10 NFL Records Poised to Fall in the 2023 Season

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By: Aquib Nawab


In a stunning display of skill, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy is leading the league with a remarkable 119.0 passer rating. He's not just playing; he's on the verge of surpassing Aaron Rodgers’ 12-year-old record.

1. Highest Passer Rating - Brock Purdy

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T.J. Watt of the Pittsburgh Steelers is on a mission to break the ‘official’ sack record of 22½. He's not alone in this pursuit, with stars like Danielle Hunter, Khalil Mack, and Trey Hendrickson close on his heels.

2. Most Sacks

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3. Most Times Sacked

Sam Howell of the Washington Commanders might be facing a less enviable record - breaking David Carr’s 21-year-old mark of being sacked 76 times. With a current tally of 59, this dubious record is within reach, unfortunately.

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C.J. Stroud from the Houston Texans is eyeing the record for most passing yards by a rookie. Despite recent setbacks, he needs 744 more yards to eclipse Andrew Luck’s 11-year-old record.

4. Most Passing Yards

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Rams’ Puka Nacua, an unexpected hero from the fifth round, is now just nine catches away from surpassing Jaylen Waddle’s record of 104 receptions in a rookie season.

5. Most Receptions

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6. Most Receiving Yards

Puka Nacua is also chasing another record - most receiving yards by a rookie. With 1,327 yards already, he needs just 147 more to outdo Bill Groman’s long standing record.

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Detroit Lions’ Sam LaPorta is on the path to outshine Mike Ditka’s record for rookie tight ends. He needs 319 more receiving yards to create a new benchmark.

7. Most Receiving Yards by a Rookie Tight End

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LaPorta is also close to breaking Keith Jackson’s record for most receptions by a rookie tight end. He’s only 11 catches away from rewriting history.

8. Most Receptions by a Rookie Tight End

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9. Most Defensive Touchdowns

DaRon Bland of the Cowboys has already made his mark this season. With one more touchdown, he could surpass Ken Houston’s record for defensive touchdowns in a single season.

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Miami Dolphins’ Tyreek Hill, despite an injury, is still in the running to become the league’s first 2,000-yard receiver. He needs to average 141 yards per game to overtake Calvin Johnson's near-record.

10. Most Receiving Yards Overall

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