|2000 NFC Midseason Projections|
||Second-year WR David Boston leads the club with 625 receiving yards (on 42 catches) and is on pace for 1,250, which would be the most by a Cardinal since Rob Moore had 1,584 in 1997.
||Rookie KR Darrick Vaughn leads the NFL with a 32.1 kick-return average. If he maintains that mark, it would be the highest in the NFL since the Los Angeles Rams' Ron Brown averaged 32.8 yards in 1985.
||QB Steve Beuerlein has passed for 1,964 yards and is on pace for 3,928. It would mark the first consecutive 3,000-yard seasons of Beuerlein's 14-year career (he had 4,436 in 1999). If he reaches 4,000 yards, Beuerlein would become the fifth player all-time with back-to-back 4,000-yard seasons.
||Rookie LB Brian Urlacher leads the club with 6.0 sacks and is on pace for 12.0, which would tie Charles Haley for fourth all-time among rookies and would set the record for most sacks by a rookie linebacker.
||RB Emmitt Smith is on pace for 1,218 rushing yards, which would be his 10th 1,000-yard season, tying Walter Payton and Barry Sanders for first all-time.
||S Kurt Schulz leads the league with six interceptions and is on target for 12, which would be the most in the NFL since Lester Hayes had 13 in 1980. Schulz can also become the first player to reach double digits in interceptions since Mark Carrier had 10 in 1990.
||QB Brett Favre has 1,973 passing yards and is on pace for 3,946. If he passes for 4,000 or more, he will join Warren Moon (4) and Dan Marino (6) as the only players in history with at least four 4,000-yard seasons.
||WR Randy Moss is on pace for 1,372 receiving yards and can join John Jefferson (1978-80) as the only players in league history to have 1,000-yard receiving seasons in each of their first three years.
||DT La'Roi Glover (eight games) is tied for the league lead in sacks with Philadelphia DE Hugh Douglas (nine games) with 12.0. Glover is on pace to set an NFL season record with 24.0 sacks. The current mark is 22.0 set by Mark Gastineau in 1984.
||The team leads the NFC in rushing defense with a 71.3 average, which would set a club record ... RB Tiki Barber already has career season highs for rushing (568) and scrimmage yards (906), and rushing touchdowns (four).
||DE Hugh Douglas (nine games) is tied for the league lead in sacks with New Orleans DT La'Roi Glover (eight games) with 12.0. Douglas is on pace for 21.0 which would tie Reggie White's club record (1987).
||The club leads the league with 330 points and is on pace for 660. The record is 556 by the 1998 Vikings ... RB Marshall Faulk is on pace (28) to break Emmitt Smith's NFL record of 25 TDs in one season ... WR Isaac Bruce is on target for 1,900 receiving yards, which would break Jerry Rice's record of 1,848 set in 1995.
||WR Terrell Owens is on pace to become only the second player in NFL history to score 20 receiving touchdowns. The only player to do so is current 49ers teammate Jerry Rice, who scored 22 in 1987.
||The Buccaneers lead the NFL with 37 sacks and are on pace (74) to break the NFL record of 72 set by the 1984 Chicago Bears ... DT Warren Sapp (10.5) and DE Marcus Jones (10.0) are on target for 21.0 and 20.0 sacks, respectively. The club record is 13.0 by Lee Roy Selmon in 1977. The NFL record is 22.0 by Gastineau in 1984.
||RB Stephen Davis leads the NFC with 864 rushing yards and is on pace for 1,536, which would surpass the Redskins' record he set in 1999 of 1,405.