It wouldn’t surprise anyone to learn that Tyreek Hill was clocked with the fastest max speed -- according to NFL's Next Gen Stats -- for a wide receiver during a touchdown reception this season.
But you might be surprised to learn who had the fastest overall clocking, and which quarterback recorded the fastest time. Using NFL's Next Gen Stats, we take a look at the fastest top speeds during touchdowns for each position this season, including the Week 13 additions at linebacker and offensive line.
WR: Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs, 21.95 mph
Play: 58-yard reception in Week 1 win over the Chargers.
DB/Overall: Devin McCourty, New England Patriots, 22.05 mph
Play: 84-yard interception return in Week 8 win in Buffalo.
QB: Jeff Driskel, Cincinnati Bengals, 21.03 mph
RB: Saquon Barkley, New York Giants, 21.91 mph
Play: 78-yard run in Week 14 win over the Redskins.
TE: Vernon Davis, Washington Redskins, 21.44 mph
Play: 53-yard reception in Week 12 loss to the Cowboys.
DL: Linval Joseph, Minnesota Vikings, 18.16 mph
Play: 65-yard fumble return in Week 5 win over the Eagles.
Who's going to stop him, huh? pic.twitter.com/cWIfmb9mDq— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) October 7, 2018
LB: Bobby Wagner, Seattle Seahawks, 20.09 mph
Play: 98-yard interception return in Sunday's win over the 49ers.
OL: Taylor Decker, Detroit Lions, 12.97 mph
Play: 11-yard reception in Sunday's loss to the Rams.