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Green Bay Packers records

This article details statistics relating to the Green Bay Packers American football team.

Contents

  • Green Bay Packers records 1
    • Passing 1.1
    • Rushing 1.2
    • Receiving 1.3
    • Defense 1.4
    • Punting 1.5
    • Kicking 1.6
  • Season-by-season win and loss records 2
  • Career leaders 3
    • Passing leaders 3.1
    • Rushing leaders 3.2
    • Receiving leaders 3.3
  • Footnotes 4
  • References 5

Green Bay Packers records

Passing

  • Attempted, career: 8,754 - Brett Favre (1992–07)
  • Attempted, season: 613 - Brett Favre (2006)
  • Attempted, game: 61 - Brett Favre (1996)
  • Completed, career: 5,377 - Brett Favre (1992–07)
  • Completed, season: 372 - Brett Favre (2005)
  • Yards, career: 61,655 - Brett Favre (1992–07)
  • Yards, season: 4,643 - Aaron Rodgers (2011)
  • Yards, game: 480 - Matt Flynn (2011) Aaron Rodgers (2013)
  • Touchdowns, career: 442 - Brett Favre (1992–07)
  • Touchdowns, season: 45 - Aaron Rodgers (2011)
  • Touchdowns, game: 6 - Matt Flynn (2011), Aaron Rodgers (2012), (2014)
  • Straight Completions, game: 20 - Brett Favre (2007)
  • Single Season QB Rating, Season: 122.5 - Aaron Rodgers (2011)

Rushing

  • Attempted, career: 1,811 - Jim Taylor (1958-66)
  • Attempted, season: 355 - Ahman Green (2003)
  • Attempted, game: 39 - Terdell Middleton (1978)
  • Yards, career: 8,208 - Ahman Green (2000-06,2009)
  • Yards, season: 1,883 - Ahman Green (2003)
  • Yards, game: 218 - Ahman Green (2003)
  • Touchdowns, career: 81 - Jim Taylor (1958-66)
  • Touchdowns, season: 19 - Jim Taylor (1962)
  • Touchdowns, game: 4 - Jim Taylor (1961), (1962), (1962), Terdell Middleton (1978), Dorsey Levens (2000)

Receiving

  • Receptions, career: 729 - Donald Driver (1999–2013)
  • Receptions, season: 112 - Sterling Sharpe (1993)
  • Receptions, game: 14 - Don Hutson (1942)
  • Yards, career: 10,137 - Donald Driver (1999–2012)
  • Yards, season: 1,497 - Robert Brooks (1995)
  • Yards, game: 257 - Billy Howton (1956)
  • Touchdowns, career: 99 - Don Hutson (1935-45)
  • Touchdowns, season: 18 - Sterling Sharpe (1994)
  • Touchdowns, game: 4 - Don Hutson (1945), Sterling Sharpe (1993), (1994)
  • 1000 Yard Seasons, career: 7 - Donald Driver (2002), (2004-09)

Defense

Punting

Kicking

  • Attempts, career: 277 - Ryan Longwell (1997-05)
  • Attempts, season: 48 - Chester Marcol (1972)
  • Attempts, game: 6 - Paul Hornung (1960), Chester Marcol (1972), (1972), (1972), (1974), (1974)
  • Field goals, career: 226 - Ryan Longwell (1997-05)
  • Field goals, season: 33 - Chester Marcol (1972), Ryan Longwell (2000)
  • Field goals, game: 5 - Chris Jacke (1990), (1996), Ryan Longwell (2000)
  • Highest percentage, career (50 attempts): 81.59 (226/277) - Ryan Longwell (1997-05)
  • Highest percentage, season (1 att./gm.): 91.67 (22/24) - Jan Stenerud (1981)
  • Consecutive field goals: 21 - Mason Crosby (2011) (11/06/2011)
  • Longest field goal: 58 - Mason Crosby (2011)(10/23/2011)

Season-by-season win and loss records

While the team was founded in 1919, they did not compete in the National Football League until 1921, when the league was at the time known as the American Professional Football Association.

Throughout their history, the Packers have won 13 NFL Championships (including four Super Bowls), more than any other team; in addition, they are the only team to win three consecutive league championships, having accomplished that feat twice (1929-31 and 1965-67).

The Packers have also won three NFC title games, along with two NFL titles before the AFL and NFL consolidated. This amounts to fifteen title game victories in the Packer trophy case and eighteen titles overall.

Career leaders

Passing leaders

This list is accurate through the 2012 season.
Top 10 career
Name Yards Start End
Brett Favre 61,655 1992 2007
Aaron Rodgers 25,352 2005 present
Bart Starr 24,718 1956 1971
Lynn Dickey 21,369 1976 1985
Tobin Rote 11,535 1950 1996
Don Majkowski 10,870 1987 1991
Randy Wright 7,106 1984 1988
Arnie Herber 6,749 1930 1940
David Whitehurst 6,205 1977 1983
Cecil Isbell 5,945 1938 1942

Rushing leaders

Top 10 career
Name Yards Start End
Ahman Green 8,322 2000 2006 (2009)
Jim Taylor 8,207 1958 1966
John Brockington 5,024 1971 1977
Tony Canadeo 4,197 1941 1952
Ryan Grant 4,143 2007 2012
Dorsey Levens 3,937 1994 2001
Clarke Hinkle 3,860 1932 1941
Gerry Ellis 3,826 1980 1986
Paul Hornung 3,711 1957 1966
Edgar Bennett 3,353 1992 1996

Receiving leaders

Top 10 career
Name Yards Start End
Donald Driver 10,137 1999 2012
James Lofton 9,656 1978 1986
Sterling Sharpe 8,134 1988 1994
Don Hutson 7,991 1935 1945
Boyd Dowler 6,918 1959 1969
Antonio Freeman 6,651 1995 2001 (2003)
Greg Jennings 6,537 2006 2012
Max McGee 6,346 1954 1967
Billy Howton 5,581 1952 1958
Carroll Dale 5,422 1965 1972
Robert Brooks 4,225 1992 1998

Footnotes

  • a Sacks were not recorded as an official statistic until 1982.[1]

References

General
  • "Green Bay Packers - History - Record Book". Green Bay Packers. Archived from the original on May 11, 2008. Retrieved June 20, 2008. 
Specific
  1. ^ "NFL Records - NFL.com". National Football League. Retrieved June 20, 2008. 
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