NFL and Denver Broncos Postseason Marks

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Matt Prater

As the 2013 Denver Broncos enter into this year’s postseason tournament, I thought it would be a good idea to check on the individual playoff records to see how our favorite team matches up. While I was at it, it seemed only right to add the franchise marks as well. This way we can track them during Denver’s march toward Super Bowl XLVIII.

Here is what I’ve charted.

NOTE: (NFL) – is the NFL record. (BR) is the Broncos franchise record

MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE – Game (COMBINED RUSHING AND PASSING YARDS)

  • (BR) 424 Elway, vs. Cleveland, 1/14/90 (39/385)

  • 366 Tebow, vs. Pittsburgh, 1/8/12 (50/316)

 

YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE – Career

  • (NFL) Jerry Rice – 2,289, (1985-2004)

  • (BR)(11) Terrell Davis – 1,271, (1995-2001)

  • (38) Rod Smith – 864, (1995-2006)

 

RUSHING

 

MOST RUSHES – Game

  • (NFL) Lamar Smith – 40 –  Miami Dolphins vs. Indianapolis Colts, 12/30/2000

  • (BR) Terrell Davis – 32, vs. N.Y. Jets, 1/17/99

 

MOST RUSHING YARDS – Game

  • (NFL) Eric Dickerson – 248 – Los Angeles Rams vs. Dallas Cowboys, 1/4/86

  • (BR) Terrell Davis – 199, vs. Miami, 1/9/99

 

HIGHEST RUSHING AVERAGE – Career (min. 10 carries)

  • (NFL) Keith Lincoln – 15.8 avg.,  1961-1968

  • (19th) (BR) Derek Loville – 6.1, 1997-99 (25-152)

  • (T-26) Terrell Davis – 5.6, 1995-2001

 

HIGHEST RUSHING AVERAGE – Single Postseason

  • (NFL) Keith Lincoln – 15.8 avg., 1963

 

HIGHEST RUSHING AVERAGE – Game (min. 10 carries)

  • (NFL) Elmer Angsman – 15.9 – Chicago Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Eagles, 12/28/1947

  • (22) (BR) Terrell Davis, vs. Miami – 9.5, 1/9/99 (21-199)

 

MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS – Career

  • (NFL) 19 Emmitt Smith, 1990-2004

  • (BR) 12 Terrell Davis, 1995-2002

 

MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS – Game

  • (NFL) Ricky Watters – 5 – San Francisco 49ers vs. New York Giants, 1/15/94

  • (BR) Terrell Davis- 3, vs. Green Bay, 1/25/98

 

LONGEST RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE – Game

  • (NFL) Fred Taylor – 90 – Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Miami Dolphins, 1/15/00

  • (BR) Terrell Davis – 62, vs. Miami, 1/9/99

 

PASSING

 

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS – Career

  • (NFL) Tom Brady – (887) – 2000-2012

  • (2) Brett Favre – (791) – 1991-2010

  • (3) Peyton Manning – (761) – 1998-2012

Peyton needs 31 attempts to move into 2nd place all-time.

 

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS – Game

  • (NFL) Steve Young – 65 – 49ers vs. Green Bay Packers, 1/6/96

  • (BR) Elway – 47, at L.A. Raiders, 1/9/94

  • 38 Elway-3 times

  • (42) Peyton Manning – 48 – Colts vs. San Diego Chargers, 1/13/08

 

MOST COMPLETIONS – Career

  • (1) Tom Brady – (553) – 2000-2012

  • (2) Brett Favre – (481) – 1991-2010

  • (2) Peyton Manning – (481) – 1998-2012

Peyton will be alone in 2nd place with his first complete pass on Sunday.

MOST COMPLETIONS – Game

  • (NFL) Drew Brees – 40 Saints vs. San Francisco 49ers, 1/14/2012

  • (BR) Elway – 29, at L.A. Raiders, 1/9/94

  • (T-5.) Peyton Manning – 33 – Colts vs. Chargers, 1/13/08

 

4TH QUARTER COMEBACKS – Career

  • (NFL) Joe Montana – 5, (1979-1994)

  • (2) Eli Manning, John Elway, Tom Brady, Terry Bradshaw – 4

  • (T-20) Colin Kaepernick, Drew Brees, Russell Wilson, Philip Rivers, Peyton Manning

 

PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE – Career

  • (NFL) Ken Anderson – 73.9%, (1971-1986)

  • (7) Drew Brees – 66.8%, (2001-2012)

  • (8) Russell Wilson – 66.7% ( 2012)

  • (12) Aaron Rodgers – 66.0%, (2005-2012)

  • (24) Tom Brady – 62.3%, (2000-2012)

  • (25) Peyton Manning – 62.2%, (1998-2012)

 

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE – Single Season

  • (NFL) Kurt Warner – 87.9%, (2009)

  • (BR) Jake Plummer – 76.7%, (2003)

  • (7) Drew Brees – 73.8%, (2004)

  • (11) Peyton Manning – 72.0%, (2004)

  • (18) Tom Brady – 70.6%, (2007)

 

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE – Game

  • (NFL) Tom Brady – 92.9%, vs. Jaguars, 2008

  • (2) Phil Simms – 88.0%, vs. Broncos, 1987

  • (5) Aaron Rodgers – 86.1%, vs. Falcons, 2011

  • (6) Peyton Manning – 84.6%, vs. Broncos, 2004

 

MOST PASSING YARDS – Career

  • (NFL) Tom Brady – 5,949 – 2000-2012

  • (2) Brett Favre – 5,855 – 1991-2010

  • (3) Joe Montana – 5,772 – 1979-1994

  • (4) Peyton Manning – 5,679 – 1998-2012

  • (5) John Elway – 4,964 – 1983-1998

Manning is 93 yards behind Montana and 176 yards behind Favre for the No. 2 spot all-time.

 

MOST PASSING YARDS- Game

  • (NFL) Bernie Kosar – 489 – Browns vs. New York Jets, 1/3/87

  • (BR) John Elway – 385, vs. Cleveland, 1/14/90

  • (4) Peyton Manning – 458 – Colts vs. Denver Broncos, 1/9/05

 

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES – Game

  • (NFL) Steve Young – 6 – 49ers vs. San Diego Chargers, 1/29/95, Tom Brady – 6 – Patriots vs. Denver Broncos, 1/14/12, Daryle Lamonica – 6 – Oakland Raiders vs.

  • (BR) – 3 John Elway, (3 times) most recently at L.A. Raiders, 1/9/94

  • Peyton Manning – 5 – Colts vs. Denver Broncos, 1/4/04

 

MOST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN – Career

  • (NFL) Brett Favre – 30 – 1991-2010

  • (2) Jim Kelly – 28 – 1986-1996

  • (3) Terry Bradshaw – 26 – 1970-1983

  • (4) Dan Marino – 24 – 1983-1999

  • (5) Tom Brady – 22 – 2000-2012

  • (6) Joe Montana – 21 – 1979-1994

  • (6) Peyton Manning – 21 – 1998-2012

  • (6) John Elway – 21 – 1983-1998

While not a record any Quarterback aspires to, it does indicate postseason participation, which is something all players strive for.

 

MOST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN – Game

  • (NFL) – 6 -Norm Van Brocklin, 1955: Bobby Layne, 1954; Frank Filchock, 1946

  • (BR) 4 Craig Morton, vs. Dallas, 1/15/78

  • 3 John Elway, vs. Washington, 1/31/88

 

HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER COMPLETION – Career (min. 15 passes)

  • (BR) 23.79 Tim Tebow, 2010-11 (19-452)

 

HIGHEST PASSER RATING – Career (min. 15 passes)

  • (NFL) Bart Starr – 104.8, (1956-1971)

  • (2) Drew Brees – 103.9, (2001-2012)

  • (10) Peyton Manning – 88.4, (1998-2012)

  • (12) Tom Brady – 87.4, (2000-2012)

  • (29) Philip Rivers – 79.2, (2004-2012)

 

HIGHEST PASSER RATING – Game (min. 12 passes)

  • (NFL) Terry Bradshaw – 158.3 – Steelers vs. Colts, 12/19/76; Peyton Manning – 158.3 – Colts vs. Denver Broncos, 1/4/04

  • (BR)125.6 Tebow, vs. Pittsburgh, 1/8/12 (21 att.)

 

LONGEST POSTSEASON PASS PLAY

  • (NFL) Trent Dilfer – 96 – Ravens vs. Oakland Raiders, 1/14/01

  • (BR) – 80 – John Elway to Mark Jackson, vs. Cleveland, 1/17/88; John Elway to Rod Smith, vs. Atlanta, 1/31/99; Tim Tebow to Demaryius Thomas, vs. Pittsburgh, 1/8/12

 

RECEIVING

 

MOST RECEPTIONS – Career

  • (NFL) Jerry Rice – 151, 1985-2004

  • (2) Reggie Wayne – 92,  2001-2012

  • (9) Wes Welker – 69, 2004-2012

 

MOST RECEPTIONS SINGLE POSTSEASON

  • (NFL) Larry Fitzgerald – 30, 2008

  • (2) Hakeem Nicks – 28, 2011

  • (3) Steve Smith – 27, 2005

  • (3) Wes Welker – 27, 2007

 

MOST RECEPTIONS – Game

  • (NFL) Darren Sproles – 15 – Saints vs. San Francisco 49ers, 1/14/12

  • (BR) Shannon Sharpe – 13 – Broncos vs. Los Angeles Raiders, 1/9/94

 

MOST RECEIVING YARDS – Career

  • (NFL) Jerry Rice – 2,245, 1985-2004

  • (13) Deion Branch – 948. (2002-2012)

  • (17) Rod Smith – 860, 1995-2007

  • (23) Anquan Boldin – 806, (2003-2012)

  • (25) Steve Smith – 782, (2001-2012)

  • (37) Wes Welker – 686, 2004-2012

 

MOST RECEIVING YARDS AS A BRONCO – Career

  1. Rod Smith – 860, 1995-2007

  2. Vance Johnson – 719, 1985-93, ‘95

  3. Shannon Sharpe – 505, 1990-99, ‘02-03

  4. Ed McCaffrey – 490, 1995-2003

  5. Mark Jackson – 422, 1986-92

  6. Steve Sewell – 375, 1985-92

  7. Steve Watson – 358, 1979-87

  8. Haven Moses – 314, 1972-81

  9. Demaryius Thomas – 297, 2010-11

As you can see, Demaryius Thomas has a chance to get into the Top 5 in franchise receiving yards. He should easily surpass Bronco legends Haven Moses and Steve Watson on Sunday.

 

MOST RECEIVING YARDS SINGLE POSTSEASON

  • (NFL) Larry Fitzgerald – 546, 2008

  • (BR) Demaryius Thomas – 297, 2011

 

MOST RECEIVING YARDS SINGLE POSTSEASON – Game

  • (NFL) Eric Moulds – 240 – Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins, 1/2/99

  • (BR) Demaryius Thomas – 204, vs. Pittsburgh, 1/8/12

 

HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER RECEPTION – Career (min. 5 receptions)

  • Demaryius Thomas – 29.7, 2010-11 (10-297)

 

HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER RECEPTION – Game (min. 4 receptions)

  • (NFL) Paul Warfield – 62.5 – Dolphins vs. Baltimore Colts, 1/2/72

  • (BR) 51.00 D. Thomas, vs. Pittsburgh, 1/8/12 (4-204)

 

MOST RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS – Career

  • (NFL) Jerry Rice – 22, 1985-2004

  • (BR) Rod Smith – 6, 1995-2007

  • Vance Johnson – 4, 1985-93, ‘95

 

MOST RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS SINGLE POSTSEASON

  • (NFL) Larry Fitzgerald – 7, 2008

  • (2) Jerry Rice – 6, 1988

 

MOST RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS SINGLE POSTSEASON – Game

  • (NFL) Rob Gronkowski (& 16 others) – 3

  • (BR) Clarence Kay – 2, vs. Houston, 1/10/88; Haven Moses – 2, vs. Oakland, 1/1/78

 

INTERCEPTIONS

 

MOST INTERCEPTIONS – Career

  • (NFL) Charlie Waters, Bill Simpson, Ed Reed and Ronnie Lott – 9

  • (BR) Darrien Gordon – 5, 1997-98

  • Tyrone Braxton – 3, 1987-93, ‘95-99; Bob Swenson, 1975-83

  • Quinton Carter – 2, 2011

 

MOST INTERCEPTIONS – Single Postseason

  • (NFL) Lester Hayes – 5 (1980); Vernon Perry (1979)

  • (BR) Darrien Gordon – 4 (1998)

 

MOST INTERCEPTIONS – Game

  • (NFL) Vernon Perry – 4 – Oilers vs. San Diego Chargers, 12/29/79

  • (BR) Darrien Gordon – 2, vs. Atlanta, 1/31/99; Dennis Smith; Tom Jackson

 

MOST YARDS ON INTERCEPTION RETURNS – Career

(NFL) Asante Samuel – 227, 2003-2012

(6) (BR) 156 Darrien Gordon, 1997-98

(24) 105 (100 in DEN) Champ Bailey, 2004-09

 

MOST YARDS ON INTERCEPTION RETURNS – Single Postseason

  • (BR) Darrien Gordon – 156, (1998)

  • Champ Bailey – 100, (2005)

 

MOST YARDS ON INTERCEPTION RETURNS – Game

  • (NFL) 108 – Darrien Gordon, vs. Atlanta, 1/31/99

  • (3) 100 – Champ Bailey, vs. New England, 1/14/06

 

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN

  • (NFL) George Teague – 101 – Packers vs. Detroit Lions, 1/8/94

  • (BR) Champ Bailey – 100, vs. New England, 1/14/06

 

SACKS

 

MOST SACKS – Career

  • (NFL) Willie McGinest – 16.0, 1994-2008

  • (BR) Simon Fletcher – 6, 1985-95; Rulon Jones, 1980-88

  • Neil Smith – 3, 1997-99; Rubin Carter, 1975-86

  • Robert Ayers – 2, 2009-11

 

MOST SACKS – Single Postseason

  • (NFL) Richard Dent – 6.0, (1985); LaMarr Woodley, (2008); Michael McCrary, (2000)

  • (BR) Robert Ayers – 2, (2012)

 

MOST SACKS – Single Postseason Game

  • (NFL) Willie McGinest – 4.5 – Patriots vs. Jacksonville Jaguars, 1/7/06

  • (BR) Robert Ayers – 2, vs. Pittsburgh, 1/8/12 and 6 others

 

PUNTING

 

MOST PUNTS – Career

  • (NFL) Ray Guy – 111, (1973-1986)

  • (BR) Mike Horan – 46, (1986-2002)

  • Tom Rouen – 45, 1993-2002

  • Bucky Dilts – 19, 1977-78

  • (4th) Britton Colquitt – 11, 2010-11

 

MOST PUNTS – Single Postseason

  • (NFL) Kyle Richardson – 33, (2000)

 

MOST PUNTS – Game

  • (NFL) Dave Jennings – 14 – Jets vs. Cleveland Browns, 1/3/87

  • (BR) Rouen, at Baltimore – 9, 12/31/00 (T-21st)

  • Colquitt, at New England – 7, 1/14/12 Rouen, vs. N.Y. Jets, 1/17/99; Mike Horan, vs. Washington, 1/31/88

 

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER PUNT – Career (min. 10 punts)

  •  (NFL) Dustin Colquitt – 51.9, (2005-2012)

  • (BR) 45.70 Luke Prestridge – 45.7, 1979-83 (10-457)

  • Britton Colquitt 39.64, 2010-11 (11-436)

 

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER PUNT – Single Postseason

  • (NFL) Darren Bennett – 54.5, (1995)

  • (BR) Britton Colquitt – 48.8, (2012)

 

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER PUNT – Game (min. 4 punts)

  • (NFL) Sam Francis – 62.0 –  Bears vs. Washington Redskins, 12/12/1937

  • (BR) Mike Horan, vs. New England – 49.0, 1/4/87 (5-245)

PUNT RETURNS

 

MOST PUNT RETURNS – Career

  • (NFL) Brian Mitchell and Dave Meggett – 34

  • (BR) (32nd)Vance Johnson – 13, 1985-93, ‘95

 

MOST PUNT RETURNS -Single Postseason

  • (NFL) Dave Meggett – 14, (1996)

 

MOST PUNT RETURNS -Game

  • (NFL) Kyle Williams – 8 – 49ers vs. New York Giants, 1/22/12

  • (BR) Gordon -5, vs. N.Y. Jets, 1/17/99

 

MOST YARDS ON PUNT RETURNS – Career

  • (NFL) Brian Mitchell – 339, (1990-2003)

  • (BR) Darrien Gordon – 162, (1997-98) (7th all-time, 229)

  • Vance Johnson – 115, (1985-93, ‘95)

 

MOST YARDS ON PUNT RETURNS – Single Postseason

  • (NFL) Anthony Carter – 221, (1987)

 

MOST YARDS ON PUNT RETURNS – Game

  • (NFL) Allen Rossum – 152 – Falcons vs. St. Louis Rams, 1/15/05

  • (BR) (11th) Trindon Holliday – 90 – Broncos vs. Baltimore Ravens, 1/12/13

 

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER RETURN – Career (min. 2 returns)

  • (NFL) Trindon Holliday – 30.0 – Broncos vs. Baltimore Ravens, 1/12/13

 

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER RETURN – Game (min. 2 returns)

  • (NFL) Hugh Gallarneau – 81.0 – Bears vs. Green Bay Packers, 12/14/1941

  • (BR) Trindon Holliday – 30.0 – Broncos vs. Baltimore Ravens, 1/12/13

 

MOST PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS – Career

  • (T-1st) Trindon Holliday – 1 2011-2012

 

MOST PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS – Game

  • (T-1st) Trindon Holliday – 1 2011-2012

 

LONGEST PUNT RETURN

  • (NFL) Trindon Holliday – 90 – Broncos vs. Baltimore Ravens, 1/12 /13

KICKOFF RETURNS

 

MOST KICKOFF RETURNS – Career

  • (NFL) Brian Mitchell – 36, (1990-2003)

  • (BR) Ken Bell – 21, (1986-89)

 

MOST KICKOFF RETURNS -Single Postseason

  • (NFL) Marcus Knight – 16, (2002)

 

MOST KICKOFF RETURNS -Game

  • (NFL) Andre Coleman, Marcus Knight and Marc Logan – 8

  • (BR) Reuben Droughns, Glyn Milburn – 6

 

MOST YARDS ON KICKOFF RETURNS – Career

  • (NFL) Brian Mitchell – 875, (1990-2003)

  • (BR) Vaughn Hebron – 460, (1996-98)

 

MOST YARDS ON KICKOFF RETURNS – Single Postseason

  • (NFL) Derrick Mason – 437, (1999)

 

MOST YARDS ON KICKOFF RETURNS – Game

  • (NFL) Andre Coleman – 244 – Chargers vs. San Francisco 49ers, 1/29/95

  • (BR) Trindon Holliday – 158 – Broncos vs. Baltimore Ravens, 1/12/13

 

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER KICKOFF RETURN – Career (min. 3 returns)

  • (NFL) Trindon Holliday – 52.7, (2011-2012)

 

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER KICKOFF RETURN – Single Postseason

  • (NFL) Stanford Jennings – 58.5, (1988)

  • (BR) Trindon Holliday – 52.7, (2012)

 

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER KICKOFF RETURN – Game (min. 2 returns)

  • (NFL) Brian Mitchell – 100.0 – Redskins vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers,1/15/00

  • (BR) Trindon Holliday – 52.7 – Broncos vs. Baltimore Ravens, 1/12/13

 

MOST KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS – Career

  • (NFL) Ron Dixon – 2, (2000-2002)

  • (T-2) Trindon Holliday – 1, (2011-2012)

 

MOST KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS – Game

  • (T-1) Trindon Holliday – 1 – Broncos vs. Baltimore Ravens, 1/12/13

 

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN

(NFL) Jacoby Jones – 108 – Ravens vs. San Francisco 49ers, 2/3/13

(BR) (2nd) Trindon Holliday – 104 – Broncos vs. Baltimore Ravens, 1/12/13

KICKING

 

MOST PAT ATTEMPTS – Career

  • (NFL) David Akers – 59

  • (BR)(6th) Jason Elam – 40  1993-2007

  • Rich Karlis -19, 1982-88

  • David Treadwell – 12, 1989-92

  • Jim Turner – 9, 1971-79

  • Matt Prater – 3, 2008-11

 

MOST PAT ATTEMPTS – Game

  • (NFL) George Blanda, Mike Cofer, Lou Groza, Mike Hollis and Jim Martin – 8

  • (BR) Elam – 6, vs. Jacksonville, 12/27/97

 

MOST PATS MADE – Career

  • (NFL) David Akers – 58

  • (BR)(9th) Jason Elam – 40, 1993-2007

  • Matt Prater – 3, 2008-11

 

MOST PATS MADE – Game

1.) George Blanda, Lou Groza, Mike Hollis and Jim Martin – 8

6 Elam, vs. Jacksonville, 12/27/97

 

HIGHEST PAT PERCENTAGE – Career

  • (NFL) 1.000 Matt Prater, 2008-11 (3-3); Rich Karlis, 1982-88 (19-19);Jim Turner, 1971-79 (9-9)

  • .975 Jason Elam, 1993-2007 (39-40)

 

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED – Career

  • (NFL) Adam Vinatieri – 58

  • (BR) Jason Elam- 18, 1993-2007

  • Matt Prater – 4, 2008-11

 

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED – Game

  • (NFL) Matt Bahr & 7 others – 5

  • (BR)Elam -4, vs. Atlanta, 1/31/99; David Treadwell, vs. Cleveland, 1/28/90; Rich Karlis, vs. N.Y. Giants, 1/25/87

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE – Career

  • (NFL) David Akers – 58

  • (BR) Jason Elam – 15, 1993-2007

  • Rich Karlis – 12, 1982-88

  • David Treadwell – 7, 1989-92

  • Matt Prater – 4, 2008-11; Jim Turner, 1971-79

 

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE – Game

  • (NFL) George Blanda, Lou Groza, Mike Hollis and Jim Martin – 8

  • (BR) Prater – 3, vs. Pittsburgh, 1/8/12; Elam, vs. N.Y. Jets, 1999; Treadwell, vs. Cleveland, 1990; Karlis, at Cleveland, 1987 (OT)

 

HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE – Career

  • (NFL) 1.000 Matt Prater, 2008-11 (4-4)

  • .833 Jason Elam, 1993-2007 (15-18)

 

LONGEST FIELD GOAL

  • (BR) 51 Jason Elam, vs. Green Bay, 1/25/98

  • 50 – Jason Elam, vs. New England, 2006

  • 49 – Jason Elam, at Indianapolis, 2004 David Treadwell, vs. Houston, 1992

 

SCORING

 

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED – Career

  • (NFL) Jerry Rice – 22

  • (BR)(T-7th) Terrell Davis – 12, 1995-2002

  • Rod Smith – 6, 1995-2007; John Elway, 1983-98

  • Howard Griffith – 4, 1997-2001; Vance Johnson, 1985-93, ‘95

 

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED – Single Postseason

  • (NFL) Terrell Davis – 8, (1997)

 

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED – Game

  • (NFL) Ricky Watters – 5 – 49ers vs. New York Giants, 1/15/94

  • (BR) Terrell Davis – 3, vs. Green Bay, 1/25/98

 

MOST POINTS SCORED – Career

  • (NFL) Adam Vinatieri – 196

  • (BR) Jason Elam – 84, 1993-2007

  • Terrell Davis – 74, 1995-2002

 

MOST POINTS SCORED – Single Postseason

  • (NFL) Adam Vinatieri – 49, (2006)

  • (BR) Terrell Davis – 48, (1997)

 

MOST POINTS SCORED – Game

  • (NFL) Ricky Watters – 30 – 49ers vs. New York Giants, 1/15/94

  • (BR) Terrell Davis – 18, vs. Green Bay, 1/25/98

  • David Treadwell – 13, vs. Cleveland, 1/14/90

If everything goes right, some of these records will get broken, but the only one I really care about is bringing the 3rd Lombardi trophy to the Mile High City.

Go Broncos!

– Kaptain Kirk

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