After a one-week hiatus, Milestone Tracker is back! For the first time in SFL history, we have the ability to look through all of our games, all of our players and everything they have done. We are keeping track of your player’s legacy better than ever before. Let’s take a look at all of the milestones that could grab headlines in Week 5 and who achieved milestones in Weeks 3 and 4:
- Mexico City QB Matt Willson (@xanthos) passed the 12,000 yards threshold and passed Kevin Walker for sixth all-time on the league’s all-time passing list.
- Houston wide receiver D.R. Sim crossed the 4,500 yards mark and currently sits 12th all-time, chasing OKC tight end Tybeerious Bovine.
- Cleveland quarterback Macc Wavy Jr. passed Wes St. Clair with 63 touchdowns, 10th on the all-time list.
- Baltimore’s Eddie Gauge reached over 400 solo tackles – now with 416 – sixth all-time. He is one behind active safety Tank Savage (OKC, 417) for fifth all-time.
- Sioux Falls’ A.J. Levye reached 300 total tackles for his career, now with 307.
- Houston quarterback Cody Cantrell became the 17th quarterback in the league to register 7,000 passing yards in his career.
- Chicago quarterback ET King became only the 13th quarterback to throw for 50 touchdowns all-time, now with 51.
- With one more interception, OKC’s Billy Joe Casper will become the first defensive player with 50 interceptions and with 6 more solo tackles, will become the first player to record 500.
- Chicago running back Dion Hawkins passed Darnell Black and Doug Boas and is now eighth on the all-time rushing list with 3,503 yards.
- Houston and Dallas became the 10th and 11th teams in the league to win 25 games and Queen City became the first team to 50 wins. Baltimore moved into second all-time with 41 wins, needing three less games than Orlando needed to get there. OKC eclipsed the 2,000-point mark to become the third franchise to ever do it. Mexico City achieved its 1,500th point in Week 3.
- Cleveland returner/safety Koma Keleka became the first-ever player to have three return touchdowns in a game and the first player to ever have double digit kickoff return touchdowns in a career.
In the community:
- San Antonio receiver Greg Corky needs 22 receiving yards to become the 13th player to ever reach the mark.
- Chicago quarterback ET King needs 271 yards to become the 20th quarterback ever to throw for 6,000 passing yards.
- Atlanta running back BDG Hollewood is now 37 yards away from becoming the 18th running back in SFL history to reach 2,000 yards in a career. Mexico City running back Ray Bentley is 187 yards away from the same feat.
- With two more touchdowns, Tallahassee running back J. Calvin Kim will become just the seventh running back in SFL history to reach 40 rushing touchdowns.
- Cleveland wide receiver Prince Escobar needs six receptions, 202 receiving yards and one touchdown to reach 200 reception and 3,000 receiving-yard and 20 touchdown milestones, respectively and could achieve all of them against his former team, Baltimore, this week.
- The Cleveland Stallions need 14 points to reach the 2,000-point mark after 81 games in the league (24.5 points per game)
At the top:
- Sioux Falls QB Julian Tyree is two touchdowns away from 100 career TDs, joining five others.
- OKC running back Pete bruschi needs 11 yards to become the first SFL running back to achieve 10,000 for his career.
- Oklahoma City’s Tybeerious Bovine needs 34 yards to become the league’s first 5,000-yard receiver to play tight end his entire career.
- Cleveland defensive end Rick O’Riley needs two tackles for loss to become the first player to ever record 100 tackles for loss.
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