The Numbers Behind The Numbers: NFL Week 6

Dwayne Harris 222 return yards vs RedskinsIn the New York Giants 27-21 loss to the Chicago Bears, Eli Manning tossed another 3 INT's, bringing his total for the season to a league-leading 15. As a team, New York leads the NFL with 23 total turnovers.

Amid their dramatic 30-27 defeat, courtesy of the New England Patriots, the New Orleans Saints sacked Tom Brady 5 times, as compared to the Pats 1 sack of Drew Brees.

The Oakland Raiders committed 11 penalties, while the Kansas City Chiefs sacked Terrelle Pryor a whopping 10 times, during KC's 24-7 win.

The Houston Texans outgained the St. Louis Rams 420 yards to 216 yards, despite getting blown out 38-13. In the game, Houston turned over the ball 4 times.

On Sunday night, the Washington Redskins outgained the Dallas Cowboys 433 yards to 213 yards (Redskins outrushed Cowboys 216-48), yet lost the game 31-16, due in large measure to Dallas' Dwayne Harris totaling 222 combined kick and punt returns yards, with 1 TD.

Russell Wilson threw for 257 yards and ran for 61 yards, leading the Seattle Seahawks to a 20-13 takeout of the Tennessee Titans.

Vernon Davis caught 8 balls for 180 yards and 2 TD's, in the San Francisco 49ers 32-20 triumph over the Arizona Cardinals.

Justin Blackmon had 14 receptions for 190 yards, in the Jacksonville Jaguars 35-19 loss to the Denver Broncos.

Vincent Jackson grabbed 9 balls for 114 yards and 2 TD's, as his Tampa Bay Buccaneers went down to the Philadelphia Eagles 31-20.

Rookie RB Eddie Lacy had 23 rushing attempts for 120 yards, amid the Green Bay Packers 19-17 victory over the Baltimore Ravens.