Tom Brady
GLENDALE, ARIZONA - DECEMBER 25: Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers throws the ball against the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium on December 25, 2022 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)

NFL Records to Watch


There are 9 NFL records that could be broken in the final two weeks of the 2022 regular season.

NFL Records to Watch

  1. Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB, needs 57 more pass attempts to break Matthew Stafford’s record (727 pass attempts) set in 2012.
  2. Brady also needs 43 more completions to break his own record (485 completions) set in 2021.
  3. Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City QB, needs 758 more passing yards to break Peyton Manning’s record (5,477 passing yards) set in 2013.
  4. Justin Jefferson, Minnesota Vikings WR, need 209 more receiving yards to break Calvin Johnson’s record (1,964 receiving yards) set in 2012.
  5. The Philadelphia Eagles need six more rushing TDs to break the Green Bay Packers record (36 TDs) set in 1962.
  6. The Philadelphia Eagles need 12 more sacks to break the Chicago Bears record (72 sacks) set in 1984.
  7. Ryan Stonehouse, Tennessee Titans Punter, currently leads the NFL in Gross Punting Average (53.37 yards). The current record belongs to Sammy Baugh (51.40 yards) set in 1940. Stonehouse also has a great opportunity to break the rookie record held by Michael Dickson (48.19 yards) set in 2018.
  8. Tommy Townsend, Kansas City Chiefs Punter, currently leads the NFL in Net Punting Average (45.50 yards). The current record is held by Johnny Hekker (46.00 yards) set in 2016.
  9. As a league, the NFL is averaging 4.46 yards per carry and could break the single-season league record, 4.42, established in 2018.