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        On this edition of ESPNEWS It's the 1st quarter of the season so that's means it's time for JD's 1st Quarter All Pro Team! The Youth Movement is underway as the League has begun the transition from the stars you used to know, to the young Guns taking up all the air time on ESPN! There are 3 undefeated teams early on such as the Kansas City Chiefs, so it's no surprise to See Patrick Mahomes, and MeCole Hardman On that list. However the leagues reigning MVP Baker Mayfield is on pace to break his All time record of 81 touchdown Passes a year ago, and after his Primetime performance earlier in the week it's no wonder why. The Packers are a league best 5-0, and with their offense nearly unstoppable they could be in line for a Deep playoff run. Be Careful however as you win, the Magnifying glass gets focused in on you, and there have already been some rumblings. The Running Backs are lead by Chargers breakout player Jerrion Ealy who leads the league in rushing at the moment. However Jermar Jefferson with 30 fewer carries is right on his heels. The Giants have Darius Slayton leading the the Roost, but if they are a team lead with the run. Look for Saquon to get more carries, and Slaytons Catching totals to drop.

  In the AFC North it has officially become a dog fight as the Ravens, Bengals, and the Steelers all have only 1 loss and a healthy dislike for one another. Bodes well for a Rivalry that should last for an EON. In the AFC South The Colts and Texans are tied, with the Tennessee Titans headcoach shaming himself quitting a game in progress, then fell on the sword retiring from the league. The Jaguars are struggling mightily, but it's still early. The AFC East is being won by the Patriots at 4-1, however the Bills and Jets look like they may put up some resistance this year. In the West it's a 3 way race between the Chiefs, Chargers, and Raiders, with the Broncos having finally got 1 win under their belt. With their offense if they can get any defense, the Broncos could be the next big thing.

    In the NFC North the Packers are lead, but the Vikings are only a game behind, and the Bears are a 4 time Super Bowl Champ so to see them at 1-3 is a little surprising. The Lions have been in flux, but they have a good young core, and are building. The South has become the New North with so much change, with only the constant being The New Orleans Saints. The Buccaneers just landed a new headcoach, will he be able to compete? The Panthers are in the process of interviewing a replacement with the sudden retirement of Anthonyisfat69, and the Falcons headcoach ChampagnePapi is too busy with his unattainable music career to put up any sort of resistance. The NFC East is being run by the Redskins early, however the Cowboys, and Giants both have incredible teams, and good users. They just have to string some wins together, and any kind of lull by the Redskins could spell disaster. Finally in the NFC West the Cardinals are on top with a 3-1 recordd. Coach JBOC27 left a huge power Vacuum, but the League never misses a beat. Coach Dino took over the Rams, and got their first win under their belt, with many more in sight. The Niners at 2-3 is a 2 time Super Bowl Champ, but with Marriage, child birth, and a full time Job, no Super Bowls can be seen for the forseeable Future. and.



Player Completetion % Yards Touchdowns QBR
Baker Mayfield - Packers 61% 1991 23 128.6
Joe Burreaux - Saints 65% 1114 15 127.4
Pat Mahomes - Chiefs 82% 1133 9 156.2
Jake Fromm - Patriots 65% 1745 13 96.2
Dwayne Haskins Jr. - Jets 65% 1054 11 94.0

Honorable Mentions

  • Johnny Manziel - Denver Broncos
  • Jacob Burreaux - Cincinatti Bengals



Running Backs

Player Attempts Yards Touchdowns YPC
Jerrion Ealy - Chargers 104 822 9 7.9
Jermar Jefferson - Packers 68 628 10 9.2
Lamar Jackson - Ravens 22 288 4 13.1
Isaiah Spiller - Cardinals 82 621 7 7.6
Saquon Barkley - Giants 75 458 7 6.1

Honorable Mentions

  • Alvin Kamara - New Orleans Saints
  • Reginald Bush - Denver Broncos


Wide Receivers

Player Receptions Yards Touchdowns YPC
Darius Slayton - Giants 31 566 7 18.3
Jameson Williams - Packers 21 759 7 36.1
Norman Young - Saints 27 410 10 25.2
JuJu Smith-Schuster - Chargers 23 464 6 20.2
John Ross III - Dolphins 19 552 6 29.1

Honorable Mentions

  • D.J. Moore - Cincinatti Bengals
  • Mecole Hardman - Kansas City Chiefs





Team Statistics: In the NFL the teams with the best stats normally have the best seasons. This year is no different. It takes every aspect of a team to win games, and while you can have one do well and not the other  over a full season it will show and prove in your final win loss record. So far the tops in the league are those we are about to show here. Let's take a look.



Offensive Yards Rush Yards Pass Yards
2548 889 1869
Defensive Yards  Defensive Sacks Defensive Interceptions
823 30 21


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