Giants quarterback KERRY COLLINS could reach several milestones this Sunday when the Giants host the Seattle Seahawks.


Collins, who was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his role in the Giants' 26-21 Week 2 win over the St. Louis Rams, leads the NFC with 649 yards passing.

Collins has thrown for 10,341 yards with the Giants and needs 99 against Seattle to eclipse Y.A. TITTLE (10,439) for fourth place in club history.

Collins needs 151 yards to reach 20,000 career passing yards, and with a 300-yard performance against the Seahawks, joins STEVE YOUNG and KURT WARNER as the only players in NFL history with six consecutive 300-yard games.

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