List of NFL quarterbacks who have passed for 400 or more yards in a game

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In the National Football League, 127 different quarterbacks have passed for at least 400 yards in a single game ("400-yard game"), 285 times in the regular season and 19 more in the postseason.

Sid Luckman was the first to pass for 400 yards, in 1943. Peyton Manning has recorded the most 400-yard games, with 17 in total. Drew Brees has recorded the most 400-yard postseason games, with 3, including 2 consecutive in a single postseason (unofficial 3 consecutive over two postseasons). Cam Newton is the only player to throw for 400 yards in his first career game, and the only rookie with two (coincidentally consecutive) 400 yard games. Don Strock is the only quarterback to have thrown for 400 yards in a game that he did not start. Ken O'Brien and Nick Foles are the only quarterbacks to have earned a perfect passer rating in a 400-yard game. Kurt Warner is the only quarterback to have thrown a 400 yard game in the Super Bowl.

There have been nine occurrences of a quarterback recording two consecutive 400-yard games. There have been 13 games where two opposing quarterbacks collected 400 passing yards in the same game. There have been three single-days (September 21, 1986, January 1, 2012, and October 26, 2014) where three quarterbacks recorded 400-yard games. There has been one NFL 'week' (September 8–12, 2012) where four quarterbacks recorded 400-yard games.

Of the 304 times a quarterback has earned 400 passing yards, only 52.15% have resulted in a win: 158 wins, 142 losses, 4 ties. The percentage of wins had been close to 60% (116 of 194 occurrences) prior to 2006, but has only been 38.53% (42 out of 110 occurrences) since 2006. The annual number of 400-yard games has varied dramatically, from a high of 27 times in 2013 to just one in 2005, and none at all in some years (most recently 1979).

Along with O'Brien's and Foles' perfect passer rating of 158.3 in their 400 yard games, there have been 12 times a quarterback earned a rating of 140—all were wins. Peyton Manning has the highest passer rating in a 400-yard postseason game, with 145.7. Randall Cunningham has the two lowest passer ratings in 400-yard games, losing both his 50.5 and his 52.0 rated games.

Fifteen of the quarterbacks on this list have thrown one game each of at least 500 yards, with only one player having two, Ben Roethlisberger. Four of these quarterbacks never threw another 400 yard game. The quarterbacks with 500-yard games have only won nine out of sixteen games. Y. A. Tittle had the highest passer rating, 151.4, for a 500-yard game—also tying the NFL record of 7 touchdown passes in that effort.

List of 400-yard games[edit]

Att = Attempts; Comp. = Completions; Yds. = Yards; TDs = Touchdowns; INTs = Interceptions; Rtg = Rating

green shading denotes "500-yard game"
tan shading denotes "Postseason game"
blue shading denotes "Rookie season"

# Quarterback Date Team Opponent Result Att. Comp. Yds TDs INTs Rtg Notes
1: Luckman, SidSid Luckman[1] November 14, 1943 Chicago Bears @New York Giants W 56–7 32 21 433 7 1 135.4 NFL record (set): Most touchdown passes thrown in a game.
2: Hardy, JimJim Hardy[2] October 31, 1948 Los Angeles Rams Chicago Cardinals L 27–22 53 28 406 3 2 81.2
3: Baugh, SammySammy Baugh[3] October 31, 1948 Washington Redskins Boston Yanks W 59–21 24 17 446 4 0 152.8 Most yards/attempt (18.6)
4: Lujack, JohnnyJohnny Lujack[4] December 11, 1949 Chicago Bears Chicago Cardinals W 52–21 39 24 468 6 3 110.9
5: Van Brocklin, NormNorm Van Brocklin[5] September 28, 1951 Los Angeles Rams New York Yanks W 54–14 41 27 554 5 2 128.3 NFL Record: Most yardage[6]
6: Graham, OttoOtto Graham[7] October 4, 1952 Cleveland Browns @Pittsburgh Steelers W 21–20 49 21 401 3 4 58.3
7: Thomason, BobbyBobby Thomason[8] November 8, 1953 Philadelphia Eagles New York Giants W 30–7 44 22 437 4 1 106.0
8: Layne, BobbyBobby Layne[9] December 13, 1958 Pittsburgh Steelers Chicago Cardinals W 38–21 49 23 409 2 3 64.1
9: Lee, JackyJacky Lee[10] October 13, 1961 Houston Oilers @Boston Patriots T 31–31 41 27 457 2 2 99.3
10: Jurgensen, SonnySonny Jurgensen[11] October 29, 1961 Philadelphia Eagles @Washington Redskins W 27–24 41 27 436 3 2 105.3
11: Blanda, GeorgeGeorge Blanda[12] October 29, 1961 Houston Oilers @Buffalo Bills W 28–16 32 18 464 4 4 101.0
12: Blanda, GeorgeGeorge Blanda[12] November 19, 1961 Houston Oilers New York Titans W 49–13 32 20 418 7 1 132.8 2nd career 400-yard game. First quarterback with more than one career 400-yard game. NFL record (tied): Most touchdown passes thrown in a game.
13: Jurgensen, SonnySonny Jurgensen[11] December 17, 1961 Philadelphia Eagles @Detroit Lions W 27–24 42 27 403 3 2 99.6 2nd career 400-yard game.
14: Tripucka, FrankFrank Tripucka[13] September 15, 1962 Denver Broncos @Buffalo Bills W 23–20 56 29 447 2 3 68.1
15: Tittle, Y. A.Y. A. Tittle[14] October 28, 1962 New York Giants Washington Redskins W 49–34 39 27 505 7 0 151.4 NFL record (tied): Most touchdown passes thrown in a game.
16: Wade, BillBill Wade[15] November 18, 1962 Chicago Bears @Dallas Cowboys W 34–33 46 28 466 2 2 91.4
17: Jurgensen, SonnySonny Jurgensen[11] December 16, 1962 Philadelphia Eagles @St. Louis Cardinals L 45–35 34 15 419 5 3 93.0 3rd career 400-yard game. Surpassed George Blanda for most career 400-yard games.
18: Johnson, CharleyCharley Johnson[16] October 13, 1963 St. Louis Cardinals Pittsburgh Steelers W 24–23 41 20 428 2 1 92.3
19: Meredith, DonDon Meredith[17] November 10, 1963 Dallas Cowboys @San Francisco 49ers L 31–24 48 30 460 3 1 106.3
20: Snead, NormNorm Snead[18] November 17, 1963 Washington Redskins Pittsburgh Steelers L 34–28 40 23 424 2 2 90.0
21: Flores, TomTom Flores[19] December 22, 1963 Oakland Raiders Houston Oilers W 52–49 29 17 407 6 2 113.9
22: Parilli, BabeBabe Parilli[20] October 16, 1964 Boston Patriots Oakland Raiders T 43–43 47 25 422 4 4 76.7
23: Davidson, CottonCotton Davidson[21] October 25, 1964 Oakland Raiders Denver Broncos W 40–7 36 23 427 5 1 132.8
24: Dawson, LenLen Dawson[22] November 1, 1964 Kansas City Chiefs Denver Broncos W 49–39 38 23 435 6 3 106.9
25: Tarkenton, FranFran Tarkenton[23] October 24, 1965 Minnesota Vikings @San Francisco 49ers W 42–41 35 21 407 3 0 129.1
26: Jurgensen, SonnySonny Jurgensen[11] November 28, 1965 Washington Redskins Dallas Cowboys W 34–31 43 26 411 3 2 96.2 4th career 400-yard game.
27: Meredith, DonDon Meredith[17] November 13, 1966 Dallas Cowboys @Washington Redskins W 31–30 29 21 406 2 1 123.1 2nd career 400-yard game.
28: Unitas, JohnnyJohnny Unitas[24] September 17, 1967 Baltimore Colts Atlanta Falcons W 38–31 32 22 401 2 1 119.3
29: Namath, JoeJoe Namath[25] October 1, 1967 New York Jets Miami Dolphins W 29–7 39 23 415 3 1 110.5
30: Jurgensen, SonnySonny Jurgensen[11] November 26, 1967 Washington Redskins @Cleveland Browns L 42–37 50 32 418 3 1 101.9 5th career 400-yard game.
31: Beathard, PetePete Beathard[26] September 9, 1968 Houston Oilers Kansas City Chiefs L 26–21 48 23 413 2 3 65.7
32: Lamonica, DaryleDaryle Lamonica[27] December 29, 1968 Oakland Raiders @New York Jets L 27–23 47 20 401 1 0 80.2 Postseason 400-yard #001: 1st QB with 400-yard postseason performance. AFL Championship. Lowest completion percentage (42.6%).
33: Kapp, JoeJoe Kapp[28] September 28, 1969 Minnesota Vikings Baltimore Colts W 52–14 43 28 449 7 1 129.7 NFL record (tied): Most touchdown passes thrown in a game.
34: Horn, DonDon Horn[29] December 21, 1969 Green Bay Packers St. Louis Cardinals W 45–28 31 22 410 5 1 139.4
35: Namath, JoeJoe Namath[25] September 24, 1972 New York Jets @Baltimore Colts W 44–34 28 15 496 6 1 123.5 2nd career 400-yard game. Most yards/completion (33.1)
36: Namath, JoeJoe Namath[25] December 11, 1972 New York Jets @Oakland Raiders L 24–16 46 25 403 1 2 73.0 3rd career 400-yard game.
37: Johnson, CharleyCharley Johnson[16] November 18, 1974 Denver Broncos Kansas City Chiefs L 42–34 42 28 445 2 2 97.8 2nd career 400-yard game.
38: Anderson, KenKen Anderson [30] November 17, 1975 Cincinnati Bengals Buffalo Bills W 33–24 46 30 447 2 0 111.4
39: Harris, JamesJames Harris[31] October 3, 1976 Los Angeles Rams @Miami Dolphins W 31–28 29 17 436 2 1 111.6
40: Todd, RichardRichard Todd[32] September 21, 1980 New York Jets San Francisco 49ers L 37–27 60 42 447 3 1 101.2
41: Dickey, LynnLynn Dickey[33] October 12, 1980 Green Bay Packers @Tampa Bay Buccaneers T 14–14 51 35 418 1 2 83.6
42: Fouts, DanDan Fouts[34] October 19, 1980 San Diego Chargers New York Giants W 44–7 41 26 444 3 1 114.3
43: Williams, DougDoug Williams[35] November 16, 1980 Tampa Bay Buccaneers @Minnesota Vikings L 38–30 55 30 486 4 2 93.4
44: Kramer, TommyTommy Kramer[36] December 14, 1980 Minnesota Vikings Cleveland Browns W 28–23 49 38 456 4 0 132.7
45: Kramer, TommyTommy Kramer[36] October 11, 1981 Minnesota Vikings @San Diego Chargers W 33–31 43 27 444 4 2 109.1 2nd career 400-yard game.
46: Sipe, BrianBrian Sipe[37] October 25, 1981 Cleveland Browns Baltimore Colts W 42–28 41 30 444 4 2 120.4
47: Woodley, DavidDavid Woodley[38] October 25, 1981 Miami Dolphins @Dallas Cowboys L 28–27 37 21 408 3 5 82.8
48: Bartkowski, SteveSteve Bartkowski[39] November 15, 1981 Atlanta Falcons Pittsburgh Steelers L 34–20 50 33 416 2 2 88.4
49: Fouts, DanDan Fouts[34] January 2, 1982 San Diego Chargers @Miami Dolphins W 41–38 OT 53 33 433 3 1 116.2 Postseason 400-yard #002: 2nd QB. AFC Divisional. 2nd career 400-yard game. 1st NFL game & 1st postseason game with two 400-yard QBs (vs. Don Strock).
50: Strock, DonDon Strock[40] January 2, 1982 Miami Dolphins San Diego Chargers L 41–38 OT 43 29 403 4 1 118.7 Postseason 400-yard #003: 3rd QB. AFC Divisional. Did not start game. 1st NFL game & 1st postseason game with two 400-yard QBs (vs. Dan Fouts).
51: Montana, JoeJoe Montana[41] November 21, 1982 San Francisco 49ers @St. Louis Cardinals W 31–20 39 26 408 3 1 116.2
52: Fouts, DanDan Fouts[34] December 11, 1982 San Diego Chargers @San Francisco 49ers W 41–37 48 33 444 5 0 132.6 3rd career 400-yard game.
53: Fouts, DanDan Fouts[34] December 20, 1982 San Diego Chargers Cincinnati Bengals W 50–34 40 25 435 1 2 87.0 4th career 400-yard game. 2nd NFL game & 1st regular-season game with two 400-yard QBs (vs. Ken Anderson). Fouts' 2nd game where both QBs passed 400-yards. 1st QB with consecutive 400-yard games.
54: Anderson, KenKen Anderson[30] December 20, 1982 Cincinnati Bengals @San Diego Chargers L 50–34 56 40 416 2 1 97.0 2nd NFL game & 1st regular-season game with two 400-yard QBs (vs. Dan Fouts). 2nd career 400-yard game.
55: Ferragamo, VinceVince Ferragamo[42] December 26, 1982 Los Angeles Rams Chicago Bears L 34–26 46 30 509 3 2 106.2
56: Todd, RichardRichard Todd[32] September 25, 1983 New York Jets Los Angeles Rams W 27–24 OT 50 37 446 2 2 97.6 2nd career 400-yard game.
57: Theismann, JoeJoe Theismann[43] October 2, 1983 Washington Redskins Oakland Raiders W 37–35 39 23 417 3 0 121.4
58: Ferguson, JoeJoe Ferguson[44] October 9, 1983 Buffalo Bills @Miami Dolphins W 38–35 OT 55 38 419 5 1 114.1
59: Krieg, DaveDave Krieg[45] November 20, 1983 Seattle Seahawks @Denver Broncos L 38–27 42 31 418 3 4 89.3
60: Kenney, BillBill Kenney[46] December 11, 1983 Kansas City Chiefs @San Diego Chargers L 41–38 41 31 411 4 1 129.2
61: Simms, PhilPhil Simms[47] September 2, 1984 New York Giants Philadelphia Eagles W 28–27 30 23 409 4 0 157.6
62: Marino, DanDan Marino[48] September 30, 1984 Miami Dolphins @St. Louis Cardinals W 36–28 36 24 429 3 0 135.1
63: Fouts, DanDan Fouts[34] October 21, 1984 San Diego Chargers Oakland Raiders L 44–37 45 24 410 3 3 78.9 5th career 400-yard game.
64: Marino, DanDan Marino[48] November 4, 1984 Miami Dolphins @New York Jets W 31–17 42 23 422 2 2 85.6 2nd career 400-yard game.
65: Krieg, DaveDave Krieg[45] November 25, 1984 Seattle Seahawks @Denver Broncos W 27–24 44 30 406 3 0 120.1 2nd career 400-yard game.
66: Marino, DanDan Marino[48] December 2, 1984 Miami Dolphins Oakland Raiders L 45–34 57 35 470 4 2 96.4 3rd career 400-yard game.
67: Marino, DanDan Marino[48] December 9, 1984 Miami Dolphins @Indianapolis Colts W 35–17 41 29 404 4 1 124.4 4th career 400-yard game. 2nd QB with consecutive 400-yard games.
68: Lomax, NeilNeil Lomax[49] December 16, 1984 St. Louis Cardinals @Washington Redskins L 29–27 46 37 468 2 1 114.5
69: Marino, DanDan Marino[48] January 6, 1985 Miami Dolphins Pittsburgh Steelers W 45–28 32 21 421 4 1 135.4 Postseason 400-yard #004: 4th QB. AFC Championship. 5th career 400-yard game.
70: Fouts, DanDan Fouts[34] September 15, 1985 San Diego Chargers Seattle Seahawks L 49–35 43 29 440 4 1 122.2 6th career 400-yard game. Surpassed Sonny Jurgensen and Dan Marino for most career 400-yard games.
71: Kramer, TommyTommy Kramer[36] September 19, 1985 Minnesota Vikings Chicago Bears L 33–24 55 28 436 3 3 73.0 3rd career 400-yard game.
72: Montana, JoeJoe Montana[41] October 6, 1985 San Francisco 49ers @Atlanta Falcons W 38–17 57 37 429 5 0 116.8 2nd career 400-yard game.
73: Simms, PhilPhil Simms[47] October 6, 1985 New York Giants Dallas Cowboys L 30–29 36 18 432 3 2 98.4 2nd career 400-yard game.
74: Simms, PhilPhil Simms[47] October 13, 1985 New York Giants @Cincinnati Bengals L 35–30 62 40 513 1 2 82.3 3rd career 400-yard game. 3rd QB with consecutive 400-yard games. NFL Record: 945 yards over two consecutive games.
75: Krieg, DaveDave Krieg[45] October 13, 1985 Seattle Seahawks Atlanta Falcons W 30–26 51 33 405 4 1 107.1 3rd career 400-yard game.
76: Fouts, DanDan Fouts[34] November 10, 1985 San Diego Chargers Oakland Raiders W 40–34 OT 41 26 436 4 1 121.6 7th career 400-yard game.
77: Elway, JohnJohn Elway[50] December 20, 1985 Denver Broncos @Seattle Seahawks W 27–24 42 24 432 1 0 100.5
78: Obrien, KenKen O'Brien[51] September 21, 1986 New York Jets Miami Dolphins W 51–45 OT 49 23 479 4 1 126.0 3rd NFL game with two 400-yard QBs.
79: Marino, DanDan Marino[48] September 21, 1986 Miami Dolphins @New York Jets L 51–45 OT 50 30 448 6 2 112.3 6th career 400-yard game. 3rd NFL game with two 400-yard QBs. First QB in NFL history to throw for 6 TDs and lose the game.
80: Eason, TonyTony Eason[52] September 21, 1986 New England Patriots Seattle Seahawks L 38–31 45 26 414 3 0 110.8
81: Grogan, SteveSteve Grogan[53] October 12, 1986 New England Patriots New York Jets L 31–24 42 23 401 3 0 111.3
82: Schroeder, JayJay Schroeder[54] October 27, 1986 Washington Redskins @New York Giants L 27–20 40 22 420 1 2 79.2
83: Obrien, KenKen O'Brien[51] November 2, 1986 New York Jets Seattle Seahawks W 38–7 32 26 431 4 0 158.3 2nd career 400-yard game. NFL record (tied): perfect 158.3 rating.
84: Kramer, TommyTommy Kramer[36] November 2, 1986 Minnesota Vikings @Washington Redskins L 44–38 OT 35 20 490 4 1 128.0 4th career 400-yard game.
85: Kosar, BernieBernie Kosar[55] November 10, 1986 Cleveland Browns Miami Dolphins W 26–16 50 32 401 0 0 88.8
86: Marino, DanDan Marino[48] November 16, 1986 Miami Dolphins Buffalo Bills W 34–24 54 39 404 4 0 118.1 7th career 400-yard game.
87: Montana, JoeJoe Montana[41] November 17, 1986 San Francisco 49ers @Washington Redskins L 14–6 60 33 441 0 3 57.7 3rd career 400-yard game. Fewest points scored.
88: Kosar, BernieBernie Kosar[55] November 23, 1986 Cleveland Browns Pittsburgh Steelers W 37–31 OT 46 28 414 2 1 95.7 2nd career 400-yard game.
89: Marino, DanDan Marino[48] December 14, 1986 Miami Dolphins @Los Angeles Rams W 37–31 OT 46 29 403 5 1 118.3 8th career 400-yard game. Surpassed Dan Fouts for most career 400-yard games.
90: Esiason, BoomerBoomer Esiason[56] December 21, 1986 Cincinnati Bengals New York Jets W 52–21 30 23 425 5 1 143.8
91: Kosar, BernieBernie Kosar[55] January 3, 1987 Cleveland Browns New York Jets W 23–20 OT 64 33 489 1 2 69.1 Postseason 400-yard #005: 5th QB. AFC Divisional. 3rd career 400-yard game. NFL Record: Most yardage in postseason.
92: Lomax, NeilNeil Lomax[49] September 14, 1987 St. Louis Cardinals @San Diego Chargers L 28–24 61 32 457 3 1 86.6 2nd career 400-yard game.
93: Esiason, BoomerBoomer Esiason[56] November 22, 1987 Cincinnati Bengals Pittsburgh Steelers L 30–16 53 30 409 0 3 57.8 2nd career 400-yard game.
94: Ramsey, TomTom Ramsey[57] November 29, 1987 New England Patriots Philadelphia Eagles L 34–31 OT 53 34 402 3 2 90.3
95: Williams, DougDoug Williams[35] September 11, 1988 Washington Redskins Pittsburgh Steelers W 30–29 52 30 430 2 1 89.4 2nd career 400-yard game.
96: Testaverde, VinnyVinny Testaverde[58] October 16, 1988 Tampa Bay Buccaneers @Indianapolis Colts L 35–31 42 25 469 2 2 94.2
97: Marino, DanDan Marino[48] October 23, 1988 Miami Dolphins New York Jets L 44–30 60 35 521 3 5 68.8 9th career 400-yard game.
98: Marino, DanDan Marino[48] December 12, 1988 Miami Dolphins Cleveland Browns W 38–31 50 30 404 4 3 87.4 10th career 400-yard game.
99: Krieg, DaveDave Krieg[45] December 18, 1988 Seattle Seahawks @Oakland Raiders W 43–37 32 19 410 4 1 130.2 4th career 400-yard game.
100: Cunningham, RandallRandall Cunningham[59] December 31, 1988 Philadelphia Eagles @Chicago Bears L 20–12 54 27 407 0 3 52.0 Postseason 400-yard #006: 6th QB. NFC Divisional.
101: Cunningham, RandallRandall Cunningham[59] September 17, 1989 Philadelphia Eagles @Washington Redskins W 42–37 46 34 447 5 1 131.3 2nd career 400-yard game.
102: Marino, DanDan Marino[48] September 24, 1989 Miami Dolphins New York Jets L 40–33 55 33 427 3 2 87.5 11th career 400-yard game.
103: Montana, JoeJoe Montana[41] September 24, 1989 San Francisco 49ers @Philadelphia Eagles W 38–28 34 25 428 5 1 142.8 4th career 400-yard game.
104: Cunningham, RandallRandall Cunningham[59] October 2, 1989 Philadelphia Eagles @Chicago Bears L 27–13 62 32 401 1 4 50.5 3rd career 400-yard game. Lowest QB rating in a 400-yard game.
105: Everett, JimJim Everett[60] November 26, 1989 Los Angeles Rams @New Orleans Saints W 20–17 OT 51 29 454 1 2 76.8
106: Rypien, MarkMark Rypien[61] November 26, 1989 Washington Redskins Chicago Bears W 38–14 47 30 401 4 1 110.3
107: Montana, JoeJoe Montana[41] December 11, 1989 San Francisco 49ers @Los Angeles Rams W 30–27 42 30 458 3 2 111.0 5th career 400-yard game.
108: Moon, WarrenWarren Moon[62] December 23, 1989 Houston Oilers Cleveland Browns L 24–20 51 32 414 2 1 93.1
109: Kelly, JimJim Kelly[63] January 6, 1990 Buffalo Bills @Cleveland Browns L 34–30 54 28 405 4 2 85.8 Postseason 400-yard #007: 7th QB. AFC Divisional.
110: Esiason, BoomerBoomer Esiason[56] October 7, 1990 Cincinnati Bengals @Los Angeles Rams W 34–31 OT 45 31 490 3 0 127.1 3rd career 400-yard game.
111: Montana, JoeJoe Montana[41] October 14, 1990 San Francisco 49ers @Atlanta Falcons W 45–35 49 32 476 6 2 119.6 6th career 400-yard game.
112: Montana, JoeJoe Montana[41] November 4, 1990 San Francisco 49ers @Green Bay Packers W 24–20 40 25 411 3 0 122.0 7th career 400-yard game.
113: Moon, WarrenWarren Moon[62] December 16, 1990 Houston Oilers @Kansas City Chiefs W 27–10 45 27 527 3 0 123.1 2nd career 400-yard game.
114: Moon, WarrenWarren Moon[62] October 13, 1991 Houston Oilers @New York Jets W 23–20 50 35 423 2 2 92.3 3rd career 400-yard game.
115: Moon, WarrenWarren Moon[62] November 10, 1991 Houston Oilers Dallas Cowboys W 26–23 OT 56 41 432 0 0 95.2 4th career 400-yard game.
116: Rypien, MarkMark Rypien[61] November 10, 1991 Washington Redskins Atlanta Falcons W 56–17 31 16 442 6 0 136.8 2nd career 400-yard game.
117: Young, SteveSteve Young[64] September 13, 1992 San Francisco 49ers Buffalo Bills L 34–31 37 26 449 3 1 127.0 4th NFL game with two 400-yard QBs.
118: Kelly, JimJim Kelly[63] September 13, 1992 Buffalo Bills @San Francisco 49ers W 34–31 33 22 403 3 1 126.2 4th NFL game with two 400-yard QBs. 2nd career 400-yard game. First puntless game in NFL history.
119: Hostetler, JeffJeff Hostetler[65] October 31, 1992 Los Angeles Raiders San Diego Chargers L 30–23 32 20 424 2 2 101.0
120: Young, SteveSteve Young[64] November 28, 1993 San Francisco 49ers @Los Angeles Rams W 35–10 32 26 462 4 1 145.3 2nd career 400-yard game.
121: Favre, BrettBrett Favre[66] December 5, 1993 Green Bay Packers @Chicago Bears L 30–17 54 36 402 2 3 77.9
122: Beuerlein, SteveSteve Beuerlein[67] December 19, 1993 Arizona Cardinals @Seattle Seahawks W 30–27 OT 53 34 431 3 2 92.6
123: Marino, DanDan Marino[48] September 4, 1994 Miami Dolphins New England Patriots W 39–35 42 23 473 5 1 124.3 12th career 400-yard game. 5th NFL game with two 400-yard QBs.
124: Bledsoe, DrewDrew Bledsoe[68] September 4, 1994 New England Patriots @Miami Dolphins L 39–35 51 32 421 4 2 98.6 5th NFL game with two 400-yard QBs.
125: Marino, DanDan Marino[48] September 25, 1994 Miami Dolphins @Minnesota Vikings L 38–35 54 29 431 3 3 75.5 13th career 400-yard game.
126: Moon, WarrenWarren Moon[62] November 6, 1994 Minnesota Vikings New Orleans Saints W 21–20 57 33 420 3 1 91.3 5th career 400-yard game.
127: Bledsoe, DrewDrew Bledsoe[68] November 13, 1994 New England Patriots Minnesota Vikings W 26–20 OT 70 45 426 3 0 95.3 2nd career 400-yard game; also set NFL records for single game passing attempts and completions.
128: Moon, WarrenWarren Moon[62] November 20, 1994 Minnesota Vikings New York Jets L 31–21 50 33 400 2 4 70.4 6th career 400-yard game.
129: Marino, DanDan Marino[48] October 1, 1995 Miami Dolphins @Cincinnati Bengals W 26–23 48 33 450 2 1 103.6 14th career 400-yard game.
130: Mitchell, ScottScott Mitchell[69] November 23, 1995 Detroit Lions Minnesota Vikings W 44–38 45 30 410 4 1 116.0
131: Krieg, DaveDave Krieg[45] November 26, 1995 Arizona Cardinals Atlanta Falcons W 40–37 OT 43 27 413 4 2 106.1 5th career 400-yard game.
132: Young, SteveSteve Young[64] December 18, 1995 San Francisco 49ers Minnesota Vikings W 37–30 49 30 425 3 2 92.6 3rd career 400-yard game.
133: Marino, DanDan Marino[48] December 30, 1995 Miami Dolphins Buffalo Bills L 37–22 64 33 422 2 3 63.4 Postseason 400-yard #008: 1st QB with postseason repeat. AFC Wild Card. 15th career 400-yard game, 2nd in postseason.
134: Brunell, MarkMark Brunell[70] September 22, 1996 Jacksonville Jaguars @New England Patriots L 28–25 OT 39 23 432 3 1 112.3
135: Brunell, MarkMark Brunell[70] October 20, 1996 Jacksonville Jaguars @St. Louis Rams L 17–14 52 37 421 0 5 55.5 2nd career 400-yard game.
136: Testaverde, VinnyVinny Testaverde[58] October 27, 1996 Baltimore Ravens St. Louis Rams W 37–31 OT 51 31 429 3 2 91.1 2nd career 400-yard game.
137: Bledsoe, DrewDrew Bledsoe[68] November 3, 1996 New England Patriots Miami Dolphins W 42–23 41 30 419 3 2 109.7 3rd career 400-yard game.
138: Esiason, BoomerBoomer Esiason[56] November 10, 1996 Arizona Cardinals @Washington Redskins W 37–34 OT 59 35 522 3 4 77.1 4th career 400-yard game.
139: Moon, WarrenWarren Moon[62] October 26, 1997 Seattle Seahawks Oakland Raiders W 45–34 44 28 409 5 2 112.8 7th career 400-yard game.
140: Banks, TonyTony Banks[71] November 2, 1997 St. Louis Rams @Atlanta Falcons L 34–31 34 23 401 2 1 115.0
141: Foley, GlennGlenn Foley[72] September 6, 1998 New York Jets @San Francisco 49ers L 36–30 OT 58 30 415 3 1 85.1
142: Cunningham, RandallRandall Cunningham[59] October 5, 1998 Minnesota Vikings Green Bay Packers W 37–24 32 20 442 4 0 145.8 4th career 400-yard game.
143: Plummer, JakeJake Plummer[73] November 15, 1998 Arizona Cardinals Dallas Cowboys L 35–28 56 31 465 3 1 93.2
144: Bledsoe, DrewDrew Bledsoe[68] November 23, 1998 New England Patriots Miami Dolphins W 26–23 54 28 423 2 2 74.8 4th career 400-yard game.
145: Aikman, TroyTroy Aikman[74] November 26, 1998 Dallas Cowboys Minnesota Vikings L 46–36 57 34 455 1 0 90.9
146: Testaverde, VinnyVinny Testaverde[58] December 6, 1998 New York Jets Seattle Seahawks W 32–31 63 42 418 2 1 89.3 3rd career 400-yard game.
147: Elway, JohnJohn Elway[50] December 6, 1998 Denver Broncos Kansas City Chiefs W 35–31 32 22 400 2 1 119.3 2nd career 400-yard game.
148: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] September 26, 1999 Indianapolis Colts @San Diego Chargers W 27–19 54 29 404 2 1 82.6
149: Miller, JimJim Miller[76] November 14, 1999 Chicago Bears Minnesota Vikings L 27–24 OT 48 34 422 3 1 109.9
150: Harbaugh, JimJim Harbaugh[77] November 28, 1999 San Diego Chargers @Minnesota Vikings L 35–27 39 25 404 1 1 96.5
151: Garcia, JeffJeff Garcia[78] December 5, 1999 San Francisco 49ers @Cincinnati Bengals L 44–30 49 33 437 3 1 107.3
152: Johnson, BradBrad Johnson[79] December 26, 1999 Washington Redskins @San Francisco 49ers W 26–20 OT 47 32 471 2 1 105.9
153: George, JeffJeff George[80] January 17, 2000 Minnesota Vikings @St. Louis Rams L 49–37 50 29 423 4 1 104.0 Postseason 400-yard #009: 8th QB. NFC Divisional
154: Warner, KurtKurt Warner[81] January 30, 2000 St. Louis Rams Tennessee Titans W 23–16 45 24 414 2 0 99.7 Postseason 400-yard #010: 9th QB. Super Bowl. NFL Record: Most yards in Super Bowl
155: Warner, KurtKurt Warner[81] September 4, 2000 St. Louis Rams Denver Broncos W 41–36 35 25 441 3 3 106.5 2nd career 400-yard game.
156: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] September 25, 2000 Indianapolis Colts Jacksonville Jaguars W 43–14 36 23 440 4 0 143.3 2nd career 400-yard game.
157: Grbac, ElvisElvis Grbac[82] November 5, 2000 Kansas City Chiefs @Oakland Raiders L 49–31 53 39 504 2 2 99.9
158: Green, TrentTrent Green[83] November 5, 2000 St. Louis Rams Carolina Panthers L 27–24 42 29 431 2 0 118.3
159: Frerotte, GusGus Frerotte[84] November 19, 2000 Denver Broncos San Diego Chargers W 38–37 58 36 462 5 4 87.0
160: Brooks, AaronAaron Brooks[85] December 3, 2000 New Orleans Saints Denver Broncos L 38–23 48 30 441 2 2 89.0
161: Garcia, JeffJeff Garcia[78] December 17, 2000 San Francisco 49ers Chicago Bears W 17–0 44 36 402 2 0 119.9 2nd career 400-yard game. Highest completion percentage (81.8%, tie)
162: Testaverde, VinnyVinny Testaverde[58] December 24, 2000 New York Jets @Baltimore Ravens L 34–20 69 36 481 2 3 66.2 4th career 400-yard game.
163: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] September 23, 2001 Indianapolis Colts Buffalo Bills W 42–26 29 23 421 4 2 129.6 3rd career 400-yard game.
164: Batch, CharlieCharlie Batch[86] November 18, 2001 Detroit Lions @Arizona Cardinals L 45–38 62 36 436 3 3 75.7
165: Warner, KurtKurt Warner[81] November 18, 2001 St. Louis Rams @New England Patriots W 24–17 42 30 401 3 2 105.4 3rd career 400-yard game.
166: Chandler, ChrisChris Chandler[87] December 23, 2001 Atlanta Falcons Buffalo Bills W 33–30 40 28 431 2 2 101.1
167: Kitna, JonJon Kitna[88] December 30, 2001 Cincinnati Bengals Pittsburgh Steelers W 26–23 OT 68 35 411 2 1 73.8 Fewest yards/attempt (6.04)
168: Bledsoe, DrewDrew Bledsoe[68] September 15, 2002 Buffalo Bills @Minnesota Vikings W 45–39 OT 49 35 463 3 0 121.1 5th career 400-yard game.
169: Gannon, RichRich Gannon[89] September 15, 2002 Oakland Raiders @Pittsburgh Steelers W 30–17 64 43 403 1 2 76.5 Fewest yards/completion (9.4)
170: Brady, TomTom Brady[90] September 22, 2002 New England Patriots Kansas City Chiefs W 41–38 OT 54 39 410 4 1 110.9
171: Bledsoe, DrewDrew Bledsoe[68] October 6, 2002 Buffalo Bills Oakland Raiders L 49–31 53 32 417 2 3 74.2 6th career 400-yard game.
172: Maddox, TommyTommy Maddox[91] November 10, 2002 Pittsburgh Steelers Atlanta Falcons T 34–34 41 28 473 4 1 129.4
173: Bulger, MarcMarc Bulger[92] November 10, 2002 St. Louis Rams San Diego Chargers W 28–24 48 36 453 4 0 131.7
174: Hasselbeck, MattMatt Hasselbeck[93] December 1, 2002 Seattle Seahawks @San Francisco 49ers L 31–24 55 30 427 3 2 82.9
175: Hasselbeck, MattMatt Hasselbeck[93] December 29, 2002 Seattle Seahawks @San Diego Chargers W 31–28 OT 53 36 449 2 2 90.8 2nd career 400-yard game.
176: Holcomb, KellyKelly Holcomb[94] January 5, 2003 Cleveland Browns @Pittsburgh Steelers L 36–33 43 26 429 3 1 107.6 Postseason 400-yard #011: 10th QB. AFC Wild Card.
177: Macnair, SteveSteve McNair[95] October 12, 2003 Tennessee Titans Houston Texans W 38–17 27 18 421 3 0 146.8
178: Green, TrentTrent Green[83] October 12, 2003 Kansas City Chiefs @Green Bay Packers W 40–34 OT 45 27 400 3 0 111.3 2nd career 400-yard game.
179: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] November 16, 2003 Indianapolis Colts New York Jets W 38–31 36 27 401 1 0 120.3 4th career 400-yard game.
180: Rattay, TimTim Rattay[96] October 10, 2004 San Francisco 49ers Arizona Cardinals W 31–28 OT 57 38 417 2 0 99.8
181: Culpepper, DaunteDaunte Culpepper[97] October 17, 2004 Minnesota Vikings @New Orleans Saints W 38–31 37 26 425 5 2 125.6
182: Plummer, JakeJake Plummer[73] October 31, 2004 Denver Broncos Atlanta Falcons L 41–28 55 31 499 4 3 88.4 2nd career 400-yard game.
183: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] October 31, 2004 Indianapolis Colts @Kansas City Chiefs L 45–35 44 25 472 5 1 122.5 5th career 400-yard game.
184: Holcomb, KellyKelly Holcomb[94] November 28, 2004 Cleveland Browns @Cincinnati Bengals L 58–48 39 30 413 5 2 128.5 2nd career 400-yard game.
185: Bulger, MarcMarc Bulger[92] November 29, 2004 St. Louis Rams @Green Bay Packers L 45–17 53 35 448 2 1 97.1 2nd career 400-yard game.
186: Macnabb, DonovanDonovan McNabb[98] December 5, 2004 Philadelphia Eagles Green Bay Packers W 47–17 43 32 464 5 0 147.8
187: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] December 5, 2004 Indianapolis Colts Tennessee Titans W 51–24 33 25 425 3 2 122.3 6th career 400-yard game.
188: Hasselbeck, MattMatt Hasselbeck[93] December 6, 2004 Seattle Seahawks Dallas Cowboys L 43–39 40 28 414 3 0 128.5 3rd career 400-yard game.
189: Volek, BillyBilly Volek[99] December 13, 2004 Tennessee Titans Kansas City Chiefs L 49–38 43 29 426 4 0 130.6
190: Volek, BillyBilly Volek[99] December 19, 2004 Tennessee Titans @Oakland Raiders L 40–35 60 40 492 4 1 107.1 2nd career 400-yard game. Fourth QB with consecutive 400-yard games.
191: Culpepper, DaunteDaunte Culpepper[97] December 19, 2004 Minnesota Vikings @Detroit Lions W 28–27 35 25 404 3 1 126.4 2nd career 400-yard game.
192: Bulger, MarcMarc Bulger[92] January 2, 2005 St. Louis Rams New York Jets W 32–29 OT 39 29 450 3 2 116.4 3rd career 400-yard game.
193: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] January 9, 2005 Indianapolis Colts Denver Broncos W 49–24 33 27 458 4 1 145.7 Postseason 400-yard #012: 11th QB. AFC Wild Card. NFL Record: Postseason rating. 7th career 400-yard game. Highest completion percentage (81.8%, tie).
194: Bulger, MarcMarc Bulger[92] October 2, 2005 St. Louis Rams @New York Giants L 44–24 62 40 442 2 3 76.1 4th career 400-yard game.
195: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] September 17, 2006 Indianapolis Colts Houston Texans W 43–24 38 26 400 3 0 129.3 8th career 400-yard game.
196: Harrington, JoeyJoey Harrington[100] October 22, 2006 Miami Dolphins Green Bay Packers L 34–24 62 33 414 2 3 64.9
197: Roethlisberger, BenBen Roethlisberger[101] November 5, 2006 Pittsburgh Steelers Denver Broncos L 31–20 54 38 433 1 3 77.2
198: Palmer, CarsonCarson Palmer[102] November 12, 2006 Cincinnati Bengals San Diego Chargers L 49–41 42 31 440 3 0 131.1 Highest QB rating in a losing effort with 400+ yards.
199: Brees, DrewDrew Brees[103] November 19, 2006 New Orleans Saints Cincinnati Bengals L 31–16 52 37 510 2 3 91.0
200: Leinart, MattMatt Leinart[104] November 26, 2006 Arizona Cardinals @Minnesota Vikings L 31–26 51 31 405 1 2 76.0 Rookie. NFL record (later surpassed): Most passing yards in a game by a rookie.
201: Weinke, ChrisChris Weinke[105] December 10, 2006 Carolina Panthers New York Giants L 27–13 61 34 423 1 3 62.4
202: Palmer, CarsonCarson Palmer[102] September 16, 2007 Cincinnati Bengals @Cleveland Browns L 51–45 50 33 401 6 2 113.4 2nd career 400-yard game.
203: Kitna, JonJon Kitna[88] September 23, 2007 Detroit Lions @Philadelphia Eagles L 56–21 46 29 446 2 1 100.5 2nd career 400-yard game.
204: Brees, DrewDrew Brees[103] November 4, 2007 New Orleans Saints Jacksonville Jaguars W 41–24 49 35 445 3 0 119.9 2nd career 400-yard game.
205: Warner, KurtKurt Warner[81] November 25, 2007 Arizona Cardinals San Francisco 49ers L 37–31 OT 48 34 484 2 2 99.7 4th career 400-yard game.
206: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] January 13, 2008 Indianapolis Colts San Diego Chargers L 28–24 48 33 402 3 2 97.7 Postseason 400-yard #013: 2nd QB with postseason repeat. AFC Divisional. 9th career 400-yard game, 2nd in postseason.
207: Brees, DrewDrew Brees[103] September 21, 2008 New Orleans Saints @Denver Broncos L 34–32 48 39 421 1 0 110.2 3rd career 400-yard game.
208: Griese, BrianBrian Griese[106] September 21, 2008 Tampa Bay Buccaneers @Chicago Bears W 27–24 OT 67 38 407 2 3 66.0
209: Warner, KurtKurt Warner[81] September 28, 2008 Arizona Cardinals @New York Jets L 56–35 57 40 472 2 3 84.8 5th career 400-yard game.
210: Cutler, JayJay Cutler[107] November 6, 2008 Denver Broncos @Cleveland Browns W 34–30 42 24 447 3 1 107.9
211: Brees, DrewDrew Brees[103] November 9, 2008 New Orleans Saints @Atlanta Falcons L 34–20 58 31 422 2 3 66.9 4th career 400-yard game.
212: Cassel, MattMatt Cassel[108] November 13, 2008 New England Patriots New York Jets L 34–31 OT 51 30 400 3 0 103.4 First QB with 400+ passing yards and 60+ rushing yards in the same game.
213: Cassel, MattMatt Cassel[108] November 23, 2008 New England Patriots @Miami Dolphins W 48–28 43 30 415 3 1 114.0 2nd career 400-yard game, fifth QB with consecutive 400-yard games.
214: Schaub, MattMatt Schaub[109] December 7, 2008 Houston Texans @Green Bay Packers W 24–21 42 28 414 2 1 104.7
215: Rivers, PhilipPhilip Rivers[110] September 20, 2009 San Diego Chargers Baltimore Ravens L 31–26 45 25 436 2 2 85.0
216: Roethlisberger, BenBen Roethlisberger[101] October 18, 2009 Pittsburgh Steelers Cleveland Browns W 27–14 35 23 417 2 1 113.6 2nd career 400-yard game.
217: Macnabb, DonovanDonovan McNabb[98] November 15, 2009 Philadelphia Eagles @San Diego Chargers L 31–23 55 35 450 2 1 93.8 2nd career 400-yard game.
218: Stafford, MatthewMatthew Stafford[111] November 22, 2009 Detroit Lions Cleveland Browns W 38–37 43 26 422 5 2 112.7 Rookie. NFL record(later surpassed): Most passing yards in a game by a rookie. Youngest QB (age) with 400-yard passing game.
219: Brees, DrewDrew Brees[103] December 6, 2009 New Orleans Saints @Washington Redskins W 33–30 OT 49 35 419 2 1 102.3 5th career 400-yard game.
220: Roethlisberger, BenBen Roethlisberger[101] December 20, 2009 Pittsburgh Steelers Green Bay Packers W 37–36 46 29 503 3 0 121.9 3rd career 400-yard game.
221: Orton, KyleKyle Orton[112] January 3, 2010 Denver Broncos Kansas City Chiefs L 44–24 56 32 431 1 3 65.4
222: Rodgers, AaronAaron Rodgers[113] January 10, 2010 Green Bay Packers @Arizona Cardinals L 51–45 OT 42 28 422 4 1 121.3 Postseason 400-yard #014: 12th QB. NFC Wild Card.
223: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] September 12, 2010 Indianapolis Colts @Houston Texans L 34–24 57 40 433 3 0 109.8 10th career 400-yard game.
224: Schaub, MattMatt Schaub[109] September 19, 2010 Houston Texans @Washington Redskins W 30–27 OT 52 38 497 3 1 114.0 2nd career 400-yard game. 6th NFL game and 5th regular-season game with two 400-yard QBs.
225: Macnabb, DonovanDonovan McNabb[98] September 19, 2010 Washington Redskins Houston Texans L 30–27 OT 38 28 426 1 0 119.0 3rd career 400-yard game. 6th NFL game and 5th regular-season game with two 400-yard QBs.
226: Orton, KyleKyle Orton[112] September 26, 2010 Denver Broncos Indianapolis Colts L 27–13 57 37 476 1 1 89.5 2nd career 400-yard game.
227: Rivers, PhilipPhilip Rivers[110] September 26, 2010 San Diego Chargers @Seattle Seahawks L 27–20 53 29 455 2 2 80.3 2nd career 400-yard game.
228: Romo, TonyTony Romo[114] October 10, 2010 Dallas Cowboys Tennessee Titans L 34–27 46 31 406 3 3 89.5
229: Rivers, PhilipPhilip Rivers[110] October 10, 2010 San Diego Chargers @Oakland Raiders L 35–27 42 27 431 2 0 114.3 3rd career 400-yard game.
230: Palmer, CarsonCarson Palmer[102] October 24, 2010 Cincinnati Bengals @Atlanta Falcons L 39–32 50 36 412 3 0 116.4 3rd career 400-yard game.
231: Favre, BrettBrett Favre[66] November 7, 2010 Minnesota Vikings Arizona Cardinals W 27–24 OT 47 36 446 2 2 101.9 2nd career 400-yard game.
232: Cassel, MattMatt Cassel[108] November 14, 2010 Kansas City Chiefs @Denver Broncos L 49–29 53 33 469 4 0 116.0 3rd career 400-yard game.
233: Rodgers, AaronAaron Rodgers[113] December 26, 2010 Green Bay Packers New York Giants W 45–17 37 25 404 4 0 141.6 2nd career 400-yard game.
234: Brees, DrewDrew Brees[103] January 8, 2011 New Orleans Saints @Seattle Seahawks L 41–36 60 39 404 2 0 95.4 Postseason 400-yard #015: 13th QB. NFC Wild Card. 6th career 400-yard game.
235: Brees, DrewDrew Brees[103] September 8, 2011 New Orleans Saints @Green Bay Packers L 42–34 49 32 419 3 0 112.5 7th career 400-yard game.
236: Newton, CamCam Newton[115] September 11, 2011 Carolina Panthers @Arizona Cardinals L 28–21 37 24 422 2 1 110.4 Rookie. First career start. NFL record (tied) (later surpassed): Most passing yards in a game by a rookie.
237: Brady, TomTom Brady[90] September 12, 2011 New England Patriots @Miami Dolphins W 38–24 48 32 517 4 1 121.6 2nd career 400-yard game.
238: Henne, ChadChad Henne[116] September 12, 2011 Miami Dolphins New England Patriots L 38–24 49 30 416 2 1 93.6 Along with Tom Brady's 517 yards, it is the seventh time in history that two QBs surpass 400 yards in one game.
239: Newton, CamCam Newton[115] September 18, 2011 Carolina Panthers Green Bay Packers L 30–23 46 28 432 1 3 72.0 Rookie. NFL record(later surpassed): Most passing yards in a game by a rookie. Second 400-yard game and second career start. Sixth QB, and first rookie, with consecutive 400-yard games.
240: Brady, TomTom Brady[90] September 18, 2011 New England Patriots San Diego Chargers W 35–21 40 31 423 3 0 135.7 3rd career 400-yard game. Seventh QB with consecutive 400-yard games.
241: Vick, MichaelMichael Vick[117] October 2, 2011 Philadelphia Eagles San Francisco 49ers L 24–23 46 30 416 2 1 99.5
242: Rodgers, AaronAaron Rodgers[113] October 2, 2011 Green Bay Packers Denver Broncos W 49–23 38 29 408 4 1 134.5 3rd career 400-yard game.
243: Manning, EliEli Manning[118] October 9, 2011 New York Giants Seattle Seahawks L 36–25 39 24 420 3 3 91.8
244: Schaub, MattMatt Schaub[109] October 9, 2011 Houston Texans Oakland Raiders L 25–20 51 24 416 2 2 72.0 3rd career 400-yard game.
245: Young, VinceVince Young[119] November 27, 2011 Philadelphia Eagles New England Patriots L 38–20 48 26 400 1 1 80.2
246: Manning, EliEli Manning[118] November 28, 2011 New York Giants New Orleans Saints L 49–24 47 33 406 2 1 101.9 2nd career 400-yard game.
247: Stafford, MatthewMatthew Stafford[111] December 4, 2011 Detroit Lions @New Orleans Saints L 31–17 44 31 408 1 1 97.5 2nd career 400-yard game.
248: Manning, EliEli Manning[118] December 11, 2011 New York Giants Dallas Cowboys W 37–34 47 27 400 2 1 90.7 3rd career 400-yard game. 2nd QB ever with three 400-yard passing games in one season.
249: Brees, DrewDrew Brees[103] December 18, 2011 New Orleans Saints @Minnesota Vikings W 42–20 40 32 412 5 0 149.2 8th career 400-yard game.
250: Stafford, MatthewMatthew Stafford[111] January 1, 2012 Detroit Lions @Green Bay Packers L 41–45 59 36 520 5 2 103.8 NFL Record: 1,000 combined yards in game. Along with Matt Flynn's 480 yards, it is the eighth time in history that two QBs surpass 400 yards in one game. 4th career 400-yard game. First game in history that two QBs passed for 400 yards and 5 TDs each.
251: Flynn, MattMatt Flynn[120] January 1, 2012 Green Bay Packers Detroit Lions W 45–41 44 31 480 6 1 136.4 NFL Record: 1,000 combined yards in game. Eighth game in history that two QBs surpass 400 yards in one game. First game in history that two QBs passed for 400 yards and 5 TDs each.
252: Palmer, CarsonCarson Palmer[102] January 1, 2012 Oakland Raiders San Diego Chargers L 26-38 43 28 417 2 1 102.6 4th career 400-yard game.
253: Brees, DrewDrew Brees[103] January 7, 2012 New Orleans Saints Detroit Lions W 45-28 43 33 466 3 0 134.4 Postseason 400-yard #016: 1st QB with consecutive 400-yard postseason games. NFC Wild Card. 9th career 400-yard game, 2nd in postseason. Most yards in a regulation postseason game.
254: Brees, DrewDrew Brees[103] January 14, 2012 New Orleans Saints San Francisco 49ers L 32-36 63 40 462 4 2 93.4 Postseason 400-yard #017: 1st QB with 3 – and 3 consecutive – 400-yard postseason games. NFC Divisional. 10th career 400-yard game, 3rd in postseason. First QB with consecutive 400-yard games in a single postseason.
255: Manning, EliEli Manning[118] September 16, 2012 New York Giants Tampa Bay Buccaneers W 41-34 51 31 510 3 3 89.5 4th career 400-yard game. Thirteenth NFL quarterback to break 500 yards.
256: Tannehill, RyanRyan Tannehill[121] September 30, 2012 Miami Dolphins Arizona Cardinals L 21-24 41 26 431 1 2 86.5 Rookie.
257: Brees, DrewDrew Brees[103] September 30, 2012 New Orleans Saints Green Bay Packers L 27-28 54 35 446 3 0 109.0 11th career 400-yard game
258: Freeman, JoshJosh Freeman[122] October 21, 2012 Tampa Bay Buccaneers New Orleans Saints L 28-35 42 24 420 3 0 115.2
259: Romo, TonyTony Romo[114] October 28, 2012 Dallas Cowboys New York Giants L 24-29 62 36 437 1 4 58.3 2nd career 400-yard game
260: Luck, AndrewAndrew Luck[123] November 4, 2012 Indianapolis Colts Miami Dolphins W 23-20 48 30 433 2 0 105.6 Rookie. NFL record: Most passing yards in a game by a rookie.
261: Palmer, CarsonCarson Palmer[102] November 4, 2012 Oakland Raiders Tampa Bay Buccaneers L 32-42 61 39 414 4 3 85.0 5th career 400-yard game
262: Ryan, MattMatt Ryan[124] November 11, 2012 Atlanta Falcons New Orleans Saints L 27-31 52 34 411 3 1 100.7
263: Schaub, MattMatt Schaub[109] November 18, 2012 Houston Texans Jacksonville Jaguars W 43-37 (OT) 55 43 527 5 2 121.7 4th career 400-yard game, tied for 2nd for passing yards in a game
264: Stafford, MatthewMatthew Stafford[111] November 22, 2012 Detroit Lions Houston Texans L 31-34 (OT) 61 31 441 2 0 85.5 4th career 400-yard game
265: Romo, TonyTony Romo[114] November 22, 2012 Dallas Cowboys Washington Redskins L 31-38 63 37 441 3 2 84.1 3rd career 400-yard game
266: Brady, TomTom Brady[90] December 16, 2012 New England Patriots San Francisco 49ers L 34-41 65 36 443 1 2 68.9 4th career 400-yard game
267: Stafford, MatthewMatthew Stafford[111] December 22, 2012 Detroit Lions Atlanta Falcons L 31-18 56 37 443 0 1 82.7 5th career 400-yard game, new NFL record for most yards (443) in a regular season game with 0 TDs.
268: Romo, TonyTony Romo[114] December 23, 2012 Dallas Cowboys New Orleans Saints L 31-34 (OT) 43 26 416 4 0 123.8 4th career 400-yard game. 3rd QB ever with three 400-yard passing games in one season.
269: Brees, DrewDrew Brees[103] December 23, 2012 New Orleans Saints Dallas Cowboys W 34-31 (OT) 52 36 437 3 0 114.0 12th career 400-yard game
270: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] September 5, 2013 Denver Broncos Baltimore Ravens W 49-27 42 27 462 7 0 141.1 11th career 400-yard game. NFL record (tied): Most touchdown passes thrown in a game.
271: Kaepernick, ColinColin Kaepernick[125] September 8, 2013 San Francisco 49ers Green Bay Packers W 34-28 39 27 412 3 0 129.4 Although this was his first career 400-yard passing game, Kaepernick put up a combined 444 yards in SF's last meeting with GB[126]
272: Manning, EliEli Manning [118] September 8, 2013 New York Giants @Dallas Cowboys L 31-36 42 27 412 4 3 102.3 5th career 400-yard game.
273: Rodgers, AaronAaron Rodgers[113] September 15, 2013 Green Bay Packers Washington Redskins W 38-20 42 34 480 4 0 146.0 4th career 400-yard game.
274: Vick, MichaelMichael Vick[117] September 15, 2013 Philadelphia Eagles San Diego Chargers L 30-33 36 23 428 2 0 123.4 2nd career 400-yard game.
275: Rivers, PhilipPhilip Rivers [110] September 15, 2013 San Diego Chargers @Philadelphia Eagles W 33-30 47 36 419 3 0 124.3 4th career 400-yard game.
276: Roethlisberger, BenBen Roethlisberger[101] September 23, 2013 Pittsburgh Steelers Chicago Bears L 23-40 41 26 406 2 2 92.1 4th career 400-yard game.
277: Rivers, PhilipPhilip Rivers[110] September 29, 2013 San Diego Chargers Dallas Cowboys W 30-21 42 35 401 3 1 131.6 5th career 400-yard game
278: Ryan, MattMatt Ryan[124] September 29, 2013 Atlanta Falcons New England Patriots L 23-30 54 34 421 2 1 102.9 2nd career 400-yard game
279 Brees, DrewDrew Brees[103] September 30, 2013 New Orleans Saints Miami Dolphins W 38-17 39 30 413 4 0 144.5 13th career 400-yard game.
280: Romo, TonyTony Romo [114] October 6, 2013 Dallas Cowboys Denver Broncos L 51-48 36 25 506 5 1 140.0 5th career 400-yard game.
281: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] October 6, 2013 Denver Broncos @Dallas Cowboys W 51-48 42 33 414 4 1 129.6 12th career 400-yard game.
282: Rivers, PhilipPhilip Rivers[110] October 6, 2013 San Diego Chargers @Oakland Raiders L 27-17 48 36 411 2 3 88.1 6th career 400-yard game.
283: Stafford, MatthewMatthew Stafford[111] October 27, 2013 Detroit Lions Dallas Cowboys W 31-30 48 33 488 1 2 91.3 6th career 400-yard game.
284: Foles, NickNick Foles[127] November 3, 2013 Philadelphia Eagles Oakland Raiders W 49-20 28 22 406 7 0 158.3 NFL record (tied): Most touchdown passes thrown in a game. NFL record (tied): perfect 158.3 rating.
285: Roethlisberger, BenBen Roethlisberger[101] November 3, 2013 Pittsburgh Steelers New England Patriots L 31-55 48 28 400 4 2 95.8 5th career 400-yard game.
286: Brady, TomTom Brady[90] November 3, 2013 New England Patriots Pittsburgh Steelers W 55-31 33 23 432 4 0 151.8 5th career 400-yard game.
287: Palmer, CarsonCarson Palmer[102] November 17, 2013 Arizona Cardinals Jacksonville Jaguars W 27-14 42 30 419 2 0 119.0 6th career 400-yard game.
288: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] December 1, 2013 Denver Broncos Kansas City Chiefs W 35-28 35 22 403 5 2 150 13th career 400-yard game.
289: Fitzpatrick, RyanRyan Fitzpatrick December 15, 2013 Tennessee Titans Arizona Cardinals L 34-37 OT 58 36 402 4 2 91.3
290: Foles, NickNick Foles[127] December 15, 2013 Philadelphia Eagles Minnesota Vikings L 30-48 48 30 428 3 1 103.5 2nd career 400-yard game.
291: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] December 22, 2013 Denver Broncos Houston Texans W 37-13 51 32 400 4 0 113.2 14th career 400-yard game.
292: Palmer, CarsonCarson Palmer[102] December 29, 2013 Arizona Cardinals San Francisco 49ers L 23-20 49 28 407 2 1 89.4 7th career 400-yard game.
293: Luck, AndrewAndrew Luck[123] January 4, 2014 Indianapolis Colts Kansas City Chiefs W 45-44 45 29 443 4 3 98.7 Postseason 400-yard #018: 14th QB. NFC Wild Card. 2nd career 400-yard game.
294: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] January 19, 2014 Denver Broncos New England Patriots W 26-16 43 32 400 2 0 118.4 Postseason 400-yard #019: AFC Championship. 15th career 400-yard game, 3rd in postseason.
295: Ryan, MattMatt Ryan[124] September 7, 2014 Atlanta Falcons New Orleans Saints W 37-34 43 31 448 3 0 128.8 3rd career 400-yard game.
296: Cousins, KirkKirk Cousins[128] September 21, 2014 Washington Redskins @Philadelphia Eagles L 37-34 48 30 427 3 1 103.4
297: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] October 5, 2014 Denver Broncos Arizona Cardinals W 41-20 47 31 479 4 2 110.2 16th career 400-yard game.
298: Roethlisberger, BenBen Roethlisberger[101] October 26, 2014 Pittsburgh Steelers Indianapolis Colts W 51-34 49 40 522 6 0 150.6 6th 400-yard game and 2nd career 500-yard game.
299: Luck, AndrewAndrew Luck[123] October 26, 2014 Indianapolis Colts @Pittsburgh Steelers L 34-51 45 26 400 3 2 91.0 3rd career 400-yard game.
300: Foles, NickNick Foles[127] October 26, 2014 Philadelphia Eagles @Arizona Cardinals L 20-24 62 36 411 2 2 75.4 3rd career 400-yard game.
301: Rodgers, AaronAaron Rodgers[113] October 26, 2014 Green Bay Packers @New Orleans Saints L 23-44 28 39 418 1 2 64.1 5th career 400-yard game.
302: Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning[75] November 2, 2014 Denver Broncos @New England Patriots L 21-43 57 34 438 2 2 80.9 17th career 400-yard game.
303: Brees, DrewDrew Brees[103] November 24, 2014 New Orleans Saints Baltimore Ravens L 27-34 45 35 420 3 1 118.5 14th career 400-yard game.
304: Roethlisberger, BenBen Roethlisberger[101] November 30, 2014 Pittsburgh Steelers New Orleans Saints L 32-35 58 32 435 2 2 76.4 7th career 400-yard game.
# Quarterback Date Team Opponent Result Att. Comp. Yds TDs INTs Rtg Notes

Quarterbacks with multiple games of 400 or more yards passing[edit]

Quarterback Games w/400+ Yards
(Reg. season)
Games w/400+ Yards
(Postseason)
Total
Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning 14 3 17
Marino, DanDan Marino 13 2 15
Brees, DrewDrew Brees 11 3 14
Fouts, DanDan Fouts 6 1 7
Montana, JoeJoe Montana 7 0 7
Moon, WarrenWarren Moon 7 0 7
Palmer, CarsonCarson Palmer 7 0 7
Roethlisberger, BenBen Roethlisberger 7 0 7
Bledsoe, DrewDrew Bledsoe 6 0 6
Rivers, PhilipPhilip Rivers 6 0 6
Stafford, MatthewMatthew Stafford 6 0 6
Brady, TomTom Brady 5 0 5
Jurgensen, SonnySonny Jurgensen 5 0 5
Krieg, DaveDave Krieg 5 0 5
Manning, EliEli Manning 5 0 5
Rodgers, AaronAaron Rodgers 4 1 5
Romo, TonyTony Romo 5 0 5
Warner, KurtKurt Warner 4 1 5
Bulger, MarcMarc Bulger 4 0 4
Cunningham, RandallRandall Cunningham 3 1 4
Esiason, BoomerBoomer Esiason 4 0 4
Kramer, TommyTommy Kramer 4 0 4
Schaub, MattMatt Schaub 4 0 4
Testaverde, VinnyVinny Testaverde 4 0 4
Cassel, MattMatt Cassel 3 0 3
Hasselbeck, MattMatt Hasselbeck 3 0 3
Kosar, BernieBernie Kosar 2 1 3
Macnabb, DonovanDonovan McNabb 3 0 3
Namath, JoeJoe Namath 3 0 3
Simms, PhilPhil Simms 3 0 3
Young, SteveSteve Young 3 0 3
Ryan, MattMatt Ryan 3 0 3
Luck, AndrewAndrew Luck 2 1 3
Foles, NickNick Foles 3 0 3
Anderson, KenKen Anderson 2 0 2
Blanda, GeorgeGeorge Blanda 2 0 2
Brunell, MarkMark Brunell 2 0 2
Culpepper, DaunteDaunte Culpepper 2 0 2
Elway, JohnJohn Elway 2 0 2
Favre, BrettBrett Favre 2 0 2
Garcia, JeffJeff Garcia 2 0 2
Green, TrentTrent Green 2 0 2
Holcomb, KellyKelly Holcomb 1 1 2
Johnson, CharleyCharley Johnson 2 0 2
Kelly, JimJim Kelly 1 1 2
Kitna, JonJon Kitna 2 0 2
Lomax, NeilNeil Lomax 2 0 2
Meredith, DonDon Meredith 2 0 2
Newton, CamCam Newton 2 0 2
Obrien, KenKen O'Brien 2 0 2
Orton, KyleKyle Orton 2 0 2
Plummer, JakeJake Plummer 2 0 2
Rypien, MarkMark Rypien 2 0 2
Todd, RichardRichard Todd 2 0 2
Vick, MichaelMichael Vick 2 0 2
Volek, BillyBilly Volek 2 0 2
Williams, DougDoug Williams 2 0 2

Quarterbacks with consecutive games of 400 or more yards[edit]

Only nine quarterbacks have, by NFL standards, had 400 or more passing yards in back-to-back games. Eight have done so in the regular season, and Drew Brees has done so in the postseason. Cam Newton accomplished this feat in his first two professional games, and Tom Brady also had 400-yard games in the same two weeks of the NFL season as Newton.

*Two quarterbacks, Kurt Warner and Brees, have thrown for 400 or more yards in their final post-season game of a season and then passed for 400 or more yards in the first game of the following regular season. Warner did so with the St. Louis Rams in his Super Bowl XXXIV win on January 30, 2000 and again in the Rams' Week 1 win on Sept. 4, 2000. Brees accomplished the same feat in the New Orleans Saints' loss in the Wild Card round of the 2010–11 NFC playoffs and the Saints' Week 1 loss in the 2011 Kickoff Game. Note that the NFL does not recognize these cases as "consecutive games". By contrast, Brees' 400-yard performances in the Wild Card and Divisional rounds of the 2011–12 playoffs do count as "consecutive", as they were accomplished in a single season.

Top 10 games of 400 or more yards by category[edit]

Rank Rating Completion
Percentage
Touchdown
Percentage
Yards Per Attempt Total Yards
1 158.3 83.3% 21.9% 18.6 554
Player Ken O'Brien: 1986; Nick Foles: 2013 Philip Rivers: Week 4, 2013 Sid Luckman: 1943 Sammy Baugh: 1948 Norm Van Brocklin: 1951
2 157.6 81.8% 21.9% 17.8 527
Player Phil Simms: 1984 Jeff Garcia: 2000 George Blanda: Week 11, 1961 Joe Namath: 1972 Warren Moon: 1990
3 152.8 81.8% 21.4% 15.6 527
Player Sammy Baugh: 1948 Peyton Manning: 2005 Joe Namath: 1972 Steve McNair: 2003 Matt Schaub: 2012
4 151.4 81.8% 20.7% 15.0 522
Player Y. A. Tittle: 1962 Ken O'Brien: 1986 Tom Flores: 1963 James Harris: 1976 Boomer Esiason: 1996
5 150.6 81.6% 19.4% 14.52 522
Player Ben Roethlisberger: 2014 Ben Roethlisberger: 2014 Mark Rypien: 1991 Peyton Manning: 2001 Ben Roethlisberger: 2014
6 149.2 81.3% 18.0% 14.50 521
Player Drew Brees: 2011 Steve Young: 1993 Y. A. Tittle: 1962 George Blanda: 1961 Dan Marino: 1988
7 147.8 81.3% 16.7% 14.4 520
Player Donovan McNabb: 2004 Drew Brees: 2008 Sammy Baugh: 1948 Steve Young: 1993 Matthew Stafford: 2012
8 146.8 80.4% 16.7% 14.3 517
Player Steve McNair: 2003 Neil Lomax: 1984 Boomer Esiason: 1986 Mark Rypien: 1991 Tom Brady: 2011
9 145.8 80.0% 16.3% 14.2 513
Player Randall Cunningham: 1998 Drew Brees: Week 16, 2011 Joe Kapp: 1969 Boomer Esiason: 1986 Phil Simms: 1985
10 145.7 79.3% 16.1% 14.06 510
Player Peyton Manning: 2005 Peyton Manning: 2001 Don Horn: 1969 Tony Romo: 2013 Drew Brees: 2006; Eli Manning: 2012

Every game with two 400 or more yard quarterbacks[edit]

Rank Quarterback Date Game Attempts Comp Yards TDs INTs Rating
1 Matthew Stafford
Matt Flynn
1/1/2012 Detroit Lions: 41
Green Bay Packers: 45
59
44
36
31
520
480
5
6
2
1
103.8
126.9
Total: 86 Points 103 67 1,000 11 3
2 Tom Brady
Chad Henne
9/12/2011 New England Patriots: 38
Miami Dolphins: 24
48
49
32
30
517
416
4
2
1
1
121.6
93.6
Total: 62 Points 97 62 933 6 2
3 Ken O'Brien
Dan Marino
9/21/1986 New York Jets: 51
Miami Dolphins: 45
43
50
29
30
479
448
4
6
1
2
126.0
112.3
Total: 96 Points 93 59 927 10 3
4 Matt Schaub
Donovan McNabb
9/19/2010 Houston Texans: 30
Washington Redskins: 27
52
38
38
28
497
426
3
1
1
0
114.0
119.0
Total: 57 Points 90 66 923 4 1
5 Ben Rothlisberger
Andrew Luck
10/26/2014 Pittsburgh Steelers: 51
Indianapolis Colts: 34
49
40
40
26
522
400
6
3
0
2
150.6
90.1
Total: 84 Points 94 66 922 9 2
6 Peyton Manning
Tony Romo
10/6/2013 Denver Broncos: 51
Dallas Cowboys: 48
42
36
33
25
414
506
4
5
1
1
129.6
140.0
Total: 99 Points 78 58 920 9 2
7 Dan Marino
Drew Bledsoe
9/4/1994 Miami Dolphins: 39
New England Patriots: 35
42
51
23
32
473
421
5
4
1
2
124.3
96.6
Total: 74 Points 93 55 894 9 3
8 Drew Brees
Tony Romo
12/23/2012 New Orleans Saints: 34
Dallas Cowboys: 31
53
43
37
26
446
416
3
4
0
0
114.2
123.8
Total: 65 Points 95 62 862 7 0
9 Jim Kelly
Steve Young
9/13/1992 Buffalo Bills: 34
San Francisco 49ers: 31
33
37
22
26
403
449
3
3
1
1
126.2
127.0
Total: 65 Points 70 48 852 6 2
10 Dan Fouts
Ken Anderson
12/20/1982 San Diego Chargers: 50
Cincinnati Bengals: 34
40
56
25
40
435
416
1
2
2
1
87.0
97.0
Total: 84 Points 96 65 851 3 3
11 Philip Rivers
Michael Vick
9/15/2013 San Diego Chargers: 33
Philadelphia Eagles: 30
47
36
36
23
419
428
3
2
0
0
124.3
123.4
Total: 63 Points 83 59 847 5 0
12 Dan Fouts
Don Strock
1/2/1982 San Diego Chargers: 41
Miami Dolphins: 38
53
43
33
29
433
403
3
4
1
1
116.2
118.7
Total: 79 Points 96 62 836 7 2
13 Tom Brady
Ben Roethlisberger
11/3/2013 New England 55
Pittsburgh Steelers 31
33
48
23
28
432
400
4
4
0
2
151.8
95.8
Total: 86 Points 81 51 832 8 2

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