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Final 2010 NFL Pre-Season Stats

Official NFL Release

2010 NFL PRESEASON INDIVIDUAL & TEAM STATISTICAL LEADERS

NFL preseason statistical leaders were tracked in 2010 by the Elias Sports Bureau, official statisticians of the NFL.

Listed below are the final preseason leaders in the American and National Football Conferences. Rookie running back ANTHONY DIXON of the San Francisco 49ers was the NFL preseason rushing leader with 300 rushing yards. Rookie wide receiver VICTOR CRUZ of the New York Giants led the league in receiving yards with 297. The leading passer was Green Bay Packers quarterback AARON RODGERS with a 141.2 rating.

The Packers finished the 2010 preseason with the top-ranked offense, averaging 406.0 yards per game. The Carolina Panthers led the league in defense with a 206.8 yards-per-game average.

2010 NFL PRESEASON LEADERS

Individual

Team

Touchdowns

(R) Gronkowski, NE, AFC

4

Total Offense

Green Bay, NFC

406.0

Two tied, NFC

4

Houston, AFC

361.3

Rushing Yards

(R) Dixon, SF, NFC

300

Points

Green Bay, NFC

123

Bennett, Oak., AFC

236

Cincinnati, AFC

112

Rushing TDs

(R) Dixon, SF, NFC

4

Rushing Yds.

Pittsburgh, AFC

155.3

Three tied, AFC

3

Per Game

San Francisco, NFC

129.0

Longest run

Peerman, Cin., AFC

93T

Rushing TDs

Tennessee, AFC

7

from scrimmage

Forté, Chi., NFC

89T

Three tied, NFC

5

Passer Rating

Rodgers, GB, NFC

141.2

Pass Attempts

Dallas, NFC

188

Brady, NE, AFC

128.4

Cincinnati, AFC

171

Passing Yards

Whitehurst, Sea., NFC

635

Completions

Dallas, NFC

113

McCown, Jax., AFC

511

Cincinnati, AFC

106

Passing TDs

Rodgers, GB, NFC

6

Passing Yards

Green Bay, NFC

296.0

Two tied, AFC

5

Per Game

Houston, AFC

256.3

Receptions

(R) Decker, Den., AFC

16

Passing TDs

Green Bay, NFC

8

Two tied, NFC

15

Two tied, AFC

8

Receiving Yards

(R) Cruz, NYG, NFC

297

Fewest Sacks

Atlanta, NFC

1

Willis, Den., AFC

263

Allowed

Houston, AFC

4

Receiving TDs

(R) Cruz, NYG, NFC

4

Most 2-point

Many tied, AFC

1

(R) Gronkowski, NE, AFC

4

Conversions

Many tied, NFC

1

Longest Rec.

Swain, GB, NFC

77

Total Defense

Carolina, NFC

206.8

Murphy, Oak., AFC

74T

Pittsburgh, AFC

239.5







Punt Return

(R) Adams, SF, NFC

25.8

Pts. Allowed

Baltimore, AFC

13.0

Average

(R) Williams, SD, AFC

24.0

Carolina, NFC

13.0

Kickoff Return

Tate, NE, AFC

44.0

Rushing Yds.

Minnesota, NFC

59.8

Average

(R) Goodson, Car., NFC

38.7

Allowed/Game

Tennessee, AFC

71.5

Punting Average

Baker, Car., NFC

51.2

Rushing TDs

Two tied, AFC

0

Colquitt, Den., AFC

50.9

Allowed

Two tied, NFC

1

Points

Akers, Phi., NFC

38

Passing Yards

Carolina, NFC

114.3

Two tied, AFC

35

Allowed/Game

Pittsburgh, AFC

137.5

Field Goals

Akers, Phi., NFC

11

Passing TDs

Pittsburgh, AFC

2

Two tied, AFC

9

Allowed

Three tied, NFC

2

Interceptions

Trent, Cin., AFC

3

Interceptions

Three tied, NFC

7

Many tied, NFC

2

Three tied, AFC

5

Sacks

(R) Atkins, Cin., AFC

4.5

Sacks

Carolina, NFC

19

(R) Butler, Dal., NFC

4.0

Two tied, AFC

15