Last week, Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr became just the fifth player in NFL history to throw for 3,000 yards and 20 touchdown passes in the first two years of his career. Carr also became the first Raiders quarterback to throw for more than 3,000 yards in back-to-back seasons since Kerry Collins (2004-05). Earlier this season, wide receiver Amari Cooper set new Raiders rookie records for receptions and receiving yards.
Carr needs just three more touchdown passes to tie Jeff George for the third most in a season (29) in Raiders history.
Cooper needs just 80 yards to become the fourth rookie since 1960 with 1,000 receiving yards through his team's first 13 games (Bill Groman, Randy Moss and Anquan Boldin).
Cooper needs just 80 yards to become the first Raider since Randy Moss in 2005 with 1,000 receiving yards, and become the 10th different Raider to reach that mark.
WR Michael Crabtree is looking to extend the fifth longest active streak in the NFL with at least four receptions in a 14th straight game. In 2015, his 12 straight games with four receptions are already the most by a Raider to begin a season.
Crabtree can become the first Raider since Tim Brown (nine) in 2001 with eight receiving touchdowns in a season with his next TD catch.
Kicker Sebastian Janikowski's next field goal of 50 or more yards will tie Jason Hanson's NFL record of 52.
Janikowski needs three made field goals to tie him with Nick Lowery (383) for 10th place on the all-time list.
Punter Marquette King needs to place six more punts inside the 20-yard line to tie Ray Guy (32
in 1985) for the second most punts inside the 20 in a season (since the statistic became official in 1976).
If DE Khalil Mack records at least two sacks in a third straight game, he'll be the first player to do so in 2015 and just the second Raider since 2001 (Derrick Burgess, 2005).
If Mack totals two sacks for a third straight game, he'll tie the longest streak in the entire NFL since 2002 (Simeon Rice, five straight games in 2002).
Mack needs one sack to become the first Raider with 10 sacks in a season since Warren Sapp (10) and Derrick Burgess (11) each did so in 2006.
If Mack notches a fifth multi-sack game before the end of the 2015 campaign, he'll tie Anthony Smith (1991-92) for the most by a Raider through his first two seasons.
Running back Latavius Murray needs 149 rushing yards to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark for the first time in his career and the 15th time in Raiders franchise history.
Tight end Clive Walford needs one more touchdown catch this season to tie Rickey Dudley and Mychal Rivera (four) for the second most all-time by a Raiders rookie tight end.
Safety Charles Woodson needs one more interception to reach 66 and move into sole possession of fifth place on the all-time list, breaking his tie with Ken Riley.
Woodson needs two interceptions to tie Dave Grayson (29) for seventh on the Raiders' franchise list.
Woodson needs one defensive touchdown to pass Rod Woodson and Darren Sharper for the NFL's all-time record. An interception return for a touchdown would be Woodson's 12th, tying him with R. Woodson for the most in NFL annals.