Player Game Finder Query Results

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In a single game, from 1950 to 2019, in the Regular Season, requiring Passing TD >= 5 and Rushing TD >= 1, sorted by descending Passing TD

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Query Results

Query Results Table
Passing Rushing
Rk Player Pos Age Date Lg Tm Opp Result G# Week Day Cmp Att Cmp% Yds TD Int Rate Sk Yds Y/A AY/A Att Yds Y/A TD
1Mark Rypien29.0391991-11-10NFLWASATLW 56-171011Sun163151.6144260136.80014.2618.13144.001
2Drew BreesQB40.3272019-12-08NFLNORSFOL 46-481314Sun294072.5034950138.4008.7311.23111.001
3Roman Gabriel25.1291965-12-12NFLRAMCLEW 42-71313Sun153148.3932351112.010.4212.1933411.331
4Charley Johnson24.0171962-12-09NFLSTLDALW 52-201313Sun132748.153025297.511.1911.56273.501
5Mark Malone26.2901985-09-08NFLPITINDW 45-311Sun213070.0028751126.0009.5711.40400.001
6Aaron RodgersQB35.3222019-10-20NFLGNBOAKW 42-2477Sun253180.6542950158.31813.8417.06263.001
7Frank Ryan28.1531964-12-12NFLCLE@NYGW 52-201414Sat121392.3120250158.315.5423.232147.001
8Norm Van Brocklin*24.2281950-10-29NFLRAMDETW 65-2477Sun131776.4729350157.517.2423.12210.501
9Norm Van Brocklin*25.1971951-09-28NFLRAMNYYW 54-1411Fri274165.8555452128.313.5113.762-3-1.501
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