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Published: Jan. 12, 2016 at 01:29 p.m.

Next Gen Stats for Wild Card

Adrian Peterson averaged 9.33 yards traveled per rushing yard gained against Seattle. Find out his season average and more interesting facts with this week's Next Gen stats.

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  • This week's leaders for max speed (ball carrier) are:  Chiefs'  Knile Davis: 22.11 MPH; Redskins' Jordan Reed:    17.51 MPH; Packers' James Starks: 17.18 MPH; Packers' Davante Adams: 16.43 MPH; Bengals' A.J. Green: 15.18 MPH 10

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    Max Speed on Touchdown

    This week's leaders for max speed (ball carrier) are: Chiefs' Knile Davis: 22.11 MPH; Redskins' Jordan Reed: 17.51 MPH; Packers' James Starks: 17.18 MPH; Packers' Davante Adams: 16.43 MPH; Bengals' A.J. Green: 15.18 MPH

  • This week's leaders for max speed by running back are:  Bengals' Jeremy Hill: 20.19 MPH; Packers' James Starks 19.15 MPH; Steelers' Jordan Todman: 18.84 MPH; Redskins' Chris Thompson: 18.12 MPH; Vikings' Adrian Peterson: 18.06 MPH 9

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    Max Speed by Running Back

    This week's leaders for max speed by running back are: Bengals' Jeremy Hill: 20.19 MPH; Packers' James Starks 19.15 MPH; Steelers' Jordan Todman: 18.84 MPH; Redskins' Chris Thompson: 18.12 MPH; Vikings' Adrian Peterson: 18.06 MPH

  • This week's leaders for distance traveled by running back are:  Vikings' Adrian Peterson: 476 yards; Steelers' Fitzgerald Toussaintz: 388 yards; Seahawks' Christine Michael 366 yards; Texans' Alfred Blue 295 yards; Packers' James Starks: 267 yards 8

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    Distance Traveled by Running Back

    This week's leaders for distance traveled by running back are: Vikings' Adrian Peterson: 476 yards; Steelers' Fitzgerald Toussaintz: 388 yards; Seahawks' Christine Michael 366 yards; Texans' Alfred Blue 295 yards; Packers' James Starks: 267 yards

  • Knile Davis' 106-yard game-opening kickoff return for a touchdown reached 22.11 mph, the 4th-fastest touchdown and fastest kickoff return this season. 7

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    Knile Davis

    Knile Davis' 106-yard game-opening kickoff return for a touchdown reached 22.11 mph, the 4th-fastest touchdown and fastest kickoff return this season.

  • In a matchup of Pro Bowlers, Marcus Peters held DeAndre Hopkins to 2 catches for 24 yards on 3 targets and a defensive pass interference penalty. Peters was on the field for 28 passing plays and covered Hopkins on 12 of them. 6

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    Marcus Peters and DeAndre Hopkins

    In a matchup of Pro Bowlers, Marcus Peters held DeAndre Hopkins to 2 catches for 24 yards on 3 targets and a defensive pass interference penalty. Peters was on the field for 28 passing plays and covered Hopkins on 12 of them.

  • Aside from the 60-yard catch-and-run, Antonio Brown was kept largely in check (6 receptions, 59 yards). Adam Jones matched up with him on 10 pass routes and allowed 2 catches for 25 yards on 3 targets. Jones held Brown to 1 reception for 17 yards on 4 targets in Week 8 (covering him on 60% of his passing routes), but missed Week 14 when he had 7 catches for 87 yards. 5

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    Antonio Brown and Adam Jones

    Aside from the 60-yard catch-and-run, Antonio Brown was kept largely in check (6 receptions, 59 yards). Adam Jones matched up with him on 10 pass routes and allowed 2 catches for 25 yards on 3 targets. Jones held Brown to 1 reception for 17 yards on 4 targets in Week 8 (covering him on 60% of his passing routes), but missed Week 14 when he had 7 catches for 87 yards.

  • A.J. Green, who lit up Antwon Blake for 10 receptions on 13 targets for 183 yards and a touchdown in their two regular season meetings, was held catch-less on 3 targets with Blake in coverage. 4

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    A.J. Green and Antwon Blake

    A.J. Green, who lit up Antwon Blake for 10 receptions on 13 targets for 183 yards and a touchdown in their two regular season meetings, was held catch-less on 3 targets with Blake in coverage.

  • Adrian Peterson averaged 9.33 yards traveled per rushing yard gained against Seattle. His season average was 3.92. 3

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    Adrian Peterson

    Adrian Peterson averaged 9.33 yards traveled per rushing yard gained against Seattle. His season average was 3.92.

  • Aaron Rodgers was sacked just once by Washington on the first-quarter safety. Other than that he was able to work within the pocket, averaging just 10.53 yards covered per drop back (below his season average of 12.04). 2

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    Aaron Rodgers

    Aaron Rodgers was sacked just once by Washington on the first-quarter safety. Other than that he was able to work within the pocket, averaging just 10.53 yards covered per drop back (below his season average of 12.04).

  • Jordan Reed made just under 30% of his catches in the regular season from the slot for 11.4 yards per reception. Against Green Bay, 6 of his 9 receptions came in the slot for 13.5 yards per reception. 1

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    Jordan Reed

    Jordan Reed made just under 30% of his catches in the regular season from the slot for 11.4 yards per reception. Against Green Bay, 6 of his 9 receptions came in the slot for 13.5 yards per reception.