2011 NFL Record and Fact Book

Sep 8, 2011 - 20 Jackie Slater, L.A. Rams, 1976-1994; St. Louis, 1995. Darrell Green ..... 1974; Oakland, 1975-1981; L.A. Raiders, 1982-83. Doug English ...
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SERVICE-SCORING Compiled by Elias Sports Bureau. The following records reflect all available official information on the National Football League from its formation in 1920 to date. Also included are all applicable records from the American Football League, 1960-69. Individuals eligible for Rookie records are players who were in their first season of professional football and had not been on the roster of another professional football team, including teams in other leagues, for any regular-season or postseason games in a previous season. Eligible players, therefore, include those who were under contract to a National Football League club for a previous season but were terminated prior to their club’s first regular-season game and not re-signed, or who were placed on Reserve/Injured (or another category of the Reserve List) prior to their club’s first regular-season game and were not activated during the rest of the regular season or postseason.

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SERVICE

Most Seasons 26 George Blanda, Chi. Bears, 1949, 1950-58; Baltimore, 1950; Houston, 1960-66; Oakland, 1967-1975 25 Morten Andersen, New Orleans, 1982-1994; Atlanta, 1995-2000; N.Y. Giants, 2001; Kansas City, 2002-03; Minnesota, 2004; Atlanta, 2006-07 23 Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh, 1982-1994; Philadelphia, 1995-96; San Francisco, 1997; Minnesota, 1998-2002; Tennessee, 2003-04 John Carney, Tampa Bay, 1988-89; L.A. Rams, 1990: San Diego, 1990-2000; New Orleans, 2001-06; Jacksonville, 2007; Kansas City, 2007; N.Y. Giants, 2008; New Orleans, 20092010 22 Jeff Feagles, New England, 1988-89; Philadelphia, 1990-93; Arizona, 1994-97; Seattle, 19982002; N.Y. Giants, 2003-09 Most Seasons, One Club 20 Jackie Slater, L.A. Rams, 1976-1994; St. Louis, 1995 Darrell Green, Washington, 1983-2002 Jason Hanson, Detroit, 1992-2011 19 Jim Marshall, Minnesota, 1961-1979 Bruce Matthews, Houston, 1983-1996; Tennessee, 1997-2001 18 Jim Hart, St. Louis, 1966-1983 Jeff Van Note, Atlanta, 1969-1986 Pat Leahy, N.Y. Jets, 1974-1991 Most Games Played, Career 382 Morten Andersen, New Orleans, 1982-1994; Atlanta, 1995-2000; N.Y. Giants, 2001; Kansas City, 2002-03; Minnesota, 2004; Atlanta, 2006-07 353 Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh, 1982-1994; Philadelphia, 1995-96; San Francisco, 1997; Minnesota, 1998-2002; Tennessee, 2003-04 352 Jeff Feagles, New England, 1988-89; Philadelphia, 1990-93; Arizona, 1994-97; Seattle, 1998-2002; N.Y. Giants, 2003-09 340 George Blanda, Chi. Bears, 1949, 1950-58; Baltimore, 1950; Houston, 1960-66; Oakland, 1967-1975 311 Jason Hanson, Detroit, 1992-2011 Most Consecutive Games Played, Career 352 Jeff Feagles, New England, 1988-89; Philadelphia, 1990-93; Arizona, 1994-97; Seattle, 1998-2002; N.Y. Giants, 2003-09 299 Brett Favre, Green Bay, 1992-2007; N.Y. Jets, 2008; Minnesota, 2009-2010 282 Jim Marshall, Cleveland, 1960; Minnesota, 1961-1979

2012 NFL Record & Fact Book

ALL-TIME RECORDS SCORING

Most Seasons Leading League 5 Don Hutson, Green Bay, 1940-44 Gino Cappelletti, Boston, 1961, 1963-66 3 Earl (Dutch) Clark, Portsmouth, 1932; Detroit, 1935-36 Pat Harder, Chi. Cardinals, 1947-49 Paul Hornung, Green Bay, 1959-1961 2 Jack Manders, Chi. Bears, 1934, 1937 Gordy Soltau, San Francisco, 1952-53 Doak Walker, Detroit, 1950, 1955 Gene Mingo, Denver, 1960, 1962 Jim Turner, N.Y. Jets, 1968-69 Fred Cox, Minnesota, 1969-1970 Chester Marcol, Green Bay, 1972, 1974 John Smith, New England, 1979-1980 Marshall Faulk, St. Louis, 2000-01 David Akers, Philadelphia, 2010; San Francisco, 2011 Most Consecutive Seasons Leading League 5 Don Hutson, Green Bay, 1940-44 4 Gino Cappelletti, Boston, 1963-66 3 Pat Harder, Chi. Cardinals, 1947-49 Paul Hornung, Green Bay, 1959-1961

POINTS

Most Points, Career 2,544 Morten Andersen, New Orleans, 1982-1994; Atlanta, 1995-2000; N.Y. Giants, 2001; Kansas City, 2002-03; Minnesota, 2004; Atlanta, 2006-07 (849-pat, 565-fg) 2,434 Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh, 1982-1994; Philadelphia 1995-96; San Francisco, 1997; Minnesota, 1998-2002; Tennessee, 2003-04 (820-pat, 538-fg)