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Fantasy Points Scored-Cumulative

December 21, 2015
By The Associated Press

Fantasy Points cumulative leaders, using a standard scoring system. Top 12 scorers (plus ties) are shown for each position.

Through Week 15
Quarterbacks

1. Cam Newton, Carolina, 352.1

2. Tom Brady, New England, 334.3

3. Russell Wilson, Seattle, 304.7

4. Blake Bortles, Jacksonville, 300.1

5. Carson Palmer, Arizona, 298.1

6. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay, 286.7

7. Eli Manning, N.Y. Giants, 274.9

8. Philip Rivers, San Diego, 266.4

9. Ryan Fitzpatrick, N.Y. Jets, 263.8

10. Derek Carr, Oakland, 257.8

11. Kirk Cousins, Washington, 255.4

12. Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay, 251.8

Wide receivers

1. Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh, 223.4

2. Odell Beckham Jr., N.Y. Giants, 217.9

3. Julio Jones, Atlanta, 200.4

4. DeAndre Hopkins, Houston, 193.5

5. Allen Robinson, Jacksonville, 192.1

6. Brandon Marshall, N.Y. Jets, 188.1

7. Doug Baldwin, Seattle, 168.5

8. A.J. Green, Cincinnati, 166.6

9. Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona, 151.1

10. Eric Decker, N.Y. Jets, 151

11. Jarvis Landry, Miami, 146.7

12. Amari Cooper, Oakland, 139.1

Running backs

1. Devonta Freeman, Atlanta, 215

2. Adrian Peterson, Minnesota, 200.6

3. Doug Martin, Tampa Bay, 181

4. Todd Gurley, St. Louis, 172.4

5. Lamar Miller, Miami, 165.9

6. DeAngelo Williams, Pittsburgh, 164.2

7. Chris Ivory, N.Y. Jets, 160.4

8. David Johnson, Arizona, 155.2

9. Mark Ingram, New Orleans, 153.4

10. Jonathan Stewart, Carolina, 147.4

11. LeSean McCoy, Buffalo, 146.7

12. Danny Woodhead, San Diego, 146.1

Tight ends

1. Rob Gronkowski, New England, 173.2

2. Gary Barnidge, Cleveland, 147

3. Greg Olsen, Carolina, 144.8

4. Delanie Walker, Tennessee, 131.5

5. Tyler Eifert, Cincinnati, 128.4

6. Jordan Reed, Washington, 127.8

7. Travis Kelce, Kansas City, 106.2

8. Benjamin Watson, New Orleans, 93.2

9. Richard Rodgers, Green Bay, 90

10. Antonio Gates, San Diego, 82.5

11. Jason Witten, Dallas, 74.3

12. Julius Thomas, Jacksonville, 73.1

Kickers

1. Stephen Gostkowski, New England, 158

2. Graham Gano, Carolina, 146

3. Cairo Santos, Kansas City, 137

4. Chandler Catanzaro, Arizona, 135

5. Josh Brown, N.Y. Giants, 130

6. Steven Hauschka, Seattle, 125

7. (tie) Robbie Gould, Chicago; Justin Tucker, Baltimore, 123

9. (tie) Brandon McManus, Denver; Blair Walsh, Minnesota, 122

11. Dan Bailey, Dallas, 121

12. (tie) Mason Crosby, Green Bay; Mike Nugent, Cincinnati, 116

Defense

1. Denver, 163

2. Kansas City, 153

3. Carolina, 147

4. Arizona, 131

5. Seattle, 129

6. Cincinnati, 125

7. Pittsburgh, 122

8. New England, 119

9. St. Louis, 108

10. Green Bay, 106

11. Philadelphia, 105

12. (tie) Houston, N.Y. Jets, 100

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SCORING SYSTEM

OFFENSE: 1 point per 25 passing yards, 10 rushing yards or 10 receiving yards; 4 points per TD passing; 6 points per TD rushing, receiving or returned on a punt, kickoff or fumble recovery; 2 points per 2-point conversion; -1 point per interception; -2 points for fumble lost.

KICKING: 3 points per field goal 0-39 yards; 4 points per field goal 40-49 yards; 5 points per field goal 50-plus yards; 1 point per extra point.

DEFENSE: 1 point per sack; 2 points per interception, fumble recovery, safety or blocked kick; 6 points per TD on defense, kickoff and punt returns; 10 points per shutout; 7 points if 1-6 points allowed in game; 4 points if 7-13 points allowed in game; 1 point if 14-20 points allowed in game; 0 points if 21-27 points allowed in game; -1 point if 28-34 points allowed in game; -4 points if 35-plus points allowed in game.