Weekly Top 20

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As of Nov. 13, 2018 (through Week 10)

WEEK 10 TOP 20 HIGHLIGHT:

Indianapolis Colts quarterback ANDREW LUCK completed 21 of 29 passes (72.4 percent) for 285 yards with three touchdowns and one interception for a 123.5 passer rating in the Colts’ 29-26 victory against Jacksonville.

Luck has thrown at least three touchdown passes in each of his past six games and is one of three quarterbacks in NFL history to record at least six consecutive games with three or more touchdown passes in a single season, joining TOM BRADY (10 consecutive games in 2007) and PEYTON MANNING (eight in 2004). Brady and Manning were each named Associated Press Most Valuable Player in those respective seasons. 

 

Passer Rating | Receptions | Rushing Yards | Scoring 

1971 Top 20

Italics denotes Hall of Famers
Bold denotes players active during the 2018 season

PASSER RATING
1 Aaron Rodgers 103.55
2 Russell Wilson 99.67
3 Drew Brees 97.59
4 Tom Brady 97.45
5 Tony Romo 97.15
6 Steve Young 96.81
7 Peyton Manning 96.46
8 Philip Rivers 95.67
9 Kirk Cousins 94.92
10 Matt Ryan 94.59
11 Ben Roethlisberger 94.39
12 Kurt Warner 93.71
13 Joe Montana 92.26
14 Chad Pennington 90.14
15 Matt Schaub 89.06
16 Colin Kaepernick 88.89
17 Andy Dalton 88.87
18 Andrew Luck 88.68
19 Matthew Stafford 88.63
20 Derek Carr 88.29
 
RECEPTIONS
1 Jerry Rice 1,549
2 Tony Gonzalez 1,325
3 Larry Fitzgerald 1,274
4 Jason Witten 1,152
5 Marvin Harrison 1,102
6 Cris Carter 1,101
7 Tim Brown 1,094
8 Terrell Owens 1,078
9 Anquan Boldin 1,076
10 Reggie Wayne 1,070
11 Andre Johnson 1,062
12 Steve Smith 1,031
13 Isaac Bruce 1,024
14 Hines Ward 1,000
15 Randy Moss 982
16 Brandon Marshall 970
17 Andre Reed 951
18 Derrick Mason 943
19 Art Monk 940
20 Antonio Gates 940
 
RUSHING YARDS
1 Emmitt Smith 18,355
2 Walter Payton 16,726
3 Barry Sanders 15,269
4 Frank Gore 14,554
5 Curtis Martin 14,101
6 LaDainian Tomlinson 13,684
7 Jerome Bettis 13,662
8 Eric Dickerson 13,259
9 Adrian Peterson 12,948
10 Tony Dorsett 12,714
11 Jim Brown 12,312
12 Marshall Faulk 12,279
13 Edgerrin James 12,246
14 Marcus Allen 12,243
15 Franco Harris 12,120
16 Thurman Thomas 12,074
17 Fred Taylor 11,695
18 Steven Jackson 11,438
19 John Riggins 11,352
20 Corey Dillon 11,241
 
SCORING
1 Adam Vinatieri 2,553
2 Morten Andersen 2,544
3 Gary Anderson 2,434
4 Jason Hanson 2,150
5 John Carney 2,062
6 Matt Stover 2,004
7 George Blanda 2,002
8 Jason Elam 1,983
9 John Kasay 1,970
10 Sebastian Janikowski 1,856
11 Phil Dawson 1,843
12 Norm Johnson 1,736
13 David Akers 1,721
14 Nick Lowery 1,711
15 Stephen Gostkowski 1,701
16 Jan Stenerud 1,699
17 Ryan Longwell 1,687
18 Matt Bryant 1,667
19 Eddie Murray 1,594
20 Al Del Greco 1,584
 

 

Here's a flashback look at how the Top 20 looked at the start of the 1971 season.

Passers | Receiving | Rushing | Scoring