Green Bay Packers’ All-Time Passing Leaders (Yardage)

Brett Favre

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Bart Starr

Lynn Dickey

 

The Green Bay Packers are one of the most storied franchises in NFL history, having been around since 1921 and having won 12 championships, including three Super Bowls out of four. And they had Brett Favre, the all-time NFL leader in passing yards and touchdowns. But Favre is not the only great QB in Packers' history. Here is a list of the team's all-time Top 10 in passing yards:

Brett Favre (61,655)-In the Packers' storied history, there is no one as famous and beloved as Brett Favre, who started an incredible 253 games between 1992 and 2007 for the Pack. Not only does Favre have the numbers, but he was a winner, as his 160-93 record as a starter in Green Bay will attest to. Favre ranks first in NFL history and of course for the Packers with 61,655 passing yards, with 458 TD passes and 300 interceptions. His best season was 1995, when Favre threw for a career high 4413 yards with 38 touchdowns and just 13 interceptions, and a 63% completion percentage.

Bart Starr (24,718)-Bart Starr played his entire career in Green Bay, and led them to wins in the first two Super Bowls ever as well as three other NFL championships during his tenure as QB for the Packers from 1952 to 1967. Starr ranks second to Favre in Packers' history with 24,718 passing yards, and he had his highest yardage total in 1962 with 2438 yards. But Starr's best season was 1966, when he was a first-team All Pro with 2257 yards, 14 touchdown passes and just three interceptions.

Lynn Dickey (21,369)-Lynn Dickey was the Packers' quarterback from 1976 to 1985 and ranks third in team history with 21,369 passing yards. Dickey never made the Pro Bowl but had his best season in 1983, when he threw for career highs in passing yards (4458) and TD passes (32) despite 29 interceptions.

Tobin Rote (11,535)-Tobin Rote began his career in Green Bay and played there from 1950 to 1956. Rote ranks fourth in franchise history with 11,535 passing yards. His best season in a Packers' uniform was 1956, when Rote went to the Pro Bowl by throwing for 2203 yards with 18 touchdowns and 15 picks.

Don Majkowski (10,870)-Don Majkowski played for a few teams in his career but began in Green Bay and played for the Pack from 1987 to 1992 before giving way to Bret Favre. Majkowski does rank fifth in Packers' history with 10,870 passing yards. He had his best season for Green Bay in 1989, when he went to the Pro Bowl. That year, Majkowski threw for career highs in yards (4318) and touchdown passes (27) with 20 interceptions.

Randy Wright (7106)-Randy Wright played his entire career in Green Bay, from 1984 to 1988. He ranks sixth in Packers' history with 7106 passing yards, and his best season was in 1986 when he started every game for Green Bay. That year, Wright threw for career highs in yards (3247) and touchdowns (17) despite 23 interceptions.

Arnie Herber (6749)-Arnie Herber played for the Packers from 1932 to 1940, starting 53 games, and ranks seventh in their history with 6749 passing yards. Herber had his best season for the Packers in 1936 when he started 5 games and threw for career highs in yards (1239) and TD passes (11) with 13 picks.

David Whitehurst (6205)-David Whitehurst played his entire career in Green Bay, from 1977 to 1983. He ranks eighth in team history with 6205 passing yards, and Whitehurst's best season was 1979. That year, despite 18 interceptions, Whitehurst threw for a career high in yards (2247) and tied a career best in touchdown passes (10).

Cecil Isbell (5945)-Cecil Isbell played for the Pack his entire career, from 1938 to 1942, and ranks ninth in franchise history with 5945 passing yards. Isbell went to the Pro Bowl four times and his best season was 1942, when he threw for career highs in yards (2021) and touchdowns (24), with 14 interceptions.

Babe Parilli (3983)-Journeyman QB Babe Parilli played in Green Bay twice, 1952 and 1953, and again in 1957 and 1958. He ranks tenth in Packers' history with 3983 passing yards, and had his best season for the Pack in 1952. That year, despite starting just four games and throwing 17 picks, Parilli threw for 1416 yards and 13 TD passes.

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moonlake 8 years ago from America

It's weird but since Brett Favre is gone we don't watch the Packers like we use to. Good hub.


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allshookup 8 years ago from The South, United States

I agree. Brett was the man there. He made them what they are today. I have to say that Rodgers is great, but he's not Brett. It's still odd for me to be a Jets fan, but I am. My son still has his Packers 4 jersey. We put it up to keep. He's wanting a Jets jersey for Christmas or an Eli Manning one. I want to add too that the pics you have of Brett are great! I love him! Hard not to. And I have to brag he's from my state!! Love that too!!! I hate the deal that happened that he's not a Packer anymore, but I will always be loyal to him. I shed more than my share of tears during the press conference he gave when he retired. I'm glad to see him out on the field again though.

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