5 Quarterbacks With Most Touchdown Passes In NFL History

November 26, 2020 By khansa

5 Quarterbacks With Most Touchdown Passes In NFL History

The NFL has seen plenty of quarterbacks who have changed the game, which is why they are regarded as the most important players on the football field. This position requires a tactical mind, a steady hand, and an excellent vision.

There are many good quarterbacks today, but the ability to produce a game-changing touchdown pass is what separates the good from the great. Touchdown passes are also among the most sought-after betting offers, so if you want to know how to bet on them, check out this guide.  

So dive with us into NFL history to witness greatness and check out the 5 quarterbacks with the most touchdown passes in NFL.

5. Dan Marino – 420

Dan Marino spent 17 seasons with Miami Dolphins, and at the time of his retirement, he held more than 40 NFL single-season and career passing records. This nine-time Pro Bowl selectee was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2005 in his first year of eligibility. With 420 touchdown passes, he is considered to be among the 10 greatest quarterbacks in NFL history. He currently works as a Special advisor to Miami Dolphins.

4. Brett Favre – 508

Brett Favre put in depth several NFL franchises as a quarterback, having played for Atlanta Falcons in 1991, Green Bay Packers from 1992 to 2007, New York Jets in 2008, and Minnesota Vikings from 2009 to 2010. At the time of his retirement, he was the NFL’s all-time leader in passing yards, passing touchdowns, and quarterback wins. A decade later, he still holds many NFL records. With Green Bay Packers, he won one Super Bowl and accomplished most of his 508 touchdown passes. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016.

3. Peyton Manning – 539

Peyton Manning played in NFL for 18 seasons and is widely regarded as one of the best quarterbacks of all time. He started his career with Indianapolis Colts, after which he moved to Denver Broncos for his last few seasons. He holds the record for most AP MVP awards at 5, Pro Bowl appearances at 14, single-season passing touchdowns at 55, and many more. He is a two-time Super Bowl champion and has made 539 touchdown passes in his career. Manning remains the only starting quarterback to have multiple appearances and win the Super Bowl with more than one franchise.

Manning was also regarded as one of the most handsome QBs in the league during his time when he played. To find out who took his place now, check out this list of 10 most handsome quarterbacks in the NFL.

2. Tom Brady – 564

Tom Brady is a name that needs no introduction, even if you are not watching the NFL. The 43-year-old quarterback gained worldwide fame with New England Patriots, winning six Super Bowls, four Super Bowl MVP, three NFL MVP, and many more. He holds the record for most Super Bowl wins and is the oldest quarterback to win one. He is also tied with Wes Welker for the longest touchdown pass at 99 yards. Brady currently plays for Tampa Bay Buccaneers and is the second-all time in career touchdown passes with 564 to his name. A couple of days ago, Brady passed Jerry Rice for the most PPR points in fantasy football.

1. Drew Brees – 565

Drew Brees started his career with San Diego Chargers, before moving to New Orleans Saints in 2006. Since joining the Saints, Brees broke and set numerous NFL records, including career touchdown passes, career pass completions, career pass attempts, career completion percentage, and career passing yards. Brees won one Super Bowl, and at the age of 41, he is still regarded as one of the best passers and quarterbacks in the NFL. He currently holds the record for most touchdown passes at 565, but this number can still go up.

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