I stand corrected on the tackles stats for Roman Harper. I was using a personal website that sited records upon request and they were wrong about the total tackle records for a safety. Additionally after the Atlanta game, the tackle project drops to 85 tackles and 24 assists for 109 total, which is a drop of 2. His sack projection has dropped from 11 to 10.5.
Jimmy Graham had a good game against the Falcons, but some his numbers dropped as well. He still projects to 99 catches. I really want him to get the 102 catch record for a tight end,so he needs to get those 4 more catches from somewhere. He now projects out to 1397 yards that would be a record for tight ends, but I would love for him to get to 1400 yards for the season. His 87.3 ypg would be a record by a lot.
Darren Sproles has already passed his personal best for rushing yards for a season with 348 yards which is 3 more yards they his personal best to date. He projects out to 557 yards rushing for the season. He projects out to 96 catches for 717 yards, 1016 kick return yards and 277 punt return yards. That's a total of 2567 yards, which would be the most by any running back in NFL history, but 123 short of the NFL record held by Derrick Mason. The record for a running back is held by Lionel James with 2535 all purpose yards in 1985 for San Diego.
Drew Brees is still on pace to break the yardage record by a lot. He projects out to 5322 yards. The record by Marino is 5084. Of course his 332.6 ypg would be a record. He now is second in most consecutive games with at least one td pass, 37. Unitas has the record at 47. Brees is presently on a record streak of most consecutive games with at least 20 completions at 30. Brees has set a new record for the most 30 completion games in a season with 7. He projects to 478 completions, which would shatter Manning's record of 450 completions. He projects to 675 attempts, which would not break Bledsoe's record of 691 attempts. He already has the most 30 completion games for a career with 27. He is still ahead of his pass completion percentage record with 70.9, he holds the record at 70.6. Aaron Rodgers dropped from 72.4 to 71.8. He will drop even more as the season gets very wet and cold in Wisconsin. He projects out to 37 touchdowns, which would be a personal best.
So I reask the poll question, who is having the more fantastic season. The winner in the previous poll was Graham.