Drew Brees broke the completion record and set a record of 72% recently the 2011-2012 season! :) Saints Fan! :D
Brandon Marshall is the best wide out in the nfl. He can turn a really bad pass into a huge gain. He also broke the record of Terrel Owens(21) in a 28-16 road loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
Yes. Brett Farve's first career completion was a pass to himself for a net of -7 yards.
1906 The forward pass was legalized. The first authenticated pass completion in a pro game came on October 27, when George (Peggy)
Brett Favre's 1st NFL pass was deflected & he caught it himself for a loss of 7 yards.
the Tennessee titans had a record of 13-3 the best that season
Brett Favres' 1st completed pass in the NFL was to himself (on a deflection) for a loss of 7 yards
the bears have the best franchise record of 321-298 (.57), the 2nd best is the Patriots
the new england patriots had the best record in 2010 (14-2)
Jerry Rice with 1,519 receptions.
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.
The NFL record for pass receptions in a game is 21 by Brandon Marshall of the Miami Dolphins.
Drew Brees - New Orleans 2008-2009 season 5069 yards Dan Marino - Dolphins 1984 5084 yards ---- Through the 2008 season, Ken Anderson of the 1982 Cincinnati Bengals has the best NFL single season pass completion percentage at 70.6 (218 completions in 309 attempts).
The longest TD completion in the NFL is 99 yards. Technically, it can't be any more than that. But two QBs have thrown that long, the Vikings did it just a couple of weeks ago.
The Packers' best NFL regular season record was in the 2011 season, when they went 15-1.