Published: Oct. 17, 2017 at 06:45 p.m.

Next Gen Stats: Week 6

Find out who is making their mark in this week's Next Gen stats.

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  • In his first game after being traded to Arizona, Cardinals running back Adrian Peterson had 134 yards on 26 carries for two rushing touchdowns. During Sunday's matchup, Peterson saw most of his carries from single back (22 of his 26 of his carries) where he had a 6.0 yard per carry average and one of his two touchdowns. 10

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    Nice move

    In his first game after being traded to Arizona, Cardinals running back Adrian Peterson had 134 yards on 26 carries for two rushing touchdowns. During Sunday's matchup, Peterson saw most of his carries from single back (22 of his 26 of his carries) where he had a 6.0 yard per carry average and one of his two touchdowns.

  • Fastest average time to throw goes to Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr with an average of 1.94 seconds. 9

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    Quick release

    Fastest average time to throw goes to Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr with an average of 1.94 seconds.

  • Slowest average time to throw goes to Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky with an average of 3.49 seconds. 8

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    Slow motion

    Slowest average time to throw goes to Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky with an average of 3.49 seconds.

  • On his 75-yard touchdown run in the 1st Quarter, Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette hit a max speed of 21.76 MPH, which is the 2nd-fastest speed by a ball carrier this season. Close behind came Jason McCourty at 21.07, Marvin Hall at 20.72, Michael Campanaro at 20.62, and Jamal Agnew at 20.41 MPH. 7

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    Catch me if you can

    On his 75-yard touchdown run in the 1st Quarter, Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette hit a max speed of 21.76 MPH, which is the 2nd-fastest speed by a ball carrier this season. Close behind came Jason McCourty at 21.07, Marvin Hall at 20.72, Michael Campanaro at 20.62, and Jamal Agnew at 20.41 MPH.

  • Chiefs wide receiver Demarcus Robinson led all receivers in highest average separation at target this week. 6

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    Bulls eye

    Chiefs wide receiver Demarcus Robinson led all receivers in highest average separation at target this week.

  • For the past couple of weeks, Texans wide receiver Will Fuller has been one of Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson's favorite targets. Fuller's share of Watson's intended air yards has almost tripled from Weeks 1-4 to Weeks 5-6. Additionally, Fuller's average of 20.4 air yards per target is the 2nd-highest among wide receivers with 5 or more targets for this week. 5

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    Dynamic duo

    For the past couple of weeks, Texans wide receiver Will Fuller has been one of Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson's favorite targets. Fuller's share of Watson's intended air yards has almost tripled from Weeks 1-4 to Weeks 5-6. Additionally, Fuller's average of 20.4 air yards per target is the 2nd-highest among wide receivers with 5 or more targets for this week.

  • Cleveland Browns running back Duke Johnson tops the list for the best efficiency this week with a distanced traveled per every rush yard gain of 40 rushing yards. 4

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    Going the distance

    Cleveland Browns running back Duke Johnson tops the list for the best efficiency this week with a distanced traveled per every rush yard gain of 40 rushing yards.

  • Max speed by quarterback as ball carrier was taken by Cam Newton at 19 MPH, Carson Wentz at 18.61 MPH, Alex Smith at 18.18 MPH, Mitchell Trubisky at 18.16 MPH, and Josh McCown at 18.06 MPH. 3

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    Multi-tasking

    Max speed by quarterback as ball carrier was taken by Cam Newton at 19 MPH, Carson Wentz at 18.61 MPH, Alex Smith at 18.18 MPH, Mitchell Trubisky at 18.16 MPH, and Josh McCown at 18.06 MPH.

  • Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett had another impressive game this week, and was constantly pushing the pocket. Garrett built off his average separation from the quarterback result of 3.60 in his limited snaps last week, and posted a 3.49 against the Texans. That is the best result the Browns have had all season, showcasing the impact that Garrett can have on this pass rush as he gets more established. 2

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    Pushing the pocket

    Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett had another impressive game this week, and was constantly pushing the pocket. Garrett built off his average separation from the quarterback result of 3.60 in his limited snaps last week, and posted a 3.49 against the Texans. That is the best result the Browns have had all season, showcasing the impact that Garrett can have on this pass rush as he gets more established.

  • Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa now has the fastest sack of the season with 2.25 seconds to sack. Second place goes to New Orleans Saints outside linebacker Craig Robertson with a fastest sack time of 2.46 seconds. 1

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    Don't blink

    Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa now has the fastest sack of the season with 2.25 seconds to sack. Second place goes to New Orleans Saints outside linebacker Craig Robertson with a fastest sack time of 2.46 seconds.

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