Three Pats among league leaders in various categories.

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    Three Pats among league leaders in various categories.

    Not much of a stat guy, but its funny too see three Pats among six league leaders in various category!


    League Leaders - Offense

    Passing Yards Complete List
    1.  Tom Brady NE 2163
    2.  Drew Brees NO 2152
    3.  Aaron Rodgers GB 2031
    4.  Cam Newton CAR 1847
    5.  Eli Manning NYG 1778
    Rushing Yards Complete List
    1.  Darren McFadden OAK 610
    2.  Fred Jackson BUF 601
    3.  Maurice Jones-Drew JAC 572
    4.  LeSean McCoy PHI 569
    5.  Frank Gore SF 541
    Receiving Yards Complete List
    1.  Wes Welker NE 785
    2.  Steve Smith CAR 675
    3.  Jimmy Graham NO 620
    4.  Mike Wallace PIT 612
    5.  Calvin Johnson DET 564

    League Leaders - Defense

    Tackles Complete List
    1.  Pat Angerer IND 73
    2.  Kavell Conner IND 58
    3.  Desmond Bishop GB 57
    4.  George Wilson BUF 57
    5.  NaVorro Bowman SF 56
    Sacks Complete List
    1.  Jared Allen MIN 9.5
    2.  Jason Pierre-Paul NYG 7.5
    3.  Jason Babin PHI 7.0
    4.  DeMarcus Ware DAL 7.0
    5.  Aldon Smith SF 5.5
    Interceptions Complete List
    1.  Kyle Arrington NE 4
    2.  Morgan Burnett GB 3
    3.  Kurt Coleman PHI 3
    4.  Antonio Cromartie NYJ 3
    5.  Thomas DeCoud ATL 3
     
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    Re: Three Pats among league leaders in various categories.

    Kyle Arrington leads the league in INTs?! That's a nice surprise. At this rate, Arrington may end up with more picks than McCourty had last year. 

    If that happens, hopefully we won't make Arrington defensive captain next year and match him up 1-on-1 against Vincent Jackson, haha.

    I'm being mean, sorry Devin, hope you get well soon.
     
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    Re: Three Pats among league leaders in various categories.

    I can see Brady falling behind in passing yards as the Pats do not rely on him as the Saints on Brees.  He had a VERY hot start and has since settled in the "don't lose the game" passing trends.  He'll lead, possibly, in ratings, TD passes, % completions, but not yardage.  Brady is into WINS and not stats.  Look at the Jets game and the running plays to get the TD's versus passing.
     
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    Re: Three Pats among league leaders in various categories.

    What a shame Big Vince couldn't hold on to that potential INT yesterday - would be hilarious to see him on that list!
     
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    Re: Three Pats among league leaders in various categories.

    In Response to Re: Three Pats among league leaders in various categories.:
    What a shame Big Vince couldn't hold on to that potential INT yesterday - would be hilarious to see him on that list!
    Posted by PatsFanUK

    I believe a Dallas player knocked the ball down before Vince could grab it. Big guy needs to work on his quickness.
     
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    In Response to Re: Three Pats among league leaders in various categories.:
    In Response to Re: Three Pats among league leaders in various categories. : I believe a Dallas player knocked the ball down before Vince could grab it. Big guy needs to work on his quickness.
    Posted by Angel-of-Light

    Lol, he needs to drop like 150 lbs and become a shutdown corner!
     
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    Re: Three Pats among league leaders in various categories.

    I believe a Dallas player knocked the ball down before Vince could grab it. Big guy needs to work on his quickness.
    Posted by Angel-of-Light

    Yes, a Dallas player knocked the ball out of Vince's hands but after the game Vince said he didn't see the ball right away, otherwise he might have been able to make a better play on it.
     
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