List of most consecutive starts and games played by National Football League players

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Brett Favre, the all-time leader in consecutive starts by an NFL player.

This is a list of the most consecutive starts and games played by a player by position in the NFL.[1][2]

Brett Favre's starts streak of 297 games is the longest all-time.[3][4] Among defensive players, Jim Marshall's starts streak of 270 is the longest all-time.[3] Of special note is punter Jeff Feagles, who played in 352 consecutive games which is the longest of all-time for a special teams player.[5] Special teams players are not credited with starts in the NFL.[1][6] In 2014, Jason Witten became the most recent player to surpass someone at his position for consecutive starts, having broken the previous mark for tight ends previously held by Tony Gonzalez.[7][8]

Updated through the 2014 season in progress; through game 16 NFL season

Bold denotes an active streak

Leader boards[edit]

Consecutive games started[edit]

All-time starts[edit]

London Fletcher is the most recent player to achieve 200 consecutive starts by an NFL player.

Minimum 200 consecutive regular season starts[1][2][9]

Rank Player Pos Period Teams Regular season Playoffs Total
1 Brett Favre QB 9/27/1992 – 12/5/2010 Green Bay; NY Jets; Minnesota 297[10][11] 24 321
2 Jim Marshall DE 9/17/1961 – 12/16/1979 Minnesota 270[12][13] 19 289
3 Mick Tingelhoff C 9/16/1962 – 12/17/1978 Minnesota 240[14][15] 19 259
4 Bruce Matthews OL 11/29/1987 – 1/6/2002 Houston/Tennessee 229[16][17] 15 244
5 Will Shields RG 9/12/1993 – 12/31/2006 Kansas City 223[18][19] 8 231
6T Alan Page DT 10/8/1967 – 12/20/1981 Minnesota; Chicago 215[20][21] 19 234
6T Ronde Barber DB 11/21/1999 – 12/30/2012 Tampa Bay 215[22][23] 9 224
6T London Fletcher LB 11/12/2000 – 12/29/2013 St. Louis; Buffalo; Washington 215[24][25] 6 221
9 Jim Otto C 9/11/1960 – 12/14/1974 Oakland 210[26][27] 13 223
10T Derrick Brooks LB 9/1/1996 – 12/28/2008 Tampa Bay 208[28][29] 11 219
10T Peyton Manning QB 9/6/1998 – 1/2/2011 Indianapolis 208[30][31] 19 227
12 Gene Upshaw LG 9/10/1967 – 10/4/1981 Oakland 207[32][33] 24 231
13 Randall McDaniel LG 10/22/1989 – 1/6/2002 Minnesota; Tampa Bay 202[34][35] 16 218

Other active leaders[edit]

Minimum 100 consecutive regular season starts[36]

Player Pos Teams played for during streak Reg. season starts Ref
Eli Manning QB New York Giants 167 [36][37]
D'Brickashaw Ferguson OT New York Jets 144 [36][38]
Philip Rivers QB San Diego Chargers 144 [36][39]
Jason Witten TE Dallas Cowboys 131 [36][7]
Chris Myers C Denver Broncos
Houston Texans
128 [36][40][41]
Joe Thomas OT Cleveland Browns 128 [42][43]
Donald Penn OT Tamba Bay Buccaneers
Oakland Raiders
124 [44][45]
Antoine Bethea S Indianapolis Colts
San Francisco 49ers
112 [46][47]
Brandon Carr CB Kansas City Chiefs
Dallas Cowboys
112 [48]
Joe Flacco QB Baltimore Ravens 112 [49][50]

Consecutive games played[edit]

All-time games played[edit]

Jeff Feagles, the all-time leader in consecutive games played by an NFL player.

Top 25 players for consecutive regular season games played[1][51][52]

Rank Player Pos Period Teams Consecutive games Playoffs Total
1 Jeff Feagles P 9/4/1988 – 1/3/2010 New England; Philadelphia; Arizona; Seattle; NY Giants 352[6][53] 11 363
2 Brett Favre QB 9/13/1992 – 12/5/2010 Green Bay; NY Jets; Minnesota 299[10][54] 24 323
3 Jim Marshall DE 9/25/1960 – 12/16/1979 Cleveland; Minnesota 282[12][55] 19 301
4 London Fletcher LB 9/6/1998 – 12/29/2013 St. Louis; Buffalo; Washington 256[24][25] 9 265
5 Morten Andersen K 10/25/1987 – 12/15/2002 New Orleans; Atlanta; NY Giants; Kansas City 248[56][57] 8 256
6 Chris Gardocki P 11/28/1991 – 12/31/2006 Chicago; Indianapolis; Cleveland; Pittsburgh 244[58][59] 14 258
7 Bill Romanowski LB 9/4/1988 – 9/22/2003 San Francisco; Philadelphia; Denver; Oakland 243[60][61] 28 271
8T Mick Tingelhoff C 9/16/1962 – 12/17/1978 Minnesota 240[14][15] 19 259
8T Ryan Longwell K 9/1/1997 – 1/1/2012 Green Bay; Minnesota 240[62][63] 13 253
8T Ronde Barber DB 9/6/1998 – 12/30/12 Tampa Bay 240[22][23] 9 249
11T Jim Bakken K 11/25/1962 – 12/17/1978 St. Louis 234[64][65] 2 236
11T Gary Anderson K 10/25/1987 – 1/7/2002 Pittsburgh; Philadelphia; San Francisco; Minnesota; Tennessee 234[66][67] 17 251
13 Bruce Matthews OL 11/29/1987 – 1/6/2002 Houston/Tennessee 232[16][68] 15 247
14 Jim Turner K 9/12/1964 – 12/17/1979 NY Jets; Denver 228[69][70] 8 236
15T George Blanda K/QB 9/11/1960 – 12/21/1975 Houston; Oakland 224[71][72] 18 242
15T John Hadl QB/P 9/7/1962 – 12/18/1977 San Diego; LA Rams; Green Bay; Houston 224[73][74] 4 228
15T Dan Stryzinski P 9/9/1990 – 12/28/2003 Pittsburgh; Tampa Bay; Atlanta; Kansas City; NY Jets 224[75][76] 4 228
15T Will Shields RG 9/5/1993 – 12/31/2006 Kansas City 224[18][77] 8 232
15T Derrick Brooks LB 9/3/1995 – 12/28/2008 Tampa Bay 224[28][78] 11 235
15T Kevin Carter DE/DT 9/3/1995 – 12/28/2008 St. Louis; Tennessee; Miami; Tampa Bay 224[79][80] 9 233
15T Ethan Albright LS 9/1/1996 – 1/3/2010 Buffalo; Washington 224[81][82] 6 230
22 Lorenzo Neal FB 9/4/1994 – 12/9/2007 New Orleans; NY Jets; Tampa Bay; Cincinnati; San Diego 221[83][84] 7 228
23T Alan Page DT 9/17/1967 – 12/20/1981 Minnesota; Chicago 218[20][21] 19 237
23T Clyde Simmons DE 10/25/1987 – 12/24/2000 Philadelphia; Arizona; Jacksonville; Cincinnati; Chicago 218[85][86] 9 227
23T Kendall Gammon LS 9/6/1992 – 11/20/2005 Pittsburgh; New Orleans; Kansas City 218[87][88] 8 226

Consecutive starts by position[edit]

Offensive skilled[edit]

Tim Brown, the all-time leader in consecutive starts by an NFL wide receiver.
Position Player Period Teams Consecutive starts Playoffs Total
Quarterback Brett Favre 9/27/1992 – 12/5/2010 Green Bay; NY Jets; Minnesota 297[10][11] 24 321
Wide receiver Tim Brown 12/14/1992 – 12/7/2003 LA/Oakland 176[89][90] 9 185
Running back Walter Payton 12/7/1975 – 9/20/1987 Chicago 170[91][92] 8 178
Tight end Jason Witten 12/16/2006 – present Dallas 131[7][8] 4 135
Fullback Jim Brown 9/29/1957 – 12/19/1965 Cleveland 118[43][93] 4 122

Offensive linemen[edit]

Position Player Period Teams Consecutive starts Playoffs Total
Center Mick Tingelhoff 9/16/1962 – 12/17/1978 Minnesota 240[14][15] 19 259
Right guard Will Shields 9/12/1993 – 12/31/2006 Kansas City 223[18][19] 8 231
Left guard Gene Upshaw 9/10/1967 – 10/4/1981 Oakland 207[32][33] 24 231
Left tackle Doug Dieken 11/21/1971 – 12/16/1984 Cleveland 194[43][94] 4 198
Right tackle Jon Runyan 8/31/1997 – 12/28/2008 Tennessee; Philadelphia 192[95][96] 21 213

Defensive linemen[edit]

Alan Page the all-time leader in consecutive starts by an NFL defensive tackle.
Position Player Period Teams Consecutive starts Playoffs Total
Defensive end Jim Marshall 9/17/1961 – 12/16/1979 Minnesota 270[12][13] 19 289
Weakside defensive end Jim Marshall 9/16/1962 – 12/16/1979 Minnesota 256[12][97] 19 275
Defensive tackle Alan Page 10/8/1967 – 12/20/1981 Minnesota; Chicago 215[20][21] 19 234
Weakside defensive tackle Alan Page 9/14/1968 – 12/20/1981 Minnesota; Chicago 204[20][98] 19 223
Strongside defensive tackle Merlin Olsen 12/9/1962 – 12/11/1976 Los Angeles 198[99][100][101][102][103][104] 9 207
Strongside defensive end Jack Youngblood 10/8/1972 – 12/2/1984 Los Angeles 184[105][106] 16 200
Nose tackle Fred Smerlas 9/7/1980 – 9/20/1987 Buffalo 107[107][108] 3 110

Linebackers[edit]

Position Player Period Teams Consecutive starts Playoffs Total
Linebacker London Fletcher 11/12/2000 – 12/29/2013 St. Louis; Buffalo; Washington 215[24][25] 6 221
Weakside linebacker Derrick Brooks 9/1/1996 – 12/28/2008 Tampa Bay 208[28][29] 11 219
Middle linebacker Lee Roy Jordan 9/18/1966 – 12/12/1976 Dallas 154[109][110] 19 173
Right outside linebacker Robert Brazile 9/21/1975 – 12/16/1984 Houston 147[25][111] 7 154
Strongside linebacker Bill Romanowski 9/4/1994 – 9/22/2003 Philadelphia; Denver; Oakland 140[60][61] 14 154
Left outside linebacker Jason Gildon 11/3/1996 – 12/28/2003 Pittsburgh 120[112][113] 8 128
Left inside linebacker Levon Kirkland 11/27/1994 – 12/24/2000 Pittsburgh 107[114][115] 9 116
Right inside linebacker Frank LeMaster 9/18/1977 – 1/2/1983 Philadelphia 87[116][117] 7 94

Defensive backs[edit]

Position Player Period Teams Consecutive starts Playoffs Total
Defensive back Ronde Barber 11/21/1999 – 12/30/2012 Tampa Bay 215[22][23] 9 224
Cornerback Ronde Barber 11/21/1999 – 9/9/2012 Tampa Bay 200[22][118] 9 209
Safety Willie Wood 9/17/1961 – 12/19/1971 Green Bay 154[119][120][121] 9 163
Strong Safety Bill Thompson 9/16/1973 – 12/20/1981 Denver 134[122][123] 5 139
Free Safety Darryl Williams 10/11/1992 – 12/27/1998 Cincinnati; Seattle 108[124][125] 0 108

Special teams[edit]

Ethan Albright, the all-time leader in consecutive games played by an NFL long snapper.
Position Player Period Teams Consecutive games Playoffs Total
Punter Jeff Feagles 9/4/1988 – 1/3/2010 New England; Philadelphia; Arizona; Seattle; NY Giants 352[6][53] 11 363
Kicker Morten Andersen 10/25/1987 – 12/15/2002 New Orleans; Atlanta; NY Giants; Kansas City 248[56][57] 8 256
Long snapper Ethan Albright 9/1/1996 – 1/3/2010 Buffalo; Washington 224[81][82] 6 230
Kick/Punt returner Carl Roaches 9/7/1980 – 12/16/1984 Houston 73[126][127] 1 74

Note: Games played by special teams players such as kickers and punters are not recognized officially as starts by the NFL.[1][6][56]

See also[edit]

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