Arizona: The Cardinals are one of the highest blitzing teams, but have registered just 13 sacks, tied for 23rd in the league. They are tied for lead in interceptions (13).
Atlanta: The Falcons have had six turnovers and 17 penalties in their last two games. Atlanta had seven total turnovers in its first six games.
Carolina: The Panthers have rushed for more than 100 yards in 18 consecutive games. Tight end Greg Olsen has four touchdowns in his last five games.
Chicago: Rookie Jeremy Langford, a fourth-round draft pick, is set to start in place of running back Matt Forte, who suffered a knee injury last week.
Dallas: Dez Bryant had two catches for seven yards in his return from injury last week against the Seahawks. He had three scores the last time he played the Eagles.
Detroit: The Lions fired general manager Martin Mayhew and president Tom Lewand after the team’s 1-7 start. Matthew Stafford has a passer rating of 84.1.
Green Bay: Packers are second in the NFC with 23 sacks. Defensive end Julius Peppers is the only player in NFL history with 100 sacks and 10 or more interceptions.
Minnesota: The Vikings have scored touchdowns in 33.3% of their red zone appearances this season, 30th in the NFL. Teddy Bridgewater has six passing touchdowns.
New Orleans: Mark Ingram is third among running backs with 804 scrimmage yards. Tight end Benjamin Watson has two touchdowns in the last two games.
N.Y. Giants: Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul could make his regular- season debut against the Buccaneers after losing a finger in a fireworks accident this summer.
Philadelphia: The Eagles lead the NFL with 19 take-aways. Sam Bradford has completed 62% of his passes for nine touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
San Francisco: Blaine Gabbert will start at quarterback for Colin Kaepernick. Gabbert is 5-22 as a starter with his last win coming Sept. 23, 2012.
Seattle: Seahawks receiver Ricardo Lockette was released from the hospital Thursday. He suffered a season-ending neck injury Sunday.
St. Louis: Todd Gurley is the first rookie running back to rush for more than 125 yards in four consecutive games. He has three scores in five games.
Tampa Bay: The Buccaneers average the fourth-most rushing yards per game (131.3). Doug Martin has seven carries of 20-plus yards and four touchdowns.
Washington: The Redskins are 0-4 when Kirk Cousins has a pass intercepted and 3-0 when he goes without a pick. Cousins has had eight passes intercepted.
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