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Published: Oct. 4, 2018 at 02:23 p.m.
Updated: Oct. 9, 2018 at 10:34 a.m.

2018 Milestones

With a quarter of the 2018 NFL Season over, let's take a look at some milestones that have been met and some records that are close to be broken.

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  • New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees surpassed Peyton Manning's record to become all-time NFL passing yards leader. In week 5 against Washington Redskins. 14

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    Drew Brees

    New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees surpassed Peyton Manning's record to become all-time NFL passing yards leader. In week 5 against Washington Redskins.

  • Tom Brady is 12 passing touchdowns away from passing Peyton Manning for the most passing touchdowns of all time, including playoffs. Through four games this season, Brady has nine passing touchdowns. 13

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    Tom Brady

    Tom Brady is 12 passing touchdowns away from passing Peyton Manning for the most passing touchdowns of all time, including playoffs. Through four games this season, Brady has nine passing touchdowns.

  • Adam Vinatieri passed Morten Andersen for the most field goals made in Week 4 against the Texans. 12

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    Adam Vinatieri

    Adam Vinatieri passed Morten Andersen for the most field goals made in Week 4 against the Texans.

  • If Rob Gronkowski finishes this season with 1,000 yards, he will break the record for most 1,000-yard seasons by a tight end in NFL History. Gronkowski has 233 receiving yards through four games this season. 11

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    Rob Gronkowski

    If Rob Gronkowski finishes this season with 1,000 yards, he will break the record for most 1,000-yard seasons by a tight end in NFL History. Gronkowski has 233 receiving yards through four games this season.

  • If Julio Jones finishes this season with 1,400+ receiving yards, he will become the first player to finish with 1,400+ receiving yards in five consecutive seasons. Jones has 502 receiving yards through four games this season. 10

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    Julio Jones

    If Julio Jones finishes this season with 1,400+ receiving yards, he will become the first player to finish with 1,400+ receiving yards in five consecutive seasons. Jones has 502 receiving yards through four games this season.

  • If Michael Thomas finishes this season with 90+ receptions, he will join Odell Beckham Jr. as the only players to have 90+ receptions in each of their first three seasons. Thomas has 42 receptions through four games this season and has surpassed Wes Welker for most receptions through first four games of a season since 1950. 9

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    Michael Thomas

    If Michael Thomas finishes this season with 90+ receptions, he will join Odell Beckham Jr. as the only players to have 90+ receptions in each of their first three seasons. Thomas has 42 receptions through four games this season and has surpassed Wes Welker for most receptions through first four games of a season since 1950.

  • Kamara's 35 receptions are the most by a running back through the first four weeks of any season since 1970. 8

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    Alvin Kamara

    Kamara's 35 receptions are the most by a running back through the first four weeks of any season since 1970.

  • Jarvis Landry is just three receptions away from breaking the record for most receptions through a player's first five seasons in the NFL. Landry has 24 receptions so far this season. 7

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    Jarvis Landry

    Jarvis Landry is just three receptions away from breaking the record for most receptions through a player's first five seasons in the NFL. Landry has 24 receptions so far this season.

  • Antonio Brown needs four more games with 10+ receptions to break Andre Johnson's record for most games with 10+ receptions. Has zero games with 10+ receptions this season. 6

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    Antonio Brown

    Antonio Brown needs four more games with 10+ receptions to break Andre Johnson's record for most games with 10+ receptions. Has zero games with 10+ receptions this season.

  • Larry Fitzgerald is 33 receptions away from breaking Jerry Rice's record for most receptions with a single franchise. Fitzgerald has 15 receptions this season. 5

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    Larry Fitzgerald

    Larry Fitzgerald is 33 receptions away from breaking Jerry Rice's record for most receptions with a single franchise. Fitzgerald has 15 receptions this season.

  • If Russell Wilson finishes this season with 3,000+ yards and 20+ touchdowns, he will tie Peyton Manning as the only two quarterbacks to accomplish those feats in each of their first seven seasons. Wilson has 888 pass yards and seven touchdowns so far this season. 4

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    Russell Wilson

    If Russell Wilson finishes this season with 3,000+ yards and 20+ touchdowns, he will tie Peyton Manning as the only two quarterbacks to accomplish those feats in each of their first seven seasons. Wilson has 888 pass yards and seven touchdowns so far this season.

  • Mark Ingram needs 735 yards to become the Saints' all-time rushing leader. Ingram needs six more touchdowns to become the Saints' all-time leader in rushing touchdowns. 3

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    Mark Ingram

    Mark Ingram needs 735 yards to become the Saints' all-time rushing leader. Ingram needs six more touchdowns to become the Saints' all-time leader in rushing touchdowns.

  • With 500 yards, Duke Johnson would become the first running back with 500 receiving yards in each of his first four seasons. 2

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    Duke Johnson

    With 500 yards, Duke Johnson would become the first running back with 500 receiving yards in each of his first four seasons.

  • Saquon Barkley became the first Giants player to rush for 100+ yards in his NFL debut. 1

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    Saquon Barkley

    Saquon Barkley became the first Giants player to rush for 100+ yards in his NFL debut.