List of National Football League records (individual)

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Here is a list of the records in the National Football League set by individual players.

Contents

Service[edit]

Scoring[edit]

Touchdowns[edit]

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

Points after touchdown[edit]

Field goals[edit]

Safeties[edit]

Rushing[edit]

Rushing attempts[edit]

Rushing yards[edit]

Rushing touchdowns[edit]

Passing[edit]

Passer rating[edit]

Passing attempts[edit]

  • 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[192]
  • Most pass attempts, season: 727, Matthew Stafford, 2012[193]
  • Most pass attempts, rookie, season: 627, Andrew Luck 2012[1]:s-8
  • Most pass attempts per game, career: 38.33, Matthew Stafford, (5,405 Attempts/141 Games), 2009–2018.[194]
  • Most pass attempts per game, season: 45.44, Matthew Stafford, (727 Attempts/16 Games), 2012[195]
  • 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)[196]
  • Most pass attempts, regulation game: 69, Vinny Testaverde Dec 24, 2000
  • Most pass attempts, game, perfect passer rating (158.3): 33, Jared Goff, 09-27-2018.
  • Most seasons, 500+ pass attempts: 17, Brett Favre, 1993–2009
  • Most seasons, 550+ pass attempts: 11, Peyton Manning, 1998, 2000, 2002–2003, 2006, 2008–2010, 2012–2014

Pass completions[edit]

Pass completion percentage[edit]

  • 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): 67.32, Drew Brees (6,586 Passing completions/9,783 attempts), 2001–2018.[221]
  • Highest completion percentage, season (among qualified players): 74.43, Drew Brees, 2018 (364/489)[222]
  • Highest completion percentage, rookie, season: 67.76, Dak Prescott, 2016 (311/459)[1]:s-8
  • Highest completion percentage, regular season game (minimum 20 attempts): 96.55, Philip Rivers; 11-25-2018 (28/29).[223]
  • Most games with at least 80% pass completion rate, career (minimum 20 attempts per game): 24, Drew Brees, 2004–2018.[224]
  • Most games with at least 80% pass completion rate, season (minimum 20 attempts per game): 4, Drew Brees, 2018[225]
  • Most games with at least 80% pass completion rate and no interceptions, career (minimum 20 passes per game): 22, Drew Brees, 2004–2018.[226]
  • Most games with at least 80% pass completion rate and no interceptions, season (minimum 20 passes per game): 4, Drew Brees, 2018[227]
  • Most games with at least 75% pass completion rate, career (minimum 20 attempts per game): 61, Drew Brees, 2004–2018.[228]
  • Most games with at least 75% pass completion rate, season (minimum 20 attempts per game): 8, Tom Brady, 2007[229]
  • Most games with at least 75% pass completion rate and no interceptions, career (minimum 20 attempts per game): 47, Drew Brees, 2004–2018.[230]
  • Most games with at least 75% pass completion rate and no interceptions, season (minimum 20 attempts per game): 6, Tom Brady, 2007, Dak Prescott, 2016.[231]
  • Most games with at least 70% pass completion rate, career (minimum 20 attempts per game): 106, Drew Brees, 2004–2018.[232]
  • Most games with at least 70% pass completion rate, season (minimum 20 attempts per game): 13, Drew Brees, 2017[233]
  • Most games with at least 70% pass completion rate and no interceptions, career (minimum 20 attempts per game): 69, Drew Brees, 2004–2018.[234]
  • Most seasons with at least 70% pass completion rate (minimum 100 attempts per season): 5, Drew Brees, 2009, 2011, 2016-2018 [235]
  • Most seasons with at least 60% pass completion rate (minimum 100 attempts per season): 17, Tom Brady, 2001-2007, 2009–2018[236]
  • 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; 10-26-2014.
  • Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 400 passing yards): 83.33, 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): 95.7, Marcus Mariota; Nov 26, 2018
  • 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): 92.31, 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): 96.55, Philip Rivers on Nov 25, 2018; [237]

Passing yards[edit]

Average passing yards[edit]

  • Most seasons led league: 7, Sid Luckman, 1939–1943, 1946–47[1]:s-10
  • Most consecutive seasons led league: 5, Sid Luckman, 1939–1943[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[279]
  • Highest yards per attempt, season (among qualified players): 11.17 (1,229 on 110 attempts), Tommy O'Connell, 1957[1]:s-10[280]
  • Highest yards per attempt, rookie, season: 9.41 (1,854 yards on 197 attempts), Greg Cook, 1969[1]:s-10[1]:s-10[281]
  • Highest yards per attempt, game: 18.58 (446 yards on 24 attempts) Sammy Baugh on October 31, 1948[1]:s-10

Passing touchdowns[edit]

Career
  • Most passing touchdowns, career: 539, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[282]
  • Most games 1+ TD passes, career: 249, Brett Favre, 1992–2010[283]
  • Most games 2+ TD passes, career: 165, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015, Tom Brady, 2001-2018[284]
  • Most games 3+ TD passes, career: 93, Peyton Manning, 1998–2015[285]
  • Most games 4+ TD passes, career: 35, Peyton Manning, 2000–2015[286]
  • Most games 5+ TD passes, career: 10, Drew Brees, 2004–2018[287]
  • Most games 6+ TD passes, career: 3, Peyton Manning, 2003–2015[288]
  • 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[289]
  • 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: 3, Ben Roethlisberger[290]
  • Most 90+ yard touchdown passes: 4, Ben Roethlisberger<[291]
  • Most 85+ yard touchdown passes: 4, Eli Manning, Ben Roethlisberger, Norm Snead, Ed Brown, Craig Morton, & Jim Plunkett[292]
  • Most 80+ yard touchdown passes: 9, Brett Favre[293]
  • Most 75+ yard touchdown passes: 14, Brett Favre[294]
  • Most 70+ yard touchdown passes: 18, Drew Brees & Eli Manning[295]
  • Most 65+ yard touchdown passes: 26, John Hadl[296]
  • Most 60+ yard touchdown passes: 33, John Hadl[297]
  • Most 55+ yard touchdown passes: 39, John Hadl[298]
  • Most 50+ yard touchdown passes: 51, Johnny Unitas[299]
  • Most 45+ yard touchdown passes: 56, Johnny Unitas, John Hadl[300]
  • Most 40+ yard touchdown passes: 70, Johnny Unitas & Peyton Manning[301]
  • Most 35+ yard touchdown passes: 92, Peyton Manning[302]
  • Most 30+ yard touchdown passes: 121, Peyton Manning[303]
  • Most 25+ yard touchdown passes: 157, Peyton Manning[304]
  • Most 20+ yard touchdown passes: 194, Peyton Manning[305]
  • Most 15+ yard touchdown passes: 246, Peyton Manning[306]
  • Most 10+ yard touchdown passes: 323, Peyton Manning[307]
  • Most 5+ yard touchdown passes: 420, Peyton Manning[308]
  • Most 1–4 yard touchdown passes: 118, Peyton Manning[309]
  • Most red zone touchdown passes: 348, Peyton Manning[310]
  • Most 1 yard touchdown passes: 37, Brett Favre[311]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, twenty-year period: 136, Brett Favre (414–278, 2nd: Dan Marino; 1987–2006),[312] (442–306, 2nd: Peyton Manning; 1988–2007)[313]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, nineteen-year period: 139, Brett Favre (414–275, 2nd: Peyton Manning; 1988–2006)[314]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, eighteen-year period: 139, Brett Favre (414–275, 2nd: Peyton Manning; 1989–2006)[315]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, seventeen-year period: 145, Brett Favre (396–251, 2nd: Vinny Testeverde; 1989–2005)[316]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, sixteen-year period: 152, Brett Favre (396–244, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe/Peyton Manning; 1990–2005)[317]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, fifteen-year period: 152, Brett Favre (396–244, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe/Peyton Manning; 1991–2005)[318]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, fourteen-year period: 155, Brett Favre (376–221, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1991–2004)[319]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, thirteen-year period: 155, Brett Favre (376–221, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1992–2004)[320]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, twelve-year period: 145, Brett Favre (346–201, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1992–2003)[321]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, eleven-year period: 127, Brett Favre (328–201, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1993–2003)[322]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, ten-year period: 123, Brett Favre (309–186, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1994–2003)[323]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, ten-year period from first start as a quarterback: 106, Brett Favre (287–181, 2nd: Steve Young; 1992–2001)[324][325]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, nine-year period: 109, Brett Favre (276–167, 2nd: Peyton Manning; 1995–2003)[326]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, eight-year period: 99, Brett Favre (250–151, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1994–2001)[327]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, seven-year period: 83, Brett Favre (217–134, 2nd: Vinny Testeverde; 1995–2001)[328]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, six-year period: 66, Brett Favre (198–132, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1994–1999)[329]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, five-year period: 58, Brett Favre (168–107, 2nd: Drew Bledsoe; 1995–1999)[330]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, four-year period: 50, Brett Favre (145–95, 2nd: John Elway; 1994–1997)[331]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, three-year period: 42, Dan Marino (122–80, 2nd: Dave Krieg; 1984–1986)[332]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, two-year period: 26, Dan Marino (70–44, 2nd: Dave Krieg; 1986–1987)[333]
  • Largest touchdown pass differential, one-year period: 19, Dan Marino (44–25, 2nd: Ken O'Brien; 1986)[334]
Regular season
Game

Interceptions thrown[edit]

Passing interception differential/ratio[edit]

  • 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[356]
  • Best touchdown pass–interception differential, season: +45 (55 TDs, 10 INTs), Peyton Manning, 2013
  • Best touchdown pass–interception differential, rookie season: +19 (23 TDs, 4 INTs), Dak Prescott, 2016[415]
  • Best touchdown pass–interception ratio, rookie season: 5.75:1 (23 TDs, 4 INTs), Dak Prescott, 2016.
  • Best touchdown pass–interception differential, career: +346 (517 TDs, 171 INTs), Tom Brady, 2001–2018.
  • Best touchdown pass-interception differential, playoffs, career: +39 (73 TDs, 34 INTs), Tom Brady, 2002–2019.
  • Best touchdown pass–interception ratio, career: 4.23:1 (338 TDs, 80 INTs), Aaron Rodgers, 2005–2018.
  • Best touchdown pass–interception ratio, season: 14:1 (28 TDs, 2 INTs), Tom Brady, 2016 (minimum 14 TD passes).
  • Best passing yards–interception ratio, career: 536.8:1 (42,944 yards, 80 INTs), Aaron Rodgers, 2005–2018.
  • Best passing yards-interception ratio, playoffs, career: 432.64:1 (4,759 yards, 11 INTs), Drew Brees, 2004–2019.
  • Best passing yards–interception ratio, season: 2,221:1 (4,442 yards, 2 INTs), Aaron Rodgers, 2018 (minimum 2,000 passing yards).

Lowest percentage passes had intercepted[edit]

  • 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): 1.46 (80 INTs, 5,492 attempts), Aaron Rodgers, 2005–2018[416]
  • Lowest percentage pick 6s, career (minimum 1,500 attempts): 0.000364 (2 pick 6s, 5,492 attempts), Aaron Rodgers, 2005–2018[416]
  • Lowest percentage passes had intercepted season (minimum 200 attempts): 0.0 (0 INTs, 200 attempts), Brian Hoyer, 2016
  • Lowest percentage passes had intercepted season (minimum 16 starts): 0.335 (2 INTs, 597 attempts), Aaron Rodgers, 2018
  • Lowest percentage passes had intercepted rookie season: 0.87 (4 INTs, 459 attempts), Dak Prescott, 2016[1]:s-11[417]

Sacked[edit]

Receiving[edit]

Receptions[edit]

Yards receiving[edit]

Average yards/reception[edit]

  • 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[edit]

Yards from scrimmage[edit]

  • Most seasons leading the league in yards from scrimmage, 6 Jim Brown, 1958–1959, 1961, 1963–1965[501]
  • Most consecutive seasons leading the league in yards from scrimmage, 4 Thurman Thomas, 1989–1992[501]
  • Most yards from scrimmage, career: 23,540, Jerry Rice, 1985–2004[1]:s-14[502]
  • Most yards from scrimmage, season: 2,509, Chris Johnson, 2009[1]:s-14[503]
  • Most yards from scrimmage, no fumbles, season: 2,189, Marshall Faulk, 2000
  • Most yards from scrimmage, no touchdowns, season: 1,124, Clark Gaines, 1979
  • Most yards from scrimmage, rookie, season: 2,212, Eric Dickerson, 1983[1]:s-14
  • Most yards from scrimmage, season, away: 1,289, O.J. Simpson, 1976
  • Highest average yards from scrimmage per game, career (100 games): 125.52, Jim Brown (14,811 yards/118 games), 1957–1965
  • Highest average yards from scrimmage per game, career (40 games): 128.97, Le'Veon Bell (7,996 yards/ 62 games), 2014–2017
  • 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, no fumbles, season: 430 (397 rushes, 33 receptions), Gerald Riggs, 1985
  • Most combined attempts, game: 48, James Wilder (42 rushes, 6 receptions), on October 30, 1983 and LaDainian Tomlinson (37 rushes, 11 receptions), on December 1, 2002 (OT)[1]:s-24
  • Most combined attempts, no touchdowns, season: 258 (228 rushes, 30 receptions), Marcel Shipp, 2003
  • 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[504]
  • Most yards from scrimmage, non-overtime game: 330, Billy Cannon, Dec. 10, 1961
  • Most yards from scrimmage, no touchdowns, game: 307, Antonio Brown, November 8, 2015
  • Most yards from scrimmage, first game: 246, Kareem Hunt, September 7, 2017
  • 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, Marcus Allen, 1985; Barry Sanders, 1997; Edgerrin James, 2000; David Johnson 2016
  • 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, Le'Veon 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
  • Fewest games to reach 1,000 yards from scrimmage: 7, Eric Dickerson 1983, Kareem Hunt 2017
  • Fewest games to reach 2,000 yards from scrimmage: 14, Eric Dickerson 1983
  • Fewest games to reach 3,000 yards from scrimmage: 22, Edgerrin James 1983–1984
  • Fewest games to reach 4,000 yards from scrimmage: 30, Eric Dickerson 1983–1984, Edgerrin James 1999–2000
  • Fewest games to reach 5,000 yards from scrimmage: 36, Edgerrin James 1999–2001
  • Fewest games to reach 6,000 yards from scrimmage: 44, Edgerrin James 1999–2002
  • Fewest games to reach 7,000 yards from scrimmage: 55, Eric Dickerson 1983–1986
  • Fewest games to reach 8,000 yards from scrimmage: 64, Eric Dickerson 1983–1987
  • Fewest games to reach 9,000 yards from scrimmage: 72, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–2005, Edgerrin James 1999–2004
  • Fewest games to reach 10,000 yards from scrimmage: 78, Edgerrin James 1999–2004
  • Fewest games to reach 11,000 yards from scrimmage: 87, Edgerrin James 1999–2005
  • Fewest games to reach 12,000 yards from scrimmage: 95, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–2006, Edgerrin James 1999–2005
  • Fewest games to reach 13,000 yards from scrimmage: 104, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–2007
  • Fewest games to reach 14,000 yards from scrimmage: 111, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–2007
  • Fewest games to reach 15,000 yards from scrimmage: 121, LaDainian Tomlinson 2001–2008
  • Fewest games to reach 16,000 yards from scrimmage: 129, Marshall Faulk 1994–2002
  • Fewest games to reach 17,000 yards from scrimmage: 142, Marshall Faulk 1994–2003
  • Fewest games to reach 18,000 yards from scrimmage: 149, Barry Sanders 1989–1998
  • Fewest games to reach 19,000 yards from scrimmage: 164, Walter Payton 1975–1986
  • Fewest games to reach 20,000 yards from scrimmage: 174, Walter Payton 1975–1986

All-purpose[edit]

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[edit]

  • Most combined attempts, career: 4,939, Emmitt Smith (4,409 rushes, 515 receptions, 15 fumble returns), 1990–2004[1]:s-24
  • Most combined attempts, season: 492, James Wilder (407 rushes, 85 receptions, 0 returns), 1984[1]:s-24
  • Most combined attempts, no fumbles, season: 430, Gerald Riggs (397 rushes, 33 receptions), 1985
  • Most combined attempts, no touchdowns, season: 258, Marcel Shipp (228 rushes, 30 receptions), 2003
  • Most combined attempts, no touchdowns, career: 300, Larry Marshall (162 punt returns, 138 kickoff returns), 1972–1978
  • Most consecutive combined attempts, no touchdowns, career: 512, Marcel Shipp (438 rushes, 74 receptions), December 15, 2002 – December 3, 2006
  • Most combined attempts, rookie, season: 441, Eric Dickerson (390 rushes, 51 receptions, 0 returns), 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, no fumbles: 870, Steven Jackson (755 rushes, 115 receptions), Nov 3, 2011-January 3, 2016 (end of career)
  • Most combined attempts, no fumbles, career: 446, Darnay Scott (408 receptions, 22 rushes, 15 kickoff returns, 1 fumble return), 1994–2002
  • Most consecutive combined attempts, no fumbles to start a career: 589, BenJarvus Green-Ellis (559 rushes, 30 receptions), 2008–2012
  • Most combined attempts, game: 48, James Wilder (42 rushes, 6 receptions), on October 30, 1983 and LaDainian Tomlinson (37 rushes, 11 receptions), on December 1, 2002 (OT)[1]:s-24

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]

  • 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[edit]

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][508]
  • Highest net average, season (among qualified players): 44.23 (78 punts for 3,450 net yards), John Hekker, 2013[509]
  • 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[edit]

Punts inside the 20[edit]

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

Punt returns[edit]

Punt return attempts[edit]

Fair catches[edit]

Punt return yards[edit]

Average punt return yards[edit]

  • 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[edit]

Kickoff returns[edit]

Kickoff return attempts[edit]

Kickoff return yards[edit]

Average kickoff return yards[edit]

  • 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[edit]

Combined kick/punt returns[edit]

  • 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 (148 punt, 256 kickoff), Chris Carr, 2005–2013
  • Most combined kick returns without a touchdown, season: 107 (34 punt, 73 kickoff), Chris Carr, 2005
  • Most combined kick returns without a touchdown, career, including postseason: 412 (153 punt, 259 kickoff), 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[512]
  • 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[edit]

  • 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, no fumbles, season: 1,911, Glyn Milburn, 1996
  • Most yards returned, no kickoffs or punt returns for a touchdown, season: 1,978, Danny Amendola, 2009; Chris Carr, 2006
  • Most yards returned, no kickoffs or punt returns for a touchdowns, career: 7,349, Chris Carr, 2005–2013
  • Most yards returned, no kickoffs or punt returns for a touchdowns, career, including postseason: 7,470, Chris Carr, 2005–2013
  • 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[edit]

Fumbles[edit]

Fumbles recovered[edit]

  • 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)

Opponent fumbles recovered[edit]

Fumble return yards[edit]

Fumble return touchdowns[edit]

Fumbles forced[edit]

Note: Forced fumbles are not an official NFL statistic and even unofficial numbers prior to 1991 are not available.[517][518]

Tackles[edit]

Sacks[edit]

Quarterback sack statistics have been compiled only since 1982
  • Most seasons leading league: 2;[1]:s-24[525]
Mark Gastineau, 198384
Reggie White, 198788
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[525]
Mark Gastineau, 198384
Reggie White, 198788
Simon Fletcher, 1992-93 [529]
Chris Jones, 2018 [530]
  • Most seasons, 20+ sacks: 2, J.J. Watt, 2012, 2014

Records in a single decade[edit]

Records in a single month[edit]

Overtime records[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Other[edit]

  • Only player with 200 yards receiving and 50 yards rushing in the same game: Marshall Faulk, Dec. 26, 1999
  • Only players with 150 yards receiving and 100 yards rushing in the same game: Ollie Matson Nov. 28, 1954; Herschel Walker, Dec. 14, 1986
  • Only players with 120 yards receiving and 120 yards rushing in the same game: Keith Lincoln Jan. 5, 1964; Herschel Walker, Dec. 14, 1986
  • Only player with 120 yards receiving and 150 yards rushing in the same game: Keith Lincoln Jan. 5, 1964
  • Only players with 100 yards receiving and 200 yards rushing in the same game: Keith Lincoln Jan. 5, 1964; Billy Cannon, Dec. 10, 1961
  • Only player with 60 yards receiving and 230 yards rushing in the same game: Le'veon Bell, Dec. 11, 2016
  • Only players with 100 yards receiving and 1 interception in the same game: Roy Green Sep. 20, 1981; Keyshawn Johnson, Jan. 10, 1999
  • Only player with 200 yards receiving and 10 rushing attempts in the same game: Marshall Faulk, Dec. 26, 1999
  • Only player with 150 yards receiving and 25 rushing attempts in the same game: Floyd Little, Nov. 24, 1968
  • Only player with 100 yards receiving and 30 rushing attempts in the same game: Steven Jackson, Dec. 24, 2006
  • Only player with 200 yards receiving and 1 rushing touchdown in the same game: Curtis McClinton, Dec. 19, 1965
  • Only players with 150 yards receiving and 2 rushing touchdowns in the same game: Herschel Walker, Oct. 12, 1986; Jahvid Best, Sep. 19, 2010
  • Only player with 130 yards receiving and 3 rushing touchdowns in the same game: Reggie Bush, Dec. 3, 2006
  • Only player with 90 yards receiving and 4 rushing touchdowns in the same game: Shaun Alexander, Sep. 29, 2002
  • Only player with 100 yards receiving and 2 punt returns for a touchdown in the same game: Steve Smith, Dec. 8, 2002
  • Only player with 170 yards receiving and 1 touchdown pass in the same game: Louis Lipps, Nov. 13, 1988
  • Only player with 230 yards rushing and 1 touchdown reception in the same game: Fred Taylor, Nov. 19, 2000
  • Only player with 200 yards rushing and 2 touchdown receptions in the same game: Billy Cannon, Dec. 10, 1961
  • Only player with 150 yards rushing and 3 touchdown receptions in the same game: Larry Brown, Dec. 16, 1973
  • Only player with 250 yards rushing and 4 receptions in the same game: Doug Martin, Nov. 4, 2012
  • Only player with 200 yards rushing and 10 receptions in the same game: LaDainian Tomlinson, Dec. 1, 2002
  • Only player with 100 yards rushing and 13 receptions in the same game: Doug Wilder, Sep. 15, 1985
  • Only player with 200 yards rushing and 1 touchdown pass in the same game: Freeman McNeil, Jan. 9, 1983
  • Only player with 150 yards rushing and 2 touchdown passes in the same game: Walter Payton, Sep. 18, 1983; Colin Kaepernick, Jan. 12, 2013
  • Only player with 120 yards rushing and 4 touchdown passes in the same game: Randall Cunningham, Nov 4, 1990
  • Only player with 100 yards rushing and 5 touchdown passes in the same game: Cam Newton, Dec. 20, 2015
  • Only player with 50 yards rushing and 6 touchdown passes in the same game: Mitch Trubisky, Sep. 30, 2018
  • Only player with 190 yards rushing and 1 kick off return for a touchdown in the same game: Gale Sayers, Dec. 18, 1968
  • Only player with 100 yards rushing and 1 punt return for a touchdown in the same game: Gale Sayers, Dec. 12, 1965
  • Only player with 150 yards receiving and 1 kick off return for touchdown in the same game: Gary Ballman, Nov. 17, 1963
  • Only players with 150 yards receiving and 1 punt return for touchdown in the same game: Tim Dwight, Jan. 3, 2000; Desean Jackson, Dec. 13, 2009
  • Only player with 200 yards from scrimmage and 1 punt return for a touchdown in the same game: Gale Sayers, Dec. 12, 1965
  • Only player with 200 yards from scrimmage and 1 kick off return for a touchdown in the same game: Gale Sayers, Dec. 18, 1968
  • Only players with 200 yards from scrimmage and 1 touchdown pass in the same game: LaDainian Tomlinson, Sep. 25, 2005, Sep. 25, 2003; Greg Pruitt, Sep. 26, 1977
  • Only player with 100 yards from scrimmage and 2 punt returns for a touchdown in the same game: Steve Smith, Dec. 8, 2002
  • Only player with 80 yards from scrimmage and 2 kick off returns for a touchdown in the same game: Ron Brown, Nov. 24, 1985
  • Only players with 250 all purpose yards and 1 touchdown pass in the same game: Terry Metcalf, Oct. 23, 1977; Fred Jackson, Nov. 15, 2009
  • Only player with 4 touchdown receptions and 1 rushing touchdown in the same game: Jamaal Charles, Dec. 15, 2013
  • Only player with 3 touchdown receptions and 1 punt return for a touchdown in the same game: Az-Zahir Hakim, Oct. 3, 1999
  • Only player with 4 rushing touchdowns and 1 passing touchdown in the same game: Ronnie Brown, Sep. 21, 2008
  • Only player with 6 touchdown passes and 1 rushing touchdown in the same game: Mark Rypien, Nov 10, 1991
  • Only players with 3 touchdown passes and 1 touchdown reception in the same game: Frank Ryan, Oct. 30, 1960; Jim McMahon, Sep. 29, 1985; Nick Foles, Feb. 4, 2018
  • Only player with 2 touchdown passes and 20 rushing attempts in the same game: Walter Payton, Sep. 18, 1983
  • Only player with 15 receptions and 15 rushing attempts in the same game: Rickey Young, Dec. 16, 1979
  • Only players with 500 yards passing and 1 rushing touchdown in the same game: Norm Van Brocklin, Sep. 29, 1951; Elvis Grbac, Nov. 5, 2000
  • Only player with 400 yards passing and 2 rushing touchdowns in the same game: Aaron Rodgers, Oct. 2, 2011; Dec. 23, 2018
  • Only player with 300 yards passing and 3 rushing touchdowns in the same game: Jack Kemp, Oct. 26, 1963
  • Only player with 100 yards passing and 4 rushing touchdowns in the same game: Bobby Douglass, Nov. 4, 1973
  • Only player with 400 yards passing and 75 yards rushing in the same game: Michael Vick, Oct. 2, 2011
  • Only players with 300 yards passing and 100 yards rushing in the same game: Russell Wilson Oct. 19, 2014; Cam Newton, Dec. 20, 2015
  • Only player with 250 yards passing and 150 rushing yards in the same game; Colin Kaepernick, Jan. 12, 2013
  • Only player with 350 yards passing and 1 touchdown reception in the same game: Nick Foles, Feb. 4, 2018
  • Only player with 50 yards receiving and 50 interception return yards in the same game: Deion Sanders, Sep. 21, 1998
  • Only player with 1 punt return for a touchdown and 1 passing touchdown in the same game: Tom Watkins, Oct. 4, 1964
  • Only player with 2 touchdown receptions and 1 interception return for a touchdown in the same game: Don Hutson, Nov. 14, 1943
  • Only players with 1 punt return for a touchdown and 1 interception return for a touchdown in the same game: Butch Byrd, Sep. 18, 1966; Deion Sanders, Sep. 21, 1998
  • Only players with 1 kick off return for a touchdown and 1 passing touchdown in the same game: Keith Lincoln, Sep. 16, 1962; Joe Washington, Sep. 18, 1978
  • Only players with 1 kick off return for a touchdown and 2 rushing touchdowns in the same game: Maurice Jones-Drew, Dec. 10, 2006; David Wilson, Dec. 9, 2012
  • Only players with 1 kick off return for a touchdown and 2 touchdown receptions in the same game: Bobby Mitchell, Sep. 16, 1962; Gale Sayers, Dec. 12, 1965
  • Only player with 1 kick off return for a touchdown and 1 interception return for a touchdown in the same game: Terrence McGee, Dec. 24, 2005
  • Only player with 2 kick off returns for a touchdown and 1 interception in the same game: Tyrone Hughes, Oct. 23, 1994
  • Only player with 1 rushing touchdown and 2 interceptions in the same game: Terry Hoage, Sep. 4, 1988
  • Only player with 120 yards receiving and 1 interception in the same game: Keyshawn Johnson, Jan. 10, 1999
  • Only player with 9 receptions and 1 interception in the same game: Keyshawn Johnson, Jan. 10, 1999
  • Only player with 11 receptions and 1 punt return for touchdown in the same game: Reggie Bush, Oct. 8, 2006
  • Only player with 5 receptions and 2 kick off returns for touchdown in the same game: Tyreek Hill, Nov. 27, 2016

Oldest Firsts[edit]

  • Oldest player to kick first PAT: Doug Flutie, 43 years, 70 days
  • Oldest player to kick first field goal: Mose Kelsch, 36 years, 253 days
  • Oldest player to score first touchdown: Whitey Woodin, 36 years, 295 days
  • Oldest player to record first reception: Sonny Jurgensen, 39 years, 66 days
  • Oldest player to record first receiving yard: Charlie Cowan, 37 years, 143 days
  • Oldest player to record first interception: Trace Armstrong, 37 years, 78 days
  • Oldest player to throw first completion: Lou Groza, 42 years, 256 days
  • Oldest player to throw first touchdown pass: Mike Horan, 39 years, 301 days
  • Oldest player to attempt first pass: Mike Horan, 39 years, 301 days
  • Oldest player to catch first touchdown reception: Jim Turner, 36 years, 202 days
  • Oldest player to record first rushing touchdown: Butch Songin, 36 years, 158 days (AFL); Bobby Hebert, 36 years, 62 days (NFL)
  • Oldest player to record first rushing attempt: Charles Woodson, 39 years, 78 days
  • Oldest player to record first rushing yard: Jeff Gossett, 39 years, 304 days
  • Oldest player to score first point: Bill Irgens, 39
  • Oldest player to record first interception return for a touchdown: Albert Lewis, 38 years, 26 days
  • Oldest player to record first punt return for a touchdown: Rod Smith, 33 years, 185 days
  • Oldest player to record first kick off return for a touchdown: Johnny Blood, 33 Years, 282 days

Age[edit]

  • Oldest player to score a touchdown: 42 years, 71 days, Doug Flutie Jan 2, 2005
  • Oldest player to score 2+ touchdowns in a game: 41 years, 37 days, Tom Brady Sept 9, 2018
  • Oldest player to score 3+ touchdowns in a game: 41 years, 37 days, Tom Brady Sept 9, 2018
  • Oldest player to score 4+ touchdowns in a game: 41 years, 149 days, Tom Brady, Dec 30, 2018
  • Oldest player to score 5+ touchdowns in a game: 29 years, 354 days, Paul Hornung Dec 12, 1965
  • Oldest player to return a punt for a touchdown: 35 years, 140 days, Tim Brown Dec. 9, 2001
  • Oldest player to return 2 punts for a touchdown in a game: 29 years, 283 days, Eric Metcalf Nov 2, 1997
  • Oldest player to return a kickoff for a touchdown: 33 Years, 282 days, Johnny Blood, Sep 5, 1937
  • Oldest player to return 2 kickoffs for a touchdown in a game: 29 years, 166 days, Timmy Brown Nov 6, 1966
  • Oldest player to return a punt and a kickoff for a touchdown in a game: 30 years, 333 days, Michael Lewis Oct. 13, 2002
  • Oldest player to return an interception for a touchdown: 38 years, 26 days, Albert Lewis Nov. 1, 1998
  • Oldest player to return 2 interceptions for a touchdown in a game: 33 years, 113 days, David Bowens Oct 24, 2010
  • Oldest player to return fumble for a touchdown: 37 years, 174 days, Sam Mills Nov 24, 1996
  • Oldest player to return a blocked punt for a touchdown: 35 years, 124 days, Fritz Loven Oct. 13, 1929
  • Oldest player to return a blocked field goal for a touchdown: 33 years, 323 days, Todd Lyght Dec 29, 2002
  • Oldest player to have a 150 yard receiving game: 41 years, 70 days, Jerry Rice Dec 22, 2003
  • Oldest player to have a 200 yard receiving game: 36 years, 300 days, Terrell Owens Oct 3, 2010
  • Oldest player to have a 250 yard receiving game: 33 years, 66 days, Jerry Rice Dec 18, 1995
  • Oldest player to have a 100 yard rushing game: 36 years, 199 days, MacArthur Lane Oct 1, 1978
  • Oldest player to have a 150 yard rushing game: 35 years, 71 days, John Riggins Oct 14, 1984
  • Oldest player to have a 200 yard rushing game: 34 years, 321 days, John Henry Johnson Oct 10, 1964
  • Oldest player to have a 250 yard rushing game: 29 years, 271 days, Spec Sanders Oct 24 1947 (AAFC)
  • Oldest player to have a 250 yard rushing game: 29 years, 139 days, O.J. Simpson Nov 25, 1976 (NFL)
  • Oldest player to have a 200 yards from scrimmage game: 36 years, 300 days, Terrell Owens Oct 3, 2010
  • Oldest player to have a 300 yards from scrimmage game: 29 years, 58 days, Jim Benton Nov 22, 1945
  • Oldest player to have a rushing touchdown: 42 years, 71 days, Doug Flutie Jan 2, 2005
  • Oldest player to have 2+ rushing touchdowns in a game: 41 years, 17 days, Doug Flutie Nov 9, 2003
  • Oldest player to have 3+ rushing touchdowns in a game: 36 years, 70 days, John Riggins Oct 13, 1985
  • Oldest player to have 4+ rushing touchdowns in a game: 31 years, 17 days, Priest Holmes Oct 24, 2004
  • Oldest player to have 5+ rushing touchdowns in a game: 28 years, 197 days, Cookie Gilchrist Dec 8, 1963
  • Oldest player to have 1+ touchdown reception: 42 years, 67 days, Jerry Rice Dec 19, 2004
  • Oldest player to have 2+ touchdowns receptions in a game: 40 years, 29 days, Jerry Rice Nov 11, 2002
  • Oldest player to have 3+ touchdowns receptions in a game: 39 years, 36 days, Jerry Rice Nov 18, 2001
  • Oldest player to have 4+ touchdowns receptions in a game: 34 years, 22 days, Irving Fryar Oct 20, 1996
  • Oldest player to have a 20 rushing attempts in a game: 36 years, 271 days, Marcus Allen Dec 22, 1996
  • Oldest player to have a 30 rushing attempts in a game: 36 years, 84 days, John Riggins Oct 27, 1985
  • Oldest player to have a sack: 40 years, 282 days, Clay Matthews, Jr. Dec 22, 1996
  • Oldest player to have 2+ sacks in a game: 40 years, 233 days, Clay Matthews, Jr. Nov 3, 1996
  • Oldest player to have 3+ sacks in a game: 40 years, 233 days, Clay Matthews, Jr. Nov 3, 1996
  • Oldest player to have 4+ sacks in a game: 36 years, 360 days, Chris Doleman Oct 11, 1998
  • Oldest player to have 5+ sacks in a game: 33 years, 238 days, Gary Jeter Sep 18, 1988
  • Oldest player to have 6+ sacks in a game: 31 years, 262 days, Fred Dean Nov 13, 1983
  • Oldest player to have an interception: 41 years, 304 days, Darrell Green Dec 16, 2001
  • Oldest player to have 2+ interceptions in a game: 39 years, 25 days, Charles Woodson Oct 11, 2015
  • Oldest player to have 3+ interceptions in a game: 37 years, 203 days, Rod Woodson Sep 29, 2002
  • Oldest player to have 4+ interceptions in a game: 30 years, 193 days, Jerry Norton Nov 26, 1961
  • Oldest player to record a safety: 36 years, 199 days, Ronde Barber Oct 23, 2011
  • Oldest player to record a two point conversion: 38 years, 167 days, Antonio Gates Dec 2, 2018
  • Oldest player to throw a touchdown pass: 47 years, 88 days, George Blanda Dec 14, 1974
  • Oldest player to throw 2+ touchdown passes in a game: 44 years, 72 days, George Blanda Nov 28, 1971
  • Oldest player to throw 3+ touchdown passes in a game: 43 years, 38 days, George Blanda Oct 25, 1970
  • Oldest player to throw 4+ touchdown passes in a game: 41 years, 149 days, Tom Brady Dec 30, 2018
  • Oldest player to throw 5+ touchdown passes in a game: 40 years, 342 days, Warren Moon Oct 26, 1997
  • Oldest player to throw 6+ touchdown passes in a game: 38 years, 354 days, Brett Favre Sep 28, 2008
  • Oldest player to throw 7+ touchdown passes in a game: 37 years, 165 days, Peyton Manning Sep 5, 2013
  • Oldest player to have a 400+ yard passing game: 41 years, 28 days, Brett Favre Nov 7, 2010
  • Oldest player to have a 500+ yard passing game: 40 years, 185 days, Tom Brady, Feb 4, 2018
  • Oldest player to start in a Super Bowl: 41 years 184 days, Tom Brady, 2-03-2019.
  • Youngest player to score a touchdown: 20 years, 53 days, Andy Livingston Dec 13, 1964
  • Youngest player to score 2+ touchdowns in a game: 20 years, 338 days, Rashaan Salaam Sep 11, 1995
  • Youngest player to score 3+ touchdowns in a game: 21 years, 70 days, Rashaan Salaam Dec 17, 1998
  • Youngest player to score 4+ touchdowns in a game: 21 years, 105 days, Clinton Portis Dec 15, 2002
  • Youngest player to score 5+ touchdowns in a game: 22 years, 97 days, Clinton Portis Dec 7, 2003
  • Youngest player to return a punt for a touchdown: 21 years, 19 days, Dexter McCluster Sep 13, 2010
  • Youngest player to return 2 punts for a touchdown in a game: 23 years, 52 days, Jermaine Lewis Dec 7, 1997
  • Youngest player to return a kickoff for a touchdown: 20 years, 53 days, Andy Livingston Dec 13, 1964
  • Youngest player to return 2 kickoffs for a touchdown in a game: 21 years, 302 days, Travis Williams Nov 12, 1967
  • Youngest player to return a punt and a kickoff for a touchdown in a game: 23 years, 151 days, Eddie Royal Oct 19, 2009
  • Youngest player to return an interception for a touchdown: 21 years, 44 days, DeAngelo Hall Jan 2, 2005
  • Youngest player to return 2 interceptions for a touchdown in game: 21 years, 235 days, Dan Sandifer Oct 31 1948
  • Youngest player to return fumble for a touchdown: 21 years, 117 days, Ahmad Carroll Nov 29, 2004
  • Youngest player to return a blocked punt for a touchdown: 21 years, 63 days, Geno Hayes Oct 12, 2008
  • Youngest player to return a blocked field goal for a touchdown: 22 years, 43 days, Willie Buchanon Dec 17, 1972
  • Youngest player to have a 200 yard receiving game: 21 years, 87 days, Mike Evans Nov 16, 2014
  • Youngest player to have a 250 yard receiving game: 21 years, 346 days, Jerry Butler Sep 23, 1979
  • Youngest player to have a 200 yard rushing game: 21 years, 119 days, Clinton Portis Dec 29, 2002
  • Youngest player to have a 250 yard rushing game: 22 years, 228 days, Adrian Peterson Nov 4, 2007
  • Youngest player to have a 200 yards from scrimmage game: 21 years, 82 days, Jamal Lewis Sep 19, 2000
  • Youngest player to have a 300 yards from scrimmage game: 22 years, 228 days, Adrian Peterson Nov 4, 2007
  • Youngest player to have a rushing touchdown: 20 years, 167 days, Juwan Thompson Oct 5, 2014
  • Youngest player to have 2+ rushing touchdowns in a game: 20 years, 185 days, Juwan Thompson Oct 23, 2014
  • Youngest player to have 3+ rushing touchdowns in a game: 21 years, 70 days, Rashaan Salaam Dec 17, 1998
  • Youngest player to have 4+ rushing touchdowns in a game: 21 years, 215 days, Emmitt Smith Dec 16, 1990
  • Youngest player to have 5+ rushing touchdowns in a game: 22 years, 97 days, Clinton Portis Dec 7, 2003
  • Youngest player to have a touchdown reception: 20 years, 239 days, Arnie Herber Nov 27, 1930
  • Youngest player to have a touchdown reception since 1930: 20 years, 334 days, Juju Smith-Schuster Oct 22, 2017
  • Youngest player to have 2+ touchdowns receptions in a game: 21 years, 1 day, Aaron Hernandez Nov 7, 2010
  • Youngest player to have 3+ touchdowns receptions in a game: 21 years, 184 days, Rob Gronkowski Nov 14, 2010
  • Youngest player to have 4+ touchdowns receptions in a game: 21 years, 346 days, Jerry Butler Sep 23, 1979
  • Youngest player to have a sack: 20 years, 98 days, Amobi Okoye Sep 16, 2007
  • Youngest player to have 2+ sacks in a game: 20 years, 98 days, Amobi Okoye Sep 16, 2007
  • Youngest player to have 3+ sacks in a game: 21 years, 321 days, Vernon Maxwell Sep 11, 1983
  • Youngest player to have 4+ sacks in a game: 22 years, 124 days, Cornelius Bennett Dec 27, 1987
  • Youngest player to have 5+ sacks in a game: 22 years, 193 days, Leslie O'Neal Nov 16, 1986
  • Youngest player to have 6+ sacks in a game: 23 years, 314 days, Derrick Thomas Nov 11, 1990
  • Youngest player to have an interception: 20 years, 221 days, Tremaine Edmunds Dec 9, 2018
  • Youngest player to have 2+ interceptions in a game: 21 years, 117 days, Champ Bailey Oct 17, 1999
  • Youngest player to have 3+ interceptions in a game: 21 years, 117 days, Champ Bailey Oct 17, 1999
  • Youngest player to have 4+ interceptions in a game: 22 years, 103 days, Goose Gonsoulin Sep 18, 1960
  • Youngest player to record a safety: 21 years, 328 days, Corey Lemonier Oct 13, 2013
  • Youngest player to record a two point conversion: 21 years, 77 days, Allen Robinson Nov 9, 2014
  • Youngest player to throw a touchdown pass: 20 years, 172 days, Arnie Herber Sep 21, 1930
  • Youngest player to throw a touchdown pass since 1950: 21 years, 89 days, Tommy Maddox Nov 30, 1992
  • Youngest player to throw 2+ touchdown passes in a game: 20 years, 292 days, George Ratterman Aug 31, 1947
  • Youngest player to throw 2+ touchdown passes in a game since 1950: 21 years, 95 days, Tommy Maddox Dec 6, 1992
  • Youngest player to throw 3+ touchdown passes in a game: 20 years, 311 days, George Ratterman Sep 19, 1947
  • Youngest player to throw 3+ touchdown passes in a game since 1950: 21 years, 95 days, Tommy Maddox Dec 6, 1992
  • Youngest player to throw 4+ touchdown passes in a game: 20 years, 311 days, George Ratterman Sep 19, 1947
  • Youngest player to throw 4+ touchdown passes in a game since 1950: 21 years, 226 days, Fran Tarkenton Sep 17, 1961
  • Youngest player to throw 5+ touchdown passes in a game: 21 years, 288 days, Matthew Stafford Nov 22, 2009
  • Youngest player to throw 6+ touchdown passes in a game: 22 years, 364 days, Patrick Mahomes Sept 16, 2018
  • Youngest player to throw 7+ touchdown passes in a game: 24 years, 287 days, Nick Foles Nov 3, 2013
  • Youngest player to have a 400+ yard passing game: 21 years, 288 days, Matthew Stafford Nov 22, 2009
  • Youngest player to have a 500+ yard passing game: 23 years, 328 days, Matthew Stafford Jan 1, 2012
  • Youngest player to start in a Super Bowl: 21 years, 322 days, Bryan Bulaga Feb 6, 2011

Starts/games played[edit]

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QB Wins[edit]

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