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NEW YORK JETS 23 at SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS 17

Levi’s Stadium – December 11, 2016, 4:25 p.m.

Captains:

#81 Quincy Enunwa, #92 Leonard Williams

On the Road

· The Jets rallied back from a 17-3 deficit to defeat the 49ers, 23-17, in overtime. RB Bilal Powell scored on a 19-yard touchdown with 8:35 remaining in extra time. It marked the Jets first win in overtime since 2015 (12/27 vs. NE).

· In road contests since Week 8, the Jets defense has allowed the sixth-fewest passing yards per game average (209.0), including two games in which the defense surrendered 175-or-fewer passing yards.

· The Jets overcame a 14-point deficit for the first time since the 2011 season-opener against Dallas.

Bilal the Bell Cow:

  • In the place of the injured Matt Forté, RB Bilal Powell totaled a career-high 179 scrimmage yards, including 145 rushing yards and two rushing touchdown on 29 carries. It marked his fourth career game of 100-or-more scrimmage yards and his first since 2015 (12/6 at NYG). His total scrimmage yards are the most by a Jets running back on the road since Curtis Martin tallied 175 in 2004 (1/2 vs. SL).
  • Powell is just the second Jets running back since 1975 to record 145-or-more rushing yards and two-or-more rushing touchdowns in a road game since John Riggins accomplished the feat against New England (12/7), according to radar360.
  • Powell eclipsed the 100-yard rushing mark for the second time in his career and for the first time since 2013 (9/22 vs. BUF).

0 to 12,000:

  • Marshall finished the game with 33 receiving yards on three receptions, bringing his career receiving total to 12,017 to become the 25th wide receiver in the NFL history to amass 12,000-or-more. In addition, Marshall became just the eighth wide receiver in NFL history to accomplish the feat in 165 or fewer games.

Fewest Games Needed to Reach 12,000 Career Receiving Yards, NFL History

Rank

Player

Games

1.

Jerry Rice

142

2t.

Torry Holt

146

2t.

Andre Johnson

146

4.

Marvin Harrison

151

5.

Randy Moss

152

6.

Terrell Owens

161

7.

Isaac Bruce

162

8.

Brandon Marshall

165

Model of Consistency:

  • Wide receiver Brandon Marshall recorded a four-yard reception in the first quarter, extending his streak of consecutive games with a catch to 157. Marshall trails only Larry Fitzgerald for the longest active streak in the NFL.

Consecutive Games with a Reception, Active Leaders

Player

Team

Games

Larry Fitzgerald

ARZ

193

Brandon Marshall

NYJ

157

Steve Smith

BLT

139

Pierre Garcon

WAS

117

Anderson is Ahead:

  • Rookie WR Robby Anderson finished Sunday’s game with six receptions for a single-game career high 99 yards, bringing his season totals to 34 receptions for 464 receiving yards and one touchdown. Anderson ranks tied for sixth in receiving yards and seventh in receptions among rookies.

Receiving Yards Among Rookies, 2016

Rank

Player

Receiving Yards

1.

Michael Thomas

831

2.

Tyreek Hill

547

3.

Will Fuller

530

4.

Tyler Boyd

526

5.

Sterling Shepard

497

6t.

Robby Anderson

464

6t.

Tajae Sharpe

464

  • In the third quarter, QB Bryce Petty connected with Anderson for a game-long 40-yard reception. It marked Anderson’s third reception of 40-or-more yards this season and his seventh catch of 20-or-more yards, tied for third among all rookies.
  • Anderson’s 99 receiving yards are the most by a Jets rookie in a single game since Dustin Keller recorded 107 in 2008.

Leonard Leads:

· With his half-sack in the second quarter, Leonard Williams increased his season total to 7.0. Since 1982, Williams has recorded the third-most sacks by a player in his second season in franchise history, according to radar360.

Most Sacks in a Single Season by a Jets’ Second-Year Player, Since 1982

Rank

Player

Sacks

1.

John Abraham

13.0

2.

Sheldon Richardson

8.0

3.

Leonard Williams

7.0

4t.

Shaun Ellis

5.0

4t.

Kerry Rhodes

5.0

4t.

Muhammad Wilkerson

5.0

First of the Year:

  • LB Jordan Jenkins and CB Marcus Williams each contributed a sack on Sunday. Jenkins paired with DL Leonard Williams to record the first half-sack of his career. Williams brought Kaepernick down for a loss of nine yards in the second quarter, marking his first sack of the season.

Folk Ties It Up:

  • K Nick Folk connected on three-of-three field goal attempts, including a game-tying 50-yard field goal with 0:38 remaining in the fourth quarter. It marked Folk’s fourth game-tying field goal with two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter since 2007, tied for second in the NFL, according to radar360.

Sunday Debuts:

  • LB Freddie Bishop, S Doug Middleton and RB Brandon Wilds each made their NFL debuts.

**Stats above courtesy NY Jets


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