NFL Career Passer Rating Leaders
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NFL Career Passer Rating Leaders

The NFL rates its passers for statistical purposes against a fixed performance standard based on statistical achievements of all qualified pro passers since 1960. The current passer rating system, which was adopted in 1973, removes inequities that existed in the former method and, at the same time, provides a means of comparing passing performances from one season to the next.
It is important to remember that the system is used to rate passers, not quarterbacks. Statistics do not reflect leadership, play-calling, and other intangible factors that go into making a successful professional quarterback.

Four categories are used as a basis for compiling a rating:

  • Percentage of completions per attempt
  • Average yards gained per attempt
  • Percentage of touchdown passes per attempt
  • Percentage of interceptions per attempt

The average standard is 1.000. The bottom is .000. To earn a 2.000 rating, a passer must perform at exceptional levels, i.e., 70 percent in completions, 10 percent in touchdowns, 1.5 percent in interceptions, and 11 yards average gain per pass attempt. In order to make the rating more understandable, the point rating is then converted into a scale of 100, with 158.3 being the highest rating a passer can achieve. In cases where statistical performance has been superior, it is possible for a passer to surpass a 100 rating.
Quarterbacks are required to throw at least 1,500 passes before their ratings qualify for NFL career statistics for the regular season, and 150 attempts for the postseason.[1]

Regular season

This is a list of the top 100 quarterbacks according to their career passer rating.
Players in bold and green are currently active in the NFL.
Names in italics and red represent members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Active Player
Hall of Fame

Updated through September 15, 2019.[2][3]

Other notable quarterbacks

These are the Hall of Fame and active quarterbacks who are not among the top 100 in passer rating.


Below 1,500 attempts

Updated through September 12, 2019.

Postseason

Updated through the 2018 season.

Below 150 attempts

Updated through the 2018 season.

Active QBs below minimum attempts needed
Rank if
qualified
Quarterback Rating Attempts
6 Patrick Mahomes 98.9 72
8 Dak Prescott 95.7 103
12 Marcus Mariota 93.9 68
15 Mitchell Trubisky 89.6 43
17 Matthew Stafford 87.8 117
18 Matt Schaub 87.5 89
21 Teddy Bridgewater 86.5 21
32 Kirk Cousins 82.4 56
48 Case Keenum 73.5 88
56 Deshaun Watson 69.7 49
74 Tyrod Taylor 44.2 37
76 Brian Hoyer 15.9 34

All-time rankings in the 4 categories

These are the top 10 quarterbacks in each statistic that determine the NFL passer rating.[1]
Minimum: 1,500 Attempts
Records through the 2018 season.

Active Player
Hall of Fame

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Official 2017 National Football League Record & Fact Book" (PDF). NFL. p. 311. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ NFL Career Passing Rating Leaders Pro-Football-Reference.com
  3. ^ "Career Passer Rating", Pro Football Hall of Fame.com

External links


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