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10 Facts from Week 5 of the 2021 NFL Season

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Kyle Pitts had a career day on Sunday.

New York Jets v Atlanta Falcons Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images

Reminder, this does NOT include Monday Night Football (in case you read this afterwards).

1 Russell Wilson’s starts streak (currently at 149, second among active QBs to only Matt Ryan) might be in jeopardy over a finger injury.

2 If you remove the Buffalo game, which is a buzzsaw of a defense, Davis Mills has thrown for increased yardage in each start—culminating in a career high 312 yards against New England this weekend.

Cleveland Browns v Los Angeles Chargers Photo by Harry How/Getty Images

3 According to Elias, the Browns are the first team in NFL history to lose a regular season or playoff game when scoring 40-plus points with 500 yards and no turnovers.

4 Zach Wilson has a turnover in every game this season.

5 Kyle Pitts had his first NFL touchdown and 100-yard game this weekend.

6 The Raiders have failed to score on their opening drive in 11 straight games.

7 Philadelphia, Tampa Bay, and Minnesota are all net -10 or worse in penalty flags for vs. against this season.

8 New Orleans and Baltimore have not been the beneficiary of a defense pass interference call yet this year.

New Orleans Saints v Washington Football Team Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images

9 Jameis Winston has two games this season with 4+ TDs.

10 This weekend was only the second time this season when Sam Darnold did NOT rush for a touchdown.

What stuck out to YOU this week?