Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson
Here is a look at the AFC West leaders in a few categories after Week 13:
The numbers: He has thrown for 3,393 yards.
What does it mean? Cutler is the leading yardage passer in the AFC and he is making a strong push for the Pro Bowl.
The numbers: He has rushed for 794 yards.
What does it mean? Tomlinson is still on pace for 1,000 yards despite the fact that he ran for 24 yards last week, which was his second-lowest outing in his eight-season career.
The numbers: The Chiefs tight end has 73 catches.
What does it mean? Another huge game allowed Gonzalez to bypass Denver's Brandon Marshall for the reception lead in the division. Marshall has 72 catches.
The numbers: The Raiders linebacker has 101 tackles.
What does it mean? Morrison is fourth in the NFL and first in the AFC in tackles.
Kalimba Edwards, Oakland Raiders
The numbers: Edwards has five sacks.
What does it mean? The injured Edwards leads a weak division in sacks.
Jarrad Page, Kansas City Chiefs
The numbers: The Chiefs safety has three interceptions.
What does it mean? The sacks and interceptions are just not piling up in the AFC West.