NFL: Most Passing Touchdowns in Playoff History (Since 1960)

Joe Montana Has the Most Passing Touchdowns in Playoff History - 45

Joe Montana Has the Most Passing Touchdowns in Playoff History – 45 (manginphotography.net)

Joe Montana is the NFL‘s all-time leader in playoff passing touchdowns, just edging out Brett Favre by one.

As of the date of this post, here are the top 20 all time, with actives highlighted in bold.

Tom Brady has the chance this season to spring into the top three.  Drew Brees and his New Orleans Saints are also still alive this postseason.

Who is up-and-coming? Aaron Rodgers is already at 13 TDs.  Eli Manning has 11.

For a look at the full query (77 QBs), click here.

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Enjoy the games.

Note: These numbers include playoff games + Super Bowl.

UPDATED LIST: Through the 2014 Wild Card Weekend. For the full active query throughout the 2014 playoffs, click here.

  QUARTERBACK TOUCHDOWNS
1. Joe Montana 45
2. Brett Favre 44
3. Tom Brady 43
4. Peyton Manning 37
5. Dan Marino 32
6. Kurt Warner 31
7. Terry Bradshaw 30
8. John Elway 27
9. Drew Brees 24
9. Donovan McNabb 24
9. Roger Staubach 24
12. Troy Aikman 23
13. Jim Kelly 21
13. Joe Flacco 21
15. Ben Roethlisberger  20
15. Steve Young 20
17. Aaron Rodgers 19
17. Ken Stabler 19
19. Matt Hasselbeck  18
20. Eli Manning 17
20. Warren Moon 17

 

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Posted on January 14, 2012, in NFL Football and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

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