Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Guess who led the NFL in drops?
By Pat Yasinskas
The regular season is over and Roddy White ran away with the league lead in dropped passes.
The Atlanta receiver dropped two passes in Sunday’s victory against Tampa Bay. That gives White 14 drops for the season, according to ESPN Stats & Information. White’s closest competitor was Cleveland’s Greg Little, who finished with 11 drops.
Tampa Bay’s Mike Williams finished third in the league with eight drops. New Orleans tight end Jimmy Graham was tied for No. 15 with six drops.
The Buccaneers and Falcons tied for No. 6 in the league with 29 drops. The Saints were No. 12 with 25 drops. The Carolina Panthers tied for No. 30 with only 15 drops.