Patriots QB Tom Brady’s 132.6 passer rating is by far the highest in the NFL.
Jets WR Brandon Marshall has dropped six passes, most in the NFL. Marshall also leads the league in passes not caught, with 38 passes thrown his way that he didn’t catch.
Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi is averaging 6.37 yards a carry, a full yard better than any other qualifying running back in the NFL.
Bills QB Tyrod Taylor’s 8.6 yards per carry on artificial surfaces is the best in the NFL.
Bengals QB Andy Dalton has already been sacked 22 times this year, more than he was sacked in either of the last two full seasons.
Browns RB Isaiah Crowell has the longest run in the NFL this season at 85 yards.
Ravens QB Joe Flacco has thrown an NFL-high 308 passes this season.
Steelers WR Sammie Coates has an NFL-high six catches of 40+ yards.
One good thing you can say about Texans QB Brock Osweiler: He has five third-down runs, and he has picked up the first down on all five of them.
Colts QB Andrew Luck has been sacked an NFL-high 25 times.
The Jaguars have picked up an NFL-low 21 third-down conversions this season.
Tennessee’s Brian Orakpo’s seven sacks have been for a combined total of 52 yards lost, best in the NFL.
Raiders CB David Amerson has broken up 11 passes, tied for the best mark in the league.
Broncos RB Devontae Booker hasn’t been stuffed at or behind the line of scrimmage a single time in 51 carries this year.
Chiefs RB Spencer Ware’s 492 rushing yards this year are already more than he had last year, as he’s taken over for Jamaal Charles as Kansas City’s featured back.
After not rushing for any touchdowns last year, Chargers RB Melvin Gordon is tied for the league lead this year.
Even after the Cowboys’ bye week, RB Ezekiel Elliott leads the league with 703 rushing yards and 37 rushing first downs.
Washington RB Matt Jones is a perfect 7-for-7 picking up the first down on third-and-1 this season.
The Eagles are the best team in the NFL, according to the stats at Football Outsiders.
Giants WR Odell Beckham is averaging a career-high 15.8 yards a carry.
Detroit’s Golden Tate has 289 yards after catch, best of any wide receiver in the NFL.
Packers WR Jordy Nelson has an NFL-high five catches inside the 10-yard line.
No one avoided interceptions like Bears QB Brian Hoyer, who threw 200 passes without a single pick before breaking his arm.
Vikings QB Sam Bradford has picked up the first down on an NFL-high 65.4 percent of his passes on third down with 3-7 yards to go.
Falcons QB Matt Ryan leads the NFL with 2,348 passing yards.
Saints QB Drew Brees has an NFL-high 17 touchdown passes.
Panthers QB Cam Newton has first downs on 38.7 percent of his rushing attempts, best in the NFL.
Buccaneers WR Mike Evans has 34 receiving first downs, best in the NFL.
San Francisco QB Colin Kaepernick is doing one thing well: He’s averaging a career-high 8.8 yards a carry.
Cardinals WR Michael Floyd has a first down on 89.5 percent of his catches.
After averaging 5.3 yards a carry last year, Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls is averaging 1.3 yards a carry this year.
Rams RB Todd Gurley still doesn’t have a 100-yard game this season.