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Published: Nov. 15, 2017 at 04:40 p.m.

Mind-boggling stats for 2017 Week 11

Russell is in MVP form, Goff is on a tear and the Redskins-Saints matchup could see a record-high of yards. Check out these stats and more in this week's edition of mind-boggling stats.

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  • Carson Wentz and Dak Prescott rank first and tied for second, respectively, in combined passing & rushing touchdowns this season (Wentz 23, Prescott 21). Only four previous players in the Super Bowl era have led the NFL in combined passing and rushing touchdowns within their first two seasons: Daunte Culpepper (2000), Kurt Warner (1999), Dan Marino (1984), and Steve Grogan (1976). 9

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    Battle of the best

    Carson Wentz and Dak Prescott rank first and tied for second, respectively, in combined passing & rushing touchdowns this season (Wentz 23, Prescott 21). Only four previous players in the Super Bowl era have led the NFL in combined passing and rushing touchdowns within their first two seasons: Daunte Culpepper (2000), Kurt Warner (1999), Dan Marino (1984), and Steve Grogan (1976).

  • Russell Wilson has accounted for 82.1 percent of the Seahawks scrimmage yards this season (including passing yardage), the highest such percentage by any player in a season in the Super Bowl era. Wilson has been responsible for 2,833 (2,543 passing, 290 rushing) of Seattle's 3,449 yards this season. 8

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    Most valuable Wilson

    Russell Wilson has accounted for 82.1 percent of the Seahawks scrimmage yards this season (including passing yardage), the highest such percentage by any player in a season in the Super Bowl era. Wilson has been responsible for 2,833 (2,543 passing, 290 rushing) of Seattle's 3,449 yards this season.

  • Jared Goff has 666 passing yards, 7 passing touchdowns, and 0 turnovers in his last two games. Kurt Warner never had a 2-game stretch with 650+ passing yards, 7+ passing touchdowns and 0 turnovers in his 12-season career. 7

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    Just Jared

    Jared Goff has 666 passing yards, 7 passing touchdowns, and 0 turnovers in his last two games. Kurt Warner never had a 2-game stretch with 650+ passing yards, 7+ passing touchdowns and 0 turnovers in his 12-season career.

  • The Steelers have both the NFL's leading rusher (Le'Veon Bell, 840 rushing yards) and receiver (Antonio Brown, 882 receiving yards) this season. They could become the third team in NFL history to have both for a full season, joining the 1999 Colts (Edgerrin James & Marvin Harrison) and 1991 Cowboys (Emmitt Smith & Michael Irvin). 6

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    Dominant duo

    The Steelers have both the NFL's leading rusher (Le'Veon Bell, 840 rushing yards) and receiver (Antonio Brown, 882 receiving yards) this season. They could become the third team in NFL history to have both for a full season, joining the 1999 Colts (Edgerrin James & Marvin Harrison) and 1991 Cowboys (Emmitt Smith & Michael Irvin).

  • JuJu Smith-Schuster has more receptions (14 to 12), receiving yards (329 to 182), and receiving touchdowns (3 to 1) than Antonio Brown in the last 3 games. Ben Roethlisberger's 147.5 passer rating when targeting JuJu this season is the highest among any quarterback-wide receiver combination with 30+ targets. 5

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    New JuJu

    JuJu Smith-Schuster has more receptions (14 to 12), receiving yards (329 to 182), and receiving touchdowns (3 to 1) than Antonio Brown in the last 3 games. Ben Roethlisberger's 147.5 passer rating when targeting JuJu this season is the highest among any quarterback-wide receiver combination with 30+ targets.

  • Tom Brady has the NFL's longest active streak of pass attempts without an interception (132), and the streak is likely to continue Sunday. The Raiders are the first team in NFL history to have zero interceptions in their first nine games of a season. 4

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    No picks for Tom

    Tom Brady has the NFL's longest active streak of pass attempts without an interception (132), and the streak is likely to continue Sunday. The Raiders are the first team in NFL history to have zero interceptions in their first nine games of a season.

  • Tom Brady and Bill Belichick could join an unexpected group of players and coaches to win a game in three different countries if they earn a victory in Mexico. The only two quarterbacks with a win in three countries are Ryan Fitzpatrick and Jay Cutler, and the only head coach with a win in three countries is Lovie Smith (all three in USA, Canada, and England). Brady and Belichick have already won games in the USA and England. 3

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    In new territory

    Tom Brady and Bill Belichick could join an unexpected group of players and coaches to win a game in three different countries if they earn a victory in Mexico. The only two quarterbacks with a win in three countries are Ryan Fitzpatrick and Jay Cutler, and the only head coach with a win in three countries is Lovie Smith (all three in USA, Canada, and England). Brady and Belichick have already won games in the USA and England.

  • Kirk Cousins has 7,391 passing yards since the start of last season, second-most in the NFL. The only player with more is his Week 11 counterpart, Drew Brees, with 7,606 passing yards since 2016. Brees and Cousins have combined to throw for over 8.5 miles in that span. 2

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    The longest yards

    Kirk Cousins has 7,391 passing yards since the start of last season, second-most in the NFL. The only player with more is his Week 11 counterpart, Drew Brees, with 7,606 passing yards since 2016. Brees and Cousins have combined to throw for over 8.5 miles in that span.

  • Mark Ingram is on pace for 1,536 scrimmage yards this season. Alvin Kamara, the other half of the Saints backfield duo, is on pace for 1,404 scrimmage yards. Ingram and Kamara would be the second running back duo in NFL history to each amass 1,400+ scrimmage yards in a season, joining the 1985 Browns (Earnest Byner: 1,462 scrimmage yards & Kevin Mack: 1,401 scrimmage yards) 1

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    These Saints are marchin'

    Mark Ingram is on pace for 1,536 scrimmage yards this season. Alvin Kamara, the other half of the Saints backfield duo, is on pace for 1,404 scrimmage yards. Ingram and Kamara would be the second running back duo in NFL history to each amass 1,400+ scrimmage yards in a season, joining the 1985 Browns (Earnest Byner: 1,462 scrimmage yards & Kevin Mack: 1,401 scrimmage yards)

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