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How many receiving yards Does Jerry Rice have?

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Asked by: Craig Tpage

22,895 yards22,895 yards); most 1,000-yard receiving seasons (14); total touchdowns (208); and combined net yards (23,546). Rice has a hold on multiple NFL playoff and Super Bowl records.

How many receiving records Does Jerry Rice have?

1,549 career receptions

Rice holds numerous NFL receiving records. His 1,549 career receptions are 117 ahead of the second-place Larry Fitzgerald as of the conclusion of the 2020 NFL season. His 22,895 career receiving yards are 5,403 yards ahead of the second-place spot held by Larry Fitzgerald as of the conclusion of the 2020 NFL season.

Who holds the record for most receiving yards?

NFL Career Leaders – Receiving Yards

Player Yds
1. Jerry RiceJ. Rice, 1985-05 22,895
2. Larry FitzgeraldL. Fitzgerald, 2004-20 17,492
3. Terrell OwensT. Owens, 1996-10,12 15,934

How many receiving yards Does Jerry Rice have all time?


Rice remains the NFL’s all-time leader in receptions (1,549), yards (22,895) and touchdowns (197). He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.

Who has most receiving yards in NFL?


Rank Player Yds
1 Jerry Rice+ 22,895
2 Larry Fitzgerald 17,492
3 Terrell Owens+ 15,934
4 Randy Moss+ 15,292

Has there ever been a 2000 yard receiver?

Kupp is the first player ever in NFL history to have over 2,000 receiving yards in a season, having 2,191 yards through 19 games this year (regular season and postseason combined).

Who has the most TDS in NFL history?

NFL History – Touchdown Leaders

Touchdown Leaders
1 Jerry Rice 208
2 Emmitt Smith 175
3 LaDainian Tomlinson 162

Who has the most 1000 yard receiving seasons?

Players with multiple 1,000-yard receiving seasons

Rank Player Total
1 Jerry Rice^ 20
2 Randy Moss^ 14
3 Jimmy Smith 14
4 Terrell Owens^ 15

What is the record for most receiving yards in a single season?

Jerry Rice, San Francisco 49ers

Rice’s name is all over the NFL record books, and in 1995, he set the single-season receiving record with 1,848 yards. The Hall of Famer was 32 years old when he achieved the feat, four years older than Kupp.

Who has the most receiving yards as a rookie?

Bill Groman

Bill Groman has the most receiving yards by a rookie, with 1,473 yards in 1960.

Who has the most 100 yard receiving games in NFL history?

Jerry Rice

Jerry Rice holds the all-time NFL record with an incredible 76 100-yard receiving games, per’s play index.

Who is the greatest receiver of all time?

Jerry Rice is the undisputed No. 1 receiver in NFL history. No other wideout can touch the San Francisco 49ers legend’s career numbers.

How many 200 yard receiving games have there been in the NFL?

Only three running backs have had 200-yard receiving games, and this record has stood for nearly six decades. Kansas City Chiefs running back Curtis McClinton had 213 receiving yards on just five catches in a 45-35 win over the Denver Broncos on Dec. 19, 1965.

Who has the most 100 yard rushing games?

Emmitt Smith

Emmitt Smith had the most games with 100+ rushing yards, with 78 games.

Who has the most rushing touchdowns in a single-game?

Alvin Kamara

Alvin Kamara has scored the most rushing touchdowns in a game, with 6 touchdowns against the Vikings on December 25, 2020.

Which quarterback has the most 100-yard rushing games?

Lamar Jackson

Lamar Jackson Sets NFL Record, Passes Michael Vick With 12th 100-Yard Rushing Game.

What is the single-game rushing record?

Oklahoma’s Samaje Perine holds the FBS record for single-game rushing yards with 427 yards against Kansas on Nov. 22, 2014. That broke the record that was set one week earlier by Wisconsin’s Melvin Gordon.

Who rushed for 294 yards in a game?

In the Vols’ win over Ole Miss, Webb rushed 35 times for 294 yards, breaking the single-game rushing record of 248 yards set by Johnnie Jones in 1983.

Who has the most 200 yard rushing games in the NFL?

Adrian Peterson

Simpson’s mark for the most 200-yard rushing games in NFL history with six. Adrian Peterson ties OJ Simpson with his 6th career 200-yard rushing performance, most in @NFL history. Fittingly, Peterson broke the 200-yard barrier on an 80-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter to seal the victory for Minnesota.