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NFL records that will be broken this year.
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You’ve all heard the saying by now: “Records were made to be broken.”
Among the records set in 2020, there was Tom Brady becoming the oldest quarterback to guide his team to a Super Bowl championship. And he also moved ahead of Drew Brees for most career passing touchdowns.
Quarterback Justin Herbert and receiver Justin Jefferson rewrote the recod books for rookies at their respective positions.
So…which NFL records stand to be broken next? Some will no doubt be toppled this upcoming season, while others might need a bit of luck. With that all said, here are 10 NFL records that we can see getting broken in 2021.
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