NFL: Most Interceptions Thrown in the Past 5 Years, Since 2000 and Since the Merger (1970)

Eli Manning and the New York Giants are 0-6. Egad, man.

Manning threw another three interceptions last night, padding his lead over every NFL quarterback of the past five seasons.

By the way, Peyton Manning has thrown a bunch of interceptions himself. Find out where the Manning brothers rank in the past 5 seasons, since 2000 and since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger…

MOST INTERCEPTIONS, PAST 5 SEASONS

  QUARTERBACK INT FROM TO
Eli Manning  95  2008  2013 
Drew Brees  87  2008  2013 
Jay Cutler  87  2008  2013 
Carson Palmer  76  2008  2013 
Ryan Fitzpatrick  75  2008  2013 
Philip Rivers  73  2008  2013 
Mark Sanchez  69  2009  2013 
Josh Freeman  66  2009  2013 
Joe Flacco  64  2008  2013 
10  Matt Schaub  64  2008  2013 
11  Matt Hasselbeck  63  2008  2013 
12  Matt Ryan  63  2008  2013 
13  Tony Romo  61  2008  2013 
14  Ben Roethlisberger  59  2008  2013 
15  Peyton Manning  57  2008  2013 
16  Matthew Stafford  57  2009  2013 
17  Matt Cassel  55  2008  2013 
18  Chad Henne  50  2008  2013 
19  Brett Favre  48  2008  2010 
20  Aaron Rodgers  48  2008  2013 

MOST INTERCEPTIONS, SINCE 2000

  QUARTERBACK INT FROM TO
Brett Favre  195  2000  2010 
Drew Brees  169  2001  2013 
Peyton Manning  167  2000  2013 
Eli Manning  159  2004  2013 
Matt Hasselbeck  147  2000  2013 
Jon Kitna  139  2000  2011 
Carson Palmer  139  2004  2013 
Tom Brady  126  2000  2013 
Kerry Collins  121  2000  2011 
10  Kurt Warner  115  2000  2009 
11  Ben Roethlisberger  113  2004  2013 
12  Donovan McNabb  110  2000  2011 
13  Daunte Culpepper  106  2000  2009 
14  Jay Cutler  106  2006  2013 
15  Trent Green  103  2000  2008 
16  Jake Plummer  102  2000  2006 
17  Philip Rivers  98  2004  2013 
18  Jake Delhomme  96  2002  2011 
19  Marc Bulger  93  2002  2009 
20  Tony Romo  93  2004  2013 

MOST INTERCEPTIONS, SINCE 1970

QUARTERBACK INT FROM TO
1 Brett Favre  336 1991 2010
2 Vinny Testaverde  267 1987 2007
3 Dan Marino 252 1983 1999
4 Dan Fouts 242 1973 1987
5 Warren Moon 233 1984 2000
6 John Elway 226 1983 1998
7 Ken Stabler  222 1970 1984
8 Terry Bradshaw 210 1970 1983
9 Peyton Manning  210 1998 2013
10 Joe Ferguson  209 1973 1990
11 Steve Grogan  208 1975 1990
12 Drew Bledsoe  206 1993 2006
13 Dave Krieg  199 1980 1998
14 Jim Plunkett  198 1971 1986
15 Steve DeBerg  194 1978 1998
16 Jim Hart  187 1970 1984
17 Boomer Esiason  184 1984 1997
18 Kerry Collins  181 1995 2011
19 Lynn Dickey  179 1971 1985
20 Jim Everett  175 1986 1997

Posted on October 10, 2013, in NFL Football and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. A solid chunk of our staff is comprised of Giants fans. We officially dub Eli Manning the most frustrating quarterback in the history of the NFL. 2 Super Bowls since 2007 – one 2 seasons ago – and he’s absolutely worthy to be benched right now. He’s also, we believe, chiefly responsible for at least 2 of NY’s 6 losses (and the way the NFC East looks, 2-4 could lead the division by the end of Week 6).

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