List of National Football League quarterback wins leaders

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In the National Football League (NFL), the quarterback is the only position that is credited with records of wins and losses. At the time of the 1970 NFL–AFL merger, Johnny Unitas held the record for most regular season wins as a starting quarterback with 103. He retired after the 1973 season with 118 wins, and was later surpassed by Fran Tarkenton with 124 in 1978. John Elway moved ahead of Tarkenton during the 1996 season, and retired after the 1998 season with 148 wins. During the 2007 regular season, Brett Favre surpassed Elway to become the starting quarterback with the most regular season wins in NFL history, and his record stands at 186. Peyton Manning tied this record in 2015, and has fewer losses.[1] Otto Graham holds the record for the highest winning percentage overall (min 35 wins) with .810. Tom Brady holds the record for the most wins with a single team. Wins in playoff games are not included.[2]

Quarterbacks with most regular season wins in NFL history[edit]

This sortable table shows the top 100 NFL quarterbacks in order of regular season wins since the start of the modern era, 1950. The table also shows every team that a quarterback played for. If two quarterbacks have the same number of wins, the player with the highest winning percentage is ranked first.

When sorting teams:

  • Players are listed in order of number of wins for team.

The following are grouped together

  • Arizona, Phoenix and St. Louis Cardinals
  • Los Angeles and St. Louis Rams
  • Oakland and Los Angeles Raiders
  • Tennessee Titans and Houston Oilers are grouped together.
  • Indianapolis and Baltimore Colts are grouped together

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Updated through the 2016 season.

^ = Former leader in all-time wins

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Winning percentage ≥ .600
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Quarterbacks ranked by regular season wins, then winning percentage
Rank Quarterback Seasons Teams Team
wins
Team
losses
Career
wins
Career
losses
Ties Win
Pct
Ref. Updated
through
1 Peyton Manning 1998–2011 Indianapolis 141 67 186 79 0 .702 [3]
2012–2015 Denver 45 12
2 Brett Favre 1991 Atlanta 0 0 186 112 0 .624 [4]
1992-2007 Green Bay 160 93
2008 New York Jets 9 7
2009-2010 Minnesota 17 12
3 Tom Brady 2000–present New England 183 52 183 52 0 .779 [5] 2016
4 John Elway^ 1983–1998 Denver 148 82 148 82 1 .643 [6]
5 Dan Marino 1983–1999 Miami 147 93 147 93 0 .613 [7]
6 Drew Brees 2001-2005 San Diego 30 28 131 101 0 .565 [8]
2006-present New Orleans 101 73 2016
7 Fran Tarkenton^ 1961-1966
1972-1978
Minnesota 91 73 124 109 6 .531 [9]
1967-1971 New York Giants 33 36
8 Ben Roethlisberger 2004–present Pittsburgh 123 60 123 60 0 .672 [10] 2016
9 Johnny Unitas^ 1956–1972 Baltimore Colts 117 61 118 64 4 .645 [11]
1973 San Diego 1 3
10 Joe Montana 1979-1992 San Francisco 100 39 117 47 0 .713 [12]
1993-1994 Kansas City 17 8
11 Eli Manning 2004–present New York Giants 108 91 108 91 0 .543 [13] 2016
12 Terry Bradshaw 1970–1983 Pittsburgh 107 51 107 51 0 .677 [14]
13 Warren Moon 1984-1993 Houston Oilers 70 69 102 101 0 .502 [15]
1994-1996 Minnesota 21 18
1997-1998 Seattle 11 13
1999-2000 Kansas City 0 1
14 Jim Kelly 1986–1996 Buffalo 101 59 101 59 0 .631 [16]
15 Donovan McNabb 1999–2009 Philadelphia 92 49 98 62 1 .612 [17]
2010 Washington 5 8
2011 Minnesota 1 5
16 Dave Krieg 1980-1991 Seattle 70 49 98 77 0 .560 [18]
1992-1993 Kansas City 13 8
1994 Detroit 5 2
1995 Arizona 4 12
1996 Chicago 6 6
1997-1998 Tennessee 0 0
17 Drew Bledsoe 1993-2001 New England 63 60 98 95 0 .508 [19]
2002-2004 Buffalo 23 25
2005-2006 Dallas 12 10
18 Philip Rivers 2004–present San Diego 97 79 97 79 0 .551 [20] 2016
19 Ken Stabler 1970-1979 Oakland 69 26 96 49 1 .661 [21]
1980-1981 Houston Oilers 16 12
1982-1984 New Orleans 11 11
20 Phil Simms 1979–1993 New York Giants 95 64 95 64 0 .597 [22]
21 Steve Young 1985-1986 Tampa Bay 3 16 94 49 0 .657 [23]
1987-1999 San Francisco 91 33
22 Bart Starr 1956–1971 Green Bay 94 57 94 57 6 .618 [24]
23 Len Dawson 1957-1959 Pittsburgh 0 1 94 57 8 .616 [25]
1960-1961 Cleveland 1 0
1962-1975 Dallas Texans/
Kansas City
93 56
24 Troy Aikman 1989–2000 Dallas 94 71 94 71 0 .570 [26]
25 Bob Griese 1967-1980 Miami 92 56 92 56 3 .619 [27]
26 Steve McNair 1995-2005 Houston Oilers/
Tennessee
76 55 91 62 0 .595 [28]
2006-2007 Baltimore Ravens 15 7
27 Ken Anderson 1971–1986 Cincinnati 91 81 91 81 0 .529 [29]
28 Aaron Rodgers 2005–present Green Bay 90 45 90 45 0 .667 [30] 2016
29 Vinny Testaverde 1987-1992 Tampa Bay 24 48 90 123 1 .423 [31]
1993-1995 Cleveland 16 15
1996-1997 Baltimore Ravens 8 20
1998-2003
2005
New York Jets 35 26
2004 Dallas 5 10
2006 New England 0 0
2007 Carolina 2 4
30 Carson Palmer 2004-2010 Cincinnati 46 51 89 84 1 .514 [32]
2011-2012 Oakland 8 16
2013-present Arizona 35 17 2016
31 Jim Hart 1966-1983 St. Louis Cardinals 87 88 87 88 5 .497 [33]
1984 Washington 0 0
32 Roman Gabriel 1962-1972 Los Angeles Rams 74 39 86 64 7 .570 [34]
1973-1977 Philadelphia 12 25
33 Dan Fouts 1973-1987 San Diego 86 84 86 84 1 .506 [35]
34 Roger Staubach 1969-1979 Dallas 85 29 85 29 0 .746 [36]
35 Matt Ryan 2008–present Atlanta 85 57 85 57 0 .599 [37] 2016
36 Matt Hasselbeck 1999-2000 Green Bay 0 0 85 75 0 .531 [38]
2001-2010 Seattle 69 62
2011-2012 Tennessee 11 10
2013-2015 Indianapolis 5 3
37 Joe Flacco 2008–present Baltimore Ravens 83 55 83 55 0 .601 [39] 2016
38 Randall Cunningham 1985-1995 Philadelphia 63 43 82 52 1 .611 [40]
1997-1999 Minnesota 16 7
2000 Dallas 1 2
2001 Baltimore Ravens 2 0
39 John Hadl 1962-1972 San Diego 59 54 82 75 9 .521 [41]
1973-1974 Los Angeles Rams 15 4
1974-1975 Green Bay 7 12
1976-1977 Houston Oilers 1 5
40 Bobby Layne 1948 Chicago 0 0 81* 61 5 .568 [42]
1949 New York Bulldogs 1 10
1950-1958 Detroit 53 29
1958-1962 Pittsburgh 27 22
41 Craig Morton 1965-1974 Dallas 32 14 81 62 1 .566 [43]
1974-1976 New York Giants 8 25
1977-1982 Denver 41 23
42 Kerry Collins 1995-1998 Carolina 22 20 81 99 0 .450 [44]
1998 New Orleans 2 5
1999-2003 New York Giants 35 33
2004-2005 Oakland 7 21
2006-2010 Tennessee 15 17
2011 Indianapolis 0 3
43 Boomer Esiason 1984-1992
1997
Cincinnati 62 61 80 93 0 .462 [45]
1993-1995 New York Jets 15 27
1996 Arizona 3 5
44 Alex Smith 2005-2012 San Francisco 38 36 79 56 1 .585 [46]
2013-present Kansas City 41 20 2016
45 Joe Ferguson 1973-1984 Buffalo 77 86 79 92 0 .462 [47]
1985-1986 Detroit 2 3
1988-1989 Tampa Bay 0 3
1990 Indianapolis 0 0
46 Tony Romo 2004–present Dallas 78 49 78 49 0 .614 [48] 2016
47 Y. A. Tittle 1950 Baltimore Colts 1 6 78 50 5 .605 [49]
1951-1960 San Francisco 45 31
1961-1964 New York Giants 32 13
48 Mark Brunell 1994 Green Bay 0 0 78 73 0 .517 [50]
1995-2003 Jacksonville 63 54
2004-2006 Washington 15 18
2008-2009 New Orleans 0 1
2010-2011 New York Jets 0 0
49 Joe Theismann 1974-1985 Washington 77 47 77 47 0 .621 [51]
50 Rich Gannon 1987-1992 Minnesota 19 16 76 56 0 .576 [52]
1993 Washington 1 3
1995-1998 Kansas City 11 8
1999-2004 Oakland 45 29
51 Steve Grogan 1975–1990 New England 75 60 75 60 0 .556 [53]
52 John Brodie 1957-1973 San Francisco 74 76 74 76 8 .494 [54]
53 Ron Jaworski 1974-1976 Los Angeles Rams 3 0 73 69 1 .514 [55]
1977-1986 Philadelphia 69 67
1988 Miami 0 0
1989 Kansas City 1 2
54 Brad Johnson 1994-1998
2005-2006
Minnesota 28 18 72 53 0 .576 [56]
1999-2000 Washington 17 10
2001-2004 Tampa Bay 26 23
2007-2008 Dallas 1 2
55 Jim Plunkett 1971-1975 New England 23 38 72 72 0 .500 [57]
1976-1977 San Francisco 11 15
1979-1986 Oakland/ LA Raiders 38 19
56 Jake Plummer 1997-2002 Arizona 30 52 69 67 0 .507 [58]
2003-2006 Denver 39 15
57 Sonny Jurgensen 1957-1963 Philadelphia 17 22 69 73 7 .487 [59]
1964-1974 Washington 52 51
58 Jay Cutler 2006-2008 Denver 17 20 68 71 0 .489 [60]
2009-present Chicago 51 51 2016
59 Jim McMahon 1982-1988 Chicago 46 15 67 30 0 .691 [61]
1989 San Diego 4 7
1990-1992 Philadelphia 9 3
1993 Minnesota 8 4
1994 Arizona 0 1
1995-1996 Green Bay 0 0
60 Kurt Warner 1998-2003 St. Louis Rams 35 15 67 49 0 .578 [62]
2004 New York Giants 5 4
2005-2009 Arizona 27 30
61 Chris Chandler 1988-1989 Indianapolis 10 6 67 85 0 .441 [63]
1990-1991 Tampa Bay 0 6
1991-1993 Phoenix Cardinals 5 12
1994
2004
Los Angeles Rams
St. Louis Rams
2 6
1995-1996 Houston Oilers 11 14
1997-2001 Atlanta 34 33
2002-2004 Chicago 5 8
62 Daryle Lamonica 1963-1966 Buffalo 4 0 66 16 6 .784 [64]
1967-1974 Oakland 62 16
63 Jim Harbaugh 1987-1993 Chicago 35 30 66 74 0 .471 [65]
1994-1997 Indianapolis 20 26
1998 Baltimore Ravens 5 7
1998-2000 San Diego 6 11
64 Jack Kemp 1957 Pittsburgh 0 0 65 37 3 .633 [66]
1960-1962 LA/ San Diego Chargers 22 6
1962-1969 Buffalo 43 31
65 Charlie Conerly [a] 1948-1961 New York Giants 65 39 65 39 1 .624 [67]
66 Jim Everett 1986-1993 Los Angeles Rams 46 59 64 89 0 .418 [68]
1994-1996 New Orleans 17 30
1997 San Diego 1 0
67 Earl Morrall 1956 San Francisco 1 3 63 37 3 .626 [69]
1957-1958 Pittsburgh 6 7
1958-1964 Detroit 15 11
1965-1967 New York Giants 8 12
1968-1971 Baltimore Colts 22 3
1972-1976 Miami 11 1
68 Danny White 1976-1988 Dallas 62 30 62 30 0 .674 [70]
69 Joe Namath 1965-1976 New York Jets 60 61 62 63 4 .496 [71]
1977 Los Angeles Rams 2 2
70 Norm Van Brocklin 1949-1957 Los Angeles Rams 42 20 61 36 4 .624 [72]
1958-1960 Philadelphia 19 16
71 Jay Schroeder 1985-1987 Washington 24 7 61 38 0 .616 [73]
1988-1992 LA Raiders 32 25
1993 Cincinnati 0 3
1994 Arizona 5 3
72 Michael Vick 2001-2006 Atlanta 38 28 61 51 1 .544 [74]
2009-2013 Philadelphia 20 20
2014 New York Jets 1 2
2015 Pittsburgh 2 1
73 Billy Kilmer 1967-1970 New Orleans 11 29 61 52 1 .539 [75]
1971-1978 Washington 50 23
74 Charley Johnson 1961-1969 St. Louis Cardinals 36 28 59 57 8 .508 [76]
1970-1971 Houston Oilers 3 11
1972-1975 Denver 20 18
75 Steve Bartkowski 1975-1985 Atlanta 55 66 59 68 0 .465 [77]
1986 Los Angeles Rams 4 2
76 Trent Dilfer 1994-1999 Tampa Bay 38 38 58 55 0 .513 [78]
2000 Baltimore Ravens 7 1
2001-2004 Seattle 8 4
2005 Cleveland 4 7
2007 San Francisco 1 5
77 Jeff Garcia 1999-2003 San Francisco 35 36 58 58 0 .500 [79]
2004 Cleveland 3 7
2005 Detroit 1 4
2006, 2009 Philadelphia 5 1
2007-2008 Tampa Bay 14 10
2011 Houston Texans 0 0
78 Otto Graham 1950-1955 Cleveland 57 13 57[b] 13 1 .810 [80]
79 Frank Ryan 1958-1961 Los Angeles Rams 5 5 57 27 3 .672 [81]
1962-1968 Cleveland 52 22
1969-1970 Washington 0 0
80 Brian Sipe 1974-1983 Cleveland 57 55 57 55 0 .509 [82]
81 Russell Wilson 2012–present Seattle 56 23 56 23 1 .706 [83] 2016
82 Andy Dalton 2011–present Cincinnati 56 35 56 35 2 .613 [84] 2016
83 Jake Delhomme 1999, 2002 New Orleans 1 1 56 40 0 .583 [85]
2003-2009 Carolina 53 37
2010 Cleveland 2 2
2011 Houston Texans 0 0
84 Milt Plum 1957-1961 Cleveland 33 16 56 41 6 .578 [86]
1962-1967 Detroit 23 25
1968 Los Angeles Rams 0 0
1969 New York Giants 0 0
85 Bobby Hebert 1985-1992 New Orleans 49 26 56 44 0 .560 [87]
1993-1996 Atlanta 7 18
86 Trent Green 1997-1998 Washington 6 8 56 57 0 .496 [88]
2000 & 2008 St. Louis Rams 2 4
2001-2006 Kansas City 48 40
2007 Miami 0 5
87 Dan Pastorini 1971-1979 Houston Oilers 53 54 56 61 0 .479 [89]
1980 Oakland 2 3
1981 Los Angeles Rams 1 4
1983 Philadelphia 0 0
88 Ed Brown 1954-1961 Chicago 41 25 55 38 5 .587 [90]
1962-1965 Pittsburgh 14 13
1965 Baltimore Colts 0 0
89 Neil O'Donnell 1991-1995 Pittsburgh 39 22 55 45 0 .550 [91]
1996-1997 New York Jets 8 12
1998 Cincinnati 2 9
1999-2003 Tennessee 6 2
90 Tommy Kramer 1977-1989 Minnesota 54 56 54 56 0 .491 [92]
1990 New Orleans 0 0
91 George Blanda 1949-1958 Chicago 8 12 53 50 1 .514 [93]
1960-1966 Houston Oilers 44 38
1967-1975 Oakland 1 0
92 Bernie Kosar 1985-1993 Cleveland 53 51 53 54 1 .495 [94]
1993 Dallas 0 1
1994-1996 Miami 0 1
93 Steve DeBerg 1978-1980 San Francisco 7 28 53 86 1 .382 [95]
1981-1983 Denver 5 6
1984-1987,
1992-1993
Tampa Bay 8 29
1988-1991 Kansas City 31 20
1993 Miami 2 2
1998 Atlanta 0 1
94 Norm Snead 1961-1963 Washington 9 30 52 100 7 .349 [96]
1964-1970 Philadelphia 28 50
1971 Minnesota 2 0
1972-1974, 1976 New York Giants 11 14
1974-1975 San Francisco 2 6
95 Jeff Hostetler 1985-1992 New York Giants 16 9 51 32 0 .614 [97]
1993-1996 LA/ Oakland Raiders 33 22
1997 Washington 2 1
96 Cam Newton 2011–present Carolina 51 40 51 40 1 .560 [98] 2016
97 Matthew Stafford 2009-present Detroit 51 58 51 58 0 .468 [99] 2016
98 Stan Humphries 1989-1990 Washington 3 2 50 31 0 .617 [100]
1992-1997 San Diego 47 29
99 Ken O'Brien 1984-1992 New York Jets 50 55 50 59 1 .459 [101]
1993 Philadelphia 0 4
100 Jon Kitna 1997-2000 Seattle 18 15 50 74 0 .404 [102]
2001-2005 Cincinnati 18 28
2006-2008 Detroit 10 26
2010-2011 Dallas 4 5
Rank Quarterback Seasons Teams Team
Wins
Team
Losses
Career
Wins
Career
Losses
Ties Win
Pct
Ref. Updated
thru

Note 1: Sammy Baugh is estimated to have won 92 games and could have qualified in the top 50 but he is not officially recognized due to being in the pre–1950 NFL era.[2][103]

^* Note 2: Bobby Layne is listed as having started all 12 games for the Bulldogs (NFL) in 1949. The record for that team is 1–10–1. Combined with his official post–1949 won–loss–tied record of 80–51–4 (0.607), his overall estimated won–loss–tied record is 81–61–5 (0.568).[42]

^† Note: The 1950 Baltimore Colts are a defunct NFL team, not part of the current Colts franchise.

  • a Charlie Conerly is estimated to have gone 7-8-0 as a starter from 1948-1949. Combined with his official post-1949 won-loss-tied record of 58-31-1 (0.650), his overall estimated won-loss-tied record is 65-39-1 (0.624).
  • b Otto Graham also started 53 games for the Cleveland Browns when they were in the All-America Football Conference (1946-1949). He finished his professional career (AAFC and NFL) with a 105-17-4 regular-season record (84.0% win rate). Graham took his team to the championship game in all ten of his professional seasons winning seven of them (4 AAFC and 3 NFL).[104]

Next in Line[edit]

Next 3 Active Quarterbacks in line
Quarterback Seasons Team Career
Wins
Career
Losses
Ties Win
Pct
Ref. Updated
thru
Schaub, MattMatt Schaub 2004–present 4 teams, currently Atlanta 47 45 0 .511 [105] 2016
Fitzpatrick, RyanRyan Fitzpatrick 2005–present 6 teams, currently New York Jets 46 69 1 .401 [106] 2016
Luck, AndrewAndrew Luck 2012–present Indianapolis 43 27 0 .614 [107] 2016

See also[edit]

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