Who is the highest scorer in NFL history?

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Who is the highest scorer in NFL history?

Morten Andersen
Enter and space open menus and escape closes them as well….NFL Career Points Leaders (Top Ten)

Rank Player Points
1 Morten Andersen* 2,544
2 Adam Vinatieri 2,487
3 Gary Anderson 2,434
4 Jason Hanson 2,150

Who leads the NFL in touchdowns all time?

NFL Career Leaders – Total Touchdowns

Player Tot
1. Jerry RiceJ. Rice, 1985-05 208
2. Emmitt SmithE. Smith, 1990-04 175
3. LaDainian TomlinsonL. Tomlinson, 2001-11 162

Who is the highest scoring non kicker in NFL history?

Jerry Rice
Only one non-kicker, Jerry Rice, is in the top 50 scorers of all-time (although George Blanda played as both a quarterback and a kicker, 1,966 of his 2,002 points were scored as a kicker)….Non-kickers.

Rank 41
Player Jerry Rice
Position Wide receiver
Career 1985–2004
Points 1,256

What QB has scored the most points?

George Blanda
George Blanda has put up the most career points by a quarterback, with 1,017 points.

Who is the NFL all time scoring leader?

Leaders: RK: PLAYER: YDS: 1: Emmitt Smith: 18,355: 2: Walter Payton: 16,726: 3: Frank Gore: 16,000: 4: Barry Sanders: 15,269: 5: ADRIAN PETERSON: 14,918: 6: Curtis

What NFL player scored the most points?

Player Career Points 1 Adam Vinatieri: 1996–2019 2,673 2 Morten Andersen: 1982–2007 2,544 3 Gary Anderson: 1982–2004 2,434 4 Jason Hanson: 1992–2012 2,150 5 John Carney: 1988–2010 2,062 6 Matt Stover: 1991–2009 2,004 7 George Blanda: 1949–1975 2,002 8 Jason Elam: 1993–2009 1,983 9 John Kasay: 1991–2011 1,970 10 Sebastian Janikowski: 2000–2018

What team scored the most points in NFL history?

– SLFP What Team Scored The Most Points In Nfl History? The Washington Redskins and the New York Giants played the highest-scoring game in NFL history in 1959, scoring 113 points. A Washington team led by Hall of Fame quarterback Sonny Jurgensen defeated the New York Giants 72-41 in a game that featured 17 scoring plays on November 27, 1966.

Who is the NFL sack leader all time?

While such statistics from his era are considered unofficial, research has estimated that Glass totaled 77.5 sacks in 94 games with the Browns, including 16.5 in 1965 — both of which would still stand as franchise records if officially recognized.

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