NFL Quarterbacks

2018 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 2,334
  2. Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs – 2,223
  3. Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 2,162
  4. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 2,130
  5. Joe FlaccoBaltimore Ravens – 2,067
  6. Eli ManningNew York Giants – 2,040
  7. Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 2,011
  8. Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers – 2,008
  9. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 1,997
  10. Andrew LuckIndianapolis Colts – 1,948
  11. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 1,937
  12. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 1,876
  13. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 1,870
  14. Case KeenumDenver Broncos – 1,848
  15. Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 1,822
  16. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 1,783
  17. Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 1,736
  18. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 1,602
  19. Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 1,594
  20. Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 1,552
  21. Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 1,502
  22. Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 1,427
  23. Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 1,417
  24. Alex SmithWashington Redskins – 1,383
  25. Ryan FitzpatrickTampa Bay Buccaneers – 1,356
Updated through Week 7

2018 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – 22
  2. Andrew LuckIndianapolis Colts – 20
  3. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 17
  4. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 16
  5. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 15
    Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 15
    Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 15
  6. Kirk CousinsMinnesota Vikings – 14
  7. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 13
    Mitchell TrubiskiChicago Bears – 13
    Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 13
  8. Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 12
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 12
    Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 12
  9. Joe FlaccoBaltimore Ravens – 11
    Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 11
    Ryan Fitzpatrick – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 11
  10. Deshaun WatsonHouston Texans – 10
    Sam DarnoldNew York Jets – 10
    Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles – 10
  11. Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 9
  12. Case KeenumDenver Broncos – 8
    Dak PrescottDallas Cowboys – 8
    Ryan TannehillMiami Dolphins – 8
  13. Eli ManningNew York Giants – 7
    Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 7
    Alex SmithWashington Redskins – 7
    C.J. BeathardSan Francisco 49ers – 7
  14. Baker MayfieldCleveland Browns – 6
    Brock OsweilerMiami Dolphins – 6
  15. Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 5
    Jimmy GaroppoloSan Francisco 49ers – 5
  16. Marcus MariottaTennessee Titans – 3
    J. RosenArizona Cardinals – 3
  17. Josh AllenBuffalo Bills – 2
    Tyrod TaylorCleveland Browns – 2
    Sam BradfordArizona Cardinals – 2
  18. Nick FolesPhiladelphia Eagles – 1
    Blaine GabbertTennessee Titans – 1
    C. KesslerJacksonville Jaguars – 1
    Nathan PetermanBuffalo Bills – 1
    Kevin ByardTennessee Titans – 1
    Odell Beckham Jr.New York Giants – 1
    A. WilsonMiami Dolphins – 1
    Emanuel SandersDenver Broncos – 1
Updated through Week 7

2017 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Tom Brady – New England Patriots – 4,576
  2. Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers – 4,515
  3. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 4,446
  4. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 4,338
  5. Ben RoethlisbergerPittsburgh Steelers – 4,243
  6. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 4,095
  7. Kirk CousinsWashington Redskins – 4,093
  8. Alex Smith – Kansas City Chiefs – 4,042
  9. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 3,983
  10. Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams – 3,809
Updated through Week 17

2017 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks – 34
  2. Carson Wentz – Philadelphia Eagles – 33
  3. Tom Brady – New England Patriots – 32
  4. Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions – 29
  5. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 28
    Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers – 28
    Jared Goff – Los Angeles Rams – 28
  6. Kirk Cousins – Washington Redskins – 27
    Alex Smith – Kansas City Chiefs – 27
  7. Andy Dalton – Cincinnati Bengals – 25
  8. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 23
  9. Case KeenumMinnesota Vikings – 22
    Derek Carr – Oakland Raiders – 22
    Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys – 22
    Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers – 22
  10. Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 21
Updated through Week 17

2016 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 5,208
  2. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 4,932
  3. Kirk CousinsWashington Redskins – 4,917
  4. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 4,428
  5. Philip RiversSan Diego Chargers – 4,390
  6. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 4,319
  7. Joe FlaccoBaltimore Ravens – 4,317
  8. Carson PalmerArizona Cardinals – 4,237
  9. Andrew LuckIndianapolis Colts – 4,223
  10. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 4,219

2016 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 40
  2. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 38
  3. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 37
  4. Philip RiversSan Diego Chargers – 33
  5. Andrew Luck Indianapolis Colts – 31
  6. Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers – 29
  7. Jameis WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 28
    Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 28
    Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 28
  8. Carson PalmerArizona Cardinals – 26
    Eli ManningNew York Giants – 26
    Marcus MariotaTennessee Titans – 26
  9. Kirk CousinsWashington Redskins – 25
  10. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 24

2015 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 4,870
  2. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 4,793
  3. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 4,770
  4. Carson Palmer Arizona Cardinals – 4,644
  5. Matt RyanAtlanta Falcons – 4,591
  6. Eli ManningNew York Giants – 4,436
  7. Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 4,428
  8. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 4,262
  9. Ryan TannehillMiami Dolphins – 4,210
  10. Kirk CousinsWashington Redskins – 4,166

2015 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Tom Brady – New England Patriots – 36
  2. Carson PalmerArizona Cardinals – 35
    Eli ManningNew York Giants – 35
    Blake BortlesJacksonville Jaguars – 35
    Cam NewtonCarolina Panthers – 35
  3. Russell WilsonSeattle Seahawks – 34
  4. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 32
    Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions – 32
  5. Ryan FitzpatrickNew York Jets – 31
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 31
  6. Philip RiversSan Diego Chargers – 29
    Kirk CousinsWashington Redskins – 29
  7. Derek CarrOakland Raiders – 28
  8. Andy DaltonCincinnati Bengals – 25
  9. Ryan TannehillMiami Dolphins – 24
  10. Jamies WinstonTampa Bay Buccaneers – 22

2014 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 4,952
    Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers – 4,952
  2. Andrew Luck – Indianapolis Colts – 4,751
  3. Peyton Manning – Denver Broncos – 4,727
  4. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons – 4,694
  5. Eli Manning – New York Giants – 4,410
  6. Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers – 4,381
  7. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 4,286
  8. Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions – 4,247
  9. Tom Brady – New England Patriots – 4,109
  10. Ryan Tannehill – Miami Dolphins – 4,045

2014 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Andrew Luck – Indianapolis Colts – 40
  2. Peyton Manning – Denver Broncos – 39
  3. Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers – 38
  4. Tony Romo – Dallas Cowboys – 34
  5. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 33
  6. Tom Brady – New England Patriots – 33
  7. Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers – 32
  8. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 31
  9. Eli Manning – New York Giants – 30
  10. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons – 28
    Jay Cutler – Chicago Bears – 28

 2013 NFL Passing Yard Leaders (Top 10) – Total Yards

  1. Peyton Manning – Denver Broncos – 5,477
  2. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 5,162
  3. Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions – 4,647
  4. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons – 4,515
  5. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 4,478
  6. Tom Brady – New England Patriots – 4,343
  7. Andy Dalton – Cincinnati Bengals – 4,296
  8. Carson Palmer – Arizona Cardinals – 4,274
  9. Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers – 4,261
  10. Ryan TannehillMiami Dolphins – 3,913

2013 NFL Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 10) – Total Touchdowns

  1. Peyton Manning – Denver Broncos – 55 (All Time Season Leader)
  2. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 39
  3. Andy Dalton – Cincinnati Bengals – 33
  4. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers – 32
  5. Tony Romo – Dallas Cowboys – 31
  6. Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions – 29
  7. Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers – 28
  8. Nick Foles – Philadelphia Eagles – 27
  9. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons – 26
    Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks – 26
  10. Tom Brady – New Engalnd Patriots – 25

2012 NFL Passing Yards Leaders (Top 10)

  1. Drew Brees – QB – New Orleans Saints – 5,177 Yards
  2. Matthew Stafford – QB – Detroit Lions – 4,967 Yards
  3. Tony Romo – QB – Dallas Cowboys – 4,903 Yards
  4. Tom Brady – QB – New England Patriots – 4,827 Yards
  5. Matt Ryan – QB – Atlanta Falcons – 4,719 Yards
  6. Peyton Manning – QB – Denver Broncos – 4,659 Yards
  7. Andrew Luck – QB – Indianapolis Colts – 4,374 Yards
  8. Aaron Rogers – QB – Green Bay Packers – 4,295 Yards
  9. Josh Freeman – QB – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 4,065 Yards
  10. Carson Palmer – QB – Oakland Raiders – 4,018 Yards

2012 NFL Passing Touchdowns Leaders (Top 10)

  1. Drew Brees – QB – New Orleans Saints – 43 TDs
  2. Aaron Rodgers – QB – Green Bay Packers – 39 TDs
  3. Peyton Manning – QB – Denver Broncos – 37 TDs
  4. Tom Brady – QB – New England Patriots – 34 TDs
  5. Matt Ryan – QB – Atlanta Falcons – 32 TDs
  6. Tony Romo – QB – Dallas Cowboys – 28 TDs
  7. Josh Freeman – QB – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 27 TDs
    Andy Dalton – QB – Cincinnati Bengals – 27 TDs
  8. Eli Manning – QB – New York Giants – 26 TDs
    Ben Roethlisberger – QB – Pittsburgh Steelers – 26 TDs
    Russell Wilson – QB – Seattle Seahawks – 26 TDs
    Philip Rivers – QB – San Diego Chargers – 26 TDs
  9. Ryan Fitzpatrick – QB – Buffalo Bills – 24 TDs
  10. Andrew Luck – QB – Indianapolis Colts – 23 TDs

NFL Single Season Passing Yards Leaders (Top 10)

  1. Peyton ManningDenver Broncos – 5,477 Yards (2013)
  2. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 5,476 Yards (2011)
  3. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 5,235 Yards (2011)
  4. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 5,208 Yards (2016)
  5. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 5,177 Yards (2012)
  6. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 5,142 Yards (2013)
  7. Dan MarinoMiami Dolphins – 5,084 Yards (1984)
  8. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 5,069 Yards (2008)
  9. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 5,038 Yards (2011)
  10. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 4,967 Yards (2012)
  11. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – 4,952 (2014)
    Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers – 4,952 (2014)

NFL Single Season Passing Touchdowns Leaders (Top 10)

  1. Peyton Manning – Denver Broncos – 55 TDs (2013)
  2. Tom BradyNew England Patriots – 50 TDs (2007)
  3. Peyton ManningIndianapolis Colts – 49 TDs (2004)
  4. Dan MarinoMiami Dolphins – 48 TDs (1984)
  5. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 46 TDs (2011)
  6. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 45 TDs (2011)
  7. Dan MarinoMiami Dolphins – 44 TDs (1986)
  8. Drew BreesNew Orleans Saints – 43 TDs (2012)
  9. Matthew StaffordDetroit Lions – 41 TDs (2011)
    Kurt WarnerSt. Louis Rams – 41 TDs (1999)
  10. Andrew LuckIndianapolis Colts – 40 TDs (2014)
    Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers – 40 TDs (2016)

NFL Career Passing Yards Leaders (Top 40 All Time)

  1. Drew Brees – 72,315 Yards (2001-2018)
  2. Peyton Manning – 71,940 Yards (1998-2015)
  3. Brett Favre – 71,838 Yards (1991-2010)
  4. Tom Brady – 68,035 Yards (2000-2018)
  5. Dan Marino – 61,361 Yards (1983-1999) HOF
  6. Eli Manning – 53,743 Yards (2004-2018)
  7. Ben Roethlisberger – 53,098 Yards (2004-2018)
  8. Philip Rivers – 52,356 Yards (2004-2018)
  9. John Elway – 51,475 Yards (1983-1998) HOF
  10. Warren Moon – 49,325 Yards (1984-2000) HOF
  11. Fran Tarkenton – 47,003 Yards (1961-1978) HOF
  12. Carson Palmer – 46,247 Yards (2004-2017)
  13. Vinny Testaverde – 46,223 Yards (1987-2007)
  14. Drew Bledsoe – 44,611 Yards (1993-2006)
  15. Matt Ryan – 44,131 Yards (2008-2018)
  16. Dan Fouts – 43,040 Yards (1973-1987) HOF
  17. Kerry Collins – 40,922 Yards (1995-2011)
  18. Joe Montana – 40,551 Yards (1979-1984) HOF
  19. Aaron Rodgers – 40,499 Yards (2005-2018)
  20. Johnny Unitas – 40,239 Yards (1956-1973) HOF
  21. Dave Krieg – 38,147 Yards (1980-1998)
  22. Boomer Esiason – 37,920 Yards (1984-1997)
  23. Joe Flacco – 37,847 Yards (2008-2018)
  24. Donovan McNabb – 37,276 Yards (1999-2011)
  25. Matt Hasselbeck – 36,638 Yards (1999-2015)
  26. Matthew Stafford – 36,351 Yards (2009-2018)
  27. Jim Kelly – 35,467 Yards (1986-1996) HOF
  28. Jay Cutler – 35,133 Yards (2006-2017)
  29. Jim Everett – 34,837 Yards (1986-1997)
  30. Jim Hart – 34,665 Yards (1966-1984)
  31. Steve DeBerg – 34,241 Yards (1978-1998)
  32. Tony Romo – 34,183 Yards (2004-2016)
  33. John Hadl – 33,503 Yards (1962-1977)
  34. Phil Simms – 33,462 Yards (1979-1993)
  35. Alex Smith – 33,271 Yards (2005-2018)
  36. Steve Young – 33,124 Yards (1985-1999) HOF
  37. Y.A Tittle – 33,070 Yards (1948-1964) HOF
  38. Troy Aikman – 32,942 Yards (1989-2000) HOF
  39. Ken Anderson – 32,838 Yards (1971-1986)
  40. Kurt Warner – 32,344 Yards (1998-2009)
  41. Sonny Jurgensen – 32,224 Yards (1957-1974) HOF
  42. Mark Brunell – 32,072 Yards (1994-2011)
  43. John Brodie – 31,548 Yards (1957-1973)
  44. Steve McNair – 31,304 Yards (1995-2007)
  45. Norm Snead – 30,797 Yards (1961-1976)
  46. Randall Cunningham – 29,979 Yards (1985-2001)
  47. Joe Ferguson – 29,817 Yards (1973-1990)
  48. Jon Kitna – 29,745 Yards (1997-2011)
  49. Roman Gabriel – 29,444 Yards (1962-1977)
  50. Jake Plummer – 29,253 Yards (1997-2006)
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NFL Career Passing Touchdown Leaders (Top 40 All Time)

  1. Peyton Manning – 539 TDs (1998-2015)
  2. Brett Favre – 508 TDs (1991-2010) HOF
  3. Tom Brady – 504 TDs (2000-2018)
  4. Drew Brees – 501 TDs (2001-2018)
  5. Dan Marino – 420 TDs (1983-1999) HOF
  6. Philip Rivers – 359 TDs (2004-2018)
  7. Eli Manning – 346 TDs (2004-2018)
  8. Fran Tarkenton – 342 TDs (1961-1978) HOF
  9. Ben Roethlisberger – 341 TDs (2004-2018)
  10. Aaron Rodgers – 325 TDs (2005-2018)
  11. John Elway – 300 TDs (1983-1998) HOF
  12. Carson Palmer – 294 TDs (2004-2017)
  13. Warren Moon – 291 TDs (1984-2000) HOF
  14. Johnny Unitas – 290 TDs (1956-1973) HOF
  15. Matt Ryan – 275 TDs (2008-2018)
  16. Vinny Testaverde – 275 TDs (1987-2007)
  17. Joe Montana – 273 TDs (1979-1984) HOF
  18. Dave Krieg – 261 TDs (1980-1998)
  19. Sonny Jurgensen – 255 TDs (1957-1974) HOF
  20. Dan Fouts – 254 TDs (1973-1987) HOF
  21. Drew Bledsoe – 251 TDs (1993-2006)
  22. Tony Romo – 248 TDs (2004-2016)
  23. Boomer Esiason – 247 TDs (1984-1997)
  24. John Hadl – 244 TDs (1962-1977)
  25. Y.A Tittle – 242 TDs (1948-1964) HOF
  26. Len Dawson – 239 TDs (1957-1975) HOF
  27. Jim Kelly – 237 TDs (1986-1996) HOF
  28. George Blanda – 236 TDs (1949-1975) HOF
  29. Donovan McNabb – 234 TDs (1999-2011)
  30. Steve Young – 232 TDs (1985-1999) HOF
  31. Matthew Stafford – 228 TDs (2009-2018)
  32. Jay Cutler – 227 TDs (2006-2017)
  33. John Brodie – 214 TDs (1957-1973) 
  34. Terry Bradshaw – 212 TDs (1970-1983) HOF
    Matt Hasselbeck – 212 TDs (1999-2015)
  35. Jim Hart – 209 TDs (1966-1984)
  36. Kurt Warner – 208 TDs (1998-2009)
    Kerry Collins – 208 TDs (1995-2011)
  37. Randall Cunningham – 207 TDs (1985-2011)
  38. Jim Everett – 203 TDs (1986-1997) 
  39. Roman Gabriel – 201 TDs (1962-1977) 
  40. Phil Simms – 199 TDs (1979-1993)
  41. Ken Anderson – 197 TDs (1971-1986)
  42. Steve DeBerg – 196 TDs (1978-1998)
    Joe Ferguson – 196 TDs (1973-1990)
    Bobby Layne – 196 TDs (1948-1962) HOF
    Norm Snead – 196 TDs (1961-1976)
  43. Ken Stabler – 194 TDs (1970-1984) HOF
  44. Bob Griese – 192 TDs (1967-1980) HOF
  45. Alex Smith – 190 TDs (2005-2018)
  46. Sammy Baugh – 187 TDs (1937-1952) HOF
  47. Mark Brunell – 184 TDs (1994-2011)
    Ryan Fitzpatrick – 184 TDs (2005-2018)
  48. Craig Morton – 183 TDs (1965-1982)
  49. Andy Dalton – 182 TDs (2011-2018)
    Steve Grogan – 182 TDs (1975-1990)
  50. Rich Gannon – 180 TDs (1987-2004)
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