2018 NFL Week 6 Season Leaders

After Week 6 in the 2018 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 2018 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:

2018 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 2,011
  2. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 1,997
  3. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 1,955
  4. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 1,928
  5. Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 1,921
  6. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 1,865
  7. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1,798
  8. Andrew LuckIndianapolis Colts – 1,792
  9. Joe FlaccoBaltimore Ravens – 1,788
  10. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 1,783
  11. Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers – 1,702
  12. Case KeenumDenver Broncos – 1,687
  13. Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 1,675
  14. Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 1,674
  15. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 1,658

2018 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 18
  2. Andrew LuckIndianapolis Colts – 16
  3. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 15
  4. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 14
    Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 14
  5. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 13
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 13
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 13
  6. Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 12
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 12
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 12
  7. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 11
    Ryan Fitzpatrick – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 11
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 11
  8. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 10
  9. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 9
    Joe FlaccoBaltimore Ravens – 9
    Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 9
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 9
    Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 9
  10. Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 8
    Ryan TannehillMiami Dolphins – 8
  11. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 7
    Case KeenumDenver Broncos – 7
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 7
  12. Eli ManningNew York Giants – 6
    Alex SmithWashington Redskins – 6
    C.J. BeathardSan Francisco 49ers – 6
  13. Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 5
    Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 5
  14. Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 4
    Brock OsweilerMiami Dolphins – 4
  15. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 2
    Marcus MariottaTennessee Titans – 2
    J. RosenArizona Cardinals – 2
    Tyrod TaylorCleveland Browns – 2
    Sam BradfordArizona Cardinals – 2
  16. Nick FolesPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Blaine GabbertTennessee Titans – 1
    Nathan PetermanBuffalo Bills – 1
    Kevin ByardTennessee Titans – 1
    Odell Beckham Jr.New York Giants – 1
    A. WilsonMiami Dolphins – 1

2018 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 623
  2. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 586
  3. Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 466
  4. Kareem HuntKansas City Chiefs – 456
  5. James ConnerPittsburgh Steelers – 453
  6. Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 438
  7. Isiah CrowellNew York Jets – 430
    Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 430
  8. Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 400
  9. Carlos HydeCleveland Browns – 382
  10. Marshawn LynchOakland Raiders – 376
  11. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 352
  12. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 349
  13. Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 346
  14. Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 339
  15. Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 336
  16. Bilal PowellNew York Jets – 323
  17. Frank GoreMiami Dolphins – 303
  18. T.J. YeldonJacksonville Jaguars – 299
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 299
  19. David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 297
  20. Kerryon JohnsonDetroit Lions – 286
  21. Jordan HowardChicago Bears – 272
    Royce FreemanDenver Broncos – 272
  22. Alex CollinsBaltimore Ravens – 271
    Lamar MillerHouston Texans – 271
  23. Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 263
  24. Latavius MurrayMinnesota Vikings – 261
  25. Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 260
  26. LeSean McCoyBuffalo Bills – 243
  27. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 240
  28. Peyton BarberTampa Bay Buccaneers – 230
  29. Alfred MorrisSan Francisco 49ers – 228
  30. Jamaal WilliamsGreen Bay Packers – 224

2018 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 9
  2. James ConnerPittsburgh Steelers – 7
  3. Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 6
  4. Isiah CrowellNew York Jets – 5
    Carlos HydeCleveland Browns – 5
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 5
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 5
  5. Kareem HuntKansas City Chiefs – 4
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 4
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 4
    Alex CollinsBaltimore Ravens – 4
  6. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 3
    Marshawn LynchOakland Raiders – 3
    Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 3
    Royce FreemanDenver Broncos – 3
    Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 3
    M. DavisSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Jay AjayiPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 3
    Giovani BernardCincinnati Bengals – 3
    Ito SmithAtlanta Falcons – 3
    Javorius AllenBaltimore Ravens – 3
  7. Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Corey ClementPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    N. ChubbCleveland Browns – 2
    LeGarrette BlountDetroit Lions – 2
    Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Mark Ingram IINew Orleans Saints – 2
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 2
    Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 2
  8. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Philip LindsayDenver Broncos – 1
    T.J. YeldonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Kerryon JohnsonDetroit Lions – 1
    Jordan HowardChicago Bears – 1
    Lativius MurrayMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Alfred MorrisSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Kenyan DrakeMiami Dolphins – 1
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Wendell SmallwoodPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Alfred BlueHouston Texans – 1
    A. JonesGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Dion LewisTennessee Titans – 1
    Tarik CohenChicago Bears – 1
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 1
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 1
    Marcus MariotaTennessee Titans – 1
    Chris IvoryBuffalo Bills – 1
    Tyrod TaylorCleveland Browns – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Ty MontgomeryGreen Bay Packers – 1
    T. HillNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Alex SmithWashington Redskins – 1
    Ryan FitzpatrickTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 1
    C.J. BeathardSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Kenneth DixonBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    K. BibbsWashington Redskins – 1
    Case KeenumDenver Broncos – 1
    Alex ArmahCarolina Panthers – 1

2018 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 712
  2. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 707
  3. DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 657
  4. Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 567
  5. JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 561
  6. Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 557
  7. Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 524
  8. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 519
  9. Odell Beckham Jr.New York Giants – 506
  10. Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 505
  11. DeSean JacksonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 501
  12. A.J. GreenCincinnati Bengals – 494
  13. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 484
  14. Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 480
  15. Antonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers – 478
  16. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 468
  17. Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 464
  18. Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 455
  19. Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 438
  20. Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 435
  21. Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 434
  22. Golden TateDetroit Lions – 431
  23. G. KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 429
  24. Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 428
  25. John BrownBaltimore Ravens – 424
  26. Rob GronkowskiNew England Patriots – 405
  27. Jared CookOakland Raiders – 400
  28. Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 392
  29. Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 388
  30. Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 373
  31. Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 361
  32. Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 360
  33. Albert WilsonMiami Dolphins – 359
  34. Alvin  KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 351
  35. Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 349

2018 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 6
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 6
    Antonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers – 6
    Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Eric EbronIndianapolis Colts – 6
  2. A.J. GreenCincinnati Bengals – 5
    Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 5
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 5
  3. Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 4
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 4
    Albert WilsonMiami Dolphins – 4
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 4
    Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 4
  4. DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 3
    Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 3
    Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 3
    DeSean JacksonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
    Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
    Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 3
    Golden TateDetroit Lions – 3
    Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 3
    John BrownBaltimore Ravens – 3
    Dimaryius ThomasDenver Broncos – 3
    Jordy NelsonOakland Raiders – 3
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 3
    Tyrell WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Mohamed SanuAtlanta Falcons – 3
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Kenny StillsMiami Dolphins – 3
    Robby AndersonNew York Jets – 3
    Mike WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Marvin JonesDetroit Lions – 3
    T.J. YeldonJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    A. JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Trey BurtonChicago Bears – 3
    M. GoodwinSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    D. MooreSeattle Seahawks – 3
    C. BrateTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
  5. JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 2
    Jared CookOakland Raiders – 2
    Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Saquon BarclayNew York Giants – 2
    Michael CrabtreeBaltimore Ravens – 2
    S. ShepardNew York Giants – 2
    Devin FunchessCarolina Panthers – 2
    T. GabrielChicago Bears – 2
    T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Geronimo AllisonGreen Bay Packers – 2
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    Allen RobinsonChicago Bears – 2
    Austin HooperAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 2
    Donte MoncriefJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Terrelle PriorNew York Jets – 2
    Chris HoganNew England Patriots – 2
    P. RichardsonWashington Redskins – 2
    Phillip DorsettNew England Patriots – 2
    N. HinesIndianapolis Colts – 2
    J. GrantMiami Dolphins – 2
    Kareem HuntKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 2
    Ted Ginn Jr.New Orleans Saints – 2
    Tavon AustinDallas Cowboys – 2
    T. SmithNew Orleans Saints – 2
    Kendrick BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Torrey SmithCarolina Panthers – 2
    Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 2
    C. PattersonNew England Patriots – 2
    Chris ConleyKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Anthony MillerChicago Bears – 2
    John RossCincinnati Bengals – 2
    J. BrownSeattle Seahawks – 2
    E. SwoopeIndianapolis Colts – 2
    A. RobinsonMinnesota Vikings – 2
  6. Odell Beckham Jr.New York Giants – 1
    Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    G. KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Rob GronkowskiNew England Patriots – 1
    Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 1
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Jimmy GrahamGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Keelan ColeJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 1
    C. KirkArizona Cardinals – 1
    Nelson AgholorPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Quincy EnunwaNew York Jets – 1
    Amari CooperLos Angeles Raiders – 1
    V. McDonaldPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Jesse JamesPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    R. GrantIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Tarik CohenChicago Bears – 1
    C. RogersIndianapolis Colts – 1
    David NjokuCleveland Browns – 1
    R. HigginsCleveland Browns – 1
    Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 1
    K. JuszcyzkSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Jordan ReedWashington Redskins – 1
    C. SuttonDenver Broncos – 1
    M. Valdes-Sc…Green Bay Packers – 1
    Chris ThompsonWashington Redskins – 1
    Z. JonesBuffalo Bills – 1
    Randall CobbGreen Bay Packers – 1
    K. CouteeHouston Texans – 1
    R. Seals-JonesArizona Cardinals – 1
    Antonio CallawayCleveland Browns – 1
    Taywan TaylorTennessee Titans – 1
    G. SwaimDallas Cowboys – 1
    Laquon TreadwellMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Tyler EifertCincinnati Bengals – 1
    C.J. UzomahCincinnati Bengals – 1
    D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 1
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Javorius AllenBaltimore Ravens – 1
    V. DavisWashington Redskins – 1
    Kelvin BenjaminBuffalo Bills – 1
    K. DrakeMiami Dolphins – 1
    Seth RobertsLos Angeles Raiders – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Brandon MarshallSeattle Seahawks – 1
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1
    Jamison CrowderWashington Redskins – 1
    T. TaylorSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Z. PascalIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Josh GordonNew England Patriots – 1
    J. HillNew Orleans Saints – 1
    T. SharpeTennessee Titans – 1
    Jarius WrightCarolina Panthers – 1
    C. MeredithNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 1
    D. GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Antonio GatesLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Julian EdelmanNew England Patriots – 1
    J. MatthewsPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    A. CollinsBaltimore Ravens – 1
    R. EllisonNew York Giants – 1
    Bilal PowellNew York Jets – 1
    Virgil GreenLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 1
    C. HerndonNew York Jets – 1
    M. JohnsonIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Dante PettisSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    W. SmallwoodPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Bruce EllingtonHouston Texans – 1
    M. BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Austin Sefarian-JenkinsJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    D. FellsCleveland Browns – 1
    A. HurnsDallas Cowboys – 1
    Lamar MillerHouston Texans – 1
    D. HarrisKansas City Chiefs – 1
    J. CroomBuffalo Bills – 1
    Lance KendricksGreen Bay Packers – 1
    R. SwitzerPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Dane CruikshankTennessee Titans – 1
    Anthony ShermanKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 1
    C. WilliamsArizona Cardinals – 1
    Frank GoreMiami Dolphins – 1
    N. O’LearyMiami Dolphins – 1
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    L. PaulsonAtlanta Falcons – 1
    P. BarberTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    C. SamuelCarolina Panthers – 1
    A.J. DerbyMiami Dolphins – 1
    Demarcus RobinsonKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Garrett CelekSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    De’Anthony ThomasKansas City Chiefs – 1
    J. BellamyChicago Bears – 1
    C.J. AndersonCarolina Panthers – 1
    J. LeggettNew York Jets – 1
    Michael Roberts – Detroit Lions – 1
    Z. LineNew Orleans Saints – 1

2018 NFL Week 5 Season Leaders

After Week 5 in the 2018 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 2018 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:

2018 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 1,727
  2. Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 1,688
  3. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 1,658
  4. Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 1,642
  5. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 1,641
  6. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1,621
  7. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 1,601
  8. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 1,572
  9. Joe FlaccoBaltimore Ravens – 1,252
  10. Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 1,526

2018 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 14
  2. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 13
    Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 13
  3. Andrew LuckIndianapolis Colts – 12
    Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 12
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 12
  4. Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 11
    Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 11
    Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 11
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 11
    Ryan Fitzpatrick – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 11
  5. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 10
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 10
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 10
  6. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 8
    Joe FlaccoBaltimore Ravens – 8
    Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 8
    Ryan TannehillMiami Dolphins – 8
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 8
  7. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 7
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 7
    Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 7
  8. Eli ManningNew York Giants – 6
  9. Case KeenumDenver Broncos – 5
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 5
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 5
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 5
  10. Alex SmithWashington Redskins – 4
    C.J. BeathardSan Francisco 49ers – 4
  11. Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 3
  12. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 2
    Marcus MariottaTennessee Titans – 2
    Tyrod TaylorCleveland Browns – 2
    Sam BradfordArizona Cardinals – 2
  13. J. RosenArizona Cardinals – 1
    Nick FolesPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Blaine GabbertTennessee Titans – 1
    Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Kevin ByardTennessee Titans – 1
    A. WilsonMiami Dolphins – 1
    Brock OsweilerMiami Dolphins – 1

2018 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 480
  2. Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 415
  3. Isiah CrowellNew York Jets – 390
  4. Kareem HuntKansas City Chiefs – 376
  5. Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 369
  6. Carlos HydeCleveland Browns – 348
  7. James ConnerPittsburgh Steelers – 342
  8. Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 334
  9. Marshawn LynchOakland Raiders – 331
  10. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 329
  11. Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 328
  12. Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 308
  13. Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 299
  14. Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 294
  15. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 293
  16. Kerryon JohnsonDetroit Lions – 286
  17. Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 272
  18. Bilal PowellNew York Jets – 264
  19. T.J. YeldonJacksonville Jaguars – 258
  20. Royce FreemanDenver Broncos – 250
  21. David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 242
    Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 242
  22. Alfred MorrisSan Francisco 49ers – 228
  23. Lamar MillerHouston Texans – 225
    Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 225
  24. Alex CollinsBaltimore Ravens – 217
  25. Jordan HowardChicago Bears – 203
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 203

2018 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 7
  2. Isiah CrowellNew York Jets – 5
    Carlos HydeCleveland Browns – 5
    James ConnerPittsburgh Steelers – 5
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 5
  3. Kareem HuntKansas City Chiefs – 4
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 4
  4. Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Marshawn LynchOakland Raiders – 3
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 3
    Royce FreemanDenver Broncos – 3
    Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 3
    Jay AjayiPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    M. DavisSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 3
    Giovani BernardCincinnati Bengals – 3
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 3
    Javorius AllenBaltimore Ravens – 3
  5. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 2
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 2
    Alex CollinsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    N. ChubbCleveland Browns – 2
    LeGarrette BlountDetroit Lions – 2
    Ito SmithAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 2
  6. Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Philip LindsayDenver Broncos – 1
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Kerryon JohnsonDetroit Lions – 1
    Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 1
    T.J. YeldonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Alfred MorrisSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Jordan HowardChicago Bears – 1
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1
    Dion LewisTennessee Titans – 1
    Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Alfred BlueHouston Texans – 1
    Kenyan DrakeMiami Dolphins – 1
    Wendell SmallwoodPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    A. JonesGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Tyrod TaylorCleveland Browns – 1
    Chris IvoryBuffalo Bills – 1
    Marcus MariotaTennessee Titans – 1
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 1
    Corey ClementPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    T. HillNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Ryan FitzpatrickTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Alex SmithWashington Redskins – 1
    Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 1
    Kenneth DixonBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    C.J. BeathardSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Case KeenumDenver Broncos – 1
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 1
    K. BibbsWashington Redskins – 1
    Alex ArmahCarolina Panthers – 1

2018 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 594
  2. Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 589
  3. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 564
  4. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 519
  5. Odell Beckham Jr.New York Giants – 462
  6. Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 452
  7. JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 450
  8. Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 438
  9. Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 437
  10. Golden TateDetroit Lions – 431
  11. Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 428
  12. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 426
  13. Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 425
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 425
  14. DeSean JacksonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 424
  15. Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 415
  16. A.J. GreenCincinnati Bengals – 409
  17. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 407
  18. Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 402
  19. G. KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 399
  20. John BrownBaltimore Ravens – 396
  21. Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 393
  22. Jared CookOakland Raiders – 390
  23. Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 381
  24. Antonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers – 373
  25. Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 372
  26. Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 361
  27. Alvin  KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 351
  28. Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 350

2018 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 6
  2. Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 5
    A.J. GreenCincinnati Bengals – 5
    Antonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers – 5
    Eric EbronIndianapolis Colts – 5
  3. Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 4
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 4
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 4
  4. Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 3
    Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Golden TateDetroit Lions – 3
    Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 3
    Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 3
    DeSean JacksonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
    Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 3
    Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 3
    John BrownBaltimore Ravens – 3
    Jordy NelsonOakland Raiders – 3
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 3
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Mike WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Kenny StillsMiami Dolphins – 3
    Marvin JonesDetroit Lions – 3
    Robby AndersonNew York Jets – 3
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    T.J. YeldonJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
  5. DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 2
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Jared CookOakland Raiders – 2
    S. ShepardNew York Giants – 2
    T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Geronimo AllisonGreen Bay Packers – 2
    S. BarclayNew York Giants – 2
    Dimaryius ThomasDenver Broncos – 2
    Mohamed SanuAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Donte MoncriefJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 2
    Albert WilsonMiami Dolphins – 2
    T. GabrielChicago Bears – 2
    Phillip DorsettNew England Patriots – 2
    Trey BurtonChicago Bears – 2
    N. HinesIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 2
    J. GrantMiami Dolphins – 2
    Chris HoganNew England Patriots – 2
    Ted Ginn Jr.New Orleans Saints – 2
    T. SmithNew Orleans Saints – 2
    Tavon AustinDallas Cowboys – 2
    C. PattersonNew England Patriots – 2
    Kendrick BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    John RossCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Chris ConleyKansas City Chiefs – 2
    D. MooreSeattle Seahawks – 2
    C. BrateTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    A. RobinsonMinnesota Vikings – 2
  6. Odell Beckham Jr.New York Giants – 1
    Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Zack Ertz – Philadelphia Eagles – 1
    G. KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 1
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 1
    Rob GronkowskiNew England Patriots – 1
    Keelan ColeJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Amari CooperLos Angeles Raiders – 1
    Quincy EnunwaNew York Jets – 1
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Michael CrabtreeBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Jesse JamesPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    R. GrantIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Jimmy GrahamGreen Bay Packers – 1
    R. HigginsCleveland Browns – 1
    Devin FunchessCarolina Panthers – 1
    C. KirkArizona Cardinals – 1
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Allen RobinsonChicago Bears – 1
    Nelson AgholorPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    V. McDonaldPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Austin HooperAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Chris ThompsonWashington Redskins – 1
    K. JuszcyzkSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Randall CobbGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Tyrell WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 1
    Jordan ReedWashington Redskins – 1
    P. RichardsonWashington Redskins – 1
    Tyler EifertCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Terrelle PriorNew York Jets – 1
    Tarik CohenChicago Bears – 1
    Taywan TaylorTennessee Titans – 1
    C. SuttonDenver Broncos – 1
    K. CouteeHouston Texans – 1
    G. SwaimDallas Cowboys – 1
    A. JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Laquon TreadwellMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Antonio CallawayCleveland Browns – 1
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Jamison CrowderWashington Redskins – 1
    Javorius AllenBaltimore Ravens – 1
    T. TaylorSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Brandon MarshallSeattle Seahawks – 1
    K. DrakeMiami Dolphins – 1
    R. Seals-JonesArizona Cardinals – 1
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1
    C.J. UzomahCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Jarius WrightCarolina Panthers – 1
    C. MeredithNew Orleans Saints – 1
    M. Valdes-Sc…Green Bay Packers – 1
    Antonio GatesLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Seth RobertsLos Angeles Raiders – 1
    A. CollinsBaltimore Ravens – 1
    D. GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    R. EllisonNew York Giants – 1
    Bilal PowellNew York Jets – 1
    Virgil GreenLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 1
    Kelvin BenjaminBuffalo Bills – 1
    D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 1
    Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Dante PettisSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    W. SmallwoodPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Bruce EllingtonHouston Texans – 1
    M. BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Austin Sefarian-JenkinsJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Z. PascalIndianapolis Colts – 1
    T. SharpeTennessee Titans – 1
    D. FellsCleveland Browns – 1
    A. HurnsDallas Cowboys – 1
    Josh GordonCleveland Browns – 1
    J. MatthewsPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 1
    D. HarrisKansas City Chiefs – 1
    J. CroomBuffalo Bills – 1
    J. BrownSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Anthony ShermanKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Torrey SmithCarolina Panthers – 1
    Kareem HuntKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Dane CruikshankTennessee Titans – 1
    Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 1
    E. SwoopeIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Antony MillerChicago Bears – 1
    R. SwitzerPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    M. GoodwinSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Lamar MillerHouston Texans – 1
    C. WilliamsArizona Cardinals – 1
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    L. PaulsonAtlanta Falcons – 1
    C. SamuelCarolina Panthers – 1
    A.J. DerbyMiami Dolphins – 1
    Frank GoreMiami Dolphins – 1
    Demarcus RobinsonKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Lance KendricksGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Garrett CelekSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    De’Anthony ThomasKansas City Chiefs – 1
    J. BellamyChicago Bears – 1
    C.J. AndersonCarolina Panthers – 1
    J. LeggettNew York Jets – 1
    Michael Roberts – Detroit Lions – 1
    Z. LineNew Orleans Saints – 1

2018 NFL Week 4 Season Leaders

After Week 4 in the 2018 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 2018 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:

2018 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 1,406
  2. Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 1,392
  3. Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 1,387
  4. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 1,373
  5. Ryan FitzpatrickTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,356
  6. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 1,316
  7. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 1,295
  8. Joe Flacco – Baltimore Ravens – 1,252
  9. Deshaun Watson – Houston Texans – 1,246
  10. Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions – 1,202

2018 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 14
  2. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 12
  3. Ryan Fitzpatrick – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 11
    Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 11
    Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 11
  4. Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 10
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 10
  5. Andrew LuckIndianapolis Colts – 9
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 9
  6. Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 8
    Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 8
    Joe FlaccoBaltimore Ravens – 8
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 8
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 8
  7. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 7
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 7
    Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 7
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 7
    Ryan TannehillMiami Dolphins – 7
  8. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 6
  9. Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 5
    Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 5
  10. Eli ManningNew York Giants – 4
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 4
    Alex SmithWashington Redskins – 4
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 4
  11. Case KeenumDenver Broncos – 3
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
  12. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 2
    Marcus MariottaTennessee Titans – 2
    Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 2
    Tyrod TaylorCleveland Browns – 2
    Sam BradfordArizona Cardinals – 2
    C.J. BeathardSan Francisco 49ers – 2
  13. Nick FolesPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Blaine GabbertTennessee Titans – 1
    J. RosenArizona Cardinals – 1
    Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Kevin ByardTennessee Titans – 1
    A. WilsonMiami Dolphins – 1
    Brock OsweilerMiami Dolphins – 1

2018 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 426
  2. Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 338
  3. Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 313
  4. Marshawn LynchOakland Raiders – 300
  5. Kareem HuntKansas City Chiefs – 289
  6. Carlos HydeCleveland Browns – 285
  7. Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 276
  8. Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 275
  9. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 271
  10. Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 267
  11. Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 260
  12. Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 236
  13. James ConnerPittsburgh Steelers – 232
  14. Lamar MillerHouston Texans – 225
  15. Royce FreemanDenver Broncos – 219
  16. Kerryon JohnsonDetroit Lions – 216
  17. Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 210
  18. T.J. YeldonJacksonville Jaguars – 205
  19. Jordan HowardChicago Bears – 203
  20. Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 196
  21. Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 188
  22. David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 187
  23. Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 179
  24. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 177
  25. Isiah CrowellNew York Jets – 171

2018 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Carlos HydeCleveland Browns – 5
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 5
  2. Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 4
    Isiah CrowellNew York Jets – 4
  3. Marshawn LynchOakland Raiders – 3
    Kareem HuntKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 3
    Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 3
    James ConnerPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Royce FreemanDenver Broncos – 3
    Giovani BernardCincinnati Bengals – 3
    Jay AjayiPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 3
    Javorius AllenBaltimore Ravens – 3
  4. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 2
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1
    Alex CollinsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    N. ChubbCleveland Browns – 2
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 2
    M. DavisSeattle Seahawks – 2
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 2
  5. Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Philip LindsayDenver Broncos – 1
    Kerryon JohnsonDetroit Lions – 1
    Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 1
    T.J. YeldonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Jordan HowardChicago Bears – 1
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 1
    Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Alfred MorrisSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1
    Dion LewisTennessee Titans – 1
    Tyrod TaylorCleveland Browns – 1
    Wendell SmallwoodPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 1
    Alfred BlueHouston Texans – 1
    Corey ClementPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Marcus MariotaTennessee Titans – 1
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 1
    Kenyan DrakeMiami Dolphins – 1
    A. JonesGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Chris IvoryBuffalo Bills – 1
    Ito SmithAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Ryan FitzpatrickTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 1
    Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Kenneth DixonBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Case KeenumDenver Broncos – 1
    Alex ArmahCarolina Panthers – 1

2018 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 502
  2. Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 473
  3. Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 452
  4. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 445
  5. DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 443
  6. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 426
  7. DeSean JacksonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 424
  8. JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 416
  9. Golden TateDetroit Lions – 389
  10. Jared CookOakland Raiders – 370
  11. Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 364
  12. Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 349
  13. Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 348
  14. John BrownBaltimore Ravens – 338
  15. Alvin  KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 336
  16. Odell Beckham Jr.New York Giants – 331
  17. Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 330
  18. Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 327
  19. Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 323
  20. G. KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 316
  21. Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 312
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 312
  22. Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 311
  23. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 307
  24. A.J. GreenCincinnati Bengals – 297
  25. Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 295

2018 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 6
  2. A.J. GreenCincinnati Bengals – 5
  3. Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 4
  4. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
    DeSean JacksonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
    Golden TateDetroit Lions – 3
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 3
    John BrownBaltimore Ravens – 3
    Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 3
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 3
    Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Antonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 3
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Kenny StillsMiami Dolphins – 3
    Mike WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 3
    Eric EbronIndianapolis Colts – 3
  5. Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 2
    DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 2
    Jared CookOakland Raiders – 2
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 2
    T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Geronimo AllisonGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Jordy NelsonOakland Raiders – 2
    Marvin JonesDetroit Lions – 2
    S. ShepardNew York Giants – 2
    Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 2
    T. GabrielChicago Bears – 2
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 2
    Trey BurtonChicago Bears – 2
    Donte MoncriefJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Phillip DorsettNew England Patriots – 2
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    Albert WilsonMiami Dolphins – 2
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 2
    J. GrantMiami Dolphins – 2
    Ted Ginn Jr.New Orleans Saints – 2
    T.J. YeldonJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    N. HinesIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Chris HoganNew England Patriots – 2
    Tavon AustinDallas Cowboys – 2
    John RossCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Kendrick BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    C. BrateTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    Chris ConleyKansas City Chiefs – 2
    A. RobinsonMinnesota Vikings – 2
  6. Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 1
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    G. KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 1
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 1
    Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Quincy EnunwaNew York Jets – 1
    Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 1
    Amari CooperLos Angeles Raiders – 1
    Rob GronkowskiNew England Patriots – 1
    Jesse JamesPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Keelan ColeJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Allen RobinsonChicago Bears – 1
    V. McDonaldPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Randall CobbGreen Bay Packers – 1
    R. GrantIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Devin FunchessCarolina Panthers – 1
    Mohamed SanuAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Michael CrabtreeBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Tyler EifertCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Tarik CohenChicago Bears – 1
    Jimmy GrahamGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Dimaryius ThomasDenver Broncos – 1
    Jordan ReedWashington Redskins – 1
    Nelson AgholorPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Chris ThompsonWashington Redskins – 1
    Taywan TaylorTennessee Titans – 1
    Antonio CallawayCleveland Browns – 1
    P. RichardsonWashington Redskins – 1
    Tyrell WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Austin HooperAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Brandon MarshallSeattle Seahawks – 1
    R. Seals-JonesArizona Cardinals – 1
    K. JuszcyzkSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Laquon TreadwellMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Robby AndersonNew York Jets – 1
    A. JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Bilal PowellNew York Jets – 1
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1
    G. SwaimDallas Cowboys – 1
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 1
    A. CollinsBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Dante PettisSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Kelvin BenjaminBuffalo Bills – 1
    Jarius WrightCarolina Panthers – 1
    Bruce EllingtonHouston Texans – 1
    D. GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Austin Sefarian-JenkinsJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    C. PattersonNew England Patriots – 1
    R. EllisonNew York Giants – 1
    Antonio GatesLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Javorius AllenBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Jamison CrowderWashington Redskins – 1
    Z. PascalIndianapolis Colts – 1
    J. MatthewsPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    D. FellsCleveland Browns – 1
    C.J. UzomahCincinnati Bengals – 1
    D. HarrisKansas City Chiefs – 1
    J. BrownSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Torrey SmithCarolina Panthers – 1
    Seth RobertsLos Angeles Raiders – 1
    Dane CruikshankTennessee Titans – 1
    J. CroomBuffalo Bills – 1
    Antony MillerChicago Bears – 1
    Kareem HuntKansas City Chiefs – 1
    T. SharpeTennessee Titans – 1
    R. SwitzerPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    M. GoodwinSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 1
    Lamar MillerHouston Texans – 1
    Anthony ShermanKansas City Chiefs – 1
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 1
    C. MeredithNew Orleans Saints – 1
    L. PaulsonAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 1
    A.J. DerbyMiami Dolphins – 1
    Frank GoreMiami Dolphins – 1
    Demarcus RobinsonKansas City Chiefs – 1
    C. WilliamsArizona Cardinals – 1
    Garrett CelekSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    J. BellamyChicago Bears – 1
    C.J. AndersonCarolina Panthers – 1
    Josh GordonCleveland Browns – 1
    De’Anthony ThomasKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Michael Roberts – Detroit Lions – 1
    J. LeggettNew York Jets – 1
    Z. LineNew Orleans Saints – 1

2018 NFL Week 3 Season Leaders

After Week 3 in the 2018 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 2018 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:

2018 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Ryan FitzpatrickTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,230
  2. Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 1,118
  3. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 1,078
  4. Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 965
  5. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 941
  6. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 936
  7. Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers – 906
  8. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 897
  9. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 896
  10. Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions – 895

2018 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 13
  2. Ryan Fitzpatrick – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 11
  3. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 8
    Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 8
    Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 8
  4. Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 7
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 7
    Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 7
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 7
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 7
    Ryan TannehillMiami Dolphins – 7
  5. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 6
    Joe FlaccoBaltimore Ravens – 6
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 6
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 6
  6. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 5
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 5
    Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 5
    Andrew LuckIndianapolis Colts – 5
    Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 5
  7. Alex SmithWashington Redskins – 4
  8. Eli ManningNew York Giants – 3
    Case KeenumDenver Broncos – 3
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 3
  9. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 2
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 2
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 2
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 2
    Tyrod TaylorCleveland Browns – 2
    Sam BradfordArizona Cardinals – 2
  10. Nick FolesPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Blaine GabbertTennessee Titans – 1
    Kevin ByardTennessee Titans – 1
    A. WilsonMiami Dolphins – 1

2018 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 274
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 274
  2. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 271
  3. Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 255
  4. Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 236
  5. Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 216
  6. James ConnerPittsburgh Steelers – 213
  7. Carlos HydeCleveland Browns – 203
  8. Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 198
  9. Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 179
  10. Jordan HowardChicago Bears – 178

2018 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 4
    Carlos HydeCleveland Browns – 4
    Isiah CrowellNew York Jets – 4
  2. Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 3
    James ConnerPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Marshawn LynchOakland Raiders – 3
    Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 3
    Jay AjayiPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Javorius AllenBaltimore Ravens – 3
  3. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 2
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 2
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    Kareem HuntKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Royce FreemanDenver Broncos – 2
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 2
    Alex CollinsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 2
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 2
  4. Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Jordan HowardChicago Berls – 1
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Alfred MorrisSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Dion LewisTennessee Titans – 1
    Tyrod TaylorCleveland Browns – 1
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1
    Corey ClementPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Kenyan DrakeMiami Dolphins – 1
    Giovani BernardCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Alfred BlueHouston Texans – 1
    Wendell SmallwoodPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Chris IvoryBuffalo Bills – 1
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 1
    Ryan FitzpatrickTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Kenneth DixonBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Case KeenumDenver Broncos – 1
    Alex ArmahCarolina Panthers – 1

2018 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 398
  2. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 367
  3. JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 356
  4. Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 338
  5. Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 336
  6. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 329
  7. DeSean JacksonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 312
  8. Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 310
  9. Alvin  KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 289
  10. Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 278

2018 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. A.J. GreenCincinnati Bengals – 4
    Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 4
  2. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
  3. DeSean JacksonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Mike WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 3
    Kenny StillsMiami Dolphins – 3
    Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
  4. Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 2
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 2
    John BrownBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 2
    Antonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Geronimo AllisonGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 2
    T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Marvin JonesDetroit Lions – 2
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 2
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    Albert WilsonMiami Dolphins – 2
    J. GrantMiami Dolphins – 2
    Ted Ginn Jr.New Orleans Saints – 2
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 2
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 2
    Eric EbronIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Chris HoganNew England Patriots – 2
    Tavon AustinDallas Cowboys – 2
    Chris ConleyKansas City Chiefs – 2
  5. JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 1
    Golden TateDetroit Lions – 1
    Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 1
    Jordy NelsonOakland Raiders – 1
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Quincy EnunwaNew York Jets – 1
    Keelan ColeJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Jesse JamesPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Randall CobbGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Rob GronkowskiNew England Patriots – 1
    Devin FunchessCarolina Panthers – 1
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Jordan ReedWashington Redskins – 1
    Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Michael CrabtreeBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Chris ThompsonWashington Redskins – 1
    S. ShepardNew York Giants – 1
    Nelson AgholorPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Dimaryius ThomasDenver Broncos – 1
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 1
    V. McDonaldPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    P. RichardsonWashington Redskins – 1
    R. GrantIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Brandon MarshallSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Phillip DorsettNew England Patriots – 1
    K. JuszcyzkSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Austin HooperAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 1
    Dante PettisSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Jarius WrightCarolina Panthers – 1
    Bruce EllingtonHouston Texans – 1
    Trey BurtonChicago Bears – 1
    Robby AndersonNew York Jets – 1
    Antonio CallawayCleveland Browns – 1
    Bilal PowellNew York Jets – 1
    Jamison CrowderWashington Redskins – 1
    Tyrell WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    D. GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    T.J. YeldonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Laquon TreadwellMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Mohamed SanuAtlanta Falcons – 1
    R. Seals-JonesArizona Cardinals – 1
    Javorius AllenBaltimore Ravens -1
    C.J. UzomahCincinnati Bengals – 1
    J. BrownSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Torrey SmithCarolina Panthers – 1
    Austin Sefarian-JenkinsJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Dane CruikshankTennessee Titans – 1
    Donte MoncriefJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1
    Taywan TaylorTennessee Titans – 1
    Antony MillerChicago Bears – 1
    R. EllisonNew York Giants – 1
    Kelvin BenjaminBuffalo Bills – 1
    Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 1
    D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 1
    Seth RobertsOakland Raiders – 1
    Lamar MillerHouston Texans – 1
    Anthony ShermanKansas City Chiefs – 1
    J. CroomBuffalo Bills – 1
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 1
    A.J. DerbyMiami Dolphins – 1
    C. BrateTampa Buccaneers – 1
    Kendrick BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    M. GoodwinSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Garrett CelekSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    John RossCincinnati Bengals – 1
    C.J. AndersonCarolina Panthers – 1
    R. SwitzerPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Josh GordonCleveland Browns – 1
    Michael RobertsDetroit Lions – 1
    D. HarrisKansas City Chiefs – 1
    C. MeredithNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Z. LineNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Kareem HuntKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Demarcus RobinsonKansas City Chiefs – 1
    De’Anthony ThomasKansas City Chiefs – 1

2018 NFL Week 2 Season Leaders

After Week 2 in the 2018 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 2018 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:

2018 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Ryan FitzpatrickTampa Bay Buccaneers – 819
  2. Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 765
  3. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 682
  4. Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers – 680
  5. Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 669
  6. Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions – 633
  7. Joe FlaccoBaltimore Ravens – 612
  8. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 591
  9. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 587
  10. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 582

2018 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 10
  2. Ryan Fitzpatrick – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 8
  3. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 6
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 6
    Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 6
  4. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 5
    Joe FlaccoBaltimore Ravens – 5
    Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 5
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 5
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 5
  5. Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 4
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 4
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 4
    Andrew LuckIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Ryan TannehillMiami Dolphins – 4
  6. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 3
    Case KeenumDenver Broncos – 3
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 3
    Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 3
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 3
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 3
  7. Alex SmithWashington Redskins – 2
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Tyrod TaylorCleveland Browns – 2
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 2
  8. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 1
    Eli ManningNew York Giants – 1
    Nick FolesPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 1
    Blaine GabbertTennessee Titans – 1
    Kevin ByardTennessee Titans – 1

2018 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 184
  2. Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 179
  3. Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 178
  4. Lamar MillerHouston Texans – 166
  5. James ConnerPittsburgh Steelers – 152
  6. Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 150
  7. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 147
  8. Isiah CrowellNew York Jets – 137
  9. Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 134
  10. Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 126

2018 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. James ConnerPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 3
    Jay AjayiPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
  2. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 2
    Isiah CrowellNew York Jets – 2
    Marshawn LynchOakland Raiders – 2
    Carlos HydeCleveland Browns – 2
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 2
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Javorius AllenBaltimore Ravens – 2
  3. Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 1
    Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Dion LewisTennessee Titans – 1
    Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 1
    Tyrod TaylorCleveland Browns – 1
    Kenyan DrakeMiami Dolphins – 1
    Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 1
    Royce FreemanDenver Broncos – 1
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1
    Alfred BlueHouston Texans – 1
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 1
    Kenneth DixonBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Corey ClementPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Alex CollinsBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Kenneth DixonBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Ryan FitzpatrickTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Case KeenumDenver Broncos – 1
    Chris IvoryBuffalo Bills – 1
    Alex ArmahCarolina Panthers – 1

2018 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. DeSean JacksonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 275
  2. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 269
  3. Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 259
  4. Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 246
  5. JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 240
  6. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 233
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 233
  7. Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 231
  8. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 230
  9. Jared CookOakland Raiders – 229
  10. Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 203

2018 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. A.J. GreenCincinnati Bengals – 4
  2. DeSean JacksonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
    Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 3
  3. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 2
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    John BrownBaltimore Ravens – 2
    T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Kenny StillsMiami Dolphins – 2
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 2
    Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    Eric EbronIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Chris HoganNew England Patriots – 2
  4. JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 1
    Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 1
    Jesse JamesPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Golden TateDetroit Lions – 1
    DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 1
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Randall CobbGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Keelan ColeJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Antonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Quincy EnunwaNew York Jets – 1
    Chris ThompsonWashington Redskins – 1
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Rob GronkowskiNew England Patriots – 1
    Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Geronimo AllisonGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Ted Ginn Jr.New Orleans Saints – 1
    Nelson AgholorPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 1
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 1
    Phillip DorsettNew England Patriots – 1
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Mike WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Marvin JonesDetroit Lions – 1
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Jordan ReedWashington Redskins – 1
    Dante PettisSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Michael CrabtreeBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Brandon MarshallSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 1
    Jarius WrightCarolina Panthers – 1
    Austin HooperAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Bruce EllingtonHouston Texans – 1
    Dimaryius ThomasDenver Broncos – 1
    Antonio CallawayCleveland Browns – 1
    Tavon AustinDallas Cowboys – 1
    Bilal PowellNew York Jets – 1
    Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Albert WilsonMiami Dolphins – 1
    Robby AndersonNew York Jets – 1
    Dane CruikshankTennessee Titans – 1
    Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Tyrell WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Seth RobertsOakland Raiders – 1
    D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 1
    Austin Sefarian-JenkinsJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Donte MoncriefJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Torrey SmithCarolina Panthers – 1
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Laquon TreadwellMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Anthony ShermanKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Trey BurtonChicago Bears – 1
    Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 1
    T.J. YeldonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Kelvin BenjaminBuffalo Bills – 1
    Antony MillerChicago Bears – 1
    Garrett CelekSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    A.J. DerbyMiami Dolphins – 1
    Josh GordonCleveland Browns – 1
    Michael RobertsDetroit Lions – 1
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    John RossCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Kareem HuntKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Kendrick BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Demarcus RobinsonKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 1
    De’Anthony ThomasKansas City Chiefs – 1

2018 NFL Week 1 Season Leaders

After Week 1 in the 2018 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 2018 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:

2018 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 439
  2. Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers – 424
  3. Ryan FitzpatrickTampa Bay Buccaneers – 417
  4. Case KeenumDenver Broncos – 329
  5. Andrew LuckIndianapolis Colts – 319
  6. Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 313
  7. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 303
  8. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 298
  9. Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions – 286
  10. Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers – 286

2018 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Ryan Fitzpatrick – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 4
    Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 4
  2. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 3
    Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 3
    Case KeenumDenver Broncos – 3
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 3
    Joe FlaccoBaltimore Ravens – 3
  3. Andrew LuckIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Alex SmithWashington Redskins – 2
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 2
    Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Ryan TannehillMiami Dolphins – 2
  4. Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 1
    Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 1
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Tyrod TaylorCleveland Browns – 1
    Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1

2018 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. James ConnerPittsburgh Steelers – 135
  2. Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 108
  3. Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 106
  4. Isiah CrowellNew York Jets – 102
  5. Lamar MillerHouston Texans – 98
  6. Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 96
  7. Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 95
  8. Jordan HowardChicago Bears – 82
  9. Tyrod TaylorCleveland Browns – 77
  10. Dion LewisTennessee Titans – 75

2018 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. James ConnerPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Isiah CrowellNew York Jets – 2
    Jay AjayiPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 2
  2. Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 1
    Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 1
    Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Tyrod TaylorCleveland Browns – 1
    Dion LewisTennessee Titans – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Carlos HydeCleveland Browns – 1
    Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 1
    Kenneth DixonBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Marshawn LynchOakland Raiders – 1
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1
    Ryan FitzpatrickTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Alfred BlueHouston Texans – 1
    Mitch TrubiskiChicago Bears – 1
    Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Javorius AllenBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Alex CollinsBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Alex ArmahCarolina Panthers – 1

2018 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Jared CookOakland Raiders – 180
    Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 180
  2. Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 169
    Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 169
  3. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 147
  4. DeSean JacksonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 146
  5. Randall CobbGreen Bay Packers – 142
  6. Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 135
  7. Rob GronkowskiNew England Patriots – 123
  8. JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 119
  9. Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 114
  10. Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 112

2018 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 2
    DeSean JacksonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
    Kenny StillsMiami Dolphins – 2
  2. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Randall CobbGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 1
    Rob GronkowskiNew England Patriots – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 1
    Antonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    A.J. GreenCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Golden TateDetroit Lions – 1
    Geronimo AllisonGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Ted Ginn Jr.New Orleans Saints – 1
    Phillip DorsettNew England Patriots – 1
    Dimaryius ThomasDenver Broncos – 1
    Quincy EnunwaNew York Jets – 1
    Chris ThompsonWashington Redskins – 1
    Dante PettisSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Eric EbronIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Jordan ReedWashington Redskins – 1
    T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Brandon MarshallSeattle Seahawks – 1
    John BrownBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Robby AndersonNew York Jets – 1
    Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 1
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 1
    Michael CrabtreeBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Bruce EllingtonHouston Texans – 1
    Anthony ShermanKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 1
    T.J. YeldonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Josh GordonCleveland Browns – 1
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Tyrell WilliamsLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    John RossCincinnati Bengals – 1
    De’Anthony ThomasKansas City Chiefs – 1