Two weeks into the 2002 NFL season, fans across the country have seen plenty of rushing and receiving yards flash before their eyes. For just the fourth time since 1970, all of the top five rushers and receivers (in yardage) have amassed more than 200 yards through Week 2. Ricky Williams has something to prove in Miami, and he currently leads the NFL with 243 yards on the ground. In Buffalo, Peerless Price has fed off a rejuvenated Drew Bledsoe (and a vulnerable Vikings secondary) to lead the league with 265 receiving yards.
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