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Quarterbacks Passing Yards Three quarterbacks can reach 5,000 yards in week 17o   Drew Brees needs 219 yardso   Matthew Stafford needs 305 yardso   Tony Romo needs 315 yardsPassing TD’s Drew Brees needs 1 td to reach 40 on the year.Running Backs Rushing Yards                 Adrian Peterson needs 102 yards to hit 2,000 on the year.o   He needs 208 to break Eric Dickerson’s 2,105 yard single season record.Rushing TD’s                 Arian Foster needs 1 td to reach 15 or two for a td/game average.Wide Receivers Receiving Yards                 Calvin Johnson needs 108 yards to hit the 2,000 yard mark.o   He has already broken the single season record mark of 1,848 set by Jerry Rice.    Two receivers can reach 1,500 yards      o  Brandon Marshall needs 34 yards.      o  Andre Johnson needs 43 yards.Receptions                AJ Green needs 5 catches to reach 100 receptions on the year.Tight EndsJason Witten already has 103 receptions and is the only TE likely to hit 100 this year. Witten only needs 17 yards to hit 1,000 yards and is also the only TE likely to do so.               
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