In the NFL, the starting quarterback is the only position that is credited with records of wins and losses. Tom Brady holds the record for the most regular season wins with 249. Otto Graham holds the record for the highest winning percentage with a minimum of 50 starts at . 814 (57–13–1).
Manning had an illustrious 18-season career as the premier quarterback for the Colts (1998-2011) and the Denver Broncos (2012-15) winning two Super Bowls and earning a victory against each of the current 32 NFL franchises.Aaron Rodgers
All-Time Passer Rating
Lou Groza shares the record for most seasons with a single franchise at 21.
Manning's passer rating is 17% better than the league average during his career, Brady's 15%. (Sid Luckman was 58% better than the average quarterback during his career, by the way.) Manning's biggest edge on Brady is his seven first-team All-Pro seasons, Johnny Unitas is next at five among quarterbacks.The New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers are tied with the most Super Bowl titles with six apiece. The Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers follow right behind tied with five wins each.Jerry Rice
NFL History – Touchdown Leaders
Tom Brady holds the record for most passing touchdowns with 636 and most playoff touchdown passes with 86.
- 1 Regular season career passing touchdowns leaders.
- 2 Historical passing touchdowns leaders.
- 4 Notes.
- 5 References.
As things currently stand, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees and Brett Favre are the only four quarterbacks who have beaten all 32 teams.
Eli Manning has lost the most career games by a quarterback as a starter, with 117 losses.
Montana was arguably the most decorated quarterback of the '80s and beat out other all-time great players for MVPs and other nominations. Unfortunately, that all pales in comparison when it comes to the dozens of trophies and records Manning owns.
the Miami Dolphins. At 24-12, Brady's dozen losses to Miami are the most he has recorded against any NFL team.The Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers have won the most NFL championship titles with 13 (9 NFL championships and 4 Super Bowls).The New England Patriots ( 6–5 ) and Pittsburgh Steelers ( 6–2 ) have won the most Super Bowls with six championships, while the Dallas Cowboys ( 5–3 ) and the San Francisco 49ers ( 5–2 ) have five wins.Tom Brady
Tom Brady has set a new NFL record. He just may not be too proud of this one. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback has now been sacked 555 times in his career, which makes him the most-sacked QB in league history.
A total of eight players have thrown for a record seven touchdowns in one game, with Hall of Famer Sid Luckman being the first to achieve the feat.Steve Atwater
During his time in the NFL, he racked up over 1,000 tackles, was an 8-time Pro Bowler, and won the Super Bowl twice. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2020. Atwaters most memorable tackle was against Christian Okoye, who was known for breaking tackles.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.The Cardinals
The Cardinals have recorded the most losses (780), and the Buccaneers hold the lowest winning percentage (. 401), with a 294–439–1 record through the end of Super Bowl LV, a game which they won.
Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, and Brett Favre are the quarterbacks who have beaten all 32 teams.Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, and Brett Favre are the quarterbacks who have beaten all 32 teams.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.One of the greatest quarterbacks in history is none other than Joe Montana, he was considered the GOAT by many before Tom Brady came along. The four-time Super Bowl champion has an impressive CV under his belt but Tom came and completely left it in the dust.
After realizing he was not going to get the starting job in Columbus, he packed his bags and headed down south to Baton Rouge. Burrow has been crowned the greatest to ever play at LSU by football fans all over the country.In 266 career NFL games over 18 seasons, there's only five teams that Peyton Manning never lost to. Those teams include the Arizona Cardinals (3-0), the Cleveland Browns (7-0), the Minnesota Vikings (4-0), the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-0) and the Detroit Lions (4-0).