Patriots have their December game faces on. A Week 14 NFL quiz

The Houston Texans and Atlanta Falcons may have spent much of this NFL season thinking it was “their year,” but the 11-2 records they’ve posted suddenly don’t seem so impressive. Not after the Carolina Panthers knocked off Atlanta Sunday, 30-20, and the New England Patriots crushed Houston Monday night, 42-14. Since 2010, the Patriots (10-3) are now 21-0 in games played in the second half of the season and looking increasingly Super Bowl ready. To test your knowledge of Week 14 developments, take this 14-question quiz.

By , Staff writer

1. With 42 more points in Monday night’s obliteration of the Texans, the Patriots remain the highest scoring team in the league, averaging 36.3 points per game. That’s a shade under their 36.8 pace in 2007 the season. But it still can’t match the all-time record of 38.8 points per game posted by what team?

The 1950 Los Angeles Rams are the NFL’s highest scoring team in league history, with an average of 38.8 points game. Norm Van Brocklin was the quarterback who helped Los Angeles become the only team to ever post 60 or more points twice in the same season. The Rams beat the Colts 70-27 and the Lions 65-24 in back-to-back midseason games.

The 1950 Los Angeles Rams are the NFL’s highest scoring team in league history, with an average of 38.8 points game. Norm Van Brocklin was the quarterback who helped Los Angeles become the only team to ever post 60 or more points twice in the same season. The Rams beat the Colts 70-27 and the Lions 65-24 in back-to-back midseason games.

The 1950 Los Angeles Rams are the NFL’s highest scoring team in league history, with an average of 38.8 points game. Norm Van Brocklin was the quarterback who helped Los Angeles become the only team to ever post 60 or more points twice in the same season. The Rams beat the Colts 70-27 and the Lions 65-24 in back-to-back midseason games.

The 1950 Los Angeles Rams are the NFL’s highest scoring team in league history, with an average of 38.8 points game. Norm Van Brocklin was the quarterback who helped Los Angeles become the only team to ever post 60 or more points twice in the same season. The Rams beat the Colts 70-27 and the Lions 65-24 in back-to-back midseason games.

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Los Angeles Rams

 
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