The NFL QB to throw the most Ints in history is Brett Favre, with 310 career ints.
The most games played by an NFL QB is 273 by Brett Favre between 1991-2008.
As of the 2008 season, that is Drew Bledsoe of the 1994 New England Patriots who attempted 691 passes. He completed 400 of those passes for 4,555 yards, 25 TDs, and 27 INTs.
The QBs that threw the most INTs were Jon Kitna, Carson Palmer, and Eli Manning with 20 apiece. The DB with the most INTs was Antonio Cromartie with 10.
In the NFL that is Dan Marino of the 1988 Miami Dolphins. Marino threw for 521 yards, 3 TDs, and 5 INTs in the Dolphins 44-30 loss to the New York Jets on October 23, 1988.
Dan Fouts. Fouts threw 242 career INTs, 12th most overall through the 2010 season, and never led the NFL in interceptions for a season. The closest he came was 1979 when he threw 24 INTs and the NFL leader was Brian Sipe with 26.
Steve Young I believe had 7 in his career. Troy Aikman had 10....not sure if any QB in the NFL had more than that...
Through the 2008 season, that has happened twice:1) Bill Bradley, Philadelphia Eagles - led the NFL with 11 INTs in 1971 and 9 INTs in 1972.2) Everson Walls, Dallas Cowboys - led the NFL with 11 INTs in 1981 and 7 INTs in 1982.
The average height of a NFL QB is 6'3". The average weight of a NFL QB is 230 pounds.
Brett Favre (288, through the 2008 NFL season).
NFL QB Doug Williams
Brett favre, with 297tds
The fastest QB ever to enter the nfl is Michael Vick.