Thursday, October 21, 2004

great scoring records in history

Most Seasons Leading League
5 Don Hutson - Green Bay (1940-44)
5 Gino Cappelletti - Boston (1961,1963-66)
3 Earl (Dutch) Clark - Portsmouth (1932), Detroit (1935-36)
3 Pat Harder - Chi Cardinals (1947-49)
3 Paul Hornung - Green Bay (1959-61)
2 Jack Manders - Chi Bears (1934,1937)
2 Gordy Soltau - San Francisco (1952-53)
2 Doak Walker - Detroit (1950,1955)
2 Gene Mingo - Denver (1960,1962)
2 Jim Turner - NY Jets (1968-69)
2 Fred Cox - Minnesota (1969-70)
2 Chester Marcol - Green Bay (1972,1974)
2 John Smith - New England (1979-80)
2 Marshall Faulk - St Louis Rams (2000-01)

Most Consecutive Seasons Leading League
5 Don Hutson - Green Bay (1940-44)
4 Gino Cappelletti - Boston (1963-66)
3 Pat Harder - Chi Cardinals (1947-49)
3 Paul Hornung Green Bay (1959-61)

Most Points, Career
2,059 Gary Anderson - Pitt (1982-94), Phi (1995-96), SF (1997), Min (1998-2001)
1,938 Morten Andersen - New Orleans (1982-94), Atlanta (1995-2000), NY Giants (2001)
2,002 George Blanda - Chi (1949,1950-58), Balt (1950), Hou (1960-66), Oak (1967-75)

Most Points, Season
176 Paul Hornung - Green Bay (1960)
164 Gary Anderson - Minnesota (1998)

161 Mark Moseley - Washington (1983)

Most Points, Game
40 Ernie Nevers - Chi Cards vs Chi Bears (11/28/29)
36 Dub Jones - Clev vs Chi Bears (11/25/51)
36 Gale Sayers - Chicago vs San Fran (12/12/65)
33 Paul Hornung - Green Bay vs Balt (10/8/61)

Most Points, No Touchdowns, Season
164 Gary Anderson - Minnesota (1998)
161 Mark Moseley - Washington (1983)
149 Chip Lohmiller - Washington (1991)

Most Seasons 100 or More Points
13 Gary Anderson - Pitt (1983-85, 1988, 1991-94), Phi (1996), SF (1997), Minn (1998-2000)
12 Morten Anderson - NO (1985-89, 1991-94), Atl (1995,1997-98)
11 Nick Lowery - Kansas City (1981, 1983-86, 1988-93)

Most Points, Rookie Season
144 Kevin Butler - Chicago (1985)
132 Gale Sayers - Chicago (1965)
128 Doak Walker - Detroit (1950)
128 Chester Marcol - Green Bay (1972)

Most Consecutive Games Scoring
286 Morten Andersen - NO (1982-94), Atlanta (1995-2000), NY Giants (2001)
186 Jim Breech - Oakland (1979), Cin (1980-92)
155 Ray Wersching - San Francisco (1977-87)

Friday, October 15, 2004

Tht history football

the history of football is a long glorious one. One that has earn its way into the hearts of billions acrosss the world as the favorite pastime ever.