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History Of The New England Patriots - 2000–present: Brady/Belichick Dynasty - 2003–04: Back-to-back Super Bowl Wins
... not losing another game after starting with a 2–2 record ... Due to multiple injuries, the Patriots started 42 different players during the season, an NFL record for a division winner until the Patriots started 45 different players ... game en route to a 14–2 regular season record ...
Cam Newton - NFL Accomplishments and Records - Previous Records
... NFL record for most passing yards by a Rookie in a game at 432 in 2011 ... (Broken by Andrew Luck in 2012 at 433) NFL record for most passing yards by a Rookie in a season at 4051 in 2011 ... (Broken by Andrew Luck in 2012) NFL record for most rushing yards by a Rookie in a season at 706 in 2011 ...
History Of The Arizona Cardinals - Arizona Years (1988–present) - Whisenhunt Era (2007–present) - 2011
... the punt 99 yards for a game winning score, and also setting the record for longest punt return for TD in NFL history ... Peterson returned another punt for TD, for a total of 4 on the season to that point, tying the NFL record ... of their last nine to finish 8-8, including four overtime wins, an NFL record for most overtime wins in a single season ...
Dan Fouts - Pro Football Career
... consecutive seasons (1979–81), led the NFL in passing yards in four consecutive seasons(1979–1982) and six times eclipsed the 20-touchdown mark with a career high 33 in 1981 ... high of 4,802 passing yards during the 1981 season was an NFL record at the time ... Fouts set NFL season passing yardage records in three consecutive seasons from 1979 to 1981 with totals of 4,082, 4,715, and 4,802 yards ...

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