Sunday’s possible milestones

Joe Flacco
• With two more completions, Flacco (270) will surpass Vinny Testaverde for the third-most completions in a season in team history. With 26 more completions, he will move past Steve McNair’s 295 from 2006. (Testaverde holds the franchise record of 325).

• With four more TD passes, Flacco (14) can tie Testaverde’s 18 from the 1997 season, which ranks second most in team history (record is 33 by Testaverde). With three more TDs, Flacco will tie Tony Banks (17) for 3rd.

Derrick Mason
• Mason will play in his 200th game this Sunday. With one more catch, he can reach the 850 milestone for his career, becoming just the 16th player in NFL history to accomplish the feat.

• Mason is also 98 yards shy of 11,000 for his career. He can become the 22nd player ever with 11,000 career receiving yards.

•He is 159 receiving yards shy of reaching the 1,000-yard barrier for the eighth time in his career and the ninth time in Ravens single-season history.

• With 15,991 all-purpose yards for his career (5,086 return, three rushing and 10,902 receiving), Mason is nine yards shy of reaching 16,000 yards gained in his career.

Willis McGahee
• McGahee is 21 receiving yards short of reaching 1,000 for his career. He currently has 147 catches for 979 yards.

• With one more TD, McGahee (11) can pass Le’Ron McClain for the second-most total TDs in a season. Jamal Lewis and Michael Jackson hold the record of 14 in ‘03 and ‘96, respectively.

Trevor Pryce
• With a half sack, Pryce will notch 90 sacks for his career.

Ray Rice
• Rice needs 77 yards from scrimmage to pass Jamal Lewis (1,769 in 2002) for the second-most total yards from scrimmage in Ravens single-season history. Lewis also owns the top season (2,271 in 2003).

• With 92 rushing yards, Rice will pass Lewis (1,132 in 2006) to earn the fifth-best rushing season in Ravens history.

Terrell Suggs
• With 521 career tackles, Suggs needs two more to pass Jamie Sharper (522) for third on the Ravens’ all-time list.