AFC FROM A TO Z
Giovani Bernard, starting for the injured Joe Mixon, has three 100-yard rushing games and 23 five-catch games in his six-year career.
Defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier faces the Vikings in Minnesota for the first time since being fired as their coach after the 2013 season.
RB Phillip Lindsay topped 100 yards from scrimmage in each of the first two games. He’s the only undrafted rookie to accomplish the feat.
The city has a new king after rookie QB Baker Mayfield led the Browns back from a 14-point deficit Thursday for their first victory in 20 games.
They face the Rams in the first meeting between two Los Angeles teams since Nov. 13, 1994, when the Raiders defeated the Rams 20-17.
Patrick Mahomes, who has thrown for 10 touchdowns and no interceptions, faces a 49ers defense that has yet to pick off a pass.
First-year coach Frank Reich was the Eagles offensive coordinator the last two years. He faces his former protege in quarterback Carson Wentz.
They are looking to go 3-0 for the first time since 2013. They have five interceptions after finishing with nine last season.
Their 55 sacks last year were secondmost in the NFL. They’re on pace for 32 this season and face the Titans, who have allowed only one.
Isaiah Crowell ran for two touchdowns against the Browns but also received a 15-yard penalty for a crude celebration after one of them.
They are 45-6 off a loss since 2003 and didn't lose two straight in 2016 or ’17. Tom Brady is 9-2 in his last 11 Sunday night games.
Derek Carr’s completion percentage of 90.6 (29for-32) last week is the highest for any quarterback who attempted 30 or more passes.
Joe Flacco has 10 touchdown passes and one interception in his last six home games. Ravens have nine TDs in nine trips to red zone.
Antonio Brown, who said he wasn’t asking for a trade when he tweeted “Trade me” last week, has 18 catches for 160 yards and a touchdown.
Deshaun Watson has thrown for 12 touchdowns and two picks in three career home starts. Lamar Miller is fourth in the NFL with 166 rushing yards.
Backup QB Blain Gabbert, who started in place of the injured Marcus Mariota last week, returns to Jacksonville. He was 5-22 as a Jaguar.