With the 2011 season about a month away, I took a look at some things you should keep an eye on this season. There are several players that can make a serious push for their teams record books, and for the NFL's too. Without further adieu;
- L. Fitzgerald needs 293 receiving yards to claim the teams top spot. He also needs 2 TD's to claim that milestone too.
-M. Turner needs 10 rushing TD's to be the teams #1 rushing TD scorer.
-R. White needs 1271 receiving yards to take the top spot.
-S. Smith needs 372 receiving yards to be the all-time Panther leader.
-D. Driver will take the #1 position in receiving yards this year with only 42 yards.
-A. Foster only needs 5 rushing TD's to claim that spot. Keep in mind that Houston has only been a team since 2002.
-M. Jones-Drew needs 9 rushing TD's to be the Jag's #1 guy.
-A. Peterson needs 1062 rushing yards and 1 rushing TD to put his name in the Vikings record books.
-C. Portis needs 649 rushing yards to be the Skins' all-time leading rusher.
Now for the league records;
T. Gonzalez needs 259 receiving yards to move to #14 all time, ahead of Art Monk. He can also move ahead of Issac Bruce for #9 all-time if he hauls in 4 TD' receptions.
-P. Manning can move to #2 all-time in TD passes and pass Dan Marino with just 22 end zone catches.
-T. Brady can move ahead of J. Montana, D. Krieg, V. Testaverde, J. Unitas, W. Moon and J. Elway with 40 TD passes. This would make him #5 all-time. He could pass everyone except Elway and move to #6 with 31, move to #7 and behind Moon with 30, #8 and behind Unitas with only 15.
On a sadder note. Miami Dolphins RB R. Williams left the team just short of 2 team records. With 302 rushing yards and 6 rushing TD's he would have been #1 all-time in the Dolphins franchise.