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Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry had a prolific 2014-15 season, setting a new NBA single-season three-point shots made record en route to winning his first MVP award and being an NBA champion.

Could Curry eventually become the NBA's greatest three-point shooter? How does he stack up with current record holder Ray Allen through his first six seasons?

Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NBA Analyst Ric Bucher discuss this "Record and Milestone" for the upcoming season in the video above.

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The New England Patriots moved to 5-0 with a win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday Night Football

It's still early, but it doesn't seem like any team is capable of stopping New England. Can the Patriots run the table and finish the regular season undefeated? Which teams on their schedule could stop them?

Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss in the video above.

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New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski had a quiet game by his own lofty standards in Sunday's 34-27 win over the Indianapolis Colts, but he did manage to become just the second player in Patriots history with 60 or more career touchdowns, per ESPN Stats & Info.

After being held without a catch in the first half, Gronkowski caught two balls for 35 yards on the opening drive of the second half, with the second of his two receptions going for a 25-yard touchdown against a blown coverage.

Despite adding just one more catch for 15 yards before the end of the game, Gronkowski is on pace to finish the year with 74 receptions for 1,360 yards and 16 touchdowns.

With 59 career receiving scores and one rushing score, the 26-year-old tight end needs just nine more total touchdowns to break wide receiver Stanley Morgan's franchise record of 68.

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Cleveland Browns tight end Gary Barnidge put himself in good company during Sunday's 26-23 overtime loss to the Denver Broncos, joining current Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome (1981) as the only tight ends in Browns franchise history to score touchdowns in four consecutive regular-season games, per ESPN Stats & Info.

One of the 2015 season's more shocking stories, the 30-year-old Barnidge was a 2008 fifth-round draft pick of the Carolina Panthers, and he had just 44 receptions and three touchdowns in 92 career games prior to this season.

It appeared 2015 wouldn't be much different, as he caught just four balls for 55 yards through the first two weeks of the season, despite earning a spot in the starting lineup.

Barnidge then broke out in Week 3 against the Oakland Raiders, but there was little reason to think his 6-105-1 receiving line was anything more than a one-game fluke against a soft opponent.

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New York Jets running back Chris Ivory rumbled for 146 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries in Sunday's 34-20 win over the Washington Redskins, becoming the first Jets player since Freeman McNeil in 1985 to run for 140 or more yards in consecutive games, per ESPN Stats & Info.

Following a 29-carry, 166-yard showing in a Week 4 win over the Miami Dolphins in London, the 27-year-old Ivory came out of his bye week with another gem of an outing.

In addition to averaging 7.3 yards per carry, he caught three passes for 50 yards in a Jets romp, finishing with a career-best 194 scrimmage yards.

Ivory has 83 carries for 460 yards (5.5 yards per carry) and four touchdowns through the Jets' first five games, putting him on pace for 266 carries, 1,472 yards and 13 touchdowns, even though he missed one game with an injury.

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New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall caught seven passes for 111 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 34-20 win over the Washington Redskins, thus becoming the first Jets player since Don Maynard in 1968 to record four consecutive 100-yard receiving games, per NFL Network's Rand Getlin.

Though somewhat overshadowed by his team's excellent defense and running back Chris Ivory, Marshall has quietly been one of the season's bigger surprises following a disappointing and injury-marred 2014 with the Chicago Bears.

He caught just 61 passes for 721 yards and eight touchdowns in 13 games last season, with his campaign eventually cut short by broken ribs and a collapsed lung.

There was some thought the 31-year-old wideout might be entering the twilight of his career, but he has swiftly put those thoughts to rest in New York, averaging 7.4 catches for 102.2 yards per game.

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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers set an NFL record in Sunday's 27-20 win over the San Diego Chargers, becoming the fastest player in league history (3,652 pass attempts) to reach 30,000 career passing yards.

Rodgers also set the mark for most career touchdown passes upon reaching 30,000 yards, with 241 in 116 games (109 starts), per Elias Sports Bureau (via ESPN Stats & Info).

Most important of all, he helped the Packers improve to 6-0, completing 16 of his 29 pass attempts for 255 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's victory.

Though efficient as ever, Rodgers hasn't had his usual volume this season, and he's currently on pace for just 3,976 passing yards, despite averaging 8.2 yards per attempt and 2.5 touchdowns per game.

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San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers rewrote the franchise record books in Sunday's 27-20 loss to the Green Bay Packers, setting Chargers single-game records for completions (43), pass attempts (65) and passing yards (503), per the Chargers' official Twitter.

Despite his effort, the Chargers couldn't pull off the victory and dropped to 2-4 on the season. With just 86.7 rushing yards per game, San Diego has really struggled to rush the ball, resulting in a pass-heavy attack that has Rivers atop the NFL's leaderboard for passing yards.

In addition to Sunday's 503-yard effort, Rivers topped 350 passing yards in three of his other five games this season, with a total of 2,116 through just six games.

He's on pace for 472 completions and 5,643 passing yards, both of which would be NFL single-season records.

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Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner tied an MLB record for most doubles in a postseason series, smacking his fifth and six two-baggers of the National League Division Series during Thursday's 3-2 Game 5 loss to the New York Mets, per MLB Stat of the Day.

Despite putting up 10 hits in 19 at-bats for a .526 batting average, Turner finished the series with modest totals of two runs and four RBI, as the Dodgers otherwise struggled against a tough Mets pitching staff, scoring three or fewer runs in three of the five games.

Turner had at least one hit in every game, including a double in every contest besides Game 3, with multi-hit efforts in every contest besides Game 4.

Though his team has a slew of better-known players, Turner was surprisingly one of the more valuable Dodgers even before the playoffs, as he finished the regular season with a .294/.370/.491 batting line, boosting his career line to .284/.351/.419.

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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler enters Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions with a chance to pick up his 47th win (including the playoffs) as his team's starting quarterback, which would break Jim McMahon's post-merger franchise record of 46, per ESPN Stats & Info

Cutler tied McMahon in Week 5, leading a comeback 18-17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs that was capped off by a seven-yard, game-winning touchdown pass to running back Matt Forte with just 18 seconds remaining.

The Bears got off to an ugly 0-3 start that included blowout losses to the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks in Weeks 2 and 3, but Chicago has surprisingly bounced back with consecutive wins to keep distant dreams of a playoff appearance alive.

Even if he can't earn his 47th win in a Bears uniform Sunday afternoon, Cutler should eventually break the record this season, as backup quarterback Jimmy Clausen has proven to be a major downgrade from the Bears' embattled starter.