TENNESSEE TITANS quarterback VINCE YOUNG leads the AFC with a 103.1 passer rating and aims to improve on that mark with the arrival of All-Pro wide receiver RANDY MOSS. Moss has 14,778 career receiving yards, and needs 222 more receiving yards to join JERRY RICE with 22,895 yards, TERRELL OWENS (15,721) and ISAAC BRUCE (15,208) as the only players in NFL history with 15,000 career receiving yards.
Running back CHRIS JOHNSON ranks second in the NFL with eight rushing touchdowns, and is on pace for 16 on the season which could challenge RB EARL CAMPBELL's franchise record of 19 set in 1979.
On the defensive side of the ball, safety MICHAEL GRIFFIN is tied for an AFC-best with four interceptions, and is on target to surpass his career-high of seven interceptions in 2008 when he made the Pro Bowl.
MIAMI DOLPHINS acquired wide receiver BRANDON MARSHALL via trade with the Broncos back in April, and he has been a welcome addition in Miami. Marshall who has reached 100 receptions in each of the past three seasons, is on target (52) for 104 catches this year, which would join him with MARVIN HARRISON as the only players to have 100 receptions in four consecutive seasons in NFL history.
The Pro Bowl receiver Marshall leads the team with 618 receiving yards, and is on pace for 1,236 yards. He would become the first Dolphins player with 1,200 plus receiving yards in a season since IRVING FRYAR did it in 1994 with 1,270 yards.
Linebacker CAMERON WAKE leads the AFC with 8.5 sacks, and is on pace to test former Miami great JASON TAYLOR's record of 18.5 sacks in 2002. That was the most sacks in a season in their franchise's history.