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Most Consecutive Seasons in NFL History with a QBS of 20.0 or Higher

Posted on July 21, 2014 at 8:25 PM

Below is a post-merger list of the most consecutive seasons in NFL history with a QBS of 20.0 or higher:

 

  • Peyton Manning (1999-2013): 14
  • Drew Brees (2008-2013): 6
  • Fran Tarkenton (1972-1976): 5
  • Dan Marino (1984-1988): 5
  • Brett Favre (1994-1998): 5
  • Steve Young (1991-1994): 4
  • Joe Montana (1982-1985): 4
  • Aaron Rodgers (2009-2012): 4
  • Roger Staubach (1977-1979): 3
  • Ken Anderson (1973-1975): 3
  • Kurt Warner (1999-2001): 3
  • Dan Fouts (1980-1982): 3
  • Bert Jones (1975-1977): 3
  • Tom Brady (2010-2012): 3
  • Philip Rivers (2008-2010): 3
  • Daunte Culpepper (2003-2004): 2
  • Ken Anderson (1981-1982): 2
  • Rich Gannon (2001-2002): 2
  • Warren Moon (1989-1990): 2
  • Carson Palmer (2005-2006): 2
  • Trent Green (2003-2004): 2
  • Jeff Garcia (2000-2001): 2
  • Jim Kelly (1990-1991): 2
  • Ken O'Brien (1985-1986): 2
  • Drew Bledsoe (1996-1997): 2 

*Seasons missed due to injury do not interrupt the streaks listed above.

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