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Following is the list of players to achieve the longest consecutive streaks of throwing touchdown passes in consecutive games in the National Football League.[1][2][3][4]

Updated through 2021 season

Regular season

Official

An official streak is defined as a player passing for touchdown passes in consecutive games in which the player participated in a game. By this definition, a player's streak extends if the QB does not participate in any aspect of a given game due to injury or other reason. This definition is officially used by the NFL to track consecutive games with touchdown passes.

All-time consecutive games with at least one touchdown pass

Drew Brees holds the record for consecutive regular season games with a touchdown pass with 54.

Drew Brees holds the NFL record, 54 games, for consecutive games with at least one touchdown pass.[5] He set the record on October 7, 2012,[6] when he surpassed the streak of 47 consecutive games by Johnny Unitas which had stood since December 11, 1960.[1] Unitas had held the record for nearly 52 years after surpassing Cecil Isbell's streak of 23, which had been established as the record in 1942.[7][8] Brees's record streak ended on November 29, 2012, against the Atlanta Falcons.[5]

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 23 consecutive regular season games.[9]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Drew Brees 10/18/2009 – 11/25/2012 New Orleans Saints 54 [5][10]
2 Tom Brady 9/12/2010 – 9/29/2013 New England Patriots 52 [11][12][13]
3 Peyton Manning 11/21/2010 – 11/30/2014 Indianapolis Colts/
Denver Broncos
51 [14][15]
4 Johnny Unitas 12/9/1956 – 12/4/1960 Baltimore Colts 47 [1][16][17][18]
5 Drew Brees 12/9/2012 – 11/29/2015 New Orleans Saints 45 [10][19]
6 Kirk Cousins 9/27/2020 – 11/20/2022 Minnesota Vikings 39 [20]
7 Tony Romo 10/1/2012 – 11/23/2014 Dallas Cowboys 38 [21][22]
8 Brett Favre 11/4/2002 – 11/29/2004 Green Bay Packers 36 [1][23][16][17][18][24][25]
9 Andrew Luck 12/28/2014 – 11/25/2018 Indianapolis Colts 34 [26]
10 Patrick Mahomes 10/6/2019 – 10/17/2021 Kansas City Chiefs 31 [27]
11T Dan Marino 11/10/1985 – 11/22/1987 Miami Dolphins 30 [1][28][16][18]
Ben Roethlisberger 9/9/2012 – 9/7/2014 Pittsburgh Steelers [29]
Matt Ryan 12/20/2015 – 11/26/2017 Atlanta Falcons [30]
14T Dave Krieg 12/11/1983 – 11/10/1985 Seattle Seahawks 28 [1][16][31]
Philip Rivers 12/9/2012 – 10/23/2014 San Diego Chargers [32]
16T Chris Chandler 9/14/1997 – 9/12/1999 Atlanta Falcons 27 [33]
Peyton Manning 9/27/1998 – 12/19/1999 Indianapolis Colts [14][34]
Philip Rivers 10/1/2017 – 12/13/2018 Los Angeles Chargers [32]
Ben Roethlisberger 9/14/2020 – 12/9/2021 Pittsburgh Steelers [29]
20 Ben Roethlisberger 10/15/2017 – 12/30/2018 Pittsburgh Steelers 26 [29]
21T Daryle Lamonica 12/8/1968 – 11/15/1970 Oakland Raiders 25 [35]
Justin Herbert 12/13/2020 – 10/17/2022 Los Angeles Chargers 25 [36]
23T Frank Ryan 12/5/1965 – 11/5/1967 Cleveland Browns 25 [37]
Daunte Culpepper 9/10/2000 – 11/19/2001 Minnesota Vikings [38]
Tom Brady 10/27/2013 – 12/28/2014 New England Patriots [12]
26T Cecil Isbell 11/24/1940 – 12/6/1942 Green Bay Packers 23 [7][8][39]
Sonny Jurgensen 11/27/1966 – 10/20/1968 Washington Redskins [40]
Kurt Warner 9/12/1999 – 10/22/2000 St. Louis Rams [41]
Brian Griese 9/10/2001 – 10/27/2002 Denver Broncos [42]
Steve McNair 10/14/2001 – 11/17/2002 Tennessee Titans [43]
Philip Rivers 10/4/2009 – 11/22/2010 San Diego Chargers [32]

All-time consecutive games with at least two touchdown passes

Peyton Manning completed 2+ touchdown passes over fifteen consecutive games, an NFL record.

Peyton Manning set the record for consecutive games with at least two touchdown passes with 15 in 2013, surpassing the record shared by several players including a streak of 13 he had in 2004.[44][45] The previous record had since been tied by Tom Brady in 2007 and Aaron Rodgers in 2011.[2] The record of 12 before that was set by Johnny Unitas in 1959 and tied by others before being surpassed by Manning.[45] Don Meredith also had 13 consecutive games with at least two touchdown passes from 1965 through 1966.[46] However, Meredith's streak was interrupted by not playing in the October 24, 1965 contest between the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers.[47][48][49][50]

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 10 consecutive regular season games.[51]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Peyton Manning 11/24/2013 – 11/9/2014 Denver Broncos 15 [44][51]
2 Patrick Mahomes 10/14/2018 – 9/22/2019 Kansas City Chiefs 14 [51]
3T Don Meredith 10/17/1965 – 10/9/1966 Dallas Cowboys 13 [51]
Peyton Manning 9/9/2004 – 12/12/2004 Indianapolis Colts 13 [45][2][52][51]
Tom Brady 11/7/2010 – 10/2/2011 New England Patriots 13 [2][52][51]
Aaron Rodgers 9/8/2011 – 12/11/2011 Green Bay Packers 13 [2][51]
Philip Rivers 12/31/2017 – 12/2/2018 Los Angeles Chargers 13 [51]
7T Johnny Unitas 9/27/1959 – 12/12/1959 Baltimore Colts 12 [45][51]
Dan Marino 11/2/1986 – 11/1/1987 Miami Dolphins 12 [45][52][51]
Brett Favre 11/6/1994 – 9/24/1995 Green Bay Packers 12 [45][51]
10T Peyton Manning 12/23/2012 – 11/10/2013 Denver Broncos 11 [51]
Cam Newton 9/16/2018 – 12/2/2018 Carolina Panthers 11 [51]
13T Dan Marino 9/2/1984 – 11/4/1984 Miami Dolphins 10 [51]
Tom Brady 9/9/2007 – 11/18/2007 New England Patriots 10 [51]
Tom Brady 10/5/2014 – 12/14/2014 New England Patriots 10 [51]
Philip Rivers 10/30/2016 – 9/11/2017 San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers 10 [51]

All-time consecutive games with at least three touchdown passes

Andrew Luck is the most recent quarterback to have had at least five consecutive games with 3+ touchdown passes.

Tom Brady set the record for consecutive games with at least three touchdown passes with 10 in 2007.[53] The previous record of 8 was set by Peyton Manning in 2004[14] who had surpassed Marino's record of 7 established in 1987.[28]

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 5 consecutive regular season games.[54]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Tom Brady 9/9/2007 – 11/18/2007 New England Patriots 10 [53][54]
2T Peyton Manning 10/10/2004 – 12/5/2004 Indianapolis Colts 8 [53][54]
Andrew Luck 9/30/2018 – 11/25/2018 Indianapolis Colts 8 [53][54]
4 Dan Marino 12/7/1986 – 11/1/1987 Miami Dolphins 7 [54]
5T Bobby Layne 10/28/1951 – 11/22/1951 Detroit Lions 5 [54]
Steve Young 9/6/1998 – 10/11/1998 San Francisco 49ers 5 [54]
Aaron Rodgers 10/16/2011 – 11/20/2011 Green Bay Packers 5 [54]
Peyton Manning 9/30/2012 – 11/4/2012 Denver Broncos 5 [54]
Aaron Rodgers 12/16/2012 – 9/15/2013 Green Bay Packers 5 [54]
Russell Wilson 11/22/2015 – 12/20/2015 Seattle Seahawks 5 [54]

All-time consecutive games with at least four touchdown passes

Patrick Mahomes is a recent player to throw 4+ touchdown passes in at least three consecutive games.

Peyton Manning set the record for consecutive games with at least four touchdown passes with 5 in 2004. The previous record of 4 was set by Dan Marino in 1984.[3]

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 3 consecutive regular season games.[55]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Peyton Manning 10/31/2004 – 11/25/2004 Indianapolis Colts 5 [3][55]
2T Dan Marino 11/26/1984 – 12/17/1984 Miami Dolphins 4 [3][55]
Tom Brady 12/26/2020 – 9/19/2021 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4 [56][57]
3T Drew Brees 12/18/2011 – 1/1/2012 New Orleans Saints 3 [55]
Patrick Mahomes 10/14/2018 – 10/28/2018 Kansas City Chiefs 3 [55]
Russell Wilson 9/13/2020 – 9/27/2020 Seattle Seahawks 3 [55]

All-time consecutive games with at least five touchdown passes

Daunte Culpepper was the first player in NFL history to have consecutive games with five touchdown passes. Tom Flores of the American Football League (which later merged with the NFL) also had consecutive games with at least five touchdown passes in 1963.[58]

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 2 consecutive regular season games.[59]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1T Daunte Culpepper 10/10/2004 – 10/17/2004 Minnesota Vikings 2 [59][58]
Tom Brady 10/14/2007 – 10/21/2007 New England Patriots 2 [59][58]
Ben Roethlisberger 10/26/2014 – 11/2/2014 Pittsburgh Steelers 2 [59][60][58]
Russell Wilson 9/20/2020 – 9/27/2020 Seattle Seahawks 2 [59][58]

All-time consecutive games with at least six touchdown passes

Ben Roethlisberger is the only quarterback in NFL history to record back to back 6 touchdown pass performances.

Ben Roethlisberger established the record with at least six touchdown passes in two consecutive games in 2014.[60]

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 2 consecutive regular season games.[61]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Ben Roethlisberger 10/26/2014 – 11/2/2014 Pittsburgh Steelers 2 [60][29]

Uninterrupted

An uninterrupted streak is defined as a player passing for touchdown passes in consecutive games uninterrupted for any reason including injury or other reason. By this definition, a player streak ends if the player does not participate in any aspect of a given game due to injury or other reason. This definition is not officially used by the NFL to track consecutive games with touchdown passes.

All-time consecutive uninterrupted games with at least one touchdown pass

Tom Brady holds the record for consecutive uninterrupted regular season games with at least one touchdown pass.

Tom Brady holds the record for most consecutive uninterrupted regular season games with at least one touchdown pass with 52,[11] setting the record on December 2, 2012, surpassing Brees's 43, and ending at Cincinnati on October 6, 2013. Both players had surpassed Favre's record of 36, set in 2004.[23]

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 22 consecutive regular season games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Tom Brady 9/12/2010 – 9/29/2013 New England Patriots 52 [11][12]
2 Peyton Manning 9/9/2012 – 11/30/2014 Denver Broncos 44 [14]
3 Drew Brees 9/9/2010 – 11/25/2012 New Orleans Saints 43 [10]
4 Drew Brees 12/9/2012 – 9/20/2015 New Orleans Saints 38 [10]
5 Brett Favre 10/20/2002 – 11/29/2004 Green Bay Packers 36 [23][17][24]
6 Kirk Cousins 9/27/2020 - 10/09/2022 Minnesota Vikings 35 [20]
7 Matt Ryan 12/20/2015 – 11/26/2017 Atlanta Falcons 30 [30]
8T Dave Krieg 12/11/1983 – 11/10/1985 Seattle Seahawks 28 [16][31]
Tony Romo 10/1/2012 – 12/22/2013 Dallas Cowboys 28 [21]
Philip Rivers 12/9/2012 – 10/23/2014 San Diego Chargers 28 [32]
11T Peyton Manning 9/27/1998 – 12/19/1999 Indianapolis Colts 27 [14][34]
Philip Rivers 10/1/2017 – 12/13/2018 Los Angeles Chargers 27 [32]
13 Johnny Unitas 12/9/1956 – 11/2/1958 Baltimore Colts 26 [1]
14T Daryle Lamonica 12/8/1968 – 11/15/1970 Oakland Raiders 25 [35]
Dan Marino 11/10/1985 – 9/20/1987 Miami Dolphins 25 [28]
16T Daunte Culpepper 9/10/2000 – 11/19/2001 Minnesota Vikings 24 [38]
Tom Brady 10/27/2013 – 12/21/2014 New England Patriots 24 [12]
18T Frank Ryan 12/19/1965 – 11/5/1967 Cleveland Browns 23 [37]
Sonny Jurgensen 11/27/1966 – 10/20/1968 Washington Redskins 23 [40]
Kurt Warner 9/12/1999 – 10/22/2000 St. Louis Rams 23 [41]
Steve McNair 10/14/2001 – 11/17/2002 Tennessee Titans 23 [43]
Philip Rivers 10/4/2009 – 11/22/2010 San Diego Chargers 23 [32]
23T Cecil Isbell 9/14/1941 – 12/6/1942 Green Bay Packers 22 [39][62]
Kurt Warner 11/11/2007 – 12/14/2008 Arizona Cardinals 22 [41]
Matt Ryan 9/18/2011 – 10/28/2012 Atlanta Falcons 22 [30]
Aaron Rodgers 11/8/2015 – 12/11/16 Green Bay Packers 22 [63]
Patrick Mahomes 11/19/2019 – 12/27/20 Kansas City Chiefs 22 [27]

Note: Unitas' official streak was interrupted by an injury after 21 consecutive games with a touchdown pass.[1] Brees' official streak of 54 games was interrupted by not playing week 17 of the 2009 regular season after 11 consecutive games with a touchdown pass.[64] Brees other official streak of 20+ games with a touchdown pass was interrupted by an injury and did not play week 3 of the 2015 season after 38 consecutive games with a touchdown pass.[65] Marino's official streak was interrupted by the 1987 NFL players' strike after 25 consecutive games with a touchdown pass. Manning's official streak was interrupted after sustaining a neck injury which caused him to miss the entire 2011 season after 7 consecutive games with a touchdown pass.[66]

All-time consecutive uninterrupted games with at least two touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 10 consecutive regular season games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Peyton Manning 11/24/2013 – 11/9/2014 Denver Broncos 15 [14]
2 Patrick Mahomes 10/14/2018 – 9/22/2019 Kansas City Chiefs 14 [27]
3T Peyton Manning 9/9/2004 – 12/12/2004 Indianapolis Colts 13 [45][2][14][52]
Tom Brady 11/7/2010 – 10/2/2011 New England Patriots 13 [2][12][52]
Aaron Rodgers 9/8/2011 – 12/11/2011 Green Bay Packers 13 [2][63]
Philip Rivers 12/31/2017 – 12/2/2018 Los Angeles Chargers 13 [32]
7T Johnny Unitas 9/27/1959 – 12/12/1959 Baltimore Colts 12 [45]
Don Meredith 10/31/1965 – 10/9/1966 Dallas Cowboys 12 [45][46][52]
Brett Favre 11/6/1994 – 9/24/1995 Green Bay Packers 12 [45][24]
10T Peyton Manning 12/23/2012 – 11/10/2013 Denver Broncos 11 [14]
Cam Newton 9/16/2018 – 12/2/2018 Carolina Panthers 11 [67]
12T Dan Marino 9/2/1984 – 11/4/1984 Miami Dolphins 10 [28]
Dan Marino 11/2/1986 – 9/20/1987 Miami Dolphins 10 [28]
Tom Brady 9/9/2007 – 11/18/2007 New England Patriots 10 [12]
Tom Brady 10/5/2014 – 12/14/2014 New England Patriots 10 [12]
Philip Rivers 10/30/2016 – 9/11/2017 San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers 10 [32]

All-time consecutive uninterrupted games with at least three touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 5 consecutive regular season games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Tom Brady 9/9/2007 – 11/18/2007 New England Patriots 10 [12]
2T Peyton Manning 10/10/2004 – 12/5/2004 Indianapolis Colts 8 [14]
Andrew Luck 9/30/2018 – 11/25/2018 Indianapolis Colts 8 [26]
4T Bobby Layne 10/28/1951 – 11/22/1951 Detroit Lions 5 [68]
Dan Marino 12/7/1986 – 9/20/1987 Miami Dolphins 5 [28]
Steve Young 9/6/1998 – 10/11/1998 San Francisco 49ers 5 [69]
Aaron Rodgers 10/16/2011 – 11/20/2011 Green Bay Packers 5 [63]
Peyton Manning 9/30/2012 – 11/4/2012 Denver Broncos 5 [14]
Aaron Rodgers 12/16/2012 – 9/15/2013 Green Bay Packers 5 [63]
Russell Wilson 11/22/2015 – 12/20/2015 Seattle Seahawks 5 [70]

All-time consecutive uninterrupted games with at least four touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 3 consecutive regular season games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Peyton Manning 10/31/2004 – 11/25/2004 Indianapolis Colts 5 [14]
2 Dan Marino 11/26/1984 – 12/17/1984 Miami Dolphins 4 [28]
3T Drew Brees 12/18/2011 – 1/1/2012 New Orleans Saints 3 [10]
Patrick Mahomes 10/14/2018 – 10/28/2018 Kansas City Chiefs 3 [27]
Russell Wilson 9/13/2020 – 9/27/2020 Seattle Seahawks 3 [70]

All-time consecutive uninterrupted games with at least five touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 2 consecutive regular season games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1T Daunte Culpepper 10/10/2004 – 10/17/2004 Minnesota Vikings 2 [38]
Tom Brady 10/14/2007 – 10/21/2007 New England Patriots 2 [12]
Ben Roethlisberger 10/26/2014 – 11/2/2014 Pittsburgh Steelers 2 [29]
Russell Wilson 9/20/2020 – 9/27/2020 Seattle Seahawks 2 [70]

All-time consecutive uninterrupted games with at least six touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 2 consecutive regular season games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Ben Roethlisberger 10/26/2014 – 11/2/2014 Pittsburgh Steelers 2 [29]

Home records

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least one touchdown pass at home

Dan Marino held the record for consecutive games with 1+ touchdown passes at home for twenty-five years before being surpassed in 2013.

Drew Brees holds the record for consecutive games with a touchdown pass at home. He has held the record since 2015 when he surpassed Tom Brady. Brady had surpassed the previous record in 2013 held by Dan Marino which he set in 1988. Prior to that, Johnny Unitas held the record.

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 20 consecutive regular season games.[71]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Stadium Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Drew Brees 10/18/2009 – 11/27/2016 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome 60 [71][72][73]
2 Tom Brady 9/14/2009 – 12/14/2014 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium 47 [71]
3 Ben Roethlisberger 12/19/2010 – 9/17/2017 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field 45 [71]
4 Dan Marino 10/9/1983 – 11/14/1988 Miami Dolphins Miami Orange Bowl/Joe Robbie Stadium 39 [71][74]
5 Aaron Rodgers 10/5/2008 – 12/2/2012 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field 35 [71][74]
6T Johnny Unitas 12/23/1956 – 9/30/1962 Baltimore Colts Memorial Stadium 34 [1][75]
Aaron Rodgers 9/14/2014 – 12/9/2018 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field 34 [71]
8 Andrew Luck 12/15/2013 – 11/25/2018 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium 27 [71]
9T Warren Moon 12/20/1987 – 10/27/1991 Houston Oilers Houston Astrodome 26 [71]
Peyton Manning 11/28/2010 – 11/23/2014 Indianapolis Colts/Denver Broncos Lucas Oil Stadium/Sports Authority Field at Mile High 26 [71]
11 Ryan Tannehill 10/23/2016 – 9/26/2021 Miami Dolphins/Tennessee Titans Hard Rock Stadium/Nissan Stadium 25 [71]
12T Chris Chandler 9/14/1997 – 9/24/2000 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome 24 [71]
Peyton Manning 12/24/2000 – 12/14/2003 Indianapolis Colts RCA Dome 24 [71]
Brett Favre 11/4/2002 – 10/9/2005 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field 24 [71]
15T Philip Rivers 12/16/2012 – 11/9/2015 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium 23 [71]
Joe Flacco 9/7/2014 – 10/1/2017 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium 23 [71]
Carson Wentz 12/11/2016 – 12/22/2019 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field 23 [71]
18T Steve Bartkowski 10/26/1980 – 10/30/1983 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium 22 [71]
Brett Favre 11/28/1993 – 10/14/1996 Green Bay Packers Milwaukee County Stadium/Lambeau Field 22 [71]
Peyton Manning 9/6/1998 – 11/26/2000 Indianapolis Colts RCA Dome 22 [71]
21T John Brodie 11/16/1969 – 12/16/1972 San Francisco 49ers Kezar Stadium/Candlestick Park 20 [71]
Ken Stabler 12/14/1975 – 11/26/1978 Oakland Raiders Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 20 [71]
Kurt Warner 11/11/2007 – 12/27/2009 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium 20 [71]
Matt Ryan 12/27/2009 – 10/14/2012 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome 20 [71]
Jay Cutler 11/25/2012 – 11/1/2015 Chicago Bears Soldier Field 20 [71]
Kirk Cousins 1/1/2017 – 10/13/2019 Washington Redskins/Minnesota Vikings FedEx Field/U.S. Bank Stadium 20 [71]

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least two touchdown passes at home

Drew Brees' streak of 21 consecutive games with at least two touchdown passes at home is the longest of all time.[76][77] Brett Favre held the previous record of 14[78] which he established in 1996. Favre had surpassed Jim Everett's home mark of 11 which he had set in 1990.[77] Brees has held the record since 2012.[10]

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 10 consecutive regular season games.[78]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Stadium Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Drew Brees 9/18/2011 – 11/10/2013 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome 21 [76][78]
2 Peyton Manning 11/28/2010 – 10/27/2013 Indianapolis Colts/Denver Broncos Lucas Oil Stadium/Sports Authority Field at Mile High 17 [78]
3 Brett Favre 11/6/1994 – 9/15/1996 Green Bay Packers Milwaukee County Stadium/Lambeau Field 14 [78]
4 Aaron Rodgers 9/14/2014 – 11/15/2015 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field 13 [78]
5 Kurt Warner 9/12/1999 – 10/15/2000 St. Louis Rams Trans World Dome 12 [77][78]
6T Jim Everett 9/17/1989 – 10/21/1990 Los Angeles Rams Anaheim Stadium 11 [77][78]
Ryan Fitzpatrick 11/2/2014 – 9/11/2016 Houston/NY Jets NRG Stadium/MetLife Stadium 11 [78]
Ben Roethlisberger 11/8/2015 – 9/17/2017 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field 11 [78]
Andrew Luck 10/9/2016 – 11/25/2018 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium 11 [78]

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least three touchdown passes at home

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 5 consecutive regular season games.[79]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Stadium Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Peyton Manning 9/30/2012 – 9/29/2013 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High 9 [79]
2 Drew Brees 11/1/2015 – 10/16/2016 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome 8 [79]
3T Drew Brees 11/28/2011 – 10/7/2012 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome 7 [79]
Ben Roethlisberger 11/15/2015 – 11/13/2016 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field 7 [79][80]
5T Peyton Manning 9/26/2004 – 12/5/2004 Indianapolis Colts RCA Dome 6 [79]
Peyton Manning 9/7/2014 – 11/23/2014 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High 6 [79]
7T Steve Bartkowski 12/14/1980 – 10/18/1981 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium 5 [79]
Steve Young 11/20/1994 – 9/17/1995 San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park 5 [79]
Steve Beuerlein 11/7/1999 – 1/2/2000 Carolina Panthers Ericsson Stadium 5 [79]
Tony Romo 9/15/2008 – 11/27/2008 Dallas Cowboys Texas Stadium 5 [79]
Aaron Rodgers 9/8/2011 – 11/20/2011 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field 5 [79]
Aaron Rodgers 9/14/2014 – 11/16/2014 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field 5 [79]
Andrew Luck 9/30/2018 – 11/25/2018 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium 5 [79]

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least four touchdown passes at home

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 3 consecutive regular season games.[81]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Stadium Consecutive
games
Reference
1T Dan Marino 11/26/1984 – 12/17/1984 Miami Dolphins Miami Orange Bowl 3 [81]
Drew Brees 9/30/2013 – 11/10/2013 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome 3 [81]
Drew Brees 11/4/2018 – 11/22/2018 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome 3 [81]

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least five touchdown passes at home

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 2 consecutive regular season games.[82]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Stadium Consecutive
games
Reference
1T Ben Roethlisberger 10/26/2014 – 11/2/2014 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field 2 [82]
Russell Wilson 9/20/2020 – 9/27/2020 Settle Seahawks CenturyLink Field 2 [82]

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least six touchdown passes at home

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 2 consecutive regular season games.[83]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Stadium Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Ben Roethlisberger 10/26/2014 – 11/2/2014 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field 2 [83]

Road records

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least one touchdown pass on the road

Tony Romo holds the record for the most consecutive road games with 1+ touchdown passes in NFL history.

Tony Romo's streak of 41 consecutive road games with at least one touchdown pass is the longest of all time[84] which he set in 2014.[85] He surpassed the previous record of 32 which had been held by Favre for 10 seasons.[86] Johnny Unitas held the previous mark of 22 since 1960 until surpassed by Favre in 2003.[1][86]

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 20 consecutive regular season games.[87]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Tony Romo 10/11/2009 – 12/28/2014 Dallas Cowboys 41 [84][87]
2 Matt Ryan 9/25/2011 – 12/6/2015 Atlanta Falcons 37 [87]
3 Peyton Manning 9/12/2010 – 9/27/2015 Indianapolis Colts/Denver Broncos 34 [87]
4 Brett Favre 11/27/2000 – 11/21/2004 Green Bay Packers 32 [87]
5 Aaron Brooks 11/26/2000 – 9/26/2004 New Orleans Saints 27 [87]
6T Drew Brees 10/25/2009 – 11/18/2012 New Orleans Saints 26 [87]
Tom Brady 9/19/2010 – 9/29/2013 New England Patriots 26 [87]
8T Johnny Unitas 12/9/1956 – 11/13/1960 Baltimore Colts 22 [1]
Dan Fouts 10/21/1979 – 9/12/1982 San Diego Chargers 22 [87]
Marc Bulger 9/21/2003 – 10/29/2006 St. Louis Rams 22 [87]
Drew Brees 12/9/2012 – 11/15/2015 New Orleans Saints 22 [87]
Russell Wilson 10/6/2013 – 1/3/2016 Seattle Seahawks 22 [87]
Philip Rivers 10/9/2016 – 12/30/2018 San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers 22 [87]
14T Chris Chandler 10/22/1995 – 12/20/1998 Houston Oilers/Atlanta Falcons 21 [87]
Brian Griese 9/26/1999 – 10/27/2002 Denver Broncos 21 [87]
Kirk Cousins 9/21/2014 – 10/23/2017 Washington Redskins 21 [87]
17T Daryle Lamonica 9/15/1968 – 12/6/1970 Oakland Raiders 20 [87]
Dave Krieg 12/13/1981 – 11/10/1985 Seattle Seahawks 20 [87]

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least two touchdown passes on the road

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 10 consecutive regular season games.[86]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Tom Brady 11/7/2010 – 9/9/2012 New England Patriots 14 [86]
2 Peyton Manning 9/15/2013 – 11/9/2014 Denver Broncos 12 [86]
3T Brett Favre 10/21/2001 – 11/17/2002 Green Bay Packers 11 [86]
Tom Brady 9/14/2003 – 11/7/2004 New England Patriots 11 [86]
Matt Ryan 11/4/2018 – 11/10/2019 Atlanta Falcons 11 [86]

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least three touchdown passes on the road

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 5 consecutive regular season games.[88]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Patrick Mahomes 10/14/2018 – 9/15/2019 Kansas City Chiefs 7 [88]
2 Tom Brady 9/9/2007 – 11/18/2007 New England Patriots 6 [88]
3T Dan Marino 11/16/1986 – 9/20/1987 Miami Dolphins 5 [88]
Brett Favre 11/20/1994 – 9/11/1995 Green Bay Packers 5 [88]

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least four touchdown passes on the road

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 3 consecutive regular season games.[89]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1T Peyton Manning 10/31/2004 – 11/25/2004 Indianapolis Colts 3 [89]
Peyton Manning 12/1/2013 – 12/29/2013 Denver Broncos 3 [89]

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least five touchdown passes on the road

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 2 consecutive regular season games.[90]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1T Daunte Culpepper 10/10/2004 – 10/17/2004 Minnesota Vikings 2 [90]
Tom Brady 10/14/2007 – 10/21/2007 New England Patriots 2 [90]
Cam Newton 12/6/2015 – 12/20/2015 Carolina Panthers 2 [90]

Stadium records

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least one touchdown pass at a stadium

There have been four streaks of 1+ touchdown passes of at least 20 games at Lambeau Field, the most of any venue in NFL history.

Drew Brees (Mercedes-Benz Superdome) holds the record for consecutive games with a touchdown pass at a specific stadium venue. He has held the record since 2015 when he surpassed Tom Brady (Gillette Stadium). Brady had surpassed the previous record in 2013 held by Aaron Rodgers (Lambeau Field) which he set in 2012. Prior to that, Johnny Unitas (Memorial Stadium) held the record.

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 20 consecutive regular season games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Stadium Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Drew Brees 10/18/2009 – 11/27/2016 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome 60 [91]
2 Tom Brady 9/14/2009 – 12/14/2014 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium 47 [92]
3 Ben Roethlisberger 12/19/2010 – 9/17/2017 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field 45 [93]
4 Aaron Rodgers 10/5/2008 – 12/2/2012 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field 35 [94][74]
5T Johnny Unitas 12/23/1956 – 9/30/1962 Baltimore Colts Memorial Stadium 34 [1][95]
Aaron Rodgers 9/14/2014 – 12/9/2018 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field 34 [94]
7 Dan Marino 10/9/1983 – 12/22/1986 Miami Dolphins Miami Orange Bowl 28 [96]
8 Andrew Luck 12/15/2013 – 11/25/2018 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium 27 [95]
9 Warren Moon 12/20/1987 – 10/27/1991 Houston Oilers Houston Astrodome 26 [97]
10 Brett Favre 9/20/1992 – 10/14/1996 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field 25 [24][98]
11T Chris Chandler 9/14/1997 – 9/24/2000 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome 24 [99]
Peyton Manning 12/24/2000 – 12/14/2003 Indianapolis Colts RCA Dome 24 [95]
Brett Favre 11/4/2002 – 10/9/2005 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field 24 [94]
Peyton Manning 10/29/2006 – 11/23/2014 Indianapolis Colts/Denver Broncos Invesco Field/Sports Authority Field at Mile High 24 [100][101]
15T Philip Rivers 12/16/2012 – 11/9/2015 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium 23 [102]
Joe Flacco 9/7/2014 – 10/1/2017 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium 23 [103]
Carson Wentz 12/11/2016 – 12/22/2019 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field 23 [104]
18T Steve Bartkowski 10/26/1980 – 10/30/1983 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium 22 [99]
Peyton Manning 9/6/1998 – 11/26/2000 Indianapolis Colts RCA Dome 22 [95]
20T Ken Stabler 12/14/1975 – 11/26/1978 Oakland Raiders Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 20 [105]
Kurt Warner 11/11/2007 – 12/27/2009 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium 20 [106]
Matt Ryan 12/27/2009 – 10/14/2012 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome 20 [99]
Jay Cutler 11/25/2012 – 11/1/2015 Chicago Bears Soldier Field 20 [107]

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least two touchdown passes at a stadium

Drew Brees' streak of 21 consecutive games with at least two touchdown passes at a specific stadium venue (Mercedes-Benz Superdome) is the longest of all time.[76][77] Brett Favre held the previous record of 12 (Lambeau Field)[77] which he established in 1996. The stadium record was tied by Kurt Warner (Trans World Dome) in 2000. Favre had surpassed Jim Everett's stadium mark of 11 (Anaheim Stadium) which he had set in 1990.[77] Brees has held the record since 2012.[10]

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 10 consecutive regular season games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Stadium Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Drew Brees 9/18/2011 – 11/10/2013 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome 21 [108][76]
2 Peyton Manning 10/29/2006 – 10/27/2013 Indianapolis Colts/Denver Broncos Invesco Field/Sports Authority Field at Mile High 15 [109][110]
3 Aaron Rodgers 9/14/2014 – 11/15/2015 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field 13 [111]
4T Brett Favre 11/13/1994 – 9/15/1996 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field 12 [111][112][113][77]
Kurt Warner 9/12/1999 – 10/15/2000 St. Louis Rams Trans World Dome 12 [114][77]
6T Jim Everett 9/17/1989 – 10/21/1990 Los Angeles Rams Anaheim Stadium 11 [114][77]
Brett Favre 12/17/2000 – 10/18/2009 Green Bay Packers/Minnesota Vikings Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 11 [115][116][77]
Ben Roethlisberger 11/8/2015 – 9/17/2017 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field 11 [117]
Andrew Luck 10/9/2016 – 11/25/2018 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium 11 [118]
10 Ryan Fitzpatrick 9/13/2015 – 9/11/2016 New York Jets MetLife Stadium 10 [119][120]

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least three touchdown passes at a stadium

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 5 consecutive regular season games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Stadium Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Peyton Manning 9/30/2012 – 9/29/2013 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High 9 [121]
2 Drew Brees 11/1/2015 – 10/16/2016 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome 8 [122]
3T Drew Brees 11/28/2011 – 10/7/2012 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome 7 [122]
Ben Roethlisberger 11/15/2015 – 11/13/2016 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field 7 [123]
5T Peyton Manning 9/26/2004 – 12/5/2004 Indianapolis Colts RCA Dome 6 [124]
Peyton Manning 9/7/2014 – 11/23/2014 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High 6 [121]
7T Steve Bartkowski 12/14/1980 – 10/18/1981 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium 5 [125]
Steve Young 11/20/1994 – 9/17/1995 San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park 5 [126]
Steve Beuerlein 11/7/1999 – 1/2/2000 Carolina Panthers Ericsson Stadium 5 [127]
Tony Romo 9/15/2008 – 11/27/2008 Dallas Cowboys Texas Stadium 5 [128]
Aaron Rodgers 9/8/2011 – 11/20/2011 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field 5 [129]
Aaron Rodgers 9/14/2014 – 11/16/2014 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field 5 [129]
Andrew Luck 9/30/2018 – 11/25/2018 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium 5 [124]

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least four touchdown passes at a stadium

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 3 consecutive regular season games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Stadium Consecutive
games
Reference
1T Dan Marino 11/26/1984 – 12/17/1984 Miami Dolphins Miami Orange Bowl 3 [130]
Drew Brees 9/30/2013 – 11/10/2013 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome 3 [131]
Drew Brees 11/4/2018 – 11/22/2018 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome 3 [131]

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least five touchdown passes at a stadium

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 2 consecutive regular season games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Stadium Consecutive
games
Reference
1T Dan Marino 9/21/1986 – 11/27/1988 Miami Dolphins The Meadowlands 2 [132]
Ben Roethlisberger 10/26/2014 – 11/2/2014 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field 2 [133]
Russell Wilson 9/20/2020 – 9/27/2020 Settle Seahawks CenturyLink Field 2 [134]

All-time consecutive regular season games with at least six touchdown passes at a stadium

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 2 consecutive regular season games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Stadium Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Ben Roethlisberger 10/26/2014 – 11/2/2014 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field 2 [135]

Post season

Overall playoff games

All-time consecutive playoff games with at least one touchdown pass

Brett Favre holds the record for consecutive playoff games with at least one touchdown pass.

Brett Favre's streak of 20 consecutive games with at least one touchdown pass in the post-season is the longest of all-time.[136] Dan Marino held the previous record of 13 which was surpassed by Favre in 2004.[4]

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 10 consecutive post season games.[137]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Brett Favre 12/31/1995 – 1/24/2010 Green Bay Packers/Minnesota Vikings 20 [25][137]
2T Tom Brady 2/3/2002 – 1/22/2012 New England Patriots 18 [137]
Drew Brees 1/8/2005 – 1/17/2021 San Diego Chargers/New Orleans Saints 18 [137]
4 Aaron Rodgers 2/6/2011 – 1/24/2021 Green Bay Packers 16 [137]
5 Tom Brady 1/19/2014 – 1/20/2019 New England Patriots 14 [137]
6T Dan Marino 12/31/1983 – 12/30/1995 Miami Dolphins 13 [4][137]
Peyton Manning 1/21/2007 – 1/11/2015 Indianapolis Colts/Denver Broncos 13 [137]
Russell Wilson 1/19/2014 – present Seattle Seahawks 13 [137]
9 Kurt Warner 1/16/2000 – 1/10/2010 St. Louis Rams/Arizona Cardinals 12 [137]
10T Ken Stabler 12/30/1973 – 1/1/1978 Oakland Raiders 10 [137]
Joe Montana 1/1/1989 – 1/16/1994 San Francisco 49ers/Kansas City Chiefs 10 [137]
Matt Hasselbeck 1/8/2005 – 1/16/2011 Seattle Seahawks 10 [137]
Joe Flacco 1/9/2011 – present Baltimore Ravens 10 [137]

All-time consecutive playoff games with at least two touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 5 consecutive post season games.[138]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Aaron Rodgers 1/10/2016 – 1/24/2021 Green Bay Packers 9 [138][139]
2 Joe Flacco 1/15/2012 – present Baltimore Ravens 8 [138][139]
3T Terry Bradshaw 12/30/1978 – 1/9/1983 Pittsburgh Steelers 7 [138]
Joe Montana 1/1/1989 – 1/12/1991 San Francisco 49ers 7 [138]
Drew Brees 1/21/2007 – 1/14/2012 New Orleans Saints 7 [138]
6 Tom Brady 1/14/2017 – 2/4/2018 New England Patriots 6 [138]
7T Bernie Kosar 1/11/1987 – 1/14/1990 Cleveland Browns 5 [138]
Troy Aikman 1/10/1993 – 1/23/1994 Dallas Cowboys 5 [138]
Kurt Warner 1/3/2009 – 1/10/2010 Arizona Cardinals 5 [138]
Matt Ryan 1/13/2013 – 2/5/2017 Atlanta Falcons 5 [138]
Tom Brady 1/9/2021 – 1/16/2022 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5 [138]

All-time consecutive playoff games with at least three touchdown passes

Matt Ryan holds the record for consecutive playoff games with at least three touchdown passes.

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 3 consecutive post season games.[140]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Matt Ryan 1/13/2013 – 1/22/2017 Atlanta Falcons 4 [140]
2T Bernie Kosar 1/9/1988 – 1/6/1990 Cleveland Browns 3 [140]
Kurt Warner 1/18/2009 – 1/10/2010 Arizona Cardinals 3 [140]
Aaron Rodgers 1/10/2010 – 1/15/2011 Green Bay Packers 3 [140]
Joe Flacco 1/12/2013 – 2/3/2013 Baltimore Ravens 3 [140]
Tom Brady 1/10/2015 – 2/1/2015 New England Patriots 3 [140]
Patrick Mahomes 1/20/2019 – 1/19/2020 Kansas City Chiefs 3 [140]

All-time consecutive playoff games with at least four touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 2 consecutive post season games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Ben Roethlisberger 1/14/2018 – 1/10/2021 Pittsburgh Steelers 2 [141]

Home playoff games

All-time consecutive home playoff games with at least one touchdown pass

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 10 consecutive post season games.[142]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Peyton Manning 1/4/2004 – 1/11/2015 Indianapolis Colts/Denver Broncos 13 [142]
2T John Elway 12/30/1984 – 1/17/1999 Denver Broncos 11 [142]
Brett Favre 12/31/1995 – 1/17/2010 Green Bay Packers/Minnesota Vikings 11 [142]
4T Dan Marino 12/31/1983 – 1/2/1999 Miami Dolphins 10 [142]
Tom Brady 1/10/2004 – 1/14/2012 New England Patriots 10 [142]

All-time consecutive home playoff games with at least two touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 5 consecutive post season games.[143]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1T Tom Brady 1/7/2006 – 1/14/2012 New England Patriots 7 [143]
Tom Brady 1/10/2015 – 1/21/2018 New England Patriots 7 [143]
3 Drew Brees 1/16/2010 – 1/20/2019 New Orleans Saints 6 [143]
4T Terry Bradshaw 12/30/1978 – 1/9/1983 Pittsburgh Steelers 5 [143]
Aaron Rodgers 1/11/2015 – 1/24/2021 Green Bay Packers 5 [143]

All-time consecutive home playoff games with at least three touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 3 consecutive post season games.[144]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Matt Ryan 1/13/2013 – present Atlanta Falcons 4 [144]
2T Drew Brees 1/16/2010 – 1/7/2012 New Orleans Saints 3 [144]
Patrick Mahomes 1/20/2019 – 1/19/2020 Kansas City Chiefs 3 [144]

All-time consecutive home playoff games with at least four touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 2 consecutive post season games.[145]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1T Daryle Lamonica 12/22/1968 – 12/21/1969 Oakland Raiders 2 [145]
Peyton Manning 1/4/2004 – 1/9/2005 Indianapolis Colts 2 [145]
Kurt Warner 1/18/2009 – 1/10/2010 Arizona Cardinals 2 [145]
Ben Roethlisberger 1/14/2018 – present Pittsburgh Steelers 2 [141]

All-time consecutive home playoff games with at least five touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 2 consecutive post season games.[146]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Daryle Lamonica 12/22/1968 – 12/21/1969 Oakland Raiders 2 [146]

Road playoff games

All-time consecutive road playoff games with at least one touchdown pass

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 10 consecutive post season games.[147]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Tom Brady 1/23/2005 – 1/24/2021 New England Patriots/Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10 [148]

All-time consecutive road playoff games with at least two touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 5 consecutive post season games.[149]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1T Joe Flacco 1/22/2012 – present Baltimore Ravens 5 [149]
Aaron Rodgers 1/10/2016 – present Green Bay Packers 5 [149]

All-time consecutive road playoff games with at least three touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 3 consecutive post season games.[150]

Rank Quarterback Period Team Consecutive
games
Reference
1 Aaron Rodgers 1/10/2010 – 1/15/2011 Green Bay Packers 3 [150]

Combined regular season/post season

All-time consecutive combined uninterrupted games with at least one touchdown pass

Philip Rivers is one of six players to have thrown 1+ touchdown passes in at least 30 consecutive games including playoffs in NFL history.

Drew Brees holds the record for consecutive uninterrupted games with a touchdown pass including playoffs with 49; the previous record of 39 was held by Brett Favre.[151]

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 30 consecutive combined regular plus playoff games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Regular season Post season Combined Reference
1 Drew Brees 1/16/2010 – 11/25/2012 New Orleans Saints 43 6 49 [10]
2 Peyton Manning 9/9/2012 – 11/30/2014 Denver Broncos 44 4 48 [14]
3 Drew Brees 12/9/2012 – 9/20/2015 New Orleans Saints 38 2 40 [10]
4 Brett Favre 10/20/2002 – 11/29/2004 Green Bay Packers 36 3 39 [151][24]
5 Tom Brady 1/10/2010 – 1/14/2012 New England Patriots 32 3 35 [12]
6 Matt Ryan 12/20/2015 – 11/26/17 Atlanta Falcons 30 3 33 [30]
7 Philip Rivers 12/9/2012 – 10/23/2014 San Diego Chargers 28 2 30 [32]

All-time consecutive combined uninterrupted games with at least two touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 13 consecutive combined regular plus playoff games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Regular season Post season Combined Reference
1 Tom Brady 11/7/2010 – 10/2/2011 New England Patriots 13 1 14 [12]
2T Peyton Manning 9/9/2004 – 12/12/2004 Indianapolis Colts 13 0 13 [14]
Aaron Rodgers 9/8/2011 – 12/11/2011 Green Bay Packers 13 0 13 [63]
Philip Rivers 12/31/2017 – 12/2/2018 Los Angeles Chargers 13 0 13 [32]

All-time consecutive combined uninterrupted games with at least three touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 8 consecutive combined regular plus playoff games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Regular season Post season Combined Reference
1 Tom Brady 9/9/2007 – 11/18/2007 New England Patriots 10 0 10 [12]
2T Peyton Manning 10/10/2004 – 12/5/2004 Indianapolis Colts 8 0 8 [14]
Andrew Luck 9/30/2018 – 11/25/2018 Indianapolis Colts 8 0 8 [26]

All-time consecutive combined uninterrupted games with at least four touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 4 consecutive combined regular plus playoff games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Regular season Post season Combined Reference
1 Peyton Manning 10/31/2004 – 11/25/2004 Indianapolis Colts 5 0 5 [14]
2 Dan Marino 11/26/1984 – 12/17/1984 Miami Dolphins 4 0 4 [28]

All-time consecutive combined uninterrupted games with at least five touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 2 consecutive combined regular plus playoff games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Regular season Post season Combined Reference
1T Daunte Culpepper 10/10/2004 – 10/17/2004 Minnesota Vikings 2 0 2 [38]
Tom Brady 10/14/2007 – 10/21/2007 New England Patriots 2 0 2 [12]
Ben Roethlisberger 10/26/2014 – 11/2/2014 Pittsburgh Steelers 2 0 2 [29]
Russell Wilson 9/20/2020 – 9/27/2020 Seattle Seahawks 2 0 2 [70]

All-time consecutive combined uninterrupted games with at least six touchdown passes

Bold denotes an active streak; minimum 2 consecutive combined regular plus playoff games.

Rank Quarterback Period Team Regular season Post season Combined Reference
1 Ben Roethlisberger 10/26/2014 – 11/2/2014 Pittsburgh Steelers 2 0 2 [29]

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  119. ^ 2+ TD MetLife Stadium
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  125. ^ 3+ TD Atlanta Fulton
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  127. ^ 3+ TD Bank of America
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  131. ^ a b 4+ TD Superdome
  132. ^ 5+ TD Meadowlands
  133. ^ 5+ TD Heinz Field
  134. ^ 6+ TD Heinz Field
  135. ^ "Brett Favre Career Passing Touchdown Log". Pro Football Reference. Retrieved 2011-11-27.
  136. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n 1+TD pass 10 post
  137. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l 2+TD pass 5 post
  138. ^ a b Aaron Rodgers ties NFL record for most consecutive playoff games with multiple passing touchdowns
  139. ^ a b c d e f g h 3+TD pass 3 post
  140. ^ a b Ben Roethlisberger Career Playoffs Log
  141. ^ a b c d e f 1+TD pass 10 post home
  142. ^ a b c d e f 2+TD pass 5 post home
  143. ^ a b c d 3+TD pass 3 post home
  144. ^ a b c d 4+TD pass 2 post home
  145. ^ a b 5+TD pass 2 post home
  146. ^ 1+TD pass 8 post road
  147. ^ Tom Brady Career Playoffs Game Log
  148. ^ a b c 2+TD pass 5 post road
  149. ^ a b 3+TD pass 3 post road
  150. ^ a b QB Index
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List of most consecutive games with touchdown passes in the National Football League
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