Brett Favre and the Most Interceptions Thrown by a Quarterback: Lifetime and Active

Brett Favre, King of Interceptions

Brett Favre, King of Touchdowns...and Interceptions (Getty)

Brett Favre, of course, has thrown not only the most touchdowns in NFL history, but also the most interceptions.  Who else is on the list?  Check out the top 20 interception throwers in NFL history below.

Trying to avoid interceptions on your fantasy football team this year?  Well, you might want to know who the active quarterbacks are with the most interceptions.  That’s shown in list two.

If you’d like to see who has caught the most interceptions in NFL history, Sports List of the Day has you covered.  Click here.

Most Interceptions Thrown, Career

1. Brett Favre 336  1991-2010
2. George Blanda 277  1949-1975
3. John Hadl 268  1962-1977
4. Vinny Testaverde 267  1987-2007
5. Fran Tarkenton 266  1961-1978
6. Norm Snead 257  1961-1976
7. Johnny Unitas 253  1956-1973
8. Dan Marino 252  1983-1999
9. Y.A. Tittle 248  1948-1964
10. Jim Hart 247  1966-1984
11. Bobby Layne 243  1948-1962
12. Dan Fouts 242  1973-1987
13. Warren Moon 233  1984-2000
14. John Elway 226  1983-1998
15. John Brodie 224  1957-1973
16. Ken Stabler 222  1970-1984
17. Babe Parilli 220  1952-1969
17. Joe Namath 220  1965-1977
19. Terry Bradshaw 210  1970-1983
20. Joe Ferguson 209  1973-1990

Most Interceptions Thrown, Active

1. Peyton Manning 198
2. Kerry Collins 195
3. Jon Kitna 163
4. Drew Brees 132
5. Matt Hasselbeck 128
6. Donovan McNabb 115
7. Eli Manning 113
8. Mark Brunell 108
9. Tom Brady 103
10. Jake Delhomme 101
11. Carson Palmer 100
12. Ben Roethlisberger 86
13. Jay Cutler 79
14. David Carr 71
15. Chad Pennington 64
16. Tony Romo 62
17 Michael Vick 58
17. Philip Rivers 58
19. Derek Anderson 55
20. David Garrard 54
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Posted on August 22, 2011, in NFL Football and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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