Which quarterbacks have thrown the most interceptions over the course of their careers? Is it an AFC quarterback, an NFC quarterback, or one that played in both conferences? Football Almanac is pleased to present the top one-hundred all-time career leaders in interceptions thrown.
Notes: Bold faced names denote football players who appeared in at least one game during the most recently completed NFL season and all player names may be clicked to view comprehensive stats.
Did you know that George Blanda (#2 all time interceptions thrown) played quarterback from 1949 through 1975 — one of the few players in NFL history to play in four difference decades?
On Sunday, October 14, 2007, Brett Favre of the Green Bay Packers saw rookie James Jones open deep down field with 11:20 left to play in the third quarter. Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor picked off the pass which was thrown short and Favre passed Blanda for first place on the all-time interceptions thrown chart.
Dan Marino (see quote at top of page) never thought the record for career interceptions would be broken, but it was. Do you believe Peyton Manning might break it? How about Kerry Collins? Share your opinion with us on Pigskin Fever.