What is the single game receiving record?

September 24, 2019 Off By idswater

What is the single game receiving record?

The single game record for receiving yards belongs to one-time Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Flipper Anderson. He hauled in 336 yards in 1989 in a 20-17 win over the Saints. Rams quarterback Jim Everett threw for 454 yards in the game.

What is the record for the most receiving touchdowns in a single game?

Leaders

Player TD Boxscore
Bob Shaw 5 Chicago Cardinals vs. Baltimore Colts, October 2, 1950
Kellen Winslow+ 5 San Diego Chargers vs. Oakland Raiders, November 22, 1981
Jerry Rice+ 5 San Francisco 49ers vs. Atlanta Falcons, October 14, 1990
Jerry Rice+ 4 San Francisco 49ers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, November 14, 1993

What is the most receiving yards in a playoff game?

Eric Moulds has the most receiving yards in a playoff game, with 240 yards in the 1998 AFC Wild Card game against the Dolphins on January 2, 1999.

Who is the NFL record holder for receiving yards in a playoff game?

Three-time Pro Bowler Eric Moulds, who played 10 seasons for the Buffalo Bills before finishing his career playing a season each for the Texans and Titans, is the current record-holder for the most receiving yards in a single NFL playoff game.

Who are the NFL single game receiving leaders?

Build your own custom leaderboards with the Play Index. Single game leaders only reflect years for which we have complete boxscore data (1950 onward), all playoff games, and all 100 yard rushing/receiving or 300 yard passing games from 1940-1959. Los Angeles Rams vs. New Orleans Saints, November 26, 1989 St. Louis Cardinals vs.

What are the most consecutive starts in NFL history?

Here is a list of the records in the National Football League set by individual players. Note: These records are not listed in the NFL Record and Fact Book. For a more detailed list of consecutive starts and games played, see List of most consecutive starts and games played by National Football League players.

Who is the NBA single game playoff leader?

* Indicates member of the Hall of Fame. Single game playoffs leaders since the 1984 season. 1. 4. 15. 34. 76.

Three-time Pro Bowler Eric Moulds, who played 10 seasons for the Buffalo Bills before finishing his career playing a season each for the Texans and Titans, is the current record-holder for the most receiving yards in a single NFL playoff game.

Who is the NFL single game receiving leader?

Single game leaders only reflect years for which we have complete boxscore data (1950 onward), all playoff games, and all 100 yard rushing/receiving or 300 yard passing games from 1940-1959. Detroit Lions vs. New Orleans Saints, January 7, 2012

What was the single game rushing record in the NFL?

Vikings RB Adrian Peterson set the NFL single-game rushing record with 296 yards and three touchdowns against the Chargers on Nov. 4 2007. Peterson also set an NFL record for rushing yards in a half with 253 rushing yards in the second half.

Here is a list of the records in the National Football League set by individual players. Note: These records are not listed in the NFL Record and Fact Book. For a more detailed list of consecutive starts and games played, see List of most consecutive starts and games played by National Football League players.