Which quarterbacks have had the most passing touchdowns 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 touchdown passes.
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.
"It (throwing career touchdown number 421) feels great, but I've never considered myself as good a quarterback as Dan Marino. Dan was a hero of mine. To be mentioned in the same breath as Dan and other guys really makes it special." - Brett Favre on FoxNews.com (10/01/2007, AP Wire, Link)
Were you aware that in the entire history of the NFL only two quarterbacks, Brett Favre & Dan Marino, have ever thrown more than four-hundred touchdown passes?
On Sunday, September 30, 2007, Brett Favre threw his 421st career touchdown (see video below) passing the all-time mark set by Marino — did you know he also set during this same game the all-time record for career passing attempts?
Will Peyton Manning, number third all-time in career touchdown passes thrown, shatter this record during his career and reach the five-hundred mark? Share your opinion with us on Pigskin Fever.