Shep's Top-10 Stats of the Week (Nov. 1-8)

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150 -- On Monday, Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin earned his 150th career regular-season win in a 29-27 nail-biter over the Chicago Bears. The only active NFL head coaches with more regular-season career wins than Tomlin are Bill Belichick and Andy Reid. Both are in their 60s, Tomlin is still in his 40s.

21 -- The Bears scored 21 points in the fourth quarter of their Monday night loss to Pittsburgh. In six of their first eight games this season, Chicago fell short of scoring 21 points for an entire game.

50/10 -- Golden State Warriors star guard Steph Curry recorded 50 points and 10 assists in Monday's win over the Atlanta Hawks. At 33 years old, he became the oldest player in league history to accomplish that single-game feat, overtaking NBA legend Wilt Chamberlain.

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7 -- Los Angeles Lakers veteran forward Carmelo Anthony went 7 for 10 from beyond the arc in Monday night's win over the Charlotte Hornets. That's the most threes he's made in a game in the last four years. Wasn't he supposed to be slowing down?

THIRD -- The Washington Wizards (7-3) currently have the third-best record in the NBA, and they're ahead of the Brooklyn Nets, Milwaukee Bucks, Lakers, and Phoenix Suns. All are legit title contenders. Who saw this coming from a team that won just two of 10 games to start last season?

25 -- The Cleveland Browns manhandled the Cincinnati Bengals, 41-16, on Sunday afternoon at Paul Brown Stadium. This 25-point win happens to be the largest margin of victory for Baker Mayfield in his four-year NFL career.

6 -- The Buffalo Bills scored a ghastly six points in a stunning road loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday at TIAA Bank Field. Their offense averaged 33 points in their first seven games of the season.

2 -- The Jaguars have won two of their last three games. Prior to this stretch, they had lost 20 consecutive games, dating back to Week 2 of last season.

5 -- Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford was sacked five times in a primetime loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. In the Rams' previous seven games, Stafford had been sacked a total of seven times.

10 -- Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson rushed for 120 yards in their home win against the Minnesota Vikings. It was his 10th career game with 100-plus yards on the ground, and he's now tied with Michael Vick for the regular-season record among quarterbacks. Vick played 13 NFL seasons, Jackson is currently in his fourth.

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