2) Josh Allen beat Ravens by 17 points over Peyton Manning
Allen led the biggest comeback of his career, pulling the Bills back from a 17-point first-half deficit against Baltimore. It was the Bills’ first comeback win over the margin since Weeks 2 and 3 of 2011, when Ryan Fitzpatrick was the Bills’ starting quarterback.
Allen had his 22nd career game with at least one pass and rushing touchdown, the second most in the first five seasons of the Super Bowl era (Cam Newton had 31 in 2011-15). The 2018 first-round pick currently has 147 career offensive touchdowns, tied with Peyton Manning for the fourth-most in the first five seasons in NFL history. Only 25 touchdowns in the last 13 games to break Hall of Famer Dan Marino’s NFL record of 171. If he does, he’ll overtake Cam Newton (160 times) and Patrick Mahomes (159 times) on that list.
3) Ravens make history wrong after losing lead
The Ravens found another way to lose a big lead in Week 4, recording their second loss of the season after having at least a 17-point lead in the game. It was the Ravens’ second straight home loss after leading by more than 17 points in the game (Baltimore was leading Miami by 21 points in Week 2). They tied seven other teams for the most home losses in a season in NFL history. The 2003 Falcons and 2020 Chargers (three games like that) are the only teams in NFL history where he has broken a lead of 17 points or more in an entire season.
Lamar Jackson threw an interception on the fourth and goal from the 2-yard line with 4:09 left to tie the score at 20. Baltimore never saw the ball again. The Ravens have been tied or leading since play-by-play data was tracked in 1991, an opponent turned over the ball with the ball within his 5-yard line, and lost a game without ever holding the ball again. was the first team.
4) Lions game providing historical scores
The best fantasy football advice for four weeks might go something like this: Let’s start players who have ever attended a Lions game. The Lions lead his NFL in scoring offense (35.0 PPG) and last in scoring defense (35.3 PPG allowed) in 2022. The only team to do that for an entire season was the 2000 Rams, led by Hall of Famer Kurt Warner. The Rams were wild on his card that season with losses in his rounds, between his 1999 Super Bowl appearance (Titans vs. SB XXXIV win) and his 2001 (Patriots vs. SB XXXVI loss).
The Lions scored 140 points in 2022 and allowed 141. This 281 point total is the most he has allowed and points total over four games in NFL history. The 2022 Lions lost two games in which he scored 35 points, the most in a single season in NFL history.