5 NFL Stats to Know Through Week 10

LeGarrette Blount is running hot, and the Jaguars can't run at all. What should you know through Week 10?

Week 10 got off to a slow start with the Cleveland Browns picking up their 10th straight loss on Thursday night, but we didn't have to wait long for the action to pick up.

The Denver Broncos pulled out a late victory over the New Orleans Saints by way of the first defensive two-point conversion return of this season, after blocking an extra point attempt. The Tennessee Titans did not leave us short of entertainment either, putting up their highest score of the season with 47 points over the Green Bay Packers. That marked the most points that the Packers have allowed in a game since Week 12 of 2008.

And the action wrapped up on Monday night with Odell Beckham becoming the fastest player to reach 3,500 career receiving yards, by doing so in just 36 games.

Now, before we move on to Week 11, here are five stats to know -- both traditional and our advanced statistics, namely Net Expected Points (NEP) -- from the first 10 weeks of the 2016 NFL season.