Passer Rating: Drew Brees (NO) - 128.7 Eli Manning (NYG) - 124.2 Josh Freeman (JAC) - 119.4 Peyton Manning (DEN) - 114.7 Tony Romo (DAL) - 114.6 Passing Yards: Tom Brady (NE) - 4,789 Eli Manning (NYG) - 4,734 Geno Smith (NYJ) - 4,489 Drew Brees (NO) - 4,239 Tony Romo (DAL) - 3,931 Passing TD's: Drew Brees (NO) - 44 Eli Manning (NYG) - 42 Geno Smith (NYJ) - 40 Tom Brady (NE) - 39 Josh Freeman (JAC) - 38 Rush Attempts: LeSean McCoy (PHI) - 271 Doug Martin (TB) - 259 Adrian Peterson (MIN) - 253 Montee Ball (DEN) - 253 Doug Wilson (NYG) - 238 Rushing Yards: LeSean McCoy (PHI) - 2,135 Lamar Miller (MIA) - 2,076 Chris Johnson (TEN) - 1,844 Adrian Peterson (MIN) - 1,807 Montee Ball (DEN) - 1,736 Rushing TD's: LeSean McCoy (PHI) - 23 Lamar Miller (MIA) - 21 Adrian Peterson (MIN) - 20 Marshawn Lynch (SEA) - 20 Montee Ball (DEN) - 17 Receptions: Victor Cruz (NYG) -82 Rob Gronkowski (NE) - 80 Calvin Johnson (DET) - 77 Matt Forte (CHI) - 75 Jared Cook (STL) - 73 Hakeem Nicks (NYG) - 73 Receiving Yards: Victor Cruz (NYG) - 1,694 Vincent Jackson (TB) - 1,523 Jared Cook (STL) - 1,451 Hakeem Nicks (NYG) - 1,374 Percy Harvin (SEA) - 1,303 Receiving TD's: Victor Cruz (NYG) - 19 Vincent Jackson (TB) - 15 Ryan Swope (ARI) - 13 Danny Amendola (NE) - 11 Lance Moore (NE) - 11 Justin Blackmon (JAC) - 11 Demetrius Thomas (DEN) - 11 Tackles: Lavonte David (TB) - 90 Luke Kuechly (CAR) - 83 Brandon Spikes (NE) - 81 Bobby Wagner (SEA) - 80 Akeem Dent (ATL) - 80 Sacks: Cliff Avril (SEA) - 11 Michael Johnson (CIN) - 9 Charles Johnson (CAR) - 9 Jason Pierre-Paul (NYG) - 9 Jason Jones (DET) - 9 Interceptions: Bradley Fletcher (PHI) - 7 Cortez Allen (PIT) - 6 Cooper Taylor (NYG) - 6 Cary Williams (PHI) - 6 Xavier Rhodes (MIN) - 5 Earl Thomas (SEA) - 5 DeMeco Ryans (PHI) - 5 Cortlant Finnegan (STL) - 5 Philip Wheeler (MIA) - 5 Alfonzo Dennard (NE) - 5 Team Rankings: Offense New York Giants - 6,621 Carolina Panthers - 6,206 New England Patriots - 6,043 New York Jets - 6,031 San Francisco 49ers - 5,893 Philadelphia Eagles - 5,819 Denver Broncos - 5,718 Jacksonville Jaguars - 5,668 Seattle Seahawks - 5,664 New Orleans Saints - 5,608 Team Rankings: Defense Dallas Cowboys - 3,965 Pittsburgh Steelers - 4,025 Green Bay Packers - 4,101 Chicago Bears - 4,178 Cincinnati Bengals - 4,576 Detroit Lions - 4,652 Buffalo Bills - 4,746 Jacksonville Jaguars - 4,769 Denver Broncos - 4,845 San Francisco 49ers - 4,889 Notable Record Breakers: - Saints quarterback Drew Brees moved into 5th place in passing yards in NFL history, passing Fran Tarkenton and Warren Moon. Patriots QB Tom Brady also moved ahead of those two into 6th place all-time, just 563 yards behind Brees. - Drew Brees also surpassed Tarkenton in career passing touchdowns, moving into 5th place with 368., five behind Brady who sits in fourth place all-time. - Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez moved into 6th place all-time in receiving yards, passing Marvin Harrison. - Colts WR Reggie Wayne vaulted into 7th place with 1,035 receptions in his career. He has chosen to retire. - Texas safety Ed Reed snatched two more interceptions in 2013 to slide passed Dick LeBeau and Dave Brown to move into 8th place all-time. - Matt Schaub threw for the third most yards in an NFL game with 527 yards. - Patriots QB Tom Brady tossed 6 touchdowns, one away from tying the NFL record for passing TD's in a game. - Tampa Bay HB Doug Martin scampered for 4 TD's, one short of the NFL record. - Andre Johnson's 273 yards was good enough to place him 9th all time for receiving yards in a game. - 49ers DE Aldon Smith racked up 5 sacks in a game, the third highest total in NFL history. - Saints QB Drew Brees' 44 touchdown season goes down as the fourth most in an NFL season. - Eli Manning's 42 touchdown passes for the Giants places him 9th best for a QB in a season. - Eagles HB LeSean McCoy broke Eric Dickerson's record for most rushing yards in an NFL season with a spectacular 2,136 yards. He also moved into 6th all time with his 23 rushing TD's. - Miami's Lamar Miller ran for 2,076 yards to give him the fourth best rushing total in a season. - WR Victor Cruz had the 7th most receiving yards in a season with his 1,694 for the G-Men. His 23 touchdowns place him 3rd all time in a season.