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NFL Week 6: Key injuries, streaks, and Monday’s game capsule

Key injuries

Arizona: DE Calais Campbell, sore leg

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Buffalo: LB Manny Lawson, strained hamstring

Dallas: RB DeMarco Murray, sprained knee; DE DeMarcus Ware, strained quadriceps

Denver: OT Orlando Franklin, sprained knee

Detroit: CB Rashean Mathis, strained groin

Green Bay: WR James Jones, sore knee; WR Randall Cobb, bruised knee

Houston: QB Matt Schaub, sprained ankle, S Danieal Manning, strained knee; WR Keshawn Martin, sore shoulder

Jacksonville: WR Cecil Shorts, bruised shoulder

Kansas City: OT Branden Albert, bruised knee

Minnesota: S Harrison Smith, turf toe; CB Xavier Rhodes, sprained ankle; LB Desmond Bishop, sprained knee

New England: CB Aqib Talib, sore hip; WR Danny Amendola, concussion

New Orleans: TE Jimmy Graham, sore ankle

NY Jets: RB Bilal Powell, sore shoulder; RB Mike Goodson, strained knee; WR Clyde Gates, sore shoulder; CB Kyle Wilson, dizziness

Oakland: C Andre Gurode, sore knee; OT Tony Pashos, sore groin

Pittsburgh: OT Levi Brown, sore triceps; TE David Johnson, bruised wrist

Seattle: DE Chris Clemons, hyperextended elbow; K Steven Hauschka, concussion-like symptoms

Tennessee: LB Moise Fokou, sprained knee

Washington: LB Bryan Kehl, sprained knee; CB David Amerson, concussion

Streaks, etc.

 The Broncos’ Wes Welker and Anquan Boldin of the 49ers both eclipsed 800 career receptions, the 27th and 28th players to reach the milestone.

 Matthew Stafford recorded his 13th game with at least three TD passes, breaking Bobby Layne’s Lions record.

 LeSean McCoy’s 630 yards rushing and 871 total yards from scrimmage are the most by an Eagles player through the first six games of a season.

 The Eagles joined the 2007 Patriots and 1983 Chargers as the only teams to gain at least 400 yards in each of their first six games.

 The Ravens had won 13 straight at home against NFC opponents.

Monday’s game

INDIANAPOLIS (4-1) AT SAN DIEGO (2-3)

When: 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)

Where: Qualcomm Stadium.

Line: Colts by 1½.

Last meeting: Chargers won, 36-17, in 2010.

Of note: Indy’s Andrew Luck (7 TDs, 94.1 rating) and San Diego’s Philip Rivers (13 TDs, 110.6 rating) have been arguably the AFC’s top two quarterbacks behind Peyton Manning. Rivers’s 73.7 completion percentage is on pace to shatter his own team record of 66.0 (set in 2010). Both teams posted season-low rushing totals last week — the Colts gaining 109 against Seattle (3.7 per carry) and the Chargers just 36 (1.9 average) against Oakland.

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