Which NFL records will never be broken?

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It’s Roger Goodell’s birthday. It’s also Paul Krause’s birthday. And Hall of Famer Paul Krause has a place in the record books that may be permanent.

Krause, now 77, has 81 career interceptions. He’s held the record for 40 years. The closest contender since then has been Hall of Famer Rod Woodson, who finished his career with 71.

The current active leader is Reggie Nelson, who is tied for 91st on the all-time list with 38.

So Krause’s record may never be broken. What other all-time NFL records may never be broken? It was a subject on Tuesday’s PFT Live. Check out our ideas in the attached video, and drop your own in the comments.

Perhaps the one record that will absolutely never be broken belongs to Jim Hardy. It’s a record that no one will likely ever tie. Either Google him, or watch the video.

156 responses to “Which NFL records will never be broken?

  1. Gostkowski’s record for consecutive extra points, because of the new rule change. I think this will be the hardest record of all time to beat.

  2. I think eventually they will all be broken simply because the league will go to 18 game seasons, and eventually after that probably a 20 game season. So just by the sheer opportunities the records will get broken.

  3. I used to think Jim Marshall’s record for consecutive games played would never be broken…until Favre did it. I doubt that one will be broken.

    Receiving TDs is another. Rice had 197. Moss is second with 156 and Owens is third with 153.

    Seeing as how the NFL now revolves around the passing game, Emmitt Smith’s 164 rushing TDs is probably out of reach. He has 164. Tomlinson had 145 followed by Marcus Allen with 123. The closest active player is AP with 106.

    Fred Dryer is the only person to have two safeties in one game. In case that’s not enough, both safeties came in the fourth quarter. I seriously doubt if we’ll ever see someone get two safeties in the same quarter again unless there’s some wink-wink going on.

  4. Favre consecutive games. What an incredible run of durability. Of course, with today’s concussion protocol rules, that streak would have been interrupted several times. I hope he doesn’t pay a price for that as he ages.

  5. Uncertain this really qualifies but Mike Vrabel retired with 3 sacks and 2 TD receptions in the Super Bowl. I kinda doubt anyone will ever match that.

  6. The Atlanta Falcon’s record of surrendering a 25 point lead in the Super Bowl with barely over a quarter to play will probably never be broken. There is only one Super Bowl per year, a collapse on that scale is something like 1-in-500, so it will probably never be broken.

  7. My vote goes to winning 6 Super Bowls or more for a quarterback. No quarterback other than Brady will break whatever record he sets. In the age of the salary cap, super bowl winners are routinely broken up by players wanting to cash in after a Super Bowl win, and a quarterback who accepts as little money as Tom Brady in order to stay with a team to win are getting as scarce as hen’s teeth. When quarterbacks like Joe Flacco and Case Keenum are getting paid more than Tom Brady, there won’t be another quarterback who will play for as little as Tom Brady does again.

  8. Holy crap! There are only two active players in the top 250 all-time?? That’s like seriously mind boggling. Happy birthday to Paul Krause and Rog.. no nevermind. Just happy birthday to Krause.

  9. It’s Roger’s birthday! I can’t thank him enough for taking one of my favorite things in life and turning into a wounded and possibly dying punchline to a joke that was on us…the fans. Let’s celebrate by asking him, once and for all, to ride off into the sunset so we can figure out his flawed and tainted legacy.

  10. The number of cheating scandals Belichick has been involved in will never be broken since all other coaches would have been kicked out of the league after the first, or second, etc.

  11. Yeah I remember Paul Krause. It’s even more impressive when you consider that passing didn’t dominate the game then as it does now. That being said, never say never. With never ending rule changes, I wouldn’t rule anything out. Maybe the only sure thing would be obscure records based on two-way players, although I can’t think of any offhand. – most receptions with at least 5 interceptions in a season … if there is such a record…..

  12. Favre’s consecutive starts won’t ever be broken. Even though with the rule changes it’s easier and safer to play QB longer and longer teams are more cautious about injuries (especially head injuries) than ever. The more you invest contract wise the more cautious you are too, so every QB is eventually going to miss a game here or there. Throw in that the mobile QB is becoming more and more prevalent, you have to expect between nursing a nagging injury, protecting a QB in Week 17, etc. they’ll miss a game at some point setting the timer back on their consecutive starts back to 0.

    The rate that QBs throw interceptions these days makes any interception record untouchable.

    Rushing TD and rushing yard records are also safe the way the league has become pass happy and teams avoid ‘feature backs’ and give up on RBs quicker than ever. There just isnt the longevity in that position anymore.

    I would also say the sack records are probably safe too. Even though guys have gotten relatively close to the single season sack record, the focus on quick release passing, and more and more mobile QBs seem to point to a trend sacks are going to go down.

  13. Favre’s career INT’s!

    A record no one wants or will ever come close to, because if ANYONE ELSE was on track to throw that many INT’s they’d be riding the pine, not playing!!!

  14. Emmitt smith yards, carries, and touchdowns
    Jerry Rice touchdowns, yards, etc
    Favre consecutive games, probably the most impressive record in the sport, will never get touched
    Brady’s playoff records. All of them.
    Buffalo Bills – 4 consecutive AFC titles, 4 consecutive SB losses
    Mark Sanchez, butt fumble

  15. In the Buttfumble game, the Jets gave up a TD in all 3 phases of the game in less than 1 minute: one on defense (Vereen 83 yard pass play from Brady), one on offense (Buttfumble TD return), and one on special teams (punt return fumble TD by Edelman). I’m not sure if that’s a tracked record, but it should be — and it’s unbreakable.

  16. Wow : Patriot fans are ridiculous- most of the nonsense that’s mentioned on here are not really records – gadget plays with defensive players: really ??….. anything that NE has done outside of Willie G’s sacks with always be questioned…… NO ONE WILL EVER TOUCH KRAUSES INTS !!!

  17. My Favre comment has got only thumbs down votes, must be a bunch of Favre loving snowflakes that CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH!!!

  18. David Muehlhausen says:

    February 19, 2019 at 11:02 am

    I think eventually they will all be broken simply because the league will go to 18 game seasons, and eventually after that probably a 20 game season. So just by the sheer opportunities the records will get broken.
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    That’s actually another reason Favres consecutive start streak lasts. In an 18 or 20 wk season it would be even tougher for a qb to get thru a season uninjured with the extra hits.

  19. SaintsGotRobbed said: “Rams advancing to a fake super bowl. That will never happen again.”

    That record was established in the 2009 NFCCG where the refs did a complete hatchet-job on the Vikings that was the only reason why the Saints advanced to the Super Bowl.

  20. gallopinghost says:
    February 19, 2019 at 11:18 am
    Hardy was a QB with 0 TDs and 8 INTs in a game in case you’re like me too lazy to watch the video.
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    Nathan Peterman – “Hold my beer”.

  21. to break emmitt smiths rushing yards record a running back would have to average 1500 yards rushing a season from ages 21-33. with todays nfl, good luck with that. i can see mahomes threatening any quarterback’s records, except for career wins, if he stays healthy for about 15 years. michael thomas is really young. if he plays in a passer friendly system like he is in, he could threaten some career receiving records in about 17 or 18 years. somebody will eventually break strahan’s sack record, hopefully.

  22. Most INTs in a season, current record is 14 by Dick “Night Train” Lane, who did it back when there were only 12 regular season games.

    BTW, Krause’s record is underappreciated and will never be broken. For a guy who had to wait through 14 years of eligibility to get into the HOF, Krause handled that snub with class.

  23. @weepingjebus
    That is a STAT, not a “record”

    You could probably come up with a MILLION of those things.

    Like team that last when a squirrel ran on the field.

    But who CARES?

  24. Krause’s interception record is incredible, especially for a guy who played in an era when people passed the ball A LOT less than they do now. And it’s not as if playing in the Black and Blue division gave him an exceptionally higher rate of passes to pluck out of the air. Amazing…

  25. Harvey Martin is the true single season sack leader. 23 in 14 games in 1977 before they were officially counted. Strahan got 22.5 (with Farve’s help) in 16 games. It won’t be broken.

  26. With all the passing and college not producing high quality lineman, sacks will always be jeopardy. Jim Marshall playing 270 games on defense. Never will be touched. The wimps of today miss all the time. Poor excuse for a real player.

  27. Dillon Pauls says:
    February 19, 2019 at 12:14 pm
    I like how most of these comments are Patriot [fans] coming up with any kind of Patriot stat…
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    As I post this there were 61 posts on this thread, and of the 57 before your post there were 7 from known Pats fans.

    I am not sure how that math turns into ‘most of these comments are Patriots fans’ but, FWIW, I do like how every time a Patriots team that has Tom Brady at QB, and Belichick as the HC, walks off a field with a win, regular season or post-season, they are setting at least one new record (of course, they are breaking their own HC/QB records over and over).

  28. therealtrenches says: “Krause’s interception record is incredible, especially for a guy who played in an era when people passed the ball A LOT less than they do now.”
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    Actually, it’s not that surprising. In 1975, four QB threw 20 or more interceptions, (Joe Namath – 28, Ken Stabler – 24, John Hadl – 21, Archie Manning – 20.) Nowadays, those QBs would be benched for being careless with the ball.

  29. Response to the headline — I’d imagine a defense based record, since the rules continue to favor an offensive style of game.

  30. I’d bet my life savings on these:

    1. Favre’s consecutive starts streak – there will not be another Ironman

    2. Brady’s 6 SB wins and 9 appearances, and pretty much all his career postseason stats. That just won’t happen ever, Brady will remain the GOAT forever.

  31. Favre’s consecutive game streak, Krause’s record will never be broken because QBs don’t throw at top corners anymore.

    Most of Rice’s receiving records are safe since most receivers turn into trash before they hit 33.

  32. atldirtybird1 says:
    February 19, 2019 at 12:26 pm

    The 1977 Atlanta Falcons defense giving up 129 total points on the season. That will never be broken.
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    It was already broken in 1932. The Chicago Bears only gave up 44 points that season.

  33. It would be near-impossible to beat Arnie Herber’s (GB) 9 TDs for the year of 1932.

    But perhaps not impossible depending upon new discoveries in physics…

  34. The number of teams, all 32, that not only should have been in the SB, but would have won the SB in 2018-19 due to poor officiating. Yeah, that’s it…

  35. Vince Lombardi .738 winning percentage.
    Belichick at .740 with Patriots, but overall average down due to Cleveland time (.693 total).

  36. Records are irrelevant in this sport.

    The game today is not the same game played 10, 20, 30 years ago.

    The players today are not the same as the players who played 10, 20, 30 years ago.

  37. Anybody want to take a stab at these?

    Who holds the record for most interceptions NOT in the Hall of Fame?

    Who is the only QB in NFL history to win 4 separate passing titles not in the HOF?

    Why aren’t these men in the HOF?

  38. Emmitt Smith’s rushing yds will take at least 30 years for the game to evolve to make that possible …
    Favre’s consecutive game streak will remain forever for many reasons …
    Tom Brady’s 6 Super Bowls will take at least 50 years to possibly be matched, and no one will win 7

  39. willyalistentothis says:
    February 19, 2019 at 10:58 am
    Dorsett / Henry 99 yard TD runs. Never ever will be broken and I will take any bet.

    Dude I saw Dorsett’s. Thing of beauty.

  40. Stupidest coaching decisions in a Super Bowl.

    Dan Quinn having Matt Ryan throw on 3 straight downs with game in hand followed and surpassed by Pete Carroll calling a slant pass on the goal line with Marshawn Lynch as your RB with less than a minute in the game.

  41. gosurf911 says:
    February 19, 2019 at 11:01 am
    Emmitt Smith’s all time rushing yards & rushing td’s will never be broken.

    Sure because he played for 121 years. No back is going to play anywhere near that long in today’s NFL. 4.2 YPC (yawns). Jim Brown, 5.2 and played 12 and 14 game seasons. Not even a comparison.

  42. Dillon Pauls says:
    February 19, 2019 at 12:14 pm
    I like how most of these comments are Patriot bandwagoners coming up with any kind of Patriot stat xD

    9 20 Rate This

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    I love how your life is consumed about being jealous of the Pats and their historical success.

    It’s delicious!

  43. Jerry Rice’s 274 consecutive games with a catch will never be broken. On top of the fact that he played so long, he had Al Davis mandating he be thrown a screen in the 3rd quarted if he didn’t have a first half catch for about a season and a half at the end of his career.

  44. Your comment on Favre was wrong Cunningham…Counting postseason, he started 321 consecutive games, which will NEVER be broken. Naturally, playing that many games will give him the alltime TD passes and Interception records but Favre WON alot of the time, which is why he didnt ride the pine. Yes, he wasnt always clutch in the postseason, and had games that ended on his interceptions but nobody was tougher at the position except for maybe Layne, who never played with a facemask, Montana and Brady (mentally)

  45. Derrick Thomas’single game sack record record is going no where. Incredible to think he should’ve had #8 on the game winning TD.

  46. When Tom Landry died, his passing shut down the entire city of Dallas for a week. Tens of thousands lined the streets for his funeral procession. Nothing like that has ever happened for any other football coach.

    Why? Because Tom Landry, along with Tex Schramm and Gil Brandt–all deservedly in the Hall of Fame–fundamentally transformed the game. Landry not only created the idea of keys and reads though his obsessive/compulsive study of game film, but invented the 4-3 defense, essentially creating the middle linebacker position; revitalized the shotgun offense; introduced situational substitution, the man-in-motion, and the deep speed threat. He visualized 2000s football in the 1960s. Schramm not only was instrumental in the merger between the NFL and AFL, but he also introduced uniform standards, wind flags on goal posts, and instant replay. Brandt revolutionized scouting, because he looked for athletes. Not just for football players at small, primarily black colleges, but also for basketball and baseball players, and track and field athletes. In addition, they were the first to use computers to analyze statistics on potential draft picks, and the first to implement an intelligence test, what later was to become the Wonderlic, on players.

    Landry was a coaching genius, he fundamentally transformed the game. Schramm was a marketing genius, he fundamentally transformed the league, and his publication of the Dallas Cowboys Weekly and broadcast of the Dallas Cowboys border-to-border, coast-to-coast radio program made the Dallas Cowboys “America’s Team.” Brandt was a scouting genius, he fundamentally transformed what scouting is all about. Together, these three made modern football what it is today.

    Of course, Jerry Jones ruined all that.

    When Tom Landry was fired, he held the record for longest consecutive winning seasons, most championship appearances, and most playoff victories than any other coach. That’s a record I thought would never be broken, until Bill Belichick came along. But then he modeled his Patriots on Landry’s Cowboys, and he will admit that Landry was the greatest coach.

    What Belichick has accomplished in this era is extraordinary. He has broken practically all of Landry’s records, certainly won more Super Bowls than any other coach. But will his passing shut down an entire city for a week? Will tens of thousands line the streets for his funeral procession? That remains to be seen.

  47. For all you posters thinking Brady with 6 SB wins and 9 appearances can’t be broken. I would say that is wishful thinking – he might break both next year.

  48. INT record makes sense. In the old days some good QBs threw as many or more INTs than TDs. That doesn’t happen anymore. Also, a lot of the best DBs don’t get opportunities because teams will not throw in their direction as much.

  49. Emmitt Smith’s 18,355 yards is probably safe simply because teams don’t run the ball as much as they used. In fact it’s hard to find a team using a fullback to block. Make no mistake, 18,355 yards is also a reason the record is safe.

  50. Bret Favre’s 336 career interceptions. The closest active player is Eli Manning with 239. Blaine Gabbert has 47.

  51. John Madden head coach winning percentage: 103-32 76.3%. He also had 7 ties. Great coach, great analyst.

  52. vikinganswer says:
    February 19, 2019 at 12:24 pm
    With all the passing and college not producing high quality lineman, sacks will always be jeopardy. Jim Marshall playing 270 games on defense. Never will be touched. The wimps of today miss all the time. Poor excuse for a real player.

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    come on man, don’t act like you don’t call in sick several times a year to your job at Budget Rent-a-car

  53. February 19, 2019 at 2:47 pm
    INT record makes sense. In the old days some good QBs threw as many or more INTs than TDs. That doesn’t happen anymore. Also, a lot of the best DBs don’t get opportunities because teams will not throw in their direction as much.

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    the good old days when DBs and WRs were allowed to actually battle

  54. Otto Graham’s 7 Championship wins
    Otto Graham’s record of 10 straight Championship showings
    Paul Browns record of 7 Championships as HC
    Paul Browns as HC making it to 10 straight Championships.

    All without spy cameras, deflated footballs or paid off refferees. Will never be replicated again.

  55. Number of lies by an NFL Commissioner. Goodell is as prolific as Jerry “Stickum” Rice was at catching postseason* passes.

  56. Brady’s 6 super bowl wins will be tough. Paul Krause’s Int’s tough with the new rules. I think all passing and receiving records will be shattered unless they switch back some rules.

  57. Once he retires, Brady’s career SB passing yards. Currently at 2838, which is more than several starting QBs threw this entire season.

  58. Peyton Manning’s 9 “one-and-done” playoff appearances, most by a HOF quarterback in the Superbowl era.

  59. Most interceptions in a season. Night Train Lane had 14 as a rookie almost 70 years ago. Nobody has come close to it and no one ever will.

    Most interceptions thrown in a season. Blanda threw 42 of them. Nowadays if you throw more than 15 people freak out.

    Jerry Rice’s career receiving yards and TDs records. Julio Jones has had a great career, put up some monster receiving numbers. At age 30, he only needs to keep up the same pace for another 7 to 8 years to catch Rice.

  60. Great comment on Tom Landry, and I am as big a fan of his as anybody…but lets be honest, Landry was lucky to. It took seven seasons as coach of the Cowboys to get his first winning season. That will NEVER happen in todays NFL, but like Belichick, Landry stuck it out and became a living legend.

  61. rutledge3197 says:

    February 19, 2019 at 11:37 am

    Wow : Patriot fans are ridiculous- most of the nonsense that’s mentioned on here are not really records – gadget plays with defensive players: really ??….. anything that NE has done outside of Willie G’s sacks with always be questioned…… NO ONE WILL EVER TOUCH KRAUSES INTS !!!

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    Uh, its not a “gadget” play when Vrabel went 12/12 in receptions/tds on 16 targets. After about 3 times, it became a legit part of the red zone playbook. Its not a Refrigerator Perry gimmick at that point. Not “questioned” at all, its a stone fact. Its also a really fun stat for a good player.

    Krause’s ints, sure that’s a good one too.

    Patriots 21 game winning streak (’03-’04) is a great one too.

  62. The whiniest fans ever belong to the Patriots after Deflategate, as in how many threads can be ruined by one fan base. That said, Saints fans are giving them a good run for their money.

  63. Tom Brady’s 6 Super Bowls will take at least 50 years to possibly be matched, and no one will win 7
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    Begs a question; Jimmy Garoppolo has two SB rings as a Patriot (and damn near added a 3rd last season.) If he manages to be part of an extremely winning situation in SF over the next 10, 12 years and tacks on 4 more rings…does that tie him with Brady?

  64. The number of the Birthday BOY’s lies and excuses he told during Super Bowl week. Oh wait, he will break that record the next time he opens his mouth.

  65. bagbolt says:
    February 19, 2019 at 11:05 am
    6(+) superbowls from a single coach / QB combination. Never happening again.
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    I think it will be broken next year. 😉

  66. Tom Brady’s 6 Super Bowls will take at least 50 years to possibly be matched, and no one will win 7
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    I say there’s one QB who has a great shot at winning 7. 🙂

  67. Six trophies.

    No team has more.

    NOBODY.

    Count em up Patriot Hater 🙂 1-2-3-4-5-6! WOW! All so shiny! Do you think they get polished every day? I do. It’s really important to keep them shiny you know.

    🙂

  68. rc33 says:
    February 19, 2019 at 3:55 pm

    Jimmy Garoppolo has two SB rings as a Patriot (and damn near added a 3rd last season.) If he manages to be part of an extremely winning situation in SF over the next 10, 12 years and tacks on 4 more rings…does that tie him with Brady?
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    Jimmy will NEVER make it back to another SB, ever.

  69. @rc33

    Your hypothetical question assumes Brady will not help the Pats win any more Super Bowls.

    Brady not winning any more is not a safe bet.

    I like Jimmy G, but it is a safer bet that he will help the 49ers win no Super Bowls.

  70. Here are some records that will never be broken: Undefeated Season (1972 Dolphins), Brett Favre’s consecutive starts, the Bills losing four straight super bowls, 6 super bowl wins for a quarterback, 6 super bowl wins for a head coach, 9 super bowl appearances for a quarterback, 5 touchdown passes in a single quarter by Tom Brady against the Titans, Peyton Manning’s 9 playoff one and dones, 15 pro-bowl selections for a quarterback (Tom Brady will earn his fifteenth selection next season), 10 straight division titles won (Patriots), coming back from a 28-3 deficit in a super bowl to win, and not scoring a single point in the 1st quarter of a super bowl after appearing in 9 of them.

  71. rc33 says:
    February 19, 2019 at 3:55 pm
    Tom Brady’s 6 Super Bowls will take at least 50 years to possibly be matched, and no one will win 7
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    Begs a question; Jimmy Garoppolo has two SB rings as a Patriot (and damn near added a 3rd last season.) If he manages to be part of an extremely winning situation in SF over the next 10, 12 years and tacks on 4 more rings…does that tie him with Brady?

    I would say no. It the record should be qualified as “Starting QB” not qb on the bench(like 2 of Steve Youngs SB rings).

  72. nflhistorybuff68 says:
    February 19, 2019 at 3:38 pm
    Great comment on Tom Landry, and I am as big a fan of his as anybody…but lets be honest, Landry was lucky to. It took seven seasons as coach of the Cowboys to get his first winning season.

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    As Coqch of an expansion team. During an era that didn’t have traded or free agency. Let’s not pretend Landry was some bum that suddenly got good, back during that era it took forever to build a team from scratch. Evwn today Coqches still talk about their “5 year plans” with three times the tools at their disposal than Tom Landry had.

  73. 2ruefan says:
    February 19, 2019 at 12:21 pm
    Minnesota is also 12th on the list of All time Playoff Wins…
    ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

    Add it to your “attaboy” trophycase.

  74. May not be considered a record,but Chuck Bednarik playing 58 minutes of a Chsmpionship game will never be equaled.

  75. Chill_Donahue says:
    February 19, 2019 at 4:47 pm

    Phil Simms 22/25 88% QB completion pct. in a Super Bowl will be tough.

    Even in today’s QB friendly league, that’s kind of absurd.
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    I was at that game. I had a terrible seat in the endzone stands, but I missed the safety which would have happened right in front of us while waiting in the queue to use the men’s room.

  76. officialmum says:
    February 19, 2019 at 5:06 pm
    Marino threw the ball 759 straight times without taking a sack (19 consecutive games). Will never be done again.

    Well, today I learned something. Never knew about that record, and couldn’t believe it until I looked at all 19 boxscores. I mean, it’d be more impressive if the team had managed to go better than 9-10 in those 19 games, but still that’s a pretty wild statistic. Thank you, officialmum, for that.

  77. 49ers 63 Turnovers on Offense, Seattle 63 Turnovers created on Defense and a game where there are 4 Pick Sixes greater >50 yards on each.

  78. rc33 says:
    February 19, 2019 at 3:55 pm
    Tom Brady’s 6 Super Bowls will take at least 50 years to possibly be matched, and no one will win 7
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    Begs a question; Jimmy Garoppolo has two SB rings as a Patriot (and damn near added a 3rd last season.) If he manages to be part of an extremely winning situation in SF over the next 10, 12 years and tacks on 4 more rings…does that tie him with Brady?

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    Excuse me for saying this, but, there will NEVER BE ANOTHER TOM BRADY! No one will ever break TB12’s records and although Jimmy G. is good and I wish him every success (except when he plays against the Patriots) neither he or anyone else will ever come close to TB12. His drive, determination, selflessness and respect for his coaches and teammates makes him deservedly the BEST and the GOAT. No one will ever take that away from him. Period. end of story. Go Patriots!!!

  79. “bjm9981 says:
    February 19, 2019 at 11:22 am
    Most overpaid QB ever in terms of win % – Kurt Cousins.

    jamarcus russel got like 72 million guaranteed for 1/3 of the production

  80. Jerry Rice’s career stats will never be broken. Same with Emmitt Smith’s career rushing stats, mainly because how the NFL goes through RB’s these days. Joe Montana’s passer rating (118) in Super Bowls will never be topped by any QB with multiple Super Bowls. Brady isn’t even close.

  81. goodellcheats says:
    February 19, 2019 at 3:22 pm
    Peyton Manning’s 9 “one-and-done” playoff appearances, most by a HOF quarterback in the Superbowl era.

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    If Brady had coaches like Jim Mora (legendary playoff choker) and Jim Caldwell, he’d probably have 9 “one-and-done” playoff appearances. Not to mention that Brady has always had an outstanding defense while Peyton always had lousy defenses in Indy. I wouldn’t expect you Pats fans to be rational though.

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