Damien Harris rushing up the NFL ranks

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Thirteen weeks of NFL action are in the books and statistical trends have taken hold across the league. As such, WEEI.com checks in each week to see how the Patriots (9-4) are doing statistically in a variety of areas, both on a team level and as individuals.

Pats stats analysis: Damien Harris only ran 10 times in Buffalo before leaving with a hamstring injury, but he did enough to move up the NFL’s rushing ranks. Thanks to his 100-yard effort and 64-yard TD, Harris is now 11th in the NFL in rushing yards, 14th in yards-per-carry and 5th in rushing scores. … As a team the Patriots remain one of the NFL’s top squads in terms of points, leading the NFL in points allowed, ranking No. 2 in point differential and 8th in points scored. … Nick Folk is in having a career year. The veteran kicker nailed two more field goals in the wind in Buffalo, extending his NFL lead in field goal attempts, field goals made and points. … Matt Judon is pretty much good for a sack every time he takes the field at this point. Judon had one sack of Josh Allen in Buffalo, the sixth straight game in which he’s recorded a sack. The free agent addition is now No. 3 in the NFL with 12.5 sacks on the year.

Scoring
Points Scored (NFL rank) 26.9 (8th)
Points Allowed 15.4 (1st)
Point Differential plus-150 (2nd)

Offense
Total Offense 346.5 (18th)
Rush Offense 123.5 (11th)
Pass Offense 223.0 (19th)
Third Down 43.3% (7th)
Red Zone 54.3% (26th)

Defense
Total Defense 310.0 (3rd)
Rush Defense 114.5 (19th)
Pass Defense 195.5 (3rd)
Third Down 35.8% (6th)
Red Zone 45.7% (2nd)

Turnover Differential plus-10 (3rd)
Takeaways 26 (t-2nd)
Interceptions 19 (t-1st)

Mac Jones
Attempts 384 (16th)
Completions 270 (10th)
Passing Yards 2,869 (13th)
Completion Percentage 70.3 (3rd)
Touchdowns 16 (t-14th)
Interceptions 8 (t-14th)
Rating 97.0 (12th)

Damien Harris
Rushing attempts 164 (10th)
Rushing Yards 754 (11th)
Avg. 4.6 (14th)
Rush TD 9 (5th)
First downs 40 (t-40th)
Points, non-kicker 54 (t-11th)

Jakobi Meyers
Receptions 59 (21st)
Rec. Yards 620 (38th)
Avg. 10.5 (83rd)
TD 1 (t-100th)

Nelson Agholor
Receptions 32 (t-93rd)
Rec. Yards 416 (72nd)
Avg. 13.0 (t-44th)
TD 3 (t-54th)

Kendrick Bourne
Receptions 42 (t-60th)
Rec. Yards 623 (36th)
Avg. 14.8 (16th)
TD 5 (t-20th)

Hunter Henry
Receptions 35 (t-76th)
Rec. Yards 394 (t-84th)
Avg. 11.3 (67th)
TD 7 (t-8th)
Points, non-kicker 42 (t-22nd)

Jake Bailey
Net Punting Avg. 40.5 (20th)
Gross Punting Avg. 47.5 (10th)
Kickoff Touchbacks 31 (t-18th)

Interceptions
J.C. Jackson 7 (2nd)
Adrian Phillips 4 (t-7th)
Kyle Dugger 3 (t-15th)
Devin McCourty  2 (t-27th)
Jamie Collins 1 (t-75th)
Jonathan Jones 1 (t-75th)
Kyle Van Noy 1 (t-75th)

Sacks
Matt Judon 12.5 (3rd)
Kyle Van Noy 4 (t-56th)

Gunner Olszewski
Punt return Avg. 12.5 (2nd)

Nick Folk
Points, kicker 128 (1st)
Field goals made 33 (1st)
Field goals attempted 36 (1st)

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