NFL starting quarterback playoff records

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The first NFL official playoff game was the 1933 NFL Championship Game between the Chicago Bears and New York Giants. A "playoff" game was played in 1932 between the Chicago Bears and Portsmouth Spartans to break a regular season tie, but is recorded in the team record books as a regular season game.[1] Since then there have been a total of 493 NFL playoff games including games from the AFL, but not the AAFC. The following list shows the career postseason records for each starting quarterback in the NFL playoffs from 1933 through the 2012–13 NFL playoffs.

A player is credited with a win or loss if he started the game and the team won or lost that game even if the player was injured or failed to complete the game.

Current record holders[edit]

Tom Brady holds the current NFL record for most playoff wins by a quarterback with 17. Brett Favre shares the current record for most playoff games started (24) with Brady and shares the record for most playoff losses with Peyton Manning at 11. For players with 5 or more playoff appearances, Bart Starr holds the record for the highest winning percentage (.900). Several quarterbacks are undefeated in post-season play but all of them have just a single appearance as a starter except for Frank Reich who has two starts. Hall of Fame quarterback Y. A. Tittle holds the record of the highest number of playoff starts without ever winning a game (4).

While many players have won playoff games for two teams, only one has won a championship for different franchises. Tobin Rote was quarterback for the NFL champion 1957 Lions and the AFL champion 1963 Chargers. Len Dawson led the Dallas Texans to an AFL title and earned two other AFL championships after they became the Kansas City Chiefs.

Note: from 1933-1949 some offenses did not employ a quarterback in the modern sense of the position. Listed below are the "primary passers" for those games, the players that passed the ball most in those games. They may not have actually started the game at quarterback. This format allows Hall of Fame quarterbacks like Sid Luckman and Sammy Baugh to maintain credit for their team's playoff records since they were obviously the top passer for their team. The players involved in such games are marked with an asterisk (*).

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Sorting 'Teams' in ascending order will list all champion quarterbacks for each team first and in the order they won the title game for their team.

Updated through 2012-13 playoffs.

Bold denotes an
active player
Won 1
NFL Championship
*
1920–1969
Won 2 or more
NFL Championships

1920–1969
Won 1
AFL Championship
~
1960–1969
Won 2 or more
AFL Championships

1960–1969
Won a
Super Bowl

1966–
Won 2 or more
Super Bowls
**
1966–
Quarterbacks Sorted by 1st - Most Wins
2nd - Highest Win Percentage
RankQuarterbackGames
Started
WinsLossesPercentTeamsChampionship
Season(s)
Ref
1Brady, TomTom Brady24177.708Pat 1
Patriots**
2001, 2003, 2004[2]
2Montana, JoeJoe Montana23167.69649 1
49ers** (14-5)
Chiefs (2-2)
1981, 1984, 1988, 1989[3]
3Bradshaw, TerryTerry Bradshaw19145.737Steel 1
Steelers**
1974, 1975, 1978, 1979[4]
4Elway, JohnJohn Elway21147.667Bronc 1
Broncos**
1997, 1998[5]
5Favre, BrettBrett Favre241311.542Pac 4
Packers (12-10)
Vikings (1-1)
1996[6]
6Aikman, TroyTroy Aikman15114.733Cow 2
Cowboys**
1992, 1993, 1995[7]
7Staubach, RogerRoger Staubach17116.647Cow 1
Cowboys**
1971, 1977
8Roethlisberger, BenBen Roethlisberger14104.714Steel 2
Steelers**
2005, 2008[8]
9Starr, BartBart Starr1091.900Pac 3
Packers↑
Packers**
01961, 1962, 1965, 1966, 19670
1966, 1967
[9]
10Warner, KurtKurt Warner1394.692Ram 3
Rams (5-2)
Cardinals (4-2)
1999[10]
Flacco, JoeJoe Flacco1394.692Rav 2
Ravens
2012[11]
12McNabb, DonovanDonovan McNabb1697.563Eagles[12]
13Kelly, JimJim Kelly1798.529Bills
14Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning20911.450Colt 3
Colts (9-10)
Broncos (0-1)
2006[13]
15Plunkett, JimJim Plunkett1082.800Raid 3
Raiders**
1980, 1983[14]
16Manning, EliEli Manning1183.727G 5
Giants**
2007, 2011[15]
17Young, SteveSteve Young1486.57149 2
49ers
1994[16]
18Marino, DanDan Marino18810.444Dolphins[17]
19Stabler, KenKen Stabler1275.583Raid 2
Raiders (7-4)
Oilers (0-1)
1976[18]
20Unitas, JohnnyJohnny Unitas862.750Colt 1
Colts↑
Colts
1958, 1959
1970
Theisman, JoeJoe Theisman862.750Red 3
Redskins
1982[19]
22Simms, PhilPhil Simms1064.600G 3
Giants
1986
23Griese, BobBob Griese1165.546Dol 1
Dolphins**
1972, 1973[20]
Tarkenton, FranFran Tarkenton1165.546Vikings[21]
25Luckman, SidSid Luckman*651.833Be 2
Bears↑
1940, 1941, 1943, 1946[22]
Dilfer, TrentTrent Dilfer651.833Rav 1Buccaneers (1-1)
Ravens (4-0)
2000[23]
27Rypien, MarkMark Rypien752.714Red 4
Redskins
1991[24]
28Dawson, LenLen Dawson853.625Chie 1
Dallas Texans / Chiefs‡
Chiefs
1962, 1966, 1969
1969
[25]
Delhomme, JakeJake Delhomme853.625Panthers
Rodgers, AaronAaron Rodgers853.625Pac 5
Packers
2010[26]
31Brees, DrewDrew Brees954.556Saint 1Chargers (0-1)
Saints (5-3)
2009[27]
32Morton, CraigCraig Morton1055.500Cowboys (3-2) Broncos (2-3)[28]
White, DannyDanny White1055.500Cowboys[29]
Brunell, MarkMark Brunell1055.500Jaguars (4-4) Redskins (1-1)[30]
McNair, SteveSteve McNair1055.500Titan 2Titans (5-4) Ravens (0-1)[31]
36Hasselbeck, MattMatt Hasselbeck1156.455Seahawks[32]
37Morrall, EarlEarl Morrall541.800Colt 2
Colts* (2-1)
Dolphins (2-0)
1968[33]
Hostetler, JeffJeff Hostetler541.800G 4
Giants (3-0)
Raiders (1-1)
1990[34]
39Sanchez, MarkMark Sanchez642.667Jets
40Graham, OttoOtto Graham743.571Brown 1
Browns↑
1950, 1954, 1955
Williams, DougDoug Williams743.571Red 3Buccaneers (1-3)
Redskins (3-0)
1987[35]
Johnson, BradBrad Johnson743.571Buc 1Vikings (0-1) Redskins (1-1)
Buccaneers (3-1)
2002[36]
Gannon, RichRich Gannon743.571Raiders
44Jaworski, RonRon Jaworski844.500Rams (1-0) Eagles (3-4)[37]
45Lamonica, DaryleDaryle Lamonica945.444Raid 1
Raiders~
1967
46Thompson, TommyTommy Thompson431.750Ea 1
Eagles↑
1948, 1949[38]
Layne, BobbyBobby Layne431.750Li 2
Lions↑
1952, 1953
Rote, TobinTobin Rote431.750Li 3
Lions* (2-0)
1957[39]
Charger 1
Chargers~ (1-1)
1963
49Pastorini, DanDan Pastorini532.600Titan 3Oilers
Woodley, DavidDavid Woodley532.600Dolphins
Esiason, BoomerBoomer Esiason532.600Bengals[40]
Schroeder, JayJay Schroeder532.600Redskins (2-1) Raiders (1-1)[41]
Eason, TonyTony Eason532.600Patriots[42]
Tomczak, MikeMike Tomczak532.600Bears (2-1) Steelers (1-1)[43]
55Baugh, SammySammy Baugh *633.500Red 1
Redskins↑
1937, 1942[44]
Ferragamo, VinceVince Ferragamo633.500Rams[45]
McMahon, JimJim McMahon633.500Be 4
Bears (3-2)
Vikings (0-1)
1985[46]
Humphries, StanStan Humphries633.500Chargers
Bledsoe, DrewDrew Bledsoe633.500Patriots
60Fouts, DanDan Fouts734.429Chargers[47]
Kosar, BernieBernie Kosar734.429Browns[48]
O'Donnell, NeilNeil O'Donnell734.429Steelers
Collins, KerryKerry Collins734.429Panthers(1-1) Giants (2-2) Titans (0-1)[49]
Rivers, PhilipPhilip Rivers734.429Chargers
65Krieg, DaveDave Krieg936.333Seahawks (3-4) Chiefs (0-1) Lions (0-1)[50]
Cunningham, RandallRandall Cunningham936.333Eagles (1-4) Vikings (2-2)[51]
67Moon, WarrenWarren Moon1037.300Titan 4Oilers (3-6) Vikings (0-1)[52]
68Reich, FrankFrank Reich2201.000Bills
70Heinrich, DonDon Heinrich321.667G 2
Giants*
1956
Blanda, GeorgeGeorge Blanda321.667Titan 1
Oilers‡
1960, 1961[53][54]
Namath, JoeJoe Namath321.667Jet 1
Jets~
Jets
1968
1968
Chandler, ChrisChris Chandler321.667Falcons[55]
Kaepernick, ColinColin Kaepernick321.66749ers[56]
74Danowski, EdEd Danowski422.500G 1
Giants↑
1934, 1938
Herber, ArnieArnie Herber *422.500Pac 1
Packers↑ (2-1)
Giants (0-1)
1936, 1939[57][58]
Waterfield, BobBob Waterfield422.500Ram 1
Rams↑
1945, 1951
Van Brocklin, NormNorm Van Brocklin422.500Ea 2Rams (1-2)
Eagles* (1-0)
1960
Kapp, JoeJoe Kapp422.500Vik 1
Vikings*
1969
Todd, RichardRichard Todd422.500Jets
Kramer, TommyTommy Kramer422.500Vikings[59]
Stewart, KordellKordell Stewart422.500Steelers
Culpepper, DaunteDaunte Culpepper422.500Vikings[60]
Grossman, RexRex Grossman422.500Bears
84Brodie, JohnJohn Brodie523.40049ers
Nelsen, BillBill Nelsen523.400Browns[61]
Haden, PatPat Haden523.400Rams
Wilson, WadeWade Wilson523.400Vikings[62]
Everett, JimJim Everett523.400Rams
Harbaugh, JimJim Harbaugh523.400Bears (0-1) Colts (2-2)[63]
Testaverde, VinnyVinny Testaverde523.400Browns (1-1) Jets (1-2)[64]
Vick, MichaelMichael Vick523.400Falcons (2-2) Eagles (0-1)[65]
92Kemp, JackJack Kemp624.333Bill 1Chargers (0-2)
Bills‡ (2-2)
1964, 1965[66]
Anderson, KenKen Anderson624.333Bengals
Plummer, JakeJake Plummer624.333Cardinals (1-1) Broncos (1-3)[67]
Garcia, JeffJeff Garcia624.33349ers (1-2) Eagles (1-1) Buccaneers (0-1)[68]
Pennington, ChadChad Pennington624.333Jets (2-3) Dolphins (0-1)[69]
97Kilmer, BillyBilly Kilmer725.286Redskins[70]
98Presnell, GlennGlenn Presnell1101.000Li 1
Lions*
1935
Comp, IrvIrv Comp *1101.000Pac 2
Packers*
1944[71]
Christman, PaulPaul Christman *1101.000Card 1
Cardinals*
1947[72]
Wade, BillBill Wade1101.000Be 3
Bears*
1963
Nielsen, GiffordGifford Nielsen1101.000TitansOilers
103Brumbaugh, CarlCarl Brumbaugh211.500Be 1
Bears*
1933
Parilli, BabeBabe Parilli211.500Patriots
Dickey, LynnLynn Dickey211.500Packers
Ryan, PatPat Ryan211.500Jets
Fuller, SteveSteve Fuller211.500Bears
Malone, MarkMark Malone211.500Steelers[73]
Brunner, ScottScott Brunner211.500Giants
Brock, DieterDieter Brock211.500Rams
Brister, BubbyBubby Brister211.500Steelers[74]
Miller, ChrisChris Miller211.500Falcons[75]
Beuerlein, SteveSteve Beuerlein211.500Cowboys
Peete, RodneyRodney Peete211.500Eagles
Maddox, TommyTommy Maddox211.500Steelers[76]
Brooks, AaronAaron Brooks211.500Saints[77]
Garrard, DavidDavid Garrard211.500Jaguars[78]
Tebow, TimTim Tebow211.500Broncos[79]
Cutler, JayJay Cutler211.500Bears
Yates, T. J.T. J. Yates211.500Texans[80]
Smith, AlexAlex Smith211.50049ers
Wilson, RussellRussell Wilson211.500Seahawks[81]
Schaub, MattMatt Schaub211.500Texans[82]
124Ryan, FrankFrank Ryan312.333Brown 2
Browns*
1964
Harris, JamesJames Harris312.333Rams
Lee, BobBob Lee312.333Vikings[83]
Kramer, ErikErik Kramer312.333Lions
Walsh, SteveSteve Walsh312.333Saints (0-1) Bears (1-1)[84]
George, JeffJeff George312.333Falcons (0-1) Vikings (1-1)[85]
Grbac, ElvisElvis Grbac312.333Chiefs (0-1) Ravens (1-1)[86]
Fiedler, JayJay Fiedler312.333Dolphins
King, ShaunShaun King312.333Buccaneers
Bulger, MarcMarc Bulger312.333Rams[87]
134Meredith, DonDon Meredith413.250Cowboys
Ferguson, JoeJoe Ferguson413.250Bills
Bartkowski, SteveSteve Bartkowski413.250Falcons
DeBerg, SteveSteve DeBerg413.250Broncos (0-1) Chiefs (1-2)[88]
Romo, TonyTony Romo413.250Cowboys[89]
139Ryan, MattMatt Ryan514.200Falcons[90]
140Newman, HarryHarry Newman*101.000Giants
Masterson, BernieBernie Masterson101.000Bears
Smith, RileyRiley Smith*101.000Redskins
Isbell, CecilCecil Isbell *101.000Packers[91]
Filchock, FrankFrank Filchock *101.000Giants[92]
Clement, JohnnyJohnny Clement *101.000Steelers
Lujack, JohnnyJohnny Lujack101.000Bears
Mallouf, RayRay Mallouf101.000Cardinals
O'Connell, TommyTommy O'Connell101.000Browns[93]
Ed Brown101.000Bears[94]
Plum, MiltMilt Plum101.000Browns
Cuozzo, GaryGary Cuozzo101.000Vikings
Matte, TomTom Matte101.000Colts[95]
Landry, GregGreg Landry101.000Lions
Carter, VirgilVirgil Carter101.000Bengals
Hunter, ScottScott Hunter101.000Packers
Strock, DonDon Strock101.000Browns
Sipe, BrianBrian Sipe101.000Browns[96]
Avellini, BobBob Avellini101.000Bears[97]
Danielson, GaryGary Danielson101.000Lions
Stoudt, CliffCliff Stoudt101.000Steelers[98]
Hipple, EricEric Hipple101.000Lions
Wilson, MarcMarc Wilson101.000Raiders
McDonald, PaulPaul McDonald101.000Browns
Kemp, JeffJeff Kemp101.000Rams
Lomax, NeilNeil Lomax101.000Cardinals
Blackledge, ToddTodd Blackledge101.000Chiefs[99]
Bono, SteveSteve Bono101.000Chiefs
Trudeau, JackJack Trudeau101.000Colts
Salisbury, SeanSean Salisbury101.000Vikings
Carlson, CodyCody Carlson101.000TitansOilers[100]
Marinovich, ToddTodd Marinovich101.000Raiders[101]
Zolak, ScottScott Zolak101.000Patriots
Detmer, TyTy Detmer101.000Eagles[102]
Collins, ToddTodd Collins101.000Redskins[103]
Miller, JimJim Miller101.000Bears
Johnson, RobRob Johnson101.000Bills
Kanell, DannyDanny Kanell101.000Giants
Kitna, JonJon Kitna101.000Seahawks
Holcomb, KellyKelly Holcomb101.000Browns
Wright, AnthonyAnthony Wright101.000Ravens[104]
Carter, QuincyQuincy Carter101.000Cowboys
Simms, ChrisChris Simms101.000Buccaneers[105]
Young, VinceVince Young101.000Titans[106]
Leftwich, ByronByron Leftwich101.000Jaguars[107]
Jackson, TarvarisTarvaris Jackson101.000Vikings[108]
Cassel, MattMatt Cassel101.000Chiefs
Stafford, MatthewMatthew Stafford101.000Lions
Webb, JoeJoe Webb101.000Vikings[109]
Luck, AndrewAndrew Luck101.000Colts[110]
Griffin III, RobertRobert Griffin III101.000Redskins[111]
191Leemans, TuffyTuffy Leemans *202.000Giants
Conerly, CharlieCharlie Conerly202.000Giants
Hadl, JohnJohn Hadl202.000Chargers (0-1) Rams (0-1)[112]
Gabriel, RomanRoman Gabriel202.000Rams
Beathard, PetePete Beathard202.000TitansOilers
Hart, JimJim Hart202.000Cardinals
Phipps, MikeMike Phipps202.000Browns (0-1) Bears (0-1)[113]
O'Brien, KenKen O'Brien202.000Jets
Flutie, DougDoug Flutie202.000Bears (0-1) Bills (0-1)[114]
Mitchell, ScottScott Mitchell202.000Lions
Frerotte, GusGus Frerotte202.000Lions (0-1) Broncos (0-1)[115]
Green, TrentTrent Green202.000Chiefs[116]
Palmer, CarsonCarson Palmer202.000Bengals[117]
Dalton, AndyAndy Dalton202.000Bengals[118]
205Jones, BertBert Jones303.000Colts[119]
Grogan, SteveSteve Grogan303.000Patriots[120]
Hebert, BobbyBobby Hebert303.000Saints[121]
208Tittle, Y. A.Y. A. Tittle404.00049ers (0-1) Giants (0-3)[122]

Starters for 3 different teams[edit]

Updated through 2012-13 playoffs.

Bold denotes an active playerWon a
Super Bowl
QuarterbackGamesTeamsWinsLossesPercent
Johnson, BradBrad Johnson7Vikings01.571
Redskins11
Buccaneers31
Collins, KerryKerry Collins7Panthers11.429
Giants22
Titans01
Krieg, DaveDave Krieg9Seahawks34.333
Chiefs01
Lions01
Garcia, JeffJeff Garcia649ers12.333
Eagles11
Buccaneers01

Starters for 2 different teams[edit]

Bold denotes
an active player
Won 1
NFL Championship
*
1920–1969
Won 2 or more
NFL Championships

1920–1969
Won 1
AFL Championship
~
1960–1969
Won 2 or more
AFL Championships

1960–1969
Won a
Super Bowl
Won 2 or more
Super Bowls
**

Updated through 2012-13 playoffs.

Quarterbacks Sorted by Win Percentage
QuarterbackGamesTeamsWinsLossesPercent
Dilfer, TrentTrent Dilfer6Buccaneers11.833
Ravens40
Morrall, EarlEarl Morrall5Colts*21.800
Dolphins20
Hostetler, JeffJeff Hostetler5Giants30.800
Raiders11
Rote, TobinTobin Rote4Lions*20.750
Chargers~11
Montana, JoeJoe Montana2349ers**145.696
Chiefs22
Warner, KurtKurt Warner13Rams52.692
Cardinals42
Schroeder, JayJay Schroeder5Redskins21.600
Raiders11
Tomczak, MikeMike Tomczak5Bears21.600
Steelers11
Stabler, KenKen Stabler12Raiders74.583
Oilers01
Williams, DougDoug Williams7Buccaneers13.571
Redskins30
Brees, DrewDrew Brees9Chargers01.556
Saints53
Favre, BrettBrett Favre24Packers1210.542
Vikings11
Morton, CraigCraig Morton10Cowboys32.500
Broncos23
Brunell, MarkMark Brunell10Jaguars44.500
Redskins11
McNair, SteveSteve McNair10Titans54.500
Ravens01
Jaworski, RonRon Jaworski8Rams10.500
Eagles34
McMahon, JimJim McMahon6Bears32.500
Vikings01
Herber, ArnieArnie Herber *4Packers*21.500
Giants01
Van Brocklin, NormNorm Van Brocklin4Rams12.500
Eagles*10
Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning20Colts910.450
Broncos01
Harbaugh, JimJim Harbaugh5Bears01.400
Colts22
Testaverde, VinnyVinny Testaverde5Browns11.400
Jets12
Vick, MichaelMichael Vick5Falcons22.400
Eagles01
Cunningham, RandallRandall Cunningham9Eagles14.333
Vikings22
Kemp, JackJack Kemp6Chargers02.333
Bills~22
Plummer, JakeJake Plummer6Cardinals11.333
Broncos13
Pennington, ChadChad Pennington6Jets23.333
Dolphins01
Walsh, SteveSteve Walsh3Saints01.333
Bears11
George, JeffJeff George3Falcons01.333
Vikings11
Grbac, ElvisElvis Grbac3Chiefs01.333
Ravens11
Moon, WarrenWarren Moon10Oilers36.300
Vikings01
DeBerg, SteveSteve DeBerg4Broncos01.250
Chiefs12
Hadl, JohnJohn Hadl2Chargers01.000
Rams01
Phipps, MikeMike Phipps2Browns01.000
Bears01
Flutie, DougDoug Flutie2Bears01.000
Bills01
Frerotte, GusGus Frerotte2Lions01.000
Broncos01
Tittle, Y. A.Y. A. Tittle449ers01.000
Giants03

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