Quarterback (QB) Stats 2021-2022

Generally we find that good to elite offenses have a quality quarterback under center. Whether you are looking for efficiency stats or simple yards and touchdowns, you can find it here. Sort by attempts and yards to find your high volume aerial attacks. Completion% and quarterback rating can lead you to the more efficient quarterbacks in the game. With fantasy football being driven from passing games, stats like 300+ yard games, and yards per attempt are important. In addition to passing stats, rushing stats are provided for the dual-threat quarterbacks, as well as snap counts. If you are playing daily fantasy football, FanDuel, DraftKings, and Yahoo fantasy points per game are provided. Season-long numbers are available, as well as options to narrow down to the last five or last three. Whether you are studying up for fantasy or arguing with your friends, the QB stats here are all you need.

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Score a Touchdown
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Score a First Half Touchdown
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+1000
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+1100
Score First Touchdown
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+2900
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Generally we find that good to elite offenses have a quality quarterback under center. Whether you are looking for efficiency stats or simple yards and touchdowns, you can find it here. Sort by attempts and yards to find your high volume aerial attacks. Completion% and quarterback rating can lead you to the more efficient quarterbacks in the game. With fantasy football being driven from passing games, stats like 300+ yard games, and yards per attempt are important. In addition to passing stats, rushing stats are provided for the dual-threat quarterbacks, as well as snap counts. If you are playing daily fantasy football, FanDuel, DraftKings, and Yahoo fantasy points per game are provided. Season-long numbers are available, as well as options to narrow down to the last five or last three. Whether you are studying up for fantasy or arguing with your friends, the QB stats here are all you need.

NAME RTG TEAM GP COMP ATT ATT/G YDS 300+ YDS COMP% YDS/ATT YDS/COMP TD INT QBR LONG SACKS SACK YDS FUML
Tom Brady
99
TB 17 485 719 42.3 5,316 9 67.5% 7.4 11 43 12 101.9 62 22 144 3
Justin Herbert
86
LAC 17 443 672 39.5 5,014 9 65.9% 7.5 11.3 38 15 98.5 72 31 214 1
Matthew Stafford
85
LAR 17 404 601 35.4 4,886 7 67.2% 8.1 12.1 41 17 105.1 79 30 243 2
Patrick Mahomes
96
KC 17 436 658 38.7 4,839 5 66.3% 7.4 11.1 37 13 99.6 75 28 146 4
Derek Carr
82
LV 17 428 626 36.8 4,804 6 68.4% 7.7 11.2 23 14 94.3 61 40 241 5
Joe Burrow
82
CIN 16 366 520 32.5 4,611 6 70.4% 8.9 12.6 34 14 101 82 51 370 2
Dak Prescott
90
DAL 16 410 596 37.2 4,449 5 68.8% 7.5 10.9 37 10 98.8 51 30 144 6
Josh Allen
85
BUF 17 409 646 38 4,407 6 63.3% 6.8 10.8 36 15 92.1 61 26 164 3
Kirk Cousins
80
MIN 16 372 561 35.1 4,221 6 66.3% 7.5 11.3 33 7 96.4 64 28 197 2
Aaron Rodgers
99
GB 16 366 531 33.2 4,115 4 68.9% 7.7 11.2 37 4 105.9 75 30 188 0
Matt Ryan
83
ATL 17 375 560 32.9 3,968 4 67% 7.1 10.6 20 12 88.2 64 40 274 4
Jimmy Garoppolo
76
SF 15 301 441 29.4 3,810 5 68.3% 8.6 12.7 20 12 88.7 83 29 201 3
Mac Jones
79
NE 17 352 521 30.6 3,801 2 67.6% 7.3 10.8 22 13 94.2 75 28 241 3
Kyler Murray
91
ARI 14 333 481 34.4 3,787 3 69.2% 7.9 11.4 24 10 84.9 77 31 286 0
Ben Roethlisberger
76
PIT 16 390 605 37.8 3,740 2 64.5% 6.2 9.6 22 10 83.7 59 38 239 5
Ryan Tannehill
87
TEN 17 357 531 31.2 3,734 2 67.2% 7 10.5 21 14 91.7 57 47 327 4
Trevor Lawrence
71
JAX 17 359 602 35.4 3,641 2 59.6% 6 10.1 12 17 73 58 32 238 5
Carson Wentz
73
IND 17 322 516 30.4 3,563 2 62.4% 6.9 11.1 27 7 95.2 76 32 227 5
Taylor Heinicke
70
WAS 16 321 494 30.9 3,419 1 65% 6.9 10.7 20 15 81.3 73 38 278 2
Jared Goff
71
DET 14 332 494 35.3 3,245 1 67.2% 6.6 9.8 19 8 76.3 63 35 280 6
Jalen Hurts
76
PHI 15 265 432 28.8 3,144 2 61.3% 7.3 11.9 16 9 77 91 26 150 2
Russell Wilson
92
SEA 14 259 400 28.6 3,113 1 64.8% 7.8 12 25 6 103.6 69 33 266 1
Teddy Bridgewater
78
DEN 14 285 426 30.4 3,052 2 66.9% 7.2 10.7 18 7 83.5 64 31 211 1
Baker Mayfield
79
CLE 14 253 418 29.9 3,010 2 60.5% 7.2 11.9 17 13 74.5 71 43 269 3
Lamar Jackson
94
BAL 12 246 382 31.8 2,882 2 64.4% 7.5 11.7 16 13 60.2 49 38 190 3
Davis Mills
70
HOU 13 263 394 30.3 2,664 4 66.8% 6.8 10.1 16 10 67 67 31 206 1
Tua Tagovailoa
75
MIA 13 263 388 29.8 2,653 1 67.8% 6.8 10.1 16 10 80.2 65 20 152 1
Sam Darnold
69
CAR 12 243 406 33.8 2,527 3 59.9% 6.2 10.4 9 13 70.9 63 35 204 4
Daniel Jones
70
NYG 11 232 361 32.8 2,428 1 64.3% 6.7 10.5 10 7 67.9 54 22 160 3
Zach Wilson
73
NYJ 13 213 383 29.5 2,334 0 55.6% 6.1 11 9 11 54.4 54 44 370 1
Justin Fields
77
CHI 12 159 270 22.5 1,870 0 58.9% 6.9 11.8 7 10 50.3 64 36 264 5
Andy Dalton
74
CHI 8 149 236 29.5 1,515 2 63.1% 6.4 10.2 8 9 39.9 60 18 143 1
Jacoby Brissett
72
MIA 11 141 225 20.5 1,283 0 62.7% 5.7 9.1 5 4 34.7 52 19 132 3
Jameis Winston
79
NO 7 95 161 23 1,170 0 59% 7.3 12.3 14 3 98.3 72 11 69 1
Trevor Siemian
67
NO 6 108 188 31.3 1,154 0 57.4% 6.1 10.7 11 3 31.7 46 9 64 1
Tyler Huntley
67
BAL 7 122 188 26.9 1,081 0 64.9% 5.8 8.9 3 4 25.5 43 18 107 3
Taysom Hill
67
NO 12 78 134 11.2 978 0 58.2% 7.3 12.5 4 5 45.6 70 9 64 0
Tyrod Taylor
71
HOU 6 91 150 25 966 0 60.7% 6.4 10.6 5 5 43.3 52 13 119 0
Mike White
67
NYJ 4 88 132 33 953 1 66.7% 7.2 10.8 5 8 19.3 28 4 18 0
Mike Glennon
67
NYG 6 90 167 27.8 790 0 53.9% 4.7 8.8 4 10 17 60 9 72 3
Drew Lock
67
DEN 6 67 111 18.5 787 0 60.4% 7.1 11.7 2 2 26.8 44 9 52 1
Colt McCoy
67
ARI 8 74 99 12.4 740 1 74.7% 7.5 10 3 1 21.5 50 6 40 1
Geno Smith
67
SEA 4 65 95 23.8 702 0 68.4% 7.4 10.8 5 1 23.6 84 13 117 1
Cam Newton
72
CAR 8 69 126 15.8 684 0 54.8% 5.4 9.9 4 5 50.6 64 10 83 1
Josh Johnson
67
BAL 4 57 85 21.2 638 2 67.1% 7.5 11.2 5 2 37.6 28 3 23 0
Trey Lance
70
SF 6 41 71 11.8 603 0 57.7% 8.5 14.7 5 2 24.6 76 4 15 0
Tim Boyle
67
DET 5 61 94 18.8 526 0 64.9% 5.6 8.6 3 6 22.6 42 0 0 0
Case Keenum
67
CLE 7 47 72 10.3 462 0 65.3% 6.4 9.8 3 1 18.9 34 5 29 1
Gardner Minshew
70
PHI 4 41 60 15 439 0 68.3% 7.3 10.7 4 1 17.9 36 5 31 0
Cooper Rush
67
DAL 5 30 47 9.4 422 1 63.8% 9 14.1 3 1 25.9 73 3 19 1

Understanding Quarterback Stats

There are a lot of quarterback stats to break down, both rushing and passing. Quarterbacks are going to be strong in one department and weak in another. Flipping through this page, all these stats might seem overwhelming. Starting from the left on the passing tab, you are going to see the Lineups Rating, which is a unique formula based on stats. Games played will show you how much the quarterback has played each season, and that means simply getting a snap. If a player plays one half, it will still count as a game played. Completions and attempts are going to be stats that showcase a quarterback’s volume. The amount of attempts is going to be broken down into attempts per game and overall attempts. The higher passing teams will have quarterbacks that throw more attempts.

After that, we are getting into yards and what they are doing with those attempts. You can see the number of passing yards, and also the number of 300+ passing yard games a quarterback game has. If you are curious as to why that number is the mark, we have seen a lot of fantasy leagues use that as a bonus, but also this is just the standard mark where quarterbacks hit 200 passing yards often, and 400 yards very few. The 300+ yard mark is a sweet spot. After this, you are going to get into the completion percentage, which shows how often a quarterback is completing their passes. Stats like yards per attempt and yards per completion are going to show how effective a quarterback is.

Touchdowns and interceptions are the obvious quarterback stats of this table, and then we get into quarterback rating. This is a stat developed by ESPN and is an overall rating for a quarterback. You can also see the quarterback’s longest touchdown pass, which range can range a wide variety. You can also see what quarterbacks are dealing with pass rushes more than others, as sack stats and sack yards. Fumbles can also be a big issue for quarterbacks, and some have trouble hanging onto the ball in the pocket or roaming around if they are more mobile quarterbacks.

Switching the dropdown to rushing stats is going to bring you into solely just rushing numbers for a quarterback. Of course, some quarterbacks are going to be more productive here than others. Check out who is dominating in attempts, and how efficient they are with yards for attempts. Very few quarterbacks will hit the 100+ yard rushing mark in a game, but there are a few who often hit that mark. The long is the same thing as passing where it shows their longest run. If you are looking for rushing quarterbacks, sort through attempts per game to help narrow down what quarterbacks are rushing more than others.

Snaps are a way of breaking down how often a player is on the field. Under the snaps, the tab will show you how many offensive snaps a player has played. Quarterbacks will often have consistent snaps unless a player gets injured or a team makes a change at the position. Under the fantasy drop down, you will see how many fantasy points and fantasy points per game a quarterback is scoring for the selected season. With each site having different scoring, these numbers could change.

Top Passing Quarterbacks

While there are some older quarterbacks playing their last few years, and we have seen some elite ones, there is a young crop coming in to try and fill those shoes. We can start with Pat Mahomes, who has been one of the top quarterbacks since being drafted. With a Super Bowl ring already under his belt, he also has a 50+ passing touchdown season in there as well. Playing in a high flying Kansas City offense, with plenty of weapons, Mahomes should carry the quarterbacks over the next ten years. Russell Wilson has turned into one of the top quarterbacks in the league, and does it mostly with his arm, but he is also a very mobile quarterback. Wilson generally finds himself over the 4,000 yard mark each year, and hovers around 30 touchdowns. Wilson is another younger quarterback with a Super Bowl ring under his belt, and could have had two.

Now the older quarterbacks are going to be out of the league soon, but names like Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, and Tom Brady still have a stranglehold on the position. Brees has been one of the more accurate passers the game has seen, often finding himself around a 70% completion percentage mark year in and year out. While he is not in the high octane Saints offense that was throwing 40 times a game, he has adapted to the new style of offense, which fits him now that he is a bit older. Rodgers has been screaming for weapons to throw to, but he is still one of the top arms in the game. He is an effective quarterback, and has worked with what he has been given. The days of Tom Brady in New England are over, but Brady has still been an efficient quarterback, even though he is not in his prime.

The Atlanta Falcons have had a big time pass offense, and Matt Ryan has been at the center of it for a while now. He is still pumping out monster seasons and the volume certainly helps. Ryan is often top five in pass attempts, but his numbers are steady each season. Say what you want about Kirk Cousins, but the man puts up solid numbers each season. While he may not be at the tiers of the others, he is a strong true pocket passer. Whether that was in Washington or Minnesota, the numbers have been there.

Top Mobile Quarterbacks

Just because a quarterback is mobile, doesn’t mean they are a true rushing quarterback. We have seen that with Russell Wilson, who has transitioned more into a true passing quarterback over the last year or two. Dak Prescott has done that in Dallas, where he puts up rushing numbers, but his passing numbers are still among some of the best. Prescott is a talented young arm, and has a great receiving core around him that certainly helps out a bit. Prescott has a big arm and also is strong in the red zone with his legs. The same goes for Deshaun Watson, who has overcome a major injury and when healthy been one of the top quarterbacks in the game. Watson can make plays with his legs, but doesn’t completely rely on them.

When we think of mobile quarterbacks, Lamar Jackson is likely the first one you think of right now. He produced over 1,000 yards on the ground in his first full season as a starter, but it didn’t end there. He is also a strong passer, even though the volume is not as high as some of the others. Jackson posted elite numbers overall, and in our fantasy world he was one of the best values, but that will change as he is now established as a top quarterback in this league. A guy that is coming into his own is Kyler Murray out in Arizona, who had an excellent rookie season, and took home the Rookie Of The Year award. Murray does it all, as he is an accurate passer, but can move outside the pocket and make it tough on opposing defenses.

QB Stats FAQ

What Quarterback Averaged The Most Passing Attempts Per Game?

For the second year in a row, Matt Ryan led the league in pass attempts and pass attempts per game. He had 626 and averaged 39 per game. Given the Falcons offense and the way their defense played, no surprise to see Ryan leading the league.

What Quarterback Had The Most 300+ Yard Games?

Deshaun Watson had the most 300+ yard games this season with 10. He led the league in passing yards and Houston's defense continuously put the offense in spots where they needed to air it out each week.

What Quarterback Had The Most Passing Touchdowns?

Aaron Rodgers led the league in passing touchdowns with 48. He had a 9.1 touchdown percentage and won the 2020 MVP. Rodgers posted one of his best seasons in quite some time and showed he isn't near the end.

What Quarterback Had The Highest Completion Percentage?

Aaron Rodgers had the highest completion percentage in 2020. He finished with 70.7%. completion percentage. He was one of three quarterbacks who had over a 70% completion percentage in 2020.

Who Has The Highest Quarterback Rating?

Leading in many categories, Aaron Rodgers also led in quarterback rating at 84.3. He led th league in touchdowns and completion percentage. He also threw just five interceptions.

What Quarterback Had The Most Rushing Yards?

Lamar Jackson had the most rushing yards among quarterbacks, and it wasn’t even close. He had 1,005 rushing yards, and had seven total rushing touchdowns. He averaged 6.3 yards per carry, and rushed for over 159 times with the Baltimore Ravens.

What Quarterback Had The Most Rushing Touchdowns?

Kyler Murray had the most rushing touchdowns of any quarterback. He had 11 rushing touchdowns, and the Arizona Cardinals ran him the second most times among quarterbacks. He had 133 rushing attempts, and averaged 6.2 yards per carry over 2020.