Milestones the Tennessee Titans could hit in final week

SANTA CLARA, CA - DECEMBER 17: Rishard Matthews
SANTA CLARA, CA - DECEMBER 17: Rishard Matthews /

Tennessee Titans individual stats to watch for tomorrow.

The season is on the line tomorrow and in just over 24 hours we will know if the Titans are in the playoffs or if the season has come to a disappointing halt.

Lost in all of the success of this season (I know that sounds weird given the absolute collapse over the last month) is some individual accolades that could be hit by the end of this week.

Check out some stats that players could hit with a good game tomorrow.

Marcus Mariota

-A completion rate of 62.3% (where he stands now) or higher would be Marcus Mariota’s highest completion percentage since entering the league three years ago.

-With one more touchdown run, he would hit six which is three times as may as he has had in any other year.

-With 329 yard he would hit a new career high for passing yards in a season with 3,427.

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Delanie Walker

-With 12 yards he would have his fourth consecutive 800 yard season, adding to a ring of honor career with the Titans.

Rishard Matthews

-Matthews is at 15.2 yards per catch right now, just 0.2 behind his career high. If he has a big game with an explosive play or two, he could set a new record.

-With 12 yards, Matthews would become the first Titans WR to have 800 yards or more in back to back season since Derrick Mason in 2003-2004 (14 years).

Corey Davis

-It is a long shot, but with a 125 yard day, Davis would be one of the rare Titans rookie receivers to hit the 500 yard mark.

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Wesley Woodyard

-With six tackles he can become the second Titans player in a decade to record more than 125 tackles in a season.

Adoree Jackson

-With two pass deflections he could become one of three Titans players in the last decade to record 17 PDs in a single season (Verner, Finnegan)

Kevin Byard

-With an interception, he would be the first Tennessee Titans player to ever lead the NFL in interceptions.

-Also, with an interception he would be the first Titans player since Michael Griffin in 2008 to record 7 or more interceptions.

Derrick Morgan

-With 1.5 sacks, he would tie his career high at 9 in a season.