Elliott has grown more active in the passing game as his NFL career has evolved. He has 77 receptions for 567 yards and three touchdowns in 2018. Barkley has 91 catches and over 700 yards receiving that season. Last year, Elliott appeared in all 16 games and had 54 receptions for 420 yards. He also threw a touchdown pass.
Barkley won the Heisman Trophy in 2016 while playing for the Barkley-esent football team at Penn State. He was drafted second by the New York Giants and played only two seasons before getting hurt. Elliott was drafted fifth by the Cowboys and is still going strong after two years in the league.
They are both great players who have excelled throughout their careers. It's hard to say which one is better because they are almost equal. They are both outside receivers who can play any position except quarterback.
AS A PASSER, VICK Vick's success as a passer skyrocketed once he joined the Eagles. Despite all of his triumphs and highlights with Atlanta, he was not a terrific drop-back quarterback. He never passed for more over 3,000 yards in a single season with the Falcons. He only threw for 20 touchdowns once. However, with Andy Reid as his coach and Donovan McNabb playing next to him, Vick turned into one of the best quarterbacks in football history.
By the time he reached Philadelphia, Vick had already established himself as a winner who could manage an offense and lead his team down the field on game-winning drives. Under Reid, he continued to improve as a passer and earned multiple Pro Bowl selections during his five seasons in Philadelphia. In 2011, when McNabb went down with an injury, Vick led the Eagles to the playoffs by throwing for 2,987 yards while completing 62 percent of his passes.
Vick's arm is considered one of the strongest in football, but he also uses his legs to escape pressure or extend plays. He has 5,027 career passing yards, which is third all-time behind Aaron Rodgers (6,476) and Peyton Manning (7,025).
Vick has 80 touchdown passes and 30 interceptions in his career. He has won two MVP awards and one Super Bowl title with the Eagles.
After eight seasons with Atlanta and two with Philadelphia, Vick has played in the NFL for 16 years.
Baker Mayfield explains why Patrick Mahomes is considered one of the top quarterbacks in the NFL. Mayfield defeated Mahomes in a Big-12 battle five years ago, throwing for 545 yards and seven touchdowns to Mahomes' 734 yards and five touchdowns. The two will meet again this season with the 2017 NFL Draft pick serving as the Browns starter while Mahomes serves a four-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy.
Mahomes is considered one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL because of his ability to make every throw on the field and his mastery of the quick game. He has the speed to escape pressure if it develops and he has the arm strength to make all types of throws. Teams also like his work ethic; after losing three games by a total of only nine points over his first two seasons, Mahomes is proving he can lead an offense and be successful even when given less-than-optimal circumstances.
Mayfield has the same type of skills as Mahomes but he is not seen as great because of how young he is. At 26 years old, Mayfield has already been through three full seasons starting at Oklahoma and being expected to lead an NFL team. Despite missing most of 2016 with a shoulder injury, Mayfield still managed to have a strong year leading the Browns on their way to becoming one of the worst teams in football. He showed he is capable of playing at a high level even when hurt.
Brady has the most touchdown passes in NFL history, with 581. He has the second-most career throwing yards (79,204). He also has a career passer rating of 97.3, which is fifth all-time. At 108.7, Mahomes has the greatest all-time passing rating in NFL history.
In addition to being one of the best quarterbacks of all time, Brady is also one of the most successful postseason players ever. He has three Super Bowl victories during his career and has never lost a playoff game. Out of the four times he has been eligible for the MVP award, he has won three awards. In 2001, he was voted the league's top player after leading New England to its first undefeated season at 15-0.
Brady will be going for his fourth championship appearance this year as the Patriots take on the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game. If he wins that game too, he will have gone undefeated in the playoffs for five consecutive years from 2000 to 2005. That is an NFL record.
Mahomes is coming off of his own record-breaking performance against Denver last week. The rookie quarterback led the Chiefs to a 46-point outburst in their wild card round win over the Broncos, becoming the first quarterback in NFL history to throw for 500 yards while completing 70 percent of his passes. He also became the first player in NFL history to have multiple games with at least four touchdowns and no interceptions.
Allen has regular-season bragging rights, but Mahomes has been superior in terms of scoring throws, leading the NFL with seven touchdown passes of 40 yards or more since 2018. Allen is tied for 18th in the league with one touchdown on such throws.
In the playoffs, however, it's hard to compare these two stars since they've only had one meeting so far. But considering how dominant Mahomes has been throughout his career, we can probably expect another great game from him in the AFC Championship.
Terrell Owens has 1,078 catches to Randy Moss' 954. Owens also has a few more receiving yards than Moss, at 15,934 to 14,858. Moss has a tiny lead in yards per reception (15.6 vs. 14.9).
However, what really sets Owens apart from everyone else is his record-breaking touchdown tally. He's thrown 100 or more balls seven times, and has scored at least one touchdown every year of his career except for 2003 when he missed the entire season due to suspension. Meanwhile, Moss has only reached the century mark three times, and never had more than 10 touchdowns until this past season when he had 13.
So basically, it comes down to talent. If you ask me, there's no doubt that Moss is the more talented player of the two. However, I think we can all agree that Owens has been much better over the course of their careers. He's got the edge.
Ability to run With his straight, balanced technique, he has the pace to go to the outside and hit the hole quickly. As a result, he is a big-play danger. Coleman has seven 30-yard or longer touchdowns in his career, including five as a rusher. Coleman is rather large and has a lot of power. He averages 4.58 seconds per carry, which is second among running backs with at least 100 attempts over the last three years.
Coleman was born on January 4th, 1992 in Stone Mountain, Georgia. He grew up in Conyers, Georgia and attended Conejo Valley High School, where he played football for Mike Norvell. As a senior, he had 1,977 yards and 28 touchdowns on 273 carries (7.88 avg.) while catching 20 passes for 250 more yards (12.6 avg.). After high school, he ran a 4.53 40-yard dash and had a 37.5 vertical jump at the 2012 NFL Combine.
He committed to the University of Oregon to play college football. However, after visiting several schools across the country, he ended up signing with the Atlanta Falcons as a running back. During his only season with the Falcons, he started eight games before suffering a torn meniscus injury that required surgery. After recovering from the injury, he entered the 2017 NFL Draft. The New York Jets selected him with their first pick in the draft.