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NFL Career Leaders

Name the top 5 career leaders in each statistical category
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Last updated: May 17, 2014
First submittedMay 17, 2014
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Passing Yards
Player
71,838
Brett Favre
64,964
Peyton Manning
61,361
Dan Marino
51,475
John Elway
51,081
Drew Brees
Passing Touchdowns
Player
508
Brett Favre
491
Peyton Manning
420
Dan Marino
363
Drew Brees
359
Tom Brady
Interceptions Thrown
Player
336
Brett Favre
277
George Blanda
268
John Hadl
267
Vinny Testaverde
266
Fran Tarkenton
Rushing Yards
Player
18,355
Emmitt Smith
16,726
Walter Payton
15,269
Barry Sanders
14,101
Curtis Martin
13,684
LaDainian Tomlinson
Rushing Touchdowns
Player
164
Emmitt Smith
145
LaDainian Tomlinson
123
Marcus Allen
110
Walter Payton
106
Jim Brown
Receiving Yards
Player
1,549
Jerry Rice
1,325
Tony Gonzalez
1,102
Marvin Harrison
1,101
Cris Carter
1,094
Tim Brown
Receiving Touchdowns
Player
197
Jerry Rice
156
Randy Moss
153
Terrell Owens
130
Cris Carter
128
Marvin Harrison
Sacks
Player
200
Bruce Smith
198
Reggie White
160
Kevin Greene
150.5
Chris Doleman
141.5
Michael Strahan
Interceptions
Player
81
Paul Krause
79
Emlen Tunnell
71
Rod Woodson
68
Dick Lane
65
Ken Riley
Field Goals Made
Player
565
Morten Anderson
538
Gary Anderson
495
Jason Hanson
478
John Carney
471
Matt Stover
Games Played
Player
382
Morten Anderson
353
Gary Anderson
352
Jeff Feagles
340
George Blanda
327
Jason Hanson
Coaching Wins
Coach
328
Don Shula
318
George Halas
250
Tom Landry
226
Curly Lambeau
213
Paul Brown
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level 54
Jun 9, 2015
the quiz format is too big so I cant see 3 of the categories. the receiving record for a season is waaaaaaay off.. the record is 1900+ by calvin Johnson followed by jerry rice at 1848
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level 54
Jun 9, 2015
and morten Andersen is spelled with an "e" not an "o"