9 NFL Records Could Fall Soon

St. Paul Pioneer Press

Every NFL fan knows that Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and Lions receiver Calvin Johnson are closing in on single-season yardage records. But did you know that Jets punt returner Jeremy Kerley is closing in on the single-season record for most fair catches?

Probably not. And I didn’t either, until I wasted way too much time thumbing through the NFL Record and Fact Book, finding nine single-season records that might be broken in the next nine days. Here they are, in order of importance.

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