10 Most Impressive NFL Records of all time

By Meena

Jerry Rice's career receiving yards stand at an unmatched 22,895. No one else has come close to Rice's record, making it one of the most impressive.

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Brett Favre’s iron-man streak is legendary. With 297 consecutive starts, his durability and commitment to the game are second to none.

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Tom Brady, the ageless wonder, holds the record for most Super Bowl wins by a player. With 7 wins, he's etched his name in the annals of greatness.

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Emmitt Smith, the unstoppable force, rushed for a record 18,355 yards in his illustrious career. His record remains a testament to his dominance.

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Unbreakable? Adam Vinatieri scored in 44 consecutive games, setting an NFL record. Talk about consistency and the pressure of being a kicker!

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Eric Dickerson's single-season rushing record stands tall. With 2,105 yards in 1984, his record remains a mountain peak for running backs.

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Super Bowl blowout, anyone? The 1991 Washington team holds the record for the largest margin of victory in a Super Bowl, crushing Denver 42-10.

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Don Hutson’s 99 career receiving touchdowns remained an NFL record for an incredible 44 years, from 1945 to 1989. A testament to his prowess.

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Night Train Lane, in his rookie season in 1952, intercepted 14 passes. His record still stands, showing his sheer dominance from day one.

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Drew Brees' incredible accuracy is showcased in his career completion percentage record of 67.7%. A maestro at the quarterback position.

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