Only five quarterbacks in the history of the NFL have thrown for more than 50,000 yards in a career.

Drew Brees - Dec. 8, 2013

Brees became the fifth NFL quarterback to reach 50,000 yards passing in a career. He achieved the milestone in the fourth quarter of the New Orleans Saints 31-13 win over the Carolina Panthers. He reached the 50k mark on a 22-yard completion to tight end Jimmy Graham with 10:42 to play in the game.

Peyton Manning - Dec. 27, 2009

Manning became the fourth QB to reach 50,000 yards when he completed a 24-yard pass to wide receiver Austin Collie early in the second half of the Indianapolis Colts loss to the New York Jets.

Brett Favre - Sept. 18, 2005

Favre connected with running back Ahman Green on a 17-yard pass play in the second quarter of the Green Bay Packers’ 26-24 loss to the Cleveland Browns at Lambeau Field to become the third player in history to reach 50,000 yards.

John Elway - Nov. 22, 1998

Elway joined Marino in the 50,000-yard club after he completed a five-yard pass to wide receiver Willie Green in the first quarter of the Denver Broncos’ 40-14 win over the Oakland Raiders at Mile High Stadium. Elway's HOF Bio>>>

Dan Marino - Nov. 10, 1996

Marino became the first player in history to reach 50,000 passing yards when he completed a 36-yard pass to wide receiver O.J. McDuffie during the second quarter of the Dolphins 37-13 victory over the Indianapolis Colts in Miami. Marino's HOF Bio>>>