Earlier this afternoon Calvin Johnson failed to accumulate the 108 yards needed to become the first 2,000 yard receiver in league history. Aldon Smith and J.J. Watt fail to record the sacks needed to break the single-season sack record and Adrian Peterson came up just NINE yards shy of breaking
Tonight’s Monday Night Football game is being played on Saturday night (since Monday is Christmas eve), and it’s a huge match-up for two reasons. 1) Atlanta is chasing the No. 1 seed in the NFC postseason. 2) Calvin Johnson Jr. is chasing down Jerry Rice’s coveted receiving record. Sure, a
It’s no secret that the Minnesota Vikings’ 27-year old running back Adrian Peterson (also referred to as “AP” or “AD,” which is short for “All Day”) is just 294 yards away from further immortalizing himself within Pro Football history by breaking Eric Dickerson’s single-season rushing yards record of 2,105. With
Rookies ruled the NFL in yesterday’s action, with two records being broken in fashion. Indianapolis’ Andrew Luck broke the single-game passing yards record with 433 yards in a 23-20 win over Miami’s starting rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill. The previous record was 432, set by Carolina’s Cam Newton a season ago.