2018 NFL PRESEASON INDIVIDUAL & TEAM STATISTICAL LEADERS

2018 NFL PRESEASON INDIVIDUAL & TEAM STATISTICAL LEADERS

Listed below are the final individual and team preseason leaders in the AFC and NFC.

Rookie running back CHRIS WARREN of the Oakland Raiders was the NFL preseason rushing leader with 292 rushing yards. Rookie wide receiver JAVON WIMS of the Chicago Bears led the league in receiving yards with 227. The leading passer was Cincinnati Bengals quarterback ANDY DALTON with a 130.9 passer rating.

The Carolina Panthers finished the 2018 preseason with the top-ranked offense, averaging 373.3 yards per game. The New Orleans Saints led the league in total defense, allowing 216 yards per game on average.

​2018 NFL PRESEASON LEADERS

 

Individual Team

 

Touchdowns 4 tied, AFC 3 Total Offense Carolina, NFC 373.3
  2 tied, NFC 3 Cincinnati, AFC 364.5
       
Rushing Yards Warren, Oak., AFC (R) 292   Points Baltimore, AFC 127
  Nall, Chi., NFC (R) 223   Chicago, NFC 121
 
Rushing TDs 2 tied, AFC 3   Rushing Yds. Baltimore, AFC 159.0
  Kelly, LAR, NFC (R) 3 Per Game New Orleans, NFC 155.0
 
Longest Run Etling, NE, AFC (R) 86t Rushing TDs New Orleans, NFC 8
from Scrimmage McCaffrey, Car., NFC 71t Jacksonville, AFC 7
 
Passer Rating Dalton, Cin., AFC 130.9 Pass Attempts Chicago, NFC 189
  Winston, TB, NFC 126.9 Miami, AFC 165
   
Passing Yards Bray, Chi., NFC 652   Completions Chicago, NFC 121
  Mayfield, Cle., AFC (R) 501 Miami, AFC 106
 
Passing TDs 3 tied, NFC 5 Passing Yards Tampa Bay, NFC 284.5
  4 tied, AFC 4   Per Game Kansas City, AFC 274.0
 
Receptions 3 tied, NFC 16 Passing TDs Pittsburgh, AFC 9
Hill, KC, AFC 14 Green Bay, NFC 8
 
Receiving Yards Wims, Chi., NFC (R) 227   Fewest Sacks Cincinnati, AFC 3
  Hill, KC, AFC 182   Allowed 3 tied, NFC 6
 
Receiving TDs Hatcher, Oak., AFC 3 Most 2-Point New Orleans, NFC 3
  Frazier, Car., Car 3   Conversions 2 tied, AFC 3
   
Longest Rec. Kumerow, GB, NFC 82t Total Defense New Orleans, NFC 216.0
Smith-Schuster, Pit., AFC 71t Baltimore, AFC 265.0
Punt Return McKenzie, Den., AFC 19.8   Pts. Allowed/Game Cleveland, AFC 11.5
Average Powell, Det., NFC (R) 15.7     New Orleans, NFC 11.8
 
Kickoff Return Tate, NO, NFC 33.0   Rushing Yds. Tennessee, AFC 77.5
Average Langley, Den., AFC 27.7   Allowed/Game New Orleans, NFC 79.3
 
Punting Average Koch, Bal., AFC 51.6   Rushing TDs 2 tied, AFC 0
  Martin, Det., NFC 51.2 Allowed Philadelphia, NFC 1
 
Points Parkey, Chi., NFC 37   Passing Yards New Orleans, NFC 136.8
  2 tied, AFC 35 Allowed/Game Jacksonville, AFC 156.0
   
Field Goals 2 tied, AFC 9 Passing TDs 2 tied, AFC 1
  Parkey, Chi., NFC 8 Allowed 3 tied, NFC 2
   
Interceptions 4 tied, AFC 2 Interceptions Baltimore, AFC 9
  3 tied, NFC 2   Arizona, NFC 7
   
Sacks Ridgeway, Ind., AFC 4 Sacks Baltimore, AFC 21
2 tied, NFC 4 Chicago, NFC 20

*(R) – Rookie

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