Found October 11, 2012 on CJ Sports NFL Talk:
2012 NFL REGULAR SEASON STATS - TOP 10 PASSING: 1. Drew Brees (NO) 139/236│1,720Yds│58.9Pct│344.0Yds/G│14TD│6INT│90.7QBR 2. ELI MANNING (NYG)128/197│1,579Yds│65.0Pct│315.8Yds/G│10TD│5INT│96.0QBR 3. MATT RYAN (ATL) 136/199│1,507Yds│68.3Pct│301.4Yds/G│13TD│3INT│106.1QBR 4. PEYTON MANNING (DEN) 130/197│1,499Yds│66.0Pct│301.4Yds/G│11TD│3INT│101.0QBR 5. JOE FLACCO (BAL) 112/189│1,456Yds│61.2Pct│291.2Yds/G│7TD│4INT│89.9QBR 6. TOM BRADY (NE) 124/185│1,450Yds│67.0Pct│290.0Yds/G│8TD│1INT│102.8QBR 7. ANDY DALTON (CIN) 111/169│1,345Yds│65.7Pct│269.0Yds/G│9TD│6INT│92.9QBR 8. MICHAEL VICK (PHI) 108/185│1,321Yds│58.4Pct│264.2Yds/G│6TD│6INT│77.8QBR 9. AARON RODGERS (GB) 129/188│1,299Yds│68.8Pct│259.8Yds/G│10TD│4INT│96.9QBR 10. BRANDON WEEDEN (CLE) 112/202│1,288Yds│55.4Pct│257.6Yds/G│5TD│9INT│64.5QBR Original Story Here!
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