What to know about every AFC team heading into Week 13

What to know about every AFC team heading into Week 13
Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers exchanges handshakes with teammates after leading the offense on a scoring drive against the Arizona Cardinals at StubHub Center. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)

Baltimore: The Ravens have rushed for 509 yards over the last two games, with 233 of those yards coming from undrafted rookie running back Gus Edwards.


Buffalo: Josh Allen set a franchise record for quarterbacks when he rushed for 99 yards last week. He also got his fourth rushing TD in the win over Jacksonville.

CHARGERS: Philip Rivers was 19 of 19 in the first half last week. The last QB to be perfect in the opening 30 minutes, with a 15-pass minimum, was Warren Moon (16) in 1998.

Cincinnati: New starting QB Jeff Driskel has made four game appearances, all in 2018. He’s completed 23 of 36 passes for 239 yards with one touchdown and no picks.

Cleveland: In the three games since coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley were fired, Baker Mayfield has thrown nine TDs with just one pick.

Denver: Phillip Lindsay needs 33 yards from scrimmage to become the first Broncos rookie to reach 1,000 since Knowshon Moreno compiled 1,160 yards in 2009.

Houston: Deshaun Watson can set a franchise record by throwing a TD pass in his 17th straight game. He tied Matt Schaub at 16 last week against Tennessee.

Indianapolis: Andrew Luck has thrown TD passes to 12 receivers this year. The record is 13, set by Matt Ryan in 2016 and tied by Drew Brees this season.

Jacksonville: The Jaguars turn to QB Cody Kessler. He went 0-8 for Cleveland in 2016, completing 65.6% of his passes for 1,380 yards with six TDs and two picks.

Kansas City: Travis Kelce has more yards receiving (914) than any tight end. He faces the Raiders, who have allowed 428 yards to tight ends the last five weeks.

Miami: Ryan Tannehill has a passer rating of 97.2, which ranks as 15th best in the league. His career high for a season is 93.5, which he set in 2017.

New England: The Patriots had 215 yards rushing last week vs. the Jets, their most since 2014. Sony Michel (133 yards) and James White (73) ran for career highs.

N.Y. Jets: Jason Myers’ five field goals of 55 yards or longer are the most by any kicker in a single season. He had three from that distance before this year.

Oakland: Derek Carr was sacked by one player (Baltimore’s Matthew Judon) on three straight plays. The same thing happened to Carr’s brother, David, in 2002.

Pittsburgh: Ben Roethlisberger has thrown for 450-plus yards in six games, including last week vs. Denver. No other QB has done it more than four times.


Tennessee: Marcus Mariota’s completion percentage of 95.7 on Mon- day would have been an NFL record if Philip Rivers hadn’t completed 96.6% a day earlier.