2019 NFL Week 13 Season Leaders

After Week 12 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. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 3,788
  2. Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3,659
  3. Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers – 3,434
  4. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 3,420
  5. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 3,267
  6. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 3,246
  7. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 3,177
  8. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 3,124
  9. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 3,065
  10. Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 3,032

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

  1. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 26
  2. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 25
  3. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 23
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 23
  4. Jameis WinstonTampa Buccaneers – 22
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 22
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 22
  5. Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 21
  6. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 20
    Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 20
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 20
  7. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 19
  8. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 18
    Daniel JonesNew York Giants – 18
  9. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 17
  10. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 16
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 16
    Jacoby BrisettIndianapolis Colts – 16

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

  1. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 1,175
  2. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 1,139
  3. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 1,061
  4. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 1,046
  5. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 1,021
  6. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 990
  7. Leonard FournetteJacksonville Jaguars – 989
  8. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 984
  9. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 982
  10. Marlon MackIndianapolis Colts – 862

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

  1. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 12
  2. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 11
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 11
  3. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 10
  4. Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 9
  5. Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 8
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 8
  6. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 7
    Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 7
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 7
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 7
  7. Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 6
    Jordan HowardPhiladelphia Eagles – 6
    Tevin ColemanSan Francisco 49ers – 6
    Peyton BarberTampa Bay Buccaneers – 6
  8. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 5
    Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 5
    David MontgomeryChicago Bears – 5
    Ronald Jones II – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 5
    Latavius MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 5
    Damien WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 5
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 5
  9. Marlon MackIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Carlos HydeHouston Texans – 4
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 4
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 4
    LeSean McCoyKansas City Chiefs – 4
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 4
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 4
    Jeffrey Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 4
  10. Leonard FournetteJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    LeVeon BellNew York Jets – 3
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Rashaad PennySeattle Seahawks – 3
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 3
    Malcolm BrownLos Angles Rams – 3
    Jacoby BrissettIndianapolis Colts – 3
    Kalen BallageMiami Dolphins – 3
    Ryan TannehillTennessee Titans – 3
    Ryan FitzpatrickMiami Dolphins – 3
    Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 3
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 3

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

  1. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 1,290
  2. Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,121
  3. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,096
  4. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 971
  5. Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 950
  6. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 949
  7. Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 946
  8. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 923
  9. Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 919
  10. Julian EdelmanNew England Patriots – 915

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

  1. Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 9
    Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 9
    Marvin Jones Jr.Detroit Lions – 9
  2. D.J. Chark Jr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 8
  3. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 7
    Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 7
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 7
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 7
    Darren FellsHouston Texans – 7
  4. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 6
    Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 6
    Courtland SuttonDenver Broncos – 6
    DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 6
    DeVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 6
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 6
    Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Austin HooperAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 6
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 6
  5. Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 5
    Julian EdelmanNew England Patriots – 5
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 5
    John BrownBuffalo Bills – 5
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 5
    Allen Robinson IIChicago Bears – 5
    D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 5
    Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 5
    Cole BeasleyBuffalo Bills – 5
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 5
    Darius SlaytonNew York Giants – 5
    Tyrell WilliamsOakland Raiders – 5
    Mecole HardmanKansas City Chiefs – 5
    Marquise BrownBaltimore Ravens – 5
    T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 5
    Phillip Dorsett IINew England Patriots – 5
    Ryan GriffinNew York Jets – 5
    Jamaal WilliamsGreen Bay Packers – 5
  6. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 4
    Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 4
    D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 4
    A.J. BrownTennessee Titans – 4
    Emanuel Sanders – San Francisco 49ers / Denver Broncos – 4
    Alshon JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 4
    Curtis SamuelCarolina Panthers – 4
    Zach PascalIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Jared CookNew Orleans Saints – 4
    Golden TateNew York Giants – 4
    Jack DoyleIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Dallas GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 4
    Taylor GabrielChicago Bears – 4
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 4
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 4
    Foster MoreauOakland Raiders – 4
    Taysom HillNew Orleans Saints – 4
  7. D. WallerOakland Raiders – 3
    Michael GallupDallas Cowboys – 3
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 3
    Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    George KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    Larry FitzgeraldArizona Cardinals – 3
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Randall CobbDallas Cowboys – 3
    Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 3
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 3
    J. CrowderNew York Jets – 3
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Deebo SamuelSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    Robby AndersonNew York Jets – 3
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Christian KirkArizona Cardinals – 3
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 3
    Hunter HenryLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 3
    Preston WilliamsMiami Dolphins – 3
    Diontae JohnsonPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Jason WittenDallas Cowboys – 3
    Demarcus RobinsonKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Eric EbronIndianapolis Colts – 3
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Nelson AgholorPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Jimmy GrahamGreen Bay Packers – 3
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 3
    John Ross IIICincinnati Bengals – 3
    Tarik CohenChicago Bears – 3
    Devonta FreemanAtlanta Falcons – 3
    Duke Johnson Jr.Houston Texans – 3
    Blake JarwinDallas Cowboys – 3
    Vance McDonaldPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    J. HollisterSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Joe MixonCinncinnati Bengals – 3
    M. Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 3
  8. Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 2
    Chris ConleyJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Greg OlsenCarolina Panthers – 2
    Kenny StillsHouston Texans – 2
    Mohamed SanuNew England Patriots / Atlanta Falcons – 2
    Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 2
    Gerald EverettLos Angeles Rams – 2
    M. GesickiMiami Dolphins – 2
    H. RenfrowOakland Raiders – 2
    Noah FantDenver Broncos – 2
    T.J. Hockenson – Detroit Lions – 2
    Miles SandersPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    Ted Ginn Jr. – New Orleans Saints – 2
    A. HumphriesTennessee Titans – 2
    Allen LazardGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Sterling ShepardNew York Giants – 2
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Jordan AkinsHouston Texans – 2
    Dawson KnoxBuffalo Bills – 2
    A. HurnsMiami Dolphins – 2
    Tyler EifertCincinnati Bengals – 2
    K. BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Paul RichardsonWashington Redskins – 2
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Geronimo AllisonGreen Bay Packers – 2
    David MooreSeattle Seahawks – 2
    Cameron BrateTampa Buccaneers – 2
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 2
    B. JohnsonMinnesota Vikings – 2
    Delanie WalkerTennessee Titans – 2
    Jaron BrownSeattle Seahawks – 2
    Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 2
    T. SharpeTennessee Titans – 2
    Miles BoykinBaltimore Ravens – 2
    K. ColeJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    D. SingletaryBuffalo Bills – 2
    DeSean JacksonPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    Ricky Seals-JonesCleveland Browns – 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
  9. Auden TateCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Danny AmendolaDetroit Lions – 1
    Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    LeVeon BellNew York Jets – 1
    Josh Gordon – Seattle Seahawks / New England Patriots – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 1
    Jonnu SmithTennessee Titans – 1
    R. GageAtlanta Falcons – 1
    D. WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    I. Smith Jr.Minnesota Vikings – 1
    M. HallDetroit Lions – 1
    J. ReynoldsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    J. SamuelsPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    B. PerrimanBuffalo Bills – 1
    C. LatimerNew York Giants – 1
    Hayden HurstBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Isaiah McKenzieBuffalo Bills – 1
    J.D. McKissicDetroit Lions – 1
    Trey QuinnWashington Redskins – 1
    J. SprinkleWashington Redskins – 1
    K. JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1
    Marquise GoodwinSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    M. TurnerSeattle Seahawks – 1
    P. CooperArizona Cardinals – 1
    Josh HillNew Orleans Saints – 1
    A. IsabellaArizona Cardinals – 1
    LeSean McCoy – Kansas City Chiefs – 1
    S. RobertsBaltimore Ravens – 1
    T. ColemanSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    D. MontgomeryChicago Bears – 1
    Rhett EllisonNew York Giants – 1
    Richie James Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 1
    L. MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 1
    J. KumerowGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Byron PringleKansas City Chiefs – 1
    A. FriskerTennessee Titans – 1
    A. WilsonMiami Dolphins – 1
    J. GrahamAtlanta Falcons – 1
    L. TreadwellMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Maxx WilliamsArizona Cardinals – 1
    J. WimsChicago Bears – 1
    Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 1
    M. LewisGreen Bay Packers – 1
    M. BrownBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Kerryon JohnsonDetroit Lions – 1
    K. RaymondTennessee Titans – 1
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Vernon DavisWashington Redskins – 1
    L. ThomasDetroit Lions – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    K. HuntCleveland Browns – 1
    Parris CampbellIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Ryan IzzoNew England Patriots – 1
    Devin SmithDallas Cowboys – 1
    Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 1
    M. JohnsonIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Wayne GallmanNew York Giants – 1
    J.J. Arcega-W…Philadelphia Eagles – 1
    C.J. HamMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Ryquell ArmsteadJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    T. PollardDallas Cowboys – 1
    K. SmithNew York Giants – 1
    Tre’Quan SmithNew Orleans Saints – 1
    D. CarrierOakland Raiders – 1
    D. GuiceWashington Redskins – 1
    Jordan HowardPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    B. HillAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Brandon BoldenNew England Patriots – 1
    R. PennySeattle Seahawks – 1
    B. BrauneckerChicago Bears – 1
    Duke WilliamsBuffalo Bills – 1
    Antonio BrownNew England Patriots – 1
    Rashaad HigginsCleveland Browns – 1
    Damien WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Kendrick BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Peyton BarberTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    S. CarlsonCleveland Browns – 1
    A. AbdullahMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Patrick RicardBaltimore Ravens – 1
    T.J. JonesNew York Giants – 1
    David NjokuCleveland Browns – 1
    J.J. NelsonOakland Raiders – 1
    Lee SmithBuffalo Bills – 1
    D. BrownNew York Jets – 1
    N. HarryNew England Patriots – 1
    T. SmithNew Orleans Saints – 1
    J. HorstedChicago Bears – 1
    A. IngoldOakland Raiders – 1
    T. FumagaliDenver Broncos – 1
    V. BryantDallas Cowboys – 1
    Troymaine PopeLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1
    V. VeaTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    J. SandersMiami Dolphins – 1
    David Quessenberry – Tennessee Titans – 1
    D. KellyTennessee Titans – 1

2013 NFL Week 12 Season Leaders

After Week 12 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. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 3,433
  2. Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3,391
  3. Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers – 3,169
  4. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 2,996
  5. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 2,942
  6. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 2,937
  7. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 2,934
  8. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 2,890
  9. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 2,822
  10. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 2,810

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

  1. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 24
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 24
  2. Jameis WinstonTampa Buccaneers – 22
  3. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 21
  4. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 20
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 20
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 20
  5. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 19
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 19
  6. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 18
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 18
  7. Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 17
    Daniel JonesNew York Giants – 17
  8. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 15
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 15
    Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 15
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 15
    Jacoby BrisettIndianapolis Colts – 15
  9. Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 14
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 14
  10. Gardner Minshew IIJacksonville Jaguars – 13
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 13

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

  1. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 1,117
  2. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 1,017
  3. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 990
  4. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 977
  5. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 957
  6. Leonard FournetteJacksonville Jaguars – 951
  7. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 919
  8. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 883
  9. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 880
  10. Marlon MackIndianapolis Colts – 862

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

  1. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 11
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 11
  2. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 10
    Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 10
  3. Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 9
  4. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 7
    Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 7
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 7
    Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 7
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 7
  5. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 6
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 6
    Jordan HowardPhiladelphia Eagles – 6
    Tevin ColemanSan Francisco 49ers – 6
  6. Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 5
    David MontgomeryChicago Bears – 5
    Ronald Jones II – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 5
    Latavius MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 5
    Damien WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 5
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 5
  7. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 4
    Marlon MackIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Carlos HydeHouston Texans – 4
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 4
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 4
    Peyton BarberTampa Bay Buccaneers – 4
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 4
    Jeffrey Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 4
  8. Leonard FournetteJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    LeVeon BellNew York Jets – 3
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 3
    LeSean McCoyKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 3
    Malcolm BrownLos Angles Rams – 3
    Jacoby BrissettIndianapolis Colts – 3
    Kalen BallageMiami Dolphins – 3
    Ryan TannehillTennessee Titans – 3
    Ryan FitzpatrickMiami Dolphins – 3
    Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 3
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 3
  9. Frank GoreBuffalo Bills – 2
    Devin SingletaryBuffalo Bills – 2
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 2
    Gus EdwardsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Royce FreemanDenver Broncos – 2
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Kerryon JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 2
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 2
    Rashaad PennySeattle Seahawks – 2
    Daniel JonesNew York Giants – 2
    Wayne GallmanNew York Giants – 2
    Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 2
    Brandon BoldenNew England Patriots – 2
    Dontrell HilliardCleveland Browns – 2
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 2
    Q. OllisonAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Dare OgunbowaleTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
  10. Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 1
    Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    M. SandersPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    D. Johnson Jr.Houston Texans – 1
    Alexander MattisonMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Jamaal WilliamsGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Tony PollardDallas Cowboys – 1
    J. WilliamsIndianapolis Colts – 1
    K. DrakeArizona Cardinals – 1
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    B. ScarboroughDetroit Lions – 1
    J. DriskelDetroit Lions – 1
    Rex BurkheadNew England Patriots – 1
    DeAndre WashingtonOakland Raiders – 1
    B. HillAtlanta Falcons – 1
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Jaylen SamuelsPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Ito SmithAtlanta Falcons – 1
    B. ScottPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Reggie BonnafonCarolina Panthers – 1
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Steven Sims Jr.Washington Redskins – 1
    K. HuntCleveland Browns – 1
    Cordarelle PattersonChicago Bears – 1
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 1
    Curtis SamuelCarolina Panthers – 1
    Trevor DavisOakland Raiders – 1
    Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Darrel WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Tavon AustinDallas Cowboys – 1
    Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 1
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    C.J. ProsiseSeattle Seahawks – 1
    D. SamuelSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Vincent SmithNew York Jets – 1
    Keke CouteeHouston Texans – 1
    Alex ArmahCarolina Panthers – 1
    J. GrantMiami Dolphins – 1
    Alshon JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Andy JanovichDenver Broncos – 1
    Adam ThielanMinnesota Vikings – 1

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

  1. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 1,242
  2. Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,071
  3. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,043
  4. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 949
  5. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 886
  6. Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 881
  7. Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 880
  8. John BrownBuffalo Bills – 856
  9. Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 843
  10. DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 843

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

  1. Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 9
  2. D.J. Chark Jr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 8
    Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 8
    Marvin Jones Jr.Detroit Lions – 8
  3. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 7
    Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 7
  4. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 6
    DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 6
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 6
    Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 6
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 6
    Austin HooperAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 6
    Darren FellsHouston Texans – 6
  5. Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 5
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 5
    John BrownBuffalo Bills – 5
    Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 5
    Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 5
    D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 5
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 5
    Tyrell WilliamsOakland Raiders – 5
    Darius SlaytonNew York Giants – 5
    Mecole HardmanKansas City Chiefs – 5
    Marquise BrownBaltimore Ravens – 5
    T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 5
    Phillip Dorsett IINew England Patriots – 5
    Ryan GriffinNew York Jets – 5
    K. RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 5
    Jamaal WilliamsGreen Bay Packers – 5
  6. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 4
    Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 4
    Courtland SuttonDenver Broncos – 4
    Julian EdelmanNew England Patriots – 4
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 4
    Allen Robinson IIChicago Bears – 4
    DeVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 4
    A.J. BrownTennessee Titans – 4
    Emanuel Sanders – San Francisco 49ers / Denver Broncos – 4
    Cole BeasleyBuffalo Bills – 4
    Golden TateNew York Giants – 4
    Jared CookNew Orleans Saints – 4
    Zach PascalIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Taylor GabrielChicago Bears – 4
    Dallas GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 4
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 4
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 4
    Foster MoreauOakland Raiders – 4
  7. D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 3
    Michael GallupDallas Cowboys – 3
    D. WallerOakland Raiders – 3
    Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    George KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    Larry FitzgeraldArizona Cardinals – 3
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 3
    Randall CobbDallas Cowboys – 3
    J. CrowderNew York Jets – 3
    Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 3
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 3
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Christian KirkArizona Cardinals – 3
    Hunter HenryLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 3
    Robby AndersonNew York Jets – 3
    Preston WilliamsMiami Dolphins – 3
    Curtis SamuelCarolina Panthers – 3
    Diontae JohnsonPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Demarcus RobinsonKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Eric EbronIndianapolis Colts – 3
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Alshon JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    John Ross IIICincinnati Bengals – 3
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 3
    Nelson AgholorPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Jimmy GrahamGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Jack DoyleIndianapolis Colts – 3
    Devonta FreemanAtlanta Falcons – 3
    Tarik CohenChicago Bears – 3
    Blake JarwinDallas Cowboys – 3
    Vance McDonaldPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    M. Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Joe MixonCinncinnati Bengals – 3
    J. HollisterSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Taysom HillNew Orleans Saints – 3
  8. ell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 2
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Chris ConleyJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Deebo SamuelSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Greg OlsenCarolina Panthers – 2
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Mohamed SanuNew England Patriots / Atlanta Falcons – 2
    Gerald EverettLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 2
    H. RenfrowOakland Raiders – 2
    Jason WittenDallas Cowboys – 2
    Noah FantDenver Broncos – 2
    T.J. Hockenson – Detroit Lions – 2
    Ted Ginn Jr. – New Orleans Saints – 2
    Dawson KnoxBuffalo Bills – 2
    Jordan AkinsHouston Texans – 2
    A. HurnsMiami Dolphins – 2
    Paul RichardsonWashington Redskins – 2
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Tyler EifertCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Duke Johnson Jr.Houston Texans – 2
    B. JohnsonMinnesota Vikings – 2
    Cameron BrateTampa Buccaneers – 2
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 2
    Geronimo AllisonGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Delanie WalkerTennessee Titans – 2
    K. BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Jaron BrownSeattle Seahawks – 2
    T. SharpeTennessee Titans – 2
    Miles BoykinBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 2
    K. ColeJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    DeSean JacksonPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    Ricky Seals-JonesCleveland Browns – 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
  9. Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Auden TateCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Danny AmendolaDetroit Lions – 1
    Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 1
    Kenny StillsHouston Texans – 1
    LeVeon BellNew York Jets – 1
    Miles SandersPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    A. HumphriesTennessee Titans – 1
    Josh Gordon – Seattle Seahawks / New England Patriots – 1
    M. GesickiMiami Dolphins – 1
    Sterling ShepardNew York Giants – 1
    Jonnu SmithTennessee Titans – 1
    M. HallDetroit Lions – 1
    I. Smith Jr.Minnesota Vikings – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 1
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Allen LazardGreen Bay Packers – 1
    J. ReynoldsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 1
    J. SamuelsPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Trey QuinnWashington Redskins – 1
    Hayden HurstBaltimore Ravens – 1
    J.D. McKissicDetroit Lions – 1
    K. JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1
    Marquise GoodwinSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    M. TurnerSeattle Seahawks – 1
    A. IsabellaArizona Cardinals – 1
    C. LatimerNew York Giants – 1
    Josh HillNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Isaiah McKenzieBuffalo Bills – 1
    David MooreSeattle Seahawks – 1
    S. RobertsBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Rhett EllisonNew York Giants – 1
    Richie James Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 1
    L. MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 1
    T. ColemanSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    J. KumerowGreen Bay Packers – 1
    J. SprinkleWashington Redskins – 1
    P. CooperArizona Cardinals – 1
    LeSean McCoy – Kansas City Chiefs – 1
    Byron PringleKansas City Chiefs – 1
    B. PerrimanBuffalo Bills – 1
    Maxx WilliamsArizona Cardinals – 1
    A. FriskerTennessee Titans – 1
    M. BrownBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Kerryon JohnsonDetroit Lions – 1
    D. SingletaryBuffalo Bills – 1
    Vernon DavisWashington Redskins – 1
    L. ThomasDetroit Lions – 1
    A. WilsonMiami Dolphins – 1
    Parris CampbellIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Ryan IzzoNew England Patriots – 1
    Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 1
    Devin SmithDallas Cowboys – 1
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 1
    Wayne GallmanNew York Giants – 1
    Ryquell ArmsteadJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    T. PollardDallas Cowboys – 1
    Tre’Quan SmithNew Orleans Saints – 1
    J. WimsChicago Bears – 1
    D. GuiceWashington Redskins – 1
    Jordan HowardPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Brandon BoldenNew England Patriots – 1
    B. BrauneckerChicago Bears – 1
    Duke WilliamsBuffalo Bills – 1
    C.J. HamMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Antonio BrownNew England Patriots – 1
    Rashaad HigginsCleveland Browns – 1
    Damien WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Kendrick BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Peyton BarberTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    M. JohnsonIndianapolis Colts – 1
    B. HillAtlanta Falcons – 1
    A. AbdullahMinnesota Vikings – 1
    T.J. JonesNew York Giants – 1
    David NjokuCleveland Browns – 1
    Patrick RicardBaltimore Ravens – 1
    J.J. NelsonOakland Raiders – 1
    Lee SmithBuffalo Bills – 1
    N. HarryNew England Patriots – 1
    J. Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 1
    D. BrownNew York Jets – 1
    T. FumagaliDenver Broncos – 1
    K. SmithNew York Giants – 1
    S. CarlsonCleveland Browns – 1
    Troymaine PopeLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    T. SmithNew Orleans Saints – 1
    A. IngoldOakland Raiders – 1
    V. VeaTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    David Quessenberry – Tennessee Titans – 1
    D. KellyTennessee Titans – 1

2019 NFL Week 11 Season Leaders

After Week 11 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. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 3,221
  2. Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers – 3,169
  3. Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3,078
  4. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 2,810
  5. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 2,784
  6. Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 2,756
  7. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 2,752
  8. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 2,737
  9. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 2,718
  10. Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 2,703

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

  1. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 23
  2. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 21
  3. Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 20
  4. Jameis WinstonTampa Buccaneers – 19
    Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 19
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 19
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 19
  5. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 18
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 18
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 18
  6. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 17
  7. Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 16
  8. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 15
    Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 15
    Daniel JonesNew York Giants – 15
    Jacoby BrisettIndianapolis Colts – 15
  9. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 14
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 14
  10. Gardner Minshew IIJacksonville Jaguars – 13
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 13

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

  1. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 1,017
  2. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 1,011
  3. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 923
  4. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 913
  5. Marlon MackIndianapolis Colts – 862
  6. Leonard FournetteJacksonville Jaguars – 854
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 854
  7. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 833
  8. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 831
  9. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 788
  10. Carlos HydeHouston Texans – 769

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

  1. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 11
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 11
  2. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 9
  3. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 8
    Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 8
  4. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 7
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 7
    Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 7
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 7
  5. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 6
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 6
    Jordan HowardPhiladelphia Eagles – 6
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 6
  6. Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 5
    David MontgomeryChicago Bears – 5
    Tevin ColemanSan Francisco 49ers – 5
    Damien WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 5
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 5
  7. Marlon MackIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 4
    Carlos HydeHouston Texans – 4
    Ronald Jones II – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 4
    Latavius MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 4
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 4
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 4
    Peyton BarberTampa Bay Buccaneers – 4
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 4
    Jeffrey Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 4
  8. LeVeon BellNew York Jets – 3
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 3
    LeSean McCoyKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 3
    Malcolm BrownLos Angles Rams – 3
    Kalen BallageMiami Dolphins – 3
    Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 3
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 3
  9. Frank GoreBuffalo Bills – 2
    Royce FreemanDenver Broncos – 2
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 2
    Gus EdwardsBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Devin SingletaryBuffalo Bills – 2
    Kerryon JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 2
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 2
    Daniel JonesNew York Giants – 2
    Jacoby BrissettIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Wayne GallmanNew York Giants – 2
    Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 2
    Ryan FitzpatrickMiami Dolphins – 2
    Dontrell HilliardCleveland Browns – 2
    Brandon BoldenNew England Patriots – 2
    Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Dare OgunbowaleTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2
  10. Leonard FournetteJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Joe MixonCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    M. SandersPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Alexander MattisonMinnesota Vikings – 1
    D. Johnson Jr.Houston Texans – 1
    Jamaal WilliamsGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Tony PollardDallas Cowboys – 1
    K. DrakeArizona Cardinals – 1
    Rashaad PennySeattle Seahawks – 1
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Rex BurkheadNew England Patriots – 1
    DeAndre WashingtonOakland Raiders – 1
    B. HillAtlanta Falcons – 1
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 1
    Jaylen SamuelsPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Ito SmithAtlanta Falcons – 1
    B. ScottPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Reggie BonnafonCarolina Panthers – 1
    J. DriskelDetroit Lions – 1
    Ryan TannehillTennessee Titans – 1
    Steven Sims Jr.Washington Redskins – 1
    Cordarelle PattersonChicago Bears – 1
    Nyheim HinesIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Trevor DavisOakland Raiders – 1
    Robert WoodsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    B. ScarboroughDetroit Lions – 1
    Darrel WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Tavon AustinDallas Cowboys – 1
    C.J. ProsiseSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    D. SamuelSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Curtis SamuelCarolina Panthers – 1
    Vincent SmithNew York Jets – 1
    Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 1
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 1
    Keke CouteeHouston Texans – 1
    Q. OllisonAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Alex ArmahCarolina Panthers – 1
    J. GrantMiami Dolphins – 1
    Alshon JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Andy JanovichDenver Broncos – 1
    Adam ThielanMinnesota Vikings – 1

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

  1. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 1,141
  2. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 993
  3. Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 887
  4. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 886
  5. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 881
  6. Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 880
  7. Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 846
  8. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 833
  9. John BrownBuffalo Bills – 817
  10. Courtland SuttonDenver Broncos – 805

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

  1. D.J. Chark Jr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 8
    Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 8
    Marvin Jones Jr.Detroit Lions – 8
  2. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 7
    Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 7
    Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 7
  3. Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 6
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 6
    Austin HooperAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 6
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 6
    Darren FellsHouston Texans – 6
  4. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 5
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 5
    Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 5
    Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 5
    D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 5
    Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 5
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 5
    Tyrell WilliamsOakland Raiders – 5
    Mecole HardmanKansas City Chiefs – 5
    Darius SlaytonNew York Giants – 5
    T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 5
    Phillip Dorsett IINew England Patriots – 5
    K. RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 5
    Jamaal WilliamsGreen Bay Packers – 5
  5. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 4
    Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 4
    John BrownBuffalo Bills – 4
    Courtland SuttonDenver Broncos – 4
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 4
    DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 4
    Julian EdelmanNew England Patriots – 4
    DeVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 4
    Emanuel Sanders – San Francisco 49ers / Denver Broncos – 4
    Zach PascalIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Taylor GabrielChicago Bears – 4
    Ryan GriffinNew York Jets – 4
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 4
    Dallas GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 4
    Foster MoreauOakland Raiders – 4
  6. Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 3
    Michael GallupDallas Cowboys – 3
    D. WallerOakland Raiders – 3
    Allen Robinson IIChicago Bears – 3
    Larry FitzgeraldArizona Cardinals – 3
    J. CrowderNew York Jets – 3
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 3
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Christian KirkArizona Cardinals – 3
    Randall CobbDallas Cowboys – 3
    Hunter HenryLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 3
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 3
    Cole BeasleyBuffalo Bills – 3
    A.J. BrownTennessee Titans – 3
    Preston WilliamsMiami Dolphins – 3
    Golden TateNew York Giants – 3
    Curtis SamuelCarolina Panthers – 3
    Diontae JohnsonPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Demarcus RobinsonKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Alshon JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Marquise BrownBaltimore Ravens – 3
    Eric EbronIndianapolis Colts – 3
    John Ross IIICincinnati Bengals – 3
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 3
    Nelson AgholorPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Jimmy GrahamGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Devonta FreemanAtlanta Falcons – 3
    Jack DoyleIndianapolis Colts – 3
    Jared CookNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Tarik CohenChicago Bears – 3
    Blake JarwinDallas Cowboys – 3
    Vance McDonaldPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Joe MixonCinncinnati Bengals – 3
    J. HollisterSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Taysom HillNew Orleans Saints – 3
  7. Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    George KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Chris ConleyJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 2
    Greg OlsenCarolina Panthers – 2
    Mohamed SanuNew England Patriots / Atlanta Falcons – 2
    Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Gerald EverettLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 2
    Jason WittenDallas Cowboys – 2
    H. RenfrowOakland Raiders – 2
    Noah FantDenver Broncos – 2
    Robby AndersonNew York Jets – 2
    T.J. Hockenson – Detroit Lions – 2
    Ted Ginn Jr. – New Orleans Saints – 2
    Dawson KnoxBuffalo Bills – 2
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Jordan AkinsHouston Texans – 2
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Paul RichardsonWashington Redskins – 2
    Tyler EifertCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Duke Johnson Jr.Houston Texans – 2
    B. JohnsonMinnesota Vikings – 2
    Cameron BrateTampa Buccaneers – 2
    Delanie WalkerTennessee Titans – 2
    Geronimo AllisonGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Jaron BrownSeattle Seahawks – 2
    T. SharpeTennessee Titans – 2
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 2
    K. BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 2
    M. Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 2
    DeSean JacksonPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    Ricky Seals-JonesCleveland Browns – 2
    K. ColeJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    James O’Shaughnessy…Jacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Chester Rogers Indianapolis Colts – 2
    Miles BoykinBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Dante PettisSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Demetrius HarrisCleveland Browns – 2
    R. DwelleySan Francisco 49ers – 2
  8. Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 1
    D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 1
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Auden TateCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Deebo SamuelSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Danny AmendolaDetroit Lions – 1
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 1
    Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Kenny StillsHouston Texans – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Miles SandersPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Josh Gordon – Seattle Seahawks / New England Patriots – 1
    A. HumphriesTennessee Titans – 1
    LeVeon BellNew York Jets – 1
    Jonnu SmithTennessee Titans – 1
    Sterling ShepardNew York Giants – 1
    I. Smith Jr.Minnesota Vikings – 1
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 1
    M. HallDetroit Lions – 1
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    A. HurnsMiami Dolphins – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Allen LazardGreen Bay Packers – 1
    J. ReynoldsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Trey QuinnWashington Redskins – 1
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Hayden HurstBaltimore Ravens – 1
    K. JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1
    Marquise GoodwinSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    J. SamuelsPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    A. IsabellaArizona Cardinals – 1
    J.D. McKissicDetroit Lions – 1
    C. LatimerNew York Giants – 1
    Josh HillNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Rhett EllisonNew York Giants – 1
    Richie James Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 1
    L. MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Isaiah McKenzieBuffalo Bills – 1
    J. KumerowGreen Bay Packers – 1
    P. CooperArizona Cardinals – 1
    LeSean McCoy – Kansas City Chiefs – 1
    Byron PringleKansas City Chiefs – 1
    J. SprinkleWashington Redskins – 1
    T. ColemanSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Maxx WilliamsArizona Cardinals – 1
    David MooreSeattle Seahawks – 1
    A. FriskerTennessee Titans – 1
    S. RobertsBaltimore Ravens – 1
    M. BrownBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Kerryon JohnsonDetroit Lions – 1
    Vernon DavisWashington Redskins – 1
    Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 1
    D. SingletaryBuffalo Bills – 1
    Parris CampbellIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Ryan IzzoNew England Patriots – 1
    Devin SmithDallas Cowboys – 1
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 1
    Wayne GallmanNew York Giants – 1
    B. PerrimanBuffalo Bills – 1
    Ryquell ArmsteadJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Tre’Quan SmithNew Orleans Saints – 1
    A. WilsonMiami Dolphins – 1
    J. WimsChicago Bears – 1
    T. PollardDallas Cowboys – 1
    Jordan HowardPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Brandon BoldenNew England Patriots – 1
    D. GuiceWashington Redskins – 1
    Duke WilliamsBuffalo Bills – 1
    C.J. HamMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Antonio BrownNew England Patriots – 1
    Rashaad HigginsCleveland Browns – 1
    Damien WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Kendrick BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    B. BrauneckerChicago Bears – 1
    Peyton BarberTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    M. JohnsonIndianapolis Colts – 1
    A. AbdullahMinnesota Vikings – 1
    T.J. JonesNew York Giants – 1
    David NjokuCleveland Browns – 1
    Patrick RicardBaltimore Ravens – 1
    J.J. NelsonOakland Raiders – 1
    B. HillAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Lee SmithBuffalo Bills – 1
    J. Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 1
    D. BrownNew York Jets – 1
    T. FumagaliDenver Broncos – 1
    Troymaine PopeLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    A. IngoldOakland Raiders – 1
    S. CarlsonCleveland Browns – 1
    David Quessenberry – Tennessee Titans – 1

2019 NFL Week 10 Season Leaders

After Week 10 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. Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers – 2,816
  2. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 2,777
  3. Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2,765
  4. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 2,737
  5. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 2,718
  6. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 2,628
  7. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 2,611
  8. Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 2,553
  9. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 2,536
  10. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 2,499

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

  1. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 23
  2. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 19
  3. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 18
    Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 18
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 18
  4. Jameis WinstonTampa Buccaneers – 17
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 17
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 17
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 17
  5. Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 15
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 15
    Daniel JonesNew York Giants – 15
  6. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 14
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 14
    Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 14
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 14
    Jacoby BrisettIndianapolis Colts – 14
  7. Gardner Minshew IIJacksonville Jaguars – 13
  8. Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 12
  9. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 11
    Mason RudolphPittsburgh Steelers – 11
  10. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 10

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

  1. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 991
  2. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 919
  3. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 854
  4. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 843
  5. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 831
    Leonard FournetteJacksonville Jaguars – 831
  6. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 811
  7. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 788
  8. Marlon MackIndianapolis Colts – 753
  9. Carlos HydeHouston Texans – 704
  10. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 702

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

  1. Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 11
  2. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 10
  3. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 9
  4. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 8
    Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 8
  5. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 7
  6. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 6
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 6
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 6
    Jordan HowardPhiladelphia Eagles – 6
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 6
    Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 6
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 6
  7. Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 5
    David MontgomeryChicago Bears – 5
    Tevin ColemanSan Francisco 49ers – 5
    Damien WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 5
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 5
  8. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 4
    Ronald Jones II – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 4
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 4
    Latavius MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 4
    Peyton BarberTampa Bay Buccaneers – 4
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 4
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 4
    Jeffrey Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 4
  9. Marlon MackIndianapolis Colts – 3
    Carlos HydeHouston Texans – 3
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 3
    Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 3
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 3
  10. Frank GoreBuffalo Bills – 2
    LeVeon BellNew York Jets – 2
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 2
    Royce FreemanDenver Broncos – 2
    LeSean McCoyKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 2
    Devin SingletaryBuffalo Bills – 2
    Kerryon JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 2
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 2
    Daniel JonesNew York Giants – 2
    Malcolm BrownLos Angles Rams – 2
    Kalen BallageMiami Dolphins – 2
    Wayne GallmanNew York Giants – 2
    Ryan FitzpatrickMiami Dolphins – 2
    Dontrell HilliardCleveland Browns – 2
    Brandon BoldenNew England Patriots – 2
    Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 2
    Dare OgunbowaleTampa Bay Buccaneers – 2

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

  1. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 1,027
  2. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 924
  3. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 848
  4. Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 840
  5. Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 793
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 793
  6. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 790
  7. Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 759
  8. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 741
  9. Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 725
  10. Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 697

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

  1. Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 8
  2. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 7
    Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 7
  3. Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 6
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 6
    D.J. Chark Jr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 6
    Marvin Jones Jr.Detroit Lions – 6
    Austin HooperAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 6
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 6
    Darren FellsHouston Texans – 6
  4. Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 5
    D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 5
    Tyreek HillKansas City Chiefs – 5
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 5
    Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 5
    Mecole HardmanKansas City Chiefs – 5
    Darius SlaytonNew York Giants – 5
    Tyrell WilliamsOakland Raiders – 5
    T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 5
    Jamaal WilliamsGreen Bay Packers – 5
  5. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 4
    Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 4
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 4
    Courtland SuttonDenver Broncos – 4
    DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 4
    Julian EdelmanNew England Patriots – 4
    Emanuel Sanders – San Francisco 49ers / Denver Broncos – 4
    Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 4
    DeVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 4
    Zach PascalIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Phillip Dorsett IINew England Patriots – 4
    Taylor GabrielChicago Bears – 4
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 4
    K. RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 4
  6. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Allen Robinson IIChicago Bears – 3
    D. WallerOakland Raiders – 3
    Michael GallupDallas Cowboys – 3
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 3
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Christian KirkArizona Cardinals – 3
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 3
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 3
    A.J. BrownTennessee Titans – 3
    Preston WilliamsMiami Dolphins – 3
    Hunter HenryLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Golden TateNew York Giants – 3
    Cole BeasleyBuffalo Bills – 3
    Demarcus RobinsonKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Curtis SamuelCarolina Panthers – 3
    Diontae JohnsonPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Alshon JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    John Ross IIICincinnati Bengals – 3
    Marquise BrownBaltimore Ravens – 3
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 3
    Jimmy GrahamGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Eric EbronIndianapolis Colts – 3
    Nelson AgholorPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Devonta FreemanAtlanta Falcons – 3
    Jack DoyleIndianapolis Colts – 3
    Dallas GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Blake JarwinDallas Cowboys – 3
    Vance McDonaldPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Ryan GriffinNew York Jets – 3
    Joe MixonCinncinnati Bengals – 3
    J. HollisterSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Foster MoreauOakland Raiders – 3
    Taysom HillNew Orleans Saints – 3
  7. John BrownBuffalo Bills – 2
    Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 2
    Larry FitzgeraldArizona Cardinals – 2
    George KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    J. CrowderNew York Jets – 2
    Chris ConleyJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Mohamed SanuNew England Patriots / Atlanta Falcons – 2
    Greg OlsenCarolina Panthers – 2
    Randall CobbDallas Cowboys – 2
    Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 2
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 2
    Gerald EverettLos Angeles Rams – 2
    T.J. Hockenson – Detroit Lions – 2
    Jason WittenDallas Cowboys – 2
    Noah FantDenver Broncos – 2
    H. RenfrowOakland Raiders – 2
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Jordan AkinsHouston Texans – 2
    Jared CookNew Orleans Saints – 2
    Paul RichardsonWashington Redskins – 2
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Duke Johnson Jr.Houston Texans – 2
    Tarik CohenChicago Bears – 2
    Delanie WalkerTennessee Titans – 2
    Tyler EifertCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Geronimo AllisonGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Jaron BrownSeattle Seahawks – 2
    T. SharpeTennessee Titans – 2
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 2
    B. JohnsonMinnesota Vikings – 2
    Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 2
    DeSean JacksonPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    Ricky Seals-JonesCleveland Browns – 2
    James O’Shaughnessy…Jacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Cameron BrateTampa Buccaneers – 2
    Chester Rogers Indianapolis Colts – 2
    Miles BoykinBaltimore Ravens – 2
    K. ColeJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Dante PettisSan Francisco 49ers – 2
    Demetrius HarrisCleveland Browns – 2
  8. Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 1
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 1
    D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 1
    Auden TateCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Danny AmendolaDetroit Lions – 1
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 1
    Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Kenny StillsHouston Texans – 1
    Robby AndersonNew York Jets – 1
    Deebo SamuelSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    James WashingtonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Josh Gordon – Seattle Seahawks / New England Patriots – 1
    A. HumphriesTennessee Titans – 1
    Miles SandersPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Ted Ginn Jr. – New Orleans Saints – 1
    Jonnu SmithTennessee Titans – 1
    LeVeon BellNew York Jets – 1
    Sterling ShepardNew York Giants – 1
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 1
    Dawson KnoxBuffalo Bills – 1
    O.J. HowardTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Allen LazardGreen Bay Packers – 1
    M. HallDetroit Lions – 1
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Trey QuinnWashington Redskins – 1
    Marquise GoodwinSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Hayden HurstBaltimore Ravens – 1
    A. IsabellaArizona Cardinals – 1
    K. JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1
    C. LatimerNew York Giants – 1
    A. HurnsMiami Dolphins – 1
    Rhett EllisonNew York Giants – 1
    J. KumerowGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Josh HillNew Orleans Saints – 1
    L. MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 1
    J. ReynoldsLos Angeles Rams – 1
    K. BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Byron PringleKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Isaiah McKenzieBuffalo Bills – 1
    Maxx WilliamsArizona Cardinals – 1
    David MooreSeattle Seahawks – 1
    J.D. McKissicDetroit Lions – 1
    A. FriskerTennessee Titans – 1
    LeSean McCoy – Kansas City Chiefs – 1
    M. BrownBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Kerryon JohnsonDetroit Lions – 1
    Vernon DavisWashington Redskins – 1
    Parris CampbellIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Ryan IzzoNew England Patriots – 1
    Devin SmithDallas Cowboys – 1
    D. SingletaryBuffalo Bills – 1
    Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Richie James Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 1
    T. ColemanSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 1
    Wayne GallmanNew York Giants – 1
    Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Tre’Quan SmithNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 1
    Ryquell ArmsteadJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Raheem MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    B. PerrimanBuffalo Bills – 1
    J. WimsChicago Bears – 1
    Jordan HowardPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Brandon BoldenNew England Patriots – 1
    Duke WilliamsBuffalo Bills – 1
    A. WilsonMiami Dolphins – 1
    Antonio BrownNew England Patriots – 1
    Rashaad HigginsCleveland Browns – 1
    Kendrick BourneSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    C.J. HamMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Damien WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    B. BrauneckerChicago Bears – 1
    T.J. JonesNew York Giants – 1
    David NjokuCleveland Browns – 1
    J.J. NelsonOakland Raiders – 1
    Lee SmithBuffalo Bills – 1
    A. AbdullahMinnesota Vikings – 1
    B. HillAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Troymaine PopeLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Patrick RicardBaltimore Ravens – 1
    A. IngoldOakland Raiders – 1
    David Quessenberry – Tennessee Titans – 1

2019 NFL Week 5 Season Leaders

After Week 5 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. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 1,831
  2. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 1,655
  3. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 1,650
  4. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 1,606
  5. Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers – 1,465
  6. Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 1,411
  7. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 1,409
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 1,409
  8. Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,371
  9. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1,355

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

  1. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 12
  2. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 11
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 11
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 11
    Jameis WinstonTampa Buccaneers – 11
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 11
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 11
  3. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 10
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 10
    Jacoby BrisettIndianapolis Colts – 10
  4. Gardner Minshew IIJacksonville Jaguars – 9
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 9
  5. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 7
    Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 7
    Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 7
    Marcus MariotaTennessee Titans – 7
    Case KeenumWashington Redskins – 7
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 7
    Mason RudolphPittsburgh Steelers – 7
  6. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 6
    Joe FlaccoDenver Broncos – 6
    Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 6
    Teddy BridgewaterPittsburgh Steelers – 6
  7. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 5
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 5
    Kyle AllenCarolina Panthers – 5
  8. Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 4
    Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 4
    Daniel JonesNew York Giants – 4
  9. Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 3
    Chase DanielChicago Bears – 3
  10. Eli ManningNew York Giants – 2
    Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 2

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

  1. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 587
  2. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 542
  3. Leonard FournetteJacksonville Jaguars – 512
  4. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 485
  5. Marlon MackIndianapolis Colts – 470
  6. Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 430
  7. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 387
  8. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 386
  9. Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 381
  10. Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 372

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

  1. Aaron JonesGreen Bay Packers – 8
  2. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 6
    Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 6
  3. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 5
    Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 5
  4. Nick ChubbCleveland Browns – 4
    Josh JacobsOakland Raiders – 4
    Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 4
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 4
    Jordan HowardPhiladelphia Eagles – 4
    Jeffrey Wilson Jr.San Francisco 49ers – 4
  5. Phillip LindsayDenver Broncos – 3
    Sony MichelNew England Patriots – 3
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Peyton BarberTampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 3
    Damien WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 3
  6. Marlon MackIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Frank GoreBuffalo Bills – 2
    Carlos HydeHouston Texans – 2
    David MontgomeryChicago Bears – 2
    LeSean McCoyKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 2
    James ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 2
    Malcolm BrownLos Angles Rams – 2
    Wayne GallmanNew York Giants – 2
    Daniel JonesNew York Giants – 2
    Dontrell HilliardCleveland Browns – 2
  7. Leonard FournetteJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Ronald JonesTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1
    Kerryon JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1
    Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 1
    Tony PollardDallas Cowboys – 1
    Alexander MattisonMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Devin SingletaryBuffalo Bills – 1
    Chase EdmondsArizona Cardinals – 1
    Tevin ColemanSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Rex BurkheadNew England Patriots – 1
    Adrian PetersonWashington Redskins – 1
    Rashaad PennySeattle Seahawks – 1
    Latavius MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Ito SmithAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Reggie BonnafonCarolina Panthers – 1
    Steven Sims Jr.Washington Redskins – 1
    Trevor DavisOakland Raiders – 1
    DeAndre WashingtonOakland Raiders – 1
    Cordarelle PattersonChicago Bears – 1
    Jacoby BrissettIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Jaylen SamuelsPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Brandon BoldenNew England Patriots – 1
    Vincent SmithNew York Jets – 1
    Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 1
    C.J. ProsiseSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Alex ArmahCarolina Panthers – 1
    Alshon JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Adam ThielanMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 1

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

  1. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 543
  2. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 512
  3. Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 511
  4. Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 506
  5. D.J. Chark Jr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 485
  6. Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 470
  7. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 439
  8. Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 405
  9. Jarvis LandryCleveland Browns – 403
  10. Courtland SuttonDenver Broncos – 401

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

  1. Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 6
  2. Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 5
    D.J. Chark Jr.Jacksonville Jaguars – 5
  3. Cooper KuppLos Angeles Rams – 4
    Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 4
    Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 4
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 4
    Will DisslySeattle Seahawks – 4
    Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 4
    T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Tyrell WilliamsOakland Raiders – 4
  4. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    Courtland SuttonDenver Broncos – 3
    Will Fuller VHouston Texans – 3
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 3
    John Ross IIICincinnati Bengals – 3
    Marquise BrownBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Terry McLaurinWashington Redskins – 3
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 3
    Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 3
    Demarcus RobinsonKansas City Chiefs – 3
    Phillip Dorsett IINew England Patriots – 3
    Nelson AgholorPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Taylor GabrielChicago Bears – 3
    Darren FellsHouston Texans – 3
  5. Allen Robinson IIChicago Bears – 2
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 2
    Austin HooperAtlanta Falcons – 2
    Larry FitzgeraldArizona Cardinals – 2
    DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 2
    Julian EdelmanNew England Patriots – 2
    JuJu Smith-SchusterPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 2
    D.K. MetcalfSeattle Seahawks – 1
    A.J. BrownTennessee Titans – 2
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 2
    Mecole HardmanKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Greg OlsenCarolina Panthers – 2
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 2
    Diontae JohnsonPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Jason WittenDallas Cowboys – 2
    Delaney WalkerTennessee Titans – 2
    T.J. Hockenson – Detroit Lions – 2
    Paul RichardsonWashington Redskins – 2
    Jordan AkinsHouston Texans – 2
    DeSean JacksonPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    James O’Shaughnessy…Jacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Alshon JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    Eric EbronIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Jimmy GrahamGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Vance McDonaldPittsburgh Steelers – 2
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 2
    Geronimo AllisonGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Miles BoykinBaltimore Ravens – 2
  6. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Tyler BoydCincinnati Bengals – 1
    John BrownBuffalo Bills – 1
    D.J. MooreCarolina Panthers – 1
    Michael GallupDallas Cowboys – 1
    Odell Beckham Jr.Cleveland Browns – 1
    Brandin CooksLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Mohamed SanuAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Josh GordonNew England Patriots – 1
    Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 1
    Marvin Jones Jr.Detroit Lions – 1
    Sterling ShepardNew York Giants – 1
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Chris ConleyJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 1
    George KittleSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Marquez Valdes-ScantlingGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Curtis SamuelCarolina Panthers – 1
    Gerald EverettLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Randall CobbDallas Cowboys – 1
    DeVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 1
    Corey DavisTennessee Titans – 1
    Preston WilliamsMiami Dolphins – 1
    Kenny StillsHouston Texans – 1
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 1
    Devonta FreemanAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Auden TateCincinnati Bengals – 1
    Ted Ginn Jr. – New Orleans Saints – 1
    Marquise GoodwinSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    L. BellNew York Jets – 1
    D. SlaytonNew York Giants – 1
    D. KnoxBuffalo Bills – 1
    J. ConnorPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    D. SamuelSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Danny AmendolaDetroit Lions – 1
    Noah FantDenver Broncos – 1
    Z. PascalIndianapolis Colts – 1
    J. CookNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Tarik CohenChicago Bears – 1
    Jack DoyleIndianapolis Colts – 1
    H. HurstBaltimore Ravens – 1
    T. QuinnWashington Redskins – 1
    B. PringleKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Vernon DavisWashington Redskins – 1
    D. SmithDallas Cowboys – 1
    B. JarwinDallas Cowboys – 1
    I. McKenzieBuffalo Bills – 1
    K. JohnsonDetroit Lions – 1
    Foster MoreauOakland Raiders – 1
    D. HenryTennessee Titans – 1
    R. Seals-JonesCleveland Browns – 1
    Tyler EifertCincinnati Bengals – 1
    L. McCoy – Kansas City Chiefs – 1
    R. IzzoNew England Patriots – 1
    W. GallmanNew York Giants – 1
    T. SmithNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Cameron BrateTampa Buccaneers – 1
    R. MostertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    R. JamesSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Joe MixonCinncinnati Bengals – 1
    P. CampbellIndianapolis Colts – 1
    A. BrownNew England Patriots – 1
    J. WilliamsGreen Bay Packers – 1
    C. Rogers Indianapolis Colts – 1
    D. MooreSeattle Seahawks – 1
    J. HowardPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Matt BreidaSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Dallas GoedertPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    D. PettisSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    T. JonesNew York Giants – 1
    David NjokuCleveland Browns – 1
    J.J. NelsonOakland Raiders – 1
    T. HillNew Orleans Saints – 1
    D. WilliamsBuffalo Bills – 1
    B. BoldenNew England Patriots – 1
    L. SmithBuffalo Bills – 1
    T. PopeLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    R. ArmsteadJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    D. HarrisCleveland Browns – 1
    P. RicardBaltimore Ravens – 1
    David Quessenberry – Tennessee Titans – 1

2019 NFL Week 1 Season Leaders

After Week 1 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. Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 418
  2. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 405
  3. Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions – 385
  4. Case KeenumWashington Redskins – 380
  5. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 378
  6. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 370
  7. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 341
  8. Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers – 333
  9. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 324
  10. Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 313

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

  1. Lamar JacksonBaltimore Ravens – 5
  2. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 4
  3. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 3
    Case KeenumWashington Redskins – 3
    Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 3
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 3
    Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 3
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 3
    Marcus MariotaTennessee Titans – 3
  4. Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 2
    Kyler MurrayArizona Cardinals – 2
    Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 2
    G. MinshewJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 2
    J. BrisettIndianapolis Colts – 2
  5. Eli ManningNew York Giants – 1
    Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 1
    Joe FlaccoDenver Broncos – 1
    Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 1
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 1
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Jameis WinstonTampa Buccaneers – 1
    Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Ryan Fitzpatrick – Miami Dolphins – 1
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 1
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Nick FolesJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Robert Griffin IIIBaltimore Ravens – 1

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

  1. Marlon MackIndianapolis Colts – 174
  2. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 128
  3. Saquon BarkleyNew York Giants – 120
  4. Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 111
  5. Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 107
  6. Todd Gurley IILos Angeles Rams – 97
    Alvin KamaraNew Orleans Saints – 97
  7. J. JacobsOakland Raiders – 85
  8. Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 84
  9. Carlos HydeHouston Texans – 83
  10. David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 82

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

  1. Christian McCaffreyCarolina Panthers – 2
    Dalvin CookMinnesota Vikings – 2
    Mark Ingram IIBaltimore Ravens – 2
    J. JacobsOakland Raiders – 2
    Malcolm BrownLos Angles Rams – 2
  2. Marlon MackIndianapolis Colts – 1
    Derrick HenryTennessee Titans – 1
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1
    Chris CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 1
    L. MurrayNew Orleans Saints – 1
    Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1
    Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 1
    D. WilliamsKansas City Chiefs – 1
    W. GallmanNew York Giants – 1
    D. HilliardCleveland Browns – 1
    Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Alshon JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Alex ArmahCarolina Panthers – 1

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

  1. Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 198
  2. John Ross IIICincinnati Bengals – 158
    Michael GallupDallas Cowboys – 158
  3. D. JacksonPhiladelphia Eagles – 154
  4. M. BrownBaltimore Ravens – 147
  5. D. CharkJacksonville Jaguars – 146
  6. T.J. Hockens…Detroit Lions – 131
  7. T. McLaurinWashington Redskins – 125
  8. J. BrownBuffalo Bills – 123
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 123
    Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 123
  9. Courtland SuttonDenver Broncos – 120
  10. Evan EngramNew York Giants – 116

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

  1. Sammy WatkinsKansas City Chiefs – 3
  2. John Ross IIICincinnati Bengals – 2
    D. JacksonPhiladelphia Eagles – 2
    M. BrownBaltimore Ravens – 2
    DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 2
    Austin EkelerLos Angeles Chargers – 2
    Phillip DorsettNew England Patriots – 2
    T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 2
    Delaney WalkerTennessee Titans – 2
  3. D. CharkJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    T.J. Hockens…Detroit Lions – 1
    T. McLaurinWashington Redskins – 1
    J. BrownBuffalo Bills – 1
    Keenan AllenLos Angeles Chargers – 1
    Evan EngramNew York Giants – 1
    Larry FitzgeraldArizona Cardinals – 1
    Mark AndrewsBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Amari CooperDallas Cowboys – 1
    T. WilliamsOakland Raiders – 1
    Danny AmendolaDetroit Lions – 1
    Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 1
    D. HenryTennessee Titans – 1
    Josh GordonNew England Patriots – 1
    R. CobbDallas Cowboys – 1
    Calvin RidleyAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Vernon DavisWashington Redskins – 1
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1
    Chris GodwinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1
    Alshon JeffreyPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 1
    Kenny GolladayDetroit Lions – 1
    Willie Snead IVBaltimore Ravens – 1
    R. JamesSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    B. JarwinDallas Cowboys – 1
    David NjokuCleveland Browns – 1
    K. StillsHouston Texans – 1
    C. CarsonSeattle Seahawks – 1
    T. QuinnWashington Redskins – 1
    L. BellNew York Jets – 1
    Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Dede WestbrookJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Jimmy GrahamGreen Bay Packers – 1
    T. SmithNew Orleans Saints – 1
    P. WilliamsMiami Dolphins – 1
    Tyler HigbeeLos Angeles Rams – 1
    Jason WittenDallas Cowboys – 1
    M. BoykinBaltimore Ravens – 1
    P. PicardBaltimore Ravens – 1

2016 NFL Week 17 Season Leaders

After Week 17 in the 2016 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 2016 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:

2016 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 5,208
  2. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 4,932
  3. Kirk CousinsWashington Redskins – 4,917
  4. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 4,428
  5. Philip RiversSan Diego Chargers – 4,390
  6. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 4,319
  7. Joe FlaccoBaltimore Ravens – 4,317
  8. Carson PalmerArizona Cardinals – 4,237
  9. Andrew LuckIndianapolis Colts – 4,223
  10. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 4,219

2016 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 40
  2. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 38
  3. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 37
  4. Philip RiversSan Diego Chargers – 33
  5. Andrew Luck Indianapolis Colts – 31
  6. Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers – 29
  7. Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 28
    Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 28
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 28
  8. Carson PalmerArizona Cardinals – 26
    Eli ManningNew York Giants – 26
    Marcus MariotaTennessee Titans – 26
  9. Kirk CousinsWashington Redskins – 25
  10. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 24

2016 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1,631
  2. Jordan HowardChicago Bears – 1,313
  3. DeMarco MurrayTennessee Titans – 1,287
  4. Jay AjayiMiami Dolphins – 1,272
  5. LeVeon BellPittsburgh Steelers – 1,268
  6. LeSean McCoyBuffalo Bills – 1,267
  7. David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1,238
  8. LeGarrett BlountNew England Patriots – 1,161
  9. Devonta FreemanAtlanta Falcons – 1,079
  10. Lamar MillerHouston Texans – 1,073

2016 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. LeGarrett BlountNew England Patriots – 18
  2. David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 16
  3. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 15
  4. LeSean McCoyBuffalo Bills – 13
  5. Latavius MurrayOakland Raiders – 12
  6. Devonta FreemanAtlanta Falcons – 11
  7. Melvin GordonSan Diego Chargers – 10 
  8. DeMarco MurrayTennessee Titans – 9
    Jeremy HillCincinnati Bengals – 9
    Jonathan StewartCarolina Panthers – 9
  9. Jay AjayiMiami Dolphins – 8 
    Ryan MatthewsPhiladelphia Eagles – 8
    Mike GillisleeBuffalo Bills – 8
    Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 8
  10. LeVeon BellPittsburgh Steelers – 7
    Isiah CrowellCleveland Browns – 7
    Matt ForteNew York Jets – 7
    Christine MichaelSeattle Seahawks – 7
    Robert TurbinIndianapolis Colts – 7
     

2016 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 1,448
  2. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 1,409
  3. Odell Beckham Jr.New York Giants – 1,367
  4. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,321
  5. Antonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers – 1,284
  6. Jordy NelsonGreen Bay Packers – 1,257
  7. Brandin CooksNew Orleans Saints – 1,173
  8. Amari CooperOakland Raiders – 1,153
  9. Jarvis LandryMiami Dolphins – 1,138
  10. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 1,137

2016 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Jordy NelsonGreen Bay Packers – 14
  2. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 12
    Antonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers – 12
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 12
  3. Odell Beckham Jr.New York Giants – 10
  4. Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 9
    Rishard MatthewsTennessee Titans – 9
    Kenny StillsMiami Dolphins – 9 
  5. Brandin CooksNew Orleans Saints – 8 
    Michael CrabtreeOakland Raiders – 8
    Dez Bryant – Dallas Cowboys – 8
    Cameron BrateTampa Bay Buccaneers – 8
    Anquan BoldinDetroit Lions – 8
    Hunter HenrySan Diego Chargers – 8
  6. Doug BaldwinSeattle Seahawks – 7
    Tyrell WilliamsSan Diego Chargers – 7
    Kelvin BenjaminCarolina Panthers – 7
    Jamison CrowderWashington Redskins – 7
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 7
    Delanie Walker Tennessee Titans – 7
    Martellus BennettNew England Patriots – 7
    Sterling ShepardNew York Giants – 7
    Antonio GatesSan Diego Chargers – 7
    Donte MoncriefIndianapolis Colts – 7
  7. T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 6
    Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Larry FitzgeraldArizona Cardinals – 6
    Jimmy GrahamSeattle Seahawks – 6
    Allen RobinsonJacksonville Jaguars – 6
    Brandon LaFellCincinnati Bengals – 6
    Jordan ReedWashington Redskins – 6
    Tyreek Hill Kansas City Chiefs – 6
    J.J. NelsonArizona Cardinals – 6
    Taylor GabrielAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Dwayne AllenIndianapolis Colts – 6
  8. Amari CooperOakland Raiders – 5
    Dimaryius ThomasDenver Broncos – 5
    Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 5
    Kenny BrittLos Angeles Rams – 5
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 5
    Cole BeasleyDallas Cowboys – 5
    Steve Smith Sr.Baltimore Ravens – 5 

    Randall CobbGreen Bay Packers – 5
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 5
    Jack DoyleIndianapolis Colts – 5
    Tyler EifertCincinnati Bengals – 5
    Theo RiddickDetroit Lions – 5
  9. Jarvis LandryMiami Dolphins – 4
    Travis Kelce
    Kansas City Chiefs – 4
    Golden Tate
    Detroit Lions – 4
    Mike WallaceBaltimore Ravens – 4
    Terrelle PryorCleveland Browns – 4
    DeSean JacksonWashington Redskins – 4
    A.J. GreenCincinnati Bengals – 4
    DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 4
    Marvin JonesDetroit Lions – 4
    Willie SneadNew Orleans Saints – 4
    Cameron MeredithChicago Bears – 4
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 4
    Quincy EnunwaNew York Jets – 4
    Zack ErtzPhiladelphia Eagles – 4
    Dontrelle InmanSan Diego Chargers – 4
    DaVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 4
    Ted Ginn Jr.Carolina Panthers – 4
    DaVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 4
    Chris HoganNew England Patriots – 4
    Travis BenjaminSan Diego Chargers – 4
    Terrance WilliamsDallas Cowboys – 4
    Mohamed SanuAtlanta Falcons – 4
    C.J. FiedorowitzHouston Texans – 4
    Charles ClayBuffalo Bills – 4
    Zach MillerChicago Bears – 4
    Malcolm MitchellNew England Patriots – 4
    Vance McDonaldSan Francisco 49ers – 4
    Seth RobertsOakland Raiders – 4
    Devin FunchessCarolina Panthers – 4
    Mark IngramNew Orleans Saints – 4
    Julius ThomasJacksonville Jaguars – 4
    Travaris CadetNew Orleans Saints – 4
    Frank GoreIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Dion SimsMiami Dolphins – 4
    Danny AmendolaNew England Patriots – 4
    Justin HardyAtlanta Falcons – 4
    Justin HunterBuffalo Bills – 4
  10. Julian EdelmanNew England Patriots – 3
    Greg OlsenCarolina Panthers – 3
    Pierre GarconWashington Redskins – 3
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 3
    Marqise LeeJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    Jordan MatthewsPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Brandon Marshall – New York Jets – 3
    Jeremy KerleySan Francisco 49ers – 3
    Coby FleenerNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Jason WittenDallas Cowboys – 3
    Brian Quick Los Angeles Rams – 3
    Eli Rogers Pittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Rob GronkowskiNew England Patriots – 3
    Jaron BrownArizona Cardinals – 3
    Breshad PerrimanBaltimore Ravens – 3 

    Allen HurnsJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    Tavon AustinLos Angeles Rams – 3
    Michael FloydArizona Cardinals – 3
    Marquise GoodwinBuffalo Bills – 3
    Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 3
    Kendall WrightTennessee Titans – 3
    Corey ColemanCleveland Browns – 3
    Clive WalfordOakland Raiders – 3
    Garrett CelekSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    Jesse JamesPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Andrew HawkinsCleveland Browns – 3
    Brandon ColemanNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Torrey SmithSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    Austin Hooper Atlanta Falcons – 3
    Damien WilliamsMiami Dolphins – 3
    Brice ButlerDallas Cowboys – 3
    Jacob TammeAtlanta Falcons – 3
    Carlos HydeSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    Andre HolmesOakland Raiders – 3

2016 NFL Week 16 Season Leaders

After Week 16 in the 2016 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 2016 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:

2016 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 4,858
  2. Kirk CousinsWashington Redskins – 4,630
  3. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 4,601
  4. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 4,128
  5. Philip RiversSan Diego Chargers – 4,121
  6. Joe FlaccoBaltimore Ravens – 4,050
  7. Carson PalmerArizona Cardinals – 3,982
  8. Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 3,980
  9. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 3,972
  10. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 3,961

2016 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 36
  2. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 35
  3. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 34
  4. Philip RiversSan Diego Chargers – 31
  5. Andrew Luck Indianapolis Colts – 29
    Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers – 29
  6. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 28
  7. Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 27
  8. Eli ManningNew York Giants – 26
    Marcus MariotaTennessee Titans – 26
  9. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 25
  10. Kirk CousinsWashington Redskins – 24 

2016 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 1,631
  2. LeVeon BellPittsburgh Steelers – 1,268
  3. DeMarco MurrayTennessee Titans – 1,266
  4. LeSean McCoyBuffalo Bills – 1,257
  5. David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 1,232
  6. Jay AjayiMiami Dolphins – 1,213
  7. Jordan HowardChicago Bears – 1,178
  8. LeGarrett BlountNew England Patriots – 1,110
  9. Lamar MillerHouston Texans – 1,073
  10. Melvin GordonSan Diego Chargers – 997

2016 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. LeGarrett BlountNew England Patriots – 17
  2. David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 16
  3. Ezekiel ElliottDallas Cowboys – 15 
  4. LeSean McCoyBuffalo Bills – 13
  5. Latavius MurrayOakland Raiders – 12
  6. Melvin GordonSan Diego Chargers – 10
    Devonta FreemanAtlanta Falcons – 10 
  7. DeMarco MurrayTennessee Titans – 9
    Jeremy HillCincinnati Bengals – 9
  8. Jay AjayiMiami Dolphins – 8
    Jonathan StewartCarolina Panthers – 8
    Ryan MatthewsPhiladelphia Eagles – 8
    Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 8
  9. LeVeon BellPittsburgh Steelers – 7
    Matt ForteNew York Jets – 7
    Isiah CrowellCleveland Browns – 7
    Mike GillisleeBuffalo Bills – 7
  10. Jordan HowardChicago Bears – 6
    Carlos HydeSan Francisco 49ers – 6
    Todd GurleyLos Angeles Rams – 6
    Rob KelleyWashington Redskins – 6
    Tyrod TaylorBuffalo Bills – 6
    Christine MichaelSeattle Seahawks – 6
    Matt AsiataMinnesota Vikings – 6
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 6
    Robert TurbinIndianapolis Colts – 6
     

2016 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 1,353
  2. Odell Beckham Jr.New York Giants – 1,323
  3. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 1,313
  4. Antonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers – 1,284
  5. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,256
  6. Jordy NelsonGreen Bay Packers – 1,191
  7. Brandin CooksNew Orleans Saints – 1,154
  8. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 1,117
  9. Amari CooperOakland Raiders – 1,114
  10. Doug BaldwinSeattle Seahawks – 1,084

2016 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Jordy NelsonGreen Bay Packers – 14
  2. Antonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers – 12
  3. Mike EvansTampa Bay Buccaneers – 11
  4. Odell Beckham Jr.New York Giants – 10
    Davante AdamsGreen Bay Packers – 10
  5. Brandin CooksNew Orleans Saints – 8
    Michael ThomasNew Orleans Saints – 8
    Michael CrabtreeOakland Raiders – 8
    Rishard MatthewsTennessee Titans – 8
    Dez Bryant – Dallas Cowboys – 8
    Kenny StillsMiami Dolphins – 8
    Cameron BrateTampa Bay Buccaneers – 8
  6. Doug BaldwinSeattle Seahawks – 7
    Tyrell WilliamsSan Diego Chargers – 7
    Jamison CrowderWashington Redskins – 7
    Delanie Walker Tennessee Titans – 7
    Sterling ShepardNew York Giants – 7
    Anquan BoldinDetroit Lions – 7
    Hunter HenrySan Diego Chargers – 7
    Donte MoncriefIndianapolis Colts – 7 
  7. T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 6
    Jimmy GrahamSeattle Seahawks – 6
    Kelvin BenjaminCarolina Panthers – 6
    Allen RobinsonJacksonville Jaguars – 6
    Brandon LaFellCincinnati Bengals – 6
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 6
    Martellus BennettNew England Patriots – 6
    Tyreek Hill Kansas City Chiefs – 6
    Taylor GabrielAtlanta Falcons – 6
    Antonio GatesSan Diego Chargers – 6
    J.J. NelsonArizona Cardinals – 6
  8. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 5
    Dimaryius ThomasDenver Broncos – 5
    Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 5
    Kenny BrittLos Angeles Rams – 5
    Larry FitzgeraldArizona Cardinals – 5
    Adam ThielenMinnesota Vikings – 5
    Cole BeasleyDallas Cowboys – 5
    Steve Smith Sr.Baltimore Ravens – 5
    Jordan ReedWashington Redskins – 5 

    Randall CobbGreen Bay Packers – 5
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 5
    Tyler EifertCincinnati Bengals – 5
    Dwayne AllenIndianapolis Colts – 5
    Theo RiddickDetroit Lions – 5
  9. Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 4
    Amari Cooper
    Oakland Raiders – 4
    Mike WallaceBaltimore Ravens – 4
    DeSean JacksonWashington Redskins – 4
    A.J. GreenCincinnati Bengals – 4
    Terrelle PryorCleveland Browns – 4
    Marvin JonesDetroit Lions – 4
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 4
    DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 4
    Cameron MeredithChicago Bears – 4
    Willie SneadNew Orleans Saints – 4
    Quincy EnunwaNew York Jets – 4
    Dontrelle InmanSan Diego Chargers – 4
    DaVante ParkerMiami Dolphins – 4
    Ted Ginn Jr.Carolina Panthers – 4
    Travis BenjaminSan Diego Chargers – 4
    Chris HoganNew England Patriots – 4
    Jack DoyleIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Charles ClayBuffalo Bills – 4
    Zach MillerChicago Bears – 4
    Malcolm MitchellNew England Patriots – 4
    Vance McDonaldSan Francisco 49ers – 4
    Devin FunchessCarolina Panthers – 4
    Seth RobertsOakland Raiders – 4
    Mark IngramNew Orleans Saints – 4
    Julius ThomasJacksonville Jaguars – 4
    Frank GoreIndianapolis Colts – 4
    Dion SimsMiami Dolphins – 4
    Danny AmendolaNew England Patriots – 4
    Justin HunterBuffalo Bills – 4
  10. Jarvis LandryMiami Dolphins – 3
    Greg OlsenCarolina Panthers – 3
    Golden TateDetroit Lions – 3
    Pierre GarconWashington Redskins – 3
    Stefon DiggsMinnesota Vikings – 3
    Jordan MatthewsPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Brandon Marshall – New York Jets – 3
    Marqise LeeJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    Jeremy KerleySan Francisco 49ers – 3
    Coby FleenerNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Jason WittenDallas Cowboys – 3
    Terrance WilliamsDallas Cowboys – 3
    Brian Quick Los Angeles Rams – 3
    C.J. FiedorowitzHouston Texans – 3
    Mohamed SanuAtlanta Falcons – 3
    Rob GronkowskiNew England Patriots – 3
    Jaron BrownArizona Cardinals – 3
    Eli Rogers Pittsburgh Steelers – 3 

    Allen HurnsJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    Tavon AustinLos Angeles Rams – 3
    Michael FloydArizona Cardinals – 3
    Breshad PerrimanBaltimore Ravens – 3
    Marquise GoodwinBuffalo Bills – 3
    Kendall WrightTennessee Titans – 3
    Corey ColemanCleveland Browns – 3
    Clive WalfordOakland Raiders – 3
    Jesse JamesPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Andrew HawkinsCleveland Browns – 3
    Brandon ColemanNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Torrey SmithSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    Travaris CadetNew Orleans Saints – 3
    Austin Hooper Atlanta Falcons – 3
    Damien WilliamsMiami Dolphins – 3
    Brice ButlerDallas Cowboys – 3
    Jacob TammeAtlanta Falcons – 3
    Carlos HydeSan Francisco 49ers – 3
    Justin HardyAtlanta Falcons – 3
    Andre HolmesOakland Raiders – 3

2015 NFL Week 17 Season Leaders

After Week 17 in the 2015 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 2015 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:

2015 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 4,870
  2. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 4,793
  3. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 4,770
  4. Carson Palmer Arizona Cardinals – 4,644
  5. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 4,591
  6. Eli ManningNew York Giants – 4,436
  7. Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 4,428
  8. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 4,262
  9. Ryan TannehillMiami Dolphins – 4,210
  10. Kirk CousinsWashington Redskins – 4,166

2015 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Tom Brady – New England Patriots – 36
  2. Carson PalmerArizona Cardinals – 35
    Eli ManningNew York Giants – 35
    Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 35
    Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 35
  3. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 34
  4. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 32
    Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions – 32
  5. Ryan FitzpatrickNew York Jets – 31
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 31
  6. Philip RiversSan Diego Chargers – 29
    Kirk CousinsWashington Redskins – 29
  7. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 28
  8. Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 25
  9. Ryan TannehillMiami Dolphins – 24
  10. Jamies WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 22

2015 NFL Rushing Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Adrian PetersonMinnesota Vikings – 1,485
  2. Doug MartinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,402
  3. Todd Gurley – St. Louis Rams – 1,097
  4. Darren McFaddenDallas Cowboys – 1,089
  5. Chris IvoryNew York Jets – 1,070
  6. Latavius MurrayOakland Raiders – 1,066
  7. Devonta Freeman – Atlanta Falcons – 1,061
  8. Jonathan StewartCarolina Panthers – 990
  9. Frank GoreIndianapolis Colts – 967
  10. DeAngelo WilliamsPittsburgh Steelers – 901

2015 NFL Rushing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Adrian PetersonMinnesota Vikings – 11
    Devonta FreemanAtlanta Falcons – 11
    DeAngelo WilliamsPittsburgh Steelers – 11
    Jeremy Hill Cincinnati Bengals – 11
  2. Todd Gurley – St. Louis Rams – 10
    Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 10
  3. Lamar MillerMiami Dolphins – 8 
    David JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 8
  4. Chris IvoryNew York Jets – 7
    Ronnie HillmanDenver Broncos – 7
    Karlos WilliamsBuffalo Bills – 7
  5. Doug MartinTampa Bay Buccaneers – 6
    Latavius MurrayOakland Raiders – 6
    Jonathan StewartCarolina Panthers – 6
    Frank Gore Indianapolis Colts – 6
    LaGarrett BlountNew England Patriots – 6
    DeMarco Murray – Philadelphia Eagles – 6
    Jeremy LangfordChicago Bears – 6
    Ryan MathewsPhiladelphia Eagles – 6
    Spencer WareKansas City Chiefs – 6
    Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 6
  6. Mark IngramNew Orleans Saints – 5
    C.J. AndersonDenver Broncos – 5
    Kirk CousinsWashington Redskins – 5
  7. Matt ForteChicago Bears – 4
    Thomas RawlsSeattle Seahawks – 4
    Isiah CrowellCleveland Browns – 4
    Charcandrick WestKansas City Chiefs – 4
    Tyrod TaylorBuffalo Bills – 4
    Tavon AustinSt. Louis Rams – 4
    T. HightowerNew Orleans Saints – 4
    Jamaal CharlesKansas City Chiefs – 4
    Joseph RandleDallas Cowboys – 4
    Joique BellDetroit Lions – 4
    Khiry RobinsonNew Orleans Saints – 4
  8. Darren McFaddenDallas Cowboys – 3
    LeSean McCoyBuffalo Bills – 3
    Rashad JenningsNew York Giants – 3
    Chris JohnsonArizona Cardinals – 3
    Eddie LacyGreen Bay Packers – 3
    Le’Veon BellPittsburgh Steelers – 3
    Antonio AndrewsTennessee Titans – 3
    Matt JonesWashington Redskins – 3
    Carlos Hyde – San Francisco 49ers – 3
    Marshawn LynchSeattle Seahawks – 3
    Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 3
    Darren SprolesPhiladelphia Eagles – 3
    Andre EllingtonArizona Cardinals – 3
    M. GillisleeBuffalo Bills – 3
    Teddy BridgewaterMinnesota Vikings – 3
    Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 3
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 3
    Joe FlaccoBaltimore Ravens – 3
  9. T.J. YeldonJacksonville Jaguars – 2
    Giovani BernardCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Alfred BlueHouston Texans – 2
    Justin ForsettBaltimore Ravens – 2
    James StarksGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Ameer AbdullahDetroit Lions – 2
    Alex SmithKansas City Chiefs – 2
    Ryan FitzpatrickNew York Jets – 2
    Marcus MariotaTennessee Titans – 2
    Jerick McKinnonMinnesota Vikings – 2
    Dion LewisNew England Patriots – 2
    Mohamed SanuCincinnati Bengals – 2
    Ka’Deem CareyChicago Bears – 2
    James WhiteNew England Patriots – 2
    John KuhnGreen Bay Packers – 2
    Zach LineMinnesota Vikings – 2
  10. Alfred MorrisWashington Redskins – 1
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Javorius AllenBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Tevin ColemanAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 1
    Chris PolkHouston Texans – 1
    Danny WoodheadSan Diego Chargers – 1
    Bilal PowellNew York Jets – 1
    Shaun DraughnSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Jonathan GrimesHouston Texans – 1
    Andre WilliamsNew York Giants – 1
    Colin KaepernickSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Denard RobinsonJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Dexter McClusterTennessee Titans – 1
    Mike TolbertCarolina Panthers – 1
    Jay CutlerChicago Bears – 1
    Tre MasonSt. Louis Rams – 1
    Bishop SankeyTennessee Titans – 1
    Donald BrownSan Diego Chargers – 1
    J. AjayiMiami Dolphins – 1
    Blaine GabbertSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Cameron Artis-PayneCarolina Panthers – 1
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 1
    Orleans DarkwaNew York Giants – 1
    Arian FosterHouston Texans – 1
    Ryan TannehillMiami Dolphins – 1
    Kerwynn WilliamsArizona Cardinals – 1
    R. TurbinDallas Cowboys – 1
    Jamize OlawaleOakland Raiders – 1
    Fozzy WhittakerCarolina Panthers – 1
    Josh McCownCleveland Browns – 1
    Terron WardAtlanta Falcons – 1
    Jarvis LandryMiami Dolphins – 1
    Fred JacksonSeattle Seahawks – 1
    D. CobbTennessee Titans – 1
    Knile DavisKansas City Chiefs – 1
    E.J. ManuelBuffalo Bills – 1
    De’Anthony ThomasKansas City Chiefs – 1
    Dan HerronBuffalo Bills – 1
    Martavis BryantPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    S. Jackson – New England Patriots – 1
    Lorenzo TaliaferroBaltimore Ravens – 1
    Carson PalmerArizona Cardinals – 1
    Nick FolesSt. Louis Rams – 1
    Brock OsweillerDenver Broncos – 1
    B. BrownSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Z. Mettenberger Tennessee Titans – 1
    Ryan MallettHouston Texans – 1
    B. WeedenHouston Texans – 1
    Jalston FowlerTennessee Titans – 1
    Will JohnsonPittsburgh Steelers – 1
    William TukaufuSeattle Seahawks – 1
    Austin JohnsonNew Orleans Saints – 1
    B. MillerSan Francisco 49ers – 1
    Anthony DixonBuffalo Bills – 1
    Dontari PoeKansas City Chiefs – 1

2015 NFL Receiving Yards Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Julio Jones – Atlanta Falcons – 1,871
  2. Antonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers – 1,710
  3. DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 1,521
  4. Brandon MarshallNew York Jets – 1,502
  5. Odell Beckham Jr. – New York Giants – 1,450
  6. Allen RobinsonJacksonville Jaguars – 1,400
  7. Dimaryius ThomasDenver Broncos – 1,304
  8. A.J. GreenCincinnati Bengals – 1,263
  9. Calvin JohnsonDetroit Lions – 1,216
  10. Larry Fitzgerald Arizona Cardinals – 1,215

2015 NFL Receiving Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Brandon MarshallNew York Jets – 14
    Allen Robinson
    Jacksonville Jaguars – 14
    Doug BaldwinSeattle Seahawks – 14
  2. Odell Beckham Jr.New York Giants – 13
    Tyler Eifert Cincinnati Bengals – 13
  3. Eric DeckerNew York Jets – 12
  4. DeAndre HopkinsHouston Texans – 11
    Rob GronkowskiNew England Patriots – 11
    Jordan ReedWashington Redskins – 11
  5. Antonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers – 10
    A.J. GreenCincinnati Bengals – 10
    Allen HurnsJacksonville Jaguars – 10
    Ted Ginn Jr.Carolina Panthers – 10
  6. Calvin JohnsonDetroit Lions – 9
    Larry Fitzgerald – Arizona Cardinals – 9
    Brandin CooksNew Orleans Saints – 9
    Sammy WatkinsBuffalo Bills – 9
    Gary BarnidgeCleveland Browns – 9
    Michael CrabtreeOakland Raiders – 9
  7. Julio JonesAtlanta Falcons – 8
    Jeremy MaclinKansas City Chiefs – 8
    Jordan MatthewsPhiladelphia Eagles – 8
    James JonesGreen Bay Packers – 8
    Reuben RandleNew York Giants – 8
    Richard RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 8
  8. Greg OlsenCarolina Panthers – 7 
    Donte MoncriefIndianapolis Colts – 7
    Julian EdelmanNew England Patriots – 7
  9. Dimaryius ThomasDenver Broncos – 6
    Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 6
    Delanie WalkerTennessee Titans – 6
    Amari CooperOakland Raiders – 6 
    John BrownArizona Cardinals – 6
    Randall CobbGreen Bay Packers – 6
    Benjamin WatsonNew Orleans Saints – 6
    Michael FloydArizona Cardinals – 6
    Golden TateDetroit Lions – 6
    Pierre GarconWashington Redskins – 6
    Danny WoodheadSan Diego Chargers – 6
    Tyler LockettSeattle Seahawks – 6
  10. T.Y. HiltonIndianapolis Colts – 5
    Travis Benjamin – Cleveland Browns – 5
    Kamar AikenBaltimore Ravens – 5
    Travis KelceKansas City Chiefs – 5
    Markus WheatonPittsburgh Steelers – 5
    Martavis Bryant – Pittsburgh Steelers – 5
    Jermaine KearseSeattle Seahawks – 5
    Antonio GatesSan Diego Chargers – 5
    Eric EbronDetroit Lions – 5
    Cole BeasleyDallas Cowboys – 5
    Kyle RudolphMinnesota Vikings – 5
    Seth RobertsOakland Raiders – 5
    Tavon AustinSt. Louis Rams – 5
    Devin FunchessCarolina Panthers – 5
    Julius ThomasJacksonville Jaguars – 5
    Zach MillerChicago Bears – 5

2013 NFL Week 22 Review – Super Bowl

WEEK 22 REVIEW – SUPER BOWL

Wow, it is finally here after 22 weeks since the regular season started, we are down to two teams battling it out for the coveted Lombardi Trophy and bragging rights after a hard fought season.  Like other seasons, we look forward to the Super Bowl commercials, the hoopla, half time entertainment, pomp and circumstance and hopefully a great game.  This season, like many others included its fair share of injuries, controversies and mistakes but we all made it through poised to watch, what on paper, should be a fantastic game with the AFC Champion Denver Broncos facing off against the NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks.  Arguably the two best teams in the NFL this season with the powerhouse Offense of the Denver Broncos with multiple record setting performances versus the Defensive centered Seattle Seahawks who also have a pretty decent offense.  They always say “Defense Wins Championships” and we will soon see who the best of the best is, at least for this season.  I want to apologize that there is no Week 21 review but I have to admit I did not watch the Pro Bowl the previous week and don’t even know who won.  I know it is a throw away game for the most part but ever since the NFL moved the game to before the Super Bowl rather than after where the players from the Super Bowl, the best players typically, do not get to play, it lost some of its joy as the ultimate pick-up game and reward to the players for their accomplishments and a great place to wind down after the hard fought season.  Anyway, back to the game of games, the quintessential meeting of the best teams from each division playing for the number one ranking for the season, the winner of Super Bowl XLVIII.

NFC Champion Seattle Seahaks vs. AFC Champion Denver Broncos

Super Bowl XLVIII started off on a strange note when Hall of Fame New York Jets Quarterback, Joe Namath came out for the official coin toss in his opulent fur coat which I think is the same one he used to wear on the sidelines back in his playing days.  The referee described the formalities and handed Namath the official coin to flip and he did just that, flipped it up in the air and the ref caught the coin in mid-air because he had not determined the initial call, heads or tails.  Right there it started off on the wrong foot.  On the second try, Seattle won the toss and elected to kick the ball.

The game was now live and the kick was deep into the end zone and speedster Trindon Holliday decided to run the ball out of the end zone against a tough special teams unit and made it to the 11 yard line before getting tackled.  Not the best field position to start.  The Broncos powerhouse offense came out and lined up and Peyton Manning, with his usual flair began to analyze the Seahawks Defense and when he called out his first audible, he stepped toward the line and boom, the ball gets hiked right past his head right into the end zone on the first play.  Knowshon Moreno scrambled back into the end zone and jumped on the ball and was touched down by Cliff Avril for a Safety.  Sure, far better than a Seahawks recovery for a touchdown but still, far from the ideal start to the biggest game of the year.  The odds makers in Vegas had to be shocked and people with the squares pools finally had reason to not hate having a 2 in their numbers.  I would imagine the bets on the first score being a Safety were far and few between but probably paid really well for those crazy enough to bet on it.

So, just 12 seconds into Super Bowl XLVIII and the Broncos were down by 2 points and getting ready to punt the ball to Seattle.  Starting in great field position, the Seahawks were able to move the ball but settled for a 31 yard Matt Hauschka field goal and a 5 point lead with 10:21 left in the First Quarter.  The Broncos on their next drive went 3 and out and punted the ball.  Seattle moved the ball again into field goal position and Hauschka kicked a 33 yard field goal and the Seahawks led 8-0 at the end of one quarter.  In the Second Quarter, Marshawn Lynch ran in a 1 yard touchdown extending the Seahawks lead to 15 points.  Denver finally was able to start moving the ball a bit when Seattle’s Malcolm Smith intercepted a Peyton Manning pass and ran it back 69 yards for a touchdown with 3:21 left in the fist half.  Going into half time, the Seattle Seahawks had dominated the Denver Broncos and led 22-0.

During half time, Bruno Mars put on a decent show and the Red Hot Chili Peppers came out for one song which brewed controversy because they were unplugged and lip synching.  I know it is a big game and everything has to be perfect but having professional musicians lip synch their performance is just so wrong on so many levels.

Seattle, who kicked to start the game got to receive the ball from Matt Prater who kicked it to Percy Harvin who returned the kick 87 yards for a Seattle toucdown just 12 seconds into the second half.  With almost a whole half left in the game, Seattle was up 29-0.  With 2:58 left in the Third Quarter, Russell Wilson threw a 23 yard pass to Jermaine Kearse and the Seahawks led 36-0 posting 7 unanswered scores from the Seahawks Offense, Defense and Special Teams units.  On the next possession, Denver was finally able to move the ball and Peyton Manning connected with Demaryius Thomas for a 23 yard touchdown and then Manning threw a 2 yard pass to Wes Welker completing the 2 point conversion and putting Denver on the board with 8 points at the very end of the Third Quarter.  Denver kicked an onside kick which was horrible and easily recovered by the Seahawks giving them great field position and Wilson was able to quickly move the ball against the hapless Broncos Defense and threw a 10 yard touchdown to Doug Baldwin from 10 yards out and bringing the score to 43-8 with 11:45 left in the Fourth Quarter.  There were no other scores in the game as Denver could not move the ball and Seattle ran the ball to waste the clock and with the final gun, the Seattle Seahawks had defeated the Denver Broncos 43-8.  Not the Broncos worst loss in a Super Bowl as they had previously lost 55-10 to the San Francisco 49ers back in 1988 but after such a great season from Peyton Manning and his offense, it was so anti climactic.  One might look back to earlier in the season when Seattle beat Denver 45-10 in pre season as a foreshadowing for this meeting but Seattle came to play and Denver was flat from the first snap.

Props to Seattle for winning the big game on all sides of the ball and showing the world they are a force to be reckoned with and to the Denver Broncos for such an entertaining season this year.  Hopefully Peyton Manning will return and get a shot at the big game again next year even though his team might look a little different with free agency for Knowshon Moreno and Eric Decker.  If you look back in Broncos history, John Elway, who had been to the big game before faced off against Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers in a loss only to come back and win 2 Super Bowls in a row along with Super Bowl MVP before he hung up his cleats.  Maybe Peyton Manning will have a similar crescendo to his tremendous career before it ends.  Congratulations are also due to Peyton Manning for a tremendous record setting season and for winning NFL MVP for 2013.  Thank you to both teams for such an entertaining season albeit a not so entertaining game at the end.  Also, congratulations to an old friend, Brian Schneider who is the Special Teams coach for the Seattle Seahawks and fellow CSU alumni for his efforts and contribution to their win.

SUPER BOWL XLVIII GAME SCORE

  • Seattle Seahawks beat the Denver Broncos 43-8

WEEK 20 SUPER BOWL HIGHLIGHTS

  • Russell Wilson completed 72.0% of his passes throwing for 206 yards and 2 touchdowns with zero interceptions.  He also ran the ball 3 times for 26 yards.
  • Marshawn Lynch carried the ball 15 time for 39 yards and 1 touchdown.
  • Demaryius Thomas caught 13 passes for 118 yards and 1 touchdown.
  • Seattle Seahawks Defense shut down Peyton Manning holding him to a season low 280 yards and forced 2 interception along with completely stopping the Broncos running attack holding them to just 27 yards rushing in the game.
  • Doug Baldwin caught 5 passes for 66 yards and 1 touchdown averaging 13.2 yards per reception.
  • Jermaine Kearse caught 4 passes for 65 yards and 1 touchdown averaging 16.3 yards per reception.
  • Wes Welker caught 8 passes for 84 yards and converted the 2 point conversion.
  • Percy Harvin ran back a kickoff for a touchdown from 87 yards to open the second half of the game.

Until next year!  I can hardly wait and am already ready for some Football!