4. Tennessee Titans (+0)
Key stat: Derrick Henry might get to 2,000 yards
We might be witnessing Derrick Henry getting himself into the Hall of Fame and he is sitting on 1,532 yards. That means he needs 468 yards to break the 2k barrier and enter the pantheon of greats which would fittingly now feature two Titans.
Over the next three games, the Titans will play the Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, and Houston Texans. On average, one game vs those three teams would end up resulting in 399 yards for an average rushing attack.
Considering that Henry is a one-man rushing attack, that means that over those three games Henry just needs to live up to that standard and find 69 yards above the average (23 per game). Can he do that? It is DeHenber after all.
3. Buffalo Bills (+2)
Key stat: Stefon Diggs headed for franchise records
The best season from a Buffalo receiver came in 1998 when Eric Moulds had 1,368 receiving yards. After the game against the Steelers, Diggs is on pace for 1,436 yards would beat the current record by nearly 70 yards.
That may not seem like a lot, but just to give that some context it would mean that this season would create a bigger margin between the 1st and 2nd spot than here was between the 2nd and 6th spot.
Diggs has been amazing for this team and the missing piece to an offense that suddenly has Josh Allen feeling confident and looking great.