List Of NFL Quarterbacks Who Have Passed For 400 Or More Yards In A Game
Dan Marino has recorded the most 400-yard games, with 15. The quarterback with the most 400-yard postseason games is Drew Brees, with 3 consecutive postseason performances, including 2 consecutive in a single postseason. Four rookies have thrown for 400 yards in a game, with Cam Newton the only one to have done so twice in a season, as well as the only one to do so in his first career start. Ken O'Brien is the only quarterback to have earned a perfect passer rating in a 400-yard game. Don Strock is the only quarterback to have thrown for 400 yards in a game that he did not start. Kurt Warner is the only quarterback to have thrown a 400 yard game in the Super Bowl. Warner has the three highest passing games in Super Bowl history.
There have been seven occurrences of a quarterback recording two consecutive 400-yard games in the regular season. There have been nine games where two quarterbacks collected 400 passing yards in the same game. There have been two single-days (September 21, 1986 and January 1, 2012) where three quarterbacks recorded 400-yard games – based on performances in 2 games. There has been one NFL 'week' (September 8–12, 2012) where four quarterbacks recorded 400-yard games – based on performances in 3 games.
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