- By Mike Wilson
There are 9 NFL records that could be broken in the final two weeks of the 2022 regular season.
NFL Records to Watch
- Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB, needs 57 more pass attempts to break Matthew Stafford’s record (727 pass attempts) set in 2012.
- Brady also needs 43 more completions to break his own record (485 completions) set in 2021.
- Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City QB, needs 758 more passing yards to break Peyton Manning’s record (5,477 passing yards) set in 2013.
- Justin Jefferson, Minnesota Vikings WR, need 209 more receiving yards to break Calvin Johnson’s record (1,964 receiving yards) set in 2012.
- The Philadelphia Eagles need six more rushing TDs to break the Green Bay Packers record (36 TDs) set in 1962.
- The Philadelphia Eagles need 12 more sacks to break the Chicago Bears record (72 sacks) set in 1984.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.