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Published: Dec. 13, 2018 at 03:47 p.m.

Mind-boggling stats for 2018 Week 15: Saturday games

It's December, which means it is time for the NFL's Saturday games! Baker Mayfield will lead the Browns as they face off against the Broncos, while Deshaun Watson and the Texans will take on the Jets. See what the numbers have to say with these mind-boggling stats for the Week 15 Saturday games.

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  • Not only is Baker Mayfield 3-2 in five starts under new offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens, he has been one of the NFL's most efficient quarterbacks since the Browns coaching shakeup in Week 9. In that time, Mayfield ranks third in completion percentage (73.2), first in yards per pass attempt (9.2), and third in passer rating (114.4) among QBs to make at least four starts. 8

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    Something is baking in the Browns' kitchen

    Not only is Baker Mayfield 3-2 in five starts under new offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens, he has been one of the NFL's most efficient quarterbacks since the Browns coaching shakeup in Week 9. In that time, Mayfield ranks third in completion percentage (73.2), first in yards per pass attempt (9.2), and third in passer rating (114.4) among QBs to make at least four starts.

  • Phillip Lindsay has the fourth-most rush yards in the NFL this season with 967. 7

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    Can't stop Lindsay

    Phillip Lindsay has the fourth-most rush yards in the NFL this season with 967.

  • Bad news for Deshaun Watson and the Texans as they prepare for the Jets in Week 15: The Jets have the 5th-highest pressure rate (29.1 pct) in the NFL, according to Next Gen Stats. Watson has a 32.7 passer rating when under pressure this season, the lowest in the NFL among 32 qualified QBs. 6

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    Putting pressure on Deshaun

    Bad news for Deshaun Watson and the Texans as they prepare for the Jets in Week 15: The Jets have the 5th-highest pressure rate (29.1 pct) in the NFL, according to Next Gen Stats. Watson has a 32.7 passer rating when under pressure this season, the lowest in the NFL among 32 qualified QBs.

  • DeAndre Hopkins ranks ninth in the NFL with 1,151 receiving yards this season. 5

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    Raking in receiving yards

    DeAndre Hopkins ranks ninth in the NFL with 1,151 receiving yards this season.

  • Von Miller has the second-most sacks this season with 13.5. 4

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    Beware of Miller

    Von Miller has the second-most sacks this season with 13.5.

  • Sam Darnold leads the NFL with 15 INT this season (in only 10 games played). But with four wins this season, Darnold is tied with Baker Mayfield for the most wins by a rookie QB. 3

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    Darnold under pressure

    Sam Darnold leads the NFL with 15 INT this season (in only 10 games played). But with four wins this season, Darnold is tied with Baker Mayfield for the most wins by a rookie QB.

  • Nick Chubb leads the Browns with 910 scrimmage yards and 10 scrimmage touchdowns this season. 2

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    Leading the Browns

    Nick Chubb leads the Browns with 910 scrimmage yards and 10 scrimmage touchdowns this season.

  • Deshaun Watson is among the most pressured QB in the NFL, and has the lowest passer rating under pressure among 32 qualified QB this season. Watson has been pressured on 134 dropbacks (seventh-most in NFL). Watson's 1-6 TD-INT ratio under pressure is the lowest in the NFL and his 6 INT are T-2nd-most under pressure. 1

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    Struggling under pressure

    Deshaun Watson is among the most pressured QB in the NFL, and has the lowest passer rating under pressure among 32 qualified QB this season. Watson has been pressured on 134 dropbacks (seventh-most in NFL). Watson's 1-6 TD-INT ratio under pressure is the lowest in the NFL and his 6 INT are T-2nd-most under pressure.