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

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[edit] TouchdownsEditEdit

  • Most seasons leading league touchdowns: 8, Don Hutson, 1935–1938, 1941–1944
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league touchdowns: 4, Don Hutson, 1935–1938, 1941–1944
  • Most touchdowns, career: 208, Jerry Rice 1985-2004
  • Most touchdowns, season: 31, LaDainian Tomlinson, (28 rushing, 3 receiving), 2006
  • Most touchdowns, rookie season: 22, Gale Sayers, 1965
  • Most touchdowns, game: 7, Joe Kapp, 1969
  • Most touchdowns, half: 5, Shaun Alexander, September 29, 2002
  • Most touchdowns, quarter: 4, Don Hutson, October 7, 1945
  • Most seasons, touchdowns: 20, Jerry Rice, 1985–2004
  • Most consecutive seasons, 2 or more touchdowns: 16, Irving Fryar, 1985–2000; Marcus Allen, 1982–1997
  • Most consecutive seasons, 3 or more touchdowns: 15, Terrell Owens, 1996–2010
  • Most consecutive seasons, 4 or more touchdowns: 15, Terrell Owens, 1996–2010
  • Most consecutive seasons, 5 or more touchdowns: 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 or more touchdowns: 11, Terrell Owens, 2000–2010; Marvin Harrison, 1996–2006; Jerry Rice, 1986–1996; Don Hutson, 1935–1945
  • Most consecutive seasons, 7 or more touchdowns: 11, Jerry Rice, 1986–1996
  • Most consecutive seasons, 8 or more touchdowns: 11, Jerry Rice, 1986–1996
  • Most consecutive seasons, 9 or more touchdowns: 11, Jerry Rice, 1986–1996
  • Most seasons, 10 or more touchdowns: 10, Jerry Rice, 1986–1995
  • Most seasons, 11 or more touchdowns: 9, Jerry Rice, 1986–1987 1989–1995
  • Most consecutive seasons, 11 or more touchdowns: 8, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2002–2009
  • Most seasons, 12 or more touchdowns: 8, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2002–2009; Jerry Rice 1986–1987 1989–1991 1993–1995
  • Most consecutive seasons, 12 or more touchdowns: 8, LaDainian Tomlinson 2002–2009
  • Most seasons, 13 or more touchdowns: 8, Jerry Rice, 1986–1987 1989–1991 1993–1995
  • Most consecutive seasons, 13 or more touchdowns: 6, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2002–2007
  • Most seasons, 14 or more touchdowns: 7, Jerry Rice, 1986–1987 1989 1991 1993–1995
  • Most consecutive seasons, 14 or more touchdowns: 6, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2002–2007
  • Most seasons, 15 or more touchdowns: 6, LaDainian Tomlinson 2002–2007; Jerry Rice, 1986–1987 1989 1993–1995
  • Most consecutive seasons, 15 or more touchdowns: 6, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2002–2007
  • Most seasons, 16 or more touchdowns: 5, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2003–2007; Shaun Alexander, 2001–2005; Jerry Rice 1986–1987 1989 1993 1995
  • Most consecutive seasons, 16 or more touchdowns: 5, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2003–2007; Shaun Alexander 2001–2005
  • Most seasons, 17 or more touchdowns: 5, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2003–2007
  • Most seasons, 18 or more touchdowns: 4, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2004–2007
  • Most seasons, 19 or more touchdowns: 3, Emmitt Smith, 1992 1994–1995
  • Most seasons, 20 or more touchdowns: 2, Shaun Alexander 2004–2005; Marshall Faulk, 2000–2001; Priest Holmes, 2002–2003; Emmitt Smith, 1994–1995; LaDainian Tomlinson, 2005–2006
  • Most seasons, 24 or more touchdowns: 2, Priest Holmes, 2002–2003
  • Most consecutive games touchdown: 18, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2004–2005; Lenny Moore, 1963–1965
  • Most consecutive games 2+ touchdowns: 8, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006
  • Most consecutive games 3+ touchdowns: 4, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006
  • Most consecutive games 4+ touchdowns: 2, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006; Marshall Faulk, 2000
  • Most games, touchdowns, career: 145, Jerry Rice, 1985–2004
  • Most games, touchdowns, season: 15, Emmitt Smith, 1995
  • Most games, 2 or more touchdowns, career: 46, Jerry Rice, 1986–1996 1998–2002
  • Most games, 2 or more touchdowns, season: 10, Priest Holmes, 2003; LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006
  • Most games, 3 or more touchdowns, career: 14, Jim Brown, 1957–1965; Jerry Rice, 1986–2001
  • Most games, 3 or more touchdowns, season: 6, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006
  • Most games, 4 or more touchdowns, career: 6, Jim Brown, 1957–1959 1961–1962 1965
  • Most games, 4 or more touchdowns, season: 3, Marshall Faulk, 2000; LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006
  • Most Touchdowns per touch by a QB with at least 10 total touchdowns, season: 1 per 11.3 touches, Tim Tebow, 2010, 11 total touchdowns on 125 total touches(5 passing 6 rushing)(record for Quarterbacks that have a minimum 10 total touchdowns)
  • Most Touchdowns per touch by a QB with at least 20 total touchdowns, season: 1 per 11.8 touches, Tom Brady, 2007, 52 total touchdowns on 615 total touches(50 passing 2 rushing)(record for Quarterbacks that have a minimum 20 total touchdowns)
  • Most Touchdowns per touch by a running back with at least 10 total touchdowns, season: 1 per 7.18 touches, Gerald Riggs, 1991, 11 total touchdowns on 79 total touches(11 rushing 0 receiving)(record for running backs that have a minimum 10 total touchdowns)
  • Most Touchdowns per touch by a running back with at least 20 total touchdowns, season: 1 per 13.16 touches, LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006, 31 total touchdowns on 408 total touches(28 rushing 3 receiving)(record for running backs that have a minimum 10 total touchdowns)
  • Most Touchdowns per touch by any player with at least 10 total touchdowns, season: 1 per 2.83 touches, Bill Groman, 1961, 18 total touchdowns on 51 total touches(17 receiving, 1 rushing)(record for all players that have a minimum 10 total touchdowns)
  • Most Touchdowns per touch by any player with at least 20 total touchdowns, season: 1 per 3.17 touches, Jerry Rice, 1987, 23 total touchdowns on 73 total touches(22 receiving, 1 rushing)(record for all players that have a minimum 10 total touchdowns)

[edit] Points after touchdownEditEdit

[edit] Field goalsEditEdit

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

[edit] SafetiesEditEdit

[edit] RushingEditEdit

For a more comprehensive list, see List of National Football League rushing yards leaders.*Most seasons led league: 8, Jim Brown, 1957–1961 1963–1965

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

[edit] Rushing attemptsEditEdit

[edit] Rushing yardsEditEdit

[edit] Average Rushing yardsEditEdit

  • Most yards rushing per attempt, game(min. 5 attempts) 23.0 Steve Broussard (138 yards on 6 attempts), 10-5-1997
  • Most yards rushing per attempt, game(min. 10 attempts) 17.3 Michael Vick (173 yards on 10 attempts), 12-1-2002
  • Most yards rushing per attempt, game(min. 15 attempts) 14.3 Derrick Ward (215 yards on 15 attempts), 12-21-2008
  • Most yards rushing per attempt, game(min. 20 attempts) 12.64 Corey Dillon (278 yards on 22 attempts), 10-22-2000
  • 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, season(min. 150 attempts) 6.4 Jim Brown (1,863 yards on 291 attempts), 1963
  • Most yards rushing per attempt, season(min. 325 attempts) 6.13 Barry Sanders (2,053 yards on 335 attempts), 1997
  • Most yards rushing per attempt, career(min. 100 attempts) 7.27 Brad Smith (851 yards on 117 attempts), 2006-2011
  • Most yards rushing per attempt, career(min. 200 attempts) 7.16 Michael Vick (5,086 yards on 710 attempts), 2001-2011
  • Most yards rushing per attempt, career(min. 1,000 attempts) 5.22 Jim Brown (12,312 yards on 2,359 attempts), 1957-1965
  • Most yards rushing per attempt, career(min. 2,500 attempts) 4.99 Barry Sanders (15,269 yards on 3,062 attempts), 1989-1998

[edit] Rushing touchdownsEditEdit

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

[edit] PassingEditEdit

For passing records that include other professional football leagues, see List of gridiron football quarterbacks passing statistics.===[edit] Passer rating===

[edit] Passing attemptsEditEdit

  • 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
  • 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 seasons, 500 or more pass attempts, 16 Brett Favre, 1993–2002, 2004–2009
  • Most consecutive seasons, 500 or more pass attempts, 10 Brett Favre, 1993–2002
  • Most seasons, 600 or more pass attempts, 4 Drew Bledsoe, 1994–1996, 2002
  • Most consecutive seasons, 600 or more pass attempts, 3 Drew Bledsoe, 1994–1996
  • Most games, pass attempts, career: 301 Brett Favre, 1992–2010
  • Most consecutive games, pass attempts, career: 300 Brett Favre, 1992–2010
  • Most games, 30 or more pass attempts, career: 211 Brett Favre, 1992–2010
  • Most games, 40 or more pass attempts, career: 78 Brett Favre, 1992–2010
  • Most games, 50 or more pass attempts, career: 14 Dan Marino, 1984, 1986–1990, 1994–1995, 1997–1998, 1999
  • Most games, 30 or more pass attempts, season: 16 Drew Bledsoe 1994, Warren Moon 1991
  • Most games, 40 or more pass attempts, season: 10 Peyton Manning 2010
  • Most games, 50 or more pass attempts, season: 5 Drew Bledsoe

[edit] Pass completionsEditEdit

  • 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
  • Most pass completions, season: 450, Peyton Manning, 2010
  • Most pass completions, rookie, season: 354, Sam Bradford, 2010
  • Most seasons 300 completions: 18, Brett Favre 1992–2009
  • 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 pass completions, game: 45, Drew Bledsoe, November 13, 1994 (OT)
  • 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
  • Most consecutive games, pass completions: 297, Brett Favre 1992–2010
  • Most consecutive games 20 completions: 33, Drew Brees 2009-current
  • Most games 20 completions, career: 189, Brett Favre 1992–2010
  • Most games 20 completions, season: 16, Drew Brees 2010
  • Most games 20 completions and no interceptions, career: 65, Brett Favre 1992–2010
  • Most games with 20 completions and no interceptions, season: 10, Tom Brady 2007
  • Most games 30 completions, career: 27, Drew Brees 2003–Present
  • Most games 30 completions, season: 8, Drew Brees 2011
  • Most games 30 completions and no interceptions, career: 12, Drew Brees 2006–Present
  • Most games with 30 completions and no interceptions, season: 5, Tom Brady 2007

[edit] Pass completion percentageEditEdit

  • 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: 66.1, Chad Pennington, 2000–present[6]
  • Highest completion percentage, season: 70.623, Drew Brees, 2009 (363/514)[7]
  • Highest completion percentage, rookie, season: 66.44, Ben Roethlisberger, 2004 (196/295)
  • 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)

[edit] Passing yardsEditEdit

[edit] Average passing yardsEditEdit

[edit] Passing touchdownsEditEdit

[edit] Interceptions thrownEditEdit

  • Most passes intercepted, career: 336, Brett Favre, 1991–2010
  • 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, season: 358, Tom Brady, October 24, 2010-September 12, 2011[19]
  • Most consecutive passes, None intercepted, rookie season: 169, Sam Bradford, 2010
  • Most consecutive passes, None intercepted to start a career: 162, Tom Brady, 2000–2001
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Most games with 5 touchdown passes and no interceptions, season 3, Tom Brady 2007
  • Most games with 5 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career 4, Tom Brady 2000–2010, Peyton Manning 1998–2010
  • 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
  • Most games with 20 completions and no interceptions, season 10, Tom Brady 2007
  • Most games with 30 completions and no interceptions, career 10, Tom Brady 2000–2011
  • Most games with 30 completions and no interceptions, season 5, Tom Brady 2007
  • Most games with 30 pass attempts and no interceptions, career 61, Brett Favre 1991–2010
  • Most games with 30 pass attempts and no interceptions, season 8, Peyton Manning 2006 2010, Marc Bulger 2006, Tom Brady 2003, Drew Bledsoe 2002
  • Most games with 40 pass attempts and no interceptions, career 15, Brett Favre 1991–2010, Drew Bledsoe 1993–2006
  • Most games with 40 pass attempts and no interceptions, season 6, by 6 players, most recently; Peyton Manning 2010
  • 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

[edit] Passing interception differential/ratioEditEdit

  • Largest touchdown pass–interception differential, game: 7 (7–0) Y.A. Tittle, October 28, 1962
  • Largest touchdown pass–interception differential, season: 42 (50–8) Tom Brady, 2007
  • Largest touchdown pass–interception differential, rookie season: 14 (20–6) Dan Marino, 1983
  • Largest touchdown pass–interception differential, career: 201 (399–198) Peyton Manning, 1998–present
  • Largest touchdown pass–interception ratio, career: 3.35-1 (124-37) Aaron Rodgers, 2005-present
  • Largest touchdown pass–interception ratio, season: 9.0-1 (36-4) Tom Brady, 2010 (mininimum 12 TD passes)
  • Largest passing yards–interception ratio, career: 337.3-1 (34,744-103) Tom Brady, 2000-present (mininimum 20,000 passing yards)
  • Largest passing yards–interception ratio, season: 975.0-1 (3,900-4) Tom Brady, 2010 (mininimum 2,000 passing yards)
  • Largest completion–interception ratio, career: 32.43-1 (1,038-32) Aaron Rodgers, 2005-present (mininimum 1,000 completions)
  • Largest completion–interception ratio, season: 81.0-1 (324-4) Tom Brady 2010, (mininimum 150 completions)

[edit] Lowest percentage passes had interceptedEditEdit

  • Most seasons led league lowest percentage not intercepted: 5 Sammy Baugh 1940, 1942, 1944–1945, 1947
  • Lowest percentage passes had intercepted career: 1.99 Aaron Rodgers 2005–2010
  • Lowest percentage passes had intercepted season: 0.41 Damon Huard 2006
  • Lowest percentage passes had intercepted rookie season: 1.98 Charlie Batch 1998[20]

[edit] Times sackedEditEdit

[edit] ReceivingEditEdit

[edit] ReceptionsEditEdit

[edit] Yards receivingEditEdit

For a more comprehensive list, see List of National Football League receiving yards leaders.*Most seasons leading league: 7, Don Hutson, 1936, 1938–1939, 1941–1944

[edit] Average yards/receptionEditEdit

  • 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

[edit] Receiving touchdownsEditEdit

For a more comprehensive list, see List of National Football League receiving touchdowns leaders.*Most seasons led league: 9 Don Hutson 1935–1938 1940–1944

[edit] Yards from scrimmageEditEdit

For a more comprehensive list, see List of National Football League yards from scrimmage leaders.*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

[edit] All-purposeEditEdit

For a more comprehensive list, see List of National Football League all-purpose yards leaders.*Most seasons leading league, combined yardage: 5, Jim Brown, 1958–1961, 1964

[edit] All-purpose attemptsEditEdit

  • 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

[edit] All-purpose yardsEditEdit

[edit] InterceptionsEditEdit

[edit] Interception return yardsEditEdit

[edit] Interception return touchdownsEditEdit

[edit] PuntingEditEdit

[edit] PuntsEditEdit

[edit] Punting yardsEditEdit

[edit] Average punting yardsEditEdit

[edit] Average net punting yardsEditEdit

[edit] Punts had blockedEditEdit

[edit] Punts inside the 20EditEdit

[edit] Punt returnsEditEdit

[edit] Punt return attemptsEditEdit

[edit] Fair catchesEditEdit

[edit] Punt return yardsEditEdit

[edit] Average punt return yardsEditEdit

  • 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

[edit] Punt return touchdownsEditEdit

[edit] Kickoff returnsEditEdit

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

[edit] Kickoff return attemptsEditEdit

[edit] Kickoff return yardsEditEdit

[edit] Average kickoff return yardsEditEdit

[edit] Kickoff return touchdownsEditEdit

[edit] Combined kick/punt returnsEditEdit

[edit] Kick/punt return yardsEditEdit

[edit] Kick/punt return touchdownsEditEdit

[edit] FumblesEditEdit

[edit] Fumbles recoveredEditEdit

[edit] Own fumbles recoveredEditEdit

[edit] Opponent fumbles recoveredEditEdit

[edit] Fumble return yardsEditEdit

[edit] Fumble return touchdownsEditEdit

[edit] Fumbles forcedEditEdit

[edit] SacksEditEdit

Official NFL records started in 1982

[edit] Records in a single decadeEditEdit

[edit] Records in a single monthEditEdit

[edit] Overtime RecordsEditEdit

[edit] MiscellaneousEditEdit

[edit] WinsEditEdit

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

Longest regular season home win streak to start a career for an NFL quarterback: 15, Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams, 1999–2001

[edit] LossesEditEdit

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

[edit] Starts/games playedEditEdit

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: 300 (305 including playoffs) Jason Hanson, Detroit Lions, 1992-present
  • Most starts, career: 298 (322 including playoffs) Brett Favre, 1992–2010
  • 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
  • Most consecutive starts to begin a career: 208 (227 including playoffs) Peyton Manning, 1998–11/09/11
  • 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
  • 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: 183 (192 including playoffs), Ronde Barber, 1999–present
  • 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

[edit] Professional football firstsEditEdit

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[edit] Longest play EditEdit

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