The San Francisco 49ers finally ended their NFL-longest drought without having a 1,000-yard rusher, as Christian McCaffrey reached that milestone. Additionally, several other fascinating facts emerged from Week 13 of the NFL season. For example, the New England Patriots became the first team since 1938 to lose three consecutive games while holding their opponent to 10 points or less. Tyreek Hill became the first player in NFL history to reach at least 150 receiving yards and score a touchdown in five different games during a single season, among others. The report outlines various unprecedented records and statistics achieved by several NFL stars during the week. Notably, Mike Evans, DeAndre Hopkins, and other players made noteworthy achievements during their games. Additionally, fans were also treated to the progression of rookies including C.J. Stroud and De’Von Achane making an impact in the season. Not only did LaFleur continue his unbeaten streak for December in coaching, but the New York Jets hit a low point as they still only have 10 touchdowns for the season. Despite the absence of new records set in this week’s games, future attention is to be directed at Bill Belichick, as he edges closer to becoming the head coach with the most losses. This week showcased an array of remarkable record-breaking and historical moments within NFL games.