1. Terrell Suggs was already being considered as a candidate for NFL Defensive Player of the Year by many, but with seven sacks in his past three games, he now has enough sacks to catch the eyes of those who only pay attention to stats. With 13 sacks on the season, Suggs has topped the 12 he had in his rookie season, and he is two shy of Peter Boulware's franchise record. Considering how he has blown through opposing offensive lines as if he was playing Red, Red, Rover against a bunch of six-year-olds -- and how the San Diego Chargers are so desperate for offensive line help that they are starting Jared Gaither at left tackle -- Suggs might break Boulware's record by halftime next Sunday. Suggs forced three fumbles against the Colts, too, giving him six in 2011, which puts him atop the NFL in that category. Suggs should be on the short list of DPOY candidates.