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Brady, Mahomes, Rodgers and the most imposing leaders of the NFL 2021-2022

The National Football League lives the longest season in its history, because with 17 weeks scheduled, the teams will fight to get a ticket to the NFL Playoffs, where Tom brady, Patrick Mahomes Y Aaron Rodgers They seek to lead their teams.

These three quarterbacks are true heavyweights in the North American field, and beyond transcending the Playoffs, each one has a clear objective: Get to the Super Bowl Y lift the Vince Lombardi trophy, in addition to being proclaimed as Mvp.

They all have qualities to achieve it and if it happens, it would not be crazy. However, you have to be attentive to the rest of the players who could surprise you, therefore, review who are together with the quarterbacks like himleaders in statistics of this regular season.

Offensive leaders

Touchdown passes
Player Touchdowns
Tom Brady (Buccaneers) 43
Matthew Stafford (Rams) 41
Justin Herbert (Chargers) 38
Aaron Rodgers (Packers) 37
Dak Prescott (Cowboys) 37
Touchdown receptions
Player Touchdowns
Cooper Kupp (Rams) 16
Mike Evans (Buccaneers) 14
Ja’Marr Chase (Bengals) 13
DK Metcalf (Seahawks) 12
Davante Adams (Packers) eleven
Ground touchdowns
Player Touchdowns
Jonathan Taylor (Colts) 18
Damien Harris (Patriots) fifteen
James Conner (Cardinals) fifteen
Joe Mixon (Bengals) 13
Austin Ekeler (Chargers) eleven

Aerial yards: Quarterbacks

Player Yards
Tom Brady (Buccaneers) 5,316
Justin Herbert (Chargers) 5,014
Matthew Stafford (Rams) 4,886
Patrick Mahomes (Chiefs) 4,839
Derek Carr (Raiders) 4,817
Aerial yards: Receivers
Player Yards
Cooper Kupp (Rams) 1,829
Justin Jefferson (Vikings) 1,509
Davante Adams (Packers) 1,498
Ja’Marr Chase (Bengals) 1,429
Deebo Samuel (49ers) 1,310

Ground yards

Player Yards
Jonathan Taylor (Colts) 1,811
Nick Chubb (Browns) 1,259
Joe Mixon (Bengals) 1,205
Najee Harris (Steelers) 1,200
Dalvin Cook (Vikings) 1,159
Receptions
Player Receptions
Cooper Kupp (Rams) 145
Davante Adams (Packers) 123
Tyreek Hill (Chiefs) 111
Justin jefferson 108
Keenan Allen (Chargers) 100

Field goals

Player Field goals
Dustin Hopkins (Chargers) 41
Daniel Carlson (Raiders) 40
Nick Folk (Patriots) 36
Chris Boswell (Steelers) 36
Justin Tucker (Ravens) 35

Defensive leaders

Tackles

Player Tackles
Denzel Perryman (Raiders) 95
De’Vondre Campbell (Packers) 88
Foye Oluokun (Falcons) 88
Roquan Smith (Bears) 85
CJ Mosley (Jets) 84
Interceptions
Player Interceptions
Trevon Diggs (Cowboys) eleven
JC Jackson (Patriots) 8
Amani Oruwariye (Lions) 6
Jordan Poyer (Bills) 5
Xavier McKinney (Giants) 5
Catches
Player Catches
TJ Watt (Steelers) 22.5
Robert Quinn (Bears) 18.5
Myles Garrett (Browns) 16.0
Nick Bosa (49ers) 15.5
Trey Hendrickson (Bengals) 14.0

Forced fumbles

Player Fumble
Darius Leonard (Colts) 8
Josh Norman (49ers) 7
Joey Bosa (Chargers) 6
Chandler Jones (Cardinals) 6
TJ Watt (Steelers) 5

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