Greg Bedard of BostonSportsJournal.com joined the Felger and Mazz program on Tuesday, as he does every week to discuss the Patriots and the NFL games from the past week. While on, Greg Bedard did his weekly “10 Questions” segment on the program following week 12 of the 2023 NFL season.
Before the 10 questions, here’s some notes from around the NFL….
Washington Commanders quarterback Sam Howell leads all quarterbacks in passing yards through week 12 with 3,339 yards passing. Houston Texans rookie C.J. Stroud is right behind Howell with 3,266 passing yards.
San Francisco 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey is the leagues leader in rushing yards with 939 rushing yards through 11 games.
The Baltimore Ravens sit atop the AFC with a 9-3 record while the Philadelphia Eagles sit atop the NFC with a 10-1 record. What they have in common is that both teams have a bird as their mascot.
The Carolina Panthers fired their head coach Frank Reich this week following a 1-10 start to the season. The Panthers currently own the worst record in the NFL but their 1st round pick in the upcoming draft belongs to the Chicago Bears due to a trade last season.
The New England Patriots currently possess the worst record in the AFC with a 2-9 record.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill leads the NFL in reception yards with 1,324 through 11 games. Hill is one of five receivers who have 1,000 or more yards receiving this season. Keenan Allen (Chargers), CeeDee Lamb (Cowboys), A.J. Brown (Eagles), and DJ Moore (Bears) are the four other receivers to have 1,000 or more yards through week 12 of the season.
Dolphins receiver Tyreek Hill also leads all NFL wide receivers in receiving touchdowns this season with 10 touchdowns.
Raheem Mostert of the Miami Dolphins leads all players in the NFL in rushing touchdowns this season with 13 rushing touchdowns through 11 games through the 2023 NFL season.