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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

With five defensive regulars out, the Packers used 12 players on defense who were either rookies or second-year players, yet they still held the Lions to just 50 yards rushing. Here's the full snap-count list on defense from Sunday's 34-27 win.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Davante Adams' playing time was cut significantly against the Lions. He played only 46 percent of the snaps after seeing the field for 84 percent in the first two weeks combined. Yet his production (two catches for 23 yards, one TD) was about the same. Trevor Davis (12 snaps), Aaron Ripkowski (11 before his back injury) and the tight ends saw their snap counts spike. However, Jared Abbrederis didn't play a single snap on offense. Here's the full-snap count list on offense from Sunday's 34-27 win.

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31-point loss is largest loss for Steelers since Week 2 in 1989, 41-10 loss to Bengals. QB's in that game were Bubby Brister/Boomer Esiason

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Terrelle Pryor is the first player in NFL history to produce 140 receiving yards, 30 passing yards and 20 rushing yards in one game.

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Sebastian Janikowski (OAK): 53rd 50-yard field goal of career, breaking a tie with Jason Hanson for the most in NFL history #beef

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Odell Beckham Jr. reaches 200 receptions in 30th career game (fewest games in NFL history).

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants riding their front four hard. Not sure this is sustainable. JPP played 100% defensive snaps, Olivier Vernon 90%, Johnathan Hankins 87%, Damon Harrison 61%.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants running back snaps: Shane Vereen 36, Orleans Darkwa 21, Bobby Rainey 8. Vereen's usage spiked slightly with Rashad Jennings sidelined. So did his touches (16). Would've probably been more if not for fumble.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Where Marcus Mariota passes came down on Sunday vs. the Raiders. Still nothing deep and no connections on the boundaries.

Marty Smith ESPN 

I love it when a star isn't "too cool" to still be a fan! Dabo Swinney told me a hilarious story about meeting Pitt/Dallas Cowboys legend Tony Dorsett: He was at the ACC awards dinner and sees Dorsett. Freaks. "That's TONY DORSETT. I ain't leavin' here til I meet him! "Here I'm about to accept ACC Coach of the Year and I'm all super fan over here." Suddenly, here comes Dorsett, says... "I HAVE to get a picture with you. My agent will die!" Dorsett's agent? A Clemson grad. And then this showed up in the mail.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The last time Panthers wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin went without a catch before Sunday's loss to Minnesota was his 2012 season at Florida State when he didn't have a target or a catch against South Florida in Week 5. His worst game statistically in the NFL prior to having no catches on one target on Sunday was the final week of his 2014 rookie season. He had one catch on five targets for nine yards against Atlanta.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans playing time vs. Raiders. Noteworthy: Daimion Stafford played the same amount as Da'Norris Searcy.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

If New Orleans beats Atlanta tonight there would be a four-way tie in the NFC South at 1-2. The Panthers and Bucs already are 1-2. Feel like 2014?