Week 7's Career Games
Brady keeps topping himself this season. His six touchdowns against the Dolphins on Sunday were a career high and he's on pace to throw an NFL record 61 TDs this season.
Bironas set an NFL record with eight field goals, including a last-second game-winner to topple the Texans. Four other kickers had made seven field goals, but Bironas stands alone at eight.
Tapp entered Sunday's game with 4.5 career sacks. He then sacked Rams quarterback Marc Bulger four times -- tying a Seahawks record.
Houston's backup QB had never had more than four touchdowns in an entire season. He tossed four scoring passes in a losing effort against the Titans on Sunday.
Watson ran for a career-high 130 yards and three touchdowns to help the Bengals beat the Jets. Most of his damage came in the second half to fuel a dramatic Cincinnati comeback.
White had just 14 sacks in four years with the Bucs. But he got to Tampa Bay QB Jeff Garcia three times in a win over his former team on Sunday.
Jacobs ran for a career-high 107 yards on 18 carries to lead the Giants to a 33-15 win over the 49ers. Now that he's healthy, Jacobs is helping fans forget about the retired Tiki Barber.
White has been a bit of a disappointment since the Titans took him in the second round of the 2006 draft. But his hard-fought, career-high 104 rushing yards Sunday were huge in Tennessee's 38-36 win over Houston.
Welker has been a huge addition to the Patriots' offense this year. He set a career high with 138 receiving yards in their 49-28 win over the Dolphins on Sunday.