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Published: Nov. 6, 2013 at 07:00 p.m.

Mind-blowing stats for Week 10 of the 2013 season

Three quarterbacks have thrown 20+ touchdown passes this season. Two of them play against each other on Sunday night. See how Drew Brees and Tony Romo stack up with these ten stats for Week 10.

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  • Manning's weakness 10

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    Manning's weakness

    Peyton Manning has a losing record against only 4 quarterbacks (minimum 5 starts, including postseason), including the one he’ll face this week. Philip Rivers is 4-3 against Peyton -- including wins in both of their two playoff meetings. So if Rivers is The Riddler to Manning’s Batman, who, then, is The Joker? It’s not Drew Bledsoe (also 4-3 vs Manning) or Tom Brady (9-4), two Bill Belichick students who can also claim winning records against Manning. How about an Ivy League grad with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a 4-1 mark against quite possibly the best QB in NFL history – Jay Fiedler? Yep, that Jay Fiedler owns the best record of any NFL quarterback against Peyton Manning.

  • AFC North 9

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    AFC North

    The 6-3 Bengals lead the AFC North by 2.0 games over the Browns. The last time two Ohio teams were ranked 1-2 in a division was heading into Week 4 of the 2001 season in the AFC Central, when these teams were tied for first, at 2-1, along with the Ravens and Jaguars.

  • Comebacks 8

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    Comebacks

    When the Seahawks rallied from a 21-point deficit to beat the Buccaneers in Week 9, they matched the NFL’s largest comeback win this season. Adding in the Seahawks’ defeat of Houston Week 4 when they trailed by 17, Seattle owns two of the four largest comeback wins in the NFL this season.

  • Drew Brees vs. Tony Romo 7

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    Drew Brees vs. Tony Romo

    Three quarterbacks have thrown 20+ touchdown passes this season. Two of them play against each other on Sunday night. Drew Brees has 21 TDs, while Tony Romo has 20.

  • Eli Manning 6

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    Eli Manning

    Eli Manning’s Giants had 23 turnovers in first six games but had only 2 in their last 2 games, which were both wins. After throwing 15 interceptions in his first 6 games of the season, Eli has gone 2 games in a row without an interception. Yet he still leads the NFL in INTs.

  • LeSean McCoy's impact 5

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    LeSean McCoy's impact

    What’s the magic number for Chip Kelly? The Eagles are 3-0 this season when LeSean McCoy has 26 or more touches (rushes/receptions), and 1-5 when McCoy has less than 26 touches.

  • Cam Newton 4

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    Cam Newton

    Cam Newton’s 55 rush attempts and 251 yards through 8 games are the fewest in his career through his first 8 games. With 8 fewer rushes than 2011 and 96 yards less than 2012, Newton has led the Panthers to a 5-3 record. The Panthers started 2-6 in both 2011 and 2012.

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    Redskins vs. Vikings

    When Robert Griffin III was intercepted by the Chargers’ Sean Lissemore in the Redskins’ end zone Sunday, it marked the 5th consecutive game the Redskins had allowed a defensive or special teams TD. The Vikings have scored 4 defensive or specials teams TD this season. Minnesota’s 3 special teams return TDs (2 kickoff return, 1 punt return) are the most in the NFL.

  • Scrimmage yards 2

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    Scrimmage yards

    The Lions-Bears matchup on Sunday features three of the top five players this season in scrimmage yards per game: Reggie Bush (121.9), Matt Forte (121.8) and Calvin Johnson (117.3) rank 3rd, 4th and 5th, behind Jamaal Charles (123.8) and LeSean McCoy (121.9).

  • Too close to call 1

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    Too close to call

    92 of 133 games this season (69.2 percent) have been within 7 points in the 4th quarter, the most games ever through the first nine weeks. The previous high was 89 in 2003.

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