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This is a list of records set by individual players in various categories in the National Football League.

Service Edit

Scoring Edit

Touchdowns Edit

Points after touchdown Edit

Field goals Edit

For more information see Field goal (football)#Field-goal records

Safeties Edit

Rushing Edit

  • Most seasons led league: 8, Jim Brown, 1957–1961 1963–1965
  • Most consecutive seasons led league: 5, Jim Brown, 1957–1961

Rushing attempts Edit

Rushing yards Edit

  • Most yards gained, career: 18,355, Emmit Smith
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1,000 or more yards rushing: 11, Emmit Smith, 1991–2001
  • Most seasons, 1,100 or more yards rushing: 10, Barry Sanders, 1989–1998; Walter Payton 1976–1981 1983–1986
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1,100 or more yards rushing: 10, Barry Sanders, 1989–1998
  • Most seasons, 1,200 or more yards rushing: 10, Walter Payton, 1976–1981 1983–1986
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1,200 or more yards rushing: 7, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2001–2007
  • Most seasons, 1,300 or more yards rushing: 9, Barry Sanders, 1989–1992 1994–1998; Walter Payton 1976–1986
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1,300 or more yards rushing: 6, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2002–2007
  • Most seasons, 1,400 or more yards rushing: 7, Barry Sanders, 1989 1991 1994–1998
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1,400 or more yards rushing: 5, Barry Sanders, 1994–1998; Emmitt Smith, 1991–1995
  • Most seasons, 1,500 or more yards rushing: 5, Barry Sanders, 1991 1994–1997
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1,500 or more yards rushing: 4, Barry Sanders, 1994–1997
  • Most seasons, 1,600 or more yards rushing: 4, Eric Dickerson, 1983–1984 1986 1988
  • Most seasons, 1,700 or more yards rushing: 3, Eric Dickerson, 1983–1984 1986
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1,700 or more yards rushing: 2, Larry Johnson, 2005–2006; Terrell Davis, 1997–1998; Eric Dickerson, 1983–1984
  • Most seasons, 1,800 or more yards rushing: 3, Eric Dickerson, 1983–1984 1986
  • Most consecutive seasons, 1,800 or more yards rushing: 2, Eric Dickerson, 1983–1984
  • Most yards gained, season: 2,104, Eric Dickerson, 1984[4]
  • Most yards gained, rookie, season: 1,808 Eric Dickerson, 1983
  • Most yards gained, game: 296, Adrian Peterson, November 4, 2007[5]
  • Most yards gained, half: 253, Adrian Peterson, November 4, 2007
  • Most yards gained, quarter: 143, Marshall Faulk, November 11, 2001 (since 2000)
  • 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
  • Most games, 250 or more yards rushing, career: 2, O.J. Simpson, 1973-1976
  • Most games, 200 or more yards rushing, career: 6, O.J. Simpson, 1969–1979
  • Most games, 150 or more yards rushing, career: 25, Barry Sanders, 1989–1998
  • Most games, 100 or more yards rushing, career: 78, Emmitt Smith, 1990–2004
  • Most games, 50 or more yards rushing, career: 173, Emmitt Smith, 1990–2004
  • Most games, 200 or more yards rushing, season: 4, Earl Campbell, 1980
  • Most games, 150 or more yards rushing, season: 7, Earl Campbell, 1980
  • Most games, 100 or more yards rushing, season: 14, Barry Sanders, 1997
  • Most games, 68 or more yards rushing, season: 16, Jamal Lewis, 2003
  • Most rushing yards by a quarterback, career: 5,219 Michael Vick, 2001–Present
  • Most rushing yards by a quarterback, season: 1,039 Michael Vick, 2006
  • Most rushing yards by a quarterback, game: 173 Michael Vick, December 1, 2002
  • Most rushing yards by a quarterback, rookie, season: 706 Cam Newton, 2011

Average Rushing yards Edit

  • Most yards rushing per attempt, game(min. 10 attempts) 17.3 Michael Vick (173 yards on 10 attempts), December 1, 2002
  • Most yards rushing per attempt, season(min. 50 attempts) 8.45 Michael Vick (1,049 yards on 123 attempts), 2006
  • Most yards rushing per attempt, career(min. 200 attempts) 7.16 Michael Vick (5,086 yards on 710 attempts), 2001–2006, 2009-2011

Rushing touchdowns Edit

Passing Edit

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

Passer rating Edit

Career
Regular season
Post season

Passing attempts Edit

  • Most seasons led league: 5, Dan Marino, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1992, 1997
  • Most consecutive seasons led league: 3, Johnny Unitas, 1959–1961; George Blanda, 1963–1965; Drew Bledsoe, 1994–1996
  • Most pass attempts, career: 10,169, Brett Favre, 1991–2010[32]
  • Most pass attempts, season: 691, Drew Bledsoe, 1994
  • Most pass attempts, rookie, season: 590, Sam Bradford, 2010
  • Most pass attempts, game: 70, Drew Bledsoe, November 13, 1994 (OT)
  • Most pass attempts, non-overtime game: 69, Vinny Testaverde, December 24, 2000
  • Most pass attempts, game, perfect passer rating (158.3): 32, Ken O'Brien, November 2, 1986
  • Most seasons, 500 or more pass attempts: 16, Brett Favre, 1993–2002, 2004–2009[32]
  • Most consecutive seasons, 500 or more pass attempts: 10, Brett Favre, 1993–2002[32]
  • Most seasons, 600 or more pass attempts: 4, Drew Bledsoe, 1994–1996, 2002; Drew Brees, 2007–2008, 2010–2011
  • Most consecutive seasons, 600 or more pass attempts: 3, Drew Bledsoe, 1994–1996
  • Most games, pass attempts, career: 301, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[32]
  • Most consecutive games, pass attempts, career: 300, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[32]
  • Most games, 30 or more pass attempts, career: 211, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[32]
  • Most games, 40 or more pass attempts, career: 78, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[32]
  • Most games, 50 or more pass attempts, career: 14, Dan Marino, 1984, 1986–1990, 1994–1995, 1997–1999
  • Most games, 35 or more pass attempts, season: 16, Drew Brees, 2011
  • Most games, 40 or more pass attempts, season: 10, Peyton Manning, 2010
  • Most games, 50 or more pass attempts, season: 5, Drew Bledsoe, 1994

Pass completions Edit

  • Most seasons led league: 6, Dan Marino, 1984–1986, 1988, 1992, 1997
  • Most consecutive seasons led league: 3, George Blanda, 1963–1965; Dan Marino, 1984–1986
  • Most pass completions, career: 6,300, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[32]
  • Most pass completions, season: 468, Drew Brees, 2011
  • Most pass completions, rookie, season: 354, Sam Bradford, 2010
  • Most seasons 300 completions: 18, Brett Favre, 1992–2009[32]
  • Most consecutive seasons 300 completions: 18, Brett Favre, 1992–2009[32]
  • Most seasons 350 completions: 7, Peyton Manning, 2000, 2002–2003, 2006, 2008–2010
  • Most consecutive seasons 350 completions: 6, Drew Brees, 2006–2011
  • Most seasons 400 completions: 4, Drew Brees, 2007–2008, 2010–2011
  • Most consecutive seasons 400 completions: 2, Drew Brees, 2007–2008, 2010–2011
  • Most pass completions, game: 45, Drew Bledsoe, November 13, 1994 (OT)
  • Most pass completions, non-overtime game: 43, Rich Gannon, September 15, 2002
  • Most pass completions, game, perfect passer rating (158.3): 26, Ken O'Brien, November 2, 1986
  • Most consecutive pass completions: 24, Donovan McNabb, 10 vs. New York Giants, Nov. 28, 2004; 14 vs. Green Bay Packers, Dec. 5, 2004
  • Most consecutive pass completions, game: 22, Mark Brunell, September 24, 2006; David Carr, November 19, 2006
  • Most games, pass completions: 299, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[32]
  • Most consecutive games, pass completions: 298, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[32]
  • Most consecutive games 20 completions: 41, Drew Brees, 2009–present
  • Most games 20 completions, career: 189, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[32]
  • Most games 25 completions, career: 80, Peyton Manning, 1998–present
  • Most games 30 completions, career: 29, Drew Brees, 2005–present
  • Most games 35 completions, career: 9, Drew Brees, 2005–present
  • Most games 23 completions, season: 16, Drew Brees, 2011
  • Most games 25 completions, season: 14, Drew Brees, 2011
  • Most games 30 completions, season: 9, Drew Brees, 2011
  • Most games 35 completions, season: 3, Tom Brady, 2002; Rich Gannon, 2002; Peyton Manning, 2010
  • Most games 20 completions and no interceptions, career: 65, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[32]
  • Most games 25 completions and no interceptions, career: 28, Peyton Manning, 1999–present; Drew Brees, 2002–present
  • Most games 30 completions and no interceptions, career: 14, Drew Brees, 2006–present
  • Most games 35 completions and no interceptions, career: 3, Jeff Garcia, 2000-2007; Drew Brees, 2007–present
  • Most games 20 completions and no interceptions, season: 10, Tom Brady, 2007
  • Most games 25 completions and no interceptions, season: 7, Peyton Manning, 2010; Drew Brees, 2011
  • Most games 30 completions and no interceptions, season: 5, Tom Brady, 2007; Drew Brees, 2011

Pass completion percentage Edit

  • Most seasons led league: 8, Len Dawson, 1962, 1964–1969, 1975
  • Most consecutive seasons led league: 6, Len Dawson, 1964–1969
  • Highest completion percentage, career (min. 1,000 attempts): 66.0, Chad Pennington (1,632/2,471), 2000–2010[33]
  • Highest completion percentage, career (min. 2,500 attempts): 65.94, Drew Brees (3,613/5,479), 2001–present
  • Lowest completion percentage, career (min. 1,000 attempts): 40.9, Arnie Herber, 1930–1945
  • Lowest completion percentage, career in modern era (min. 1,000 attempts): 43.0, Bobby Douglass, 1969–1978
  • Highest completion percentage, season: 71.23, Drew Brees, 2011 (468/657)[34]
  • Highest completion percentage, rookie, season: 66.44, Ben Roethlisberger, 2004 (196/295)
  • Lowest completion percentage, season: 35.3, Gary Marangi, 1976 (82/232)
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 60 passes): 70.0, Richard Todd, September 21, 1980 (42/60)
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 50 passes): 76.5, Matt Hasselbeck, November 8, 2009 (39/51)
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 40 passes): 82.2, Jeff Garcia, October 21, 2007 (37/45)
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 30 passes): 89.5, Rich Gannon, November 11, 2002 (34/38)
  • Highest completion percentage, regular-season game (minimum 20 passes): 92.31, Kurt Warner, September 20, 2009 (24/26)
  • Highest completion percentage, post-season game (minimum 20 passes): 92.9, Tom Brady, January 12, 2008 (26/28)
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 10 passes): 100.0, Kurt Warner, December 18, 2005 (10/10)
  • Lowest completion percentage, game (minimum 20 passes): 9.1, Dave Wilson, September 9, 1985 (2/22)
  • Most games with more than 80% pass completion rate, career (minimum 20 passes per game): 12, Drew Brees, 2004–present[35]
  • Most games with more than 80% pass completion rate, season (minimum 20 passes per game): 3, Ben Roethlisberger, 2007; Brett Favre, 2009; Drew Brees, 2011[36]
  • Most games with more than 80% pass completion rate and zero interceptions, career (minimum 20 passes per game): 10, Drew Brees, 2004–present
  • Most games with more than 80% pass completion rate and zero interceptions, season (minimum 20 passes per game): 3, Brett Favre, 2009
  • Most games with more than 70% pass completion rate, career (minimum 20 attempts per game) 61, Peyton Manning 1998–Present
  • Most games with more than 70% pass completion rate, season (minimum 20 attempts per game) 10, Drew Brees, 2011
  • Most games with more than 70% pass completion rate and no interceptions, career (minimum 20 attempts per game) - 33, Drew Brees
  • Most seasons with more than 70% pass completion rate, career (minimum 100 attempts per season) 2, Drew Brees 2009, 2011
  • Most seasons with more than 60% pass completion rate, career 14, Brett Favre, 1992–1995, 1998, 2001–2005, 2007–2010
  • Highest completion percentage, postseason game (minimum 450 passing yards): 81.8, Peyton Manning, 1-9-2005
  • Highest completion percentage, regular season game (minimum 450 passing yards): 81.3, Steve Young, 11-28-1993
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 400 passing yards): 81.8, Peyton Manning, 1-9-2005; Jeff Garcia December 17, 2000
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 350 passing yards): 89.5, Rich Gannon, November 11, 2002
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 300 passing yards): 94.4, Craig Morton, September 27, 1981
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 6 TD passes): 85.3, Tom Brady, October 18, 2009
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 5 TD passes): 92.3, Frank Ryan, December 12, 1964
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 4 TD passes): 94.4, Craig Morton, September 27, 1981
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 3 TD passes): 94.4, Craig Morton, September 27, 1981

Passing yards Edit

  • Most seasons leading league: 5, Sonny Jurgensen, 1961–1962, 1966–1967, 1969; Dan Marino, 1984–1986, 1988, 1992
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league: 4, Dan Fouts, 1979–1982
  • Most passing yards, career: 71,838, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[32]
  • Most seasons 3000+ yards: 18, Brett Favre, 1992–2009[32]
  • Most consecutive seasons 3000+ yards: 18, Brett Favre, 1992–2009[32]
  • Most seasons 4000+ yards: 11, Peyton Manning, 1999–2004, 2006–2010
  • Most consecutive seasons 4000+ yards: 6, Peyton Manning, 1999–2004; Drew Brees, 2006–2011
  • Most seasons 5000+ yards: 2, Drew Brees, 2008, 2011
  • Most passing yards, season: 5,476, Drew Brees, 2011
  • Most passing yards, rookie, season: 4,051, Cam Newton, 2011
  • Most passing yards, combined, game: 1,000, Matthew Stafford, (520) and Matt Flynn, (480), January 1, 2012
  • Most passing yards, game: 554, Norm Van Brocklin, Sept. 28, 1951
  • Most passing yards, game, No interceptions: 527, Warren Moon, December 16, 1990
  • Most passing yards, game, Perfect Passer Rating (158.3): 431, Ken O'Brien, November 11, 1986
  • Most passing yards, game, rookie: 432, Cam Newton, September 18, 2011
  • Most passing yards, game, first NFL game: 422, Cam Newton, September 11, 2011
  • Most games 450+ yards passing, career: 4, Dan Marino, 1983–1999
  • Most games 400+ yards passing, career: 13, Dan Marino, 1983–1999
  • Most games, 350+ yards passing, career: 30, Drew Brees, 2003–present
  • Most games, 300+ yards passing, career: 67, Peyton Manning, 1998–present
  • Most games, 250+ yards passing, career: 142, Brett Favre
  • Most games, 200+ yards passing, career: 209, Brett Favre
  • Most games 400+ yards passing, season: 4, Dan Marino, 1984
  • Most games, 350+ yards passing, season: 8, Drew Brees, 2011
  • Most games, 300+ yards passing, season: 13, Drew Brees, 2011
  • Most games, 250+ yards passing, season: 16, Drew Brees, 2011
  • 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;
  • Most consecutive 350+ yards passing games: 4, Drew Brees, 2011
  • Most consecutive 300+ yards passing games: 9, Drew Brees, 2011–2012
  • Longest pass completion: 99 by 13 players last by, Eli Manning, December 24, 2011[37]

Average passing yards Edit

  • Most seasons led league: 7, Sid Luckman, 1939–1943, 1946–1947
  • Most consecutive seasons led league: 5, Sid Luckman, 1939–1943
  • Highest yards per attempt, career: 8.98, Otto Graham, 1946–1955
  • Highest yards per attempt, season: 10.86, Sid Luckman, 1943
  • Highest yards per attempt, rookie, season: 9.411, Greg Cook, 1969
  • Highest yards per attempt, game: 22.0, Milt Plum, October 2, 1960
  • Highest yards per game, career: 263.7, Drew Brees 2001–Present
  • Highest yards per game, season: 342.25, Drew Brees 2011

Passing touchdowns Edit

For a detailed explanation of a touchdown pass, see Touchdown pass.
Career
Regular season

Favre/Bubba Franks[45]

Game
  • Most Passing Touchdowns, Game 7, Sid Luckman, November 14, 1943; Adrian Burk, October 17, 1954; George Blanda, November 19, 1961; Y.A. Tittle, October 28, 1962; Joe Kapp, September 28, 1969
  • Most Passing Touchdowns, Half 6, Daryle Lamonica, October 19, 1969
  • Most Passing Touchdowns, Quarter 5, Tom Brady, October 18, 2009
  • Most Passing Touchdowns, no interceptions, Game 7, Y.A. Tittle, October 28, 1962
  • Most Passing Touchdowns, perfect rating (158.3), Game 6, Tom Brady 10-21-2007, Peyton Manning 9-28-2003
  • Most Touchdown Passes per Games Started Average, Regular Season 2.13, Aaron Rodgers, (132 TD Passes/62 Games Started), 2008–Present
  • Most Touchdown Passes per Game Average, Regular Season 1.92, Peyton Manning, (399 TD Passes/208 Games), 1998–Present
Post season

Interceptions thrown Edit

  • Most passes intercepted, career: 336, Brett Favre, 1991–2010[32]
  • Most passes intercepted, season: 42, George Blanda, 1962
  • Most passes intercepted, season, rookie: 28, Peyton Manning, 1998
  • Most passes intercepted, game: 8, Jim Hardy, September 24, 1950
  • Most consecutive passes, None intercepted: 358, Tom Brady, October 24, 2010-September 12, 2011[49]
  • Most consecutive passes, None intercepted, rookie season: 169, Sam Bradford, October 10, 2010-November 21, 2010
  • Most consecutive passes, None intercepted to start a career: 162, Tom Brady, 2000–2001
  • Most consecutive passes, None intercepted, post-season: 226, Drew Brees, January 21, 2007-January 14, 2012
  • Most attempts with no interceptions, game: 70 Drew Bledsoe November 13, 1994
  • Most completions with no interceptions, game: 45 Drew Bledsoe November 13, 1994
  • Most passing yards with no interceptions, game: 527, Warren Moon December 16, 1990
  • Most touchdown passes with no interceptions, game: 7, Y.A. Tittle, October 28, 1962
  • Most consecutive games, 2+ touchdown passes, no interceptions: 9, Tom Brady, 2010
  • Most attempts with no interceptions, season: 127, Paul Justin 1996
  • Most completions with no interceptions, season: 74, Paul Justin 1996
  • Most passing yards with no interceptions, season: 888, Todd Collins 2007
  • Most touchdown passes with no interceptions, season: 10, Steve Young 1987
  • Most touchdown passes with no interceptions, career: 7, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–present
  • Most games with an interception, season: 15, Richard Todd, 1980
  • Most games with 300 yards passing and no interceptions, career 27, Brett Favre 1991–2010[32]
  • Most games with 300 yards passing and no interceptions, season 8, Tom Brady 2007
  • Most games with 400 yards passing and no interceptions, career 4, Peyton Manning 1998–2010, Drew Brees 2007-2011
  • Most games with 1+ touchdown pass and no interceptions, season 14, Tom Brady 2010
  • Most games with 2 touchdown passes and no interceptions, season 11, Tom Brady 2010
  • Most games with 3 touchdown passes and no interceptions, season 8, Tom Brady 2007
  • Most games with 3 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career 36, Brett Favre 1991–2010[32]
  • Most games with 4 touchdown passes and no interceptions, season 5, Tom Brady 2007
  • Most games with 4 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career 12, Tom Brady 2000–2010, Brett Favre 1991–2010[32]
  • Most games with 5 touchdown passes and no interceptions, season 3, Tom Brady 2007
  • Most games with 5 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career 5, Drew Brees 2004–present
  • Most games with 6 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career 2, Tom Brady 2000–2010, Peyton Manning 1998–2010
  • Most games with 20 completions and no interceptions, career 65, Brett Favre 1991–2010[32]
  • Most games with 20 completions and no interceptions, season 10, Tom Brady 2007
  • Most games with 30 completions and no interceptions, career 14, Drew Brees 2006-2011
  • Most games with 30 completions and no interceptions, season 5, Tom Brady 2007, Drew Brees 2011
  • Most games with 30 pass attempts and no interceptions, career 61, Brett Favre 1991–2010[32]
  • Most games with 30 pass attempts and no interceptions, season 8, Peyton Manning 2006 2010, Marc Bulger 2006, Tom Brady 2003, Drew Bledsoe 2002, Drew Brees 2011
  • Most games with 40 pass attempts and no interceptions, career 15, Brett Favre 1991–2010,[32] Drew Bledsoe 1993–2006
  • Most games with 40 pass attempts and no interceptions, season 4, by 7 players, most recently; Drew Brees 2011
  • Most games with 50 pass attempts and no interceptions, career 3, Tom Brady 2000–2010
  • Most games with 50 pass attempts and no interceptions, season 2, Jeff Garcia 2002

Passing interception differential/ratio Edit

  • Best touchdown pass–interception differential, game: 7 (7–0) Y.A. Tittle, October 28, 1962
  • Best touchdown pass–interception differential, season: 42 (50–8) Tom Brady, 2007
  • Worst touchdown pass–interception differential, season: -22 (13-35) Vinny Testaverde, 1988
  • Best touchdown pass–interception differential, rookie season: 14 (20–6) Dan Marino, 1983
  • Worst touchdown pass–interception ratio, rookie season: -21 (6-27) Bud Schwenk, 1942
  • Best touchdown pass–interception differential, career: 201 (399–198) Peyton Manning, 1998–present
  • Worst touchdown pass–interception differential, career: -61 (196–257) Norman Snead, 1961–1976
  • Best touchdown pass–interception ratio, career: 3.47-1 (132-38) Aaron Rodgers, 2005–present
  • Best touchdown pass–interception ratio, season: 9-1 (36-4) Tom Brady, 2010 (minimum 12 TD passes)
  • Worst touchdown pass–interception ratio, season in modern era: 1-4 (6-24) Terry Bradshaw, 1970
  • Worst touchdown pass–interception ratio, season: 1-4.5 (6-27) Bud Schwenk, 1942
  • Best passing yards–interception ratio, career: 457.0-1 (17,366-38) Aaron Rodgers, 2005–present
  • Best passing yards–interception ratio, season: 975.0-1 (3,900-4) Tom Brady, 2010 (minimum 2,000 passing yards)
  • Best completion–interception ratio, career: 36.34-1 (1,381-38) Aaron Rodgers, 2005–present
  • Best completion–interception ratio, season: 81.0-1 (324-4) Tom Brady 2010, (minimum 150 completions)

Lowest percentage passes had intercepted Edit

  • Most seasons led league, lowest percentage intercepted: 5 Sammy Baugh 1940, 1942, 1944–1945, 1947
  • Lowest percentage passes had intercepted career: 1.80 Aaron Rodgers 2005–2011
  • Lowest percentage passes had intercepted season: 0.41 Damon Huard 2006
  • Lowest percentage passes had intercepted rookie season: 1.98 Charlie Batch 1998[50]

Times sacked Edit

Receiving Edit

Receptions Edit

Longest gap between receptions 17 years and 4 weeks (275 games) Brett Favre[32]

Yards receiving Edit

  • Most seasons leading league: 7, Don Hutson, 1936, 1938–1939, 1941–1944
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league: 4, Don Hutson, 1941–44
  • Most yards gained, career: 22,895, Jerry Rice, 1985–2004
  • Highest yards gained per game average, career: 79.7, Andre Johnson, 2003–present
  • Highest yards gained per game average, season: 129.0, Wes Chandler, 1982
  • 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
  • Most seasons 1,500 or more yards receiving: 4, Jerry Rice 1986-1995
  • Most yards gained, season: 1,848, Jerry Rice, 1995
  • Most yards gained, season, TE: 1,327, Rob Gronkowski, 2011
  • Most yards gained, rookie season: 1,377, Anquan Boldin, 2003
  • Most yards half: 224, Steve Largent, October 18, 1987
  • Most yards game: 336, Flipper Anderson, in OT, November 26, 1989
  • Most yards non-overtime game: 309, Stephone Paige, December 22, 1985
  • Most games, 50 or more yards pass receiving, career: 198, Jerry Rice, 1985–2004
  • Most games, 100 or more yards pass receiving, career: 76, Jerry Rice, 1985–2004
  • Most games, 150 or more yards pass receiving, career: 30, Jerry Rice, 1985–2003
  • Most games, 200 or more yards pass receiving, career: 5, Lance Alworth, 1963–1967
  • Most games, 49 or more yards pass receiving, season: 16, Jimmy Smith, 2001
  • Most games, 50 or more yards pass receiving, season: 15, many players
  • Most games, 100 or more yards pass receiving, season: 11, Michael Irvin, 1995
  • Most games, 150 or more yards pass receiving, season: 5, Tim Brown, 1997; Roy Green, 1984; Jerry Rice, 1995
  • Most games, 200 or more yards pass receiving, season: 3, Charley Hennigan (American Football League), 1961
  • Most consecutive games, 100 or more yards pass receiving: 7, Charley Hennigan (American Football League), 1961; Michael Irvin, 1995
  • Most consecutive games, 200 or more yards pass receiving: 2, Calvin Johnson, Jan. 1, 2012-Jan. 7, 2012 (Including 1 Playoff Game)
  • Longest pass reception: 99, 13 Times, most recent Victor Cruz (from Eli Manning), December 24, 2011

Average yards/reception Edit

  • Highest average gain, career (200+ receptions): 22.26, Homer Jones, 1964–1970
  • Highest average gain, season (24+ receptions): 32.58 Don Currivan, 1947
  • Highest average gain, game (3+ receptions): 63.00, Torry Holt, September 24, 2000

Receiving touchdowns Edit

Yards from scrimmage Edit

  • Most seasons leading the league in yards from scrimmage, 6 Jim Brown, 1958–1959, 1961, 1963–1965
  • Most consecutive seasons leading the league in yards from scrimmage, 4 Thurman Thomas, 1989–1992
  • Most yards from scrimmage, career: 23,540, Jerry Rice, 1985–2004
  • Most yards from scrimmage, season: 2,509, Chris Johnson, 2009
  • Most yards from scrimmage, rookie, season: 2,212, Eric Dickerson, 1983
  • Most attempts, season: 492, (407 rushes, 85 receptions), James Wilder, 1984
  • Most attempts, rookie, season: 441, (390 rushes, 51 receptions), Eric Dickerson, 1983
  • Most yards from scrimmage, game: 336 (all receiving yards), Flipper Anderson, November 26, 1989
  • Most games, 100 yards from scrimmage, career: 108, Walter Payton
  • Most games, 200 yards from scrimmage, career: 14, Marshall Faulk
  • Most games, 100 yards from scrimmage, season: 15, Edgerrin James, 2000; Barry Sanders, 1997; Marcus Allen, 1985
  • Most games, 90 yards from scrimmage, season: 16, William Andrews, 1981
  • Most consecutive games, 100 yards from scrimmage, season: 15, Barry Sanders, 1997
  • Most games, 200 yards from scrimmage, season: 5, LaDainian Tomlinson, 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, 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 Edit

  • Most seasons leading league, combined yardage: 5, Jim Brown, 1958–1961, 1964
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league: 4, Jim Brown, 1958–1961, Thurman Thomas, 1989–1992

All-purpose attempts Edit

  • Combined yardage, most attempts, career: 4,939, Emmitt Smith, 1990–2004
  • Combined yardage, most attempts, season: 496 (407 rush, 85 catch, 4 return), James Wilder, 1984
  • Combined yardage, most attempts, rookie, season: 442, Eric Dickerson, 1983
  • Combined yardage, most attempts, game: 48, James Wilder, October 30, 1983; LaDainian Tomlinson, December 1, 2002

All-purpose yards Edit

Interceptions Edit

Interception return yards Edit

Interception return touchdowns Edit

Punting Edit

Punts Edit

Punting yards Edit

Average punting yards Edit

Average net punting yards Edit

  • Highest net average career 39.9 Zoltan Mesko 2010–present
  • Highest net average season 43.99 Andy Lee 2011
  • Highest net average rookie season 38.38 Zoltan Mesko 2010
  • Highest net average game 59.50 Rohn Stark Sept. 13, 1992

Punts had blocked Edit

Punts inside the 20 Edit

Punt returns Edit

Punt return attempts Edit

Fair catches Edit

Punt return yards Edit

Average punt return yards Edit

  • Punt returns, highest average, career (75 returns): 12.96, Devin Hester, Chicago Bears, 2006–Present
  • Punt returns, highest average, season (qualifiers): 23.00, Herb Rich, Baltimore Colts, 1950
  • Punt returns, highest average, season, rookie (qualifiers): 23.00, Herb Rich, Baltimore Colts, 1950
  • Punt returns, highest average, game (3 returns): 51.00, Steve Smith, Carolina Panthers vs. Cincinnati Bengals, Dec. 8, 2002

Punt return touchdowns Edit

Kickoff returns Edit

  • Most seasons leading league: 3, Abe Woodson, 1959, 1962–63

Kickoff return attempts Edit

Kickoff return yards Edit

  • Most seasons leading league: 3
Bruce Harper, 1977–79
Tyrone Hughes, 1994–96
  • Most yards gained, career: 14,014
Brian Mitchell, 1990–2003
  • Most yards gained, season: 2,186
MarTay Jenkins, Arizona Cardinals, 2000
  • Most yards gained, rookie, season: 1,752
Chris Carr, Oakland Raiders, 2005
  • Most yards gained, game: 304
Tyrone Hughes, New Orleans Saints (vs. Los Angeles Rams) Oct. 23, 1994
  • Longest return: 109,
Antonio Cromartie, San Diego Chargers (vs. Minnesota Vikings) November 4, 2007 [Missed field goal. Not officially a kickoff return.]
  • Longest actual kick return: 108
Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers (vs. New Orleans Saints) September 8, 2011
Ellis Hobbs, September 9, 2007
Jacoby Jones, Baltimore Ravens (vs. Dallas Cowboys) October 14, 2012

Average kickoff return yards Edit

Kickoff return touchdowns Edit

Combined kick/punt returns Edit

Kick/punt return yards Edit

Kick/punt return touchdowns Edit

Fumbles Edit

Fumbles recovered Edit

Own fumbles recovered Edit

Opponent fumbles recovered Edit

Fumble return yards Edit

Fumble return touchdowns Edit

Fumbles forced Edit

Sacks Edit

Official NFL records started in 1982

Records in a single decade Edit

Records in a single month Edit

Overtime Records Edit

Miscellaneous Edit

Starts/games played Edit

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 Most consecutive starts (NFL).
  • Most games played, career: 382 (393 including playoffs) Morten Andersen, 1982–2004, 2006–2007
  • Most games played, one team: 310 (316 including playoffs) Jason Hanson, Detroit Lions, 1992–present
  • Most starts, career: 298 (322 including playoffs) Brett Favre, 1992–2010[60]
  • Most consecutive games played: 352 (363 including playoffs), Jeff Feagles, 9/4/1988–1/3/2010
  • Most consecutive starts: 297 (321 including playoffs), Brett Favre, 1992–2010[61]
  • Most consecutive starts to begin a career: 208 (227 including playoffs) Peyton Manning, 1998–1/2/2011
  • 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[61]
  • Most consecutive starts by a wide 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 a tight end: 120 (121 including playoffs), Tony Gonzalez, 1999–2006
  • Most consecutive starts by a fullback: 118 (122 including playoffs), Jim Brown, 1957–1965
  • Most consecutive starts by a center: 240 (259 including playoffs), Mick Tingelhoff, 1962–1979
  • Most consecutive starts by a right guard: 223 (231 including playoffs), Will Shields, 1993–2006
  • Most consecutive starts by a left guard: 207 (231 including playoffs), Gene Upshaw, 1967–1981
  • Most consecutive starts by a left tackle: 194 (198 including playoffs), Doug Dieken, 1971–1984
  • Most consecutive starts by a right tackle: 192 (213 including playoffs), Jon Runyan, 1997–2008
  • Most consecutive starts by a defensive end: 270 (289 including playoffs), Jim Marshall, 1961–1978
  • Most consecutive starts by a defensive tackle: 215 (234 including playoffs), Alan Page, 1967–1981
  • Most consecutive starts by a nose tackle: 107 (110 including playoffs), Fred Smerlas, 1980–1987
  • Most consecutive starts by a right linebacker: 208 (219 including playoffs), Derrick Brooks, 1996–2008
  • Most consecutive starts by a middle linebacker: 154 (173 including playoffs), Lee Roy Jordan, 1966–1976
  • Most consecutive starts by a right outside linebacker: 147 (154 including playoffs), Robert Brazile, 1975–1984
  • Most consecutive starts by a left linebacker: 140 (154 including playoffs), Bill Romanowski, 1994–2003
  • Most consecutive starts by a left outside linebacker: 120 (128 including playoffs), Jason Gildon, 1996–2003
  • Most consecutive starts by a left inside linebacker: 107 (116 including playoffs), Levon Kirkland, 1994–2000
  • Most consecutive starts by a right inside linebacker: 87 (94 including playoffs), Frank LeMaster, 1977–1983
  • Most consecutive starts by a cornerback: 199 (208 including playoffs), Ronde Barber, 1999–1/1/2012
  • Most consecutive starts by a safety: 154 (163 including playoffs), Willie Wood, 1961–1971
  • Most consecutive starts by a strong safety: 134 (139 including playoffs), Bill Thompson, 1973–1981
  • Most consecutive starts by a free safety: 108 (108 including playoffs), Darryl Williams, 1992–1999
  • Most consecutive games played by a punter: 352 (363 including playoffs), Jeff Feagles, 1988–2010
  • Most consecutive games played by a kicker: 248 (256 including playoffs), Morten Andersen, 1987–2002
  • Most consecutive games played by a long snapper: 224 (230 including playoffs), Ethan Albright, 1996–2010
  • Most consecutive games played by a return specialist: 73 (74 including playoffs), Carl Roaches, 1980–1984

Wins Edit

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

Losses Edit

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

Professional football firsts Edit

RushingEdit

PassingEdit

ReceivingEdit

ScrimmageEdit

  • 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, November 22, 1945

Combined yardsEdit

TouchdownsEdit

ScoringEdit

StartsEdit

  • First quarterback with 200 consecutive starts Brett Favre November 29, 2004[85]

WinsEdit

Longest play Edit

Several of these records cannot be broken under the present dimensions of an NFL field—the longest possible play inside the regular field is 99 yards and the longest possible play stemming from an end zone is 109 yards.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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