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 2015 season

Bold denotes an active streak

Leader boards[edit]

Consecutive games started[edit]

All-time starts[edit]

London Fletcher, 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]

Eli Manning, the active leader for consecutive starts by an NFL player.

Minimum 100 consecutive regular season starts[36]

Player Pos Teams played for during streak Reg. season starts Ref
Eli Manning QB New York Giants 183 [36][37]
Philip Rivers QB San Diego Chargers 160 [36][38]
Jason Witten TE Dallas Cowboys 147 [7][36]
Joe Thomas OT Cleveland Browns 144 [39][40]
Donald Penn OT Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Oakland Raiders
140 [41][42]
Brandon Carr CB Kansas City Chiefs
Dallas Cowboys
128 [43]
David Harris LB New York Jets 116 [44][45]
Tom Brady QB New England Patriots 112 [46]
James Laurinaitis LB Saint Louis Rams 112 [47][48]
Andy Levitre OG Buffalo Bills
Atlanta Falcons
112 [49][50]
Julius Peppers DE/LB Chicago Bears
Green Bay Packers
102 [51]

Consecutive games played[edit]

All-time games played[edit]

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

Top 25 players for consecutive regular season games played[1][52][53]

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][54] 11 363
2 Brett Favre QB 9/13/1992 – 12/5/2010 Green Bay; NY Jets; Minnesota 299[10][55] 24 323
3 Jim Marshall DE 9/25/1960 – 12/16/1979 Cleveland; Minnesota 282[12][56] 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[57][58] 8 256
6 Chris Gardocki P 11/28/1991 – 12/31/2006 Chicago; Indianapolis; Cleveland; Pittsburgh 244[59][60] 14 258
7 Bill Romanowski LB 9/4/1988 – 9/22/2003 San Francisco; Philadelphia; Denver; Oakland 243[61][62] 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[63][64] 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[65][66] 2 236
11T Gary Anderson K 10/25/1987 – 1/7/2002 Pittsburgh; Philadelphia; San Francisco; Minnesota; Tennessee 234[67][68] 17 251
13 Bruce Matthews OL 11/29/1987 – 1/6/2002 Houston/Tennessee 232[16][69] 15 247
14 Jim Turner K 9/12/1964 – 12/17/1979 NY Jets; Denver 228[70][71] 8 236
15T George Blanda K/QB 9/11/1960 – 12/21/1975 Houston; Oakland 224[72][73] 18 242
15T John Hadl QB/P 9/7/1962 – 12/18/1977 San Diego; LA Rams; Green Bay; Houston 224[74][75] 4 228
15T Dan Stryzinski P 9/9/1990 – 12/28/2003 Pittsburgh; Tampa Bay; Atlanta; Kansas City; NY Jets 224[76][77] 4 228
15T Will Shields RG 9/5/1993 – 12/31/2006 Kansas City 224[18][78] 8 232
15T Derrick Brooks LB 9/3/1995 – 12/28/2008 Tampa Bay 224[28][79] 11 235
15T Kevin Carter DE/DT 9/3/1995 – 12/28/2008 St. Louis; Tennessee; Miami; Tampa Bay 224[80][81] 9 233
15T Ethan Albright LS 9/1/1996 – 1/3/2010 Buffalo; Washington 224[82][83] 6 230
22 Shane Lechler P 9/29/2002 – present Oakland; Houston 222[84] 8 230
23 Lorenzo Neal FB 9/4/1994 – 12/9/2007 New Orleans; NY Jets; Tampa Bay; Cincinnati; San Diego 221[85][86] 7 228
24T Alan Page DT 9/17/1967 – 12/20/1981 Minnesota; Chicago 218[20][21] 19 237
24T Clyde Simmons DE 10/25/1987 – 12/24/2000 Philadelphia; Arizona; Jacksonville; Cincinnati; Chicago 218[87][88] 9 227
24T Kendall Gammon LS 9/6/1992 – 11/20/2005 Pittsburgh; New Orleans; Kansas City 218[89][90] 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[91][92] 9 185
Running back Walter Payton 12/7/1975 – 9/20/1987 Chicago 170[93][94] 8 178
Tight end Jason Witten 12/16/2006 – present Dallas 147[7][8] 7 154
Fullback Jim Brown 9/29/1957 – 12/19/1965 Cleveland 118[40][95] 4 122

Offensive linemen[edit]

Gene Upshaw, the all-time leader in consecutive starts by an NFL left guard, holds the record for consecutive starts including playoffs to begin a career at any position (231).
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[40][96] 4 198
Right tackle Jon Runyan 8/31/1997 – 12/28/2008 Tennessee; Philadelphia 192[97][98] 21 213

Defensive linemen[edit]

Jim Marshall, the all-time leader in consecutive starts by an NFL defensive end.
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][99] 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][100] 19 223
Strongside defensive tackle Merlin Olsen 12/9/1962 – 12/11/1976 Los Angeles 198[101][102][103][104][105][106] 9 207
Strongside defensive end Jack Youngblood 10/8/1972 – 12/2/1984 Los Angeles 184[107][108] 16 200
Nose tackle Fred Smerlas 9/7/1980 – 9/20/1987 Buffalo 107[109][110] 3 110

Linebackers[edit]

Derrick Brooks, the all-time leader in consecutive starts by an NFL weakside linebacker.
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[111][112] 19 173
Right outside linebacker Robert Brazile 9/21/1975 – 12/16/1984 Houston 147[25][113] 7 154
Strongside linebacker Bill Romanowski 9/4/1994 – 9/22/2003 Philadelphia; Denver; Oakland 140[61][62] 14 154
Left outside linebacker Jason Gildon 11/3/1996 – 12/28/2003 Pittsburgh 120[114][115] 8 128
Left inside linebacker Levon Kirkland 11/27/1994 – 12/24/2000 Pittsburgh 107[116][117] 9 116
Right inside linebacker Frank LeMaster 9/18/1977 – 1/2/1983 Philadelphia 87[118][119] 7 94

Defensive backs[edit]

Ronde Barber, the all-time leader in consecutive starts by an NFL defensive back.
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][120] 9 209
Safety Willie Wood 9/17/1961 – 12/19/1971 Green Bay 154[121][122][123] 9 163
Strong Safety Bill Thompson 9/16/1973 – 12/20/1981 Denver 134[124][125] 5 139
Free Safety Darryl Williams 10/11/1992 – 12/27/1998 Cincinnati; Seattle 108[126][127] 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][54] 11 363
Kicker Morten Andersen 10/25/1987 – 12/15/2002 New Orleans; Atlanta; NY Giants; Kansas City 248[57][58] 8 256
Long snapper Ethan Albright 9/1/1996 – 1/3/2010 Buffalo; Washington 224[82][83] 6 230
Kick/Punt returner Carl Roaches 9/7/1980 – 12/16/1984 Houston 73[128][129] 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][57]

See also[edit]

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