Oct 03

Récords Individuales NFL

This is a list of records set by individual players in various categories in the National Football League. Unless explicitly noted, all records and statistics listed here include only regular season performances.

Service[.]

  • Most seasons: 26, George Blanda 1949–1958, 1960–1975[1]:544
  • Most seasons, one team: 21, Jason Hanson 1992–2012[1]:544
  • Most games played, career: 382, Morten Andersen 1982–2007[2]
  • Most consecutive games played, career: 352, Jeff Feagles 1989–2009[1]:544
  • Most games played, one team: 327, Jason Hanson 1992–2012[1]:544[3]

Scoring[.]

  • Most seasons leading league: 5, Don Hutson, 1940–1944; Gino Cappelletti, 1961, 1963–1966; Stephen Gostkowski, 2008, 2012–2015[1]:544[4]
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league: 5, Don Hutson, 1940–1944[1]:544[4]
  • Most points scored, career: 2,544, Morten Andersen, 1983–2004, 2006–2007[1]:544[5]
  • Most points scored, season: 186, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006[1]:544[6]
  • Highest average points per game scored, career: 8.75, Stephen Gostkowski (1,330 Points/152 Games), 2006–2015
  • Highest average points per game scored, season: 14.67, Paul Hornung (176 Points/12 Games), 1960
  • Most points scored, season, no touchdowns: 166, David Akers, 2011[1]:544[6]
  • Most points scored, game, no touchdowns: 26, Rob Bironas on October 21, 2007[7]
  • Most seasons, 100 or more points: 18, Adam Vinatieri, 1996–2008, 2010, 2012–2015[1]:544[8]
  • Most points, season, rookie: 150, Cody Parkey, 2014[1]:544[9]
  • Most points, game: 40, Ernie Nevers, November 28, 1929[1]:544
  • Most consecutive games scoring: 360, Morten Andersen 1983–2004, 2006–2007[1]:544
  • Most consecutive quarters scoring: 38, Stephen Gostkowski Sep 10, 2015-Nov 23, 2015

Touchdowns[.]

Note: this section applies to touchdowns scored running, receiving, or returning. Passing touchdowns are listed separately.

  • Most seasons leading league touchdowns: 8, Don Hutson, 1935–1938, 1941–1944[1]:544[10]
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league touchdowns: 4, Don Hutson, 1935–1938, 1941–1944[1]:544[10]
  • Most touchdowns, career: 208, Jerry Rice, 1985–2004[1]:545[11]
  • Most touchdowns, season: 31, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006[1]:545[12]
  • Most touchdowns, rookie season: 22, Gale Sayers, 1965 [1]:545
  • Most touchdowns, game: 6, Ernie Nevers November 28, 1929; Dub Jones November 25, 1951; Gale Sayers December 12, 1965[1]:545
  • Most consecutive games touchdown: 18, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2004–05; Lenny Moore, 1963–65[1]:545

Points after touchdown[.]

  • Most seasons leading league: 8, George Blanda, 1956, 1961–62, 1967–69, 1972, 1974[1]:s-2
  • Most kicking attempts, career: 959, George Blanda, 1949–1976[13]
  • Most kicking attempts, season: 75, Matt Prater, 2013[14]
  • Most kicking attempted, game: 10, Charlie Gogolak on November 27, 1966[15]
  • Most kicking made, career: 943, George Blanda, 1949–1976[16]
  • Most kicking made, season: 75, Matt Prater, 2013[17]
  • Most kicking made, rookie season: 60, Doug Brien, 1994[18]
  • Most kicking made, game: 9, Pat Harder on October 17, 1948,[1]:s-2 Bob Waterfield on October 22, 1950 and Charlie Gogolak on November 27, 1966[19]
  • Most kicking made no misses, season: 75, Matt Prater, 2013[20]
  • Most kicking made no misses, rookie season: 54, Cody Parkey, 2014[21]
  • Most kicking made no misses, game: 9, Pat Harder on October 17, 1948 and Bob Waterfield on October 22, 1950[1]:s-3
  • Most kicking made, half: 7, Jan Stenerud; October 2, 1983
  • Most kicking made, quarter (including playoffs): 5, Stephen Gostkowski November 22, 2012, October 18, 2009; Ali Haji-Sheikh January 31, 1988; Jan Stenerud October 2, 1983; Don Chandler November 12, 1967; Pat Harder October 24, 1948; Don Hutson October 7, 1945
  • Most consecutive kicking made: 465, Stephen Gostkowski; 2006–present[22]
  • Most consecutive kicking made (including playoffs): 523, Stephen Gostkowski; December 31, 2006 – January 16, 2016[23]
  • Most consecutive kicking made to start a career: 321, Rian Lindell; October 5, 2000 – November 7, 2010
  • Highest percentage kicking made career (minimum 200 attempts): 100.0, Dan Bailey, (205/205) 2011–2016[24]
  • Most two point conversions, career: 7, Marshall Faulk, 1994–2005[1]:s-3[25]
  • Most two point conversions, season: 4, Todd Heap, 2003[1]:s-3[26]
  • Most two point conversions, rookie season: 3, Gino Cappelletti, 1960[27]
  • Most two point conversions game: 2, by 10 players, most recently Lance Moore on September 25, 2011[1]:s-3

Field goals[.]

  • Most seasons leading league: 5, Lou Groza, 1950, 1952–1954, 1957[28]
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league: 3, Lou Groza, 1952–1954[28]
  • Most field goals attempted, career: 709, Morten Andersen, 1982–2004, 2006–2007[29]
  • Most field goals attempted, season: 52, David Akers, 2011[30]
  • Most field goals attempted, rookie season: 48, Chester Marcol, 1972[31]
  • Most field goals missed, season: 26, Paul Hornung, 1964
  • Most field goals missed, career: 304, George Blanda, 1949–1976
  • Most field goals attempted, game: 9, Jim Bakken on September 24, 1967[32]
  • Most field goals made, career: 565, Morten Andersen, 1982–2004; 2006–2007[33]
  • Most field goals made, season: 44, David Akers, 2011[34]
  • Most field goals made, season, no misses: 37, Mike Vanderjagt, 2003[35]
  • Most field goals made, rookie season: 35, Ali Haji-Sheikh, 1983 and Blair Walsh, 2012[1]:s-4[36]
  • Most field goals made, game: 8, Rob Bironas on October 21, 2007[37]
  • Most field goals made, game, no misses: 8, Rob Bironas on October 21, 2007[1]:s-4
  • Most field goals made, one half: 5; Chris Boniol on November 18, 1996, Morten Anderson on September 3, 2000, Rob Bironas on October 21, 2007, and Mike Nugent on September 7, 2014
  • Most field goals made, one quarter: 4; by 8 players, most recently Shayne Graham on November 11, 2007[1]:s-4
  • Most consecutive games with field goal made: 38, Matt Stover, 1999–2001[1]:s-4
  • Most consecutive games with field goal made of 40+ yards: 10, Rob Bironas, 2011–2012
  • Most consecutive games with 2+ field goals made: 19, Stephen Gostkowski 2013–2014
  • Most consecutive games with 3+ field goals made: 6, Olindo Mare 1999; Gary Anderson 1985
  • Most consecutive games with 4+ field goals made: 4, Olindo Mare 1999
  • Most consecutive games with 5+ field goals made: 2, Dan Carpenter 2010; Richie Cunningham, 1997; John Kasay, 1996; John Carney, 1994
  • Most consecutive field goals made: 42, Mike Vanderjagt; December 22, 2002 – September 9, 2004[1]:s-4
  • Most consecutive field goals made to start a career: 18, Travis Coons, 2015[38]
  • Most consecutive field goals made (regular season and postseason combined): 46, Gary Anderson; December 15, 1997 – Jan.17, 1999
  • Most consecutive field goals made from under 30 yards: 122, John Kasay November 30, 1997 – 2012
  • Most consecutive field goals made from under 30 yards to start a career: 88, Robbie Gould 2005–present
  • Most consecutive field goals made from under 40 yards: 53, Rian Lindell Dec. 17, 2005-Nov. 30, 2008
  • Most consecutive field goals made from 40+ yards: 24, Jason Hanson, 2007–2009
  • Most consecutive field goals made from 50+ yards: 12, Blair Walsh, 2012–2013; Robbie Gould, 2010–2013[39]
  • Longest field goal: 64 yards, Matt Prater (vs. Tennessee), 2nd quarter, December 8, 2013
  • Longest field goal, rookie: 60 yards, Greg Zuerlein on September 30, 2012
  • Longest field goal in 1st quarter: 58 yards, Nick Lowery on September 18, 1983 and Greg Zuerlein on September 30, 2012
  • Longest field goal in 3rd quarter: 60 yards, Greg Zuerlein on September 30, 2012
  • Longest field goal in 4th quarter: 63 yards, Tom Dempsey on November 8, 1970
  • Longest field goal in overtime: 57 yards, Sebastian Janikowski on October 19, 2008
  • Highest field goal percentage, career (minimum 100 FG made): 90.6% (144/159), Dan Bailey, 2011–2015[40]
  • Highest field goal percentage, 50+ yards, career (minimum 30 FG made): 76.3% (29/38), Matt Prater, 2007–2015
  • Highest field goal percentage, under 50 yards, career (minimum 50 FG made): 94.9% (112/118), Justin Tucker, 2012–2015
  • Highest field goal percentage, under 40 yards, career (minimum 50 FG made): 98.7% (78/79), Justin Tucker, 2012–2015
  • Highest field goal percentage, season (minimum 20 attempts): 100.0; Gary Anderson, 1998 (35/35); Mike Vanderjagt, 2003 (37/37) in 2003[41]
  • Highest field goal percentage season rookie (minimum 10 attempts): 100.0, Garrett Hartley (13/13), 2008[42]
  • Highest field goal percentage, season rookie (minimum 20 attempts): 92.1, Blair Walsh, Minnesota Vikings (35/38), 2012[43]
  • Lowest field goal percentage, season (most attempts, none made): 0.0, Boris Shlapak (0/8), 1972[44]
  • Lowest field goal percentage, season (minimum 10 attempts): 6.67, Bob Timberlake (1/15), 1965[45]
  • Most field goals made, 40+ yards, career: 189, Jason Hanson, 1992–2012
  • Most field goals made, 50+ yards, career: 52, Jason Hanson, 1992–2012; Sebastian Janikowski 2000–2015[1]:s-4[46]
  • Most field goals made, 60+ yards, career: 2, Sebastian Janikowski, December 27, 2009, September 12, 2011; Greg Zuerlein, September 30, 2012, November 8, 2015[47]
  • Most field goals attempted 50+ yards, career: 93, Jason Hanson, 1992–2012
  • Most field goals attempted 60+ yards, career: 9, Sebastian Janikowski, 2005–2015
  • Most field goals attempted 50+ yards, season: 13, Greg Zuerlein, 2012
  • Most field goals attempted 50+ more, rookie season: 13, Greg Zuerlein, 2012
  • Most field goals made, 50+ yards, season: 10, Blair Walsh, 2012[1]:s-4
  • Most field goals made, 50+ yards, rookie season: 10, Blair Walsh, 2012
  • Most field goals made, 50+ yards, season no misses: 10, Blair Walsh, 2012
  • Most field goals made, 50+ yards, game: 3, by 8 players, most recently Blair Walsh on December 16, 2012[1]:s-4
  • Most field goals made, 58+ yards, game: 2, Greg Zuerlein; September 30, 2012
  • Most field goals made, 54+ yards, game: 3, Kris Brown, October 7, 2007
  • Most field goals made, 46+ yards, game: 4, John Kasay, September 24, 2006
  • Most field goals made, 40+ yards, game: 5, Mason Crosby, November 22, 2015
  • Most field goals made, 35+ yards, game: 6, Chris Boniol, November 18, 1996
  • Most field goals made, 50+ yards, half: 3, Phil Dawson, September 27, 2012
  • Most field goals made, 55+ yards, quarter: 2, Neil Rackers, October 24, 2004, Brandon McManus, on September 13, 2015
  • Most games, 1+ field goals made, career: 299, Morten Andersen, 1983–2004, 2006–2007[48]
  • Most games, 2+ field goals made, career: 178, Morten Andersen, 1983–2004, 2006–2007[49]
  • Most games, 3+ field goals made, career: 78, Adam Vinatieri, 1996–2015[50]
  • Most games, 4+ field goals made, career: 29, John Carney, 1990–2002 2004–2006 2008[51]
  • Most games, 5+ field goals made, career: 11, John Carney, 1992–1994 1996–1997 2001 2004[52]
  • Most games, 6+ field goals made, career: 2, John Carney, 1993; Gary Anderson 1988 1998; Jeff Wilkins, 1996 2006; Jim Bakken, 1967 1973[53]
  • Most games, 7+ field goals made, career: 1; Jim Bakken on September 24, 1967; Rich Karlis on November 5, 1989; Chris Boniol on November 18, 1996; Billy Cundiff on September 15, 2003; Rob Bironas on October 21, 2007; Shayne Graham on November 11, 2007; Cairo Santos on October 4, 2015[54]
  • Most games, 2+ field goals made, season: 16, Stephen Gostkowski, New England Patriots, 2013[55]
  • Most games, 3+ field goals made, season: 9, Al Del Greco, Tennessee Oilers, 1998[56]
  • Most games, 4+ field goals made, season: 6, David Akers, San Francisco 49ers 2011[57]
  • Most games, 5+ field goals made, season: 3, Rich Karlis, Minnesota Vikings, 1989[58]
  • Most games, 6+ field goals made, season: 2, John Carney, San Diego Chargers, 1993[59]
  • Most overtime field goals made, career: 10, Adam Vinatieri 1996–2015

Safeties[.]

  • Most safeties, career: 4, Ted Hendricks 1969–1983, Doug English 1975–1985, Jared Allen 2004–2015[60]
  • Most safeties, season: 2; by 18 players, most recently Junior Galette 2014[61]
  • Most safeties, rookie season: 2, Jameel McClain 2008, Jim Young 1977[62]
  • Most safeties, game: 2, Fred Dryer October 21, 1973[1]:s-5[63]
  • Most safeties, one quarter: 2, Fred Dryer October 21, 1973
  • Most consecutive games, safety: 2, Doug English September 4, 1983 – September 11, 1983
  • Most consecutive seasons, safety: 3, Charlie Krueger 1959–1961, Ted Hendricks 1974–1976, Eric Swann 1992–1994

Rushing[.]

For a more comprehensive list, see List of National Football League rushing yards leaders.

Rushing attempts[.]

  • Most seasons leading league, attempts: 6, Jim Brown; 1958–1959, 1963, 1963–1965[1]:s-5[64]
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league, attempts: 4; Steve Van Buren, 1947–1950 and Walter Payton 1976–1979[1]:s-5[64]
  • Most attempts per game average, career: 21.2, Terrell Davis, 1995–2001
  • Most attempts, career: 4,409, Emmitt Smith, 1990–2004[1]:s-5[65]
  • Most attempts, season: 416, Larry Johnson, 2006[1]:s-5[66]
  • Most attempts, rookie, season: 390, Eric Dickerson, 1983[1]:s-5
  • Most attempts, game: 45, Jamie Morris; Dec 17, 1988 (OT)[1]:s-5[67]
  • Most attempts, no fumbles, season: 397, Gerald Riggs, 1985
  • Most consecutive attempts, no fumbles, to start a career: 559, BenJarvus Green-Ellis, 2008–2012
  • Most consecutive attempts, no fumbles: 1,001, LaDainian Tomlinson, Oct 22, 2006-Nov 29, 2009
  • Most attempts, no touchdowns, season: 240, Joe Washington, 1978
  • Most consecutive attempts, no touchdowns: 507-524, Archie Griffin, Dec 6, 1976-Sep 6, 1981
  • Most seasons, 200 attempts: 14, Emmitt Smith 1990–2004[68]
  • Most seasons, 250 attempts: 13, Emmitt Smith 1991–2004[69]
  • Most seasons, 300 attempts: 10, Walter Payton 1976–1986[70]
  • Most consecutive seasons, 200 attempts: 13, Emmitt Smith 1990–2002[71]
  • Most consecutive seasons, 250 attempts: 12, Emmitt Smith 1991–2002[72]
  • Most consecutive seasons, 300 attempts: 8, Eddie George 1996–2003[73]
  • Most games, 20 attempts, career: 121, Emmitt Smith 1990–2004[74]
  • Most games, 25 attempts, career: 56, Emmitt Smith 1991–2004[75]
  • Most games, 30 attempts, career: 21, Eric Dickerson 1983–1991[76]
  • Most games, 35 attempts, career: 7, Walter Payton 1976–1984[77]
  • Most games, 40 attempts, career: 2, James Wilder 1983–1984, Ricky Williams 1999–2003[78]
  • Most games, 20 attempts, season: 14, by 8 players, most recently Shaun Alexander 2005[79]
  • Most games, 25 attempts, season: 10, Larry Johnson 2006, Jamal Anderson 1998, Emmitt Smith 1994[80]
  • Most games, 30 attempts, season: 7, Earl Campbell 1979[81]
  • Most games, 35 attempts, season: 3, Earl Campbell 1980, Eddie George 2000[82]

Rushing yards[.]

  • Most seasons leading league: 8, Jim Brown, 1957–1961 1963–1965[1]:s-5
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league: 5, Jim Brown, 1957–1961[1]:s-5
  • Most yards gained, career: 18,355, Emmitt Smith, 1990–2004[1]:s-5
  • Most seasons, 500+ yards rushing: 14, Emmitt Smith, 1990–2004
  • Most seasons, 1,000+ yards rushing: 11, Emmitt Smith, 1991–2001[1]:s-5
  • Most seasons, 1,500+ yards rushing: 5, Barry Sanders, 1991–1997
  • Most consecutive seasons, 500+ yards rushing: 13, Walter Payton, 1975–1987, Emmitt Smith 1990–2002
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1,000+ yards rushing: 11, Emmitt Smith, 1991–2001[1]:s-6
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1,500+ yards rushing: 4, Barry Sanders, 1994–1997
  • Most yards gained, season: 2,105, Eric Dickerson 1984[1]:s-6
  • Most yards gained with zero fumbles, season: 1,883, Barry Sanders, 1994
  • Most yards gained, rookie, season: 1,808 Eric Dickerson, 1983[1]:s-6
  • Most yards gained, season, at Home: 1,125 Walter Payton, 1977
  • Most yards gained, season, Away: 1,087 Eric Dickerson, 1984
  • Most yards gained, back-to-back games: 476, O.J. Simpson Nov 25, 1976-Dec 5, 1976
  • Most yards gained, game: 296, Adrian Peterson Nov 4, 2007[1]:s-6
  • Most yards gained, one half: 253, Adrian Peterson Nov 4, 2007
  • Most yards gained, one quarter: 165, Jamaal Charles Dec 23, 2012
  • Longest run from scrimmage: 99 yard (touchdown), Tony Dorsett, January 3, 1983[1]:s-6
  • Highest yards gained per game average, career: 104.3, Jim Brown, 1957–1965
  • Highest yards gained per game average, season: 143.1, O.J. Simpson, 1973
  • Highest average gain, game (minimum 100 yards): 52.50 (2 carries, 105 yards), Brian Mitchell Oct 1, 2000
  • Most games, 50+ yards rushing, career: 173, Emmitt Smith, 1990–2004[83]
  • Most games, 100+ yards rushing, career: 78, Emmitt Smith, 1990–2004[1]:s-6[84]
  • Most games, 150+ yards rushing, career: 25, Barry Sanders, 1989–1998[85]
  • Most games, 200+ yards rushing, career: 6, O.J. Simpson, 1969–1979; Adrian Peterson, 2007–2015[86][87]
  • Most games, 250+ yards rushing, career: 2, O.J. Simpson, 1973–1976[88]
  • Most games, 100+ yards rushing, season: 14, Barry Sanders, 1997[1]:s-6[89]
  • Most games, 150+ yards rushing, season: 7, Earl Campbell, 1980, Adrian Peterson 2012[90]
  • Most games, 200+ yards rushing, season: 4, Earl Campbell, 1980[1]:s-6[91]
  • Most consecutive games, 50+ yards rushing: 38, Priest Holmes, 2001–2003[92]
  • Most consecutive games, 100+ yards rushing: 14, Barry Sanders, 1997[93]
  • Most consecutive games, 150+ yards rushing: 4, Earl Campbell, 1980[94]
  • Most consecutive games, 200+ yards rushing: 2, O.J. Simpson, 1973, 1976; Earl Campbell 1980; Ricky Williams 2002[95]
  • Most consecutive games to start a season, 100+ yards rushing: 8, DeMarco Murray 2014[96]
  • Most rushing yards by a quarterback, career: 6,109, Michael Vick, 2001–2015[97]
  • Most rushing yards by a quarterback, season: 1,039, Michael Vick, 2006
  • Most rushing yards by a quarterback, game: 181, Colin Kaepernick, Jan 12, 2013 (playoffs)
  • Highest average gain per attempt, career (minimum 750 attempts): 7.0 yards (6,109 yards/873 attempts), Michael Vick, 2001–2015[98]
  • Highest average gain per attempt, season (qualifiers): 8.45 yards (1,039 yards/123 attempts), Michael Vick, 2006[99]
  • Highest average gain per attempt, game (minimum 10 attempts): 17.3 yards, Michael Vick December 1, 2002 vs. Minnesota Vikings[1]:s-6

Rushing touchdowns[.]

For a more comprehensive list, see List of National Football League rushing touchdowns leaders.

  • Most seasons leading league, touchdowns: 5, Jim Brown, 1957–1959, 1963, 1965[1]:s-7[100]
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league, touchdowns: 3, Steve Van Buren, 1947–1949; Jim Brown, 1957–1959; Abner Haynes (American Football League), 1960–1962; Cookie Gilchrist (American Football League), 1962–1964; Jim Brown, 1966–1968[1]:s-7[100]
  • Most touchdowns, career: 164, Emmitt Smith, 1990–2004[1]:s-7[101]
  • Most rushing touchdowns, season: 28, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006[1]:s-7[102]
  • Most rushing touchdowns, rookie, season: 18 Eric Dickerson, 1983[1]:s-7[103]
  • Most rushing touchdowns, season, at Home: 16, Terry Allen, 1996; Priest Holmes, 2003; Shaun Alexander, 2005
  • Most rushing touchdowns, season, Away: 16, John Riggins, 1983
  • Most rushing touchdowns, game: 6, Ernie Nevers; Nov 28, 1929[1]:s-7
  • Most rushing touchdowns, one half: 4, Jim Brown, Nov 18, 1962; Roland Hooks, Sep 9, 1979; Chuck Muncie, Nov 29, 1981; Eric Dickerson, Oct 31, 1988; Shaun Alexander, Sep 29, 2002; Priest Holmes, Oct 24, 2004; Doug Martin, Nov 4, 2012
  • Most seasons, 1+ rushing touchdowns: 16, Marcus Allen 1982–1997[104]
  • Most seasons, 2+ rushing touchdowns: 16, Marcus Allen 1982–1997[105]
  • Most seasons, 3+ rushing touchdowns: 14, Emmitt Smith 1990–2004[106]
  • Most seasons, 4+ rushing touchdowns: 13, Marcus Allen 1982–1997, Emmitt Smith 1990–2004[107]
  • Most seasons, 5+ rushing touchdowns: 13, Marcus Allen 1982–1997[108]
  • Most seasons, 6+ rushing touchdowns: 11, Walter Payton 1975–1986, Emmitt Smith 1990–2004[109]
  • Most seasons, 7+ rushing touchdowns: 11, Emmitt Smith 1990–2004[110]
  • Most seasons, 8+ rushing touchdowns: 11, Emmitt Smith 1990–2004[111]
  • Most seasons, 9+ rushing touchdowns: 11, Emmitt Smith 1990–2004[112]
  • Most seasons, 10+ rushing touchdowns: 9, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–2009[113]
  • Most seasons, 11+ rushing touchdowns: 8, LaDainian Tomlinson 2002–2009, Emmitt Smith 1990–1999[114]
  • Most seasons, 12+ rushing touchdowns: 7, LaDainian Tomlinson 2002–2009[115]
  • Most seasons, 13+ rushing touchdowns: 6, LaDainian Tomlinson 2002–2007[116]
  • Most seasons, 14+ rushing touchdowns: 5, LaDainian Tomlinson 2004–2007, Shaun Alexander 2001–2005[117]
  • Most seasons, 15+ rushing touchdowns: 4, LaDainian Tomlinson 2004–2007[118]
  • Most seasons, 16+ rushing touchdowns: 3, LaDainian Tomlinson 2004–2006, Shaun Alexander 2002–2005, Emmitt Smith 1992–1995[119]
  • Most seasons, 17+ rushing touchdowns: 3, LaDainian Tomlinson 2004–2006, Emmitt Smith 1992–1995[120]
  • Most seasons, 18+ rushing touchdowns: 3, Emmitt Smith 1992–1995[121]
  • Most seasons, 19+ rushing touchdowns: 2, Priest Holmes 2002–2003, Emmitt Smith 1994–1995[122]
  • Most seasons, 20+ rushing touchdowns: 2, Priest Holmes 2002–2003, Emmitt Smith 1994–1995[123]
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1+ rushing touchdowns: 16, Marcus Allen 1982–1997[124]
  • Most consecutive seasons, 2+ rushing touchdowns: 16, Marcus Allen 1982–1997[125]
  • Most consecutive seasons, 3+ rushing touchdowns: 13, Jerome Bettis 1993–2005, Emmitt Smith 1990–2002[126]
  • Most consecutive seasons, 4+ rushing touchdowns: 11, Emmitt Smith 1990–2000, Steven Jackson 2004–2014[127]
  • Most consecutive seasons, 5+ rushing touchdowns: 10, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–2010, Marshall Faulk 1994–2003[128]
  • Most consecutive seasons, 6+ rushing touchdowns: 10, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–2010, Marshall Faulk 1994–2003[129]
  • Most consecutive seasons, 7+ rushing touchdowns: 9, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–2009, Jim Brown 1957–1965[130]
  • Most consecutive seasons, 8+ rushing touchdowns: 9, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–2009[131]
  • Most consecutive seasons, 9+ rushing touchdowns: 9, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–2009[132]
  • Most consecutive games, 1+ rushing touchdown: 18, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2004–2005[1]:s-7
  • Most consecutive games, 2+ rushing touchdowns: 8, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006
  • Most consecutive games, 3+ rushing touchdowns: 3, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006
  • Most consecutive games, 4+ rushing touchdowns: 2, Jim Taylor, 1962
  • Most games, 1+ rushing touchdowns, career: 117, Emmitt Smith 1990–2004[133]
  • Most games, 2+ rushing touchdowns, career: 38, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–2010[134]
  • Most games, 3+ rushing touchdowns, career: 12, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–2008[135]
  • Most games, 4+ rushing touchdowns, career: 5, Jim Brown 1957–1962
  • Most games, 5+ rushing touchdowns, career: 1, Jimmy Conzelman 10-15-1922, Ernie Nevers 11-28-1929, Jim Brown 11-1-1959, Cookie Gilchrist 12-8-1963, Ricky Watters 1-15-1994, James Stewart (American football) 10-12-1997, Clinton Portis 12-7-2003
  • Most games, rushing 6+ touchdowns, career: 1, Ernie Nevers 11-28-1929
  • Most games, 1+ touchdowns, season: 15, Emmitt Smith 1995
  • Most games, 2+ touchdowns, season: 10, LaDainian Tomlinson 2006, Priest Holmes 2003
  • Most games, 3+ touchdowns, season: 5, LaDainian Tomlinson 2006
  • Most games, 4+ touchdowns, season: 2, Jim Taylor 1962, Shaun Alexander 2005, LaDainian Tomlinson 2006, DeAngelo Williams 2008
  • Most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, career: 44, Otto Graham & Cam Newton
  • Most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, season: 14, Cam Newton 2011[136]
  • Most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, game: 4, many players

Passing[.]

For passing records that include other professional football leagues, see List of gridiron football quarterbacks passing statistics.

Passer rating[.]

  • Most seasons led league: 6, Sammy Baugh, 1937, 1940, 1943, 1945, 1948 1949; Steve Young, 1991–1994, 1996–1997[1]:s-7 [137]
  • Most consecutive seasons led league: 4, Steve Young, 1991–1994[1]:s-7 [137]
  • Highest passer rating, career (minimum 1,500 attempts): 103.8, Aaron Rodgers, 2005–2016.[138]
  • Highest passer rating, season (minimum 100 attempts): 122.5, Aaron Rodgers, 2011[139]
  • Highest passer rating, rookie, season: 102.4, Robert Griffin III 2012[1]:s-7
  • Youngest player, 158.3 perfect passer rating, game: Marcus Mariota (21 years, 318 days) Sep 13, 2015[140]
  • Most games, 100+ passer rating, career: 112, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[141]
  • Most games, 105+ passer rating, career: 97, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[142]
  • Most games, 110+ passer rating, career: 78, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[143]
  • Most games, 115+ passer rating, career: 67, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[144]
  • Most games, 120+ passer rating, career: 57, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[145]
  • Most games, 125+ passer rating, career: 50, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[146]
  • Most games, 130+ passer rating, career: 37, Peyton Manning, 1999–2015[147]
  • Most games, 135+ passer rating, career: 27, Peyton Manning, 2000–2015[148]
  • Most games, 140+ passer rating, career: 21, Peyton Manning, 2000–2015[149]
  • Most games, 145+ passer rating, career: 13, Tom Brady, 2001–2016[150]
  • Most games, 150+ passer rating, career: 8, Craig Morton, 1966–1981[151]
  • Most games, 155+ passer rating, career: 6, Craig Morton, 1966–1981; Peyton Manning, 2000–2015[152]
  • Most games, 158.3 perfect passer rating, career (including playoffs): 4, Peyton Manning, 2000–2015[153]
  • Highest minimum passer rating, season (minimum 16 games): 84.5, Philip Rivers, 2009
  • Most games, 90+ passer rating, season: 15, Peyton Manning, 2004, 2013[154]
  • Most games, 95+ passer rating, season: 14, Aaron Rodgers, 2011[155]
  • Most games, 100+ passer rating, season: 13, Aaron Rodgers, 2011[156]
  • Most games, 105+ passer rating, season: 13, Aaron Rodgers, 2011[157]
  • Most games, 110+ passer rating, season: 12, Aaron Rodgers, 2011[158]
  • Most games, 115+ passer rating, season: 10, Aaron Rodgers 2011, Tom Brady 2007, Steve Young 1994[159]
  • Most games, 120+ passer rating, season: 8, Tom Brady, 2007, Philip Rivers, 2008[160]
  • Most games, 125+ passer rating, season: 7, Tony Romo, 2014, Tom Brady, 2007[161]
  • Most games, 130+ passer rating, season: 6, Tony Romo, 2014, Aaron Rodgers, 2011[162]
  • Most games, 135+ passer rating, season: 6, Tony Romo, 2014[163]
  • Most games, 140+ passer rating, season: 4, Jacky Lee 1961, Roger Staubach 1973, Tom Brady 2007 & 2010, Aaron Rodgers 2011[164]
  • Most games, 145+ passer rating, season: 4, Tom Brady 2007, Roger Staubach 1973[165]
  • Most games, 150+ passer rating, season: 2, Steve Young 1993, Kurt Warner 1999, Tom Brady 2007, Drew Brees 2009, Aaron Rodgers 2014[166]
  • Most seasons, 95+ passer rating (minimum 10 games started): 10, Peyton Manning 2003–2014[167]
  • Most seasons, 100+ passer rating (minimum 10 games started): 6, Steve Young 1991–1998, Aaron Rodgers 2009–2014, Peyton Manning 2004–2014[168]
  • Most seasons, 105+ passer rating (minimum 10 games started): 3, Aaron Rodgers 2011–2014, Tom Brady 2007–2011, Peyton Manning 2004–2013[169]
  • Most seasons, 110+ passer rating (minimum 10 games started): 2, Tom Brady 2007–2010, Peyton Manning 2004–2013, Aaron Rodgers 2011–2014[170]
  • Most seasons, 115+ passer rating (minimum 10 games started): 2, Peyton Manning 2004–2013[171]
  • Most seasons, 120+ passer rating (minimum 10 games started): 1, Aaron Rodgers 2011, Peyton Manning 2004[172]

Passing attempts[.]

  • Most seasons led league: 5, Dan Marino, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1992, 1997[1]:s-7
  • Most consecutive seasons led league: 3, Johnny Unitas 1959–1961, George Blanda 1963–1965, Drew Bledsoe 1994–1996[1]:s-7
  • Most pass attempts, career: 10,169, Brett Favre, 1991–2010[173]
  • Most pass attempts, season: 727, Matthew Stafford 2012[174]
  • Most pass attempts, rookie, season: 627, Andrew Luck 2012[1]:s-8
  • Most pass attempts per game, career: 39.68, Matthew Stafford, (3,770 Attempts/95 Games), 2009–2016.[175]
  • Most pass attempts per game, season: 45.44, Matthew Stafford, (727 Attempts/16 Games), 2012[176]
  • Most consecutive pass attempts, no interceptions, home: 587, Aaron Rodgers 2012–2015[177]
  • Most consecutive pass attempts, no touchdown passes to start a career: 228, Ryan Lindley, 2012–2014
  • Most consecutive pass attempts, no touchdown passes: 231, Bobby Hoying, 1998–2000
  • Most consecutive pass attempts, no touchdown passes, season: 224, Bobby Hoying, 1998
  • Most pass attempts, game: 70, Drew Bledsoe; Nov 13, 1994 (OT)[178]
  • Most pass attempts, non-overtime game: 69, Vinny Testaverde Dec 24, 2000
  • Most pass attempts, game, perfect passer rating (158.3): 32, Ken O’Brien Nov 2, 1986
  • Most seasons, 500+ pass attempts: 16, Brett Favre, 1993–2009
  • Most seasons, 550+ pass attempts: 11, Peyton Manning, 1998, 2000, 2002–2003, 2006, 2008–2010, 2012–2014

Pass completions[.]

  • Most seasons led league: 6, Dan Marino 1984–1986, 1988, 1992, 1997[179]
  • Most consecutive seasons led league: 3, George Blanda 1963–1965, Dan Marino 1984–1986[179]
  • Most pass completions, career: 6,300, Brett Favre, 1991–2010[180]
  • Most pass completions, season: 468, Drew Brees, 2011[181]
  • Most pass completions per game, career: 24.76, Drew Brees, (5,422 Passing completions/219 Games), 2001–2016.[182]
  • Most pass completions per game, season: 29.3, Drew Brees, 2011[183]
  • Most pass completions, rookie, season: 354, Sam Bradford, 2010[1]:s-8
  • Most seasons 300 completions: 18, Brett Favre, 1992–2009
  • Most seasons 350 completions: 10, Peyton Manning, 2000–2014; Drew Brees, 2006–2015.
  • Most seasons 400 completions: 8, Drew Brees, 2007–2008, 2010–2015.
  • Most consecutive seasons 300 completions: 18, Brett Favre 1992–2009
  • Most consecutive seasons 350 completions: 10, Drew Brees, 2006–2015.
  • Most consecutive seasons 400 completions: 6, Drew Brees, 2010–2015.
  • Most pass completions, game: 45, Drew Bledsoe on November 13, 1994 (OT)[184]
  • Most pass completions, non-overtime game: 43, Rich Gannon on September 15, 2002, Phillip Rivers on October 18, 2015[184]
  • Most pass completions, game, perfect passer rating (158.3): 26, Ken O’Brien on November 2, 1986
  • Most consecutive pass completions: 25, Ryan Tannehill, October 18–25, 2015 (last 7 completions on October 18, 2015; first 18 completions on October 25, 2015)[185]
  • Most games, pass completions: 299, Brett Favre, 1992–2010
  • Most consecutive games, pass completions: 298, Brett Favre, 1992–2010
  • Most consecutive games 20 pass completions: 57, Drew Brees, 2009–2013
  • Most games 20 pass completions, career: 202, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[186]
  • Most games 25 pass completions, career: 121, Drew Brees, 2002–2016.[187]
  • Most games 30 pass completions, career: 51, Drew Brees, 2005–2015[188]
  • Most games 35 pass completions, career: 15, Drew Brees, 2005–2015[189]
  • Most games 40 pass completions, career: 2, Ben Roethlisberger, 2014–2015[190]
  • Most games 20 pass completions, season: 16, Drew Brees, 2010–2012[191]
  • Most games 25 pass completions, season: 14, Drew Brees 2011[192]
  • Most games 30 pass completions, season: 9, Drew Brees 2011[193]
  • Most games 35 pass completions, season: 3, Tom Brady 2002, Rich Gannon 2002, Peyton Manning 2010, Tony Romo 2012, Philip Rivers 2013, 2015[194]

Pass completion percentage[.]

  • Most seasons led league: 8, Len Dawson, 1962, 1964–1969, 1975[1]:s-8
  • Most consecutive seasons led league: 6, Len Dawson, 1964–1969[1]:s-8
  • Highest completion percentage, career (minimum 1,500 attempts): 66.36, Drew Brees (5,422 Passing completions/8,171 Attempts), 2001–2016.[195]
  • Highest completion percentage, season (among qualified players): 71.23, Drew Brees, 2011 (468/657)[1]:s-8 [196]
  • Highest completion percentage, rookie, season: 66.44, Ben Roethlisberger, 2004 (196/295)[1]:s-8
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 15 attempts): 94.7, Alex Smith; Oct 29, 2012 (18/19) and Ryan Tannehill; Oct 25, 2015 (18/19)[197]
  • Most games with at least 80% pass completion rate, career (minimum 20 attempts per game): 18, Peyton Manning, 2000–2014; Drew Brees, 2004–2015[198]
  • Most games with at least 80% pass completion rate, season (minimum 20 attempts per game): 3, Ben Roethlisberger, 2007; Brett Favre, 2009; Drew Brees, 2011, 2014; Philip Rivers, 2013; Peyton Manning, 2013–2014; Kirk Cousins, 2015[199]
  • Most games with at least 80% pass completion rate and no interceptions, career (minimum 20 passes per game): 16, Drew Brees, 2004–2015;[200]
  • Most games with at least 80% pass completion rate and no interceptions, season (minimum 20 passes per game): 3, Brett Favre, 2009; Peyton Manning, 2013–2015; Drew Brees, 2014; Kirk Cousins, 2015[201]
  • Most games with at least 75% pass completion rate, career (minimum 20 attempts per game): 45, Drew Brees, 2004–2015[202]
  • Most games with at least 75% pass completion rate, season (minimum 20 attempts per game): 8, Tom Brady, 2007[203]
  • Most games with at least 75% pass completion rate and no interceptions, career (minimum 20 attempts per game): 36, Drew Brees, 2004–2015[204]
  • Most games with at least 75% pass completion rate and no interceptions, season (minimum 20 attempts per game): 6, Tom Brady, 2007[205]
  • Most games with at least 70% pass completion rate, career (minimum 20 attempts per game): 84, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[206]
  • Most games with at least 70% pass completion rate, season (minimum 20 attempts per game): 10, Drew Brees, 2011; Peyton Manning, 2012[207]
  • Most games with at least 70% pass completion rate and no interceptions, career (minimum 20 attempts per game): 50, Drew Brees, 2004–2015[208]
  • Most seasons with at least 70% pass completion rate (minimum 100 attempts per season): 2, Drew Brees, 2009, 2011[209]
  • Most seasons with at least 60% pass completion rate (minimum 100 attempts per season): 15, Peyton Manning, 1999–2010, 2012–2014[210]
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 500 passing yards): 81.63, Ben Roethlisberger; Oct. 26, 2014
  • Highest completion percentage, postseason game (minimum 450 passing yards): 81.82, Peyton Manning; Jan 9, 2005
  • Highest completion percentage, regular season game (minimum 450 passing yards): 81.63, Ben Roethlisberger; Oct. 26, 2014
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 400 passing yards): 83.3, Philip Rivers; Sep 29, 2013
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 350 passing yards): 89.5, Rich Gannon; Nov 11, 2002
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 300 passing yards): 94.4, Craig Morton; Sep 27, 1981
  • Highest completion percentage, game (7 TD passes): 78.57, Nick Foles on Nov. 3, 2013
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 6 TD passes): 85.3, Tom Brady on Oct 18, 2009
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 5 TD passes): 92.3, Frank Ryan on Dec 12, 1964
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 4 TD passes): 94.7, Ryan Tannehill on Oct 25, 2015
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 3 TD passes): 94.7, Alex Smith on Oct 29, 2012; Ryan Tannehill on Oct 25, 2015

Passing yards[.]

  • Most seasons leading league: 6, Drew Brees 2006, 2008, 2011–2012, 2014–2015[1]:s-9
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league: 4, Dan Fouts 1979–1982[1]:s-9
  • Most passing yards, career: 71,940, Peyton Manning 1998–2015[1]:s-9[211]
  • Highest yards per game, career: 281.23 Drew Brees, (61,589 yards/219 Games), 2001–2016.[212]
  • Highest yards per game, season: 342.31, Peyton Manning, (5,477 yards/16 Games) 2013[213]
  • Most seasons 2,000+ yards: 19, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[214]
  • Most seasons 2,500+ yards: 19, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[215]
  • Most seasons 3,000+ yards: 18, Brett Favre, 1992–2009[1]:s-9[216]
  • Most seasons 3,500+ yards: 16, Peyton Manning, 1998–2010, 2012–2014[217]
  • Most seasons 4,000+ yards: 14, Peyton Manning, 1999–2004, 2006–2010, 2012–2014[218]
  • Most seasons 4,500+ yards: 7, Drew Brees, 2008, 2010–2015.[219]
  • Most seasons 5,000+ yards: 4, Drew Brees, 2008, 2011–2013[220]
  • Most consecutive seasons 2,000+ yards: 19, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[221]
  • Most consecutive seasons 2,500+ yards: 19, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[222]
  • Most consecutive seasons 3,000+ yards: 18, Brett Favre, 1992–2009[223]
  • Most consecutive seasons 3,500+ yards: 13, Peyton Manning, 1998–2010[224]
  • Most consecutive seasons 4,000+ yards: 10, Drew Brees, 2006–2015[225]
  • Most consecutive seasons 4,500+ yards: 6, Drew Brees 2010–2015.[226]
  • Most consecutive seasons 5,000+ yards: 3, Drew Brees 2011–2013[227]
  • Most passing yards, season: 5,477, Peyton Manning 2013[1]:s-9
  • Most passing yards, rookie, season: 4,374, Andrew Luck 2012[1]:s-9
  • Most passing yards, combined, game: 1,000, Matthew Stafford, (520) and Matt Flynn, (480) on January 1, 2012
  • Most passing yards, game: 554, Norm Van Brocklin on September 28, 1951[1]:s-9
  • Most passing yards, any half: 373, Kurt Warner on September 28, 2008
  • Most passing yards, any quarter: 252, Tom Brady on October 18, 2009; Boomer Esiason on November 10, 1996
  • Most passing yards, game, perfect passer rating (158.3): 431, Ken O’Brien on November 11, 1986
  • Most passing yards, game, rookie: 433, Andrew Luck on November 4, 2012[228]
  • Most passing yards, game, first NFL game: 422, Cam Newton, Sep 11, 2011
  • Most games, 150+ yards passing, career: 269, Brett Favre, 1992–2010
  • Most games, 200+ yards passing, career: 222, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[229]
  • Most games, 250+ yards passing, career: 168, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[230]
  • Most games, 300+ yards passing, career: 97, Drew Brees, 2002–2016.[231]
  • Most games, 350+ yards passing, career: 50, Drew Brees, 2002–2016.[232]
  • Most games, 400+ yards passing, career: 14, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015; Drew Brees, 2001–2016.[233]
  • Most games, 450+ yards passing, career: 4, Dan Marino, 1984–1995[234]
  • Most games, 500+ yards passing, career: 2, Ben Roethlisberger, 2009–2014; Drew Brees 2006–2015[235][236]
  • Most games, 250+ yards passing, season: 16, Drew Brees, 2011[237]
  • Most games, 300+ yards passing, season: 13, Drew Brees, 2011[1]:s-9[238][239]
  • Most games, 350+ yards passing, season: 8, Drew Brees, 2011;[238] Peyton Manning 2013[240]
  • Most games, 400+ yards passing, season: 4, Dan Marino, 1984;[1]:s-9 Peyton Manning 2013[241]
  • Most consecutive 200+ yards passing games: 45, Dan Fouts, 1980–1983[242]
  • Most consecutive 250+ yards passing games: 18, Drew Brees, 2010–2012[243]
  • Most consecutive 300+ yards passing games: 9, Drew Brees 2011–2012, 2012–2013[1]:s-9[244]
  • Most consecutive 350+ yards passing games: 4, Drew Brees 2011; Matthew Stafford, 2011–2012[245]
  • Most consecutive 400+ yards passing games: 2; Dan Fouts, 1982; Dan Marino, 1984; Phil Simms, 1985; Billy Volek, 2004; Matt Cassel, 2008; Cam Newton, 2011, Tom Brady, 2011;[1]:s-9 Philip Rivers, 2013[246]
  • Longest pass completion: 99 yards, by 13 players, most recently Eli Manning on December 24, 2011[1]:s-9 [247]
  • Youngest player, 3,000 yards passing: Jameis Winston (21 years, 341 days) Dec 13, 2015[248]
  • Youngest player, 4,000 yards passing: Jameis Winston (21 years, 362 days) Jan 3, 2016

Average passing yards[.]

  • Most seasons led league: 7, Sid Luckman, 1939–43, 1946–47[1]:s-10
  • Most consecutive seasons led league: 5, Sid Luckman, 1939–43[1]:s-10
  • Highest yards per attempt, career (minimum 1,500 attempts): 8.63 (13,499 yards on 1,565 attempts), Otto Graham, 1950–1955[1]:s-10[249]
  • Highest yards per attempt, season (among qualified players): 11.17 (1,229 on 110 attempts), Tommy O’Connell, 1957[1]:s-10[250]
  • Highest yards per attempt, rookie, season: 9.41 (1,854 yards on 197 attempts), Greg Cook, 1969[1]:s-10[1]:s-10[251]
  • Highest yards per attempt, game: 18.58 (446 yards on 24 attempts) Sammy Baugh on October 31, 1948[1]:s-10

Passing touchdowns[.]

Career

  • Most passing touchdowns, career: 539, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[252]
  • Most games 1+ TD passes, career: 249, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[253]
  • Most games 2+ TD passes, career: 165, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[254]
  • Most games 3+ TD passes, career: 93, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[255]
  • Most games 4+ TD passes, career: 35, Peyton Manning, 2000–2015[256]
  • Most games 5+ TD passes, career: 10, Drew Brees, 2004–2016.[257]
  • Most games 6+ TD passes, career: 3, Peyton Manning, 2003–2015[258]
  • Most games 7+ TD passes, career: 1; Sid Luckman,1943; Adrian Burk, 1954; George Blanda, 1961; Y.A. Tittle, 1962; Joe Kapp, 1969; Peyton Manning, 2013; Nick Foles, 2013; Drew Brees, 2015[259]
  • Highest percentage of touchdown passes out of pass attempts, career (120 touchdown passes minimum): 7.856, Sid Luckman, (137 TD Passes/1,744 Attempts) 1939–1950
  • Most 95+ yard touchdown passes: 2, Joe Montana[260]
  • Most 90+ yard touchdown passes: 3, Bill Wade & Joe Montana[261]
  • Most 85+ yard touchdown passes: 4, Norm Snead, Ed Brown, Craig Morton, & Jim Plunkett[262]
  • Most 80+ yard touchdown passes: 9, Brett Favre[263]
  • Most 75+ yard touchdown passes: 14, Brett Favre[264]
  • Most 70+ yard touchdown passes: 16, Peyton Manning & Aaron Rodgers[265]
  • Most 65+ yard touchdown passes: 24, Brett Favre[266]
  • Most 60+ yard touchdown passes: 29, Johnny Unitas[267]
  • Most 55+ yard touchdown passes: 37, Johnny Unitas[268]
  • Most 50+ yard touchdown passes: 51, Johnny Unitas[269]
  • Most 45+ yard touchdown passes: 56, Johnny Unitas[270]
  • Most 40+ yard touchdown passes: 70, Johnny Unitas[271]
  • Most 35+ yard touchdown passes: 91, Peyton Manning[272]
  • Most 30+ yard touchdown passes: 120, Peyton Manning[273]
  • Most 25+ yard touchdown passes: 156, Peyton Manning[274]
  • Most 20+ yard touchdown passes: 193, Peyton Manning[275]
  • Most 15+ yard touchdown passes: 246, Peyton Manning[276]
  • Most 10+ yard touchdown passes: 323, Peyton Manning[277]
  • Most 5+ yard touchdown passes: 420, Peyton Manning[278]
  • Most 1–4 yard touchdown passes: 118, Peyton Manning[279]
  • Most red zone touchdown passes: 348, Peyton Manning[280]
  • Most 1 yard touchdown passes: 37, Brett Favre[281]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, twenty year period: 136, Brett Favre (414–278, 2nd: Dan Marino; 1987–2006),[282] (442–306, 2nd: Peyton Manning; 1988–2007)[283]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, nineteen year period: 139, Brett Favre (414–275, 2nd: Peyton Manning; 1988–2006)[284]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, eighteen year period: 139, Brett Favre (414–275, 2nd: Peyton Manning; 1989–2006)[285]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, seventeen year period: 145, Brett Favre (396–251, 2nd: Vinny Testeverde; 1989–2005)[286]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, sixteen year period: 152, Brett Favre (396–244, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe/Peyton Manning; 1990–2005)[287]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, fifteen year period: 152, Brett Favre (396–244, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe/Peyton Manning; 1991–2005)[288]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, fourteen year period: 155, Brett Favre (376–221, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1991–2004)[289]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, thirteen year period: 155, Brett Favre (376–221, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1992–2004)[290]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, twelve year period: 145, Brett Favre (346–201, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1992–2003)[291]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, eleven year period: 127, Brett Favre (328–201, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1993–2003)[292]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, ten year period: 123, Brett Favre (309–186, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1994–2003)[293]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, ten year period from first start as a quarterback: 106, Brett Favre (287–181, 2nd: Steve Young; 1992–2001)[294][295]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, nine year period: 109, Brett Favre (276–167, 2nd: Peyton Manning; 1995–2003)[296]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, eight year period: 99, Brett Favre (250–151, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1994–2001)[297]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, seven year period: 83, Brett Favre (217–134, 2nd: Vinny Testeverde; 1995–2001)[298]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, six year period: 66, Brett Favre (198–132, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1994–1999)[299]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, five year period: 58, Brett Favre (168–107, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1995–1999)[300]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, four year period: 50, Brett Favre (145–95, 2nd: John Elway; 1994–1997)[301]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, three year period: 42, Dan Marino (122–80, 2nd: Dave Krieg; 1984–1986)[302]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, two year period: 26, Dan Marino (70–44, 2nd: Dave Krieg; 1986–1987)[303]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, one year period: 19, Dan Marino (44–25, 2nd: Ken O’Brien; 1986)[304]

Regular season

  • Most seasons led league: 4, Johnny Unitas, 1957–1960; Steve Young, 1992–1994, 1998; Brett Favre, 1995–1997, 2003; Drew Brees, 2008–2009, 2011–2012; Peyton Manning, 2000, 2004, 2006, 2013; Tom Brady, 2002, 2007, 2010, 2015
  • Most consecutive seasons led league: 4, Johnny Unitas, 1957–60[1]:s-10
  • Most passing touchdowns, Season: 55, Peyton Manning, 2013
  • Most passing touchdowns, Rookie, Season: 26, Peyton Manning, 1998 and Russell Wilson, 2012[305]
  • Most passing touchdowns, season, home: 29, Drew Brees, 2011
  • Most passing touchdowns, season, road: 29, Tom Brady, 2007
  • Most games 1+ passing touchdowns, season: 16, Dan Marino, 1984, 1986; Dave Krieg, 1984; Kurt Warner, 1999; Brett Favre, 2003; Daunte Culpepper, 2004; Tom Brady, 2010–2012; Drew Brees, 2010–2011, 2013–2014; Matthew Stafford, 2011; Peyton Manning, 2012–2013; Philip Rivers, 2013; Ben Roethlisberger, 2013; Kirk Cousins, 2015; Russell Wilson, 2015[306]
  • Most games 2+ passing touchdowns, season: 15, Dan Marino, 1984; Peyton Manning, 2013[307]
  • Most games 3+ passing touchdowns, season: 12, Tom Brady, 2007[308]
  • Most games 4+ passing touchdowns, season: 9, Peyton Manning, 2013[309]
  • Most games 5+ passing touchdowns, season: 4, Peyton Manning, 2004[310]
  • Most games 6+ passing touchdowns, season: 2, Ben Roethlisberger, 2014; Daryle Lamonica, 1969; Y.A. Tittle, 1962[311]
  • Highest percentage of passing touchdowns out of pass attempts, season: 13.9, Sid Luckman, 1943
  • Most consecutive seasons, passing touchdowns: 21, Vinny Testaverde, 1987–2007
  • Most consecutive seasons, 20+ passing touchdowns: 13, Peyton Manning, 1998–2010
  • Most consecutive seasons, 25+ passing touchdowns: 13, Peyton Manning, 1998–2010
  • Most consecutive seasons, 30+ passing touchdowns: 8, Drew Brees, 2008–2015
  • Most consecutive seasons, 35+ passing touchdowns: 3, Brett Favre, 1995–1997; Drew Brees, 2011–2013; Peyton Manning, 2012–2014
  • Most consecutive seasons, 40+ passing touchdowns: 2, Drew Brees, 2011–2012
  • Most seasons, 20+ passing touchdowns: 16, Peyton Manning, 1998–2010, 2012–2014
  • Most seasons, 25+ passing touchdowns: 16, Peyton Manning, 1998–2010, 2012–2014
  • Most seasons, 30+ passing touchdowns: 9, Brett Favre, 1994–1998, 2001, 2003–2004, 2009; Peyton Manning, 2000, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012–2014
  • Most seasons, 35+ passing touchdowns: 4, Peyton Manning, 2004, 2012–2014; 4, Tom Brady, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2015
  • Most seasons, 40+ passing touchdowns: 2, Dan Marino, 1984, 1986; Drew Brees, 2011, 2012; Peyton Manning, 2004, 2013
  • Most seasons, 45+ passing touchdowns: 2, Peyton Manning, 2004, 2013
  • Most seasons, 50+ passing touchdowns: 1, Tom Brady, 2007; Peyton Manning, 2013
  • Most consecutive road games with 1+ passing touchdowns: 41, Tony Romo, 2009–2014
  • Most consecutive home games with 1+ passing touchdowns: 55, Drew Brees, since 2009.
  • Most consecutive games, 1+ passing touchdowns: 54, Drew Brees, 2009–2012[1]:s-11
  • Most consecutive uninterrupted games, 1+ passing touchdowns: 52, Tom Brady, 2010–2013
  • Most consecutive games, 2+ passing touchdowns: 15, Peyton Manning, 2013–2014
  • Most consecutive games, 3+ passing touchdowns: 10, Tom Brady 2007
  • Most consecutive games, 4+ passing touchdowns: 5, Peyton Manning 2004[1]:s-11
  • Most consecutive games, 5+ passing touchdowns: 2, Ben Roethlisberger 2014, Tom Brady 2007, Daunte Culpepper 2004, Tom Flores (AFL) 1963,
  • Most consecutive games, 6+ passing touchdowns: 2, Ben Roethlisberger 2014
  • Most consecutive passing touchdowns, no interceptions, home: 49, Aaron Rodgers[177]

Game

  • Most passing touchdowns, game: 7, Sid Luckman on 11-14-1943, Adrian Burk on 10-17-1954, George Blanda on 11-19-1961, Y.A. Tittle on 10-28-1962, Joe Kapp on 9-28-1969, Peyton Manning on 9-5-2013,[1]:s-10 [312] Nick Foles on 11-3-2013; Drew Brees on 11-1-2015
  • Most passing touchdowns, rookie, game: 5, Jameis Winston on November 22, 2015, Matthew Stafford on November 22, 2009, Ray Buivid on December 5, 1937[313]
  • Most passing touchdowns, one half: 6, Daryle Lamonica on 10-19-1969, Aaron Rodgers on 11-9-2014[314]
  • Most passing touchdowns, rookie, one half: 4, Jameis Winston on November 22, 2015, Marcus Mariota on September 13, 2015.[140]
  • Most passing touchdowns, one quarter: 5, Tom Brady on October 18, 2009
  • Most passing touchdowns, no interceptions, game: 7, Y.A. Tittle on 10-28-1962, Peyton Manning on 9-5-2013,[312] Nick Foles on 11-3-2013
  • Most passing touchdowns, perfect passer rating (158.3), game: 7 Nick Foles on 11-3-2013
  • Most touchdown passes per games started average, regular season: 2.15, Aaron Rodgers, (260 TD Passes/121 Games Started), 2008–2016.
  • Most touchdown passes per game average, regular season: 2.03 Aaron Rodgers, (260 TD Passes/128 Games), 2008–2016.
  • Highest percentage of touchdown passes out of pass attempts, game: 35.3, Daryle Lamonica, (6 TD Passes/17 Attempts) 12-21-1969

Interceptions thrown[.]

  • Most seasons led league: 4, Vinny Testaverde, 1988–1989, 2000, 2004[315]
  • Most passes intercepted, career: 336, Brett Favre, 1991–2010[1]:s-11[316]
  • Most passes intercepted, season: 42, George Blanda, 1962[317]
  • Most passes intercepted, rookie season: 28, Peyton Manning, 1998
  • Most passes intercepted, game: 8, Jim Hardy on 9-24-1950[1]:s-11
  • Most consecutive passes attempted, none intercepted: 358, Tom Brady 2010–2011[1]:s-11
  • Most consecutive passes attempted, no pick six: 3,267, Aaron Rodgers, since 11/08/2009.
  • Most pick sixes, quarter: 3, Ed Baker Dec 17, 1972; Paul Christman Nov 5, 1950
  • Most pick sixes, game: 3, many times, most recently: Eli Manning Nov 25, 2007
  • Most pick sixes, season: 6, Peyton Manning, 2001; Rudy Bukich, 1966
  • Most pick sixes, career: 31, Brett Favre, 1991–2010
  • Most consecutive passes attempted, none intercepted, home: 587, Aaron Rodgers, 2012–2015[177]
  • Most consecutive passes attempted, none intercepted, rookie season: 169, Sam Bradford 2010
  • Most consecutive passes attempted, none intercepted to start a career: 162, Tom Brady 2000–2001
  • Most consecutive passes attempted, none intercepted to start a season: 286, Bernie Kosar 1991
  • Most attempts with no interceptions, game: 70 Drew Bledsoe on November 13, 1994[1]:s-11
  • Most completions with no interceptions, game: 45 Drew Bledsoe on November 13, 1994
  • Most passing yards with no interceptions, game: 527, Warren Moon on December 16, 1990
  • Most touchdown passes with no interceptions, game: 7, Y.A. Tittle, October 28, 1962; Peyton Manning, September 5, 2013; Nick Foles, November 3, 2013[312]
  • Most games 1+ interceptions, career: 196, Brett Favre 1991–2010[318]
  • Most games 2+ interceptions, career: 94, Brett Favre 1991–2010[319]
  • Most games 3+ interceptions, career: 39, Brett Favre 1992–2010[320]
  • Most games 4+ interceptions, career: 18, George Blanda 1960–1966[321]
  • Most games 5+ interceptions, career: 8, George Blanda 1962–1966, Joe Namath 1966–1976[322]
  • Most games 1+ interceptions, season: 15, Richard Todd 1980[323]
  • Most games 2+ interceptions, season: 12, Frank Tripucka 1960[324]
  • Most games 3+ interceptions, season: 8, George Blanda 1962; Al Dorow 1961[325]
  • Most games 4+ interceptions, season: 6, George Blanda 1962[326]
  • Most games 5+ interceptions, season: 3, George Blanda 1962[327]
  • Most games with 200+ yards passing and no interceptions, career: 93, Tom Brady 2001–2015[328]
  • Most games with 250+ yards passing and no interceptions, career: 68, Peyton Manning 1999–2015; Tom Brady 2001–2015[329]
  • Most games with 300+ yards passing and no interceptions, career: 42, Drew Brees 2004–2016.[330]
  • Most games with 350+ yards passing and no interceptions, career: 20, Drew Brees 2004–2016.[331]
  • Most games with 400+ yards passing and no interceptions, career: 9, Drew Brees 2007–2016.[332]
  • Most games with 450+ yards passing and no interceptions, career: 2, Ben Roethlisberger, 2009–2014[333]
  • Most games with 500+ yards passing and no interceptions, career: 2, Ben Roethlisberger, 2009–2014[334]
  • Most games with 200+ yards passing and no interceptions, season: 11, Tom Brady 2012; Aaron Rodgers 2014[335]
  • Most games with 250+ yards passing and no interceptions, season: 10, Tom Brady 2007[336]
  • Most games with 300+ yards passing and no interceptions, season: 8, Tom Brady 2007; Peyton Manning, 2013[337]
  • Most games with 350+ yards passing and no interceptions, season: 6, Tom Brady 2007[338]
  • Most games with 400+ yards passing and no interceptions, season: 2, Drew Brees 2011, 2012; Peyton Manning, 2013[339]
  • Most games with 500+ yards passing and no interceptions, season: 1, Ben Roethlisberger, 2009, 2014; Philip Rivers, 2015; Warren Moon, 1990; Y.A. Tittle, 1962[340]
  • Most consecutive games with 1+ touchdown passes and no interceptions: 11, Tom Brady, 2010[341]
  • Most consecutive games with 2+ touchdown passes and no interceptions: 9, Tom Brady, 2010[342]
  • Most consecutive games with 3+ touchdown passes and no interceptions; 5, Russell Wilson, 2015[343]
  • Most consecutive games with 4+ touchdown passes and no interceptions; 2, many players, most recent, Kirk Cousins, 2015[344]
  • Most consecutive games with 5+ touchdown passes and no interceptions; 2, Tom Brady, 2007; Ben Roethlisberger, 2014[345]
  • Most consecutive games with 6 touchdown passes and no interceptions: 2, Ben Roethlisberger, 2014[346]
  • Most consecutive touchdowns, none intercepted, home: 49, Aaron Rodgers[177]
  • Most games with 1+ touchdown passes and no interceptions, career: 107, Tom Brady, 2001–2015[347]
  • Most games with 2+ touchdown passes and no interceptions, career: 82, Tom Brady, 2001–2015[348]
  • Most games with 3+ touchdown passes and no interceptions, career: 51, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[349]
  • Most games with 4+ touchdown passes and no interceptions, career: 19, Tom Brady, 2001–2015[350]
  • Most games with 5+ touchdown passes and no interceptions, career: 7, Drew Brees, 2004–2014[351]
  • Most games with 6+ touchdown passes and no interceptions, career: 3, Peyton Manning, 1998–2014[352]
  • Most games with 7 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career: 1, Y.A. Tittle, 10-28-1962; Peyton Manning, 9-5-2013; Nick Foles, 11-3-2013[353]
  • Most games with 1+ touchdown passes and no interceptions, season: 14, Tom Brady 2010[354]
  • Most games with 2+ touchdown passes and no interceptions, season: 11, Tom Brady 2010, Aaron Rodgers 2014[355]
  • Most games with 3+ touchdown passes and no interceptions, season: 8, Tom Brady 2007, Aaron Rodgers 2014[356]
  • Most games with 4+ touchdown passes and no interceptions, season: 6, Peyton Manning, 2013[357]
  • Most games with 5+ touchdown passes and no interceptions, season: 3, Tom Brady 2007[358]
  • Most games with 6+ touchdown passes and no interceptions, season: 2, Ben Roethlisberger 2014[359]
  • Most games with 7 touchdown passes and no interceptions, season: 1, Y.A. Tittle, 10-28-1962; Peyton Manning, 9-5-2013; Nick Foles, 11-3-2013[360]
  • Most games with 20+ completions and no interceptions, career: 80, Peyton Manning, 1998–2014[361]
  • Most games with 30+ completions and no interceptions, career: 26, Drew Brees 2006–2016.[362]
  • Most games with 20+ completions and no interceptions, season: 10, Tom Brady 2007, 2010[363]
  • Most games with 30+ completions and no interceptions, season: 5, Tom Brady 2007, Drew Brees 2011, 2015[364]
  • Most games with 30+ pass attempts and no interceptions, career: 79, Tom Brady 2001–2015[365]
  • Most games with 40+ pass attempts and no interceptions, career: 26, Drew Brees, 2002–2016.[366]
  • Most games with 50+ pass attempts and no interceptions, career: 7, Tom Brady 2001–2015[367]
  • Most games with 30+ pass attempts and no interceptions, season: 10, Tom Brady 2012[368]
  • Most games with 40+ pass attempts and no interceptions, season: 5, Peyton Manning 2013[369]

Passing interception differential/ratio[.]

  • Best touchdown pass–interception differential, game: +7 (7 TDs, 0 INTs), Y.A. Tittle, 10-28-1962; Peyton Manning, 9-5-2013; Nick Foles, 11-3-2013[312]
  • Best touchdown pass–interception differential, season: +45 (55 TDs, 10 INTs), Peyton Manning, 2013
  • Best touchdown pass–interception differential, rookie season: +16 (26 TDs, 10 INTs), Russell Wilson, 2012[305]
  • Best touchdown pass–interception ratio, rookie season: 4:1 (20 TDs/5 INTs), Robert Griffin III, 2012
  • Best touchdown pass–interception differential, career: +288 (539 TDs, 251 INTs), Peyton Manning, 1998–2015
  • Best touchdown pass–interception ratio, career: 3.94:1 (260 TDs, 66 INTs), Aaron Rodgers, 2005–2016.
  • Best touchdown pass–interception ratio, season: 13.5:1 (27 TDs, 2 INTs), Nick Foles, 2013 (minimum 12 TD passes)
  • Best passing yards–interception ratio, career: 497.14:1 (32,811 yards, 66 INTs), Aaron Rodgers, 2005–2016.
  • Best passing yards–interception ratio, season: 1,445.5:1 (2,891 yards, 2 INTs), Nick Foles, 2013 (minimum 2,000 passing yards)
  • Best completion–interception ratio, career: 40.5:1 (2,673 completions, 66 INTs) Aaron Rodgers, 2005–2016.
  • Best completion–interception ratio, season: 149:1 (149 completions, 1 INT), Josh McCown, 2013 (minimum 140 completions)

Lowest percentage passes had intercepted[.]

  • Most seasons led league, lowest percentage intercepted: 5, Sammy Baugh, 1940, 1942, 1944–45, 1947[1]:s-11
  • Lowest percentage passes had intercepted, career (minimum 1,500 attempts): 1.6 (66 INTs, 4,117 attempts), Aaron Rodgers, 2005–2016.[1]:s-11 [370]
  • Lowest percentage passes had intercepted season (among qualified players): 0.41 (1 INT, 244 attempts), Damon Huard, 2006[1]:s-11
  • Lowest percentage passes had intercepted rookie season: 1.27 (5 INTs, 393 attempts), Robert Griffin III, 2012[1]:s-11 [371]

Sacked[.]

  • Most times sacked, career: 525, Brett Favre 1991–2010[1]:s-11
  • Most times sacked, season: 76, David Carr 2002[1]:s-11 [372]
  • Most times sacked, game: 12, Bert Jones on October 26, 1980; Warren Moon on September 29, 1985; Donovan McNabb on September 30, 2007[1]:s-11 [373]
  • Most sack yards lost, career: 3,794, Dave Krieg
  • Lowest sacked percentage (times sacked per passing play attempted), season: 1.2% (3 times sacked, 255 passing plays), Steve Walsh, 1991[374]
  • Lowest sacked percentage (times sacked per passing play attempted), career: 2.95%, Steve Walsh

Receiving[.]

For a more comprehensive list, see List of National Football League season receiving touchdown leaders.

Receptions[.]

  • Most seasons leading league: 8, Don Hutson, 1936–37, 1939, 1941–45[1]:s-12[375]
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league: 5, Don Hutson, 1941–45[1]:s-12[375]
  • Most pass receptions, career: 1,549 Jerry Rice, 1985–2004[1]:s-12[376]
  • Most pass receptions, no fumbles, career: 483, Ricky Sanders, 1986–2005
  • Most consecutive pass receptions, no touchdown receptions: 242, Thomas Jones, 2000–2007
  • Most pass receptions, no touchdown receptions, career: 201, Gerald Riggs, 1983–1991
  • Most pass receptions, no touchdown receptions, season: 85, James Wilder, 1984
  • Highest reception average per game, career: 6.37, Julio Jones, (414 Receptions/65 Games), 2011–2015
  • Highest reception average per game, season: 8.94, Marvin Harrison, (143 Receptions/16 Games), 2002
  • Most pass receptions, season: 143, Marvin Harrison, 2002[1]:s-12[377]
  • Most pass receptions, season, tight end: 110, Jason Witten, 2012
  • Most pass receptions, season, running back: 102, Matt Forte, 2014
  • Most pass receptions, rookie, season: 101, Anquan Boldin, 2003[1]:s-12
  • Most pass receptions, game: 21, Brandon Marshall on December 13, 2009[1]:s-12[1]:s-12[378]
  • Most pass receptions, one half: 13, Jason Witten on October 28, 2012
  • Most consecutive games, 1+ pass receptions: 274, Jerry Rice 1985–2004[379]
  • Most consecutive games, 1+ pass receptions to start a career: 190, Marvin Harrison 1996–2008
  • Most consecutive games, 2+ pass receptions: 147, Tim Brown 1993–2002[380]
  • Most consecutive games, 3+ pass receptions: 82, Reggie Wayne 2009–2014[381]
  • Most consecutive games, 4+ pass receptions: 38, Julio Jones, 2013–present[382]
  • Most consecutive games, 5+ pass receptions: 36, Antonio Brown 2013–2015[383]
  • Most consecutive games, 6+ pass receptions: 16, Marvin Harrison 2002–2003[384]
  • Most consecutive games, 7+ pass receptions: 14, Antonio Brown 2014–2015[385]
  • Most consecutive games, 8+ pass receptions: 8, Antonio Brown 2014[386]
  • Most consecutive games, 9+ pass receptions: 6, Marvin Harrison 2002[387]
  • Most consecutive games, 10+ pass receptions: 4, Calvin Johnson 2012[388]
  • Most consecutive games, 11+ pass receptions: 2, by 18 players, most recently by Julio Jones 2015[389]
  • Most consecutive games, 12+ pass receptions: 2, by 8 players, most recently by Julio Jones 2015[390]
  • Most seasons, 5+ pass receptions: 20, Jerry Rice 1985–2004[391]
  • Most seasons, 10+ pass receptions: 19, Jerry Rice 1985–2004[392]
  • Most seasons, 15+ pass receptions: 19, Jerry Rice 1985–2004[393]
  • Most seasons, 20+ pass receptions: 19, Jerry Rice 1985–2004[394]
  • Most seasons, 25+ pass receptions: 19, Jerry Rice 1985–2004[395]
  • Most seasons, 30+ pass receptions: 19, Jerry Rice 1985–2004[396]
  • Most seasons, 35+ pass receptions: 18, Jerry Rice 1985–2003[397]
  • Most seasons, 40+ pass receptions: 18, Jerry Rice 1985–2003[398]
  • Most seasons, 45+ pass receptions: 18, Jerry Rice 1985–2003[399]
  • Most seasons, 50+ pass receptions: 17, Jerry Rice 1986–2003[400]
  • Most seasons, 55+ pass receptions: 17, Jerry Rice 1986–2003[401]
  • Most seasons, 60+ pass receptions: 17, Jerry Rice 1986–2003[402]
  • Most seasons, 65+ pass receptions: 15, Jerry Rice 1986–2002[403]
  • Most seasons, 70+ pass receptions: 14, Tony Gonzalez 1999–2013[404]
  • Most seasons, 75+ pass receptions: 13, Jerry Rice 1986–2002[405]
  • Most seasons, 80+ pass receptions: 12, Jerry Rice 1986–2002[406]
  • Most seasons, 85+ pass receptions: 7, Andre Johnson 2006–2014, Jerry Rice 1986–2002, Marvin Harrison 1999–2006, Cris Carter 1993–2000, Brandon Marshall 2007–2015[407]
  • Most seasons, 90+ pass receptions: 6, Torry Holt 2002–2007, Marvin Harrison 1999–2006, Jerry Rice 1990–2002, Brandon Marshall 2007–2015, Larry Fitzgerald 2005–2015[408]
  • Most seasons, 95+ pass receptions: 6, Brandon Marshall 2007–2015[409]
  • Most seasons, 100+ pass receptions: 6, Brandon Marshall 2007–2015[410]
  • Most seasons, 105+ pass receptions: 5, Wes Welker 2007–2012[411]
  • Most seasons, 110+ pass receptions: 5, Wes Welker 2007–2012[412]
  • Most seasons, 115+ pass receptions: 3, Wes Welker 2009–2012[413]
  • Most seasons, 120+ pass receptions: 2, Cris Carter 1994–1995, Wes Welker 2009–2011, Antonio Brown 2014–2015[414]
  • Most seasons, 125+ pass receptions: 2, Antonio Brown 2014–2015[415]
  • Most games, 5+ pass receptions, season: 16, Jimmy Smith 2001, Pierre Garçon 2013, and Antonio Brown 2013–14
  • Most games, 6+ pass receptions, season: 15, Marvin Harrison 2002
  • Most games, 7+ pass receptions, season: 14, Antonio Brown 2014
  • Most games, 8+ pass receptions, season: 12, Marvin Harrison 2002
  • Most games, 9+ pass receptions, season: 10, Marvin Harrison 2002
  • Most games, 10+ pass receptions, season: 7, Wes Welker 2009, Andre Johnson 2008
  • Most games, 11+ pass receptions, season: 5, Marvin Harrison 2002
  • Most games, 12+ pass receptions, season: 4, Cris Carter 1995
  • Most games, 13+ pass receptions, season: 3, Antonio Brown 2015
  • Most games, 14+ pass receptions, season: 2, Antonio Brown 2015, Reggie Wayne 2010
  • Most games, 15+ pass receptions, season: 2, Antonio Brown 2015
  • Most games, 16+ pass receptions, season: 2, Antonio Brown 2015
  • Most games, 1+ reception, career: 296, Jerry Rice 1985–2004
  • Most games, 2+ receptions, career: 284, Jerry Rice 1985–2004
  • Most games, 3+ receptions, career: 256, Jerry Rice 1985–2004
  • Most games, 4+ receptions, career: 213, Jerry Rice 1985–2004
  • Most games, 5+ receptions, career: 166, Jerry Rice 1985–2004
  • Most games, 6+ receptions, career: 128, Jerry Rice 1985–2004
  • Most games, 7+ receptions, career: 86, Jerry Rice 1985–2004
  • Most games, 8+ receptions, career: 51, Marvin Harrison 1996–2008
  • Most games, 9+ receptions, career: 39, Andre Johnson 2004–2014
  • Most games, 10+ receptions, career: 22, Andre Johnson 2004–2014
  • Most games, 11+ receptions, career: 13, Andre Johnson 2004–2013
  • Most games, 12+ receptions, career: 9, Wes Welker 2007–2014
  • Most games, 13+ receptions, career: 5, Wes Welker 2007–2014
  • Most games, 14+ receptions, career: 3, Jason Witten 2007–present
  • Most games, 15+ receptions, career: 2, Brandon Marshall 2008–present, Wes Welker 2009–2014, Jason Witten 2007–present, Antonio Brown 2010–2015
  • Most games, 16+ receptions, career: 2, Brandon Marshall 2008–present, Antonio Brown 2010–2015
  • Most games, 17+ receptions, career: 2, Brandon Marshall 2008–present
  • Most games, 18+ receptions, career: 2, Brandon Marshall 2008–present
  • Most games, 19+ receptions, career: 1, Brandon Marshall 2009, Terrell Owens 2000
  • Most games, 20+ receptions, career: 1, Brandon Marshall 2009, Terrell Owens 2000

Yards receiving[.]

For a more comprehensive list, see List of National Football League receiving yards leaders.

  • Most seasons leading league: 7, Don Hutson, 1936, 1938–39, 1941–44[1]:s-12[416]
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league: 4, Don Hutson, 1941–44[1]:s-12[416]
  • Most receiving yards, career: 22,895, Jerry Rice 1985–2004[1]:s-12[417]
  • Most receiving yards per game average, career: 95.4, Julio Jones, (6,201 yards/65 Games), 2011–present[418]
  • Most receiving yards per game average, season: 129.0, Wes Chandler, (1,032 yards/8 Games), 1982[419]
  • Most seasons 500 or more yards receiving: 18, Jerry Rice 1985–2003
  • Most seasons 1,000 or more yards receiving: 14, Jerry Rice, 1986–2002[1]:s-12
  • Most seasons 1,500 or more yards receiving: 4, Jerry Rice 1986–1995
  • Most consecutive seasons 500 or more yards receiving: 16, Tony Gonzalez 1998–2013
  • Most consecutive seasons 1,000 or more yards receiving: 11, Jerry Rice 1986–1996
  • Most consecutive seasons 1,500 or more yards receiving: 2, Marvin Harrison 2001–2002, Andre Johnson 2008–2009, Calvin Johnson 2011–2012, Antonio Brown 2014–2015, Julio Jones 2014–2015
  • Most receiving yards, season: 1,964, Calvin Johnson, 2012[1]:s-12[420]
  • Most receiving yards, two seasons, to start a career: 2,755, Odell Beckham Jr., 2014–2015:s-12[421]
  • Most receiving yards, rookie, season: 1,473, Bill Groman, 1960[1]:s-12
  • Most receiving yards, no fumbles, season: 1,746, Charley Hennigan, 1961
  • Most receiving yards, no touchdown receptions, season: 963, Al Toon, 1991
  • Most receiving yards, no touchdown receptions, game: 284, Antonio Brown, November 8, 2015
  • Most receiving yards, season, TE: 1,327, Rob Gronkowski, 2011
  • Most receiving yards, season, RB: 1,048, Marshall Faulk, 1999
  • Most receiving yards, game: 336, Flipper Anderson, Nov. 26, 1989 (OT)[422]
  • Most receiving yards, non-overtime game: 329, Calvin Johnson, October 27, 2013[422]
  • Most games, 50+ receiving yards, career: 198, Jerry Rice, 1985–2004[1]:s-13[423]
  • Most games, 100+ receiving yards, career: 76, Jerry Rice, 1985–2004[1]:s-13[424]
  • Most games, 150+ receiving yards, career: 30, Jerry Rice, 1985–2003[425]
  • Most games, 200+ receiving yards, career: 5; Lance Alworth, 1963–67;[1]:s-12 Calvin Johnson, 2007–present[426][427]
  • Most games, 50+ receiving yards, season: 16, Antonio Brown 2013–14[428]
  • Most games, 90+ receiving yards, season: 13, Michael Irvin 1995, Antonio Brown 2014[429]
  • Most games, 90+ receiving yards, rookie, season: 9, Odell Beckham 2014 [430]
  • Most games, 100+ receiving yards, season: 11, Michael Irvin 1995, Calvin Johnson 2012[431]
  • Most games, 150+ receiving yards, season: 5; Tim Brown, 1997; Jerry Rice, 1995; Roy Green, 1984;[432]
  • Most games, 200+ receiving yards, season: 3, Charley Hennigan (AFL), 1961[433]
  • Most consecutive games, 50+ receiving yards: 35, Antonio Brown 2013–2015[434]
  • Most consecutive games, 90+ receiving yards, season: 9, Michael Irvin 1995, Odell Beckham 2014 [430]
  • Most consecutive games, 90+ receiving yards, rookie, season: 9, Odell Beckham 2014 [430]
  • Most consecutive games, 100+ receiving yards: 8, Calvin Johnson 2012[435]
  • Most consecutive games, 125+ receiving yards: 5, Calvin Johnson 2012, Pat Studstill 1966[436]
  • Most consecutive games, 150+ receiving yards: 3, Josh Gordon 2013, Isaac Bruce 1995, Andre Rison 1990, Roy Green 1984, James Lofton 1984, Don Maynard 1968[437]
  • Most consecutive games, 200+ receiving yards: 2, Josh Gordon 2013[438]
  • Longest pass reception (see also 99–yard pass play): 99, by 12 players, most recently Victor Cruz on December 24, 2011[1]:s-13[439]

Average yards/reception[.]

  • Highest average gain, career (minimum 200 receptions): 22.26 (4,996 yards / 224 receptions), Homer Jones, 1964–70[1]:s-13
  • Highest average gain, season (minimum 24 receptions): 32.58 (782 yards / 24 receptions), Don Currivan, 1947[1]:s-13
  • Highest average gain, game (minimum 3 receptions): 63.00 (189 yards / 3 receptions), Torry Holt on September 24, 2000[1]:s-13

Receiving touchdowns[.]

For a more comprehensive list, see List of National Football League receiving touchdowns leaders.

  • Most seasons led league: 9, Don Hutson, 1935–38, 1940–1944[1]:s-14
  • Most consecutive seasons led league: 5, Don Hutson, 1940–1944[1]:s-14
  • Most touchdowns, career: 197, Jerry Rice, 1985–2004[440]
  • Most touchdowns, season: 23, Randy Moss, 2007[441]
  • Most touchdowns for a TE, season; 17, Rob Gronkowski, 2011
  • Most touchdowns for a RB, season; 9, Billy Cannon, 1961; Bill Brown, 1964; Chuck Foreman, 1975; Leroy Hoard, 1991; Marshall Faulk, 2001
  • Most touchdowns, rookie season: 17, Randy Moss, 1998[1]:s-14
  • Most touchdowns, season, home: 13, Jerry Rice, 1987; Marvin Harrison, 2001; Jordy Nelson, 2011
  • Most touchdowns, season, away: 14, Randy Moss, 2007
  • Highest average touchdown receptions per game, season: 1.83, Jerry Rice, (22 TDs/12 Games),1987
  • Highest average touchdown receptions per game, career: 0.853, Don Hutson, (99 TDs/116 Games), 1935–1945
  • Most touchdowns, back-to-back games: 7, Cloyce Box, Nov 23, 1950-Dec 3, 1950
  • Most touchdowns, game: 5, Bob Shaw on October 2, 1950, Jerry Rice on October 14, 1990; Kellen Winslow on November 22, 1981[442]
  • Most touchdowns, one half: 4, Don Hutson, Oct 7, 1945; Dante Lavelli, Oct 14, 1949; Bob Shaw, Oct 2, 1950; Harold Jackson, Oct 14, 1973; Paul Warfield Dec 15, 1973; Ahmad Rashad, Sep 2, 1979; Roy Green, Nov 13, 1983; Mark Ingram, Nov 27, 1994; Marcus Robinson, Nov 23, 2003; Randy Moss, Nov 18, 2007
  • Most touchdowns, one quarter: 4, Don Hutson, Oct 7, 1945
  • Most consecutive games, 1+ TD receptions: 13, Jerry Rice, 1986–1987[1]:s-14
  • Most consecutive games, 2+ TD receptions: 4, Cris Carter, 1995; Calvin Johnson, 2011; Doug Baldwin, 2015
  • Most consecutive games, 3+ TD receptions: 3, Cloyce Box, 1952
  • Most games 1+ TD receptions, career: 139, Jerry Rice, 1985–2004
  • Most games 2+ TD receptions, career: 44, Jerry Rice, 1986–2002
  • Most games 3+ TD receptions, career: 11, Jerry Rice, 1986–2001
  • Most games 4+ TD receptions, career: 2, Bob Shaw, 1949–1950; Jerry Rice, 1990–1993; Sterling Sharpe, 1993–1994
  • Most games 1+ TD receptions, season: 13, Mark Clayton, 1984; Jerry Rice, 1989; Carl Pickens, 1995; Randy Moss, 2007
  • Most games 2+ TD receptions, season: 8, Randy Moss, 2007
  • Most games 3+ TD receptions, season: 4, Sonny Randle, 1960
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1+ TD receptions: 20, Jerry Rice, 1985–2004
  • Most consecutive seasons, 2+ TD receptions: 17, Tony Gonzalez, 1997–2013
  • Most consecutive seasons, 3+ TD receptions: 15, Terrell Owens, 1996–2010
  • Most consecutive seasons, 4+ TD receptions: 15, Terrell Owens, 1996–2010
  • Most consecutive seasons, 5+ TD receptions: 11, Terrell Owens, 2000–2010; Marvin Harrison, 1996–2006; Cris Carter, 1991–2001; Tim Brown, 1991–2001; Jerry Rice, 1986–1996; Don Hutson, 1935–1945
  • Most consecutive seasons, 6+ TD receptions: 11, Marvin Harrison, 1996–2006; Jerry Rice, 1986–1996; Don Hutson, 1935–1945
  • Most consecutive seasons, 7+ TD receptions: 11, Jerry Rice, 1986–1996
  • Most consecutive seasons, 8+ TD receptions: 11, Jerry Rice, 1986–1996
  • Most consecutive seasons, 9+ TD receptions: 10, Jerry Rice, 1986–1995
  • Most consecutive seasons, 10+ TD receptions: 8, Marvin Harrison, 1999–2006
  • Most consecutive seasons, 11+ TD receptions: 4, Marvin Harrison, 1999–2002; Lance Alworth, 1963–1966; Art Powell, 1963–1966
  • Most consecutive seasons, 12+ TD receptions: 3, Jerry Rice, 1989–1991, 1993–1995; Marvin Harrison, 1999–2001, 2004–2006; Terrell Owens, 2000–2002; Lance Alworth, 1964–1966; Cris Carter, 1997–1999
  • Most consecutive seasons, 13+ TD receptions: 3, Jerry Rice, 1989–1991, 1993–1995; Terrell Owens, 2000–2002; Lance Alworth, 1964–1966
  • Most consecutive seasons, 14+ TD receptions: 2, Jerry Rice, 1986–1987; Marvin Harrison, 2000–2001
  • Most consecutive seasons, 15+ TD receptions: 2, Jerry Rice, 1986–1987
  • Most seasons with at least 1 touchdown reception: 20, Jerry Rice
  • Most seasons with at least 2 touchdown receptions: 19, Jerry Rice
  • Most seasons with at least 3 touchdown receptions: 18, Jerry Rice
  • Most seasons with at least 4 touchdown receptions: 16, Jerry Rice
  • Most seasons with at least 5 touchdown receptions: 16, Jerry Rice
  • Most seasons with at least 6 touchdown receptions: 15, Jerry Rice
  • Most seasons with at least 7 touchdown receptions: 15, Jerry Rice
  • Most seasons with at least 8 touchdown receptions: 13, Jerry Rice
  • Most seasons with at least 9 touchdown receptions: 12, Jerry Rice
  • Most seasons with at least 10 touchdown receptions: 9, Jerry Rice; Randy Moss
  • Most seasons with at least 11 touchdown receptions: 8, Jerry Rice; Randy Moss
  • Most seasons with at least 12 touchdown receptions: 8, Jerry Rice
  • Most seasons with at least 13 touchdown receptions: 8, Jerry Rice
  • Most seasons with at least 14 touchdown receptions: 6, Jerry Rice
  • Most seasons with at least 15 touchdown receptions: 5, Jerry Rice
  • Most seasons with at least 16 touchdown receptions: 3, Randy Moss
  • Most seasons with at least 17 touchdown receptions: 3, Randy Moss
  • Most seasons with at least 18 touchdown receptions: 1, Randy Moss, Jerry Rice, Sterling Sharpe, Mark Clayton
  • Most seasons with at least 19 touchdown receptions: 1, Randy Moss, Jerry Rice
  • Most seasons with at least 20 touchdown receptions: 1, Randy Moss, Jerry Rice
  • Most touchdown receptions, 20+ yards, game 4, Cloyce Box, 12-03-1950; Art Powell, 12-22-1963; Wesley Walker, 9-21-1986
  • Most touchdown receptions, 70+ yards, career: 12, Lance Alworth, 1963–1970
  • Most touchdown receptions, 70+ yards, season: 6, Elroy Hirsch, 1951
  • Most touchdown receptions, 90+ yards, career: 3, John Taylor, 1989–1991
  • Most touchdown receptions, 90+ yards, game: 2, John Taylor, Dec 11, 1989

Yards from scrimmage[.]

For a more comprehensive list, see List of National Football League all-purpose yards leaders.

  • Most seasons leading the league in yards from scrimmage, 6 Jim Brown, 1958–1959, 1961, 1963–1965[443]
  • Most consecutive seasons leading the league in yards from scrimmage, 4 Thurman Thomas, 1989–1992[443]
  • Most yards from scrimmage, career: 23,540, Jerry Rice, 1985–2004[1]:s-14[444]
  • Most yards from scrimmage, season: 2,509, Chris Johnson, 2009[1]:s-14[445]
  • Most yards from scrimmage with zero fumbles, season: 2,189, Marshall Faulk, 2000
  • Most yards from scrimmage, rookie, season: 2,212, Eric Dickerson, 1983[1]:s-14
  • Highest average yards from scrimmage per game, career: 125.52, Jim Brown 1957–1965
  • Highest average yards from scrimmage per game, season: 163.36, Priest Holmes (2,237 yards/14 games), 2002
  • Most attempts, season: 492, (407 rushes, 85 receptions), James Wilder, 1984
  • Most attempts with zero fumbles, season: 430 (397 rushes, 33 receptions), Gerald Riggs, 1985
  • Most attempts, rookie, season: 441, (390 rushes, 51 receptions), Eric Dickerson, 1983
  • Most yards from scrimmage, game: 336, (all receiving yards), Flipper Anderson, Nov. 26, 1989 (OT)[1]:s-14[446]
  • Most yards from scrimmage, non-overtime game: 330, Billy Cannon, Dec. 10, 1961
  • Most yards from scrimmage, back-to-back games: 525, Walter Payton, Nov 20, 1977-Nov 24, 1977
  • Most games, 50 yards from scrimmage, career: 202, Jerry Rice 1985–2004
  • Most games, 100 yards from scrimmage, career: 108, Walter Payton, 1975–1987
  • Most games, 150 yards from scrimmage, career: 46, Barry Sanders, 1989–1998
  • Most games, 200 yards from scrimmage, career: 14, Marshall Faulk, 1994–2005
  • Most games, 250 yards from scrimmage, career: 5, Marshall Faulk, 1994–2005
  • Most games, 100 yards from scrimmage, season: 15, Edgerrin James, 2000; Barry Sanders, 1997; Marcus Allen, 1985
  • Most games, 150 yards from scrimmage, season: 10, Chris Johnson, 2009
  • Most games, 200 yards from scrimmage, season: 5, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2003
  • Most games, 250 yards from scrimmage, season: 2, Marshall Faulk, 2000
  • Most games, 90 yards from scrimmage, season: 16, William Andrews, 1981
  • Most consecutive games, 100 yards from scrimmage: 17, Marcus Allen, 1985–1986
  • Most consecutive games, 200 yards from scrimmage: 3, LeVeon Bell, Nov 17, 2014, Nov 30, 2014, Dec 7, 2014. Walter Payton, Nov 13, 1977, Nov 20, 1977, Nov 24, 1977
  • Most consecutive seasons, 500 or more yards from scrimmage: 16, Tony Gonzalez, 1998–2013
  • Most seasons, 500 or more yards from scrimmage: 18, Jerry Rice, 1985–1996, 1998–2003
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1000 or more yards from scrimmage: 13, Emmitt Smith, 1990–2002
  • Most seasons, 1000 or more yards from scrimmage: 14, Emmitt Smith 1990–2002, 2004, Jerry Rice 1986–1996, 1998, 2001–2002
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1500 or more yards from scrimmage: 8, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2001–2008
  • Most seasons, 1500 or more yards from scrimmage: 10, Walter Payton 1976–1981, 1983–1986
  • Most consecutive seasons, 2000 or more yards from scrimmage: 4, Marshall Faulk 1998–2001
  • Most seasons, 2000 or more yards from scrimmage: 4, Marshall Faulk 1998–2001, Eric Dickerson 1983–84, 1986, 1988, Walter Payton 1977, 1983–85

All-purpose[.]

For a more comprehensive list, see List of National Football League all-purpose yards leaders.

All-purpose yardage (or combined net yards gained) encompasses rushing, receiving, interception returns, punt returns, kickoff returns and fumble returns.[1]:s-14

  • Most seasons leading league, combined net yards: 5, Jim Brown, 1958–61, 1964[1]:s-24
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league, combined net yards: 4, Jim Brown, 1958–1961[1]:s-24

All-purpose attempts[.]

  • Most combined attempts, career: 4,939, Emmitt Smith, 1990–2004[1]:s-24
  • Most combined attempts with zero fumbles, career: 541, Ricky Sanders, 1986–1995
  • Most combined attempts, season: 496 (407 rushes, 85 receptions, 4 returns), James Wilder 1984[1]:s-24
  • Most combined attempts with zero fumbles, season: 430 (397 rushes, 33 receptions), Gerald Riggs, 1985
  • Most combined attempts, rookie, season: 442 (390 rushes, 51 receptions, 1 returns), Eric Dickerson, 1983[1]:s-24
  • Most combined attempts per fumble, career, minimum 2,000 attempts: 138.0, Curtis Martin, 1995–2005
  • Most combined attempts per fumble, career, minimum 1,000 attempts: 199.88, Ray Rice, 2008–2013
  • Most consecutive combined attempts with zero fumbles: 719 (623 rushes, 96 receptions), LaDainian Tomlinson, Oct, 22, 2006-Sep 28, 2008
  • Most consecutive combined attempts with zero fumbles to start a career: 589 (559 rushes, 30 receptions), BenJarvus Green-Ellis, 2008–2012
  • Most combined attempts, game: 48, James Wilder on October 30, 1983 and LaDainian Tomlinson on December 1, 2002 (OT)[1]:s-24

All-purpose yards[.]

  • Most yards gained, career: 23,546, Jerry Rice, 1985–2004[1]:s-24
  • Most yards gained, total, season: 2,696, Darren Sproles, 2011[1]:s-24
  • Most yards gained with zero fumbles, season: 2,211, Antonio Brown, 2011
  • Most yards gained, total, rookie, season: 2,317, Tim Brown, 1988[1]:s-24
  • Most yards gained, total, game: 404, Glyn Milburn; Dec 10, 1995[1]:s-24
  • Most games, 50 yards gained, career: 202, Jerry Rice 1985–2004
  • Most games, 100 yards gained, career: 118, Brian Mitchell 1990–2003
  • Most games, 150 yards gained, career: 46, Walter Payton 1975–1986, Barry Sanders 1989–1998
  • Most games, 200 yards gained, career: 17, Darren Sproles 2007–present
  • Most games, 250 yards gained, career: 7, Terry Metcalf 1974–1977
  • Most games, 300 yards gained, career: 2, Jacoby Ford 2010, Josh Cribbs 2007–2009, Adrian Peterson 2007, Lionel James 1985, Gale Sayers 1965–1966
  • Most games, 1 yard gained, season: 17, Dexter Carter 1995
  • Most games, 93 yard gained, season: 16, Brian Mitchell 1994
  • Most games, 100 yards gained, season: 15, Michael Lewis 2002, Edgerrin James 2000, MarTay Jenkins 2000, Derrick Mason 2000, Barry Sanders 1997, Marcus Allen 1985
  • Most games, 150 yards gained, season: 11, Michael Lewis 2002, Terry Metcalf 1975, Darren Sproles 2011
  • Most games, 200 yards gained, season: 5, Fred Jackson 2009, Josh Cribbs 2009, LaDainian Tomlinson 2003, Walter Payton 1977, Timmy Brown 1962, Terry Metcalf 1975
  • Most games, 250 yards gained, season: 3, Timmy Brown 1962, Lionel James 1985, Terry Metcalf 1977
  • Most games, 300 yards gained, season: 2, Jacoby Ford 2010, Adrian Peterson 2007, Lionel James 1985
  • Most consecutive games, 100 or more yards: 23, Gale Sayers, 1965–1967
  • Most consecutive games, 200 or more yards: 4, Darren Sproles, 2008–2009
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1000 or more yards: 13, Emmitt Smith, 1990–2002
  • Most seasons, 1000 or more yards: 14, Emmitt Smith 1990–2002, 2004, Jerry Rice 1986–1996, 1998, 2001–2002
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1500 or more yards: 9, Brian Mitchell, 1994–2002
  • Most seasons, 1500 or more yards: 10, Walter Payton 1976–1981, 1983–1986
  • Most consecutive seasons, 2000 or more yards: 4, Marshall Faulk 1998–2001; Dante Hall 2002–2005; Darren Sproles 2008–2011
  • Most seasons, 2000 or more yards: 4, Walter Payton 1977, 1983–1985; Eric Dickerson 1983–1984, 1986, 1988; Brian Mitchell 1994–1995, 1997–1998; Marshall Faulk 1998–2001; Dante Hall 2002–2005; Tiki Barber 2000, 2004–2006; Darren Sproles 2008–2011

Interceptions[.]

  • Most seasons leading league: 3; Everson Walls, 1981–82, 1985; Ed Reed, 2004, 2008, 2010[1]:s-14
  • Most interceptions by, career: 81, Paul Krause, 1964–79[1]:s-14
  • Most interceptions by, season: 14, Dick “Night Train” Lane, 1952[1]:s-14
  • Most interceptions by, rookie, season: 14, Dick “Night Train” Lane, 1952[1]:s-15
  • Most interceptions by, game: 4, by 19 players, most recently DeAngelo Hall on October 24, 2010[1]:s-15
  • Most interceptions by, one half: 4, DeAngelo Hall on October 24, 2010
  • Most consecutive games with an interception: 8, Tom Morrow, 1962–63[1]:s-15
  • Most consecutive seasons with an interception: 19, Darrell Green, Washington Redskins, 1983–2001

Interception return yards[.]

  • Most seasons leading league: 3, Darren Sharper, 2002, 2005, 2009[1]:s-15
  • Most interception return yards, career: 1,590, Ed Reed, 2002–2013
  • Most interception return yards, season: 376, Darren Sharper, New Orleans Saints, 2009[1]:s-15 [447]
  • Most interception return yards, rookie, season: 301, Don Doll, Detroit Lions, 1949[1]:s-15
  • Most interception return yards, game: 177, Charlie McNeil on September 24, 1961[1]:s-15
  • Longest interception return: 108, Ed Reed on November 23, 2008[1]:s-15

Interception return touchdowns[.]

  • Most interceptions returned for touchdowns, career: 12, Rod Woodson, 1987–2003[1]:s-15
  • Most interceptions returned for touchdowns, season: 4; Ken Houston, 1971; Jim Kearney, 1972; Eric Allen 1993[1]:s-15
  • Most interceptions returned for touchdowns, rookie, season: 3; Lem Barney, 1967; Ronnie Lott, 1981; Janoris Jenkins 2012[1]:s-15
  • Most interceptions returned for touchdowns, game: 2, by 31 players, most recently Zach Brown on December 30, 2012[1]:s-16
  • Most consecutive seasons with an interception returned for a touchdown: 6, Charles Woodson, Green Bay Packers, 2006–2011

Punting[.]

  • Most seasons leading league: 4, Sammy Baugh, 1940–43; Jerrel Wilson, 1965, 1968, 1972–73
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league: 4, Sammy Baugh, 1940–43

Punts[.]

  • Most punts, career: 1,713, Jeff Feagles 1988–2009[1]:s-16
  • Most punts, season: 114, Bob Parsons, 1981 and Chad Stanley, 2002[1]:s-16
  • Most punts, rookie, season: 111, Brad Maynard 1997[1]:s-16
  • Most punts, game: 16, Leo Araguz on October 11, 1998[1]:s-16
  • Longest punt: 98 yards, Steve O’Neal on September 21, 1969[1]:s-16

Punting yards[.]

  • Most punting yardage, career: 71,211, Jeff Feagles, 1988–2009[448]
  • Most punting yardage, season: 4,968, Andy Lee, 2007[449]
  • Most punting yardage, rookie, season: 4,531, Brad Maynard, 1997
  • Most punting yardage, game: 709, Leo Araguz on October 11, 1998

Average punting yards[.]

  • Highest average, punting, career (minimum 250 punts): 47.47 (1,192 punts for 56,580 yards), Shane Lechler, 2000–present[1]:s-16
  • Highest average, punting, season (among qualified players): 51.40 (35 punts for 1,799 yards), Sammy Baugh, 1940[1]:s-16
  • Highest average, punting, rookie, season (among qualified players): 47.84 (91 punts for 4,353 yards), Bryan Anger, 2012[1]:s-16
  • Highest average, punting, game (minimum 4 punts): 61.75 (4 punts for 247 yards), Bob Cifers on November 24, 1946[1]:s-16

Average net punting yards[.]

Net average has been compiled since 1976.[1]:s-16

  • Highest net average, career (minimum 250 punts): 41.1 (488 punts for 22,497 net yards), Pat McAfee, 2009–present[1][450]
  • Highest net average, season (among qualified players): 44.23 (78 punts for 3,450 net yards), John Hekker, 2013[451]
  • Highest net average, rookie, season (among qualified players): 40.85 (92 punts for 3,758 net yards), Bryan Anger, 2012[1]:s-17
  • Highest net average game (minimum 4 punts): 59.50 (4 punts for 238 net yards), Rohn Stark on September 13, 1992[1]:s-17

Punts had blocked[.]

  • Most consecutive punts, none blocked: 1,177, Chris Gardocki, 1992–2006[1]:s-17
  • Most punts had blocked, career: 14; Herman Weaver, 1970–80; Harry Newsome, 1985–93[1]:s-17
  • Most punts had blocked, season: 6, Harry Newsome, 1988[1]:s-17

Punts inside the 20[.]

Punts inside the 20 have been compiled since 1976.[1]:s-17

  • Most punts inside the 20, career: 554, Jeff Feagles, 1988–2009[1]:s-17
  • Most punts inside the 20, season: 46, Dave Zastudil, 2012[1]:s-17
  • Most punts inside the 20, game: 8; Mark Royals on November 6, 1994; Bryan Barker on November 14, 1999[1]:s-17

Punt returns[.]

Punt return attempts[.]

  • Most seasons leading league in number of punt returns: 3, Les “Speedy” Duncan, 1965–66, 1971; Rick Upchurch, 1976, 1978, 1982[1]:s-17
  • Most punt returns, career: 463, Brian Mitchell, 1990–2003[1]:s-17
  • Most punt returns without a touchdown, career: 262, Wes Welker, 2004–present
  • Most punt returns, season: 70, Danny Reece, 1979[1]:s-17
  • Most punt returns, rookie, season: 57, Lew Barnes, 1986[1]:s-17
  • Most punt returns, game: 11, Eddie Brown on October 9, 1977[1]:s-17

Fair catches[.]

  • Most fair catches, career: 231, Brian Mitchell, 1990–2003[1]:s-18
  • Most fair catches, season: 36, Jeremy Kerley, 2012
  • Most fair catches, game: 7; Bake Turner on November 20, 1966, Lem Barney on November 21, 1976, Bobby Morse on December 27, 1967 and Chris Carr on November 16, 2008[1]:s-18

Punt return yards[.]

  • Most seasons leading league: 3, Alvin Haymond, 1965–66, 1969[1]:s-18
  • Most yards gained, career: 4,999, Brian Mitchell, 1990–2003[1]:s-18
  • Most yards gained, season: 875, Desmond Howard, 1996[1]:s-18
  • Most yards gained with zero fumbles, season: 578, Jermaine Lewis, 2000
  • Most yards gained, rookie, season: 699, Patrick Peterson, Arizona Cardinals, 2011[1]:s-18
  • Most yards gained, game: 207, LeRoy Irvin on October 11, 1981[1]:s-18
  • Longest Punt return: 103, Robert Bailey on October 23, 1994[1]:s-18

Average punt return yards[.]

  • Highest average yardage, career (minimum 75 returns): 12.78 (112 returns for 1,431 yards), George McAfee, 1940–1950[1]:s-18
  • Highest average yardage, season (among qualified players): 23.00, Herb Rich, 1950[1]:s-18
  • Highest average yardage, highest average, season, rookie (among qualified players): 23.00, Herb Rich, 1950[1]:s-18
  • Highest average yardage, game (minimum 3 returns): 53.33, Darius Reynaud on December 30, 2012[1]:s-18

Punt return touchdowns[.]

  • Most punts returned for touchdown, career: 14 Devin Hester, Chicago Bears, 2006–2013, Atlanta Falcons, 2014–present[1]:s-19[452]
  • Most punts returned for touchdown, season: 4; Jack Christiansen, 1951; Rick Upchurch, 1976; Devin Hester, 2007; Patrick Peterson, 2011[1]:s-19
  • Most punts returned for touchdown, rookie, season: 4, Jack Christiansen, 1951; Patrick Peterson, 2011[1]:s-19
  • Most punts returned for touchdown, game: 2, 16 times by 13 players, most recently Darius Reynaud on December 30, 2012[1]:s-19
  • Most games with two or more punts returned for touchdowns: 2; Jack Christiansen October 14, 1951 and November 22, 1951; Eric Metcalf October 24, 1993 and November 2, 1997; Jermaine Lewis December 7, 1997 and December 24, 2000[1]:s-19

Kickoff returns[.]

Kickoff return attempts[.]

  • Most seasons leading league: 3, Abe Woodson, 1959, 1962–63[1]:s-19
  • Most kickoff returns, career: 607, Brian Mitchell, 1990–2003[1]:s-19
  • Most kickoff returns, season: 82, MarTay Jenkins, 2000[1]:s-19
  • Most kickoff returns, rookie, season: 73; Josh Scobey 2003; Chris Carr, 2005[1]:s-19
  • Most kickoff returns, game: 10, Desmond Howard on October 26, 1997 and Richard Alston on November 28, 2004[1]:s-19

Kickoff return yards[.]

  • Most seasons leading league: 3; Bruce Harper, 1977–79; Tyrone Hughes, 1994–96[1]:s-19
  • Most yards gained, career: 14,014, Brian Mitchell, 1990–2003[1]:s-20
  • Most yards gained, season: 2,186, MarTay Jenkins, 2000[1]:s-20
  • Most yards gained with zero fumbles, season: 1,684, Josh Scobey, 2003
  • Most yards gained, rookie, season: 1,752, Chris Carr, 2005[1]:s-20
  • Most yards gained, game: 304, Tyrone Hughes on October 23, 1994[1]:s-20
  • Longest kickoff return: 109 yards, Cordarrelle Patterson on October 27, 2013[453]

Average kickoff return yards[.]

  • Highest average, career (minimum 75 returns): 30.56 (91 returns for 2,781 yards), Gale Sayers, 1965–71[1]:s-20
  • Highest average, season (among qualified players): 41.06 (18 returns for 739 yards), Travis Williams, 1967[1]:s-20
  • Highest average, rookie, season (among qualified players): 41.06 (18 returns for 739 yards), Travis Williams, 1967[1]:s-20
  • Highest average, game (minimum 3 returns): 73.50 (4 returns for 294 yards), Wally Triplett on October 29, 1950[1]:s-20

Kickoff return touchdowns[.]

  • Most touchdowns, career: 8, Josh Cribbs, 2005–present, Leon Washington, 2006–present[1]:s-20
  • Most touchdowns, season: 4; Travis Williams, 1967; Cecil Turner, 1970[1]:s-20
  • Most touchdowns, rookie season: 4, Travis Williams, 1967[1]:s-20
  • Kickoff returns, most touchdowns, game: 2; by 10 players, most recently Leon Washington on September 26, 2010.[1]:s-20

Combined kick/punt returns[.]

  • Most seasons leading the league in combined returns: 3, Vai Sikahema, 1987, 1989, 1992
  • Most combined kick returns, career: 1,070 (463 punt, 607 kickoff), Brian Mitchell, 1990–2003[1]:s-20
  • Most combined kick returns without a touchdown, career: 404, Chris Carr, 2005–2013
  • Most combined kick returns, season: 114; Michael Lewis, 2002 (44 punt, 70 kickoff); B. J. Sams, 2004 (55 punt, 59 kickoff)[1]:s-21
  • Most combined kick returns, rookie, season: 114 (55 punt, 59 kickoff), B. J. Sams, 2004[1]:s-21 [454]
  • Most combined kick returns, game: 13; Stump Mitchell on October 18, 1981 (6 punt, 7 kickoff) and Ronnie Harris on December 5, 1993 (10 punt, 3 kickoff)[1]:s-21

Kick/punt return yards[.]

  • Most seasons leading the league in combined return yards: 3, Tyrone Hughes 1993, 1995, 1996; Mel Gray 1990–1992, Vai Sikahema, 1986–1987, 1989
  • Most consecutive seasons leading the league in combined return yards: 3, Mel Gray 1990–1992
  • Most yards returned, career: 19,013 (4,999 punt, 14,014 kickoff), Brian Mitchell, 1990–2003[1]:s-21
  • Most yards returned, season: 2,432 (625 punt, 1,807 kickoff), Michael Lewis, 2002[1]:s-21
  • Most yards returned with zero fumbles, season: 1,911, Glyn Milburn, 1996
  • Most yards returned, rookie, season: 1,938, Chris Carr, 2005
  • Most yards returned, game: 347 (43 punt, 304 kickoff), Tyrone Hughes on October 23, 1994[1]:s-21

Kick/punt return touchdowns[.]

  • Most touchdowns, career: 19 (14 punt, 5 kickoff), Devin Hester, 2006–2014[1]:s-21[452]
  • Most touchdowns, season: 6 (4 punt, 2 kickoff), Devin Hester, 2007[1]:s-21
  • Most touchdowns, rookie, season: 5 (3 punt, 2 kickoff), Devin Hester, 2006[1]:s-21 [455]
  • Most touchdowns, game (any combination of kickoff and punt returns): 2; 39 times by 33 players, most recently Jeremy Ross on December 8, 2013 (1 punt, 1 kickoff)[1]:s-21–s-22
  • Most touchdowns, game (with both a kickoff and a punt for a TD) : 2; by 13 players, most recently Jeremy Ross on December 8, 2013[1]:s-21–s-22

Fumbles[.]

  • Most fumbles, career: 166, Brett Favre, 1991–2010[1]:s-22 [456]
  • Most fumbles, season: 23; Kerry Collins, 2001; Daunte Culpepper, 2002[1]:s-22
  • Most fumbles, game: 7, Len Dawson, November 15, 1964[1]:s-22

Fumbles recovered[.]

  • Most fumbles recovered, career, own and opponents’ : 56 (all own), Warren Moon, 1984–2000[1]:s-22
  • Most fumbles recovered, season, own and opponents’ : 12 (all own), David Carr, 2002[1]:s-22
  • Most fumbles recovered, game, own and opponents’ : 4,[1]:s-22

Otto Graham on October 25, 1953 (all own)

Sam Etcheverry on September 17, 1961 (all own)

Roman Gabriel on October 12, 1969 (all own)

Joe Ferguson on September 18, 1977 (all own)

Randall Cunningham on November 30, 1986 (all own)

Tony Romo on September 26, 2011 (all own)

Patrick Peterson on September 30, 2012 (3 own, 1 opponent’s)

Matthew Stafford on 2013 (all own)

Own fumbles recovered[.]

  • Most own fumbles recovered, career: 56, Warren Moon, 1984–2000[1]:s-22
  • Most own fumbles recovered, season: 12, David Carr, 2002[1]:s-22
  • Most own fumbles recovered, game: 4,[1]:s-22

Otto Graham on October 25, 1953

Sam Etcheverry on September 17, 1961

Roman Gabriel on October 12, 1969

Joe Ferguson on September 18, 1977

Randall Cunningham on November 30, 1986

Tony Romo on September 26, 2011

Matthew Stafford on 2013

Opponent fumbles recovered[.]

  • Most opponents’ fumbles recovered, career: 30; Jim Marshall, 1960–1979[1]:s-23
  • Most opponents’ fumbles recovered, season: 9, Don Hultz, 1963[1]:s-23
  • Most opponents’ fumbles recovered, game: 3, by 15 players, most recently Brian Young on November 9, 2003[1]:s-23

Fumble return yards[.]

  • Longest fumble return: 104; Jack Tatum on September 24, 1972; Aeneas Williams on November 5, 2000[1]:s-23
  • Fumble return yards, career: 328, DeAngelo Hall 2004–present[457]
  • Fumble return yards, season: 157, Dwayne Rudd, 1998[458]
  • Fumble return yards, rookie season: 98, Toby Wright, 1994
  • Fumble return yards, game: 104; Jack Tatum on September 24, 1972; Aeneas Williams on November 5, 2000

Fumble return touchdowns[.]

  • Most fumble return touchdowns, career (total): 6, Jason Taylor; 1997–2011[1]:s-23
  • Most fumble return touchdowns, season (total): 2; by 41 players, most recently Bobby Wagner 2015[1]:s-23
  • Most fumble return touchdowns, career (own recovered): 2; by 9 players, most recently Kevin Curtis 2003–2010[1]:s-23
  • Most fumble return touchdowns, season (own recovered): 2; Ahmad Rashad, 1974; Del Rodgers, 1982, Kevin Curtis 2007[1]:s-23
  • Most fumble return touchdowns, career (Opponents’ recovered): 6, Jason Taylor; 1997–2011[1]:s-23
  • Most fumble return touchdowns, season (Opponents’ recovered): 2; by 38 Players, most recently Bobby Wagner 2015[1]:s-23
  • Most fumble return touchdowns, game (Opponents’ recovered): 2, Fred “Dippy” Evans, November 28, 1948; Al Nesser, Oct 3, 1920α [1]:s-24

Fumbles forced[.]

Note: Forced fumbles are not an official NFL statistic and even unofficial numbers prior to 1991 are not available.[459][460]

  • Most fumbles forced, season: 10; Osi Umenyiora, 2010;[461] Charles Tillman, 2012[459]

Tackles[.]

  • Most solo tackles, career: 1640, Jessie Tuggle, 1987–2000[462]
  • Most solo tackles, season: 217, Steve Towle, 1976[463]
  • Most solo tackles, rookie season: 164, Steve Towle, 1975[463]
  • Most solo tackles, game: 16, by six players, most recently Chris Borland, 2014[464]

Sacks[.]

Quarterback sack statistics have been compiled only since 1982

  • Most seasons leading league: 2;[1]:s-24[465]

Mark Gastineau, 1983–84

Reggie White, 1987–88

Kevin Greene, 1994, 96

Michael Strahan, 2001, 2003

DeMarcus Ware, 2008, 2010

Jared Allen, 2007, 2011

J.J. Watt, 2012, 2015

  • Most consecutive seasons leading league: 2;[1]:s-24[465]

Mark Gastineau, 1983–84

Reggie White, 1987–88

  • Most sacks, career: 200, Bruce Smith, 1985–2003[1]:s-24[466]
  • Most sacks, season: 22.5, Michael Strahan, 2001[1]:s-24[467]
  • Most sacks, rookie, season: 14.5, Jevon Kearse, 1999[1]:s-25
  • Most sacks, game: 7.0, Derrick Thomas on November 11, 1990[1]:s-24[468]
  • Most seasons, 1+ sacks: 19, Bruce Smith, 1985–2003
  • Most seasons, 10+ sacks: 13, Bruce Smith, 1986–90, 1992–98, 2000[1]:s-24
  • Most consecutive seasons, 10+ sacks: 9, Reggie White, 1985–93[1]:s-24
  • Most consecutive games, sack: 11, Jared Allen, 2011–2012
  • Most seasons, 20+ sacks: 2, J.J. Watt, 2012, 2014

Records in a single decade[.]

  • All-purpose yards: 16,900, Brian Mitchell 1990–1999
  • Yards from scrimmage: 16,691, Emmitt Smith 1990–1999
  • Rushing yards: 13,963, Emmitt Smith 1990–1999
  • Rushing touchdowns: 138, LaDainian Tomlinson 2000–2009
  • Rushing attempts: 3,243, Emmitt Smith 1990–1999
  • Receptions: 868, Torry Holt 2000–2009
  • Receiving yards: 12,594, Torry Holt 2000–2009
  • Touchdown receptions: 120, Randy Moss 2000–2009
  • Passing yards: 42,414, Drew Brees 2003–2012
  • Completions: 3,700, Drew Brees 2003–2012
  • Touchdown passes: 314, Peyton Manning 2000–2009
  • Pass attempts: 5,596, Drew Brees 2003–2012
  • Pass interceptions: 176, Brett Favre 2000–2009
  • Points: 1,169, David Akers 2000–2009
  • Interceptions: 59, Emlen Tunnell 1950–1959
  • Interception yards: 1,330, Darren Sharper 2000–2009
  • Interception returns for touchdowns: 9, Darren Sharper 2000–2009

Records in a single month[.]

  • Rushing yards: 861, Adrian Peterson December 2012
  • Rushing attempts: 141, Ernest Byner December 1990
  • Rushing touchdowns: 12, LaDainian Tomlinson November 2006
  • Receiving yards: 822, Charley Hennigan December 1961
  • Games with 90+ Receiving yards, rookie: 5, Odell Beckham November 2014
  • Receptions: 49, Calvin Johnson December 2012
  • Receiving touchdowns: 10, Jerry Rice November 1987, Don Hutson November 1942
  • All-purpose yards: 970, Terry Metcalf November 1975
  • Yards from scrimmage: 968, Chris Johnson November 2009
  • Passing yards: 1,755, Peyton Manning December 2013
  • Passing touchdowns: 20, Tom Brady, October 2007
  • Completion percentage (minimum 75 attempts): 81.8, Peyton Manning December 2008
  • Passer rating (minimum 75 attempts): 150.3, Steve Young November 1993
  • Touchdowns: 13, LaDainian Tomlinson November 2006
  • Field Goals: 20, Olindo Mare October 1999
  • PATs: 28, Stephen Gostkowski October 2007
  • Points: 78, LaDainian Tomlinson November 2006
  • Sacks: 9.5, Chris Doleman November 1987, Michael Strahan December 2001
  • Fumble return yards: 119, Erik McMillan October 1989
  • Interceptions: 8, Tom Morrow September 1963
  • Interception return yards: 197, Charles McNeil September 1961
  • Interceptions returned for touchdowns: 3, Ken Houston December 1971, Eric Allen December 2000
  • Punt return yards: 350, Desmond Howard December 1996
  • Punt returns for touchdowns: 3, Eric Metcalf November 1997
  • Kickoff return yards: 759, Jerome Mathis October 2005
  • Kickoffs returned for touchdowns: 3, Andre Davis December 2007
  • Combined punt and kickoff return yards: 786, Michael Lewis October 2002

Overtime Records[.]

  • Most overtime field goals, career: 10, Adam Vinatieri 1996–2015
  • Longest overtime field goal: 57 yards, Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland Raiders vs. New York Jets Oct 19, 2008
  • Most overtime touchdowns, career: 3, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–2011
  • Most overtime rushing touchdowns, career: 3, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–2011
  • Most overtime touchdown passes, career: 4, Drew Bledsoe 1993–2006
  • Longest overtime touchdown pass/reception: 99 yards, Ron Jaworski to Mike Quick, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Atlanta Falcons Nov 10, 1985
  • Longest overtime rushing touchdown: 96 yards, Garrison Hearst, San Francisco 49ers vs. New York Jets Sep 6, 1998
  • Longest overtime interception returned for a touchdown: 72 yards, Lorenzo Lynch, Arizona Cardinals vs. Seattle Seahawks Oct 29, 1995
  • Longest overtime kickoff returned for a touchdown: 96 yards, Chad Morton, New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills Sep 8, 2002
  • Longest overtime fumble returned for a touchdown: 52 yards, Johnie Cooks, Baltimore Colts vs. New England Patriots Sep 4, 1983
  • Longest overtime punt returned for a touchdown: 99 yards, Patrick Peterson, Arizona Cardinals vs. St. Louis Rams Nov 6, 2011[469]
  • Shortest overtime game: 11 seconds, Tim Tebow to Demaryius Thomas for 80 yards, Denver Broncos vs. Pittsburgh Steelers; Jan 8, 2012 (playoffs)
  • Shortest regular season overtime game: 13 seconds, Drew Brees to C. J. Spiller for 80 yards, New Orleans Saints vs. Dallas Cowboys; Oct. 4, 2015
  • Longest overtime game: 22 minutes, 40 seconds, Garo Yepremian 37 yard field goal, Miami Dolphins vs. Kansas City Chiefs; Dec 25, 1971 (playoffs)[470]

Miscellaneous[.]

  • Most return (of a punt, kickoff, interception, fumble, missed field goal, blocked punt/field goal) touchdowns: 20, Devin Hester 2006–present[452]
  • Most return (of a punt, kick, interception or fumble) touchdowns, including postseason: 21, Devin Hester 2006–present[452][471]
  • Longest play: 109 yards, Antonio Cromartie on November 4, 2007 (return of a missed field goal),[472] Cordarrelle Patterson on October 27, 2013 (kickoff return)[453]
  • Most blocked kicks (field goals/PATs/punts): 25, Ted Hendricks, 1969–1983
  • Longest return of a missed field goal: 109 yards, Antonio Cromartie on November 4, 2007[1]:s-24 [472]
  • Most missed field goal returns for touchdowns: 2, Al Nelson 1965–1973, Carl Taseff 1951–1962
  • Longest return of a blocked field goal: 94 yards, Bobby Smith Oct 25, 1964
  • Most blocked field goal returns for touchdowns: 2, Kyle Arrington 2010–2014, Nate Clements 2008–2009, Kevin Ross 1987–1995
  • Longest return of a blocked punt: 67 yards, Frank Filchock Sep 28, 1941
  • Most blocked punt returns for touchdowns: 3, Ed Reed 2002–2013, Tom Flynn 1984–1988
  • Oldest player: 48, George Blanda, 1975[473]
  • Only player to throw and catch a pass for a touchdown in the same play: 3 yards, Brad Johnson Oct 12, 1997

Starts/games played[.]

Note: These records are not listed in the NFL Record and Fact Book.

For a more detailed list of consecutive starts and games played, see List of most consecutive starts and games played by National Football League players.

  • Most games played, career: 382, Morten Andersen, 1982–2004, 2006–2007[474]
  • Most games played, one team: 327, Jason Hanson, Detroit Lions, 1992–2012[474]
  • Most starts, career: 298, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[475]
  • Most starts, career, one team: 292, Bruce Matthews, 1983–2001[475]
  • Most consecutive games played: 352 (363 including playoffs), Jeff Feagles, 1988–2009 [476]
  • Most consecutive starts: 297 (321 including playoffs), Brett Favre, 1992–2010[477]
  • Most consecutive starts to begin a career: 208 (227 including playoffs) Peyton Manning, 1998–2011 [478]
  • Most consecutive starts to begin a career, including playoffs: 231 (207 regular season; 24 playoffs) Gene Upshaw, 1967–1981
  • Most consecutive starts by a quarterback: 297 (321 including playoffs), Brett Favre, 1992–2010[477]
  • Most consecutive starts by a receiver: 176 (185 including playoffs), Tim Brown, 1992–2003
  • Most consecutive starts by a running back: 170 (178 including playoffs), Walter Payton, 1975–1987
  • Most consecutive starts by an offensive lineman: 240 (259 including playoffs), Mick Tingelhoff, 1962–1979
  • Most consecutive starts by a defensive lineman: 270 (289 including playoffs), Jim Marshall, 1961–1978
  • Most consecutive starts by a linebacker: 215 (221 including playoffs), London Fletcher, 2000–2013
  • Most consecutive starts by a defensive back: 215 (224 including playoffs), Ronde Barber, 1999–2012

QB Wins[.]

Note: These records are not listed in NFL Record and Fact Book

  • Most career wins, regular season plus post season, by a starting quarterback: 200, Peyton Manning, 1998–2016.
  • Most career wins, regular season, by a starting quarterback: 186, Brett Favre, 1991–2010; Peyton Manning, 1998–2015.
  • Most career wins, regular season, by a starting quarterback, single team: 172, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2000–2015.
  • Most career wins, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 22, Tom Brady, 2001–2016.
  • Most consecutive wins, regular season, by a starting quarterback: 23, Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts, 2008–2009
  • Most consecutive wins, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 10, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2001, 2003–2005
  • Most consecutive wins, regular season, to start a career for an NFL quarterback: 15, Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers, 2004–2005
  • Most consecutive wins to start a career, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 10, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2001, 2003–2005
  • Most consecutive wins, regular season and post-season, by a starting quarterback: 25, Jim McMahon, Chicago Bears, 1984–1987
  • Most consecutive home wins, regular season and post-season, by a starting quarterback: 29, Brett Favre, Green Bay Packers, 1995–1998[479][480][481][482][483]
  • Most consecutive home wins, regular season, by a starting quarterback: 31, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2006–2011
  • Most consecutive home wins, regular season, to start a career for an NFL quarterback: 15, Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams, 1999–2001
  • Most consecutive home wins, regular season and post-season to start a career for an NFL quarterback: 17, Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams, 1999–2001
  • Most consecutive road wins, regular season and post-season, by a starting quarterback: 19, Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers, 1988–1990; Kansas City Chiefs, 1993
  • Most consecutive road wins, regular season, by a starting quarterback: 18, Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers, 1988–1990, Kansas City Chiefs, 1993
  • Most road wins in a season, regular season, by a starting quarterback: 8, Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers, 1990; Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams, 2001; Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2007; Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys, 2014
  • Most consecutive road wins in a season, regular season and post-season, by a starting quarterback: 10, Eli Manning, New York Giants, 2007
  • Most road wins in a season, regular season and post-season, by a starting quarterback: 10, Eli Manning, New York Giants, 2007
  • Most road wins in a season, regular season, for a starting rookie NFL quarterback: 6, Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers, 2004
  • Most home wins in a season, regular season, for a starting rookie NFL quarterback: 8, Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks, 2012
  • Most road wins in a season, regular season and postseason, for a starting rookie NFL quarterback: 7, Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens, 2008
  • Most wins in a season, regular season and post-season, by a starting quarterback: 18, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2007
  • Most wins in a season, regular season, by a starting quarterback: 16, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2007
  • Most consecutive wins, regular season, by a rookie starting quarterback: 13, Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers, 2004
  • Most wins in a season, regular season and post-season, by a rookie starting quarterback: 14, Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers, 2004
  • Most wins in a season, post-season, by a rookie starting quarterback: 2, Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens, 2008; Mark Sanchez, New York Jets, 2009
  • Most career home wins, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 15, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2001–2016.
  • Most career home wins with no losses, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 7, Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams/Arizona Cardinals 1999–2009
  • Most consecutive home wins, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 8, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2001–2007; Jim Kelly, Buffalo Bills 1988, 1990–1991, 1993, 1995
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1+ postseason win, by a starting quarterback: 6, Troy Aikman, Dallas Cowboys, 1991–1996
  • Most career road wins, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 7, Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens, 2008–2010, 2012, 2014
  • Most consecutive career road wins, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 5, Eli Manning, New York Giants 2007, 2011
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1+ postseason win on the road, by a starting quarterback: 3, Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens, 2008–2010
  • Most consecutive seasons, 2+ postseason wins on the road, by a starting quarterback: 2, Mark Sanchez, New York Jets, 2009–2010
  • Most regular season and postseason wins by a starting quarterback in one stadium: 105, Tom Brady, Gillette Stadium, 2002–2015; John Elway, Mile High, 1983–1998
  • Most regular season and post season home wins with one team by a starting quarterback: 112, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2001–2015
  • Most regular season home wins with one team by a starting quarterback: 97, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2001–2015
  • Most road wins by a starting quarterback: 85, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015
  • Most wins in different NFL stadiums: 35, Tom Brady, 2001–2015
  • Most wins over NFL teams: 32, Brett Favre and Peyton Manning[484][485]
  • Most wins against a single opponent, regular season and post-season, by a starting quarterback: 28, Brett Favre, Green Bay Packers, 1992–2007 Minnesota Vikings, 2009–2010 vs. Detroit Lions[486][487][488]
  • Most home wins against a single opponent, regular season and post-season, by a starting quarterback: 19, Brett Favre, Green Bay Packers, 1992–2007 Minnesota Vikings, 2009–2010 vs. Detroit Lions[486][488]
  • Most consecutive wins against a single opponent, regular season and post-season, by a starting quarterback: 13, Steve Young, San Francisco 49ers, vs. Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams, 1987, 1991–1998; Tom Brady, New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills, 2003–2010
  • Most consecutive wins to start a career against a single opponent, regular season and post-season, by a starting quarterback: 11, Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens, 2008–2013 vs. Cleveland Browns
  • Most consecutive wins against a single opponent, regular season and post season, at home, by a starting quarterback: 19, Brett Favre, Green Bay Packers/Minnesota Vikings vs. Detroit Lions, 1992–2010
  • Most wins against a single opponent, regular season (and post season), on the road, by a starting quarterback: 13, Brett Favre, vs. Chicago Bears, 1992–2006
  • Most consecutive wins against a single opponent, regular season (and post season), on the road, by a starting quarterback: 11, Brett Favre, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears, 1994–Jan. 2, 2005[489]
  • Fewest wins in a regular season by a starting quarterback who won the Super Bowl: 0, Doug Williams, Washington Redskins 1987
  • Oldest starting quarterback to win a playoff game: Brett Favre (Dallas in the 2009 Divisional Playoff game; 40 years and 99 days)[490]

QB Losses[.]

Note: These records are not listed in NFL Record and Fact Book

  • Most career losses, regular season, by a starting quarterback: 123, Vinny Testaverde, 1987–2007
  • Most career losses, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 13, Peyton Manning, 1999–2016.
  • Most career road losses, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 7, Brett Favre, 1993–2009[491]
  • Most career home losses, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 6, Peyton Manning, 1999–2016.
  • Most consecutive losses, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 4, Y.A. Tittle, 1957, 1961–1963; Warren Moon 1991–1994; Andy Dalton 2011–2014
  • Most consecutive road losses, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 6, Dave Krieg, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1992–1994
  • Most consecutive road losses by a starting quarterback: 14, Steve DeBerg, 1978–1979
  • Most consecutive home losses by a starting quarterback: 10, Archie Manning, 1979–1980; Chris Weinke, 2001–2002, 2006
  • Most road losses in a season, by a rookie starting quarterback: 8, Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts 1998; Derek Carr, Oakland Raiders, 2014
  • Most losses in a season, by a starting quarterback: 15, Archie Manning, New Orleans Saints, 1980; Jeff George, Indianapolis Colts, 1991
  • Most consecutive losses, by a rookie starting quarterback: 14, Chris Weinke, Carolina Panthers, 2001
  • Most losses in a season, by a rookie starting quarterback: 14, Chris Weinke, Carolina Panthers, 2001
  • Most consecutive losses in a season, by a starting quarterback: 14, Chris Weinke, Carolina Panthers, 2001; Archie Manning, New Orleans Saints, 1980
  • Most consecutive losses to start a season, by a starting quarterback: 14, Archie Manning, New Orleans Saints, 1980
  • Most consecutive losses to finish a season, by a starting quarterback: 14, Chris Weinke, Carolina Panthers, 2001
  • Most consecutive losses by a starting quarterback: 20, Dan Pastorini, Houston Oilers, 1972–1974
  • Most consecutive losses by a starting quarterback, regular season, to start a career: 11, Troy Aikman, Dallas Cowboys, 1989; Stan Gelbaugh, 1990–1991
  • Most consecutive games without a win by a starting quarterback, regular season, to start a career: 13, Norm Snead (1 tie, 12 losses)
  • Most consecutive road losses by a starting quarterback, regular season, to start a career: 13, Joey Harrington, Detroit Lions, 2002–2003; David Klingler, Cincinnati Bengals, 1992–1994
  • Most losses during the regular season by a starting quarterback who won the Super Bowl: 7, Eli Manning, New York Giants, 2012

Professional football firsts[.]

Rushing[.]

  • First 1,000 yard rushing season: Beattie Feathers, 1,004 rushing yards, Chicago Bears, 1934 [492][unreliable source?]
  • First 1,500 yard rushing season: Jim Brown, 1,527 rushing yards, Cleveland Browns, 1958
  • First 2,000 yard rushing season: O.J. Simpson, 2,003 rushing yards, Buffalo Bills, 1973 (14-game season) [493][unreliable source?]
  • First 15 rushing touchdown season: Steve Van Buren, 15 rushing touchdowns, Philadelphia, 1945 [494]
  • First 20 rushing touchdown season: John Riggins, 24 rushing touchdowns, Washington Redskins, 1983
  • First 25 rushing touchdown season: Emmitt Smith, 25 rushing touchdowns, Dallas Cowboys, 1995
  • First 200 rush attempt season: Tuffy Leemans, 206 rush attempts, New York Giants, 1936
  • First 300 rush attempt season: Jim Brown, 305 rush attempts, Cleveland Browns, 1961
  • First 400 rush attempt season: James Wilder, 407 rush attempts, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1984
  • First 200 yard rushing game: Cliff Battles, 215 rushing yards, Boston Braves vs. New York Giants; Oct 8, 1933 [495]
  • First 250 yard rushing game: Spec Sanders, 250 rushing yards, New York Yankees vs. Chicago Rockets; Oct 24, 1947
  • First 5 rushing touchdown game: Jimmy Conzelman, 5 rushing touchdowns, Rock Island vs. Evansville; Oct 15, 1922α
  • First 6 rushing touchdown game: Ernie Nevers, 6 rushing touchdowns, Chicago Cardinals vs. Chicago Bears; Nov 28, 1929α
  • First 40 rushing attempt game: Lydell Mitchell, 40 rushing attempts, Baltimore Colts vs. New York Jets; October 20, 1974

Passing[.]

  • First 1,000 yard passing season: Curly Lambeau, 1,094 passing yards, Green Bay Packers, 1924α [496]
  • First 1,500 yard passing season: Cecil Isbell, 2,021 passing yards, Green Bay Packers, 1942[497]
  • First 2,000 yard passing season: Cecil Isbell, 2,021 passing yards, Green Bay Packers, 1942[497]
  • First 2,500 yard passing season: Sammy Baugh, 2,938 passing yards, Washington Redskins, 1947[497]
  • First 3,000 yard passing season: Johnny Unitas, 3,099 passing yards, Baltimore Colts, 1960[497]
  • First 3,500 yard passing season: Sonny Jurgensen, 3,723 passing yards, Washington Redskins, 1961[497]
  • First 4,000 yard passing season: Joe Namath, 4,007 passing yards, New York Jets, 1967[497]
  • First 4,500 yard passing season: Dan Fouts, 4,715 passing yards, San Diego Chargers, 1981[497]
  • First 5,000 yard passing season: Dan Marino, 5,084 passing yards, Miami Dolphins, 1984[497]
  • First 300 completion season: Fran Tarkenton, 345 completions, Minnesota Vikings, 1978
  • First 350 completion season: Dan Fouts, 360 completions, San Diego Chargers, 1981
  • First 400 completion season: Warren Moon, 404 completions, Houston Oilers, 1991
  • First 450 completion season: Peyton Manning, 450 completions, Indianapolis Colts, 2010
  • First 20 touchdown pass season: Benny Friedman, 20 touchdown passes, New York Giants, 1929α
  • First 30 touchdown pass season: Johnny Unitas, 32 touchdown passes, Baltimore Colts, 1959
  • First 40 touchdown pass season: Dan Marino, 48 touchdown passes, Miami Dolphins, 1984
  • First 50 touchdown pass season: Tom Brady, 50 touchdown passes, New England Patriots, 2007
  • First 400 yard passing game: Sid Luckman, 433 passing yards, Chicago Bears vs. New York Giants; Nov 14, 1943
  • First 500 yard passing game: Norm Van Brocklin, 554 passing yards, Los Angeles Rams vs. New York Yanks; Sep 28, 1951
  • First 40 completion game: Richard Todd, 42 completions, New York Jets vs. San Francisco 49ers; Sep 21, 1980
  • First 4 touchdown pass game: Benny Friedman[498]
  • First 5 touchdown pass game:
  • First 6 touchdown pass game: Sammy Baugh, Washington Redskins vs. Brooklyn Dodgers; Oct 31, 1943
  • First 7 touchdown pass game: Sid Luckman, Chicago Bears vs. New York Giants; Nov 14, 1943
  • First player with 100 career touchdown passes: Sammy Baugh
  • First player with 200 career touchdown passes: Y.A. Tittle
  • First player with 300 career touchdown passes: Fran Tarkenton
  • First player with 400 career touchdown passes: Dan Marino
  • First player with 500 career touchdown passes: Brett Favre[499][500]
  • First player with 10,000 career passing yards: Sammy Baugh
  • First player with 20,000 career passing yards: Sammy Baugh
  • First player with 30,000 career passing yards: Johnny Unitas
  • First player with 40,000 career passing yards: Johnny Unitas
  • First player with 50,000 career passing yards: Dan Marino
  • First player with 60,000 career passing yards: Dan Marino
  • First player with 70,000 career passing yards: Brett Favre[499][500]
  • First player with 1,000 career pass completions: Bobby Layne
  • First player with 2,000 career pass completions: Y.A. Tittle
  • First player with 3,000 career pass completions: Fran Tarkenton
  • First player with 4,000 career pass completions: Dan Marino
  • First player with 5,000 career pass completions: Brett Favre[501]
  • First player with 6,000 career pass completions: Brett Favre[502]
  • First player with 1,000 career pass attempts: Arnie Herber
  • First player with 2,000 career pass attempts: Sammy Baugh
  • First player with 3,000 career pass attempts: Bobby Layne
  • First player with 4,000 career pass attempts: Johnny Unitas
  • First player with 5,000 career pass attempts: Johnny Unitas
  • First player with 6,000 career pass attempts: Fran Tarkenton
  • First player with 7,000 career pass attempts: Dan Marino
  • First player with 8,000 career pass attempts: Dan Marino
  • First player with 9,000 career pass attempts: Brett Favre[503]
  • First player with 10,000 career pass attempts: Brett Favre[500]
  • First player with 100 career passing interceptions: Sammy Baugh
  • First player with 200 career passing interceptions: Sammy Baugh
  • First player with 300 career passing interceptions: Brett Favre[504]

Receiving[.]

  • First 50 reception season: Don Looney, 58 receptions, Philadelphia Eagles, 1940
  • First 100 reception season: Lionel Taylor, 100 receptions, Denver Broncos (American Football League), 1961
  • First 100 reception, season by an NFL Player: 106, Art Monk, 1984
  • First 14 reception game: Don Looney, 14 receptions, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins, December 1, 1940
  • First 15 reception game: Tom Fears, 18 receptions, Los Angeles Rams vs. Green Bay Packers; Dec 3, 1950
  • First 20 reception game: Terrell Owens, 20 receptions, San Francisco 49ers vs. Chicago Bears; Dec 17, 2000
  • First 10 touchdown reception season: Johnny McNally, 11 touchdown receptions, Green Bay Packers, 1931α
  • First 15 touchdown reception season: Don Hutson, 17 touchdown receptions, Green Bay Packers, 1942
  • First 20 touchdown reception season: Jerry Rice, 22 touchdown receptions, San Francisco, 1987
  • First 1,000 yard receiving season: Don Hutson, 1,211 receiving yards, Green Bay Packers, 1942
  • First 1,500 yard receiving season: Charley Hennigan, 1,746 receiving yards, Houston Oilers (American Football League), 1961
  • First 200 yard receiving game: Don Hutson, 209 receiving yards, Green Bay Packers; Oct 18, 1942
  • First 250 yard receiving game: Jim Benton, 303 receiving yards, Cleveland Browns vs. Detroit Lions; Nov 22, 1945[505]
  • First 300 yard receiving game: Jim Benton, 303 receiving yards, Cleveland Browns vs. Detroit Lions; Nov 22, 1945[505]
  • First 4 touchdown reception game: Don Hutson, 4 touchdown receptions, Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions; Oct 7, 1945
  • First 5 touchdown reception game: Bob Shaw, 5 touchdown receptions, Chicago Cardinals vs. Baltimore Colts; Oct 2, 1950

Scrimmage[.]

  • First 1,000 yards from Scrimmage season: Beattie Feathers, 1,178 yards from scrimmage, Chicago Bears, 1934
  • First 1,500 yards from Scrimmage season: Chet Mutryn, 1,617 yards from scrimmage, Buffalo Bills (AAFC), 1948 (not recognized as an NFL record)
  • First 2,000 yards from Scrimmage season: Jim Brown, 2,131 yards from scrimmage yards, Cleveland Browns, 1963
  • First 2,500 yards from Scrimmage season: Chris Johnson, 2,509 from scrimmage yards, Tennessee Titans, 2009 – only 2,500 yard season
  • First 300 yards from Scrimmage game: Jim Benton, 303 yards from scrimmage (all receiving), Cleveland Browns vs. Detroit Lions; Nov 22, 1945

Combined yards[.]

  • First 1,000 combined yards season: Beattie Feathers, 1,178 combined yards, Chicago Bears, 1934
  • First 1,500 combined yards season: Harry Clarke, 1,575 combined yards, Chicago Bears, 1943
  • First 2,000 combined yards season: Spec Sanders, 2,202 combined yards, New York Yanks, 1960
  • First 2,500 combined yards season: Lionel James, 2,535 combined yards, San Diego Chargers, 1985
  • First 300 combined yards game: Jim Benton, 303 combined yards, Cleveland Browns vs. Detroit Lions; Nov 22, 1945
  • First 350 combined yards game: Billy Cannon, 373 combined yards, Houston Oilers vs. New York Titans (American Football League); Dec 10, 1961
  • First 400 combined yards game: Glyn Milburn, 404 combined yards, Denver Broncos vs. Seattle Seahawks; Dec 10, 1995 – only 400 combined yard game

Touchdowns[.]

  • First 15 touchdown season: Don Hutson, 17 touchdowns, Green Bay Packers, 1942
  • First 20 touchdown season: Lenny Moore, 20 touchdowns, Baltimore Colts, 1964
  • First 25 touchdown season: Emmitt Smith, 25 touchdowns, Dallas Cowboys, 1995
  • First 30 touchdown season: LaDainian Tomlinson, 31 touchdowns, San Diego Chargers, 2006
  • First 5 touchdown game: Jimmy Conzelman, 5 touchdowns, Rock Island vs. Evansville; Oct 15, 1922α
  • First 6 touchdown game: Ernie Nevers, 6 touchdowns Chicago Cardinals vs. Chicago Bears; Nov 28, 1929α

Scoring[.]

  • First 100 point season: Don Hutson, 138 points, Green Bay Packers, 1942
  • First 150 point season: Paul Hornung, 176 points, Green Bay Packers, 1960
  • First 50 yard field goal, estimated: Paddy Driscoll, 50 to 55 yards, Chicago Cardinals vs. Milwaukee Badgers; Sep 28, 1924 (drop kick)α
  • First 50 yard field goal, confirmed: Glenn Presnell, 54 yards, Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers; Oct 7, 1934
  • First 55 yard field goal, confirmed: Bert Rechichar, 56 yards, Baltimore Colts vs. Chicago Bears; Sep 27, 1953
  • First 60 yard field goal: Tom Dempsey, 63 yards, New Orleans Saints vs. Detroit Lions; Nov 8, 1970
  • First 5 field goal game: Bob Waterfield, 5 field goals, Los Angeles Rams vs Detroit Lions; Dec 9, 1951
  • First 6 field goal game: Gino Cappelletti, 6 field goals, Boston Patriots vs. Denver Broncos; October 4, 1964
  • First 7 field goal game: Jim Bakken, 7 field goals, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers; September 24, 1967

Starts[.]

Wins[.]

  • First NFL quarterback to defeat 32 franchises: Brett Favre vs. Green Bay Packers; Oct 5, 2009[484][485][507]
  • First NFL quarterback to defeat 31 franchises: Peyton Manning @ Carolina Panthers; Oct 28, 2007
  • First NFL quarterback to defeat 30 franchises (Browns and Ravens counted separately): John Elway vs. Miami Dolphins; Jan 9, 1999
  • First NFL quarterback to defeat 28 franchises: Fran Tarkenton vs. Cincinnati Bengals; Nov 13, 1977
  • First NFL quarterback to reach 200 career wins (regular season and postseason combined): Peyton Manning vs. Carolina Panthers; February 7, 2016

Longest play[.]

  • Longest non-scoring play: 104 yards, Percy Harvin, Minnesota Vikings vs. Atlanta Falcons; Nov 27, 2011 and Ameer Abdullah, Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers; Nov 15, 2015
  • Longest run by a quarterback: 93 yards, Terrelle Pryor, Oakland Raiders vs. Pittsburgh Steelers; October 27, 2013[426]
  • Longest field goal return: 109 yards Antonio Cromartie, San Diego Chargers vs. Minnesota Vikings; November 4, 2007
  • Longest run from scrimmage: 99 yards Tony Dorsett, Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings; January 3, 1983
  • Longest pass: 99 yards, by 14 players, most recently Eli Manning, New York Giants vs. New York Jets; December 24, 2011 (Victor Cruz)
  • Longest kickoff return: 109 yards Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota Vikings vs. Green Bay Packers; October 27, 2013

 

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