Rams V Atlanta Milestones
RAMS VS. ATLANTA FALCONS MILESTONES:
Sunday, January 6, 2002
The Rams (503) became the first team in NFL history to score 500 points in three consecutive seasons.
The Rams (14) set a franchise records for wins in the regular season.
The Rams have a 14-2 record for the first time in franchise history.
TE Ernie Conwell tied a career high with 75 receiving yards, made his eighth career touchdown reception in the second quarter and made a career-long 47-yard reception in the third quarter.
RB Marshall Faulk became the first player in NFL history with four consecutive 2,000-yard seasons (total yards from scrimmage).
Faulk (59) set a team record for touchdowns, surpassing Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson (58).
Faulk (110) moved into ninth place on the NFLís career list of touchdowns, breaking a tie with Barry Sanders (109).
Faulk recorded his 30th career 100-yard rushing game, 16th as a Ram, fifth this season.
Faulk (14,889) moved into 10th on the NFLís career list of total yards from scrimmage, surpassing Hall of Famer Jim Brown (14,811).
Faulk gained 226 total yards. The Rams are 24-1 when Faulk totals at least 150 yards and have won 21 consecutive.
Faulk recorded his 12th career 200 total yard game, second this season.
The Rams are 23-0 when they have a 100-yard rusher since moving to St. Louis in 1995.
DE Leonard Little registered two sacks for the second consecutive game, increasing his team-leading total to 14.5 for the season.
CB Dexter McCleon made his 19th career interception in the first quarter and gained a career-high 43 yards on the return.
WR Ricky Proehl made two touchdown receptions for the third time in his career, fourth time including playoffs.
Rams QB Kurt Warner (4,830) moved into second on the NFLís all-time list of singe season passing yards, surpassing Dan Fouts, San Diego, 1981 (4,802).
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