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NFC notes: Eli Manning, Greg Olsen climbing the all-time charts

NFC notes: Eli Manning, Greg Olsen climbing the all-time charts
Quarterback Eli Manning (10) signals his teammates during the NFL International series game between the Giants and Rams in London on Sunday. (Dan Istitene / Getty Images)

Arizona: David Johnson has 863 yards rushing and 510 yards receiving, second to the Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott for the NFL lead in yards from scrimmage. 

Atlanta: Matt Ryan is on pace for highest passer rating of his career (115.1), and trails only New England’s Tom Brady (123.3). Linebacker Vic Beasley has 9 1/2 sacks.

Carolina: Greg Olsen needs six catches to become sixth tight end with 600 for career. Mario Addison has had two multi-sack games in his last three contests.

Chicago: Bears quarterback Matt Barkley is set to make his first career start this week against the Titans because of Jay Cutler’s shoulder injury.

Dallas: After a win over the Redskins on Thursday, Dallas has 10 wins by Thanksgiving for just the second time since 1995, the last Super Bowl championship season.

Detroit: The Lions’ 16-13 win on Thanksgiving completed their season sweep of Minnesota, a game decided by a last-second 40-yard field goal by Matt Prater

Green Bay: Linebacker Jake Ryan, the Packers’ leading tackler, is likely to start against the Eagles after sitting out last week’s loss to the Redskins.

Minnesota: The Vikings have lost five of their last six, but none of their final four opponents (Jacksonville, Indianapolis, Green Bay and Chicago) have a winning record.

New Orleans: Drew Brees leads the NFL in yards passing (3,277). Brandin Cooks has 981 yards receiving and 11 touchdowns in his last 10 home games.

N.Y. GiantsQuarterback Eli Manning (46,895) needs 109 yards passing to pass Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton (47,003) for eighth on career list.

Philadelphia: Eagles are 33-26 on "Monday Night Football" but have lost two in a row when playing host to the Packers, including a wild-card playoff loss in 2011.

Rams: Tavon Austin leads the NFC with 252 punt return yards. Dominique Easley had his first-career multi- sack game with two last week vs. Dolphins.

San Francisco: The 49ers are trying to avoid their 10th consecutive defeat, which would be the longest losing streak in franchise history. They beat the Rams in opener.

Seattle: The Seahawks are on a three-game winning streak, with Russell Wilson throwing for 902 yards, six touchdowns and zero interceptions.

Tampa Bay: Mike Evans is second in the NFL with eight touchdown recep- tions. The Buccaneers have won three of their last four against the Seahawks.

Washington: Kirk Cousins had 449 yards passing, with three touchdowns in the fourth quarter, during the Redskins' 31-26 loss to the Cowboys on Thanksgiving.

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