Couple more useless stats for you.
Indianapolis Colts' Head Coach Tony Dungy has beaten all 32 teams in the NFL in his career, including the Indianapolis Colts (when he was with Tampa Bay). I have no idea how unusual that stat is, but it sounds cool.
Colts' QB Peyton Manning threw his 256th touchdown pass today, putting him 10th in NFL history.
Brett Favre, QB for the struggling Green Bay Packers, threw his first touchdown pass at the Miami Dolphins stadium today. He's now thrown touchdown passes in 36 different venues. Yes, that is four more than there are teams in the NFL. Some teams have moved since 1991 when he started playing.
Carolina Panthers QB Jake Delhomme has never thrown an interception in the Red Zone until today, when Bengal Kevin Kaesviharn picked off a pass intended for Keyshawn Johnson.
All of this week's games were sold out, for a record-setting seventh week. The previous record was four consecutive weeks, in 2004 and 2005.
I find the idea of filling your head with useless information quite stimulating.