Dickey's previous season high for wins was 11 games, also with the New York Mets.
While you may have been gearing up with the NFL season, you might have missed the fact that Derek Jetsr leads all of MLB in hits this season with 202. That is 11 more than the next closest player, Miguel Cabrera. Can anyone argue that Jeter isn't one of the greatest MLB athletes of our time, not to mention, ever?
148.3 - Passing yards per game by Aaron Rodgers against the Seahawks
100 - Rushing yards per game by Marshawn Lynch on Monday night (in 3 games)
64 - Rushing yards against the Packers defense by Marshawn Lynch in 17 rushing attempts
13 - Regular Season Games all-time between the Packers and Seahawks
8 - Wins (Regular Season) by the Packers against Seattle
6 - Wins by the Packers in the last 7 games against Seattle
3 - Wins by Aaron Rodgers against Seattle in 3 games
2 - Playoff wins by the Packers against Seattle
Did you know...........that although Mike Holmgren had great success as a Green Bay Packers coach, he is the all-time winningest head coach for the Seattle Seahawks with 86 victories?
21 - All-time Meetings
17 - Wins by the Steelers
4 - Wins by the Jets
1970 - First meeting, won by the Steelers, 21-17
1 - Win by the Jets in Pittsburgh
8 - Losses by the Jets in Pittsburgh
12, 13, 28, 73, 90 - Numbers retired by the Jets
70 - Number retired by the Steelers
10 - Longest win streak by one team over the other - by Green Bay over Chicago between 1994 and 1998
1921 - Year that the Packers and Bears first played
7 - Days after Pearl Harbor was attacked in 1941 that the Bears and Packers first met in the playoffs
22 - NFL Championships between the two teams
48 - Hall of Famers between the two teams
49 - Points the Packers scored to the Bears' 0 in a September 1962 game
Stats courtesy of Wikipedia
Bears on Best by the Numbers
Packers on Best by the Numbers
Well with receivers like Torrey Smith and Anquan Boldin, and a new favorite tight end target in Dennis Pitta, Flacco may be piling up more yardage this year than ever before.
Stats courtesy ofpro-football-reference.com
Mark Sanchez deserves to be honored for the number of the day, with his jersey number 6 after silencing the large amount of critics he had prior to Sunday's game.
Sanchez completed more than 70% of his passes for three touchdowns and a resounding win over AFC East foe Buffalo.
Record vs Giants - 6-7
Completion percentage vs Giants - 66.9%
Passing yardage vs Giants - 2795, 215 yards per game
TDs vs Giants - 26, 2.00 per game
INTs vs Giants - 12, 0.92 per game
QB rating vs Giants - 104.4
Rushing TDs vs Giants - 2
Record vs Cowboys - 9-7
Completion percentage vs Cowboys - 60.8%
Passing yardage vs Cowboys - 4065, 254.1 yards per game
TDs vs Cowboys - 32, 2.0 per game
INTs vs Cowboys - 18, 1.13 per game
QB rating vs Cowboys - 89.7
Rushing TDs vs Cowboys - 0
All stats above are courtesy of pro-football-reference.com
Looking at the stats above can you tell who is best against their rival?