Found September 13, 2013 on Fox Sports South:
Here are 20 whimsical factoids some positive, some negative to digest before the SundayMonday slate of Week 2 games: 1-10 1. There are only three certainties in life death, taxes and Arian Foster posting big numbers against the Titans. Of his last five games against Tennessee, Foster has averaged 132 total yards and one touchdown. 2. Colts QB Andrew Luck has per-outing averages of 322 yards passing and 1.3 TDs against AFC East foes including last year's personal best of 433 yards passing vs. Miami. 3. In his somewhat brief career, Ray Rice has a looooong history of terrorizing the Browns home or away. For starters, of his last four games against Cleveland, Rice has averaged 137 total yards and 0.8 touchdowns. 4. The Bills have allowed a staggering 743 team rushing yards in their last four games (dating back to last year), for an average of 186 yards. That bodes well for Carolina's DeAngelo Williams, who boasts per-outing tallies of 124 total yards and 0.8 TDs in hi...
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