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Here is a look at what some individual players in the NFC's North Division could achieve is all goes well in the second half of the season:<p>

CHICAGO: WR MARTY BOOKER is aiming for his second consecutive 1,000-yard receiving season and is on pace for 1,394 yards. That figure would rank second in team history to MARCUS ROBINSON's 1,400 yards in 1999.

GREEN BAY: If RB AHMAN GREEN continues at his current pace, he will rush for 1,424 yards, becoming the first Packer to rush for 1,000 yards in three consecutive seasons since JOHN BROCKINGTON (1971-73).

MINNESOTA: WR RANDY MOSS is on target to become the first player in NFL history to post 1,000-yard receiving seasons in each of his first five years. Moss projects to 1,128 yards this season.

DETROIT: QB JOEY HARRINGTON could rewrite the Lions' record books for rookie passers. The former Oregon star projects to 2,624 yards passing and 12 touchdowns, bettering JEFF KOMLO's 2,238 yards in 1979 and breaking a three-way tie between Komlo, CHARLIE BATCH, and FRED ENKE with 11 touchdown passes.

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