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List of National Football League career passing yards leaders

This list shows the top 50 National Football League quarterbacks with the highest career regular season passing yards, the NFL playoff passing yards leaders with at least 2,500 yards, and the historical progression of regular season record holders.

Tom Brady holds both the regular season record, with 89,214 passing yards, and the playoff record, with 13,400 yards.

In American football, passing, along with running (also referred to as rushing), is one of the two main methods of advancing the ball down the field. Passes are typically attempted by the quarterback, but any offensive player can attempt a pass provided they are behind the line of scrimmage.[1] To qualify as a passing play, the ball must have initially moved forward after leaving the hands of the passer; if the ball initially moved laterally or backwards, the play would instead be considered a running play.[2] The amount of passing yards recorded by each quarterback is a recorded stat in football games.

Regular season career passing yards leaders

Tom Brady in a winter hat and New England Patriots jersey.
Tom Brady is the career passing yards leader with 89,214 yards and career playoff passing yards leader with 13,400.
Drew Brees in a New Orleans Saints jersey and helmet.
Drew Brees is second all-time in passing yards with 80,358.
Aaron Rodgers in a Green Bay Packers uniform and helmet with a football in his hands preparing to pass.
Aaron Rodgers, with 59,055 passing yards, is the active leader in career yardage.
Key
Symbol Meaning
Yds Career passing yardage
GP Games played
YPG Average yardage per game
Pro Football Hall of Fame member
^ Active player

Through 2023 season.

NFL regular season career passing yards leaders
Rank Player Yds GP YPG Team(s) Seasons Refs
1 Tom Brady 89,214 335 266.3 New England Patriots 20002019 [3][4]
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20202022
2 Drew Brees 80,358 287 280.0 San Diego Chargers 20012005 [3][5]
New Orleans Saints 20062020
3 Peyton Manning 71,940 266 270.5 Indianapolis Colts 19982011 [3][6]
Denver Broncos 20122015
4 Brett Favre 71,838 302 237.9 Atlanta Falcons 1991 [3][7]
Green Bay Packers 19922007
New York Jets 2008
Minnesota Vikings 20092010
5 Ben Roethlisberger 64,088 249 257.4 Pittsburgh Steelers 20042021 [3][8]
6 Philip Rivers 63,440 244 260.0 San Diego/L.A. Chargers 20042019 [3][9]
Indianapolis Colts 2020
7 Matt Ryan 62,792 234 268.3 Atlanta Falcons 20082021 [3][10]
Indianapolis Colts 2022
8 Dan Marino 61,361 242 253.6 Miami Dolphins 19831999 [3][11]
9 Aaron Rodgers^ 59,055 231 255.6 Green Bay Packers 20052022 [3][12]
New York Jets 2023–present
10 Eli Manning 57,023 236 241.6 New York Giants 20042019 [3][13]
11 Matthew Stafford^ 56,047 206 272.1 Detroit Lions 20092020 [3][14]
Los Angeles Rams 2021–present
12 John Elway 51,475 234 220.0 Denver Broncos 19831998 [3][15]
13 Warren Moon 49,325 208 237.1 Houston Oilers 19841993 [3][16]
Minnesota Vikings 19941996
Seattle Seahawks 19971998
Kansas City Chiefs 19992000
14 Fran Tarkenton 47,003 246 191.1 Minnesota Vikings 19611966, 19721978 [3][17]
New York Giants 19671971
15 Carson Palmer 46,247 182 254.1 Cincinnati Bengals 20032010 [3][18]
Oakland Raiders 20112012
Arizona Cardinals 20132017
16 Vinny Testaverde 46,233 233 198.4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19871992 [3][19]
Cleveland Browns 19931995
Baltimore Ravens 19961997
New York Jets 19982003, 2005
Dallas Cowboys 2004
New England Patriots 2006
Carolina Panthers 2007
17 Drew Bledsoe 44,611 194 230.0 New England Patriots 19932001 [3][20]
Buffalo Bills 20022004
Dallas Cowboys 20052006
18 Joe Flacco^ 43,936 188 233.7 Baltimore Ravens 20082018 [3][21]
Denver Broncos 2019
New York Jets 2020, 2022
Philadelphia Eagles 2021
Cleveland Browns 2023-present
19 Russell Wilson^ 43,653 232.2 Seattle Seahawks 20122021 [3][22]
Denver Broncos 2022-present
20 Dan Fouts 43,040 181 237.8 San Diego Chargers 19731987 [3][23]
21 Kerry Collins 40,922 198 206.7 Carolina Panthers 19951998[a] [3][24]
New Orleans Saints 1998
New York Giants 19992003
Oakland Raiders 20042005
Tennessee Titans 20062010
Indianapolis Colts 2011
22 Joe Montana 40,551 192 211.2 San Francisco 49ers 19791992 [3][25]
Kansas City Chiefs 19931994
23 Johnny Unitas 40,239 211 190.7 Baltimore Colts 19561972 [3][26]
San Diego Chargers 1973
24 Kirk Cousins^ 39,471 150 263.1 Washington Redskins 20122017 [3][27]
Minnesota Vikings 2018-present
25 Derek Carr^ 39,100 159 245.9 Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders 20142022 [3][28]
New Orleans Saints 2023-present
26 Andy Dalton^ 38,511 169 227.9 Cincinnati Bengals 20112019 [3][29]
Dallas Cowboys 2020
Chicago Bears 2021
New Orleans Saints 2022
Carolina Panthers 2023–present
27 Dave Krieg 38,147 213 179.1 Seattle Seahawks 19801991 [3][30]
Kansas City Chiefs 19921993
Detroit Lions 1994
Arizona Cardinals 1995
Chicago Bears 1996
Tennessee Oilers 19971998
28 Boomer Esiason 37,920 187 202.8 Cincinnati Bengals 19841992, 1997 [3][31]
New York Jets 19931995
Arizona Cardinals 1996
29 Donovan McNabb 37,276 167 223.2 Philadelphia Eagles 19992009 [3][32]
Washington Redskins 2010
Minnesota Vikings 2011
30 Matt Hasselbeck 36,638 209 175.3 Green Bay Packers 19992000 [3][33]
Seattle Seahawks 20012010
Tennessee Titans 20112012
Indianapolis Colts 20132015
31 Alex Smith 35,650 174 204.9 San Francisco 49ers 20052012 [3][34]
Kansas City Chiefs 20132017
Washington Redskins/Football Team 20182020
32 Jim Kelly 35,467 160 221.7 Buffalo Bills 19861996 [3][35]
33 Jay Cutler 35,133 153 229.6 Denver Broncos 20062008 [3][36]
Chicago Bears 20092016
Miami Dolphins 2017
34 Ryan Fitzpatrick 34,990 166 210.8 St. Louis Rams 20052006 [3][37]
Cincinnati Bengals 20072008
Buffalo Bills 20092012
Tennessee Titans 2013
Houston Texans 2014
New York Jets 20152016
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20172018
Miami Dolphins 20192020
Washington Football Team 2021
35 Ryan Tannehill^ 34,881 155 225.0 Miami Dolphins 20122018 [3][38]
Tennessee Titans 2019-present
36 Jim Everett 34,837 158 220.5 Los Angeles Rams 19861993 [3][39]
New Orleans Saints 19941996
San Diego Chargers 1997
37 Jim Hart 34,665 201 172.5 St. Louis Cardinals 19661983 [3][40]
Washington Redskins 1984
38 Steve DeBerg 34,241 206 166.2 San Francisco 49ers 19781980 [3][41]
Denver Broncos 19811983
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19841987, 19921993[b]
Kansas City Chiefs 19881991
Miami Dolphins 1993
Atlanta Falcons 1998
39 Tony Romo 34,183 156 219.1 Dallas Cowboys 20032016 [3][42]
40 John Hadl 33,503 224 149.6 San Diego Chargers 19621972 [3][43]
Los Angeles Rams 19731974[c]
Green Bay Packers 19741975
Houston Oilers 19761977
41 Phil Simms 33,462 164 204.0 New York Giants 19791993 [3][44]
42 Steve Young 33,124 169 196.0 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19851986 [3][45]
San Francisco 49ers 19871999
43 Troy Aikman 32,942 165 199.6 Dallas Cowboys 19892000 [3][46]
44 Ken Anderson 32,838 192 171.0 Cincinnati Bengals 19711986 [3][47]
45 Cam Newton 32,382 148 218.8 Carolina Panthers 20112019, 2021 [3][48]
New England Patriots 2020
46 Kurt Warner 32,344 124 260.8 St. Louis Rams 19982003 [3][49]
New York Giants 2004
Arizona Cardinals 20052009
47 Sonny Jurgensen 32,224 218 147.8 Philadelphia Eagles 19571963 [3][50]
Washington Redskins 19641974
48 Mark Brunell 32,072 193 166.2 Green Bay Packers 19931994 [3][51]
Jacksonville Jaguars 19952003
Washington Redskins 20042007
New Orleans Saints 20082009
New York Jets 20102011
49 John Brodie 31,548 201 157.0 San Francisco 49ers 19571973 [3][52]
50 Steve McNair 31,304 161 194.4 Houston/Tennessee Oilers/Titans 19952005 [3][53]
Baltimore Ravens 20062007
Rank Player Yds GP YPG Team(s) Seasons Refs

Note: Y. A. Tittle passed for 33,070 yards in his professional career, which would place him in 43rd on this list, but 4,731 of those yards came in the All-America Football Conference (AAFC), which the NFL does not recognize statistics and records from to date.[54][55] Thus, Tittle's career passing yards total in the NFL stands at 28,339.[56]

Playoff leaders

Through 2023–24 NFL playoffs. Based on at least 2,500 postseason passing yards.

Rank Player Yds GP YPG Team(s) Seasons Refs
1 Tom Brady 13,400 48 279.2 New England Patriots 20002019 [57][4]
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20202022
2 Peyton Manning 7,339 27 271.8 Indianapolis Colts 19982011 [57][6]
Denver Broncos 20122015
3 Ben Roethlisberger 5,972 23 259.7 Pittsburgh Steelers 20042021 [57][8]
4 Aaron Rodgers^ 5,894 22 267.9 Green Bay Packers 20052022 [57][12]
New York Jets 2023–present
5 Brett Favre 5,855 24 244.0 Atlanta Falcons 1991 [57][7]
Green Bay Packers 19922007
New York Jets 2008
Minnesota Vikings 20092010
6 Joe Montana 5,772 23 251.0 San Francisco 49ers 19791992 [57][25]
Kansas City Chiefs 19931994
7 Drew Brees 5,366 18 298.1 San Diego Chargers 20012005 [57][5]
New Orleans Saints 20062020
8 Patrick Mahomes^ 5,135 285.3 Kansas City Chiefs 2017-present [57][58]
9 John Elway 4,964 22 225.6 Denver Broncos 19831998 [57][15]
10 Dan Marino 4,510 18 250.6 Miami Dolphins 19831999 [57][11]
11 Kurt Warner 3,952 13 304.0 St. Louis Rams 19982003 [57][49]
New York Giants 2004
Arizona Cardinals 20052009
12 Jim Kelly 3,863 17 227.2 Buffalo Bills 19861996 [57][35]
13 Troy Aikman 3,849 16 240.6 Dallas Cowboys 19892000 [57][46]
14 Terry Bradshaw 3,833 19 201.7 Pittsburgh Steelers 19701983 [57][59]
15 Russell Wilson^ 3,786 16 236.6 Seattle Seahawks 20122021 [57][22]
Denver Broncos 2022–present
16 Donovan McNabb 3,752 234.5 Philadelphia Eagles 19992009 [57][32]
Washington Redskins 2010
Minnesota Vikings 2011
17 Joe Flacco^ 3,530 220.6 Baltimore Ravens 20082018 [57][21]
Denver Broncos 2019
New York Jets 2020, 2022
Philadelphia Eagles 2021
Cleveland Browns 2023–present
18 Steve Young 3,326 22 151.2 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19851986 [57][45]
San Francisco 49ers 19871999
19 Philip Rivers 2,965 12 247.1 San Diego/L.A. Chargers 20042019 [57][9]
Indianapolis Colts 2020
20 Warren Moon 2,870 10 287.0 Houston Oilers 19842003 [57][16]
Minnesota Vikings 19941996
Seattle Seahawks 19971998
Kansas City Chiefs 19992000
21 Roger Staubach 2,817 20 140.9 Dallas Cowboys 19691979 [57][60]
22 Eli Manning 2,815 12 234.6 New York Giants 20042019 [57][13]
23 Matt Hasselbeck 2,741 11 249.2 Green Bay Packers 19982000 [57][33]
Seattle Seahawks 20012010
Tennessee Titans 20112012
Indianapolis Colts 20132015
24 Josh Allen^ 2,723 10 272.3 Buffalo Bills 2018-present [57][61]
25 Matt Ryan 2,672 267.2 Atlanta Falcons 20082021 [57][10]
Indianapolis Colts 2022
26 Ken Stabler 2,641 13 203.2 Oakland Raiders 19701979 [57][62]
Houston Oilers 19801981
New Orleans Saints 19821984

Historical passing yards leaders

Eleven players are recognized as having held the record as the NFL's career passing yardage leader. The longest record holder was Fran Tarkenton, who held the record for nineteen years.

Reign Player Team(s) while leader Career passing yards Season(s) Refs
19321942
(11 years)
Arnie Herber Green Bay Packers 639 1932 [63]
1,295 1933
2,094 1934
2,823 1935
4,062 1936
4,746 1937
5,082 1938
6,189 1939
6,749 1940–1942
19431958
(16 years)
Sammy Baugh Washington Redskins 8,379 1943 [64]
9,228 1944
10,897 1945
12,060 1946
14,998 1947
17,597 1948
19,500 1949
20,630 1950
21,734 1951
21,886 1952–1958
19591963
(5 years)
Bobby Layne Pittsburgh Steelers 22,063 1959 [65]
23,877 1960
25,082 1961
26,768 1962–1963
19641967
(4 years)
Y. A. Tittle New York Giants 28,339 1964–1967 [56]
19681975
(8 years)
Johnny Unitas Baltimore Colts (19681972)
San Diego Chargers (1973)
33,160 1968 [26]
35,502 1969
37,715 1970
38,657 1971
39,768 1972
40,239 1973–1975
19761994
(19 years)
Fran Tarkenton Minnesota Vikings 41,801 1976 [17]
43,535 1977
47,003 1978–1994
19952006
(12 years)
Dan Marino Miami Dolphins 48,841 1995 [11]
51,636 1996
55,416 1997
58,913 1998
61,361 1999–2006
20072014
(8 years)
Brett Favre Green Bay Packers (2007)
New York Jets (2008)
Minnesota Vikings (20092010)
61,655 2007 [7]
65,127 2008
69,329 2009
71,838 2010–2014
20152017
(3 years)
Peyton Manning Denver Broncos 71,940 2015–2017 [6]
20182020
(3 years)
Drew Brees New Orleans Saints 74,437 2018 [5]
77,416 2019
80,358 2020
Since 2021
(4 years)
Tom Brady Tampa Bay Buccaneers 84,520 2021 [4]
89,214 2022–present

Notes

  1. ^ Collins was traded during the 1998 season; he played four games for the Panthers and seven for the Saints.
  2. ^ DeBerg was cut during the 1993 season; he played three games for the Buccaneers and five for the Dolphins.
  3. ^ Hadl was traded during the 1974 season; he played six games for the Rams and eight for the Packers.

See also

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