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Julian Edelman

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Height: 
5-10

Weight:

200

Age

30
Kent State
9 Years Pro

2016 Season

  • rec98
  • yds1,106
  • avg11.3
  • tds3
stats

Julian Edelman was re-signed by the New England Patriots as an unrestricted free agent on March 18, 2014 ...

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Biography

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Julian Edelman was re-signed by the New England Patriots as an unrestricted free agent on March 18, 2014 ... Originally drafted by New England in the seventh round (232nd overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft ... Re-signed by New England as an unrestricted free agent (4/11/13).

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

  • Caught the game-winning, three-yard touchdown pass from Tom Brady with 2:06 left to play in the fourth quarter of the Patriots' 28-24 Super Bowl XLIX win vs. Seattle (2/1).
  • In 2010, set a franchise record for the highest punt return average in a single-season with a 15.3-yard average, which led the AFC and finished second in the NFL behind Chicago's Devin Hester (17.1-yard return average). Also had a 15.5-yard return average in 2012 but was limited due to injury to 17 punt returns in nine games.
  • Set a franchise record with a 94-yard punt return for a touchdown vs. Miami (1/2/11).
  • Has totaled 142 punt returns for 1,697 yards during his career, a 12.0 average, tying the best in Patriots history and seventh in NFL history.
  • Currently holds the team record with four punt return touchdowns.
  • Set career highs with 105 receptions for 1,056 yards and six touchdowns in 2013. Joined Wes Welker and Troy Brown as the only Patriots receivers with 100 receptions in a season and became the 10th receiver in team history with 1,000 yards receiving in a single season.
  • Earned his first career Pro Bowl invitation in 2014 after finishing eighth in the NFL with 92 receptions.
  • Joined Troy Brown and Wes Welker as the only Patriots with 90-plus receptions in consecutive seasons.
  • Completed a 51-yard touchdown pass to Danny Amendola in the AFC Divisional Playoff win vs. Baltimore (1/10/15), setting an NFL playoff record for the longest pass completion and touchdown pass for a non-QB. It was his first career pass attempt and the first touchdown pass by a Patriots player other than a quarterback since 2004.
  • Posted the longest rush by a wide receiver in franchise history - a 47-yard run in a win vs. Indianapolis (11/18/12).
  • Was forced into action as a defensive back due to injuries for eight games in 2011 and made 14 tackles.

SEASONAL REVIEWS

2016 (16/13, 3/3)

  • Led the team with seven receptions for 66 yards in the win at Arizona (9/11) and also rushed for 16 yards on three carries.
  • Recorded a team-high seven receptions for the second straight game for a total of 76 yards in the win vs. Miami (9/18).  
  • Led the offense with four receptions for 38 yards and added 14 rushing yards on three attempts in the win vs. Houston (9/22). 
  • Caught one pass for 16 yards and rushed once for one yard vs. Buffalo (10/2).
  • Recorded five receptions for 35 yards in the win at Cleveland (10/9). Lined up to return punts for the first time in 2016, registering two returns for 12 yards. Also returned one kickoff for nine yards. 
  • Finished the game with four receptions for 30 yards in the win vs. Cincinnati (10/16). Had an 8-yard rush in the fourth quarter that tied him with WR Irving Fryar for first in team history among wide receivers with 35 rushing attempts, and second in team history among wide receivers with 239 rushing yards. Also returned three punts for 49 yards and returned one kickoff 16 yards. 
  • Led the team in receptions with nine for 60 yards in the win at Pittsburgh (10/23) and also returned two punts for 22 yards. Added one tackle on special teams. 
  • Caught four passes for 37 yards, including a 12-yard touchdown reception from Tom Brady in the third quarter to mark his first score of the season in the win at Buffalo (10/30). His first quarter rushing attempt was his 36th career rushing attempt to push him in front of Irving Fryar for the most rushing attempts by a Patriots receiver. Also returned two punts for 19 yards. 
  • Made seven receptions for 99 yards vs. Seattle (11/13).
  • Led the team with eight catches for 77 yards in the win at San Francisco (11/20). Also ran for 12 yards on two carries to push his career total to 251 yards and giving him the most rushing yards by a receiver in Patriots history. 
  • Led the team with eight receptions for 83 yards in the win at N.Y. Jets (11/27). 
  • Finished with a team-high eight receptions for 101 yards to mark his first 100-yard game of 2016 and the 10th of his career in the win vs. Los Angeles (12/4). 
  • Led the team with seven catches for 73 yards in the win vs. Baltimore (12/12). 
  • Recorded a team-high six receptions for 75 yards in the win at Denver (12/18) and returned three punts for 21 yards. 
  • Led the Patriots with five receptions for 89 yards in the win vs. N.Y. Jets (12/24) and also returned two punts for a total of 12 yards. 
  • Set a career high when he scored on a 77-yard touchdown in the third quarter of the win at Miami (1/1) to finish with eight total receptions for a career-best 151 yards. The performance marked Edelman's 11th career 100-yard game and also led him to finish with his second career 1,000-yard receiving season after setting a single-season best with 1,106 yards. Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for his performance. 
  • Set a franchise record for most postseason receptions with 76 after turning in an eight-catch performance for 137 yards in the Divisional Round victory vs. Houston (1/14). Marked his third career postseason 100-yard game and also added one rush for 12 yards in the win. 
  • Became the Patriots all-time leader in postseason receptions after recording nine catches in the Patriots AFC Championship victory vs. Pittsburgh (1/22). Moved past Deion Branch with a 41-yard reception in the first quarter for the most receiving yards in Patriots postseason history. With 84 total postseason receptions, now sits in seventh place all-time in NFL history. His 118 receiving yards in the game marked his fourth 100-yard game of his postseason career and his second-striaght 100-yard game of the 2016 postseason. The game also marked Edelman’s ninth-straight postseason contest with six or more receptions which is the longest such streak in postseason history. 
  • Started at wide receiver and hauled in five passes for 87 yards, including a miraculous bobbling catch between three defenders on the game-tying drive at the end of regulation vs. Atlanta in Super Bowl LI (2/5). Also returned three punts for 40 yards. His five receptions now gives him 89 career postseason catches, good for third all-time in NFL postseason history.

2015 (9/9, 2/2)

  • Started all nine games he played in and finished the regular season with 61 receptions for 692 yards (11.3 avg.) and a career-high seven touchdowns. Also returned 10 punts for 81 yards (8.1 avg.) and rushed three times for 23 yards (7.7 avg.).
  • Started both playoff games and led the team with 17 receptions for 153 yards (9.0 avg). Also returned one punt for 16 yards.
  • Missed the final seven games of the regular season with a foot injury.
  • Posted two 10-reception and one 100-yard receiving performances:
    • Week 1 vs. Pittsburgh (11 rec., 97 yds.)
    • Week 2 at Buffalo (11 rec., 97 yds.)
    • Week 5 at Dallas (4 rec., 120 yds.)
  • Started at wide receiver and posted a game-high 11 receptions for 97 yards in the win vs. Pittsburgh (9/10).
  • Led the team with 11 catches for 97 yards and added two touchdowns at Buffalo (9/20).
  • Caught four passes for 120 yards and one touchdown in the win at Dallas (10/11).
  • Posted seven receptions for 81 yards and two touchdowns vs. Miami (10/29).
  • Caught four passes for 53 yards before leaving the game with a foot injury on the final play of the first quarter in the win at N.Y. Giants (11/15).
  • Returned to action after missing seven games  with a foot injury and tied his career postseason high with 10 catches for 100 yards in the Divisional Playoff victory vs. Kansas City (1/16).

2014 (14/13, 3/3)

  • Caught the game-winning, 3-yard touchdown pass from Tom Brady with 2:06 left to play in the fourth quarter of the Patriots' 28-24 Super Bowl XLIX win vs. Seattle (2/1/15). Started the game at wide receiver and led the team in receiving with nine catches for 109 yards and one touchdown. Also rushed once for seven yards and returned three punts for 27 yards.
  • Started at wide receiver in the AFC Championship win vs. Indianapolis (1/18/15), leading the team with nine catches for 98 yards. Also rushed once for 12 yards and returned three punts for 71 yards (23.7 avg.), with a long of 45.
  • Started at wide receiver in the AFC Divisional win vs. Baltimore (1/10/15), leading the team with eight catches for 74 yards and also returning three punts for 45 yards. Edelman also threw his first career NFL pass, catching a lateral from Tom Brady and then completing a 51-yard touchdown pass up the left sideline to Danny Amendola; the longest by a non-quarterback in NFL postseason history. It was also the Patriots first touchdown pass by a non-quarterback since 2004 and the first by a wide receiver since 2001.
  • Earned his first career Pro Bowl in 2014 after finishing eighth in the NFL with 92 receptions.
  • Inactive at N.Y. Jets (12/21) and vs. Buffalo (12/28) due to injury.
  • Led the team with seven receptions for 88 yards and one touchdown in the win vs. Miami (12/14). Also returned two punts for 17 yards and had a six-yard rush.
  • Led all receivers with eight catches for a career-high 141 yards, including a career-long 69-yard touchdown in the win at San Diego (12/7). Also returned three punts for 20 yards and had a four-yard rush. It was his sixth career 100-yard game and the first of this season, while his 69-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter was the longest reception by any Patriots player this season.
  • Caught seven passes for 48 yards at Green Bay (11/30).
  • Led the team with a game-high 11 receptions for 89 yards in the win vs. Detroit (11/23). It was his fifth career game with 10 or more catches. Also returned one punt for six yards.
  • Caught a team-high five passes for 50 yards in the win at Indianapolis (11/16).
  • Posted nine catches for 89 yards and one touchdown in the win vs. Denver (11/2). Also earned AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors after returning a second-quarter punt 84 yards for a touchdown, giving him the franchise record for most punt return touchdowns (4).
  • Exploded for a season-high 42-yard punt return in the second quarter to set up a Patriots touchdown in the win vs. Chicago (10/26). Also had one catch for 14 yards.
  • Caught four passes for 44 yards, rushed once for eight yards and returned a punt for three yards in the win vs. N.Y. Jets (10/16).
  • Led the team with nine receptions for 91 yards and rushed once for 10 yards in the win at Buffalo (10/12). Also returned three punts for 12 yards.
  • Started at wide receiver in the win vs. Cincinnati (10/5) and caught five passes for 35 yards. Also returned three punts for 12 yards.
  • Caught four passes for 23 yards and returned two punts for 10 yards at Kansas City (9/29).
  • Led the team with 10 receptions for 84 yards in the win vs. Oakland, extending his streak to nine straight games with at least six receptions. It was his fourth career game with 10 or more catches. Also returned one punt for seven yards.
  • Led the team with six receptions for 81 yards and one touchdown in the win at Minnesota (9/14), including a 44-yard catch for the second straight week. Also returned four punts for 66 yards.
  • Started in the season opener at Miami (9/7) and led the team with six receptions for 95 yards, all in the first half. His 95 receiving yards were a personal best for a first half, and he also had two rushes for 21 yards and two punt returns for 15 yards.

2013 (16/11, 2/1)

  • Played in all 16 regular-season games with 11 starts and led the team with career highs in receptions (105), receiving yards (1,056) and receiving touchdowns (6). Also returned 35 punts for 374 yards.
  • Appeared in both postseason contests with one start and led the team with 16 receptions for 173 yards and a touchdown.
  • Caught seven or more passes in 10 games.
  • Eclipsed 100 yards receiving four times:
    • Week 4 at Atlanta
    • Week 12 vs. Denver
    • Week 13 at Houston
    • Week 15 at Miami
  • Posted 10 or more receptions twice:
    • Week 2 vs. N.Y. Jets
    • Week 15 at Miami
  • Scored two touchdowns twice:
    • Week 1 at Buffalo
    • Week 12 vs. Denver
  • Caught seven passes for 79 yards and two touchdowns at Buffalo (9/8), marking his first regular-season contest with two TD catches.
  • Caught a career-high 13 passes for 78 yards and rushed once for 4 yards vs. N.Y. Jets (9/12). Also returned six punts for 72 yards.
  • Registered his second career 100-yard receiving performance at Atlanta (9/29) after finishing with seven receptions for 118 yards including a season-long 44-yard catch that helped set up a Patriots touchdown.
  • Caught nine passes for 110 yards and two touchdowns vs. Denver (11/24), marking his third career 100-yard receiving game and second of the season. It was also his third career two-touchdown game and second of the season.
  • Posted his second straight 100-yard receiving performance at Houston (12/1), catching nine passes for 101 yards.
  • Caught six passes for 64 yards, a touchdown and a two-point conversion in the comeback win vs. Cleveland. Edelman's TD came with 1:01 remaining in the fourth quarter and drew New England to within one possession.
  • Tied a career high with 13 receptions and set a career  high with 139 receiving yards and a touchdown at Miami (12/15).
  • Caught nine passes for 65 yards vs. Buffalo (12/29) and in the process, eclipsed the 100 reception and 1,000 yard receiving marks for the first time in his career. Joined Wes Welker and Troy Brown as the only Patriots receivers with 100 receptions in a season and became the 10th receiver in team history with 1,000 yards receiving in a single season.
  • Set playoff career highs with 10 receptions and 84 yards and a touchdown in the AFC Championship Game at Denver (1/19).

2012 (9/3, 0/0)

  • Played in nine games with three starts and caught 21 passes for 235 yards (11.2 avg) and a career-high three touchdowns. Returned 17 punts for 263 yards (15.5 avg) and tied a team record with his third career punt return for a touchdown.
  • Also rushed four times for 45 yards (11.3 avg) and returned three kickoffs for 38 yards (12.7 avg).
  • Caught four passes for 28 yards (7.0 avg) and his second career regular-season touchdown reception at Baltimore (9/23). Also returned one punt for 11 yards.
  • Was inactive due to injury at Seattle (10/14), vs. Denver (10/7) and at Buffalo (9/30).
  • Scored on a 68-yard punt return in the second quarter and also had a 2-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter vs. Indianapolis (11/18) to become the first Patriots player to score on a return and have a touchdown reception in the same game since Irving Fryar vs. Indianapolis on Nov. 10, 1985. Had the longest run from scrimmage for a wide receiver in Patriots history with a 47-yard scamper in the fourth quarter. Also added a 49-yard punt return in the fourth quarter.
  • Recorded his second straight game with two touchdowns - a 22-yard fumble return on a kickoff and a career-long 56-yard touchdown reception in the win at N.Y. Jets (11/22). Also returned two punts for 32 yards (16.0 avg) and had one rush for three yards. Left the game in the third quarter with a head injury and did not return.
  • Was placed on Injured Reserve with a foot injury on Dec. 4, 2012 after suffering the injury in the win at Miami (12/2).

2011 (13/0, 3/0)

  • Appeared in 13 games and played offense, defense and special teams throughout the season.
  • Caught four passes for 34 yards and rushed four times for 30 yards on offense.
  • Compiled 14 tackles during eight appearances at defensive back.
  • On special teams, returned 28 punts for 296 yards and a touchdown, 12 kickoffs for 284 yards and made five tackles.
  • Was inactive vs. the N.Y. Jets (10/9) and Dallas (10/16) due to injury.
  • Was inactive at Pittsburgh (10/30).
  • Appeared in all three postseason games and caught two passes for 19 yards and rushed once for -1 yards on offense. Combined for two tackles on defense. On special teams, returned four punts for 35 yards, three kickoffs for 73 yards and made one special teams tackle.
  • Earned AFC Special Teams Player of the Week (Wk. 11) after returning a punt 72 yards for a touchdown on Monday Night Football vs. Kansas City (11/21).
  • Saw time in all three phases of the game in the AFC Championship vs. Baltimore (1/22). Caught an eight-yard pass, rushed once for a loss of a yard, made one tackle and returned two punts for seven yards.
  • Played as a reserve at wide receiver, return specialist and defensive back in the Divisional playoff game vs. Denver (1/14). Caught one pass for 11 yards, made one defensive tackle and returned two punts for 28 yards.
  • Saw his first action on defense at the N.Y. Jets (11/13).
  • Played in a reserve role at wide receiver and on special teams in Super Bowl XLVI vs. the N.Y. Giants (2/5). Returned three kickoffs 73 yards with a long return of 31 yards. Caught one pass for 11 yards and returned two punts for 28 yards against Denver (1/14).

2010 (15/3, 1/1)

  • Played in 15 games with three starts in three-wide receiver sets.
  • Finished the season with 21 punt returns for 321 yards and set a franchise record for the highest punt return average in a single-season with a 15.3-yard average. Led the AFC and finished second in the NFL behind Chicago's Devin Hester (17.1-yard return average) with the 15.3-yard average.
  • Also had 14 rushing yards on two carries and 86 yards on seven receptions.
  • Set a franchise record with a 94-yard punt return for a touchdown vs. Miami (1/2). Recorded a career high 40-yard reception from Tom Brady in the first quarter against the Dolphins and a career-high 13-yard rush. Finished with three catches for 72 yards (24.0 avg.), 13 rushing yards, four punt returns for 112 yards and a touchdown, and two fair catches against the Dolphins.
  • Registered a then career-long 42-yard punt return in the second quarter at Chicago (12/12). Also had a 71-yard punt return for a touchdown called back due to a penalty in the second quarter.
  • Started at wide receiver in the postseason game vs. N.Y. Jets (1/16). Had one rush for 11 yards, one reception for 12 yards and returned two punts for 42 yards, including a 41-yard punt return.

2009 (11/7, 1/1)

  • Played in 11 games with seven starting assignments and finished the year with 37 receptions for 359 yards and one touchdown, 11 kickoff returns for 241 yards, six punt returns for 63 yards and two rushing attempts for five yards. and led the team with six catches for 44 yards with two touchdown passes. Also returned one punt for 28 yards. Became the first Patriots rookie to catch two touchdown passes in a postseason game when he scored on a 6-yard pass from Tom Brady in the second quarter and a 1-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter.
  • Was inactive for the season-opener vs. Buffalo (9/14) and missed four games due to injury: at Tampa Bay (10/25), vs. Miami (11/8), at New Orleans (11/30) and at Miami (12/6).
  • Made his NFL debut at the N.Y. Jets (9/20) when he started in place of an injured Wes Welker. Led the team with eight receptions for 98 yards.
  • Hauled in his first career touchdown reception at Indianapolis (11/15) on a 9-yard pass from Tom Brady in the second quarter.
  • Set career-highs with 10 catches for 103 yards in the regular-season finale at Houston (1/3), seeing increased action following a first quarter injury to Wes Welker.

COLLEGE

  • Played in 31 games to finish his career at Kent State with 4,997 yards passing and 2,664 yards rushing.
  • Compiled a career high 3,190 yards of total offense in his senior season with the Golden Flashes and finished his career with 30 touchdown passes and 22 rushing scores. 
  • Was the Golden Flashes' starting quarterback as a senior in 2008, playing in 12 games and completing 153-of-275 passes for 1,820 yards and 13 touchdowns with 11 interceptions.
  • Posted record-setting numbers as a redshirt freshman quarterback at the College of San Mateo in 2005.
  • Was named the Most Valuable Player in All-State Region I by the California Community College Football Coaches Association.
  • Passed for 1,312 yards and 14 touchdowns and rushed for a school-record 1,253 yards and 17 scores.
  • Helped lead San Mateo to an 8-3 record and second-place finish in the NorCal Conference. 

EXTRA POINTS

  • Growing up as an undersized quarterback with a good arm and all kinds of athleticism, Julian Edelman had visions of being the next Doug Flutie.
  • A QB at Kent State, he passed for 1,820 yards as a senior and added 1,551 rushing yards to break the school's single-season record for total offense set by Joshua Cribbs (now with Cleveland) in 2003.
  • Had an offer from the British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League to play quarterback but chose to switch to receiver and play in the NFL. "It was hard for the fact that you never played the other position [receiver], so you have a huge road ahead of you to learn something at the highest level in the world to it. But the easy part was that you didn't grow up wanting to go to the CFL. I grew up wanting to go to the NFL, having that dream," he said.

HONORS & AWARDS

  • 2016 - AFC Offensive Player of the Week (Wk. 17)
  • 2014 - NFL Pro Bowl - AFC Special Teams Player of the Week (Wk. 9)
  • 2011 - AFC Special Teams Player of the Week (Wk. 11)

Standout College QB to NFL Wide Receiver

  • Edelman began his college football career with a year at the College of San Mateo (Calif.) before transferring to Kent State where as a senior, he completed 56% of his passes (153 of 275 passes for 1,820 yards) with 13 touchdowns. He was also the leading rusher, gaining 1,551 yards on 215 attempts (an average of 7.5 yards per carry) and scoring 13 touchdowns. His offensive numbers broke Kent State's single-season record for total offense set by Joshua Cribbs in 2003.
  • Said head coach Bill Belichick on the versatility of Edelman: "He played the quarterback position in college at Kent State and all the positions really that he’s played in the NFL - covering kicks, returning kicks, slot receiver, outside receiver, slot defender – he didn’t do any of those things in college. I think that really speaks to his versatility and how much he’s grown as a player and how many things he’s learned how to do that he really didn’t have much experience with in college. I’d say that’s pretty unusual, especially to be as competent in them as he is."

PERSONAL

  • Born May 22, 1986, to Angie and Francis Edelman.
  • As senior at Woodside (Calif.) High School in 2004, led the Wildcats to a 13-0 record and Central Coast Section championship and was named first-team all-league and all-county.
  • Totaled 2,237 passing yards and 29 touchdowns in his high school career and also rushed for 964 yards and 13 touchdowns.
  • Majored in business management at Kent State.

Stats

Career Stats

gamesreceivingrushingfumbles
seasonteamggsrecydsavglongtdattydsavglngtdfumlost
2016NE1613981,10611.377312574.89032
2015NE996169211.35973237.712011
2014NE14139297210.669410949.425030
2013NE16111051,05610.14462115.57060
2012NE932123511.256344511.347011
2011NE1304348.51104826031
2010NE15378612.3400214713010
2009NE117373599.7291252.55010
TOTAL4254,54010.77724392576.6470195

Recent Games

receivingrushingfumbles
wkopresultrecydsavglongtdattydsavglngtdfumlost
17@MIAW 35-14815118.977116660--
16NYJW 41-358917.8350-------
15@DENW 16-367512.5170-------
14BALW 30-2377310.4280-------
13LAW 26-10810112.6320-------
12@NYJW 22-1788310.4240-------
11@SFW 30-178779.6211212670--
10SEAL 24-3179914.1330-----11
8@BUFW 41-254379.312110-00--
7@PITW 27-169606.7110-----11
6CINW 35-174307.513018880--
5@CLEW 33-135357120-------
4BUFL 0-16116161601111010
3HOUW 27-04389.52303144.780--
2MIAW 31-2477610.9190-------
1@ARIW 23-217669.41903165.390--

receiving

yearteamgrecydsavgyds/glngtd20+40+1stfum
2016NE16981,10611.369.1773111551
2015NE96169211.376.959781371
2014NE149297210.669.469473492
2013NE161051,05610.16644692540
2012NE92123511.226.156311120
2011NE134348.52.61100000
2010NE1578612.35.74002130
2009NE11373599.732.629130190
TOTAL 1034254,54010.744.177244192294

rushing

yearteamgattatt/gydsavgyds/gtdlng1st1st%20+40+fum
2016NE16120.8574.83.609325001
2015NE930.3237.72.60123100000
2014NE14100.7949.46.7025770100
2013NE1620.1115.50.7072100000
2012NE940.44511.35047250111
2011NE1340.3820.606250000
2010NE1520.11470.9013150000
2009NE1120.252.50.5050-001
TOTAL 103390.42576.62.50472051.3213

kick returns

yearteamgretydsavglngtd20+40+fcfum
2016NE1634414.71900000
2015NE9---------
2014NE14---------
2013NE16---------
2012NE933812.73201000
2011NE131228423.737010000
2010NE15---------
2009NE111124121.93208000
TOTAL 1032960720.937019000

punt returns

yearteamgretydsavglngtd20+40+fcfum
2016NE161513592301071
2015NE910818.11900010
2014NE1425299128414261
2013NE163537410.743041235
2012NE91726315.56814210
2011NE132829610.67211173
2010NE152132115.39414261
2009NE1166310.53501010
TOTAL 1031571,83211.79441985211

fumbles

yearteamgfumlostffown fropp frown ydsopp ydstdoobsftytb
2016NE1632-----0100
2015NE911-1-0-0000
2014NE1430-2-0-0000
2013NE1660-5-0-0000
2012NE911--1-11000
2011NE1331-2-0-0000
2010NE1510-----0000
2009NE1110-1-0-0000
TOTAL 103195-111011100

defensive

yearteamgtotalsoloastscksftypdefinttdsydsavglong
2016NE16110000-----
2015NE9110000-----
2014NE14440000-----
2013NE160---0------
2012NE9330000-----
2011NE1318135000-----
2010NE15110000-----
2009NE110---0------
TOTAL 10328235000000-0
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receiving splits - split by OPPONENT

splitgrecydsavglng1st1st%td20+40+
Arizona Cardinals17669.4193-000
Baltimore Ravens177310.4283-010
Buffalo Bills255310.6164-100
Cincinnati Bengals14307.5133-000
Cleveland Browns15357123-000
Denver Broncos167512.5175-000
Houston Texans14389.5231-010
Los Angeles Rams1810112.6325-010
Miami Dolphins21522715.1779-121
New York Jets21317213.2359-030
Pittsburgh Steelers19606.7112-000
San Francisco 49ers18779.6214-110
Seattle Seahawks179914.1334-020

receiving splits - split by DIVISION CONFERENCE

splitgrecydsavglng1st1st%td20+40+
Outside Own Division106565410.13333-160
vs AFC Teams126876311.27739-271
vs NFC Teams43034311.43316-140
vs Own Division63345213.77722-251

receiving splits - split by MONTH

splitgrecydsavglng1st1st%td20+40+
December426338133517-040
January1815118.9775-121
November32325911.33313-140
October5231787.71612-100
September31818010238-010

receiving splits - split by STADIUM

splitgrecydsavglng1st1st%td20+40+
FirstEnergy Stadium15357123-000
Gillette Stadium84352212.13525-070
Hard Rock Stadium1815118.9775-121
Heinz Field19606.7112-000
Levi's Stadium18779.6214-110
MetLife Stadium188310.4245-010
New Era Field14379.3123-100
Sports Authority Field at Mile High167512.5175-000
University of Phoenix Stadium17669.4193-000

receiving splits - split by WIN/LOSSES

splitgrecydsavglng1st1st%td20+40+
Losses2811514.4335-020
Wins1490991117750-391

receiving splits - split by WEEKDAY

splitgrecydsavglng1st1st%td20+40+
Mondays177310.4283-010
Other Days (not Monday or Sunday)2912714.1355-030
Sundays1382906117747-371

rushing splits - split by OPPONENT

splitgattydsavglngtd1st
Arizona Cardinals13165.3901
Baltimore Ravens1------
Buffalo Bills2210.5100
Cincinnati Bengals1188800
Cleveland Browns1------
Denver Broncos1------
Houston Texans13144.7801
Los Angeles Rams1------
Miami Dolphins2166600
New York Jets2------
Pittsburgh Steelers1------
San Francisco 49ers12126701
Seattle Seahawks1------

rushing splits - split by DIVISION CONFERENCE

splitgattydsavglngtd1st
Outside Own Division109505.6903
vs AFC Teams127294.1801
vs NFC Teams45285.6902
vs Own Division6372.3600

rushing splits - split by MONTH

splitgattydsavglngtd1st
December4------
January1166600
November32126701
October5393800
September36305902

rushing splits - split by STADIUM

splitgattydsavglngtd1st
FirstEnergy Stadium1------
Gillette Stadium85234.6801
Hard Rock Stadium1166600
Heinz Field1------
Levi's Stadium12126701
MetLife Stadium1------
New Era Field110-000
Sports Authority Field at Mile High1------
University of Phoenix Stadium13165.3901

rushing splits - split by WIN/LOSSES

splitgattydsavglngtd1st
Losses2111100
Wins1411565.1903

rushing splits - split by WEEKDAY

splitgattydsavglngtd1st
Mondays1------
Other Days (not Monday or Sunday)23144.7801
Sundays139434.8902

kick-returns splits - split by OPPONENT

splitgretydsavglngtd20+40+fcfum
Arizona Cardinals1---------
Baltimore Ravens1119191900000
Buffalo Bills2---------
Cincinnati Bengals1116161600000
Cleveland Browns1199900000
Denver Broncos1---------
Houston Texans1---------
Los Angeles Rams1---------
Miami Dolphins2---------
New York Jets2---------
Pittsburgh Steelers1---------
San Francisco 49ers1---------
Seattle Seahawks1---------

kick-returns splits - split by DIVISION CONFERENCE

splitgretydsavglngtd20+40+fcfum
Outside Own Division1034414.71900000
vs AFC Teams1234414.71900000
vs NFC Teams4---------
vs Own Division6---------

kick-returns splits - split by MONTH

splitgretydsavglngtd20+40+fcfum
December4119191900000
January1---------
November3---------
October522512.51600000
September3---------

kick-returns splits - split by STADIUM

splitgretydsavglngtd20+40+fcfum
FirstEnergy Stadium1199900000
Gillette Stadium823517.51900000
Hard Rock Stadium1---------
Heinz Field1---------
Levi's Stadium1---------
MetLife Stadium1---------
New Era Field1---------
Sports Authority Field at Mile High1---------
University of Phoenix Stadium1---------

kick-returns splits - split by WIN/LOSSES

splitgretydsavglngtd20+40+fcfum
Losses2---------
Wins1434414.71900000

kick-returns splits - split by WEEKDAY

splitgretydsavglngtd20+40+fcfum
Mondays1119191900000
Other Days (not Monday or Sunday)2---------
Sundays1322512.51600000

punt-returns splits - split by OPPONENT

splitgretydsavglngtd20+40+fc
Arizona Cardinals1--------
Baltimore Ravens1--------
Buffalo Bills22199.5100000
Cincinnati Bengals134916.3230100
Cleveland Browns12126120002
Denver Broncos13217160003
Houston Texans1--------
Los Angeles Rams1--------
Miami Dolphins210000002
New York Jets2212680000
Pittsburgh Steelers122211120000
San Francisco 49ers1--------
Seattle Seahawks1--------

punt-returns splits - split by DIVISION CONFERENCE

splitgretydsavglngtd20+40+fc
Outside Own Division101010410.4230105
vs AFC Teams12151359230107
vs NFC Teams4--------
vs Own Division65316.2100002

punt-returns splits - split by MONTH

splitgretydsavglngtd20+40+fc
December45336.6160003
January110000002
November3--------
October5910211.3230102
September3--------

punt-returns splits - split by STADIUM

splitgretydsavglngtd20+40+fc
FirstEnergy Stadium12126120002
Gillette Stadium856112.2230100
Hard Rock Stadium110000002
Heinz Field122211120000
Levi's Stadium1--------
MetLife Stadium1--------
New Era Field12199.5100000
Sports Authority Field at Mile High13217160003
University of Phoenix Stadium1--------

punt-returns splits - split by WIN/LOSSES

splitgretydsavglngtd20+40+fc
Losses2--------
Wins14151359230107

punt-returns splits - split by WEEKDAY

splitgretydsavglngtd20+40+fc
Mondays1--------
Other Days (not Monday or Sunday)2212680000
Sundays13131239.5230107

fumbles splits - split by OPPONENT

splitgfumlostffown fropp frtd
Arizona Cardinals1------
Baltimore Ravens1------
Buffalo Bills210---0
Cincinnati Bengals1------
Cleveland Browns1------
Denver Broncos1------
Houston Texans1------
Los Angeles Rams1------
Miami Dolphins2-----0
New York Jets2------
Pittsburgh Steelers111----
San Francisco 49ers1-----0
Seattle Seahawks111----

fumbles splits - split by DIVISION CONFERENCE

splitgfumlostffown fropp frtd
Outside Own Division1022---0
vs AFC Teams1221---0
vs NFC Teams411---0
vs Own Division610---0

fumbles splits - split by MONTH

splitgfumlostffown fropp frtd
December4------
January1-----0
November311---0
October521---0
September3------

fumbles splits - split by STADIUM

splitgfumlostffown fropp frtd
FirstEnergy Stadium1------
Gillette Stadium821----
Hard Rock Stadium1-----0
Heinz Field111----
Levi's Stadium1-----0
MetLife Stadium1------
New Era Field1-----0
Sports Authority Field at Mile High1------
University of Phoenix Stadium1------

fumbles splits - split by WIN/LOSSES

splitgfumlostffown fropp frtd
Losses221----
Wins1411---0

fumbles splits - split by WEEKDAY

splitgfumlostffown fropp frtd
Mondays1------
Other Days (not Monday or Sunday)2------
Sundays1332---0

defensive splits - split by OPPONENT

splitgtotalsoloastscksftypdefinttdsydsavglong
Arizona Cardinals10----------
Baltimore Ravens10----------
Buffalo Bills20---0------
Cincinnati Bengals10----------
Cleveland Browns10----------
Denver Broncos10----------
Houston Texans10----------
Los Angeles Rams10----------
Miami Dolphins20---0------
New York Jets20----------
Pittsburgh Steelers11100-0-----
San Francisco 49ers10---0------
Seattle Seahawks10----------

defensive splits - split by DIVISION CONFERENCE

splitgtotalsoloastscksftypdefinttdsydsavglong
Outside Own Division10110000-----
vs AFC Teams12110000-----
vs NFC Teams40---0------
vs Own Division60---0------

defensive splits - split by MONTH

splitgtotalsoloastscksftypdefinttdsydsavglong
December40----------
January10---0------
November30---0------
October5110000-----
September30----------

defensive splits - split by STADIUM

splitgtotalsoloastscksftypdefinttdsydsavglong
FirstEnergy Stadium10----------
Gillette Stadium80----------
Hard Rock Stadium10---0------
Heinz Field11100-0-----
Levi's Stadium10---0------
MetLife Stadium10----------
New Era Field10---0------
Sports Authority Field at Mile High10----------
University of Phoenix Stadium10----------

defensive splits - split by WIN/LOSSES

splitgtotalsoloastscksftypdefinttdsydsavglong
Losses20----------
Wins14110000-----

defensive splits - split by WEEKDAY

splitgtotalsoloastscksftypdefinttdsydsavglong
Mondays10----------
Other Days (not Monday or Sunday)20----------
Sundays13110000-----
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