List of National Football League career quarterback wins leaders

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The following is a list of the top National Football League (NFL) quarterbacks in wins. In the NFL, the quarterback is the only position that is credited with records of wins and losses.

Active quarterback Tom Brady holds the records for most wins with 237, most regular season wins with 207, and most postseason wins with 30, as of the Super Bowl round of the 2018 playoffs. Having played his entire career with the New England Patriots, each of Brady's win records also apply to wins with a single team.

Among retired players, the record for most wins is held by Peyton Manning with 200. In his final professional game, Manning set the then-record for wins, surpassing Brett Favre who retired with 199 wins. Other previous record-holders include John Elway (162), Fran Tarkenton (130), and Johnny Unitas (124). Otto Graham holds the record for the highest winning percentage with a minimum of 35 wins at .788 (61 wins to 16 losses).

List[edit]

This sortable table shows the top 100 NFL quarterbacks in order of regular season wins, since the start of the modern era, 1950. The table also shows every team that a quarterback played for. If two quarterbacks have the same number of wins, the player with the higher winning percentage is ranked first. Quarterbacks in bold are still active.

Quarterbacks ranked by total wins, then winning percentage
Rank Quarterback Team(s) Seasons Career wins Career losses Ties Win percentage
1 Tom Brady[1] New England Patriots 2000–present 207 60 0 .775
2 Peyton Manning[2] Indianapolis Colts 1998–2011 141 67 0 .685
Denver Broncos 2012–2015 45 12
3 Brett Favre[3] Atlanta Falcons 1991 0 0 0 .618
Green Bay Packers 1992–2007 160 93
New York Jets 2008 9 7
Minnesota Vikings 2009–2010 17 12
4 John Elway[4] Denver Broncos 1983–1998 148 82 1 .645
5 Dan Marino[5] Miami 1983–1999 147 93 0 .589
5 Drew Brees[6] San Diego Chargers 2001–2005 30 28 0 .574
New Orleans 2006–present 125 80
7 Ben Roethlisberger[7] Pittsburgh 2004–present 138 65 1 .670
8 Fran Tarkenton[8] Minnesota 1961–1966
1972–1978
91 73 6 .533
New York Giants 1967–1971 33 36
9 Johnny Unitas[9] Baltimore Colts 1956–1972 117 61 4 .649
San Diego Chargers 1973 1 3
10 Joe Montana[10] San Francisco 1979–1992 100 39 0 .711
Kansas City 1993–1994 17 8
11 Eli Manning[11] New York Giants 2004–present 116 114 0 .504
12 Philip Rivers[12] San Diego /
Los Angeles Chargers
2004–present 118 90 0 .567
13 Terry Bradshaw[13] Pittsburgh 1970–1983 107 51 0 .684
14 Matt Ryan[14] Atlanta 2008–present 102 72 0 .586
14 Warren Moon[15] Houston Oilers 1984–1993 70 69 0 .502
Minnesota 1994–1996 21 18
Seattle 1997–1998 11 13
Kansas City 1999–2000 0 1
16 Jim Kelly[16] Buffalo 1986–1996 101 59 0 .621
17 Aaron Rodgers[17] Green Bay 2005–present 100 57 1 .636
18 Donovan McNabb[18] Philadelphia 1999–2009 92 49 1 .607
Washington 2010 5 8
Minnesota 2011 1 5
18 Dave Krieg[19] Seattle 1980–1991 70 49 0 .549
Kansas City 1992–1993 13 8
Detroit 1994 5 2
Arizona Cardinals 1995 4 12
Chicago 1996 6 6
Tennessee Oilers 1997–1998 0 0
18 Drew Bledsoe[20] New England 1993–2001 63 60 0 .508
Buffalo 2002–2004 23 25
Dallas 2005–2006 12 10
21 Ken Stabler[21] Oakland Raiders 1970–1979 69 26 1 .655
Houston Oilers 1980–1981 16 12
New Orleans 1982–1984 11 11
21 Joe Flacco[22] Baltimore Ravens 2008–present 96 63 0 .607
23 Phil Simms[23] New York Giants 1979–1993 95 64 0 .598
24 Steve Young[24] Tampa Bay 1985–1986 3 16 0 .650
San Francisco 1987–1999 91 33
24 Bart Starr[25] Green Bay 1956–1971 94 57 6 .635
24 Len Dawson[26] Pittsburgh 1957–1959 0 1 8 .617
Cleveland 1960–1961 1 0
Dallas Texans/
Kansas City
1962–1975 93 56
24 Troy Aikman[27] Dallas 1989–2000 94 71 0 .583
28 Bob Griese[28] Miami 1967–1980 92 56 3 .614
29 Roger Staubach[29] Dallas 1969–1979 85 29 0 .733
30 Steve McNair[30] Houston Oilers /
Tennessee Oilers / Titans
1995–2005 76 55 0 .589
Baltimore Ravens 2006–2007 15 7
31 Ken Anderson[31] Cincinnati 1971–1986 91 81 0 .522
32 Carson Palmer[32] Cincinnati 2004–2010 46 51 1 .505
Oakland Raiders 2011–2012 8 16
Arizona Cardinals 2013–2017 38 21
33 Alex Smith[33] San Francisco 2005–2012 38 36 1 .575
Kansas City 2013–2017 50 26
Washington 2018–present 2 1
34 Vinny Testaverde[34] Tampa Bay 1987–1992 24 48 1 .422
Cleveland 1993–1995 16 15
Baltimore Ravens 1996–1997 8 20
New York Jets 1998–2003
2005
35 26
Dallas 2004 5 10
New England 2006 0 0
Carolina 2007 2 4
35 Matt Hasselbeck[35] Green Bay 1999–2000 0 0 0 .526
Seattle 2001–2010 69 62
Tennessee Titans 2011–2012 11 10
Indianapolis Colts 2013–2015 5 3
36 Dan Fouts[36] San Diego Chargers 1973–1987 86 84 1 .503
37 Jim Hart[37] St. Louis Cardinals 1966–1983 87 88 5 .497
Washington 1984 0 0
38 Roman Gabriel[38] Los Angeles Rams 1962–1972 74 39 7 .563
Philadelphia 1973–1977 12 25
39 Craig Morton[39] Dallas 1965–1974 32 14 1 .562
New York Giants 1974–1976 8 25
Denver 1977–1982 41 23
40 Randall Cunningham[40] Philadelphia 1985–1995 63 43 1 .594
Minnesota 1997–1999 16 7
Dallas 2000 1 2
Baltimore Ravens 2001 2 0
41 Bobby Layne[41] Chicago 1948 0 0 5 .573
New York Bulldogs 1949 1 10
Detroit 1950–1958 53 29
Pittsburgh 1958–1962 27 22
42 Kerry Collins[42] Carolina 1995–1998 22 20 0 .449
New Orleans 1998 2 5
New York Giants 1999–2003 35 33
Oakland Raiders 2004–2005 7 21
Tennessee Titans 2006–2010 15 17
Indianapolis Colts 2011 0 3
43 Joe Theismann[43] Washington 1974–1985 77 47 0 .629
44 Mark Brunell[44] Green Bay 1994 0 0 0 .516
Jacksonville 1995–2003 63 54
Washington 2004–2006 15 18
New Orleans 2008–2009 0 1
New York Jets 2010–2011 0 0
45 Boomer Esiason[45] Cincinnati 1984–1992
1997
62 61 0 .466
New York Jets 1993–1995 15 27
Arizona Cardinals 1996 3 5
46 John Hadl[46] San Diego Chargers 1962–1972 59 54 9 .515
Los Angeles Rams 1973–1974 15 4
Green Bay 1974–1975 7 12
Houston Oilers 1976–1977 1 5
47 Tony Romo[47] Dallas 2004–2016 78 49 0 .602
48 Rich Gannon[48] Minnesota 1987–1992 19 16 0 .576
Washington 1993 1 3
Kansas City 1995–1998 11 8
Oakland Raiders 1999–2004 45 29
49 Jim Plunkett[49] New England 1971–1975 23 38 0 .519
San Francisco 1976–1977 11 15
Oakland/ LA Raiders 1979–1986 38 19
50 Joe Ferguson[50] Buffalo 1973–1984 77 86 0 .457
Detroit 1985–1986 2 3
Tampa Bay 1988–1989 0 3
Indianapolis Colts 1990 0 0
51 Y. A. Tittle[51] Baltimore Colts 1950 1 6 5 .588
San Francisco 1951–1960 45 31
New York Giants 1961–1964 32 13
52 Ron Jaworski[52] Los Angeles Rams 1974–1976 3 0 1 .513
Philadelphia 1977–1986 69 67
Miami 1988 0 0
Kansas City 1989 1 2
53 Kurt Warner[53] St. Louis Rams 1998–2003 35 15 0 .589
New York Giants 2004 5 4
Arizona Cardinals 2005–2009 27 30
54 Brad Johnson[54] Minnesota 1994–1998
2005–2006
28 18 0 .576
Washington 1999–2000 17 10
Tampa Bay 2001–2004 26 23
Dallas 2007–2008 1 2
55 John Brodie[55] San Francisco 1957–1973 74 76 8 .491
56 Russell Wilson[56] Seattle 2012–present 67 32 1 .674
57 Steve Grogan[57] New England 1975–1990 75 60 0 .543
58 Jay Cutler[58] Denver 2006–2008 17 20 0 .484
Chicago 2009–2016 51 51
Miami 2017 6 8
59 Jake Plummer[59] Arizona Cardinals 1997–2002 30 52 0 .500
Denver 2003–2006 39 15
60 Daryle Lamonica[60] Buffalo 1963–1966 4 0 6 .753
Oakland Raiders 1967–1974 62 16
61 Jim McMahon[61] Chicago 1982–1988 46 15 0 .680
San Diego Chargers 1989 4 7
Philadelphia 1990–1992 9 3
Minnesota 1993 8 4
Arizona Cardinals 1994 0 1
Green Bay 1995–1996 0 0
62 Sonny Jurgensen[62] Philadelphia 1957–1963 17 22 7 .487
Washington 1964–1974 52 51
63 Chris Chandler[63] Indianapolis Colts 1988–1989 10 6 0 .445
Tampa Bay 1990–1991 0 6
Phoenix Cardinals 1991–1993 5 12
Los Angeles Rams
St. Louis Rams
1994
2004
2 6
Houston Oilers 1995–1996 11 14
Atlanta 1997–2001 34 33
Chicago 2002–2004 5 8
64 Jim Harbaugh[64] Chicago 1987–1993 35 30 0 .469
Indianapolis Colts 1994–1997 20 26
Baltimore Ravens 1998 5 7
San Diego Chargers 1998–2000 6 11
65 Danny White[65] Dallas 1976–1988 62 30 0 .657
66 Earl Morrall[66] San Francisco 1956 1 3 3 .634
Pittsburgh 1957–1958 6 7
Detroit 1958–1964 15 11
New York Giants 1965–1967 8 12
Baltimore Colts 1968–1971 22 3
Miami 1972–1976 11 1
67 Jack Kemp[67] Pittsburgh 1957 0 0 3 .617
Los Angeles /
San Diego Chargers
1960–1962 22 6
Buffalo 1962–1969 43 31
68 Cam Newton[68] Carolina 2011–present 64 46 1 .572
69 Andy Dalton[69] Cincinnati 2011–present 66 45 2 .573
70 Jim Everett[70] Los Angeles Rams 1986–1993 46 59 0 .418
New Orleans 1994–1996 17 30
San Diego Chargers 1997 1 0
71 Charlie Conerly [a][71] New York Giants 1948–1961 65 39 1 .612
72 Jay Schroeder[72] Washington 1985–1987 24 7 0 .615
LA Raiders 1988–1992 32 25
Cincinnati 1993 0 3
Arizona Cardinals 1994 5 3
73 Joe Namath[73] New York Jets 1965–1976 60 61 4 .500
Los Angeles Rams 1977 2 2
74 Norm Van Brocklin[74] Los Angeles Rams 1949–1957 42 20 4 .624
Philadelphia 1958–1960 19 16
75 Michael Vick[75] Atlanta 2001–2006 38 28 1 .538
Philadelphia 2009–2013 20 20
New York Jets 2014 1 2
Pittsburgh 2015 2 1
76 Trent Dilfer[76] Tampa Bay 1994–1999 38 38 0 .529
Baltimore Ravens 2000 7 1
Seattle 2001–2004 8 4
Cleveland 2005 4 7
San Francisco 2007 1 5
77 Billy Kilmer[77] New Orleans 1967–1970 11 29 1 .525
Washington 1971–1978 50 23
78 Otto Graham[78] Cleveland 1950–1955 57 13 1 .788
79 Jake Delhomme[79] New Orleans 1999, 2002 1 1 0 .587
Carolina 2003–2009 53 37
Cleveland 2010 2 2
Houston Texans 2011 0 0
80 Matthew Stafford[80] Detroit 2009–present 61 68 0 .462
81 Jeff Garcia[81] San Francisco 1999–2003 35 36 0 .492
Cleveland 2004 3 7
Detroit 2005 1 4
Philadelphia 2006, 2009 5 1
Tampa Bay 2007–2008 14 10
Houston Texans 2011 0 0
82 Steve Bartkowski[82] Atlanta 1975–1985 55 66 0 .458
Los Angeles Rams 1986 4 2
83 Charley Johnson[83] St. Louis Cardinals 1961–1969 36 28 8 .508
Houston Oilers 1970–1971 3 11
Denver 1972–1975 20 18
84 Dan Pastorini[84] Houston Oilers 1971–1979 53 54 0 .484
Oakland Raiders 1980 2 3
Los Angeles Rams 1981 1 4
Philadelphia 1983 0 0
85 Frank Ryan[85] Los Angeles Rams 1958–1961 5 5 3 .661
Cleveland 1962–1968 52 22
Washington 1969–1970 0 0
86 Neil O'Donnell[86] Pittsburgh 1991–1995 39 22 0 .542
New York Jets 1996–1997 8 12
Cincinnati 1998 2 9
Tennessee Titans 1999–2003 6 2
87 Brian Sipe[87] Cleveland 1974–1983 57 55 0 .504
88 Milt Plum[88] Cleveland 1957–1961 33 16 6 .567
Detroit 1962–1967 23 25
Los Angeles Rams 1968 0 0
New York Giants 1969 0 0
89 Bobby Hebert[89] New Orleans 1985–1992 49 26 0 .544
Atlanta 1993–1996 7 18
90 Tommy Kramer[90] Minnesota 1977–1989 54 56 0 .491
New Orleans 1990 0 0
91 Bernie Kosar[91] Cleveland 1985–1993 53 51 1 .491
Dallas 1993 0 1
Miami 1994–1996 0 2
92 Trent Green[92] Washington 1997–1998 6 8 0 .487
St. Louis Rams 2000 & 2008 2 4
Kansas City 2001–2006 48 40
Miami 2007 0 5
93 Jeff Hostetler[93] New York Giants 1985–1992 16 9 0 .625
LA/ Oakland Raiders 1993–1996 33 22
Washington 1997 2 1
94 George Blanda[94] Chicago 1949–1958 8 12 1 .519
Houston Oilers 1960–1966 44 38
Oakland Raiders 1967–1975 1 0
95 Steve DeBerg[95] San Francisco 1978–1980 7 28 1 .378
Denver 1981–1983 5 6
Tampa Bay 1984–1987,
1992–1993
8 29
Kansas City 1988–1991 31 20
Miami 1993 2 2
Atlanta 1998 0 1
96 Stan Humphries[96] Washington 1989–1990 3 2 0 .609
San Diego Chargers 1992–1997 47 29
97 Ed Brown[97] Chicago 1954–1961 39 25 5 .572
Pittsburgh 1962–1965 14 13
Baltimore Colts 1965 0 0
98 Mark Rypien[98] Washington 1988-1993 45 27 0 .612
Cleveland 1994 2 1
St. Louis Rams 1995 0 3
99 Norm Snead[99] Washington 1961–1963 9 30 7 .349
Philadelphia 1964–1970 28 50
Minnesota 1971 2 0
New York Giants 1972–1974, 1976 11 14
San Francisco 1974–1975 2 6
100 Kordell Stewart[100] Pittsburgh 1997-2002 46 29 .585
100 Kordell Stewart[100] Chicago Bears 2003 2 5 .585
100 Tobin Rote[101] Green Bay 1950-1956 26 46 4 .442
Detroit 1957-1959 9 12
San Diego Chargers 1963–1964 13 6
Rank Quarterback Team(s) Seasons Career wins Career losses Ties Win percentage

^* Note: Bobby Layne is listed as having started all 12 games for the Bulldogs (NFL) in 1949. The record for that team is 1–10–1. Combined with his official post–1949 won–loss–tied record of 80–51–4 (0.607), his overall estimated won–loss–tied record is 81–61–5 (0.568).[41]

^† Note: The 1950 Baltimore Colts are a defunct NFL team, not part of the current Colts franchise.

  • a Charlie Conerly is estimated to have gone 7–8–0 as a starter from 1948–1949. Combined with his official post-1949 won-loss-tied record of 58–31–1 (0.650), his overall estimated won-loss-tied record is 65–39–1 (0.624).
  • b Otto Graham also started 53 games for the Cleveland Browns when they were in the All-America Football Conference (1946–1949). He finished his professional career (AAFC and NFL) with a 105–17–4 regular-season record (84.0% win rate). Graham took his team to the championship game in all ten of his professional seasons winning seven of them (4 AAFC and 3 NFL).[102]

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