21 Stats That Define the Class of 2021
Hall of Fame careers are partially crafted by numbers that help define a player’s, coach’s or contributor’s legacy.
In honor of the Class of 2021’s upcoming enshrinement into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this August, we’re breaking down 21 stats that define the Class of 2021.
Peyton Manning is one of two starting quarterbacks to win the Super Bowl with two teams. Tom Brady is the other.
Tom Flores won three Super Bowls during his coaching career, one as an assistant and two as head coach.
Peyton Manning won five NFL MVP awards during his career, the most of any player.
Alan Faneca was named First-Team All-Pro six times during his career.
Peyton Manning is tied for most touchdown passes thrown in a game with seven.
Charles Woodson led the NFL with nine interceptions during the 2009 season.
Charles Woodson is one of 10 Heisman Trophy winners to be enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Peyton Manning was selected to the Pro Bowl 14 times during his career.
John Lynch played 15 seasons in the league and started 191 of 224 games throughout his career.
Charles Woodson’s 18 forced fumbles as a member of the Oakland Raiders is a franchise record.
Years that Bill Nunn worked within the Pittsburgh Steelers organization.
Peyton Manning broke the NFL record for touchdown passes in a season with 55 in 2013.
Tom Flores won 83 games as head coach of the Raiders, second in franchise history behind John Madden.
Charles Woodson deflected 84 passes as an Oakland Raider, a franchise record.
Calvin Johnson led the league with 122 receptions in 2012.
At the time of his retirement, Drew Pearson was the Dallas Cowboys’ all-time receptions leader with 489 catches.
Drew Pearson led the NFL with 870 receiving yards in 1977.
Calvin Johnson recorded 1,964 receiving yards in the 2012 NFL season, a league record.
Season that John Lynch helped lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to their first Super Bowl.
Peyton Manning set the single-season record with 5,477 passing yards during the 2013 season.
Alan Faneca signed a $40 million deal with the New York Jets in 2006, then the biggest contract for an offensive lineman.
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