NFL Week 18: All-time and rookie records that could be broken on the final day

NFL records were destined to be broken, after 17 games were played for each team for the first time this season.

Here is the list of notable brands that have been established or are about to be broken for this Week 18, courtesy of ESPN Data.


CLOSE TO NFL RECORDS

-Cooper Kupp needs 136 Rec yds to break the NFL record. Plus 12 receptions to break the all-time high.

-TJ Watt needs 1.5 sacks to break the NFL record.

CLOSE TO ROOKIE BRANDS

-Jaylen Waddle needs three receptions to break rookie record.

-Ja’Marr Chase needs 44 Rec yds to break the rookie record.

-Micah Parsons needs 2.0 sacks to break the rookie record.

-Kyle Pitts needs 59 Rec yds to break the rookie tight end record.

THEY HAVE ALREADY SET RECORDS FOR THEIR TEAM

BAL: Mark Andrews set the Ravens record in Rec yds.

CHI: Robert Quinn set sack record for the Bears.

CIN: Trey Hendrickson set sack record for the Bengals.

CIN: Joe Burrow set the Bengals’ passing yards record. Also the TD’s.

CLE: Myles Garrett set the sack record for the Browns.

GB: Davante Adams set the record for receptions for the Packers.

IND: Jonathan Taylor set the Colts yardage record. Also that of TD.

KC: Tyreek Hill set the record for receptions for the Chiefs.

LAR: Kupp set receptions record for the Rams. Likewise, that of Rec yds.

LV: Justin Herbert set the TD passing record for Chargers.

PIT: Watt set the Steelers sack record.