similar success during their current run, which began in 2003, following a 9-7 campaign in 2002. The team won Super Bowls in 2003 and 2004, with the only playoff miss coming in 2008, when New England went 11-5 but missed the playoffs on a tiebreaker.

Patriots head coach Bill Belichick holds the record for most consecutive 10-win seasons by a coach, as the 49ers had three different bench bosses—Bill Walsh, George Seifert and Steve Mariucci—during their 16-season streak.

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Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell tied an NFL record held by Walter Payton when he surpassed 200 yards from scrimmage for a third consecutive game in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 42-21 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, per Elias Sports Bureau (via ESPN).

Bell finished the day with 185 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries, along with 50 receiving yards and another touchdown on six receptions, totaling 235 yards from scrimmage.

Payton accomplished the feat in 1977, when he put up a record total of 746 yards from scrimmage over a three-game span. Bell's 235 yards Sunday—added to 254 yards against the New Orleans Saints last week and 222 yards against the Tennessee Titans two weeks ago—give him 711 scrimmage yards over a three-week span, good for second in NFL history, per ESPN Stats and Info.

In a league where two-back rotations have become the norm for most teams, the Steelers have elected to stay with one "Bell cow" at the position. The second-year back out of Michigan State has amassed 1,231 yards and five touchdowns on the ground, with 693 receiving yards and three touchdowns through the air.

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Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil recorded 3.5 sacks in Sunday's 28-13 win over the Miami Dolphins, giving him a franchise single-season record of 16 sacks so far this year, per the Ravens' official website.

Dumervil entered the contest with 12.5 sacks, sitting 2.5 back of the franchise-record 15 compiled by four-time Pro Bowler Peter Boulware in 2001.

While breaking the record Sunday would have been a lofty goal, Dumervil likely knew he had a chance to get there, thanks to a favorable matchup against embattled Dolphins right tackle Dallas Thomas.

Per Pro Football Focus (subscription required), Thomas has the seventh-worst cumulative grade (-18.4) of any offensive tackle this season, despite logging just 255 snaps in five appearances.

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New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski became the first tight end to reach the end zone 10 times in four different seasons when he caught a 14-yard touchdown pass from Tom Brady in the the second quarter of Sunday's 23-14 win over the San Diego Chargers, per Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Gronk is the latest in the receiving tight end revolution that swept the league, beginning with names like Tony Gonzalez and Antonio Gates. Now, the position requires the versatility to both block in the run game and contribute as a receiver in the passing game.

His adversary at tight end Sunday, the 34-year-old Gates, could become the second tight end to complete the feat if he can find pay dirt in any of San Diego's three remaining games this season.

The most impressive part of Gronkowski's achievement, however, is the fact that he has reached the 10-touchdown plateau in four of just five seasons in the league.

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Buffalo Bills quarterback Kyle Orton tied a franchise single-game record with 38 completions in Sunday's 24-17 loss to the Denver Broncos, per ESPN Stats & Info (via Mike Rodak of ESPN).

Orton needed a whopping 57 pass attempts to get there and finished the game with 355 passing yards, good for a modest 6.2 yards per attempt. He threw one touchdown pass and two interceptions with a 74.8 passer rating for the day.

Four different Bills caught seven or more passes, led by running back Fred Jackson, who gained just 37 yards on 10 receptions. Tight end Scott Chandler caught eight balls for 81 yards, wide receiver Sammy Watkins had a team-high 127 receiving yards on seven receptions and fellow WR Chris Hogan managed 57 yards and a touchdown on seven catches of his own.

With the Bills down 24-3 at the end of the third quarter, Orton piled up 16 of his 38 completions over the final 15 minutes of the game. A one-yard touchdown run cut Denver's lead to 24-17 with 55 seconds remaining, but the Bills were unable to recover the ensuing onside kick.

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Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett passed Mike Ditka to set the single-season team record for receptions by a tight end Thursday against the Dallas Cowboys, according to a tweet from the Bears after the game.

Ditka is a household name among NFL fans, due to his triple career as a player, coach and media personality. Following an impressive playing career that was commemorated with a 1988 Hall of Fame induction, he coached the Bears to the franchise's only Super Bowl victory in 1985. While Bennett will likely never measure up to what Ditka did for the franchise, the 27-year-old tight end is starting to make a name for himself.

Bennett finished Thursday's game with a team-high 12 receptions for 84 yards and a touchdown, becoming the main target for quarterback Jay Cutler after wide receiver Brandon Marshall was knocked out with a rib injury.

Following Thursday's 12-catch performance, Bennett sits at 77 receptions for the season, with the total placing him two ahead of Ditka's 75 catches from 1964. Although the NFL season has expanded from 14 games to 16 since Ditka's record-setting campaign, Bennett and the Bears have thus far played just 13 contests this season.

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Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray tied a franchise record with his 11th 100-yard rushing game of the season in Thursday's 41-28 win over the Chicago Bears, per the Cowboys' official Twitter account.

The record is also held by all-time leading rusher Emmitt Smith, who recorded 11 100-yard games in a 1995 season that saw him set still-standing Cowboys records for carries (377), rushing yards (1,773) and rushing touchdowns (25).

Unsurprisingly, Smith broke his own team records in all three cases, and he also set the NFL's single-season marks for rushing and total touchdowns, both of which have since been broken either three (rushing) or four (total) times.

With 320 carries for 1,609 yards and nine touchdowns through 13 games, Murray is on pace to finish the year with 394 carries for 1,977 yards and 11 touchdowns, which would put him well beyond Smith's franchise marks for carries and rushing yards.