Individual career postseason records

Individual career postseason records – Names and Numbers

Games, player

27 D.D. Lewis, Dallas

26 Larry Cole, Dallas

25 Charlie Waters, Dallas

Games, head coach

36 Tom Landry, Dallas

Don Shula, Baltimore-Miami

24 Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh

22 Bud Grant, Minnesota

Games won, head coach

20 Tom Landry, Dallas

19 Don Shula, Baltimore-Miami

16 Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh

Joe Gibbs, Washington

Games lost, head coach

17 Don Shula, Baltimore-Miami

16 Tom Landry, Dallas

12 Bud Grant, Minnesota

Points

143 Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh-Philadelphia-

San Francisco-Minnesota

126 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo

Emmitt Smith, Dallas

115 George Blanda, Chicago-Houston-

Oakland

Consecutive games scoring

19 George Blanda, Chicago-Houston-

Oakland

16 Norm Johnson, Seattle-Atlanta-

Pittsburgh

15 Roy Gerela, Houston-Pittsburgh

Touchdowns

21 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo

Emmitt Smith, Dallas

19 Jerry Rice, San Francisco

17 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh

Consecutive games scoring a touchdown

9 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo

8 John Stallworth, Pittsburgh

Emmitt Smith, Dallas

7 John Riggins, Washington

Marcus Allen, L.A. Raiders

Terrell Davis, Denver

Rushing attempts

400 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh

349 Emmitt Smith, Dallas

339 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo

Rushing yards

1,586 Emmitt Smith, Dallas

1,556 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh

1,442 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo

100-yard rushing games

7 Emmitt Smith, Dallas

Terrell Davis, Denver

6 John Riggins, Washington

Thurman Thomas, Buffalo

5 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh

Marcus Allen, L.A. Raiders-Kansas City

Consecutive 100-yard rushing games

7 Terrell Davis, Denver

6 John Riggins, Washington

4 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo

Longest run from scrimmage

90 Fred Taylor, Jacksonville

80 Roger Craig, San Francisco

78 Curtis Martin, New England

Yards per carry (minimum 100 attempts)

5.59 Terrell Davis, Denver

5.04 Marcus Allen, L.A. Raiders-Kansas City

4.89 Eric Dickerson, L.A. Rams-Indianapolis

Rushing touchdowns

19 Emmitt Smith, Dallas

16 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh

Thurman Thomas, Buffalo

12 John Riggins, Washington

Terrell Davis, Denver

Consecutive games with a rushing touchdown

8 Emmitt Smith, Dallas

Thurman Thomas, Buffalo

7 John Riggins, Washington

Terrell Davis, Denver

5 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh (twice)

Curtis Martin, New England-N.Y. Jets

Passer rating (minimum 160 attempts)

104.8 Bart Starr, Green Bay

96.0 Kurt Warner, St. Louis

95.6 Joe Montana, San Francisco-Kansas City

Pass attempts

734 Joe Montana, San Francisco-Kansas City

687 Dan Marino, Miami

651 John Elway, Denver

Completions

460 Joe Montana, San Francisco-Kansas City

385 Dan Marino, Miami

355 John Elway, Denver

Completion percentage

(minimum 150 attempts)

66.3 Ken Anderson, Cincinnati

64.3 Warren Moon, Houston-Minnesota

63.8 Troy Aikman, Dallas

Passing yards

5,772 Joe Montana, San Francisco-Kansas City

4,964 John Elway, Denver

4,510 Dan Marino, Miami

300-yard passing games

6 Joe Montana, San Francisco-Kansas City

5 Dan Fouts, San Diego

4 Warren Moon, Houston-Minnesota

Troy Aikman, Dallas

Dan Marino, Miami

John Elway, Denver

Consecutive 300-yard passing games

4 Dan Fouts, San Diego

3 Jim Kelly, Buffalo

Warren Moon, Houston

2 Daryle Lamonica, Oakland

Ken Anderson, Cincinnati

Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh

Joe Montana, San Francisco

Dan Marino, Miami

Troy Aikman, Dallas

Steve Young, San Francisco

Kurt Warner, St. Louis

Longest pass completion

96 Trent Dilfer, Baltimore

94 Troy Aikman, Dallas

93 Daryle Lamonica, Buffalo

Yards per pass (minimum 150 attempts)

8.87 Kurt Warner, St. Louis

8.45 Joe Theismann, Washington

8.43 Jim Plunkett, Oakland-L.A. Raiders

Passing touchdowns

45 Joe Montana, San Francisco-Kansas City

32 Dan Marino, Miami

30 Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh

Consecutive games with a touchdown

13 Dan Marino, Miami

10 Ken Stabler, Oakland

Joe Montana, San Francisco-Kansas City

10 Brett Favre, Green Bay

9 John Elway, Denver

Receptions

124 Jerry Rice, San Francisco

87 Michael Irvin, Dallas

85 Andre Reed, Buffalo

Consecutive games with a reception

23 Jerry Rice, San Francisco

22 Drew Pearson, Dallas

18 Paul Warfield, Cleveland-Miami

Cliff Branch, Oakland-L.A. Raiders

Thurman Thomas, Buffalo

Receiving yards

1,811 Jerry Rice, San Francisco

1,315 Michael Irvin, Dallas

1,289 Cliff Branch, Oakland-L.A. Raiders

100-yard receiving games

7 Jerry Rice, San Francisco

6 Michael Irvin, Dallas

5 John Stallworth, Pittsburgh

Andre Reed, Buffalo

Consecutive 100-yard receiving games

3 Tom Fears, L.A. Rams

Jerry Rice, San Francisco

Randy Moss, Minnesota

2 By many players

Longest reception

96 Shannon Sharpe, Baltimore

94 Alvin Harper, Dallas

93 Elbert Dubenion, Buffalo

Yards per reception (minimum 20 receptions)

27.3 Alvin Harper, Dallas

23.7 Willie Gault, Chicago-L.A. Raiders

22.8 Harold Jackson, L.A. Rams-New

England-Minnesota-Seattle

Touchdown receptions

19 Jerry Rice, San Francisco

12 John Stallworth, Pittsburgh

10 Fred Biletnikoff, Oakland

Consecutive games with a

touchdown reception

8 John Stallworth, Pittsburgh

5 James Lofton, Green Bay-Buffalo

Randy Moss, Minnesota

4 Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh

Harold Carmichael, Philadelphia

Fred Solomon, San Francisco

Jerry Rice, San Francisco

John Taylor, San Francisco

Interceptions

9 Charlie Waters, Dallas

Bill Simpson, L.A. Rams-Buffalo

Ronnie Lott, San Francisco-LA. Raiders

8 Lester Hayes, Oakland-LA. Raiders

7 Willie Brown, Oakland

Dennis Thurman, Dallas

Consecutive games with an interception

3 Warren Lahr, Cleveland

Ken Gorgal, Cleveland

Joe Schmidt, Detroit

Emmitt Thomas, Kansas City

Mel Renfro, Dallas

Rick Volk, Baltimore

Mike Wagner, Pittsburgh

Randy Hughes, Dallas

Vernon Perry, Houston

Lester Hayes, Oakland-L.A. Raiders

(twice)

Gerald Small, Miami

Fred Marion, New England

John Harris, Seattle-Minnesota

Felix Wright, Cleveland

Kurt Gouveia, Washington

Eric Davis, San Francisco

Deion Sanders, San Francisco-Dallas

Craig Newsome, Green Bay

Eugene Robinson, Green Bay-Atlanta

Jason Sehorn, N.Y. Giants

Longest interception return

101 George Teague, Green Bay

98 Darrol Ray, N.Y. Jets

94 LeRoy Irvin, L.A. Rams

Defensive touchdowns

3 Willie Brown, Oakland

2 Lester Hayes, Oakland-L.A. Raiders

Ronnie Lott, San Francisco-LA. Raiders

Darrell Green, Washington

Melvin Jenkins, Seattle-Detroit

George Teague, Green Bay-Dallas

Fumbles

16 Warren Moon, Houston-Minnesota

14 John Elway, Denver

13 Tony Dorsett, Dallas

Own fumbles recovered

8 Warren Moon, Houston-Minnesota

7 John Elway, Denver

6 Jim Kelly, Buffalo

Opponents’ fumbles recovered

4 Cliff Harris, Dallas

Harvey Martin, Dallas

Ted Hendricks, Baltimore-Oakland/LA.

Raiders

Alvin Walton, Washington

Monte Coleman, Washington

3 Paul Krause, Minnesota

Jack Lambert, Pittsburgh

Fred Dryer, L.A. Rams

Charlie Waters, Dallas

Jack Ham, Pittsburgh

Mike Hegman, Dallas

Tom Jackson, Denver

Rich Milot, Washington

Mike Singletary, Chicago

Darryl Grant, Washington

Wes Hopkins, Philadelphia

Wilber Marshall, Chicago-Washington

Tyrone Braxton, Denver-Miami

Neil Smith, Kansas City-Denver

Dave Thomas, Dallas-Jacksonville

Tony Brackens, Jacksonville

Phil Hansen, Buffalo

Carnell Lake, Pittsburgh-Jacksonville

2 By many players

Points after touchdown (PATs)

53 Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh-Philadelphia-San

Francisco-Minnesota

49 George Blanda, Chicago-Houston-Oakland

42 Mike Cofer, San Francisco

PATs, no misses

53 Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh-Philadelphia-San

Francisco-Minnesota

49 George Blanda, Chicago-Houston-Oakland

41 Rafael Septien, L.A. Rams-Dallas

Field goals attempted

39 George Blanda, Chicago-Houston-Oakland

37 Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh-Philadelphia-San

Francisco-Minnesota

31 Mark Moseley, Washington-Cleveland

Field goals

30 Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh-Philadelphia-San

Francisco-Minnesota

22 George Blanda, Chicago-Houston-Oakland

21 Matt Bahr, Pittsburgh-Cleveland-N.Y.

Giants-New England

Consecutive field goals

16 Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh-Philadelphia

15 Rafael Septien, Dallas

14 Mike Hollis, Jacksonvill

Consecutive games with a field goal

13 Toni Fritsch, Dallas-Houston

9 Kevin Butler, Chicago

8 Scott Norwood, Buffalo

Mark Moseley, Washington-Cleveland

Rich Karlis, Denver-Minnesota

Steve Christie, Buffalo

Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh-Philadelphia

Morton Anderson, New Orleans-Atlanta

Longest field goal

58 Pete Stoyanovich, Miami

54 Eddie Murray, Detroit

Steve Christie, Buffalo

John Carney, San Diego

53 Al Del Greco, Houston

Field-goal percentage (minimum 10 attempts)

90.9 Chuck Nelson, L.A. Rams-Minnesota

88.9 Mike Hollis, Jacksonville

88.0 Steve Christie, Buffalo

Punts

111 Ray Guy, Oakland-LA. Raiders

84 Danny White, Dallas

75 Craig Hentrich, Green Bay-Tennessee

Longest punt

76 Ed Danowski, N.Y. Giants

Mike Horan, Denver

72 Charlie Conerly, N.Y. Giants

Yale Lary, Detroit

71 Ray Guy, Oakland

Yards per punt (minimum 25 punts)

44.5 Rich Camarillo, New England

44.4 Lee Johnson, Cleveland-Cincinnati

44.3 Jeff Feagles, Philadelphia-Seattle

Punt returns

34 Dave Meggett, N.Y. Giants-New England-

N.Y. Jets

25 Theo Bell, Pittsburgh-Tampa Bay

22 Brian Mitchell, Washington-Philadelphia

Punt return average

15.3 Robert Brooks, Green Bay

15.2 Anthony Carter, Minnesota-Detroit

14.3 Antonio Freeman, Green Bay

Punt returns for touchdowns

1 Hugh Gallarneau, Chicago

Bosh Pritchard, Philadelphia

Charley Trippi, Chicago Cardinals

Verda Smith, L.A. Rams

George Byrd, Buffalo

Golden Richards, Dallas

Wes Chandler, San Diego

Shaun Gayle, Chicago

Anthony Carter, Minnesota

Darrell Green, Washgton

Antonio Freeman, Green Bay

Desmond Howard, Green Bay

Longest punt return

84 Anthony Carter, Minnesota

81 Hugh Gallarneau, Chicago

79 Bosh Pritchard, Philadelphia

Kickoff returns

31 Kevin Williams, Dallas-Buffalo

29 Fulton Walker, Miami-LA. Raiders

25 David Meggett, N.Y. Giants-New England-N.Y.

Jets

Eric Metcalf, Cleveland-Atlanta-Arizona

Kickoff return average

34.3 Tim Dwight, Atlanta

30.1 Carl Garrett, Oakland

30.0 Reggie Barlow, Jacksonville

Kickoff returns for touchdowns

1 Vic Washington, San Francisco

Nat Moore, Miami

Marshall Johnson, Baltimore

Fulton Walker, Miami

Stanford Jennings, Cincinnati

Eric Metcalf, Cleveland

Andre Coleman, San Diego

Desmond Howard, Green Bay

Chuck Levy, San Francisco

Tim Dwight, Atlanta

Kevin Dyson, Tennessee

Charlie Rogers, Seattle

Brian Mitchell, Washington

Tony Home, St. Louis

Derrick Mason, Tennessee

Ron Dixon, N.Y. Giants

Jermaine Lewis, Baltimore

Longest kickoff return

100 Brian Mitchell, Washington

99 Desmond Howard, Green Bay

98 Fulton Walker, Miami

Andre Coleman, San Diego

Sacks, career

14.5 Bruce Smith, Buffalo

12 Reggie White, Philadelphia-Green Bay

11 Charles Haley, San Francisco-Dallas

Sacks, game

3.5 Richard Milot, Washington

Richard Dent, Chicago

3 Richard Dent, Chicago

Garin Veris, New England

Gary Jeter, L.A. Rams

Carl Hairston, Cleveland

Charles Mann, Washington

Kevin Greene, L.A. Rams

Greg Townsend, L.A. Raiders

Wilber Marshall, Washington

Fred Stokes, Washington

Pierce Holt, San Francisco

Tony Casillas, Dallas

Gerald Williams, Pittsburgh

Chad Brown, Pittsburgh

Reggie White, Green Bay

Warren Sapp, Tampa Bay

Trace Armstrong, Miami

Michael McCrary, Baltimore

2.5 Lyle Alzado, L.A. Raiders

Jacob Green, Seattle

Larry Roberts, San Francisco

Leslie O’Neal, San Diego

Bruce Smith, Buffalo

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