What QB has the best win loss ratio?

Player. GS. W. L. T. W. L. T. W. L. T.

  • Tom BradyT. Brady. 363. 278. .766. 157.
  • Peyton ManningP. Manning. 292. 200. .685. 112.
  • Brett FavreB. Favre. 322. 199. .618.
  • 304. 181. .595. 100.
  • 270. 178. .661.
  • John ElwayJ. Elway. 252. 162. .645.
  • Dan MarinoD. Marino. 258. 155. 103. .601.
  • Is QB winning stat?

    The Case for Wins as a Team Stat. If a quarterback’s performance is the key factor in determining wins, as we are often directly or indirectly led to believe by media focus on quarterback performance, then you would expect that performance to be consistent with winning percentage. But such is not the case.

    Has a QB ever had a perfect completion percentage?

    Peyton Manning had one perfect rating in the 2003 regular season and one in the post-season. 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.

    Which quarterback is statistically the best?

    NFL Player Stats – QB Rating

    Rank Player Value
    1 Aaron Rodgers 110.9
    2 Joe Burrow 105.9
    3 Matthew Stafford 103.9
    4 Kirk Cousins 103.1

    What’s Tom Brady’s winning percentage?

    Tom Brady has won 76.4 percent of the time in his career.

    NAME GP W%
    Tom Brady 318 .764

    What is Tom Brady’s winning percentage?

    Tom Brady has a win percentage of . 764 in his career.

    NAME GP W%
    Tom Brady 318 .764

    What is Jimmy G win percentage?

    Jimmy Garoppolo has won 71.4 percent of the time in his career.

    NAME GP W%
    Jimmy Garoppolo 63 .714

    Has a QB ever completed every pass in a game?

    Put it this way: The only quarterback ever to complete every pass in a game while throwing at least 10 passes was Kurt Warner, who went 10-of-10 for 115 yards and a touchdown against the Houston Texans in 2005.

    Has any quarterback lost to every team?

    As things currently stand, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees and Brett Favre are the only four quarterbacks who have beaten all 32 teams.

    What is Dak Prescott winning percentage?

    Dak Prescott had a record of 13-3 in his rookie season in 2016.

    Dak Prescott 2017 .563
    Dak Prescott 2018 .625
    Dak Prescott 2019 .500
    Dak Prescott 2020 .400

    Who’s the worst NFL quarterback?

    Jack Thompson. The “Throwin’ Samoan” lands first on this list as one of the biggest draft busts at quarterback of all-time. Selected third overall in the first round of the 1979 NFL Draft (the same draft that produced Phil Simms and Joe Montana), Thompson’s college career was far more prolific than his professional one …

    Who is the GOAT of QBs?

    Career Regular Season Statistics

    Name Games Completions
    Brady, Tom 285 6377
    Brees, Drew 275 6867
    Elway, John 234 4123
    Manning, Peyton 266 6125

    Why Tom Brady is goat?

    Brady’s career, which spanned 20 seasons in New England and two more with Tampa Bay, warrants the GOAT label. He is the all-time leader in passing yards (84,520) and touchdowns (624). He won seven Super Bowls. That will lead to inevitable conversations comparing Brady to the all-time greats across every sport.

    What is the most wins and losses in NFL history?

    In the NFL, the starting quarterback is the only position that is credited with records of wins and losses. Tom Brady holds the record for the most regular season wins with 243. Among active players, Aaron Rodgers has the most regular season wins with 139.

    Who has won the most NFL games as a quarterback?

    List of National Football League career quarterback wins leaders. Among retired players, the record for most wins is held by Peyton Manning with 200. In his final professional game, Manning set the then-record for wins, surpassing Brett Favre who retired with 199 wins. Other previous record-holders include John Elway (162), Fran Tarkenton (130),…

    When did the NFL start counting ties in quarterback win percentage?

    ^a The NFL did not officially count ties in the standings until 1972. Therefore, ties occurring prior to 1972 do not count toward a quarterback’s win percentage, while ties occurring in 1972 or later count as half-win, half-loss. ^b Bobby Layne is listed as having started all 12 games for the Bulldogs (NFL) in 1949, and that team finished 1–10–1.

    What was Jim Tomsula’s win loss record in the NFL?

    Combined with his official post–1949 won–loss–tied record of 80–51–4 (.607), his overall estimated won–loss–tied record is 81–61–5 (.568). ^c The 1950 Baltimore Colts are a defunct NFL team and not affiliated with the current Indianapolis Colts.