Today, Welker did a number of things: He became the first WR ever to record four 110-catch seasons. He moved within 10 receptions of Troy Brown's career franchise record, and within 10 of his own single-season franchise record. He moved into a tie for fourth all-time with his 14th 10-reception game. [And, remarkably the NEP are 12-2 when he does; Jerry Rice, who had an NFL record of 17(!) such games, saw his team go 8-9(!) when he did.] He broke Randy Moss' franchise record of 1,493 receiving yards set in 2007; he has 1,518 with one game to go.