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Dez Bryant





Oklahoma State
9 Years Pro

2017 Season

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12/30/15: Placed on Reserve/Injured with a foot injury. 

07/15/15: Signed a five-year contract extension through 2019. 

12/08/10: Placed on Reserve/Injured with an ankle injury.

04/22/10: Drafted in the first round (24th overall) by Dallas.


Gameday Photos


Regarded by many as one of the top wide receivers and all-around collegiate athletes in the 2010 NFL Draft class, Bryant found a home with the Cowboys when Dallas traded its 27th overall pick along with a third round choice to New England for the 24th overall pick and a fourth round selection to move up to take the wide receiver. Bryant did not disappoint in his injury-shortened rookie season as he finished [Text Box: SIDELINES] [Text Box: HISTORY] second all-time among club rookies with 45 catches, third with six receiving touchdowns, tied for fifth with eight overall touchdowns and fifth with 564 yards. As was the case at Oklahoma State, Bryant also proved to be a threat on special teams as he returned two punts for touchdowns, including a 93-yarder, averaged 14.3 yards-per-punt return and 22.4 yards-per-kickoff return. In his second pro season, Bryant finished second on the team in all receiv- ing categories with 63 catches for 928 yards and nine touchdowns. He also led the team with 103 yards on 15 punt returns for a 6.9-yard average. The 2012 season was a breakout season for the receiver as Bryant led the team with a career-best 1,382 yards and 12 touchdowns while finishing second with 92 catches. His 1,382 yards were sixth in the NFL and fourth in a season in club history while his 12 touchdowns were third in the NFL and tied for fifth in team books. Bryant established a career-best with 224 yards against New Orleans (12/23) - the 10th 200-yard outing in franchise history. His mid-season emergence led to a seven-game touchdown streak to tie the longest in club history as he racked up the most touchdowns (10) and the third-most yards in the league through the final eight games of the season. In 2013 Bryant led the team in all receiving categories with 93 catches (a career-high), 1,233 yards and 13 touchdowns - a then career-high and previously tied for third in a season in team history. Bryant finished the season with a touchdown in each of the last five games, and he earned his first career trip to the Pro Bowl for his efforts in 2013. The 2014 saw Bryant lead the league with a club-record 16 touchdowns to earn his second straight Pro Bowl selection along with All-Pro honors, while placing eighth with his third straight 1,000-yard season (1,320) and 12th with 88 catches. The two-time Pro Bowl receiver signed a five-year contract extension prior to training camp in 2015 but struggled with a foot injury through the season, playing in only nine games after breaking his foot in the season opener. He finished his sixth season with 31 catches for 401 yards and three touchdowns. He returned in 2016 healthy, but missed three games with a knee injury, and led the squad with eight touchdown catches while placing second in yards (796) and third in receptions (50). The native Texan (attended Lufkin High School, 175 miles southeast of Dallas) carries on the strong tradition of Cowboys receivers wearing the number 88, as both Drew Pearson and Michael Irvin had storied careers in the number.



  • Started all 13 games he played, missing three with a knee injury, and led the team with eight touchdown catch- es, finishing second with 796 yards and third with 50 catches.
  • Named to his third career Pro Bowl team as a replacement for Julio Jones.
  • Had his first 100-yard game of the season, finishing with 102 yards on seven catches at Washington (9/18).
  • Suffered a knee injury on his first catch against Chicago (9/25) but finished with three catches for 40 yards with a 17-yard touchdown - Dak Prescott’s first career scoring toss. Became the fourth Dallas Cowboy with 60 career touchdown catches.
  • Inactive at San Francisco (10/2), against Cincinnati (10/9) and at Green Bay (10/16) (knee) but returned against Philadelphia (10/30) with four catches for 113 yards (17th career 100-yard game) and a touchdown. Became the sixth Cowboys player to top 6,000 career yards and was the third fastest (88 games) to reach the mark.
  • Tops on the team with 116 yards - his third 100-yard game of the season, 18th of his career - with one touch- down - a 50-yarder - on six catches at Pittsburgh (11/13).
  • Had six catches for 80 yards and two scores - his 14th career multi-score game - against Baltimore (11/20).
  • At Minnesota (12/1) paced the team with 84 yards and a touchdown on four catches, with a season-long 56-yard grab. His scoring catch was the 65th of his career and tied Irvin for second all-time in team history.
  • Caught four balls for 70 yards and two touchdowns against Detroit (12/26) to pass Irvin for second in receiving touchdowns (67) in team history. Logged his club-record tying 15th career multi-touchdown catch game. At- tempted his first career pass - a 10-yard touchdown to Jason Witten - making him the fifth player in NFL history, second in the Super Bowl era, to have multiple touchdown catches and a scoring toss in a game. He was the first Cowboy to throw and catch a touchdown since Danny White against Cleveland (9/22/85) and the first Dallas non-quarterback to complete a pass since Witten (to Terrell Owens) at Philadelphia (12/28/08).
  • In the finale at Philadelphia (1/1/17), played 18 plays and was held without a catch for the first time in 85 games.
  • Led the team with postseason career-highs for catches (nine), yards (132) and touchdowns (two - the first of his postseason career) in the Divisional Game against Green Bay (1/15/17). Became the fifth Cowboy with two receiving touchdowns in a playoff game.


  • Played in just nine games with nine starts after suffering a foot injury in the opening game of the season and caught 31 passes for 401 yards with three touchdowns.
  • Opened the season against the N.Y. Giants (9/13) with five catches for 48 yards but left the game with a foot injury in the fourth quarter and did not return.
  • Suffered a broken bone in his foot against the Giants, underwent surgery on Sept. 14 and missed the next five games while recovering and rehabbing.
  • Returned to the field to start against Seattle (11/1) and caught two passes for 12 yards.
  • Caught five passes (third) for 104 yards (second) with one touchdown against Philadelphia (11/8). Marked his 15th career 100-yard outing, and along with Cole Beasley (112 yards) and Darren McFadden’s 117 rushing yards, it was the first time since 1999 the Cowboys posted two 100-yard receivers and a 100-yard rusher.
  • Caught four passes for 45 yards, including a 16-yard touchdown at Miami (11/22). Reached 400 career catch- es - the sixth player in team history to reach the mark. Did it in 80 games, the fastest of the previous five. Extended his NFL record streak of touchdowns against AFC opponents to 13 games.
  • In the last-second win at Washington (12/7), had three catches for 62 yards, including a 42-yarder that set up a game-tying field goal with 4:25 left. His other two came on the final drive, putting Dallas in field goal range to win.
  • Caught four passes for 50 yards and a touchdown against the N.Y. Jets (12/19) to extend his NFL record of consecutive games with a touchdown against an AFC opponent to 14.
  • Placed on Reserve/Injured leading up to the season finale against Washington (1/3/16) with his nagging foot injury.


  • Led the team in receptions (88 - 12th in the league), receiving yards (1,320 - eighth) and established a club record with a league-best 16 touchdowns.
  • Was named to the PFWA All-NFL and All-NFC teams, the AP All-Pro team and his second straight Pro Bowl.
  • Tied the team lead (four catches) and finished second with 55 yards in the opener against San Francisco (9/7).
  • Injured his shoulder on the first drive, missed one series then returned to catch 10 passes for 103 yards and a touchdown at Tennessee (9/14). Marked his fourth career 10-catch game to give him 307 career catches, moving him to ninth in club history. Also became the 11th Cowboy with 300 catches, and reached that mark in 61 games - the fastest of the previous 10. Logged his 11th career 100-yard game and his 41st career score to tie Billy Joe DuPree for seventh in receiving touchdowns in team history.
  • Led the team with six catches and 89 yards with a season-long 68-yard touchdown catch in the come-back win at St. Louis (9/21). Drew a 33-yard pass interference call to setup Dallas’ go-ahead fourth quarter touchdown.
  • Caught a team-high nine passes for a team-best 85 yards and a touchdown in the overtime win against Houston (10/5). Had a long catch of 34 yards to set Dallas up for the game-winning touchdown.
  • Caught four passes for 63 yards at Seattle (10/12) to move into seventh on the club’s all-time receiving yards chart with 4,543.
  • Led the team with nine catches and 151 yards - third in his career and his 12th career 100-yard game - against the N.Y. Giants (10/19).
  • Caught six passes for 158 yards and two scores - all in the second quarter - at Jacksonville (11/9) in London. It was the most yards in a quarter in team history and the most in a half in his career. Logged his 13th career 100-yard game, the second-most yards in his career and his 10th career multi-score game, tied for third in franchise history.
  • Led the team with seven catches, 86 yards and two touchdowns - the first was a 31-yarder in the third quarter to give Dallas its first lead, and the second was in the fourth for the game-winning score - at the N.Y. Giants (11/23). Notched his 50th career scoring grab - tied for fifth in club history - and did it in 70 games, second in team history behind Bob Hayes (66) and seventh in NFL history. Logged his third straight 10-score season to tie Terrell Owens for the second-longest streak in club history. It was his fourth straight game with a score, second with two, his 11th career multi-touchdown game and second consecutive.
  • Led the team with 73 yards and tied for second with four catches in the Thanksgiving Day game against Phila- delphia (11/27). Topped 5,000 career yards (seventh Cowboy) and did it in 71 games - third fastest.
  • In the Thursday night win at Chicago (12/4), led the team with 82 yards and was second with six catches. Topped 1,000 yards on the year - his third overall and third consecutive 1,000-yard year. His three tied for third and his three straight tied for second in team history. Also passed Bob Hayes for seventh in receptions in club annals.
  • Was named NFC Offensive Player of the Week following six catches (second), 114 yards (tops) and a career-best three touchdowns at Philadelphia (12/14). It was his 14th career 100-yard outing and the first three-touchdown catch performance by a Cowboy since Miles Austin (at San Francisco, 9/18/11). His 13 scores on the season were third in team history and tied a then career-best. His 53 career touchdown catches passed Clarke and Tony Hill for fourth in team history, and his 5,214 career yards moved him to sixth.
  • Was second on the team with five catches and 73 yards along with a touchdown - one-of-four different pass catchers with a score - in the NFC East clinching win over Indianapolis (12/21). Hit 14 touchdowns on the sea- son - then a career-best and tied for second in team history - and 80 catches for the third straight year. Has a team-best three overall and consecutive 80-catch, 1,000-yard and 10-touchdown seasons.
  • In the season finale at Washington (12/28), established the club single-season record for touchdown catches after hauling in two, giving him 16 for the year. Led the team with 99 yards on four catches. It was his 13th career multi-touchdown game and his season yardage total of 1,320 tied for seventh.
  • Made his postseason debut in a Wild Card Playoff Game against Detroit (1/4/15) and caught three passes for 48 yards with a long of 43 to help set up DeMarco Murray’s one-yard touchdown run.
  • Caught three passes for 38 yards in the Divisional Playoff Game at Green Bay (1/11/15).


  • Started all 16 games for the first time in his career and earned his first career trip to the Pro Bowl, finishing with team and career-highs for receptions (93 - tied for sixth in team history) and 13 touchdowns and a team-best 1,233 yards (ninth). His 93 catches were third in the NFC, eighth in the NFL, while his 1,233 yards were seventh and 13th, respectively.
  • Led the team with nine catches, 141 yards and a touchdown at Kansas City (9/15). It was his seventh career 100-yard game (fourth-most yards). Had 100 yards in the first quarter, the second time in his career he had 100 in a quarter, the 13th time in team history a pass catcher did it and the third time it was done in the first frame.
  • Had two touchdowns on six catches for 81 yards at San Diego (9/29) and upped his career catch total to 223. His touchdown grabs gave him a score in three straight games and upped his career touchdown total to 31 to become the 12th Dallas Cowboy with 30 touchdown catches.
  • Against Denver (10/6) caught six passes for 141 yards and two scores - his fourth straight game with a receiv- ing touchdown and his second straight game with multiple receiving touchdowns. Had sole possession of 10th in team history with 33 touchdown catches, breaking a tie with Lance Rentzel. His 141 yards marked his second 100-yard outing of the season, eighth of his career and tied the fourth-most yards in a game in his career.
  • Led the team with eight catches - all for first downs for a team-best 110 yards at Philadelphia (10/20).
  • Led the team at Detroit (10/27) with 72 yards and a pair of touchdowns on a team-high tying three catches. Has 35 career touchdowns to pass Austin (34) for ninth in team history. It was his third multi-touchdown game of the season and ninth of his career (both tied for second in club history).
  • Caught six passes for 64 yards against Minnesota (11/3) to give him 3,576 career receiving yards and move into 10th in team history.
  • Had one catch for 44 yards at New Orleans (11/10) to pass Terrell Owens (3,587) for ninth in team history (3,620).
  • Led the team with nine catches for 86 yards along with his first career pass breakup on New York’s (11/24) last attempt at a game-winning pass.
  • Had two catches for 12 yards with one for a touchdown - his 10th of the season - at Chicago (12/9). His second career 10-touchdown season, 17th by a Cowboy, and he is the fourth player with multiple 10-touchdown years.
  • Had his 10th career 100-yard game (153 yards) on 11 catches (third in his career) with one touchdown against Green Bay (12/15). Upped his season total to 1,061 yards - his second career and consecutive 1,000-yard season, the 24th season a Cowboy reached 1,000 yards and the 30th time a Cowboys player crossed the 1,000-yard mark. He is the ninth Cowboy with multiple 1,000-yard years. Upped his career touchdown total to 38 to tie Owens for eighth and his receptions total (281) tied him with Clarke for 12th.
  • Caught four passes for 73 yards and a touchdown at Washington (12/22) to give him 1,134 yards - 14th in club history and 12 touchdown catches - tied for fifth. Extended his streak of games with a touchdown catch to four - third such streak of his career. Became the eighth Cowboy to pass 4,000 receiving yards with 4,005.
  • Closed out the season against Philadelphia (12/29) second on the team with eight catches for 99 yards and a touchdown - fifth straight game with a scoring grab.


  • Started 14-of-16 games played and led the team with a career-best 1,382 receiving yards, fourth in team histo- ry) and 12 touchdown catches (tied for fifth) while finishing second with a then career-high 92 catches (seventh).
  • Tied for fifth in the NFC, tied for 10th in the NFL in receptions, was fourth in the NFC, sixth in the NFL in receiving yards and third in the league in touchdown catches.
  • Earned the Pro Football Writers Most Improved Player of the Year award for his performance.
  • Had his second career 100-yard game with 105 yards on eight catches against Chicago (10/1).
  • Made a career-high 13 catches for 95 yards with a pair of touchdowns at Baltimore (10/14). His 13 catches tied for third all-time in club history.
  • One-of-three receivers to top 100 yards with 110 on five catches against the N.Y. Giants (10/28). It was the second time in franchise history three receivers topped 100 yards in a game - at San Francisco (11/10/63).
  • Led the team with 12 catches for 145 yards and a touchdown against Cleveland (11/18). His 12 catches were second in his career and seventh in a game in team history.
  • Logged 145 yards with two touchdowns on eight catches, including an 85-yard touchdown catch on Thanks- giving Day, against Washington (11/22). His 85-yarder was the longest reception in his career and tied the ninth-longest reception in club history.
  • Caught six passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns - his fourth straight game with a touchdown - against Philadelphia (12/2). Posted back-to-back games with two touchdowns for just the sixth time in franchise history, becoming the fifth different Cowboy to accomplish the feat.
  • At Cincinnati (12/9) caught four passes for 50 yards and a touchdown. Upped his season receiving total to 1,028 for his first 1,000-yard season as a pro. His touchdown was his fifth straight game with a scoring pass for the longest streak in his career, tying the seventh-longest streak in Cowboys history.
  • Led the team against New Orleans (12/23) with nine catches for a career-best 224 yards and two touchdowns. His 224 yards marked the 10th 200-yard game in team history and were fourth in a game in team record books. His scoring grab tied a club record for consecutive games with a touchdown catch (seven) while also giving him 12 for the season - fifth in a season in club history. It was his fourth multi-touchdown game in a season - the most in team history. It was his fifth 100-yard outing of the season - sixth in team history and the seventh different Cowboy with five-or-more 100-yard games in one season.
  • In the season finale at Washington (12/30), caught four passes for 71 yards to give him 200 career catches (20th in team history). His 1,382 receiving yards were fourth in a season, and along with Witten’s 1,039 yards, 2012 marked the sixth time a pair of Cowboys pass catchers each topped 1,000 yards in a season.


  • Finished second on the team in catches (63), yards (928), average (14.7) and touchdowns (nine).
  • Opened the 2011 season at the N.Y. Jets (9/11) with three catches for 71 yards and a punt return for 12 yards - all in the first quarter - before suffering a thigh injury and being limited throughout the rest of the game.
  • Returned to the starting lineup for the home-opening win over Washington (9/26) and had a team-best 63 yards on four catches.
  • Had a season-best five catches for a season-high 90 yards with a touchdown against St. Louis (10/23).
  • Led the team with eight catches for a team-best 86 yards with his seventh touchdown catch of the season at Arizona (12/4).
  • Caught one pass - a 50-yard touchdown reception - and a punt return for 10 yards against the N.Y. Giants (12/11).


  • Despite playing in only 12 games due to a fractured ankle, finished third on the team in receiving yards (561) and touchdown catches (six) and fourth in receptions (45).
  • His 45 catches were second among rookies in club history, his touchdown catches were third and his receiving yards were fifth.
  • Among league rookies in 2010, his touchdown receptions were third while his receiving yards were fourth.
  • Returning two punts for touchdowns and finished his shortened season with a 14.3 average on 15 punt returns.
  • Is the fifth club rookie with a punt return for a touchdown on his résumé, just the second with two and the fifth overall to take back more than one in a season.
  • Also saw time as a kickoff returner, boasting a 24.4-yard average on 12 kickoff returns.
  • Made his NFL debut in the season opener at Washington (9/12) and finished second on the team with eight catches for 56 yards to tie a club rookie single-game receptions record (Bob Hayes, against Philadelphia, 10/10/65, and Witten, against Miami, 11/27/03). Also had one punt return for 11 yards.
  • In the home opener against Chicago (9/19), scored his first career professional touchdown on a 62-yard punt return - the first Dallas rookie with a punt return for a touchdown since Reggie Swinton took one 65 yards for a score against Denver (11/22/01). Also had two catches for 52 yards.
  • Made his first career start in a three-receiver set against Tennessee (10/10) and finished with three catches for 22 yards and three punt returns for one yard.
  • Had one catch for a 31-yard touchdown - his first career receiving touchdown - at Minnesota (10/17).
  • Against the N.Y. Giants (10/25) had a 93-yard punt return for a touchdown which was the second-longest punt return in Cowboys history and the second-longest by a rookie - Dennis Morgan, 98 yards, at St. Louis (10/13/74). It also was his second punt return for a touchdown on the season to make him the seventh Cowboy and the first league rookie to accomplish the feat since Devin Hester had three in 2006.
  • Also against the Giants, hauled in two touchdown passes to mark his first career multiple-receiving touchdown game. With three overall touchdowns on the day, became the first Cowboys rookie with three touchdowns in a game since Emmitt Smith had four against Phoenix (12/16/90).
  • On the day, had four catches for 54 yards, two touchdowns, one punt return for a 93-yard touchdown and two kickoff returns - the first of his career - for 25 yards.
  • Led the team with a team rookie record nine catches for 86 yards with a touchdown and two punt returns for four yards at Green Bay (11/7).
  • Led the team with his first 100-yard effort at the N.Y. Giants (11/14) with 104 yards and a touchdown along with four kickoff returns for 86 yards. His 104 yards marked the first 100-yard outing by a Dallas rookie since Antonio Bryant rattled off 170 yards at Washington (12/29/02).
  • Against Detroit (11/21) caught three passes for eight yards and a touchdown. Upped his receptions total to 44 to tie Antonio Bryant (2002) for second among Cowboys rookies. His sixth receiving touchdown also tied Bryant for the second-most by a team rookie.
  • In the overtime win at Indianapolis (12/5), had one catch for 14 yards and three kickoff returns for 107 yards with a career-long 43-yard return before leaving the game early in the fourth quarter with a fractured right ankle. Was placed on Reserve/Injured Dec. 8 after undergoing surgery on his right ankle on Dec. 6.


  • As a junior, was a preseason consensus All-America, All-Big 12 Conference first-team selection, member of the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award, Maxwell Award and Biletnikoff Award Watch Lists in his final collegiate season in 2009.
  • Served an NCAA mandated suspension that limited him to the three games, but finished third on the team with 17 catches for 323 yards (19.0 avg.) and four touchdowns.
  • Added 111 yards, including an 82-yard touchdown, on three punt returns and returned two kickoffs for 43 yards, finishing his shortened season with 477 all-purpose yards (159.0 yards-per-game).
  • Was also a first-team All-Big 12 choice and finalist for the Biletnikoff Award, given to the nation’s top receiver, after starting all 13 games and leading the conference in receiving yards-per-game (113.9), scoring (9.7 – tied for second in the nation), touchdown receptions (19), punt return average (18.0).
  • Finished with a 17.0 yard-per-catch average (second in school history) on 87 catches (second) with 1,480 yards (fifth in a season in conference history) and a school-record 19 touchdowns.
  • For the season, totaled 128 points to rank second in school history behind Barry Sanders’ NCAA record of 234 points set in 1988.
  • Had a Holiday Bowl record with 13 catches for 167 yards before missing most of the second half with a left knee ligament tear that required surgery.
  • Named a Freshman All-America second-team, starting all 12 games in his first collegiate season for OSU.
  • Had with 43 receptions for 622 yards (14.5) and six touchdowns, while gaining 16 rushing yards on two runs and 15 yards on two punt returns.


  • Finished his prep career at Lufkin High School as a Parade All-American and all-state selection, catching 53 passes for 1,207 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior.
  • Was rated as the 29th-best overall high school football player by, helping guide Lufkin to the state championship.
  • Earned an invitation to play in the Offense-Defense All-American Game.


  • 2010 Dallas Cowboys Rookie Club.
  • 2012 Dallas Cowboys/Miller Fan Fest in San Antonio, Texas.
  • 2012 Reliant Home Run Derby benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters.
  • 2012 NFL United Way Hometown Huddle.
  • 2012-17 Dallas Cowboys U High School Camp.
  • 2012, 2014-15 Dirk Nowitzki Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game.
  • 2013 Dallas Mayor Rawlings’ Domestic Violence Rally.
  • 2013 Dallas Cowboys Draft Day/Fan Appreciation Party.
  • 2013-14, 2017 Reliant Home Run Derby benefiting the Salvation Army.
  • 2013-14 Dallas Home for the Holidays Program/Press Conference.
  • 2014 Draft Day/Fan Appreciation Party.
  • 2014 NFL Play 60 clinic, London, England.
  • 2014 Fan Appreciation Pep Rally, London, England.
  • Hosted 2016 National Spelling Bee winner at practice.
  • 2016 NFL Football is Family/The Salvation Army PSA.
  • Annual Team Holiday Hospital Visits.
  • Kickoff Luncheon and Dallas Cowboys Family Cookbook benefiting Happy Hill Farm.
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Texas.
  • Salvation Army Angel Tree Christmas Program.


Career Stats


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receiving splits - split by OPPONENT

Arizona Cardinals12126151-100
Atlanta Falcons14399.8152-000
Denver Broncos17598.4154-100
Green Bay Packers155210.4154-100
Kansas City Chiefs167312.2214-010
Los Angeles Chargers133712.3182-000
Los Angeles Rams159819.6365-010
New York Giants2511623.2504-121
Oakland Raiders125929.5401-011
Philadelphia Eagles211877.9175-000
San Francisco 49ers17639275-110
Seattle Seahawks134314.3331-010
Washington Redskins2910011.1246-110

receiving splits - split by DIVISION CONFERENCE

Outside Own Division104453512.24029-451
vs AFC Teams41822812.74011-121
vs NFC Teams1251610125033-561
vs Own Division62530312.15015-231

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receiving splits - split by STADIUM

AT&T Stadium83747012.73623-250
Levi's® Stadium17639275-110
Lincoln Financial Field13248122-000
Mercedes-Benz Stadium14399.8152-000
MetLife Stadium137324.3503-111
Oakland Coliseum125929.5401-011
Sports Authority Field at Mile High17598.4154-100
University of Phoenix Stadium12126151-100

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Other Days (not Monday or Sunday)289812.3245-110

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Atlanta Falcons1------
Denver Broncos1------
Green Bay Packers1------
Kansas City Chiefs1------
Los Angeles Chargers1------
Los Angeles Rams1------
New York Giants2------
Oakland Raiders11-4-4-400
Philadelphia Eagles2------
San Francisco 49ers1------
Seattle Seahawks1------
Washington Redskins2------

rushing splits - split by DIVISION CONFERENCE

Outside Own Division101-4-4-400
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vs NFC Teams12------
vs Own Division6------

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AT&T Stadium8------
Levi's® Stadium1------
Lincoln Financial Field1------
Mercedes-Benz Stadium1------
MetLife Stadium1------
Oakland Coliseum11-4-4-400
Sports Authority Field at Mile High1------
University of Phoenix Stadium1------

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Other Days (not Monday or Sunday)2------

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Atlanta Falcons1------
Denver Broncos1-----0
Green Bay Packers1-----0
Kansas City Chiefs1------
Los Angeles Chargers1------
Los Angeles Rams1------
New York Giants2-----0
Oakland Raiders1------
Philadelphia Eagles2------
San Francisco 49ers1-----0
Seattle Seahawks111----
Washington Redskins2-----0

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vs Own Division6-----0

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Levi's® Stadium1-----0
Lincoln Financial Field1------
Mercedes-Benz Stadium1------
MetLife Stadium1-----0
Oakland Coliseum1------
Sports Authority Field at Mile High1-----0
University of Phoenix Stadium1-----0

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Other Days (not Monday or Sunday)2-----0

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Atlanta Falcons10----------
Denver Broncos10---0------
Green Bay Packers10---0------
Kansas City Chiefs10----------
Los Angeles Chargers10----------
Los Angeles Rams10----------
New York Giants20---0------
Oakland Raiders11100-0-----
Philadelphia Eagles21100-0-----
San Francisco 49ers10---0------
Seattle Seahawks10----------
Washington Redskins20---0------

defensive splits - split by DIVISION CONFERENCE

Outside Own Division10110000-----
vs AFC Teams4110000-----
vs NFC Teams12110000-----
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defensive splits - split by STADIUM

AT&T Stadium8110000-----
Levi's® Stadium10---0------
Lincoln Financial Field10----------
Mercedes-Benz Stadium10----------
MetLife Stadium10---0------
Oakland Coliseum11100-0-----
Sports Authority Field at Mile High10---0------
University of Phoenix Stadium10---0------

defensive splits - split by WIN/LOSSES


defensive splits - split by WEEKDAY

Other Days (not Monday or Sunday)20---0------
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