Who has the most interceptions in the NFL career?

Who has the most interceptions in the NFL career?

Paul Krause
NFL Career Leaders – Interceptions

Player Num
1. Paul KrauseP. Krause, 1964-79 81
2. Emlen TunnellE. Tunnell, 1948-61 79
3. Rod WoodsonR. Woodson, 1987-03 71

What is the NFL record for most thrown interceptions in a game?

8 interceptions
Jim Hardy has thrown the most interceptions by a quarterback in a game, with 8 interceptions against the Eagles on September 24, 1950.

Who has thrown the most interceptions in NFL history in a season?

George Blanda
George Blanda has the most intercepted passes in a season, with 42 interceptions in 1962.

Who has the most Pick 6 in NFL history?

Bret Favre
For an NFL Career, Bret Favre is the current record holder at 31 career pick-sixes thrown. Matthew Stafford is the current active quarterback record hold at 26 career pick-sixes thrown, which is currently sixth overall in NFL quarterback history.

What QB has thrown the most interceptions in a career?

Brett Favre

Rank Player Int
1 Brett Favre+ 336
2 George Blanda+ 277
3 John Hadl 268
4 Vinny Testaverde 267

Who threw 7 interceptions in a game?

Of all the quarterbacks with the most interceptions in a game, only one has thrown eight picks in the past 70 years — Jim Hardy. In addition to that, five quarterbacks in NFL history have thrown seven picks — Ty Detmer, Steve DeBerg, Ken Stabler, Tommy Wade, and Zeke Bratkowski.

How many QBS threw 30 interceptions?

Only four quarterbacks have ever thrown 30 interceptions in a season, and just one since 1980. Vinny Testaverde threw 35 — and just 13 touchdowns — in his first full season with the Bucs in 1988. Winston averages 1.8 interceptions a game, so if that number holds, he should reach 30.

Who has the most FF in NFL history?

Robert Mathis

Player FF Tm
Robert Mathis 54 clt
Julius Peppers 52 3TM
John Abraham 47 3TM
Dwight Freeney 47 6TM

Why did Brett Favre throw so many interceptions?

Brett Favre Threw an NFL-Record 336 Interceptions but Had a Simple Way to Avoid Stressing over Turnovers.