NFL stats: Passing leaders through week 10

Kartik Mathur
|Published 18/11/2020

NFL stats: Here’s a look at who are the leading quarterbacks coming into week 11 of the NFL regular season. 

Passer rating, completion percentage and passing touchdowns are the key stats for quarterbacks. Here are the current leaders in the NFL:

1. Passer Rating: Aaron Rodgers, Packers

Aaron Rodgers always makes an appearance in the NFL stats leaders. He currently has a passer rating of 116.4, while also having an amazing touchdown-interception ratio of 26:3. Right behind him is Patrick Mahomes with a passer rating of 115.9.

2. Completion Percentage: Drew Brees, Saints

Drew Brees is known to be one of the most accurate passers in NFL history. His completion percentage of 73.5% is number one in the league. Brees and the Saints are currently on a 7 game win streak.

3. Passing touchdowns: Russell Wilson, Seahawks

There is no doubt Wilson is one of the leading candidates for the MVP award. He currently has 28 passing touchdowns. Thanks to Wilson, the Seahawks are averaging 32.2 points per game which is the highest in the league.

It is also very possible that he could beat Peyton Manning’s record of 55 passing touchdowns in a season

4. Passing yards: Josh Allen, Bills

Josh Allen has played solid till now. He is very much a candidate for the MVP award this season. Allen already has 2871 passing yards. He is averaging more than 280 passing yards per game. His favourite target is Stefon Diggs, who is also the leader in receiving yards.

5. Quarterback Rating: Aaron Rodgers

Rodgers has once again played above expectations at age 36. His quarterback rating of 84.8 is on top of the NFL. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are averaging just below 400 yards per game being a serious threat.

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