Morning Reaction Tuesday Top 7: Records That Will Be Broken In Next 10 Years

July 05, 2011 | Glenn Clark

While American hero Joey “Jaws” Chestnut was busy devouring 62 hot dogs Monday on Coney Island to claim a fifth straight Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest title, former rival Takeru Kobayashi was APPARENTLY devouring 69 hot dogs of his own on a Manhattan rooftop to “break” Chestnut’s record. (Trust me, Kobayashi’s “record” doesn’t count-and we’re not sure that it’s totally real.)

With that in mind, today’s “Tuesday Top 7” topic was “The Top 7 Records That Will Be Broken In The Next 10 Years.”

I think it’s pretty self-explanatory, right?

Glenn Clark’s list:

7. Bob Knight’s 902 career victories


6. Earl Webb’s 67 doubles


5. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s 38,387 career points

4. Roger Federer’s 16 career major grand slam victories

3. Brett Favre’s 71,838 career passing yards


2. Wilt Chamberlain’s 100 point game


1. Nolan Ryan’s 7 career No-hitters


Drew Forrester’s list:

7. Eric Dickerson’s 2,105 single season rushing yards


6. Wayne Gretzy’s 92 single season goals

5. Tom Brady’s 50 single season touchdowns

4. 1972 Miami Dolphins’ 17-0 season/2007 New England Patriots’ 18-1 season


3. A horse winning the Triple Crown

2. Barry Bonds’ 762 career home runs


1. Jack Nicklaus’ 18 major championships

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