As the Baltimore Ravens look to extend the NFL's longest current playoff streak to six seasons on Sunday, here are some individual milestones within reach:
Running back Ray Rice: He has 9,164 total yards from scrimmage, which is three yards shy of breaking Jamal Lewis' franchise record of 9,166. Lewis established the mark in 91 games, and Rice will be playing in his 92nd game on Sunday.
Wide receiver Torrey Smith: He needs 101 receiving yards to break the single-season team record, which is held by Michael Jackson (1,201 yards in 1996). Smith can also set the single-season team record with two more catches of 25 or more yards, which is also owned by Jackson (14 in 1996).
Quarterback Joe Flacco: He can establish a new career mark with 98 passing yards. Flacco's previous best was 3,817 yards last season. He already set the single-season franchise records for both completions (332) and attempts (564) last Sunday.
Kicker Justin Tucker: He needs one more successful field goal to break Matt Stover's single-season team record of 35 (set in the Ravens' 2000 Super Bowl season). Tucker also needs just five points to surpass Stover for the most by a Ravens player in a single season (Stover had 135 points in 2000).