Bulls’ Patterson has more total yards than nine NFL teams in Week 10

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Buffalo Bulls running back Jaret Patterson had a huge game. In fact, his performance alone on Tuesday night was better than nine NFL teams had in total yards.

Patterson had 301 rushing yards on 31 carries in the Bulls win over the Bowling Green Falcons. This was his best game of the season.

Buffalo Bulls football helmet on the field at Doyt L. Perry Stadium in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Buffalo Bulls football helmet on the field at Doyt L. Perry Stadium in Bowling Green, Ohio. (Photo by Buffalo Bulls/Facebook)

Yet, his game surpassed nine total games in total yards. All nine teams had less than 300 total yards in their respective games.

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In fact, two games had both teams going for less than 300 yards. The Miami Dolphins had 280 total yards, while Los Angeles Chargers had 273 yards.

The second game featured the San Francisco 49ers, who had 281 yards. The New Orleans Saints — who lost Drew Brees in the second half — had 237 yards.

The Tennessee Titans  had 294 total yards in their loss to the Indianapolis Colts. The Houston Texans also had 243 total yards in their 10-7 loss to the Cleveland Browns.

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Despite losing by four points to the Green Bay Packers, the Jacksonville Jaguars had 260 total yards in Jake Luton’s NFL debut.

Two teams actually had less than 190 total yards in their respective games. The Carolina Panthers had 187 total yards in their 46-23 blowout loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Then, the Chicago Bears put up 149 total yards in their 19-13 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football.

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