List of NFL quarterbacks who have posted a perfect passer rating

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In the National Football League (NFL), the highest official passer rating that a quarterback can achieve is 158.3, which is considered a perfect passer rating. To qualify, a quarterback must attempt at least 10 passes, have zero interceptions, and have minimums of a 77.5% completion percentage, 11.88% touchdown passes percentage, and 12.5 yards per attempt. The passer rating was developed in 1971.[1][2]

Applying the formula to pre and post-1971 quarterbacks, as of September 2018, there have been 59 different players, on 70 occasions, who have achieved a perfect passer rating. Four of these ratings have occurred in the post-season. Seven quarterbacks have achieved the feat more than once: Peyton Manning threw four; Ben Roethlisberger and Kurt Warner have thrown three; and Craig Morton, Dave Krieg, Ken O'Brien, and Tom Brady have two.

Ben Roethlisberger is the only quarterback with multiple perfect ratings in a single regular season, when he achieved the feat twice in 2007. The San Francisco 49ers had two different quarterbacks achieve a perfect rating in the same season, with Steve Young (week 7) and Joe Montana (week 10) both earning perfect ratings.

Drew Bledsoe, Robert Griffin III, and Marcus Mariota are the only quarterbacks to achieve a perfect passer rating in their rookie seasons, with Mariota being the only quarterback to post one in his NFL debut.

Four of these performances were in a losing cause, though Chad Pennington is the only quarterback to play from start to finish and earn both a loss and a perfect rating. Eleven quarterbacks have had a perfect 158.3 passer rating and also earned a 0.0 (lowest) passer rating during their careers: Johnny Unitas, Joe Namath, Terry Bradshaw, Len Dawson, Bob Griese, James Harris, Bob Lee, Craig Morton, Dan Fouts, Eli Manning, and Peyton Manning.

List[edit]

# Quarterback Date Team Opponent Result CMP ATT YDS TDS Notes
1 Ray Mallouf[3] October 17, 1948 Chicago Cardinals @New York Giants W 63–35 14 18 252 4
2 Sammy Baugh[4] October 16, 1949 Washington Redskins New York Bulldogs W 38–14 16 20 254 4
3 Otto Graham[5] October 10, 1954 Cleveland Browns Chicago Cardinals W 31–7 14 18 266 3
4 George Ratterman[6] November 7, 1954 Cleveland Browns Washington Redskins W 62–3 10 11 208 3 Browns 2nd 158.3 in the 1954 season. Two QBs
5 Milt Plum[7] October 5, 1958 Cleveland Browns Pittsburgh Steelers W 45–12 13 14 197 2
6 M.C. Reynolds[8] December 6, 1959 Chicago Cardinals Detroit Lions L 45–21 8 10 170 2 Was the backup QB
7 Len Dawson[9] September 7, 1963 Kansas City Chiefs Denver Broncos W 59–7 12 15 278 4 First AFL quarterback to have a perfect game.
8 Y.A. Tittle[10] November 10, 1963 New York Giants Philadelphia Eagles W 42–14 16 20 261 3
9 Frank Ryan[11] December 12, 1964 Cleveland Browns New York Giants W 52–20 12 13 202 5
10 Sonny Jurgensen[12] October 24, 1965 Washington Redskins @St. Louis Cardinals W 24–20 12 14 195 3
11 Joe Namath[13] October 22, 1967 New York Jets @Miami Dolphins W 33–14 13 15 199 2
12 Johnny Unitas[14] November 12, 1967 Baltimore Colts Atlanta Falcons W 49–7 17 20 370 4
13 Don Meredith[15] December 12, 1967 Dallas Cowboys Cleveland Browns W 52–14 10 12 212 2 NFL Divisional round.
14 Craig Morton (1)[16] October 5, 1969 Dallas Cowboys @Philadelphia Eagles W 38–7 14 18 261 3
15 Fran Tarkenton[17] October 25, 1970 New York Giants St. Louis Cardinals W 35–17 15 18 280 5
16 Daryle Lamonica[18] September 17, 1972 Oakland Raiders @Pittsburgh Steelers L 34–28 8 10 172 2 Did not start the game.
17 Dick Shiner[19] September 16, 1973 Atlanta Falcons New Orleans Saints W 62–7 13 15 227 3 Had an unofficial 0.0 game (9 attempts) the following week.
18 Bob Lee[20] October 14, 1973 Atlanta Falcons Chicago Bears W 46–6 11 13 181 2 Had a 0.0 game later that season.
19 James Harris[21] October 20, 1974 Los Angeles Rams San Francisco 49ers W 37–14 12 15 276 3 1st African-American to do this accomplishment.
20 Ken Anderson[22] November 3, 1974 Cincinnati Bengals Baltimore Colts W 24–14 17 21 297 3
21 Jim Hart[23] November 23, 1975 St. Louis Cardinals New York Jets W 37–6 11 13 242 2
22 Dan Fouts[24] September 26, 1976 San Diego Chargers St. Louis Cardinals W 43–24 15 18 259 4
23 Scott Hunter[25] October 31, 1976 Atlanta Falcons New Orleans Saints W 23–20 10 11 138 2 Fewest yards of any game on this list.
24 Terry Bradshaw[26] December 19, 1976 Pittsburgh Steelers Baltimore Colts W 40–14 14 18 264 3 AFC Divisional round.
25 Steve Grogan[27] October 29, 1978 New England Patriots New York Jets W 55–21 15 19 281 4
26 Brian Sipe[28] October 29, 1978 Cleveland Browns Buffalo Bills W 41–20 12 15 217 3
27 Bob Griese[29] December 18, 1978 Miami Dolphins New England Patriots W 23–3 12 13 171 2
28 Vince Evans[30] December 7, 1980 Chicago Bears Green Bay Packers W 61–7 18 22 316 3
29 Craig Morton (2)[31] September 27, 1981 Denver Broncos San Diego Chargers W 42–24 17 18 308 4
30 Dave Krieg (1)[32] December 24, 1983 Seattle Seahawks Denver Broncos W 31–7 12 13 200 3 AFC Wild Card round.
31 Steve Bartkowski[33] September 23, 1984 Atlanta Falcons Houston Oilers W 42–10 11 13 195 3
32 Ken O'Brien (1)[34] November 2, 1986 New York Jets Seattle Seahawks W 38–7 26 32 431 4 1st QB (of 3) to combine 400 yard game with a perfect rating, 1st QB (of 3) to maintain completion percentage on 30+ attempts.
33 Steve Young[35] October 22, 1989 San Francisco 49ers New England Patriots W 37–20 11 12 188 3
34 Joe Montana[36] November 12, 1989 San Francisco 49ers Atlanta Falcons W 45–3 16 19 270 3
35 Ken O'Brien (2)[37] December 23, 1990 New York Jets New England Patriots W 42–7 11 12 210 2
36 Rich Gannon[38] October 15, 1992 Minnesota Vikings Detroit Lions W 31–14 8 10 146 2
37 Bobby Hebert[39] September 12, 1993 Atlanta Falcons New Orleans Saints L 34–31 14 18 243 3 Did not enter the game until the 4th quarter.
38 Mike Buck[40] October 17, 1993 New Orleans Saints Pittsburgh Steelers L 37–14 10 11 164 2 Did not start the game.
39 Drew Bledsoe[41] December 26, 1993 New England Patriots Indianapolis Colts W 38–0 9 11 143 2 Rookie season, 11th start in his 12th game. Only shutout win on this list.
40 Craig Erickson[42] September 11, 1994 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Indianapolis Colts W 24–10 19 24 313 3
41 Dave Krieg (2)[43] November 24, 1994 Detroit Lions Buffalo Bills W 35–21 20 25 351 3
42 Chris Chandler[44] September 25, 1995 Houston Oilers Cincinnati Bengals W 38–28 23 26 352 4
43 Jeff Blake[45] October 19, 1995 Cincinnati Bengals Pittsburgh Steelers W 27–9 18 22 275 3
44 Kurt Warner (1)[46] October 3, 1999 St. Louis Rams Cincinnati Bengals W 38–10 17 21 310 3
45 Kurt Warner (2)[47] October 1, 2000 St. Louis Rams San Diego Chargers W 57–31 24 30 390 4 2nd QB (of 3) to maintain completion percentage on 30+ attempts.
46 Peyton Manning (1)[48] October 22, 2000 Indianapolis Colts New England Patriots W 30–23 16 20 268 3
47 Doug Flutie[49] December 24, 2000 Buffalo Bills Seattle Seahawks W 42–23 20 25 366 3
48 Peyton Manning (2)[50] November 10, 2002 Indianapolis Colts Philadelphia Eagles W 35–13 18 23 319 3
49 Kerry Collins[51] December 22, 2002 New York Giants Indianapolis Colts W 44–27 23 29 366 4
50 Peyton Manning (3)[52] September 28, 2003 Indianapolis Colts New Orleans Saints W 55–21 20 25 314 6
51 Chad Pennington[53] November 16, 2003 New York Jets Indianapolis Colts L 38–31 11 14 219 3 Only QB known to have started and lost the game with a perfect passer rating.
52 Trent Green[54] December 14, 2003 Kansas City Chiefs Detroit Lions W 45–17 20 25 341 3
53 Peyton Manning (4)[55] January 4, 2004 Indianapolis Colts Denver Broncos W 41–10 22 26 377 5 AFC Wild Card round.
54 Ben Roethlisberger (1)[56] September 11, 2005 Pittsburgh Steelers Tennessee Titans W 34–7 9 11 218 2
55 Donovan McNabb[57] September 23, 2007 Philadelphia Eagles Detroit Lions W 56–21 21 26 381 4
56 Tom Brady (1)[58] October 21, 2007 New England Patriots Miami Dolphins W 49–28 21 25 354 6
57 Ben Roethlisberger (2)[59] November 5, 2007 Pittsburgh Steelers Baltimore Ravens W 38–7 13 16 209 5
58 Ben Roethlisberger (3)[60] December 20, 2007 Pittsburgh Steelers St. Louis Rams W 41–24 16 20 261 3 2nd 158.3 game, 1st QB with two perfect ratings in the same season. (Regular season).
59 Kurt Warner (3)[61] September 14, 2008 Arizona Cardinals Miami Dolphins W 31–10 19 24 361 3
60 Eli Manning[62] October 11, 2009 New York Giants Oakland Raiders W 44–7 8 10 173 2 Left game before half-time.
61 Drew Brees[63] November 30, 2009 New Orleans Saints New England Patriots W 38–17 18 23 371 5
62 Tom Brady (2)[64] November 25, 2010 New England Patriots @Detroit Lions W 45–24 21 27 341 4 Thanksgiving Day game.
63 Robert Griffin III[65] November 18, 2012 Washington Redskins Philadelphia Eagles W 31–6 14 15 200 4 Rookie season, 10th game in his 10th start.
64 Nick Foles[66] November 3, 2013 Philadelphia Eagles @Oakland Raiders W 49–20 22 28 406 7 2nd QB (of 3) to combine 400 yard game with a perfect rating. Tied NFL record of 7 TD passes in one game. 9th game as a starting QB (sophomore season, thirteen total appearances).
65 Alex Smith[67] December 15, 2013 Kansas City Chiefs @Oakland Raiders W 56–31 17 20 287 5 A career high 5 TD passes for Smith. Second perfect passer rating thrown against the Oakland Raiders during the 2013 NFL season.
66 Geno Smith[68] December 28, 2014 New York Jets @Miami Dolphins W 37–24 20 25 358 3
67 Marcus Mariota[69] September 13, 2015 Tennessee Titans @Tampa Bay Buccaneers W 42–14 13 16 209 4 First career NFL start.
68 Ryan Tannehill[70] October 25, 2015 Miami Dolphins Houston Texans W 44–26 18 19 282 4 Only QB to have three TDs of 50+ yards in a game; 4th TD came with 14:10 remaining in 2nd quarter; perfect at end of 3rd quarter (15-15-237-4); highest completion percentage for a perfect game (94.7%); only incompletion came with 7:51 remaining in the game.
69 Kirk Cousins[71] November 15, 2015 Washington Redskins New Orleans Saints W 47–14 20 25 324 4
70 Jared Goff[72] September 27, 2018 Los Angeles Rams Minnesota Vikings W 38–31 26 33 465 5 A career high 5 TD passes for Goff. Opposite QB (Kirk Cousins) was the last to post a perfect passer rating game. Most passing yards, completions (tied) and attempts of any game on this list. 3rd QB (of 3) to combine 400 yard game with a perfect rating, 3rd QB (of 3) to maintain completion percentage on 30+ attempts.

Perfect games by franchises[edit]

Franchises Number of Games
Colts, Falcons, Jets 5
Patriots, Giants, Redskins, Steelers, Rams 4
Cardinals, Chiefs 3
49ers, Bengals, Browns, Cowboys, Dolphins, Eagles, Saints, Titans/Oilers 2
Bears, Bills, Broncos, Buccaneers, Chargers, Lions, Raiders, Seahawks, Vikings 1
Jaguars, Packers, Panthers, Ravens, Texans 0

Perfect game frequency[edit]

Games with a perfect passer rating are rare in the NFL. Before the start of the 2010 NFL season, there had been 14,633 regular season and 467 postseason games,[73][74] providing over 30,000 opportunities to reach the perfect rating milestone. With more teams/games and a general increase in passing efficiency from rules changes, these performances have increased in number since.

Only Ken O'Brien, Nick Foles and Jared Goff have achieved a perfect rating while throwing for 400 yards.

The most perfect passer games in a single year are the four in 2007 (including two by Ben Roethlisberger). Only once—October 29, 1978—have two quarterbacks (Steve Grogan and Brian Sipe) earned a perfect passer rating on the same day.

Decade Perfect games
1940s 2
1950s 4
1960s 8
1970s 13
1980s 7
1990s 10
2000s 17
2010s 9

Statistics[edit]

Only three quarterbacks have accomplished a perfect passer rating with 30 or more attempts. Ken O'Brien threw 26-for-32 in his perfect game for a completion rate of 81%, while Kurt Warner threw 24 of 30 in his perfect game for a completion rate of 80% and Jared Goff threw 26 of 33 in his perfect game for a completion rate of 78.8%. Ryan Tannehill holds the record for completion rate in a perfect game, throwing 18 of 19 for 94.7% in his 2015 perfect game. Chris Chandler has the best rate for a game with at least 20 pass attempts (23 of 26) for 88% completed in his 1995 perfect game.

Only Nick Foles has accomplished a perfect passer rating with seven touchdowns thrown. Two quarterbacks have accomplished a perfect passer rating with six touchdowns thrown: Peyton Manning was the first to achieve the record on September 28, 2003 against the New Orleans Saints, while Tom Brady matched the feat on October 21, 2007 against the Miami Dolphins. Thirteen quarterbacks have accomplished a perfect game with only two touchdowns thrown. It is impossible to achieve a perfect game with only one touchdown because of the 10 passing attempt minimum to qualify, combined with the minimum 11.875% touchdown-to-attempted-pass ratio.

Three quarterbacks have accomplished a perfect passer rating with more than 400 passing yards. Ken O'Brien threw for 431 yards on November 2, 1986 against the Seattle Seahawks. Nick Foles threw for 406 yards on November 3, 2013 against the Oakland Raiders. Jared Goff threw for 465 yards on September 27, 2018 against the Minnesota Vikings. Only three quarterbacks have accomplished a perfect game with fewer than 150 passing yards. Scott Hunter threw for 138 yards on October 31, 1976 against the New Orleans Saints, Drew Bledsoe threw for 143 yards on December 26, 1993 against the Indianapolis Colts, and Rich Gannon threw for 146 yards on October 15, 1992 against the Detroit Lions.

Only three quarterbacks have accomplished a perfect passer rating in their rookie season. Drew Bledsoe of the New England Patriots achieved it against the Indianapolis Colts on December 26, 1993; Robert Griffin III of the Washington Redskins did it against the Philadelphia Eagles on November 18, 2012; and Marcus Mariota of the Tennessee Titans did it against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on September 13, 2015, the first quarterback to do so in his professional debut. Only one QB, Ben Roethlisberger, has accomplished a perfect passer rating twice in one season, against the Ravens on November 5, 2007; and against the St. Louis Rams on December 20, 2007.[75]

Greatest "perfect" games[edit]

Within the confines of the perfect passer rating, there is room for one performance to be statistically more dominant than another. Unlike a perfect game in baseball or a 300-point game in bowling, which are strictly the most effective result you can achieve in the game, the benchmark of perfection for an NFL passer is arbitrarily drawn.

The record for most touchdown passes in a perfect game (7) was set by Nick Foles on November 3, 2013 against the Oakland Raiders. In this game he also threw for 406 yards on 22 completed passes with 28 attempted passes, which ranks 3rd most all-time yards thrown in a perfect game, tied for 6th most all-time completed passes in a perfect game, and 5th most all-time attempted passes in a perfect game. He left the game with approximately 4 minutes remaining in the 3rd quarter.

Jared Goff on September 27, 2018 threw for 5 touchdowns with 465 yards on 26 completed passes and 33 attempted passes, which is the record for most all-time yards and attempted passes in a perfect game, tied for most completed passes in a perfect game, and tied for 4th most all-time touchdowns in a perfect game.

Ken O'Brien on November 2, 1986 threw for 4 touchdowns with 436 yards on 26 completed passes and 32 attempted passes, which is tied for most completed passes in a perfect game and tied for 11th most all-time touchdowns in a perfect game.

Peyton Manning on September 28, 2003 threw for 6 touchdowns with 314 yards on 20 completed passes and 25 attempted passes. Similarly, Tom Brady on October 21, 2007 threw for 6 touchdowns with 354 yards on 21 completed passes and 25 attempted passes. Both of these efforts rank lower than the Nick Foles November 3, 2013 game by every metric except passing efficiency.

Kurt Warner on October 1, 2001 threw for 4 touchdowns with 390 yards on 24 completed passes and 30 attempted passes. This game had 3 fewer touchdowns and 16 fewer yards than the Nick Foles 2013 performance but exceeded it in number of completions and passing efficiency. It matched the number of touchdowns in the Ken O'Brien performance in 1986, but it ranks lower in the other metrics.

Peyton Manning on January 4, 2004 in an AFC Wild Card game threw for 5 touchdowns with 377 yards on 22 completed passes and 26 attempted passes. This game exceeds the Nick Foles 2013 performance only in passing efficiency.

The two best games (based on these primary statistics) when measured against each other are the Nick Foles November 3, 2013 game and the Jared Goff September 27, 2018 game. The comparison between these games would be +2 touchdowns for Foles against +59 yards, +4 completed passes and better efficiency for Goff.

If using the NCAA formula for passer rating, the performance by Frank Ryan on December 12, 1964 against the New York Giants would be highest rated perfect game. Ryan's 12 completions on 13 attempts for 202 yards and 5 touchdowns would result in an NCAA quarterback passer rating of 349.75, heavily influenced by Ryan's 38.5% touchdown percentage. It would also result in an NFL passer rating of 271.96 if the NFL formula were unconstrained.

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