Which are the 15 NFL players in the world who made the most Passing Yards from 1932 to 2019? In this video-timeline made thanks to the data in the NFL databases and the pro-football-reference website, the greatest NFL champions are shown.
Drew Bress leads the ranking of players with the most Passing Yards in history
The most Passing Yards ranking in history sees Drew Bress leading with 77416 in 2019, followed by Tom Brady with 74751 and in third place Peyton Manning. Drew Bress, the current Quaterback of the New Orleans Saints, started playing first in the Purdue Boilermakers’ junior league and then, from 2001 to 2005, played for the San Diego Chargers and finally from 2006 to date in the New Orelans Saints. In total, to date, Brees has played 275 games. Tom Brady instead, second in the standings, played for 19 seasons in the N.E. Patriots and from 2020 onwards in Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He also played 285 games of which 283 as a regular player. If the first two players are still playing, in third place is Peyton Manning who, after playing from 1998 to 2011 in the Indianapolis Colts and from 2012 in the Denver Broncos, retired having played 266 games.
The ranking of the Top 15 NFL Passing Yards players
In 2019 the ranking of the top 15 players in the world of NFL Per Passing Yards sees in order: Drew Brees, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Brett Favre, Dan Marino, Philip Riversi, Eli Manning, Ben Roethlisberger, John Elway, Matt Ryan, Warren Moon, Fran Tarkenton, Aaron Rodgers, Carson Palmer and finally in 15th place Vinny Testavedere with 46233.