We are officially 100 days until the 100th NFL season kicks off.
It'll all be smooth sailing from here.
With 100 days remaining until real football, let's take a gander at some 100-themed trivia provided by our crack NFL Research staff:
Hall of Famer Dan Marino had 217 passing touchdowns in his first 100 career games, most in the Super Bowl era.
The NFL's all-time passing TD leader Peyton Manning (539 career TDs) threw his 100th career pass TD in Week 9, 2001 vs. the Miami Dolphins.
Nine players in NFL history have 100-plus rushing TD. Seven are already in the Hall of Fame:
Three players have recorded 100-plus rushing yards in multiple Super Bowls: Larry Csonka, Terrell Davis and Emmitt Smith.
Hall of Famer LaDainian Tomlinson's record-setting 28th rushing TD in the 2006 season was also his 100th career rush TD (Week 15).
Hall of Famer Jerry Rice had 76 games in his career with 100-plus receiving yards, most in the Super Bowl Era.
Eight players in NFL history have generated four or more seasons with 100-plus receptions:
Six current head coaches have 100-plus career wins: NE Bill Belichick, KC Andy Reid, PIT Mike Tomlin, SEA Pete Carroll, NO Sean Payton and BAL John Harbaugh.