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The career leaders in major statistical categories include a blend of Hall of Fame players as well as many of today’s NFL stars. Each week during the regular season, thanks to Elias Sports Bureau, ProFootballHOF.com features the career leaders in four main statistical categories.
As of Dec. 30, 2019 (through Week 17)
WEEK 17 TOP 20 HIGHLIGHT:
New Orleans quarterback DREW BREES passed for 253 yards and three touchdowns with zero interceptions for a 123.3 rating in the Saints' 42-10 win at Carolina. Brees has 93 career games with at least three touchdown passes, tied with PEYTON MANNING (93) for the most in NFL history.
Brees recorded his fourth consecutive game with at least three touchdown passes and zero interceptions and joined RUSSELL WILSON (five games in 2015), TOM BRADY (four in 2007) and AARON RODGERS (four in 2014) as the only players with at least four consecutive games of at least three touchdown passes and zero interceptions in a single season in league annals.
In 2019, Brees recorded a 74.3 completion percentage (281 of 378), the second-highest single-season completion percentage in NFL history, trailing only the mark he set in 2018 (74.4 percent).
Passer Rating | Receptions | Rushing Yards | Scoring
Italics denotes Hall of Famers
Bold denotes players active during the 2019 season