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NFL Week 10 - Browns, Jets Notes

CLEVELAND: RB PEYTON HILLIS, who was acquired via trade by the Browns in March, leads the team with 644 rushing yards and seven rushing touchdowns. Hillis is on pace (1,288 rush yards, 14 rush TDs) to join JIM BROWN, LEROY KELLY and MIKE PRUITT as the only running backs in franchise history to have 1,000 rushing yards and 10 rushing touchdowns in a season…

TE BENJAMIN WATSON leads the team in receptions (31) and receiving yards (360) and can challenge to become the third Browns tight end to reach 800 receiving yards in a season, joining Pro Football Hall of Famer OZZIE NEWSOME and KELLEN WINSLOW.

NEW YORK JETS: Jets newcomer LADAINIAN TOMLINSON has 599 rushing yards and is on pace (1,198) to join Pro Football Hall of Fame running backs EMMITT SMITH (11), WALTER PAYTON (10), BARRY SANDERS (10) and former Jet CURTIS MARTIN (10) as the only players with at least nine 1,000-yard rushing seasons…

Third-year TE DUSTIN KELLER is tied for a team lead with five touchdowns receptions and is on pace to tie RICH CASTER (10 in 1972) for the most touchdown catches by a tight end in franchise history…

DE JASON TAYLOR (130.5) needs three sacks to surpass LAWRENCE TAYLOR (132.5) and LESLIE O’NEAL (132.5) for the eighth most sacks since 1982.

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