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Week 5 NFL 'Tweets' of the Week

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– Tweets of the Week –   The NFL sends out the best that they find and we print the one that has the most relevance here in Baltimore:

@ NFLFootballInfo: Kyle Orton's 1,419 passing yards is 2nd-best in NFL history thru 1st 4 games (Warner, '00, 1,557)

Broncos quarterback KYLE ORTON, who is averaging 354.8 passing yards per game, has passed for a league-best 1,419 yards this year, the second-highest total in NFL history through a season’s first four games.  Orton passed for a career-high 476 yards with one touchdown in a Week 3 matchup against Indianapolis and has thrown for more than 300 yards in three consecutive contests.
 
The quarterbacks who have thrown for the most yards through a season’s first four games:
 
PLAYER /TEAM / YEAR / PASSING YARDS
Kurt Warner / St. Louis / 2000 / 1,557
Kyle Orton / Denver / 2010 / 1,419
Drew Bledsoe / New England / 1994 / 1,417
Steve Young / San Francisco / 1998 / 1,382
Dan Marino / Miami / 1994 / 1,370