Published: Sept. 19, 2017 at 05:22 p.m.
Updated: Sept. 19, 2017 at 05:27 p.m.

Next Gen Stats: 2017 Week 2

Try to keep up with this week's max speeds, QB perfect passer rating, and defense lowest passer rating while blitzing (0.0) in this edition of Next Gen Stats.

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  • Raiders QB Derek Carr had the fastest release in the NFL this week, while Browns QB DeShone Kizer had the slowest. 10

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    Time to release

    Raiders QB Derek Carr had the fastest release in the NFL this week, while Browns QB DeShone Kizer had the slowest.

  • Saints QB Drew Brees had a perfect passer rating against the Patriots blitz this week. Check out how these quarterbacks faired in Week 2: Josh McCown 153.5, Tom Brady 140.5, Mike Glennon 127.8, Jay Cutler 118.8. 9

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    Think fast

    Saints QB Drew Brees had a perfect passer rating against the Patriots blitz this week. Check out how these quarterbacks faired in Week 2: Josh McCown 153.5, Tom Brady 140.5, Mike Glennon 127.8, Jay Cutler 118.8.

  • Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry led all receivers in average separation at target in Week 2 with 4.2 yards. Followed by Brandon Coleman at 3.7 yards. 8

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    Leader of the pack

    Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry led all receivers in average separation at target in Week 2 with 4.2 yards. Followed by Brandon Coleman at 3.7 yards.

  • The Green Bay Packers defense led the league this week in highest blitz percentage as they tried to put pressure on Falcons QB Matt Ryan. 7

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    The pressure is on

    The Green Bay Packers defense led the league this week in highest blitz percentage as they tried to put pressure on Falcons QB Matt Ryan.

  • The Baltimore Ravens defense allowed the lowest passer rating while blitzing this week (0.0), while the New England Patriots defense struggled, allowing a perfect passer rating of 158.3. 6

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    Lowest passer rating allowed

    The Baltimore Ravens defense allowed the lowest passer rating while blitzing this week (0.0), while the New England Patriots defense struggled, allowing a perfect passer rating of 158.3.

  • For the 2nd week in a row, Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt topped 20 MPH as a ball carrier, hitting 20.17 MPH on his 53-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. 5

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    Can't touch this

    For the 2nd week in a row, Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt topped 20 MPH as a ball carrier, hitting 20.17 MPH on his 53-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.

  • Focus your attention as these running backs reach max speed as ball carrier: Tevin Coleman 21.05, Todd Gurley, 20.93, Kareem Hunt 20.17, Jalen Richard 20.07, Todd Gurley 19.98. 4

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    No speed limit

    Focus your attention as these running backs reach max speed as ball carrier: Tevin Coleman 21.05, Todd Gurley, 20.93, Kareem Hunt 20.17, Jalen Richard 20.07, Todd Gurley 19.98.

  • For the majority of the game, Steelers WR Antonio Brown was covered by Vikings CB Xavier Rhodes (71.4 percent of Brown's pass plays). Rhodes had a solid day in coverage against Brown, almost making him a non-factor as he had a passer rating allowed of 47.9. However, the rest of the Vikings defense did not fare well against Brown, allowing a passer rating of 104.8. 3

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    Rhodes solid coverage

    For the majority of the game, Steelers WR Antonio Brown was covered by Vikings CB Xavier Rhodes (71.4 percent of Brown's pass plays). Rhodes had a solid day in coverage against Brown, almost making him a non-factor as he had a passer rating allowed of 47.9. However, the rest of the Vikings defense did not fare well against Brown, allowing a passer rating of 104.8.

  • Raiders RB Jalen Richard had the lowest distance traveled per rush yard gained this week with 2.37 yards. 2

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    One step at a time

    Raiders RB Jalen Richard had the lowest distance traveled per rush yard gained this week with 2.37 yards.

  • Usually known for his knack for extending plays, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers struggled when he held the ball for too long against the Falcons. Rodgers had a passer rating of 106.3 when his time to throw was less than 2.2 seconds, and 68.4 whenever it was longer than 2.2 seconds. 1

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    Let it go

    Usually known for his knack for extending plays, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers struggled when he held the ball for too long against the Falcons. Rodgers had a passer rating of 106.3 when his time to throw was less than 2.2 seconds, and 68.4 whenever it was longer than 2.2 seconds.

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