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What QB has the strongest arm?

Pass velocity and the amount of zip a QB can put on a pass were factors in the ranking, as was the ability to hit the deep ball.

  • Tom Brady, Buccaneers.
  • Aaron Rodgers, Packers.
  • Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs.
  • Joe Burrow, Bengals.
  • Justin Herbert, Chargers.
  • Josh Allen, Bills.
  • Matthew Stafford, Rams.
  • Dak Prescott, Cowboys.

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The record for longest NFL pass is currently owned by Baker Mayfield, who an astounding 70.5 yard hail mary against the Baltimore Ravens in 2020.According to "Madden 22," Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen has the best arm in the NFL. Allen sports a throw power rating of 99 while Mahomes is second with a 97.

Has a quarterback ever had a perfect game

The New England Patriots beat the New York Jets 55-21 in 1978 when Steve Grogan threw his "perfect" game. Grogan completed 15 of his 19 passes for 281 yards and four touchdowns.

Matt Cassel. The weakest arm among the starting NFL quarterbacks belongs to Kansas City Chiefs' passer Matt Cassel. This will surely catch some flack from Chiefs fans, but Cassel has never had a strong arm. Going back to his success in New England, he's had trouble throwing the deep ball.1. Ben Roethlisberger. Ben Roethlisberger is the toughest quarterback in the NFL because he has two Super Bowl rings to prove it. With his enormous size and strong legs, Big Ben extends plays so his receivers can get open downfield.”60 Minutes” archives: How far can Tom Brady throw a football

Vick also became the first quarterback to rush for over 1,000 yards in a single season, while Dunn's 1,140 yards are the most by any player in a 1,000-yard duo. Brandon Jacobs and Derrick Ward of the New York Giants were the fifth duo to accomplish the feat, doing so in 2008.

Who is the hardest hitter to ever play in the NFL

Jack Tatum
In total, he won 1 Super Bowl and received 8 Pro Bowls, and was nicknamed 'The Assassin.' He is known as one of the hardest hitters due to his tackle on Darryl Stingley in 1978, which left him paralyzed from the chest down for the rest of his life.

Has there ever been a 0-0 tie in the NFL There have been 73 games in pro football history that ended in a 0-0 tie, according to Pro Football Reference. But it's been nearly 80 years since the last one, meaning there's yet to be a scoreless tie in the Super Bowl era.

As per Pro Football Reference, 73 games in pro football history have ended in a 0-0 tie. However, the last time that took place was almost 80 years ago, meaning there's been no scoreless ties in the Super Bowl era.

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quarterback Carson Wentz
Washington Commanders quarterback Carson Wentz's tough week continues. The Commanders QB suffered a fractured ring finger on his throwing hand in Washington's 12-7 win versus the Chicago Bears, NFL Network Insiders Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo reported Saturday, per sources.Teams Beaten

Player Beat Not Beat
Tom Brady 32
Drew Brees 32
Brett Favre 32
Aaron Rodgers 31 Green Bay Packers

10 Quarterbacks With the Best-built Bodies in the League

  1. Cam Newton. The Carolina Panthers signal caller has the rare combination of power, speed, strength, and agility that simply doesn't exist at the quarterback position.
  2. Tom Brady.
  3. Russell Wilson.
  4. Aaron Rodgers.
  5. Andrew Luck.

Stephen Paea
However, since Ernest went undrafted and only played one season of professional football, the NFL recognizes Stephen Paea as the record holder of the bench press.

During the Quarterback Challenge of 1997, Brett Favre was able to throw the ball at an astonishing distance of 75 yards. After Randall Cunningham, he holds the record for the longest football throw in NFL.Nearly two weeks later, Aaron Rodgers' 75-yard throw still 'amazing' to teammates

  • Covered the Packers since 1996.
  • On-air host at ESPN Milwaukee and ESPN Madison.
  • Two-time Wisconsin Sportswriter of the Year as selected by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.

Terrelle Pryor’s 93-yard
Raiders' Terrelle Pryor's 93-yard run set the record for the longest run by a QB in NFL history.Vick
Vick, who ended up leading the Falcons to the NFC Championship Game that season, became the first quarterback to run for over 1,000 yards in a season in 2006. His 6,109 career rushing yards is the most by a quarterback in league annals.

George Foreman: KO rate – 84%
Boasting 68 KOs from 76 wins, there can be little argument that "Big" George Foreman is one of, if not the hardest hitting heavyweight of all time.The data and analytics company which has worked closely with the NFL since at least 2015, recently clocked Wilson throwing 69 mph during Jets training camp.The lowest possible score is 0-0 and has been achieved 73 times, though the most recent scoreless tie came on Nov. 7, 1943. The most points any team has scored in an NFL game is 73.3 to 0
The lowest scoring NFL game of all time took place on November 26th 2007 at Heinz Field when the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Miami Dolphins by a score of just 3 to 0. The three points were scored from a field goal by kicker Jeff Read in the fourth quarter.

Unlike regular season games, postseason games cannot end in a tie, so the overtime rules change slightly for the playoffs. If the score is still tied at the end of an overtime period — or if the second team's initial possession has not ended — the teams will play another overtime period.On July 4, 2015, Pierre-Paul sustained a serious hand injury in a fireworks accident at his home after detonating a firework in his hand, blowing off a significant portion of his finger. Four days later he had his right index finger amputated.