Wide receiver Steve Smith Sr., playing his final NFL season, is padding some potential-Hall-of-Fame statistics this year with the Ravens.
Each week, we'll update where the 36-year-old stands on some all-time lists, recap any historic achievements and look at what milestones he might be nearing.
Week 3 vs. the Bengals: 13 catches, 186 yards, 2 touchdowns
After torching the Cincinnati Bengals secondary, Smith has 25 catches for 349 yards and the two scores this season.
Career receptions: 940
Smith needs four receptions to pass former Raven Derrick Mason (943) for 15th all-time. Former Pittsburgh Steelers star Hines Ward and his 1,000 career catches, 10th all-time, is a realistic target.
Career receiving yards: 13,611
Smith needs 289 yards to pass Chris Carter for 10th on the all-time receiving yards list. If he continues his torrid pace this season -- unlikely -- Smith would finish the year with 1,861 receiving yards, which would give him 15,123 in his career. That would be the sixth-most in NFL history, just behind tight end Tony Gonzalez (15,127).
Career touchdowns: 83
Smith is 50th all-time and 75 of those touchdowns have come on receptions. Climbing the career leaders in this category will be tough, but top-40 is a realistic goal.
Career 100-yard games: 49
Smith is seventh all-time and second among active players.
Smith, with 13 catches for 186 yards against the Bengals and 10 catches for 150 yards against the Oakland Raiders in Week 2, became the sixth player in the Super Bowl era to have at least 10 receptions and 150 receiving yards in back-to-back games in a single season.
Week 4 Preview
Smith has played five career games against the Pittsburgh Steelers, averaging 4.8 catches and 47.4 yards per game. He hasn't scored a touchdown against the Steelers.