-Teddy’s 5 TD Passes Moved him ahead of Jay Gruden for 4th All-Time on Sunday with 46. The next milestone is 25 TDs away for 3rd place (Brian Brohm).
-Bridgewater also moved up to 5th All-Time in Career Passing Yardage, surpassing Stefan Lefors. Teddy now has 6202 passing yards and needs 822 more yards to move into 4th place all-time (Jay Gruden).
-Parker moved into a tie for 6th All-Time in Career TD Receptions with 17. DeVante is now tied with Gary Barnidge after passing Mario Urrutia. Next up for “Spiderman” is Deion Branch (who was in attendance Sunday vs. Ohio) & Anthony Cummings with 18.
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