* Best day passing: Joe Montana, San Francisco, 24-36-0, 398 yards, 2 TDs.
* Best day rushing: Derrick Fenner, Seattle, 22 carries, 144 yards, 2 TDs.
* Best day receiving: Jerry Rice, San Francisco, 8 catches, 171 yards, 1 TD.
* Longest touchdown passing: Joe Montana, San Francisco, 67 yards to Brent Jones.
* Longest touchdown rushing: Rueben Mayes, New Orleans, 14 yards.
* Longest field goal: Chip Lohmiller, Washington, 55 yards.
SG * Most field goals: 4, Kevin Butler, Chicago, 23, 32, 51, 52 yards.
* Derrick Fenner, Seattle, 22 carries, 144 yards, 2 TDs.
* Bobby Humphrey, Denver, 25 carries, 129 yards, 0 TDs.
L * Christian Okoye, Kansas City, 23 carries, 122 yards, 1 TD.
E9 * Anthony Toney, Philadelphia, 24 carries, 103 yards.
* Jerry Rice, San Francisco, 8 catches, 171 yards, 1 TD.
* Henry Ellard, Los Angeles Rams, 7 catches, 145 cards, 1 TD.
Mervyn Fernandez, Los Angeles Raiders, 5 catches, 130 yards, 1 TD.
* Andre Rison, Atlanta, 11 catches, 128 yards, 0 TDs.
* Drew Hill, Houston, 10 catches, 123 yards, 0 TDs.
E9 * Vance Johnson, Denver, 9 catches, 120 yards, 0 TDs.
* Joe Montana, San Francisco, 24-36-0, 398 yards, 2 TDs.
B6 * Warren Moon, Houston, 29-39-1, 308 yards, 3 TDs.
Records, streaks and milestones
* Four field goals by the Washington Redskins' Chip Lohmiller's gave him at least one in the last 23 straight games, tying him with the New Orleans Saints' Morten Anderson for third on the all-time list. Fred Cox of the Minnesota Vikings holds the record with 31 consecutive games.
With their victory over the Miami Dolphins, the New York Giants have beaten every team in the NFL at least once.
* The Cincinnati Bengals' Jim Breech set a record for scoring in consecutive games when he kicked a 46-yard field goal on Cincinnati's first possession against New England. Breech, 34, has scored in 152 consecutive games, surpassing Fred Cox of Minnesota.
* The Houston Oilers' Warren Moon became Houston's all-time leading passer in his team's 24-10 victory over the Indianapolis Colts. He has 19,289 career passing yards, surpassing the record set by former quarterback George Blanda.
* When the Cleveland Browns' Bernie Kosar was intercepted by the San Diego Chargers' Sam Seale in the second quarter of San Diego's 24-14 victory, it ended a streak of 152 straight regular-season passes without an interception.
* The Los Angeles Raiders made it eight victories without a loss at the Los Angeles Coliseum since Art Shell became coach Oct. 3.
* The San Francisco 49ers' Roger Craig tied Walter Payton's record for career receptions (492) by a running back. Craig also broke the 49ers' team mark for career carries. Craig carried 18 times, giving him 1,597 in his eight years with San Francisco, surpassing the record of 1,582 set by Ken Willard from 1965-73.
* The Washington Redskins' Mark Rypien suffered a sprained knee with two minutes left in the half and watched the rest of the game with the Dallas Cowboys on crutches.
* San Diego Chargers safety Vencie Glenn sustained a concussion when he tackled Cleveland's Reggie Langhorne on a third-quarter reception.
* The Minnesota Vikings' Wade Wilson injured his right thumb while being sacked on the s final play of a 19-16 loss to the Chicago Bears. He might miss two months.
* New York Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor injured his left hamstring on the final play of the Giants' 20-3 victory over the Miami Dolphins, and his status for next Sunday's game with Dallas is uncertain. Giants tight end Mark Bavaro sprained his right ankle early in the first quarter, but returned. Giants quarterback Phil Simms injured his left ankle late in the first half but returned for the second half.
* Los Angeles Raiders rookie cornerback Garry Lewis suffered a broken clavicle in the game's opening series. He probably will be placed on the injured reserve list during the next couple of days.
* The Atlanta Falcons' Steve Broussard, the team's 1990 No. 1 draft choice, had to be helped from the field after a hit by the San Francisco 49ers' Ronnie Lott late in the third quarter. He did not return.
* Denver Broncos starting cornerback Tyrone Braxton left with a hyperextended knee late in the first quarter.
* The Indianapolis Colts' Jack Trudeau replaced rookie quarterback starter Jeff George in the second quarter when George was bothered by a stomach ailment. George went back into the game in the final minutes after Trudeau and No. 3 quarterback Mark Herrmann were forced to the sidelines by injuries. Herrmann, who came on after Trudeau injured his left hand, was helped from the field and taken to the locker room with a collarbone injury after two plays. George, who had missed practice earlier in the week with abdominal problems, returned and showed signs of pain as he reached to touch himself after each passing attempt.
Let him play