Player Season Finder Query Results

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Query Results Table
Games Passing
Rk Player Year Age Draft Tm Lg G GS Cmp Att Cmp% Yds TD Int Pick6 TD% Int% Rate Sk Yds Y/A AY/A ANY/A Y/G W L T 4QC GWD
1Peyton Manning2013371-1DENNFL161645065968.295477551028.31.52115.1181208.319.308.87342.3133022
2Tom Brady2007306-199NWENFL161639857868.8648065088.71.38117.2211288.319.428.88300.4160044
3Peyton Manning2004281-1INDNFL161633649767.61455749109.92.01121.1131019.1710.249.78284.8124024
4Dan Marino*1984231-27MIANFL161636256464.185084481718.53.01108.9131209.019.368.94317.8142023
5Drew Brees2011322-32NORNFL161646865771.2354764614172.13110.6241588.338.788.23342.3133034
6Aaron Rodgers2011281-24GNBNFL151534350268.33464345691.20122.5362199.2510.509.39309.5141001
7Dan Marino*1986251-27MIANFL161637862360.674746442317.13.6992.5171197.627.376.99296.688012
8Drew Brees2012332-32NORNFL161642267062.995177431936.42.8496.3261907.737.737.17323.679012
9Matthew Stafford2011231-1DETNFL161642166363.505038411636.22.4197.2362577.607.756.98314.9106034
10Kurt Warner*199928STLNFL161632549965.13435341138.22.61109.2292018.729.198.31272.11330
11Tom Brady2011346-199NWENFL161640161165.635235391216.41.96105.6321738.578.968.25327.2133012
12Drew Brees2013342-32NORNFL161644665068.6251623912161.85104.7372447.948.317.51322.6115022
13Daunte Culpepper2004271-11MINNFL161637954869.16471739117.12.01110.9462388.619.138.02294.888013
14Aaron Rodgers2012291-24GNBNFL161637155267.2142953987.11.45108.0512937.788.547.33268.4115023
15Brett Favre*1995262-33GNBNFL161635957062.98441338136.72.2899.5332177.748.057.25275.8115001
16Peyton Manning2012361-1DENNFL161640058368.614659371126.31.89105.8211377.998.417.89291.2133033
17Steve Beuerlein1999344-110CARNFL161634357160.074436361536.32.6394.6502807.777.856.76277.388011
18Tony Romo200727DALNFL161633552064.424211361926.93.6597.4241768.107.847.17263.2133022
19Kurt Warner*200130STLNFL161637554668.684830362216.64.03101.4382338.858.357.41301.9142012
20Steve Young*1998371-1SFONFL151532251762.284170361272.32101.1482348.078.417.28278.0114023
Rk Player Year Age Draft Tm Lg G GS Cmp Att Cmp% Yds TD Int Pick6 TD% Int% Rate Sk Yds Y/A AY/A ANY/A Y/G W L T 4QC GWD
21Tom Brady2012356-199NWENFL161640163762.9548273485.31.2698.7271827.588.087.48301.7124012
22Drew Brees2008292-32NORNFL161641363565.045069341725.42.6896.213927.987.857.55316.888022
23Drew Brees2009302-32NORNFL151536351470.62438834116.62.14109.6201358.548.908.31292.5132024
24Philip Rivers2008271-4SDGNFL161631247865.274009341117.12.30105.5251518.398.778.04250.688034
25Drew Brees2010312-32NORNFL161644865868.0946203322453.3490.9251857.026.526.01288.8115045
26Andy Dalton2013262-35CINNFL161636358661.954293332025.63.4188.8291827.336.926.29268.3115003
27Brett Favre*2009402-33MINNFL161636353168.36420233716.21.32107.2342477.918.567.61262.6124022
28Dan Fouts*1981303-64SDGNFL161636060959.114802331715.42.7990.6191347.897.717.27300.1106033
29Peyton Manning2009331-1INDNFL161639357168.83450033165.82.8099.910747.887.787.51281.3142077
30Peyton Manning2010341-1INDNFL161645067966.274700331744.92.5091.916916.926.776.48293.8106002
31Peyton Manning2000241-1INDNFL161635757162.524413331515.82.6394.7201317.737.707.22275.8106023
32Warren Moon*199539MINNFL161637760662.214228331415.42.3191.5382776.987.036.18264.388003
33Warren Moon*199034HOUNFL151536258461.994689331325.72.2396.8362528.038.167.28312.687011
34Vinny Testaverde1996331-1BALNFL161632554959.2041773319363.4688.7342707.617.256.37261.1412023
35Lynn Dickey1983343-56GNBNFL161628948459.714458322946.65.9987.3403079.217.846.65278.688034
36Scott Mitchell1995274-93DETNFL161634658359.354338321225.52.0692.3311457.447.616.99271.1106012
37Philip Rivers2013321-4SDGNFL161637854469.494478321125.92.02105.5301508.238.507.79279.997044
38Matt Ryan2012271-3ATLNFL161642261568.624719321415.22.2899.1282107.677.697.03294.9133046
39Brett Favre*1998292-33GNBNFL161634755162.984212312335.64.1787.8382237.646.896.07263.3115012
40Jeff Garcia200030SFONFL161635556163.284278311025.51.7897.6241557.637.937.34267.46100
Rk Player Year Age Draft Tm Lg G GS Cmp Att Cmp% Yds TD Int Pick6 TD% Int% Rate Sk Yds Y/A AY/A ANY/A Y/G W L T 4QC GWD
41Eli Manning2010291-1NYGNFL161633953962.894002312515.84.6485.3161177.426.496.09250.1106011
42Peyton Manning2007311-1INDNFL161633751565.444040311462.7298.0211247.847.837.29252.5133012
43Peyton Manning2006301-1INDNFL161636255764.99439731915.61.62101.014867.898.287.93274.8124033
44Tony Romo201131DALNFL161634652266.284184311025.91.92102.5362278.028.347.40261.588044
45Brett Favre*2004352-33GNBNFL161634654064.074088301715.63.1592.412937.577.266.94255.5106034
46Dan Fouts*1980293-64SDGNFL161634858959.084715302415.14.0784.7322108.017.196.48294.7115012
47Dan Marino*1994331-27MIANFL161638561562.604453301714.92.7689.2181137.246.976.60278.3106044
48Dan Marino*1985241-27MIANFL161633656759.26413730215.33.7084.1181577.306.696.21258.6124035
49Philip Rivers2010291-4SDGNFL161635754165.99471030135.52.40101.8382278.718.737.77294.497011
50Aaron Rodgers2009261-24GNBNFL161635054164.70443430715.51.29103.2503068.208.727.47277.1115022
51Brian Sipe19803113-330CLENFL161633755460.834132301425.42.5391.4232177.467.406.73258.3115034
52Kurt Warner*200837ARINFL161640159867.0645833014152.3496.9261827.667.617.00286.497011
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