Brett Favre - 390
seahawks over 8 turnovers
Tampa bay bucs
12 by the Detroit Lions
Most career passing yards-71,838 (NFL record) Most career tds-508 (NFL record) Tied for longest pass(record held by many player) 99 yard pass (NFL record) Most career interceptions 336 (NFL record) Most NFL MVP awards (tied with Peyton Manning) 3 (NFL Record) Most career attempts 10,065 (NFL Record) Most career completions 6,300 (NFL Record) Most seasons, 3,000 or more yards passing 17 (NFL Record) Most career wins 186 (NFL Record) Most consecutive starts 269 (NFL Record) Most Career starts 297 (321 including play-offs) (NFL Record) Most time sacked, career: 525 Total NFL records held:11 These are only NFL records not including Packer Team records. Brett Favre holds no NCAA records.
Brett Favre of the New York Jets led the league in turnovers. He had 22 interceptions and 2 lost fumbles for a total of 24.
In a 1964 game against the San Diego Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Len Dawson fumbled 7 times and threw 2 interceptions, for a total of 9 turnovers.
The Eagles did it last week!
Eric Dickerson has the NFL record for most rushing yards in a season, with 2105. Emmitt Smith has the NFL record for career rushing yards, with 18,355.
6 Jaguars vs Browns 11/21/10 The Jaguars won that game after handing the ball over 6 times. The Browns only made a combined 3 points from the turnovers.
George Blanda holds the record playing 26 NFL Seasons as a kicker.
Jerry Rice holds the record of most touchdown receptions in NFL postseason history with 22 touchdowns in the postseason
Jamarcus Russel edges out Ryan Leaf because of turnovers
Eagles vs Browns, opening day 2012.
The 2010 patriots finished a sixteen game season with 6 turnovers setting an NFL record low. Leading the way was tom Brady with over 300 passing attempts without an interception. Also a league record.newtest3 This answer is off a bit. They do indeed now hold the record, but it's 10, not 6. Tom Brady threw 4 Interceptions, not 0. I'm not sure where the above statistics came from.