10 crazy stats from Week 16

Hey look, another week with Odell Beckham Jr. doing things that just aren’t fair at all.

More on his latest insanity in a minute. We begin with the odor coming from Joe Flacco.

1.5: Joe Flacco’s yards per attempt at halftime of a disastrous game against the Houston Texans, a loss that saw the Ravens lose control of their playoff fate. Flacco was horrible, finishing the first half with only three completions for 27 yards.

33: The Ravens’ total rushing yards in that game. Prior to Week 16 they were averaging 132.6 rushing yards per game.

138-6: The Cowboys’ offensive yardage lead over the Colts after just one quarter. Seriously, one quarter.

2: Tony Romo’s incompletions this week. Yes, he’s an MVP candidate.

3: Odell Beckham Jr.’s consecutive games with 130-plus yards, the latest the 148 yards he posted on the St. Louis Rams. Over that three-game stretch he’s incredibly totaled 421 receiving yards with six touchdowns. He also became the first player in NFL history to have over 75 receptions in his first 11 games. Reminder: Beckham missed four games to start the season.

4: The consecutive games in which Teddy Bridgewater has completed at least 70.0 percent of his pass attempts, the latest his 73.1 during a loss to the Dolphins.

466: The amount of Kansas City Chiefs pass attempts without a touchdown thrown to a wide receiver. That takes real effort.

8.9: The Seahawks’ average yards gained per play during a crucial division win over the Cardinals. They posted a franchise high 596 yards, which included three 40-plus yard plays.

11.3: Marshawn Lynch’s average yards per carry in that game, an absurd pace boosted by his 79-yard touchdown run when he tossed several humans just for fun.

191: Luke Willson’s receiving yards this year before Week 16. His yards during Week 16? 139.

About Sean Tomlinson

Hello there! This is starting out poorly because I already used an exclamation point. What would you like to know about me? I once worked at a mushroom farm, which is sort of different I guess (don't eat mushrooms). I'm pretty wild too, and at a New Year's Eve party years ago I double-dipped a chip. Oh, and I write about football here and in a few other places around the Internet, something I did previously as the NFL features writer and editor at The Score. Let's be friends.