NFL Subsequent Gen Stats offered a singular perspective on some of the most amazing performs of the 2018 season.

From the quickest time to document a sack (achieved by New Orleans Saints security Marcus Williams) to the quickest pace clocked by a ball service (San Francisco 49ers working again Matt Breida took the honors), the numbers went manner past the field scores.

Listed here are the 2018 regular-season leaders for a number of Subsequent Gen classes:

Quickest pace clocked throughout a TD: working again

No. 1. 21.91 mph: Saquon Barkley, New York Giants, 78-yard run, Week 14

Hello @Saquon…Bye @Saquon!!! 78 Yards!!!
WATCH IT AGAIN AND AGAIN!#ProBowlVote#ProBowlVote#ProBowlVote#ProBowlVote#ProBowlVote pic.twitter.com/V4pD0NpXrE

— New York Giants (@Giants) December 9, 2018

Quickest pace clocked throughout a TD catch: vast receiver

No. 1. 21.95 mph: Tyreek Hill, Kansas Metropolis Chiefs, 58-yard reception, Week 1

He is GONE. AGAIN!

You are actually not going to cease the @cheetah.

📺: CBS #ChiefsKingdom #Kickoff2018 pic.twitter.com/lz5ty7RMEV

— NFL (@NFL) September 9, 2018

Quickest pace clocked throughout a TD run: quarterback

No. 1. 21.03 mph: Jeff Driskell, Cincinnati Bengals, 27-yard run, Week 10

No. 2. 20.60 mph: Josh Allen, Buffalo Payments, 10-yard run, Week three

JOSH ALLEN WILL DO IT HIMSELF! 👀

📺: CBS #GoBills pic.twitter.com/hvyOlv1YsJ

— NFL (@NFL) September 23, 2018

  • No. three. 19.43 mph: Marcus Mariota, Tennessee Titans, 2-yard run, Week four

Quickest pace clocked throughout a TD catch: tight finish

No. 1. 21.44 mph: Vernon Davis, Washington Redskins, 53-yard reception, Week 12

Favourite Thanksgiving exercise: touchdowns in enemy territory. #WASvsDAL | #HTTR pic.twitter.com/tEYCQHe3Ty

— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) November 22, 2018

  • No. 2. 20.72 mph: Jonnu Smith, Tennessee Titans, 61-yard reception, Week 12

  • No. three. 20.39 mph: George Kittle, San Francisco 49ers, 85-yard reception, Week 14

Quickest pace clocked throughout a TD: defensive lineman

No. 1. 18.16 mph: Linval Joseph, Minnesota Vikings, 65-yard fumble restoration, Week 5

Who’s going to cease him, huh? pic.twitter.com/cWIfmb9mDq

— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) October 7, 2018

Quickest pace clocked throughout a TD: linebacker

No. 1. 20.09 mph: Bobby Wagner, Seattle Seahawks, 98-yard choose-six

Bobby Wagner wanted a nap after his 98-yard choose-six 💤

📺: FOX #SFvsSEApic.twitter.com/X1eAetc6gr

— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) December three, 2018

Quickest pace clocked throughout a TD: offensive lineman

No. 1. 12.97 mph: Taylor Decker, Detroit Lions, 11-yard reception, Week 13

TOUCHDOWN @__taylordecker!

*No, you didn’t learn that flawed. #OnePride pic.twitter.com/rKaA2RPKs9

— Detroit Lions (@Lions) December 2, 2018

Quickest pace clocked general by a ball service

1. 22.09 mph: Matt Breida, San Francisco 49ers, 33-yard run, Week 12

Matt Breida features 30+ on first down. Kyle Juszczyk with the large block to spring Breida. #SFvsTB pic.twitter.com/z3p7Bsoz5C

— Rob Lowder (@Rob_Lowder) November 25, 2018

  • No. 2. 22.07 mph: Dalvin Cook dinner, Minnesota Vikings, 70-yard rush, Week 9

  • No. three. 22.05 mph: Devin McCourty, New England Patriots, 84-yard choose-six, Week eight

Most air distance (level of launch to level of catch) on a accomplished move

No. 1. 63.9 yards: Josh Allen, Buffalo Payments, to Zay Jones, Week 2

No. 2. 63.eight yards: Baker Mayfield, Cleveland Browns, to Breshad Perriman, Week 14

WHAT. 😱

Mayfield finds Perriman for 66 yards!#CARvsCLE pic.twitter.com/wQquZGgedo

— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) December 9, 2018

Longest try was an incompletion that lined 68.zero yards by Patrick Mahomes, Kansas Metropolis Chiefs, to Tyreek Hill

Longest run for shortest achieve

1. 103.85 yards: Curtis Samuel, Carolina Panthers, 33-yard dashing TD, Week 9

Curtis Samuel gone on the double reverse 🏃‍♂️

📺: FOX #CARvsTBpic.twitter.com/RKcJHMci2Z

— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) November four, 2018

Most yards scrambled earlier than a TD move

1. 46.eight yards: Sam Darnold, New York Jets, to Robby Anderson, Week 14

Sam Darnold scrambled 46.eight yards earlier than discovering Robby Anderson in the finish zone for a 7-yard landing. It was the most scramble yards by a quarterback on any move try since #NextGenStats started monitoring scramble distance in 2016.#NYJvsBUF #Jets pic.twitter.com/8ivoXuPxK4

— Subsequent Gen Stats (@NextGenStats) December 9, 2018

Tightest window for a TD move

1. zero.15 yards: Case Keenum, Denver Broncos, to Jeff Heuerman, Week 9

THE LEAD‼️#BeatTheTexans pic.twitter.com/RvCqY8IBnz

— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) November four, 2018

Quickest to document a sack

1. 1.54 seconds: Marcus Williams, New Orleans Saints, of Matt Ryan, Week 12

FUMBLE in the purple zone!

What a play by @MarcusWilliams! #GoSaints

📺: #ATLvsNO on NBC pic.twitter.com/deJAK80oGC

— NFL (@NFL) November 23, 2018



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