The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Mission is to: Honor the Heroes of the Game, Preserve its History, Promote its Values & Celebrate Excellence EVERYWHERE. We found many samples from Week 5 that align with our Mission, Vision, and Values!
New Orleans Saints
quarterback Drew Brees
passed for a season-high 371 yards and two touchdowns in the team’s thrilling 37-31 overtime win against the Tampa Buccaneers on Sunday. In doing so, Brees reached a career milestone.
Only seven quarterbacks in the NFL have reached this milestone.
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Brees was drafted by the San Diego Chargers
in 2001. After a five-year stint with team, the Saints signed him as a free agent in 2006.
|Drew Brees - New Orleans Saints
The Cleveland Browns
mounted the largest road comeback in NFL history when they defeated the Tennessee Titans
29-28 yesterday. The Browns, who played sluggishly at the start of the game, found themselves down 28-3 near the end of the first half. Cleveland went on to score 26 unanswered points to win the contest and earn a place in the NFL’s record book
The comeback rally was the greatest in the Browns' history. Cleveland's previous greatest comeback was on Dec. 4, 1966 vs. the New York Giants
when they fell behind 20 points.
Gold Jacket Leroy Kelly
recorded 126 rushing yards on 13 carries and scored three rushing touchdowns. The Browns outscored the Giants 35-9 in the second half en route to a 49-40 victory.
Manning Continues to Climb
continues to move up all the NFL’s major all-time passing lists. This time, on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, Manning threw his 500th career TD pass. The Denver Broncos’ quarterback threw four touchdown passes in all and brought his all-time total to 503. Manning joined Brett Favre
(508) as the only quarterbacks in NFL history with 500 career touchdown passes. Manning also passed for a career-high 479 yards in the Broncos’ 41-20 win against previously-undefeated Arizona (3-1).
The performance marked Manning’s 13th career 400-yard passing game, tying Gold Jacket Dan Marino
for the most in NFL history.
tight end Jason Witten
has proven he’s one of the best players to ever play his position. Witten became the third tight end with 10,000 career receiving yards (10,014) after his performance on Sunday against the Houston Texans. He finished the game with four receptions for 59 yards in his team’s 20-17 overtime win.
The only other tight ends to achieve this feat were Tony Gonzalez
(15,127) and Gold Jacket Shannon Sharpe
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