NFL Top 5 League Leaders: Passing Yards

NFL has announced their Top 5 league leaders of Passing Yards. Here is the list of Players who made the season magnificent with Passing skills.

Tom Brady

Forty-four years young and two years into his stay in Tampa Bay, Tom Brady continues to rewrite record books and stack up milestones. Brady hit 5,000 yards for the second time in his career, roughly 10 years after he first did it with the New England Patriots in his age-34 season of 2011.

Justin Herbert

Following the best rookie season by an NFL quarterback, many expected Justin Herbert to experience one of those infamous sophomore slumps which a handful of signal-callers have endured before. Herbert finished Year 2 with a 65.9 completion percentage, 5,014 passing yards, 38 touchdown passes to 15 interceptions, 302 rushing yards, and three rushing touchdowns.

Matthew Stafford

Matthew Stafford was magnificent this season, and with 4886 passing yards, he secured himself at no.3 in Leaderboard.

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Patrick Mahomes

The Charming Quarterback of Kansas City proved himself one of the best when it comes about passing. With 4839 Passing Yards, Patrick Mahomes secured himself in the Leaderboard.

Derek Carr

After a tempestuous season filled with so many off-field debacles, Carr was able to lead the Raiders into the postseason. It was a campaign that saw Carr end the regular season with 4,804 passing yards, good for fifth in the NFL.

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