2020 NFL Week 6 Season Leaders

After Week 6 in the 2020 NFL Season, along with trying to lead their respective teams to victory, the key NFL position players fight for recognition as this season leaders in Passing, Rushing and Receiving. As each week of the 2020 NFL Season passes, new names are added to the rankings and the Top 10 players in each category are ranked based on Total Yards and Total Touchdowns for the season. The NFL Quarterbacks are ranked by the most Passing Yards and Passing Touchdowns. In addition, the NFL Running Backs and other key position players are ranked by most Rushing Yards and Rushing Touchdowns while the Wide Receivers and Tight Ends are ranked by most Receiving Yards and Receiving Touchdowns. The rankings for each category are as follows:

2020 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 1,856
  2. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons – 1,843
  3. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1,786
  4. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 1,707
  5. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 1,699
  6. Gardner Minshew IIJacksonville Jaguars – 1,682
  7. Teddy BridgewaterCarolina Panthers – 1,676
  8. Joe BurrowCincinnati Bengals – 1,617
  9. Philip RiversIndianapolis Colts – 1,598
  10. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 1,570

2020 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 19
  2. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 16
  3. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 15
  4. Tom BradyTampa Buccaneers – 14
  5. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 13
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 13
    Ryan TannehillTennessee Titans – 13
  6. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 11
    Gardner Minshew IIJacksonville Jaguars – 11
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 11
    Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 11
    Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 11
  7. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 10
    Ryan FitzpatrickMiami Dolphins – 10
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 10
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 10
    Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 10
  8. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 9
    Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 9
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 9
    Justin HerbertLos Angeles Chargers – 9
  9. Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 8
  10. Philip RiversIndianapolis Colts – 7
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 7

2020 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) Total Yards

  1. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 588
  2. Clyde Edwards-HelaireKansas City Chiefs – 505
  3. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 489
  4. Kenyan DrakeArizona Cardinals – 478
  5. Ronald Jones IITampa Bay Buccaneers – 472
  6. Mike SandersPhiladelphia Eagles – 434
  7. Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 428
  8. Todd Gurley IIAtlanta Falcons – 422
  9. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 413
  10. Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 389

2020 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 7
  2. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 6
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 6
  3. Todd Gurley IIArizona Falcons – 5
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 5
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 5
    Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 5
    Cam NewtonNew England Patriots – 5
  4. Kenyan DrakeArizona Cardinals – 4
    Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 4
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 4
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 4
    Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 4
  5. Ronald Jones IITampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
    Miles SandersPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 3
    Kareem HuntCleveland Browns – 3
    Jonathan TaylorIndianapolis Colts – 3
    James RobinsonJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    David JohnsonHouston Texans – 3
    Darrell Henderson Jr.Los Angeles Rams – 3
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Melvin Gordon IIIDenver Broncos – 3
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Antonio GibsonWashington Redskins – 3
    Jerick McKinnonSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    D’Andre SwiftDetroit Lions – 3
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 3
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 3
    Jordan HowardMiami Dolphins – 3
  6. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Adrian PetersonDetroit Lions – 2
    Mike DavisCarolina Panthers – 2
    Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Lativius MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 2
    Malcolm BrownLos Angles Rams – 2
    Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 2
    J.K. DobbinsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Rex BurkheadNew England Patriots – 2
    Ryan FitzpatrickMiami Dolphins – 2
    Leonard FournetteTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    Joe BurrowCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Brandon AlyukSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Peyton BarberWashington Redskins – 2
    Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Chase ClaypoolPittsburgh Steelers – 2
  7. Clyde Edwards-HelaireKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Myles GaskinMiami Dolphins – 1
    David MontgomeryChicago Bears – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Devin SingletaryBuffalo Bills – 1
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Alexander MattisonMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Gus EdwardsBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Joshua KelleyLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 1
    Benny Snell Jr.Pittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Devonta FreemanNew York Giants – 1
    Brian HillAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Teddy BridgewaterCarolina Panthers – 1
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 1
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 1
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1
    Gardner Minshew IIJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Tony PollardDallas Cowboys – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Kerryon JohnsonDetroit Lions – 1
    Ryan TannehillTennessee Titans – 1
    Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 1
    Darrel WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Carlos HydeSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Justin HerbertLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Jeff Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 1
    Taysom HillNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Giovani BernardCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Jalen RichardLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Dion LewisNew York Giants – 1
    Dwayne Haskins Jr.Washington Redskins – 1
    Kyle JuszcykSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Kyle AllenWashington Redskins – 1
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 1
    Josh AdamsNew York Jets – 1
    Tom BradyTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Trey BurtonIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Nick FolesChicago Bears – 1
    Gerald EverettLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 1

2020 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. DeAndre HopkinsArizona Cardinals – 601
  2. Robby AndersonCarolina Panthers – 566
  3. Stefon DiggsBuffalo Bills – 555
  4. Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 546
  5. Justin JeffersonMinnesota Vikings – 537
  6. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 503
  7. CeeDee LambDallas Cowboys – 497
  8. D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 496
  9. Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 487
  10. Allen Robinson IIChicago Bears – 474
    D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 474

2020 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 7
  2. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 6
  3. Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 5
    D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 5
    Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 5
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 5
    Jonnu SmithTennessee Titans – 5
    Robert TonyanGreen Bay Packers – 5
  4. Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 4
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 4
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 4
    Chase ClaypoolPittsburgh Steelers – 4
    Jimmy GrahamChicago Bears – 4
  5. Stefon DiggsBuffalo Bills – 3
    Justin JeffersonMinnesota Vikings – 3
    Darius SlaytonNew York Giants – 3
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Keelan Cole Sr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 3
    Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 3
    Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 3
    Travis FulghamPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    D.J. CharkJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    Christian KirkArizona Cardinals – 3
    Hayden HurstAtlanta Falcons – 3
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 3
    Preston WilliamsMiami Dolphins – 3
    Darren FellsHouston Texans – 3
    T.J. HockensonDetriot Lions – 3
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Nelson AgholorLas Vegas Raiders – 3
    A.J. BrownTennessee Titans – 3
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Kareem HuntCleveland Browns – 3
  6. DeAndre HopkinsArizona Cardinals – 2
    Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 2
    CeeDee LambDallas Cowboys – 2
    Allen Robinson IIChicago Bears – 2
    Jamison CrowderNew York Jets – 2
    George KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Brandin CooksHouston Texans – 2
    DeVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 2
    Cole BeasleyBuffalo Bills – 2
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Tee HigginsCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Tim PatrickDenver Broncos – 2
    Emanuel SandersNew Orleans Saints – 2
    Darren WallerLas Vegas Raiders – 2
    Mike GesickiMiami Dolphins – 2
    Randall CobbHouston Texans – 2
    Dalton SchultzDallas Cowboys – 2
    Allen LazardGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 2
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Noah FantDenver Broncos – 2
    Mike WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    Mike DavisCarolina Panthers – 2
    Adam HumphriesTennessee Titans – 2
    Zach PascalIndianapolis Colts – 2
    John BrownBuffalo Bills – 2
    Gabriel DavisBuffalo Bills – 2
    Mecole HardmanKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Moe Allie-CoxIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Tre’Quan SmithNew Orleans Saints – 2
    Jalen GuytonLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    Cedrick WilsonDallas Cowboys – 2
    David MooreSeattle Seahawks – 2
    Anthony MillerChicago Bears – 2
    Jared CookNew Orleans Saints – 2
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Dontrelle InmanWashington Redskins – 2
    Logan ThomasWashington Redskins – 2
    Andy IsabellaArizona Cardinals – 2
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    Braxton BerriosNew York Jets – 2
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 2
    Jordan ReedSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Nick BoyleBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Adam ShaheenMiami Dolphins – 2
    Rashard HigginsCleveland Browns – 2
    Tyler KroftBuffalo Bills – 2
  7. Robby AndersonCarolina Panthers – 1
    Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 1
    D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 1
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Marquise BrownBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Michael GallupDallas Cowboys – 1
    Russell GageAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Laviska Shenault Jr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Kendrick BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Hunter HenryLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Jerry JeudyDenver Broncos – 1
    Scotty Miller – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Hunter RenfrowLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Josh ReynoldsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Rob GronkowskiTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    James RobinsonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 1
    Austin HooperCleveland Browns – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Darnell MooneyChicago Bears – 1
    Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Anthony FirskerTennessee Titans – 1
    Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Henry Ruggs IIILas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Jordan AkinsHouston Texans – 1
    N’Keal HarryNew England Patriots – 1
    Brandon AlyukSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Greg WardPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Eric EbronPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    David MontgomeryChicago Bears – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Diontae JohnsonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Marvin Jones Jr.Detroit Lions – 1
    Greg OlsenSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Dallas GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    D’Andre SwiftDetroit Lions – 1
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Deebo SamuelSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Jerrick McKinnonSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Chris ThompsonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Trey BurtonIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Kenny StillsHouston Texans – 1
    Rex BurkheadNew England Patriots – 1
    Isaiah McKenzieBuffalo Bills – 1
    Freddie SwainSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Darrell Henderson Jr.Los Angeles Rams – 1
    Tyler EifertJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Jack DoyleIndianapolis Colts – 1
    C.J. UzomahCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Zay JonesLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Mike ThomasCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Harrison BryantCleveland Browns – 1
    Alec Ingold Las Vegas Raiders – 1
    Tyler JohnsonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Jeff Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 1
    Foster MoreauLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    David NjokuCleveland Browns – 1
    Jesse JamesDetroit Lions – 1
    Marvin HallDetroit Lions – 1
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 1
    Tyron JohnsonLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Cameron BrateTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Colin JohnsonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Melvin Gordon IIIDenver Broncos – 1
    Durham SmytheMiami Dolphins – 1
    Ian ThomasCarolina Panthers – 1
    Cam SimsWashington Redskins – 1
    Cole KmetChicago Bears – 1
    Jason WittenLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Ke’Shawn VaughnTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Greg WardPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    T.J. YeldonBuffalo Bills – 1
    Mercedes LewisGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Donald Parham Jr.Los Angeles Chargers – 1
    Javon WimsChicago Bears – 1
    Reggie BonnafonCarolina Panthers – 1
    Patrick RicardBaltimore Ravens – 1
    MyCole PruittTennessee Titans – 1
    Zack MossBuffalo Bills – 1
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Jacob HollisterSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Jakob JohnsonNew England Patriots – 1
    Travis HomerSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Anthony ShermanKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Jordan ThomasArizona Cardinals – 1
    Jason CroomPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Eric FisherKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Reggie GilliamBuffalo Bills – 1
    Lee SmithBuffalo Bills – 1

    Note: Week 6 was the Bye week for the Seattle Seahawks, New Orleans Saints,  Las Vegas Raiders and Los Angeles Chargers.

2020 NFL Week 5 Season Leaders

After Week 5 in the 2020 NFL Season, along with trying to lead their respective teams to victory, the key NFL position players fight for recognition as this season leaders in Passing, Rushing and Receiving. As each week of the 2020 NFL Season passes, new names are added to the rankings and the Top 10 players in each category are ranked based on Total Yards and Total Touchdowns for the season. The NFL Quarterbacks are ranked by the most Passing Yards and Passing Touchdowns. In addition, the NFL Running Backs and other key position players are ranked by most Rushing Yards and Rushing Touchdowns while the Wide Receivers and Tight Ends are ranked by most Receiving Yards and Receiving Touchdowns. The rankings for each category are as follows:

2020 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 1,856
  2. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 1,585
  3. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 1,502
  4. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 1,474
  5. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons – 1,472
  6. Teddy BridgewaterCarolina Panthers – 1,460
  7. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1,451
  8. Gardner Minshew IIJacksonville Jaguars – 1,439
  9. Derek CarrLas Vegas Raiders – 1,417
  10. Tom BradyTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,375

2020 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 19
  2. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 14
  3. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 13
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 13
  4. Tom BradyTampa Buccaneers – 12
  5. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 11
  6. Gardner Minshew IIJacksonville Jaguars – 10
    Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 10
  7. Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 9
    Justin HerbertLos Angeles Chargers – 9
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 9
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 9
    Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 9
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 9
    Ryan TannehillTennessee Titans – 9
  8. Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 8
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 8
    Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 8
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 8
  9. Ryan FitzpatrickMiami Dolphins – 7
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 7
  10. Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 6
    Joe BurrowCincinnati Bengals – 6
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 6
    Teddy BridgewaterCarolina Panthers – 6

2020 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 489
  2. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 377
  3. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 376
  4. Todd Gurley IIAtlanta Falcons – 375
  5. Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 374
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 374
  6. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 364
  7. Ronald Jones IITampa Bay Buccaneers – 359
  8. Kareem HuntCleveland Browns – 347
  9. Clyde Edwards-HelaireKansas City Chiefs – 344
  10. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 335

2020 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 7
  2. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 5
    Todd Gurley IIArizona Falcons – 5
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 5
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 5
  3. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 4
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 4
    Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 4
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 4
    Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 4
    Cam NewtonNew England Patriots – 4
  4. Kareem HuntCleveland Browns – 3
    James RobinsonJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    Miles SandersPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Jonathan TaylorIndianapolis Colts – 3
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Melvin Gordon IIIDenver Broncos – 3
    Darrell Henderson Jr.Los Angeles Rams – 3
    Antonio GibsonWashington Redskins – 3
    Jerick McKinnonSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 3
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 3
    Jordan HowardMiami Dolphins – 3
  5. Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Kenyan DrakeArizona Cardinals – 2
    David JohnsonHouston Texans – 2
    Lativius MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 2
    Malcolm BrownLos Angles Rams – 2
    Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 2
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Ryan FitzpatrickMiami Dolphins – 2
    Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Rex BurkheadNew England Patriots – 2
    J.K. DobbinsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Leonard FournetteTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    Brandon AlyukSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Peyton BarberWashington Redskins – 2
    Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 2
  6. Ronald Jones IITampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Clyde Edwards-HelaireKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Myles GaskinMiami Dolphins – 1
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    David MontgomeryChicago Bears – 1
    Adrian PetersonDetroit Lions – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Devin SingletaryBuffalo Bills – 1
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Mike DavisCarolina Panthers – 1
    Alexander MattisonMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Joshua KelleyLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 1
    Brian HillAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 1
    Devonta FreemanNew York Giants – 1
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 1
    Joe BurrowCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Ryan TannehillTennessee Titans – 1
    Teddy BridgewaterCarolina Panthers – 1
    Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 1
    Kerryon JohnsonDetroit Lions – 1
    Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Tony PollardDallas Cowboys – 1
    Carlos HydeSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Justin HerbertLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Jeff Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 1
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Taysom HillNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Jalen RichardLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    D’Andre SwiftDetroit Lions – 1
    Dion LewisNew York Giants – 1
    Dwayne Haskins Jr.Washington Redskins – 1
    Kyle JuszcykSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Chase ClaypoolPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 1
    Josh AdamsNew York Jets – 1
    Kyle AllenWashington Redskins – 1
    Tom BradyTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Gerald EverettLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 1

2020 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. DeAndre HopkinsArizona Cardinals – 528
  2. Stefon DiggsBuffalo Bills – 509
  3. D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 496
  4. Robby AndersonCarolina Panthers – 489
  5. Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 485
  6. CeeDee LambDallas Cowboys – 433
  7. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 424
  8. Allen Robinson IIChicago Bears – 421
  9. Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 413
  10. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 405

2020 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 6
    Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 6
  2. D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 5
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 5
    Jonnu SmithTennessee Titans – 5
    Robert TonyanGreen Bay Packers – 5
  3. Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 4
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 4
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 4
    Chase ClaypoolPittsburgh Steelers – 4
    Jimmy GrahamChicago Bears – 4
  4. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 3
    Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 3
    D.J. CharkJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    Keelan Cole Sr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 3
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Nelson AgholorLas Vegas Raiders – 3
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 3
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Kareem HuntCleveland Browns – 3
  5. DeAndre HopkinsArizona Cardinals – 2
    Stefon DiggsBuffalo Bills – 2
    CeeDee LambDallas Cowboys – 2
    Allen Robinson IIChicago Bears – 2
    Darius SlaytonNew York Giants – 2
    Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    Jamison CrowderNew York Jets – 2
    DeVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 2
    Emanuel SandersNew Orleans Saints – 2
    Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Darren WallerLas Vegas Raiders – 2
    Matt GesickiMiami Dolphins – 2
    Allen LazardGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Dalton SchultzDallas Cowboys – 2
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Noah FantDenver Broncos – 2
    Tee HigginsCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Tim PatrickDenver Broncos – 2
    Mike WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    Travis FulghamPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    Mike DavisCarolina Panthers – 2
    Preston WilliamsMiami Dolphins – 2
    John BrownBuffalo Bills – 2
    Mecole HardmanKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Moe Allie-CoxIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Tre’Quan SmithNew Orleans Saints – 2
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Gabriel DavisBuffalo Bills – 2
    T.J. HockensonDetriot Lions – 2
    Jalen GuytonLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    David MooreSeattle Seahawks – 2
    Hayden HurstAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Jared CookNew Orleans Saints – 2
    Cedrick WilsonDallas Cowboys – 2
    Anthony MillerChicago Bears – 2
    Andy IsabellaArizona Cardinals – 2
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 2
    Braxton BerriosNew York Jets – 2
    Darren FellsHouston Texans – 2
    Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 2
    Dontrelle InmanWashington Redskins – 2
    Jordan ReedSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Tyler KroftBuffalo Bills – 2
  6. Robby AndersonCarolina Panthers – 1
    Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 1
    Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 1
    D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 1
    Justin JeffersonMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Michael GallupDallas Cowboys – 1
    Marquise BrownBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Cole BeasleyBuffalo Bills – 1
    Brandin CooksHouston Texans – 1
    George KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Laviska Shenault Jr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Hunter HenryLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Randall CobbHouston Texans – 1
    Scotty Miller – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Hunter RenfrowLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Jerry JeudyDenver Broncos – 1
    Kendrick BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Russell GageAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 1
    Henry Ruggs IIILas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Jordan AkinsHouston Texans – 1
    N’Keal HarryNew England Patriots – 1
    Darnell MooneyChicago Bears – 1
    Eric EbronPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Christian KirkArizona Cardinals – 1
    Austin HooperCleveland Browns – 1
    Diontae JohnsonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Greg WardPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Zach PascalIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Greg OlsenSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Dallas GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Marvin Jones Jr.Detroit Lions – 1
    Adam HumphriesTennessee Titans – 1
    David MontgomeryChicago Bears – 1
    D’Andre SwiftDetroit Lions – 1
    Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 1
    A.J. BrownTennessee Titans – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Jerrick McKinnonSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Logan ThomasWashington Redskins – 1
    Kenny StillsHouston Texans – 1
    Rex BurkheadNew England Patriots – 1
    Freddie SwainSeattle Seahawks – 1
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Chris ThompsonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Isaiah McKenzieBuffalo Bills – 1
    Tyler EifertJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Darrell Henderson Jr.Los Angeles Rams – 1
    C.J. UzomahCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Zay JonesLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Alec Ingold Las Vegas Raiders – 1
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Mike ThomasCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Jeff Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 1
    Foster MoreauLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Harrison BryantCleveland Browns – 1
    Jesse JamesDetroit Lions – 1
    David NjokuCleveland Browns – 1
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 1
    Tyron JohnsonLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Marvin HallDetroit Lions – 1
    Cameron BrateTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Colin JohnsonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Melvin Gordon IIIDenver Las Vegas Raiders – 1
    Rashard HigginsCleveland Browns – 1
    Ian ThomasCarolina Panthers – 1
    Nick BoyleBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Jason WittenLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Ke’Shawn VaughnTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Greg WardPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    T.J. YeldonBuffalo Bills – 1
    Mercedes LewisGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Donald Parham Jr.Los Angeles Chargers – 1
    Javon WimsChicago Bears – 1
    Reggie BonnafonCarolina Panthers – 1
    Patrick RicardBaltimore Ravens – 1
    MyCole PruittTennessee Titans – 1
    Zack MossBuffalo Bills – 1
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Jacob HollisterSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Adam ShaheenMiami Dolphins – 1
    Jakob JohnsonNew England Patriots – 1
    Travis HomerSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Anthony ShermanKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Jordan ThomasArizona Cardinals – 1
    Eric FisherKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Reggie GilliamBuffalo Bills – 1
    Lee SmithBuffalo Bills – 1
  • Note: The Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots was postponed to a later date due to Covid-19 concerns. It was noted as a Bye week for those two teams. Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions had their Bye week.

2020 NFL Week 4 Season Leaders

After Week 4 in the 2020 NFL Season, along with trying to lead their respective teams to victory, the key NFL position players fight for recognition as this season leaders in Passing, Rushing and Receiving. As each week of the 2020 NFL Season passes, new names are added to the rankings and the Top 10 players in each category are ranked based on Total Yards and Total Touchdowns for the season. The NFL Quarterbacks are ranked by the most Passing Yards and Passing Touchdowns. In addition, the NFL Running Backs and other key position players are ranked by most Rushing Yards and Rushing Touchdowns while the Wide Receivers and Tight Ends are ranked by most Receiving Yards and Receiving Touchdowns. The rankings for each category are as follows:

2020 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 1,690
  2. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 1,322
  3. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 1,285
  4. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons – 1,246
  5. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 1,214
  6. Teddy BridgewaterCarolina Panthers – 1,147
  7. Gardner Minshew IIJacksonville Jaguars – 1,138
  8. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 1,134
  9. Tom BradyTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,122
  10. Joe BurrowCincinnati Bengals – 1,121

2020 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 16
  2. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 13
  3. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 12
  4. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 11
    Tom BradyTampa Buccaneers – 11
  5. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 9
  6. Gardner Minshew IIJacksonville Jaguars – 8
    Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 8
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 8
    Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 8
  7. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 7
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 7
    Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 7
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 7
    Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 7
  8. Joe BurrowCincinnati Bengals – 6
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 6
    Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 6
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 6
    Ryan TannehillTennessee Titans – 6
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 6
  9. Justin HerbertLos Angeles Chargers – 5
  10. Teddy BridgewaterCarolina Panthers – 4
    Ryan FitzpatrickMiami Dolphins – 4
    Philip Rivers – Indianapolis Colts – 4
    Dwayne Haskins Jr.Washington Redskins – 4
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 4
    Nick FolesChicago Bears – 4
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 4

2020 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 424
  2. Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 374
  3. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 335
  4. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 319
  5. Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 315
  6. Clyde Edwards-HelaireKansas City Chiefs – 304
  7. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 300
  8. James RobinsonJacksonville Jaguars – 285
  9. Melvin Gordon IIIDenver Broncos – 281
  10. Kareem HuntCleveland Browns – 275

2020 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 6
  2. Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 4
    Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 4
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 4
    Todd Gurley IIArizona Falcons – 4
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 4
    Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 4
    Cam NewtonNew England Patriots – 4
  3. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 3
    James RobinsonJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    Melvin Gordon IIIDenver Broncos – 3
    Kareem HuntCleveland Browns – 3
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 3
    Jerick McKinnonSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    Antonio GibsonWashington Redskins – 3
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 3
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 3
    Jordan HowardMiami Dolphins – 3
  4. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 2
    Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Jonathan TaylorIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 2
    Darrell Henderson Jr.Los Angeles Rams – 2
    David JohnsonHouston Texans – 2
    Lativius MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 2
    Malcolm BrownLos Angles Rams – 2
    Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Rex BurkheadNew England Patriots – 2
    Leonard FournetteTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    Ryan FitzpatrickMiami Dolphins – 2
    J.K. DobbinsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Brandon AlyukSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Peyton BarberWashington Redskins – 2
  5. Clyde Edwards-HelaireKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Kenyan DrakeArizona Cardinals – 1
    Ronald Jones IITampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Adrian PetersonDetroit Lions – 1
    Miles SandersPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Devin SingletaryBuffalo Bills – 1
    Joshua KelleyLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Mike DavisCarolina Panthers – 1
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 1
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Alexander MattisonMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Brian HillAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Joe BurrowCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Kerryon JohnsonDetroit Lions – 1
    Teddy BridgewaterCarolina Panthers – 1
    Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1
    Carlos HydeSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Justin HerbertLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    D’Andre SwiftDetroit Lions – 1
    Jalen RichardLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Tony PollardDallas Cowboys – 1
    Dion LewisNew York Giants – 1
    Dwayne Haskins Jr.Washington Redskins – 1
    Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Jeff Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 1
    Josh AdamsNew York Jets – 1
    Tom BradyTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Gerald EverettLos Angeles Rams – 1

2020 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Stefon DiggsBuffalo Bills – 403
    D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 403
  2. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 401
  3. DeAndre HopkinsArizona Cardinals – 397
  4. Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 387
  5. Robby AndersonCarolina Panthers – 377
  6. Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 349
  7. Justin JeffersonMinnesota Vikings – 348
  8. Allen Robinson IIChicago Bears – 331
  9. Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 327
  10. Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 321

2020 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 5
    Robert TonyanGreen Bay Packers – 5
  2. Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 4
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 4
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 4
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 4
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 4
  3. D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 3
    D.J. CharkJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    Jonnu SmithTennessee Titans – 3
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 3
    Jimmy GrahamChicago Bears – 3
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 3
  4. Stefon DiggsBuffalo Bills – 2
    Allen Robinson IIChicago Bears – 2
    DeeDee LambDallas Cowboys – 2
    Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 2
    Allen LazardGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Darius SlaytonNew York Giants – 2
    Noah FantDenver Broncos – 2
    Dalton SchultzDallas Cowboys – 2
    Tim PatrickDenver Broncos – 2
    John BrownBuffalo Bills – 2
    Moe Allie-CoxIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Keelan Cole Sr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Matt GesickiMiami Dolphins – 2
    Tre’Quan SmithNew Orleans Saints – 2
    Emanuel SandersNew Orleans Saints – 2
    T.J. HockensonDetriot Lions – 2
    David MooreSeattle Seahawks – 2
    Hayden HurstAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Tee HigginsCincinnati Bengals – 2
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    Mecole HardmanKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Cedrick WilsonDallas Cowboys – 2
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Anthony MillerChicago Bears – 2
    Gabriel DavisBuffalo Bills – 2
    Jalen GuytonLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    Braxton BerriosNew York Jets – 2
    Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 2
    Nelson AgholorLas Vegas Raiders – 2
    Andy IsabellaArizona Cardinals – 2
    Dontrelle InmanWashington Redskins – 2
    Jordan ReedSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 2
    Kareem HuntCleveland Browns – 2
    Tyler KroftBuffalo Bills – 2
  5. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 1
    DeAndre HopkinsArizona Cardinals – 1
    Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 1
    Robby AndersonCarolina Panthers – 1
    Justin JeffersonMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 1
    DeVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 1
    Michael GallupDallas Cowboys – 1
    Cole BeasleyBuffalo Bills – 1
    Scotty Miller – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Darren WallerLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Jerry JeudyDenver Broncos – 1
    Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    George KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Jamison CrowderNew York Jets – 1
    Randall CobbHouston Texans – 1
    Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Russell GageAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 1
    Hunter RenfrowLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Laviska Shenault Jr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Jordan AkinsHouston Texans – 1
    N’Keal HarryNew England Patriots – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Chase ClaypoolPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Diontae JohnsonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Greg WardPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Mike DavisCarolina Panthers – 1
    Darnell MooneyChicago Bears – 1
    Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Dallas GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Marvin Jones Jr.Detroit Lions – 1
    Adam HumphriesTennessee Titans – 1
    Zach PascalIndianapolis Colts – 1
    D’Andre SwiftDetroit Lions – 1
    Greg OlsenSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Jared CookNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Eric EbronPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Jerrick McKinnonSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Logan ThomasWashington Redskins – 1
    Rex BurkheadNew England Patriots – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Austin HooperCleveland Browns – 1
    David MontgomeryChicago Bears – 1
    Kenny StillsHouston Texans – 1
    Preston WilliamsMiami Dolphins – 1
    Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 1
    C.J. UzomahCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Freddie SwainSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Zay JonesLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Tyler EifertJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Christian KirkArizona Cardinals – 1
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Jeff Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 1
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Foster MoreauLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Darren FellsHouston Texans – 1
    Mike ThomasCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Chris ThompsonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Harrison BryantCleveland Browns – 1
    Jesse JamesDetroit Lions – 1
    Travis FulghamPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Tyron JohnsonLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    David NjokuCleveland Browns – 1
    Marvin HallDetroit Lions – 1
    Melvin Gordon IIIDenver Las Vegas Raiders – 1
    Alec Ingold Las Vegas Raiders – 1
    Ian ThomasCarolina Panthers – 1
    Nick BoyleBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Jason WittenLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Ke’Shawn VaughnTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Mercedes LewisGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Donald Parham Jr.Los Angeles Chargers – 1
    Javon WimsChicago Bears – 1
    Reggie BonnafonCarolina Panthers – 1
    MyCole PruittTennessee Titans – 1
    Zack MossBuffalo Bills – 1
    Patrick RicardBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Jacob HollisterSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Jakob JohnsonNew England Patriots – 1
    Travis HomerSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Anthony ShermanKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Cameron BrateTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Jordan ThomasArizona Cardinals – 1
    Eric FisherKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Reggie GilliamBuffalo Bills – 1
    Lee SmithBuffalo Bills – 1
  • Note: The Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Tennessee Titans was postponed to a later date due to Covid-19 concerns. It was noted as a Bye week for those two teams.

2020 NFL Week 3 Season Leaders

After Week 3 in the 2020 NFL Season, along with trying to lead their respective teams to victory, the key NFL position players fight for recognition as this season leaders in Passing, Rushing and Receiving. As each week of the 2020 NFL Season passes, new names are added to the rankings and the Top 10 players in each category are ranked based on Total Yards and Total Touchdowns for the season. The NFL Quarterbacks are ranked by the most Passing Yards and Passing Touchdowns. In addition, the NFL Running Backs and other key position players are ranked by most Rushing Yards and Rushing Touchdowns while the Wide Receivers and Tight Ends are ranked by most Receiving Yards and Receiving Touchdowns. The rankings for each category are as follows:

2020 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 1,188
  2. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 1,034
  3. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons – 961
  4. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 925
  5. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 898
  6. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 887
  7. Teddy BridgewaterCarolina Panthers – 871
  8. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 863
  9. Joe BurrowCincinnati Bengals – 821
  10. Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions – 811

2020 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 14
  2. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 10
  3. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 9
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 9
  4. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 7
    Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 7
  5. Ryan TannehillTennessee Titans – 6
    Gardner MinshewJacksonville Jaguars – 6
    Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 6
    Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 6
    Tom BradyTampa Buccaneers – 6
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 6
  6. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 5
    Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 5
    Joe BurrowCincinnati Bengals – 5
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 5
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 5
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 5
    Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 5
  7. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 4
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 4
    Ryan FitzpatrickMiami Dolphins – 4
    Dwayne Haskins Jr.Washington Redskins – 4
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 4
  8. Philip Rivers – Indianapolis Colts – 3
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 3
    Jeff DriskelDenver Broncos – 3
    Nick FolesChicago Bears – 3
  9. Teddy BridgewaterCarolina Panthers – 2
    Cam NewtonNew England Patriots – 2
    Daniel Jones – New York Giants – 2
    Justin HerbertLos Angeles Chargers – 2
  10. Nick MullensSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Drew LockDenver Broncos – 1

2020 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 319
  2. Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 303
  3. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 294
  4. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 292
  5. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 252
  6. Clyde Edwards-HelaireKansas City Chiefs – 240
  7. Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 236
  8. James RobinsonJacksonville Jaguars – 210
  9. Adrian PetersonDetroit Lions – 209
  10. Kareem HuntCleveland Browns – 204

2020 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 4
    Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 4
    Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 4
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 4
    Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 4
    Cam NewtonNew England Patriots – 4
  2. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 3
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 3
    James RobinsonJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 3
    Jordan HowardMiami Dolphins – 3
  3. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 2
    Darrell Henderson Jr.Los Angeles Rams – 2
    Todd Gurley IIArizona Falcons – 2
    Jonathan TaylorIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Malcolm BrownLos Angles Rams – 2
    Antonio GibsonWashington Redskins – 2
    Jerick McKinnonSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    David JohnsonHouston Texans – 2
    Leonard FournetteTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 2
    Rex BurkheadNew England Patriots – 2
    J.K. DobbinsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    Peyton BarberWashington Redskins – 2
  4. Clyde Edwards-HelaireKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Kenyan DrakeArizona Cardinals – 1
    Kareem HuntCleveland Browns – 1
    Miles SandersPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Melvin Gordon IIIDenver Broncos – 1
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 1
    Joshua KelleyLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Ronald Jones IITampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Brian HillAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Ryan FitzpatrickMiami Dolphins – 1
    Joe BurrowCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Kerryon JohnsonDetroit Lions – 1
    Carlos HydeSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1
    Jalen RichardLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Justin HerbertLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 1
    B. AlyukSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Dion LewisNew York Giants – 1
    D’Andre SwiftDetroit Lions – 1
    Jeff Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 1
    Tom BradyTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Josh AdamsNew York Jets – 1

2020 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. DeAndre HopkinsArizona Cardinals – 356
  2. Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 349
  3. D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 297
  4. Stefon DiggsBuffalo Bills – 288
  5. Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 285
  6. Robby AndersonCarolina Panthers – 278
  7. Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 269
  8. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 267
  9. Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 265
  10. Julian EdelmanNew England Patriots – 259

2020 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 4
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 4
    Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 4
  2. D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Jonnu SmithTennessee Titans – 3
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 3
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 3
    Jimmy GrahamChicago Bears – 3
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 3
  3. Stefon DiggsBuffalo Bills – 2
    Allen LazardGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Darius SlaytonNew York Giants – 2
    Noah FantDenver Broncos – 2
    Matt GesickiMiami Dolphins – 2
    John BrownBuffalo Bills – 2
    Keelan Cole Sr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Braxton BerriosNew York Jets – 2
    Anthony MillerChicago Bears – 2
    Andy IsabellaArizona Cardinals – 2
    Hayden HurstAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Cedrick WilsonDallas Cowboys – 2
    Emanuel SandersNew Orleans Saints – 2
    Jordan ReedSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Dontrelle InmanWashington Redskins – 2
    Tee HigginsCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Robert TonyanGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Kareem HuntCleveland Browns – 2
    Tyler KroftBuffalo Bills – 2
  4. DeAndre HopkinsArizona Cardinals – 1
    Robby AndersonCarolina Panthers – 1
    Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 1
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Michael GallupDallas Cowboys – 1
    Justin JeffersonMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Allen Robinson IIChicago Bears – 1
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Cooper Kupp – Los Angeles Rams – 1
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 1
    Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Russell GageAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Moe Allie-CoxIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Randall CobbHouston Texans – 1
    T.J. HockensonDetriot Lions – 1
    DeVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 1
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 1
    Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Darren WallerLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 1
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Chase ClaypoolPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Diontae JohnsonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Dalton SchultzDallas Cowboys – 1
    Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Hunter RenfrowLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Dallas GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Adam HumphriesTennessee Titans – 1
    Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Marvin Jones Jr.Detroit Lions – 1
    Jordan AkinsHouston Texans – 1
    Mike DavisCarolina Panthers – 1
    Mecole HardmanKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Jamison CrowderNew York Jets – 1
    Jared CookNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Eric EbronPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    D.J. CharkJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Greg WardPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Laviska Shenault Jr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Gabriel DavisBuffalo Bills – 1
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Tim PatrickDenver Broncos – 1
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Rex BurkheadNew England Patriots – 1
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Logan ThomasWashington Redskins – 1
    Darnell MooneyChicago Bears – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    C.J. UzomahCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Greg OlsenSeattle Seahawks – 1
    David MooreSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Preston WilliamsMiami Dolphins – 1
    Nelson AgholorLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Zach PascalIndianapolis Colts – 1
    David MontgomeryChicago Bears – 1
    Chris ThompsonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Jerrick McKinnonSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Mike ThomasCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 1
    Foster MoreauLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Tyler EifertJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    J. Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 1
    Jalen GuylonLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Freddie SwainSeattle Seahawks – 1
    David NjokuCleveland Browns – 1
    Marvin HallDetroit Lions – 1
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 1
    Zay JonesLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Darren FellsHouston Texans – 1
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Melvin Gordon IIIDenver Broncos – 1
    Jesse JamesDetroit Lions – 1
    Harrison BryantCleveland Browns – 1
    Mercedes LewisGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Nick BoyleBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Javon WimsChicago Bears – 1
    MyCole PruittTennessee Titans – 1
    Zack MossBuffalo Bills – 1
    Alec Ingoldegas Raiders – 1
    Darren FellsHouston Texans – 1
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Melvin Gordon IIIDenver Las Vegas Raiders – 1
    Patrick RicardBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Jacob HollisterSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Jakob JohnsonNew England Patriots – 1
    Anthony ShermanKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Eric FisherKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Reggie GilliamBuffalo Bills – 1
    Lee SmithBuffalo Bills – 1

2020 NFL Week 2 Season Leaders

After Week 2 in the 2020 NFL Season, along with trying to lead their respective teams to victory, the key NFL position players fight for recognition as this season leaders in Passing, Rushing and Receiving. As each week of the 2020 NFL Season passes, new names are added to the rankings and the Top 10 players in each category are ranked based on Total Yards and Total Touchdowns for the season. The NFL Quarterbacks are ranked by the most Passing Yards and Passing Touchdowns. In addition, the NFL Running Backs and other key position players are ranked by most Rushing Yards and Rushing Touchdowns while the Wide Receivers and Tight Ends are ranked by most Receiving Yards and Receiving Touchdowns. The rankings for each category are as follows:

2020 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 723
    Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons – 723
  2. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 716
  3. Teddy BridgewaterCarolina Panthers – 636
  4. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 610
  5. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 604
  6. Philip RiversIndianapolis Colts – 577
  7. Cam NewtonNew England Patriots – 552
  8. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 542
  9. Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions – 541
  10. Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 540

2020 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 9
  2. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 6
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 6
    Gardner MinshewJacksonville Jaguars – 6
    Ryan TannehillTennessee Titans – 6
  3. Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 5
    Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 5
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 5
  4. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 4
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 4
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 4
  5. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 3
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 3
    Joe BurrowCincinnati Bengals – 3
    Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 3
    Tom BradyTampa Buccaneers – 3
    Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 3
  6. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 2
    Philip Rivers – Indianapolis Colts – 2
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 2
    Daniel Jones – New York Giants – 2
    Ryan FitzpatrickMiami Dolphins – 2
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 2
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    Dwayne Haskins Jr.Washington Redskins – 2
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 2
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 2
    Jeff DriskelDenver Broncos – 2
  7. Teddy BridgewaterCarolina Panthers – 1
    Cam NewtonNew England Patriots – 1
    Justin HerbertLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Drew LockDenver Broncos – 1

2020 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 234
  2. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 200
  3. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 185
  4. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 184
  5. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 181
  6. Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 177
  7. Clyde Edwards-HelaireKansas City Chiefs – 176
  8. James RobinsonJacksonville Jaguars – 164
  9. Kareem HuntCleveland Browns – 158
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 158
  10. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 156

2020 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 4
    Cam NewtonNew England Patriots – 4
  2. Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 3
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 3
    Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 3
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 3
  3. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 2
    Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 2
    Malcolm BrownLos Angles Rams – 2
    Leonard FournetteTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    J.D. DobbinsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Peyton BarberWashington Redskins – 2
    Jordan HowardMiami Dolphins – 2
  4. Clyde Edwards-HelaireKansas City Chiefs – 1
    James RobinsonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Kareem HuntCleveland Browns – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Melvin Gordon IIIDenver Broncos – 1
    Kenyan DrakeArizona Cardinals – 1
    Joshua KelleyLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Jonathan TaylorIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Todd Gurley IIArizona Falcons – 1
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    David JohnsonHouston Texans – 1
    Jerick McKinnonSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Miles SandersPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Antonio GibsonWashington Redskins – 1
    Ronald Jones IITampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Darrell Henderson Jr.Los Angeles Rams – 1
    Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 1
    Joe BurrowCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 1
    Kerryon JohnsonDetroit Lions – 1
    Carlos HydeSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1
    Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Jalen RichardLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Dion LewisNew York Giants – 1
    D’Andre SwiftDetroit Lions – 1
    Justin HerbertLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Tom BradyTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Josh AdamsNew York Jets – 1

2020 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Stefon DiggsBuffalo Bills – 239
    Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 239
  2. Julian EdelmanNew England Patriots – 236
  3. Robby AndersonCarolina Panthers – 223
  4. DeAndre HopkinsArizona Cardinals – 219
  5. Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 192
  6. D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 187
  7. Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 186
  8. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 181
    Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 181
  9. D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 174
  10. CeeDee LambDallas Cowboys – 165

2020 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 4
  2. Jonnu SmithTennessee Titans – 3
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 3
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 3
  3. Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 2
    D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 2
    John BrownBuffalo Bills – 2
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 2
    Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Noah FantDenver Broncos – 2
    Darius SlaytonNew York Giants – 2
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    Keelan Cole Sr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Jordan ReedSan Francisco 49ers – 2
  4. Stefon DiggsBuffalo Bills – 1
    Robby AndersonCarolina Panthers – 1
    DeAndre HopkinsArizona Cardinals – 1
    Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 1
    Matt GesickiMiami Dolphins – 1
    Russell GageAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Diontae JohnsonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Darren WallerLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 1
    Dallas GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Chase ClaypoolPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    T.J. HockensonDetriot Lions – 1
    Jamison CrowderNew York Jets – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Hayden HurstAtlanta Falcons – 1
    D.J. CharkJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Allen LazardGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 1
    DeVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 1
    Dalton SchultzDallas Cowboys – 1
    Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 1
    Adam HumphriesTennessee Titans – 1
    Jordan AkinsHouston Texans – 1
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Jared CookNew Orleans Saints – 1
    C.J. UzomahCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Marvin Jones Jr.Detroit Lions – 1
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Anthony MillerChicago Bears – 1
    David MooreSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Darnell MooneyChicago Bears – 1
    Laviska Shenault Jr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Logan ThomasWashington Redskins – 1
    Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Braxton BerriosNew York Jets – 1
    David MontgomeryChicago Bears – 1
    David NjokuCleveland Browns – 1
    Marvin HallDetroit Lions – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Mike ThomasCincinnati Bengals – 1
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Tyler EifertJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Jimmy GrahamChicago Bears – 1
    Nelson AgholorLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Darren FellsHouston Texans – 1
    Freddie SwanSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Zach PascalIndianapolis Colts – 1
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Emanuel SandersNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Jalen GuylonLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 1
    Chris ThompsonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Robert TonyanGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Kareem HuntCleveland Browns – 1
    Greg OlsenSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Gabriel DavisBuffalo Bills – 1
    Melvin Gordon IIIDenver Broncos – 1
    Jerrick McKinnonSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Javon WimsChicago Bears – 1
    Zack MossBuffalo Bills – 1
    Zay JonesLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Patrick RicardBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Alec IngoldLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Reggie GilliamBuffalo Bills – 1
    Jakob JohnsonNew England Patriots – 1
    MyCole PruittTennessee Titans – 1

2020 NFL Week 1 Season Leaders

After Week 1 in the 2020 NFL Season, along with trying to lead their respective teams to victory, the key NFL position players fight for recognition as this season leaders in Passing, Rushing and Receiving. As each week of the 2020 NFL Season passes, new names are added to the rankings and the Top 10 players in each category are ranked based on Total Yards and Total Touchdowns for the season. The NFL Quarterbacks are ranked by the most Passing Yards and Passing Touchdowns. In addition, the NFL Running Backs and other key position players are ranked by most Rushing Yards and Rushing Touchdowns while the Wide Receivers and Tight Ends are ranked by most Receiving Yards and Receiving Touchdowns. The rankings for each category are as follows:

2020 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons – 450
  2. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 364
  3. Philip RiversIndianapolis Colts – 363
  4. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 322
  5. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 306
  6. Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions – 297
  7. Daniel JonesNew York Giants – 279
  8. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 275
  9. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 275
  10. Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 270

2020 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 4
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 4
  2. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 3
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 3
    Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 3
    Gardner MinshewJacksonville Jaguars – 3
  3. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 2
    Daniel Jones – New York Giants – 2
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 2
    Ryan TannehillTennessee Titans – 2
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Tom BradyTampa Buccaneers – 2
    Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 2
  4. Philip Rivers – Indianapolis Colts – 1
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 1
    Teddy BridgewaterCarolina Panthers – 1
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1
    Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 1
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 1
    Drew LockDenver Broncos – 1
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 1
    Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 1
    Dwayne Haskins Jr.Washington Redskins – 1

2020 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Clyde Edwards-HelaireKansas City Chiefs – 138
  2. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 116
  3. Benny Snell Jr.Pittsburgh Steelers – 113
  4. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 97
  5. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 96
  6. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 93
    Adrian PetersonDetroit Lions – 93
  7. Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 91
  8. Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 84
  9. Malcolm BrownLos Angeles Rams – 79
  10. Melvin Gordon IIIDenver Broncos – 78

2020 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 3
  2. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 2
    Malcolm BrownLos Angles Rams – 2
    Cam NewtonNew England Patriots – 2
    Peyton BarberWashington Redskins – 2
    J.D. DobbinsBaltimore Ravens – 2
  3. Clyde Edwards-HelaireKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 1
    Melvin Gordon IIIDenver Broncos – 1
    David JohnsonHouston Texans – 1
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Kenyan DrakeArizona Cardinals – 1
    Joshua KelleyLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 1
    Todd Gurley IIArizona Falcons – 1
    Joe BurrowCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1
    Carlos HydeSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Tom BradyTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    D’Andre SwiftDetroit Lions – 1
    Josh AdamsNew York Jets – 1
    Jordan HowardMiami Dolphins – 1

2020 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 157
  2. Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 156
  3. DeAndre HopkinsArizona Cardinals – 151
  4. Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 130
  5. Jamison CrowderNew York Jets – 115
  6. Russell GageAtlanta Falcons – 114
    Robby AndersonCarolina Panthers – 114
  7. Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 110
  8. Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 105
  9. Darius SlaytonNew York Giants – 102
  10. Dallas GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 101
    Marquise BrownBaltimore Ravens – 101
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 101

2020 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 2
    Darius SlaytonNew York Giants – 2
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 2
  2. Jamison CrowderNew York Jets – 1
    Robby AndersonCarolina Panthers – 1
    Dallas GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Noah FantDenver Broncos – 1
    Anthony MillerChicago Bears – 1
    John BrownBuffalo Bills – 1
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Allan LazardGreen Bay Packers – 1
    T.J. HockensonDetriot Lions – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    David NjokuCleveland Browns – 1
    Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Keelan Cole Sr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Jordan AkinsHouston Texans – 1
    Laviska Shenault Jr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Logan ThomasWashington Redskins – 1
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Jonnu SmithTennessee Titans – 1
    James WashintPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Jimmy GrahamChicago Bears – 1
    D.J. CharkJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Greg OlsenSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Nelson AgholorLas Vegas Raiders – 1
    Jerrick McKinnonSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 1
    Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Zack MossBuffalo Bills – 1
    Emanuel SandersNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Javon WimsChicago Bears – 1
    MyCole PruittTennessee Titans – 1

2019 NFL Week 17 Season Leaders

After Week 17 in the 2019 NFL Season, along with trying to lead their respective teams to victory, the key NFL position players fight for recognition as this season leaders in Passing, Rushing and Receiving. As each week of the 2019 NFL Season passes, new names are added to the rankings and the Top 10 players in each category are ranked based on Total Yards and Total Touchdowns for the season. The NFL Quarterbacks are ranked by the most Passing Yards and Passing Touchdowns. In addition, the NFL Running Backs and other key position players are ranked by most Rushing Yards and Rushing Touchdowns while the Wide Receivers and Tight Ends are ranked by most Receiving Yards and Receiving Touchdowns. The rankings for each category are as follows:

2019 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 5,109
  2. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 4,902
  3. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 4,639
  4. Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers – 4,615
  5. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 4,466
  6. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 4,110
  7. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 4,056
  8. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 4,055
  9. Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 4,039
  10. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 4,033

2019 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 36
  2. Jameis WinstonTampa Buccaneers – 33
  3. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 31
  4. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 30
  5. Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 27
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 27
    Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 27
  6. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 26
    Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 26
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 26
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 26
  7. Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 25
  8. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 24
    Daniel JonesNew York Giants – 24
  9. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 23
  10. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 22
    Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 22
    Ryan TannehillTennessee Titans – 22

2019 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 1,539
  2. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 1,494
  3. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1,357
  4. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 1,241
  5. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 1,231
  6. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 1,213
  7. Leonard FournetteJacksonville Jaguars – 1,152
  8. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 1,150
  9. Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 1,138
  10. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 1,135

2019 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 16
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 16
  2. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 13
    Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 13
  3. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 12
    Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 12
  4. Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 10
  5. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 9
  6. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 8
    Marlon MackIndianapolis Colts – 8
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 8
    Kenyan DrakeArizona Cardinals – 8
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 8
  7. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 7
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 7
    Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 7
    Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 7
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 7
    Damien WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 7
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 7
  8. Carlos HydeHouston Texans – 6
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 6
    David MontgomeryChicago Bears – 6
    Ronald Jones II – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 6
    Tevin ColemanSan Francisco 49ers – 6
    Jordan HowardPhiladelphia Eagles – 6
    Peyton BarberTampa Bay Buccaneers – 6
  9. Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 5
    Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 5
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 5
    Latavius MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 5
    Malcolm BrownLos Angeles Rams – 5
    B. ScottPhiladelphia Eagles – 5
  10. Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 4
    LeSean McCoyKansas City Chiefs – 4
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 4
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 4
    Ryan FitzpatrickMiami Dolphins – 4
    Jacoby BrissettIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Ryan TannehillTennessee Titans – 4
    Jeffrey Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 4
    Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 4
    Q. OllisonAtlanta Falcons – 4

2019 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 1,725
  2. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 1,393
  3. Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,333
  4. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 1,229
  5. DeVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 1,202
  6. Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 1,199
  7. Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 1,190
  8. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 1,189
  9. Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 1,176
  10. DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 1,165

2019 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 11
  2. Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 10
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 10
  3. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 9
    Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 9
    DeVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 9
    Marvin Jones Jr.Detroit Lions – 9
    Jared CookNew Orleans Saints – 9
  4. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 8
    Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 8
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 8
    A.J. BrownTennessee Titans – 8
    D.J. Chark Jr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 8
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 8
    Darius SlaytonNew York Giants – 8
  5. DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 7
    Allen Robinson IIChicago Bears – 7
    Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 7
    D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 7
    Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 7
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 7
    Darren FellsHouston Texans – 7
  6. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 6
    Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 6
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 6
    Julian EdelmanNew England Patriots – 6
    Courtland SuttonDenver Broncos – 6
    Michael GallupDallas Cowboys – 6
    John BrownBuffalo Bills – 6
    Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 6
    J. CrowderNew York Jets – 6
    Austin HooperAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Cole BeasleyBuffalo Bills – 6
    Golden TateNew York Giants – 6
    Tyrell WilliamsOakland Raiders – 6
    B. PerrimanBuffalo Bills – 6
    Mecole HardmanKansas City Chiefs – 6
    Marquise BrownBaltimore Ravens – 6
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 6
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 6
    Taysom HillNew Orleans Saints – 6
  7. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 5
    George KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 5
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 5
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 5
    Emanuel Sanders – San Francisco 49ers / Denver Broncos – 5
    Robby AndersonNew York Jets – 5
    Chris ConleyJacksonville Jaguars – 5
    Diontae JohnsonPittsburgh Steelers – 5
    Hunter HenryLos Angeles Chargers – 5
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 5
    Dallas GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 5
    Zach PascalIndianapolis Colts – 5
    M. GesickiMiami Dolphins – 5
    Curtis SamuelCarolina Panthers – 5
    T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 5
    Phillip Dorsett IINew England Patriots – 5
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 5
    Ryan GriffinNew York Jets – 5
    Jamaal WilliamsGreen Bay Packers – 5
    M. Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 5
    Foster MoreauOakland Raiders – 5
  8. D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 4
    Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 4
    Larry FitzgeraldArizona Cardinals – 4
    H. RenfrowOakland Raiders – 4
    Kenny StillsHouston Texans – 4
    Jason WittenDallas Cowboys – 4
    Alshon JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 4
    Demarcus RobinsonKansas City Chiefs – 4
    Jack DoyleIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Devonta FreemanAtlanta Falcons – 4
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 4
    Taylor GabrielChicago Bears – 4
    T. SharpeTennessee Titans – 4
    Cameron BrateTampa Buccaneers – 4
    S. Sims Jr.Washington Redskins – 4
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 4
    Ricky Seals-JonesCleveland Browns – 4
    T. SmithNew Orleans Saints – 4
  9. D. WallerOakland Raiders – 3
    Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 3
    Randall CobbDallas Cowboys – 3
    Deebo SamuelSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 3
    Christian KirkArizona Cardinals – 3
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 3
    Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    Sterling ShepardNew York Giants – 3
    Noah FantDenver Broncos – 3
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Miles SandersPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    John Ross IIICincinnati Bengals – 3
    Allen LazardGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 3
    Tarik CohenChicago Bears – 3
    Jimmy GrahamGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Tyler EifertCincinnati Bengals – 3
    Jonnu SmithTennessee Titans – 3
    Preston WilliamsMiami Dolphins – 3
    Duke Johnson Jr.Houston Texans – 3
    Eric EbronIndianapolis Colts – 3
    Blake JarwinDallas Cowboys – 3
    Nelson AgholorPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    K. ColeJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    J. HollisterSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Joe MixonCinncinnati Bengals – 3
    Vance McDonaldPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    K. SmithNew York Giants – 3
    B. JohnsonMinnesota Vikings – 3
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Josh HillNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Miles BoykinBaltimore Ravens – 3
    Demetrius HarrisCleveland Browns – 3
    Kendrick BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 3
  10. Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Mike WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    A. MillerChicago Bears – 2
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 2
    Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Greg OlsenCarolina Panthers – 2
    Mohamed SanuNew England Patriots / Atlanta Falcons – 2
    Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 2
    Ted Ginn Jr. – New Orleans Saints – 2
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 2
    Jordan AkinsHouston Texans – 2
    A. HurnsMiami Dolphins – 2
    Gerald EverettLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Dawson KnoxBuffalo Bills – 2
    T.J. Hockenson – Detroit Lions – 2
    Hayden HurstBaltimore Ravens – 2
    A. HumphriesTennessee Titans – 2
    D. WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 2
    David MooreSeattle Seahawks – 2
    C. LatimerNew York Giants – 2
    Geronimo AllisonGreen Bay Packers – 2
    M. JohnsonIndianapolis Colts – 2
    S. RobertsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 2
    K. BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Paul RichardsonWashington Redskins – 2
    C.J. UzomahCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Jaron BrownSeattle Seahawks – 2
    Delanie WalkerTennessee Titans – 2
    Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 2
    Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 2
    D. SingletaryBuffalo Bills – 2
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    J. WatsonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    DeSean JacksonPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    Chester Rogers Indianapolis Colts – 2
    James O’Shaughnessy…Jacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Ryquell ArmsteadJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Dante PettisSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    N. HarryNew England Patriots – 2
    D. ArnoldArizona Cardinals – 2
    R. DwelleySan Francisco 49ers – 2

2019 NFL Week 16 Season Leaders

After Week 16 in the 2019 NFL Season, along with trying to lead their respective teams to victory, the key NFL position players fight for recognition as this season leaders in Passing, Rushing and Receiving. As each week of the 2019 NFL Season passes, new names are added to the rankings and the Top 10 players in each category are ranked based on Total Yards and Total Touchdowns for the season. The NFL Quarterbacks are ranked by the most Passing Yards and Passing Touchdowns. In addition, the NFL Running Backs and other key position players are ranked by most Rushing Yards and Rushing Touchdowns while the Wide Receivers and Tight Ends are ranked by most Receiving Yards and Receiving Touchdowns. The rankings for each category are as follows:

2019 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 4,908
  2. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 4,599
  3. Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers – 4,334
  4. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 4,320
  5. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 4,153
  6. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 3,877
  7. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 3,859
  8. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 3,843
  9. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 3,835
  10. Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 3,750

2019 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 36
  2. Jameis WinstonTampa Buccaneers – 31
  3. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 29
  4. Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 27
  5. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 26
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 26
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 26
  6. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 25
    Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 25
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 25
  7. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 24
    Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 24
  8. Daniel JonesNew York Giants – 23
  9. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 22
  10. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 21

2019 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 1,453
  2. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 1,328
  3. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1,235
  4. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 1,231
  5. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 1,215
  6. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 1,213
  7. Leonard FournetteJacksonville Jaguars – 1,152
  8. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 1,150
  9. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 1,135
  10. Carlos HydeHouston Texans – 1,057

2019 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 16
  2. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 13
    Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 13
  3. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 12
    Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 12
  4. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 11
  5. Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 10
  6. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 9
  7. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 8
  8. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 7
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 7
    Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 7
    Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 7
    Kenyan DrakeArizona Cardinals – 7
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 7
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 7
  9. Carlos HydeHouston Texans – 6
    Marlon MackIndianapolis Colts – 6
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 6
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 6
    Ronald Jones II – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 6
    Tevin ColemanSan Francisco 49ers – 6
    Jordan HowardPhiladelphia Eagles – 6
    Peyton BarberTampa Bay Buccaneers – 6
  10. Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 5
    Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 5
    David MontgomeryChicago Bears – 5
    Latavius MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 5
    Damien WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 5

2019 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 1,688
  2. Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,333
  3. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 1,315
  4. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 1,205
  5. DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 1,165
  6. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,157
  7. Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 1,130
  8. Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 1,118
  9. Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 1,117
  10. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 1,097

2019 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 11
  2. Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 10
  3. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 9
    Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 9
    DeVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 9
    Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 9
    Marvin Jones Jr.Detroit Lions – 9
  4. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 8
    Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 8
    D.J. Chark Jr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 8
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 8
    Darius SlaytonNew York Giants – 8
    Jared CookNew Orleans Saints – 8
  5. DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 7
    Allen Robinson IIChicago Bears – 7
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 7
    A.J. BrownTennessee Titans – 7
    Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 7
    Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 7
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 7
    Darren FellsHouston Texans – 7
  6. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 6
    Julian EdelmanNew England Patriots – 6
    John BrownBuffalo Bills – 6
    Courtland SuttonDenver Broncos – 6
    Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 6
    D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 6
    Cole BeasleyBuffalo Bills – 6
    Austin HooperAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Tyrell WilliamsOakland Raiders – 6
    Mecole HardmanKansas City Chiefs – 6
    Marquise BrownBaltimore Ravens – 6
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 6
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 6
  7. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 5
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 5
    Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 5
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 5
    George KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 5
    Emanuel Sanders – San Francisco 49ers / Denver Broncos – 5
    J. CrowderNew York Jets – 5
    Robby AndersonNew York Jets – 5
    Chris ConleyJacksonville Jaguars – 5
    Diontae JohnsonPittsburgh Steelers – 5
    Golden TateNew York Giants – 5
    Zach PascalIndianapolis Colts – 5
    Curtis SamuelCarolina Panthers – 5
    Dallas GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 5
    B. PerrimanBuffalo Bills – 5
    T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 5
    Phillip Dorsett IINew England Patriots – 5
    Ryan GriffinNew York Jets – 5
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 5
    Jamaal WilliamsGreen Bay Packers – 5
    M. Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 5
    Taysom HillNew Orleans Saints – 5
    Foster MoreauOakland Raiders – 5
  8. D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 4
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 4
    Larry FitzgeraldArizona Cardinals – 4
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 4
    Hunter HenryLos Angeles Chargers – 4
    Kenny StillsHouston Texans – 4
    M. GesickiMiami Dolphins – 4
    Jason WittenDallas Cowboys – 4
    Alshon JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 4
    Jack DoyleIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Devonta FreemanAtlanta Falcons – 4
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 4
    Taylor GabrielChicago Bears – 4
    T. SharpeTennessee Titans – 4
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 4
    Ricky Seals-JonesCleveland Browns – 4
  9. D. WallerOakland Raiders – 3
    Michael GallupDallas Cowboys – 3
    Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 3
    Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 3
    Randall CobbDallas Cowboys – 3
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Deebo SamuelSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 3
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Christian KirkArizona Cardinals – 3
    Noah FantDenver Broncos – 3
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Sterling ShepardNew York Giants – 3
    Miles SandersPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    H. RenfrowOakland Raiders – 3
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 3
    John Ross IIICincinnati Bengals – 3
    Jonnu SmithTennessee Titans – 3
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Preston WilliamsMiami Dolphins – 3
    Demarcus RobinsonKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Tarik CohenChicago Bears – 3
    Tyler EifertCincinnati Bengals – 3
    Jimmy GrahamGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Eric EbronIndianapolis Colts – 3
    Blake JarwinDallas Cowboys – 3
    Duke Johnson Jr.Houston Texans – 3
    Nelson AgholorPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    J. HollisterSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Cameron BrateTampa Buccaneers – 3
    Joe MixonCinncinnati Bengals – 3
    B. JohnsonMinnesota Vikings – 3
    Vance McDonaldPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    S. Sims Jr.Washington Redskins – 3
    Miles BoykinBaltimore Ravens – 3
    Josh HillNew Orleans Saints – 3
    K. SmithNew York Giants – 3
    Demetrius HarrisCleveland Browns – 3
    Kendrick BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    T. SmithNew Orleans Saints – 3
  10. Mike WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    A. MillerChicago Bears – 2
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 2
    Greg OlsenCarolina Panthers – 2
    Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Mohamed SanuNew England Patriots / Atlanta Falcons – 2
    Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGreen Bay Packers – 2
    A. HurnsMiami Dolphins – 2
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 2
    Ted Ginn Jr. – New Orleans Saints – 2
    Allen LazardGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Gerald EverettLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Dawson KnoxBuffalo Bills – 2
    T.J. Hockenson – Detroit Lions – 2
    Jordan AkinsHouston Texans – 2
    A. HumphriesTennessee Titans – 2
    Hayden HurstBaltimore Ravens – 2
    D. WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 2
    K. ColeJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    C. LatimerNew York Giants – 2
    S. RobertsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    David MooreSeattle Seahawks – 2
    Geronimo AllisonGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 2
    K. BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    M. JohnsonIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Paul RichardsonWashington Redskins – 2
    Jaron BrownSeattle Seahawks – 2
    Delanie WalkerTennessee Titans – 2
    Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 2
    D. SingletaryBuffalo Bills – 2
    Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 2
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    DeSean JacksonPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    Chester Rogers Indianapolis Colts – 2
    James O’Shaughnessy…Jacksonville Jaguars – 2
    J. WatsonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    Dante PettisSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    R. DwelleySan Francisco 49ers – 2
    N. HarryNew England Patriots – 2

2019 NFL Week 15 – Players On The Move

WEEK 15 REVIEW

Drew Brees owns another NFL passing record after catching and then moving past Peyton Manning on the leader-board for career passing touchdowns. Starting the night tied with Tom Brady at 538 passing touchdowns, just one touchdown behind Manning, Brees ends the evening throwing four touchdowns and setting the new bar at 541 touchdowns. With two regular season games left for both Brady and Brees and both teams headed for the playoffs, it will be fun watching two of the greatest battle it out.

When Peyton Manning retired he sat firmly on top of the leader-boards for career passing touchdowns and career passing yards. He has many more accolades but those are big. Manning ended his amazing career with 539 passing touchdowns and he threw for 71,940 yards. Peyton currently sits at number 3 for passing yards behind Brees and Brady and will be moved into third position this season if Brady throws two more touchdowns in his final two games of the season which seems plausible.

During the pregame, there was an excitement in the air knowing Brees could possibly tie Peyton Manning’s record and perhaps become the NFL’s new passing touchdown leader during a home game in front of his loyal fans and family on Monday Night Football. Like a surgeon, Brees moved his team down the field when he connected with Tre’Quan Smith with 6:11 left in the second quarter, tying Manning for the most in league history at 539. Brees also passed Tom Brady with that pass. With just seconds left in the second quarter, Brees had marched his Saints down the field and into scoring position. Brees connects for a second touchdown with Tre’Quan Smith in the back of the endzone and everyone starts cheering and slapping hands but there was a flag. Turns out Smith was called for offensive interference and the points came off the board and with just 2 seconds left before the half, the Saints kicked the field goal and went into the locker room leading shutting out the Colts.

The halftime seemed like it was taking forever and we as fans were ready for some football. Soon enough, Drew was back on the field and moving his team with precision and accuracy. The record-breaking 540th touchdown pass came with 7:08 left in the third quarter when Brees hit tight end Josh Hill all alone in the end zone for a 5-yard score. Brees got the ball, took off his helmet, pointed to the crowd and blew kisses. He threw one more touchdown in the fourth quarter and ended the night with 4 passing touchdowns, the passing touchdown record and he completed 29-30 passes for 307 yards which is an astounding 97% completion rate. I think he was pretty pumped up.

With no indication either Brees nor Brady are planning to retire soon, we should enjoy the competition as they battle to be the all time leader and sit atop the leader board all alone. Brees is alone for now but Tom Brady is just one touchdown back from Peyton Manning’s previous record and right on Brees’ trail. I can’t wait to see where they finish. I’m not sure if there can be multiple GOAT’s but watching Manning set the bar so high and now it looks like both Brees and Brady will put some distance between themselves and Peyton which is just mind blowing.

In the last 100 years for the NFL, we have seen some amazing plays and talent galore. As a fan, I feel very lucky I got to witness the old schoolers like Jim Plunkett, then the 80’s crew with Elway and Marino and then the 90s with Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Philip Rivers and Drew Brees. Now with Mahomes and Lamar Jackson lighting it up, we will be entertained, thrilled and amazed for years to come.

QUARTERBACK LEADERS – WEEK 15 PLAYERS ON THE MOVE

  • Drew Brees passed Peyton Manning to assume the #1 position on the all time leader-board with 541 Career Passing Touchdowns. At this point in his career, Drew Brees also occupies the #1 position on the all time leader-board with 76,884 Career Passing YardsBrees’ 4 touchdowns moved him past Tom Brady who is in the #3 position behind Peyton Manning with 538 passing touchdowns.
  • Ryan Fitzpatrick passed Jim Everett to take over the #42 slot behind Randall Cunningham with 205 Career Passing Touchdowns.
  • Andy Dalton moved up 1 slot into a tie with Phil Simms at #45 for Career Passing Touchdowns with 199 Touchdowns.
  • Aaron Rodgers passed Carson Palmer to take over the #13 slot behind Hall of Fame Quarterback Fran Tarkenton with 46,407 Career Passing Yards.
  • Ryan Fitzpatrick moved past Mark Brunell to take over the #42 slot behind Hall of Fame Quarterback Sonny Jurgensen with 32,147 Career Passing Yards.

RUNNING BACK LEADERS – WEEK 15 PLAYERS ON THE MOVE

  • Frank Gore moved past Hall of Fame Running Back Barry Sanders into the #3 slot behind Hall of Fame Running Back Walter Payton with 15,321 Career Rushing Yards.
  • Adrian Peterson entered the Top 5 at #5 in Career Rushing Yards when he passed Hall of Fame Running Back Curtis Martin by just one yard with 14,102 yards. Peterson also scored a touchdown this week moving him from #5 into a tie position at #4 with Hall of Fame Running Back Walter Payton with 110 Career Rushing Touchdowns.
  • LeSean McCoy moved up 1 slot past Warrick Dunn into the #22 slot behind Hall of Fame Running Back O.J. Simpson with 11,071 Career Rushing Yards.
  • Mark Ingram joined Brandon Jacobs, Ahman Green and Hall of Fame Running Back Terrell Davis at the #33 slot with 60 Career Rushing Touchdowns.

WIDE RECEIVER LEADERS – WEEK 15 PLAYERS ON THE MOVE

  • Julio Jones passed Antonio Gates and Hall of Fame Wide Receiver Don Maynard to assume the #28 slot behind Hall of Fame Wide Receiver Michael Irvin with 11,881 Career Receiving Yards.
  • Jason Witten moved past Wesley Walker and Hall of Fame Wide Receiver Bob Hayes to join Marques Colston, Stanley Morgan and Jordy Nelson in the #25 slot with 72 Career Receiving Touchdowns.

DEFENSIVE LEADERS – WEEK 15 PLAYERS ON THE MOVE

  • Von Miller entered the Top 25 at #25 for Career Sacks with his sack this weekend moving him past Neil Smith and Kevin Carter leaving him a half sack behind former fellow Denver Bronco Elvis Dumervil with 105.0 Career Sacks.
  • Carlos Dunlap joined Karl Mecklenburg and Chad Brown at #49 with 79.0 Career Sacks.

2019 NFL Week 15 Season Leaders

After Week 15 in the 2019 NFL Season, along with trying to lead their respective teams to victory, the key NFL position players fight for recognition as this season leaders in Passing, Rushing and Receiving. As each week of the 2019 NFL Season passes, new names are added to the rankings and the Top 10 players in each category are ranked based on Total Yards and Total Touchdowns for the season. The NFL Quarterbacks are ranked by the most Passing Yards and Passing Touchdowns. In addition, the NFL Running Backs and other key position players are ranked by most Rushing Yards and Rushing Touchdowns while the Wide Receivers and Tight Ends are ranked by most Receiving Yards and Receiving Touchdowns. The rankings for each category are as follows:

2019 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 4,573
  2. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 4,334
  3. Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers – 4,055
  4. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 3,997
  5. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 3,769
  6. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 3,708
  7. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 3,659
  8. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 3,608
  9. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 3,564
  10. Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 3,481

2019 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 33
  2. Jameis WinstonTampa Buccaneers – 30
  3. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 28
  4. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 26
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 26
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 26
  5. Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 25
  6. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 24
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 24
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 24
  7. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 23
  8. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 21
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 21
    Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 21
  9. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 19
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 19
  10. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 18
    Jacoby BrisettIndianapolis Colts – 18
    Daniel JonesNew York Giants – 18

2019 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 1,408
  2. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 1,328
  3. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 1,191
  4. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1,188
  5. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 1,161
  6. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 1,150
  7. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 1,135
  8. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 1,110
  9. Leonard FournetteJacksonville Jaguars – 1,081
  10. Carlos HydeHouston Texans – 1,030

2019 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 14
  2. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 13
    Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 13
  3. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 12
  4. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 11
  5. Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 10
    Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 10
  6. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 9
  7. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 8
  8. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 7
    Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 7
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 7
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 7
  9. Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 6
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 6
    Jordan HowardPhiladelphia Eagles – 6
    Tevin ColemanSan Francisco 49ers – 6
    Peyton BarberTampa Bay Buccaneers – 6
  10. Carlos HydeHouston Texans – 5
    Marlon MackIndianapolis Colts – 5
    David MontgomeryChicago Bears – 5
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 5
    Latavius MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 5
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 5
    Ronald Jones II – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 5
    Kenyan DrakeArizona Cardinals – 5
    Damien WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 5

2019 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 1,552
  2. Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,333
  3. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,157
  4. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 1,149
  5. DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 1,142
  6. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 1,131
  7. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 1,073
    D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 1,073
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 1,073
  8. Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 1,052
  9. Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 1,046
  10. Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 1,032

2019 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 10
  2. Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 9
    Marvin Jones Jr.Detroit Lions – 9
  3. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 8
    Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 8
    Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 8
    Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 8
    D.J. Chark Jr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 8
    DeVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 8
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 8
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 8
    Darius SlaytonNew York Giants – 8
  4. DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 7
    Allen Robinson IIChicago Bears – 7
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 7
    A.J. BrownTennessee Titans – 7
    Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 7
    Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 7
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 7
    Darren FellsHouston Texans – 7
  5. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Courtland SuttonDenver Broncos – 6
    Julian EdelmanNew England Patriots – 6
    Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 6
    D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 6
    Cole BeasleyBuffalo Bills – 6
    Austin HooperAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Jared CookNew Orleans Saints – 6
    Tyrell WilliamsOakland Raiders – 6
    Mecole HardmanKansas City Chiefs – 6
    Marquise BrownBaltimore Ravens – 6
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 6
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 6
  6. Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 5
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 5
    Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 5
    John BrownBuffalo Bills – 5
    Emanuel Sanders – San Francisco 49ers / Denver Broncos – 5
    J. CrowderNew York Jets – 5
    Zach PascalIndianapolis Colts – 5
    Curtis SamuelCarolina Panthers – 5
    Golden TateNew York Giants – 5
    B. PerrimanBuffalo Bills – 5
    T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 5
    Phillip Dorsett IINew England Patriots – 5
    Ryan GriffinNew York Jets – 5
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 5
    Jamaal WilliamsGreen Bay Packers – 5
    Foster MoreauOakland Raiders – 5
    Taysom HillNew Orleans Saints – 5
  7. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 4
    D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 4
    George KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 4
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 4
    Robby AndersonNew York Jets – 4
    Chris ConleyJacksonville Jaguars – 4
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 4
    Hunter HenryLos Angeles Chargers – 4
    Diontae JohnsonPittsburgh Steelers – 4
    Kenny StillsHouston Texans – 4
    Jason WittenDallas Cowboys – 4
    Alshon JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 4
    Dallas GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 4
    Jack DoyleIndianapolis Colts – 4
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 4
    Taylor GabrielChicago Bears – 4
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 4
    M. Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 4
    Ricky Seals-JonesCleveland Browns – 4
  8. D. WallerOakland Raiders – 3
    Michael GallupDallas Cowboys – 3
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 3
    Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 3
    Larry FitzgeraldArizona Cardinals – 3
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Randall CobbDallas Cowboys – 3
    Deebo SamuelSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 3
    Christian KirkArizona Cardinals – 3
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Noah FantDenver Broncos – 3
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 3
    Miles SandersPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Preston WilliamsMiami Dolphins – 3
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Demarcus RobinsonKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Tarik CohenChicago Bears – 3
    Jimmy GrahamGreen Bay Packers – 3
    John Ross IIICincinnati Bengals – 3
    Eric EbronIndianapolis Colts – 3
    Nelson AgholorPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Duke Johnson Jr.Houston Texans – 3
    Blake JarwinDallas Cowboys – 3
    Devonta FreemanAtlanta Falcons – 3
    Cameron BrateTampa Buccaneers – 3
    J. HollisterSeattle Seahawks – 3
    B. JohnsonMinnesota Vikings – 3
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Joe MixonCinncinnati Bengals – 3
    Vance McDonaldPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Josh HillNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Miles BoykinBaltimore Ravens – 3
    Kendrick BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    T. SmithNew Orleans Saints – 3
  9. Mike WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 2
    A. MillerChicago Bears – 2
    Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 2
    Greg OlsenCarolina Panthers – 2
    Sterling ShepardNew York Giants – 2
    Mohamed SanuNew England Patriots / Atlanta Falcons – 2
    M. GesickiMiami Dolphins – 2
    Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Ted Ginn Jr. – New Orleans Saints – 2
    Gerald EverettLos Angeles Rams – 2
    H. RenfrowOakland Raiders – 2
    A. HurnsMiami Dolphins – 2
    Jonnu SmithTennessee Titans – 2
    T.J. Hockenson – Detroit Lions – 2
    Jordan AkinsHouston Texans – 2
    Allen LazardGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Dawson KnoxBuffalo Bills – 2
    Tyler EifertCincinnati Bengals – 2
    A. HumphriesTennessee Titans – 2
    Hayden HurstBaltimore Ravens – 2
    K. ColeJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Geronimo AllisonGreen Bay Packers – 2
    David MooreSeattle Seahawks – 2
    K. BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    S. RobertsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 2
    T. SharpeTennessee Titans – 2
    Paul RichardsonWashington Redskins – 2
    M. JohnsonIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Jaron BrownSeattle Seahawks – 2
    Delanie WalkerTennessee Titans – 2
    Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 2
    D. SingletaryBuffalo Bills – 2
    Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 2
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    DeSean JacksonPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    Chester Rogers Indianapolis Colts – 2
    James O’Shaughnessy…Jacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Demetrius HarrisCleveland Browns – 2
    Dante PettisSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    R. DwelleySan Francisco 49ers – 2
    N. HarryNew England Patriots – 2
  10. Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Danny AmendolaDetroit Lions – 1
    Auden TateCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    D. ThomasNew York Jets – 1
    Josh Gordon – Seattle Seahawks / New England Patriots – 1
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    LeVeon BellNew York Jets – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    R. GageAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 1
    I. Smith Jr.Minnesota Vikings – 1
    J. ReynoldsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    N. BoyleBaltimore Ravens – 1
    D. WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    M. HallDetroit Lions – 1
    J. SamuelsPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    C. LatimerNew York Giants – 1
    Royce FreemanDenver Broncos – 1
    Isaiah McKenzieBuffalo Bills – 1
    J.D. McKissicDetroit Lions – 1
    M. TurnerSeattle Seahawks – 1
    C. ClayArizona Cardinals – 1
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