List of National Football League quarterback playoff records

For playoff quarterback touchdown record see List of National Football League playoffs career passing touchdowns leaders.

The first official National Football League (NFL) playoff game was the 1933 NFL Championship Game between the Chicago Bears and New York Giants. A "playoff" game was played in 1932 between the Chicago Bears and Portsmouth Spartans to break a regular season tie, but is recorded in the team record books as a regular season game.[1] Since then there have been a total over 525 NFL playoff games including games from the AFL, but not the AAFC. The following list shows career postseason records for each starting quarterback in the NFL playoffs.

Wins or losses are credited to the quarterback who started the game for each team, even if he was injured or failed to complete the game.

Note: from 1933–1949 some offenses did not employ a quarterback in the modern sense of the position. Listed below are the "primary passers" for those games, the players that passed the ball most in those games. They may not have actually started the game at quarterback. This format allows Hall of Fame quarterbacks like Sid Luckman and Sammy Baugh to maintain credit for their team's playoff records since they were obviously the top passer for their team. The players involved in such games are marked with an asterisk (*).

Champion starters

The following 54 quarterbacks have led their team to an NFL or American Football League (AFL) title. Super Bowls before the 1970 AFL–NFL merger are not included in total championship count.

0 is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Bold denotes an active player 0^0 Won with 2 teams
Rank Quarterback Team NFL Championships Super Bowls Total
Champ­ionships
1 Tom Brady Patriots 2001, 2003, 2004, 2014, 2016, 2018 6
2 Bart Starr0 Packers 1961, 1962, 1965, 1966, 1967 1966, 1967 5
3 Sid Luckman*0 Bears 1940, 1941, 1943, 1946 4
Terry Bradshaw0 Steelers 1974, 1975, 1978, 1979
Joe Montana0 49ers 1981, 1984, 1988, 1989
6 Otto Graham0 Browns 1950, 1954, 1955 3
Johnny Unitas0 Colts 1958, 1959 1970
Len Dawson0 Dallas Texans
Chiefs
AFL 1962, 1966, 1969 1969
Troy Aikman0 Cowboys 1992, 1993, 1995
10 Ed Danowski* Giants 1934, 1938 2
Arnie Herber *0 Packers 1936, 1939
Sammy Baugh *0 Redskins 1937, 1942
Bob Waterfield*0 Rams 1945, 1951
Tommy Thompson* Eagles 1948, 1949
Bobby Layne0 Lions 1952, 1953
Tobin Rote ^ Lions 1957
Chargers AFL 1963
George Blanda0 Oilers AFL 1960, 1961
Jack Kemp Bills AFL 1964, 1965
Roger Staubach0 Cowboys 1971, 1977
Bob Griese0 Dolphins 1972, 1973
Jim Plunkett Raiders 1980, 1983
John Elway0 Broncos 1997, 1998
Ben Roethlisberger Steelers 2005, 2008
Peyton Manning ^ Colts 2006
Broncos 2015
Eli Manning Giants 2007, 2011
26 Carl Brumbaugh* Bears 1933 1
Glenn Presnell* Lions 1935
Irv Comp * Packers 1944
Paul Christman * Cardinals 1947
Don Heinrich Giants 1956
Norm Van Brocklin0 Eagles 1960
Bill Wade Bears 1963
Frank Ryan Browns 1964
Daryle Lamonica Raiders AFL 1967
Earl Morrall Colts 1968
Joe Namath0 Jets AFL 1968 1968
Joe Kapp Vikings 1969
Ken Stabler0 Raiders 1976
Joe Theismann Redskins 1982
Jim McMahon Bears 1985
Phil Simms Giants 1986
Doug Williams Redskins 1987
Jeff Hostetler Giants 1990
Mark Rypien Redskins 1991
Steve Young0 49ers 1994
Brett Favre0 Packers 1996
Kurt Warner0 Rams 1999
Trent Dilfer Ravens 2000
Brad Johnson Buccaneers 2002
Drew Brees Saints 2009
Aaron Rodgers Packers 2010
Joe Flacco Ravens 2012
Russell Wilson Seahawks 2013
Nick Foles Eagles 2017

Winning starters

Tom Brady 2011
Tom Brady holds the NFL records for most playoff wins by a quarterback, 30, and for most playoff games started.
Bart starr bw
Bart Starr, at 9-1, holds the NFL record for post-season winning percentage for a starting quarterbacks with more than two starts.

Tom Brady holds the NFL record for most playoff wins by a quarterback with 30, and the record for most playoff games started (40). Joe Flacco holds the record for most post-season road wins by a quarterback, with 7. For players with 5 or more playoff appearances, Bart Starr holds the record for the highest winning percentage, (.900) and is second for the record for most championships (5 NFL titles plus 2 Super Bowl wins vs. AFL teams) to Tom Brady, who has won 6 Super Bowls. Six quarterbacks are undefeated in post-season play but all of them have just a single appearance as a starter except for Frank Reich who had two starts. Hall of Fame quarterback Y. A. Tittle shares the record with Andy Dalton for the highest number of playoff starts without ever winning a game (4). John Elway holds the record for the highest number of playoff wins before eventually winning his first Super Bowl (10). Donovan McNabb and Jim Kelly hold the record for the highest number of playoff wins (9) without winning the Super Bowl.

This table lists all quarterbacks who have won a playoff game in the NFL or the AFL.
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Sorting 'Teams' in ascending order will list all champion quarterbacks for each team first and in the order they won the title game for their team.

Bold denotes an active player
Won 1 NFL Championship * 1920–1969
Won 2 or more NFL Championships ¤ 1920–1969
Won 1 AFL Championship ~ 1960–1969
Won 2 or more AFL Championships 1960–1969
Won a Super Bowl ^ 1970–
Won 2 or more Super Bowls ** 1970–

From 1960–1969, NFL and AFL Champs are listed.
Super Bowls listed after NFL-AFL merger.

0 is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Updated through the Championship games.

Quarterbacks Sorted by 1st – Most Wins00 2nd – Fewest Losses00
Rank Quarterback 0Wins0 Losses Percent Teams Championship
Season(s)
Ref
1 Tom Brady 30 10 .750
Patriots**
2001, 2003, 2004, 2014, 2016, 2018 [2]
2 Joe Montana0 16 7 .696
49ers** (14-5)
Chiefs (2-2)
1981, 1984, 1988, 1989 [3]
3 Terry Bradshaw0 14 5 .737
Steelers**
1974, 1975, 1978, 1979 [4]
4 John Elway0 14 7 .667
Broncos**
1997, 1998 [5]
5 Peyton Manning 14 13 .519
Colts ** (9-10)
2006 [6]
Broncos ** (5-3)
2015
6 Ben Roethlisberger 13 8 .619
Steelers**
2005, 2008 [7]
7 Brett Favre0 13 11 .542
Packers ^ (12-10)
Vikings (1-1)
1996 [8]
8 Troy Aikman0 11 4 .733
Cowboys**
1992, 1993, 1995 [9]
9 Roger Staubach0 11 6 .647
Cowboys**
1971, 1977
10 Joe Flacco 10 5 .667
Ravens ^
2012 [10]
11 Bart Starr0 9 1 .900
Packers ¤
01961, 1962, 1965, 1966, 1967 [11]
12 Kurt Warner0 9 4 .692
Rams ^ (5-2)
Cardinals (4-2)
1999 [12]
13 Aaron Rodgers 9 7 .563
Packers ^
2010 [13]
Donovan McNabb 9 7 .563 Eagles [14]
15 Jim Kelly0 9 8 .529 Bills
16 Jim Plunkett 8 2 .800
Raiders**
1980, 1983 [15]
17 Eli Manning 8 4 .667
Giants**
2007, 2011 [16]
18 Russell Wilson 8 5 .615
Seahawks ^
2013 [17]
19 Steve Young0 8 6 .571
49ers ^
1994 [18]
20 Drew Brees 8 7 .533 Chargers (0-1)
Saints ^ (8-6)
2009 [19]
21 Dan Marino0 8 10 .444 Dolphins [20]
22 Ken Stabler0 7 5 .583
Raiders ^ (7-4)
Oilers (0-1)
1976 [21]
23 Johnny Unitas0 6 2 .750
Colts ¤
Colts ^
1958, 1959
1970
Joe Theismann 6 2 .750
Redskins ^
1982 [22]
25 Phil Simms 6 4 .600
Giants ^
1986
26 Bob Griese0 6 5 .545
Dolphins**
1972, 1973 [23]
Fran Tarkenton0 6 5 .545 Vikings [24]
28 Sid Luckman*0 5 1 .833
Bears ¤
1940, 1941, 1943, 1946 [25]
Trent Dilfer 5 1 .833 Buccaneers (1-1)
Ravens ^ (4-0)
2000 [26]
30 Mark Rypien 5 2 .714
Redskins ^
1991 [27]
31 Len Dawson0 5 3 .625
Dallas Texans / Chiefs‡
AFL 1962, 1966, 1969 [28]
Jake Delhomme 5 3 .625 Panthers
33 Craig Morton 5 5 .500 Cowboys (3-2) Broncos (2-3) [29]
Danny White 5 5 .500 Cowboys [30]
Mark Brunell 5 5 .500 Jaguars (4-4) Redskins (1-1) [31]
Steve McNair 5 5 .500 Titans (5-4) Ravens (0-1) [32]
37 Matt Hasselbeck 5 6 .455 Seahawks [33]
Philip Rivers 5 6 .455 Chargers
39 Earl Morrall 4 1 .800
Colts* (2-1)
Dolphins (2-0)
1968 [34]
Jeff Hostetler 4 1 .800
Giants ^ (3-0)
Raiders (1-1)
1990 [35]
41 Mark Sanchez 4 2 .667 Jets
Colin Kaepernick 4 2 .667 49ers [36]
Nick Foles 4 2 .667
Eagles ^
2017 [37]
44 Otto Graham0 4 3 .571
Browns ¤
1950, 1954, 1955
Doug Williams 4 3 .571 Buccaneers (1-3)
Redskins ^ (3-0)
1987 [38]
Brad Johnson 4 3 .571 Vikings (0-1) Redskins (1-1)
Buccaneers ^ (3-1)
2002 [39]
Rich Gannon 4 3 .571 Raiders
48 Ron Jaworski 4 4 .500 Rams (1-0) Eagles (3-4) [40]
Andrew Luck 4 4 .500 Colts [41]
50 Daryle Lamonica 4 5 .444
Raiders
AFL 1967
51 Matt Ryan 4 6 .400 Falcons [42]
52 Tommy Thompson* 3 1 .750
Eagles ¤
1948, 1949 [43]
Bobby Layne0 3 1 .750
Lions ¤
1952, 1953
Tobin Rote 3 1 .750
Lions* (2-0)
1957 [44]
Chargers~ (1-1)
AFL 1963
55 Dan Pastorini 3 2 .600 Oilers
David Woodley 3 2 .600 Dolphins
Boomer Esiason 3 2 .600 Bengals [45]
Jay Schroeder 3 2 .600 Redskins (2-1) Raiders (1-1) [46]
Tony Eason 3 2 .600 Patriots [47]
Mike Tomczak 3 2 .600 Bears (2-1) Steelers (1-1) [48]
61 Sammy Baugh *0 3 3 .500
Redskins ¤
1937, 1942 [49]
Jim McMahon 3 3 .500
Bears ^ (3-2)
Vikings (0-1)
1985 [50]
Vince Ferragamo 3 3 .500 Rams [51]
Stan Humphries 3 3 .500 Chargers
Drew Bledsoe 3 3 .500 Patriots
66 Dan Fouts0 3 4 .429 Chargers [52]
Bernie Kosar 3 4 .429 Browns [53]
Neil O'Donnell 3 4 .429 Steelers
Kerry Collins 3 4 .429 Panthers(1-1) Giants (2-2) Titans (0-1) [54]
Cam Newton 3 4 .429 Panthers [55]
71 Dave Krieg 3 6 .333 Seahawks (3-4) Chiefs (0-1) Lions (0-1) [56]
Randall Cunningham 3 6 .333 Eagles (1-4) Vikings (2-2) [57]
73 Warren Moon0 3 7 .300 Oilers (3-6) Vikings (0-1) [58]
74 Frank Reich 2 0 1.000 Bills
75 George Blanda0 2 1 .667
Oilers‡
AFL 1960, 1961 [59][60]
Don Heinrich 2 1 .667
Giants*
1956
Joe Namath0 2 1 .667
Jets ^
AFL 1968
Chris Chandler 2 1 .667 Falcons [61]
Blake Bortles 2 1 .667 Jaguars [62]
80 Ed Danowski* 2 2 .500
Giants ¤
1934, 1938
Arnie Herber *0 2 2 .500
Packers ¤ (2-1)
Giants (0-1)
1936, 1939 [63][64]
Bob Waterfield*0 2 2 .500
Rams ¤
1945, 1951
Norm Van Brocklin0 2 2 .500 Rams (1-2)
Eagles* (1-0)
1960
Joe Kapp 2 2 .500
Vikings*
1969
Richard Todd 2 2 .500 Jets
Tommy Kramer 2 2 .500 Vikings [65]
Kordell Stewart 2 2 .500 Steelers
Daunte Culpepper 2 2 .500 Vikings [66]
Rex Grossman 2 2 .500 Bears
Jared Goff 2 2 .500 Rams [67]
91 John Brodie 2 3 .400 49ers
Bill Nelsen 2 3 .400 Browns [68]
Pat Haden 2 3 .400 Rams
Wade Wilson 2 3 .400 Vikings [69]
Jim Everett 2 3 .400 Rams
Jim Harbaugh 2 3 .400 Bears (0-1) Colts (2-2) [70]
Vinny Testaverde 2 3 .400 Browns (1-1) Jets (1-2) [71]
Michael Vick 2 3 .400 Falcons (2-2) Eagles (0-1) [72]
99 Jack Kemp 2 4 .333 Chargers (0-2)
Bills‡ (2-2)
AFL 1964, 1965 [73]
Ken Anderson 2 4 .333 Bengals
Jake Plummer 2 4 .333 Cardinals (1-1) Broncos (1-3) [74]
Jeff Garcia 2 4 .333 49ers (1-2) Eagles (1-1) Buccaneers (0-1) [75]
Chad Pennington 2 4 .333 Jets (2-3) Dolphins (0-1) [76]
Tony Romo 2 4 .333 Cowboys [77]
105 Billy Kilmer 2 5 .286 Redskins [78]
Alex Smith 2 5 .286 49ers (1-1) Chiefs (1-4) [79]
107 Glenn Presnell* 1 0 1.000
Lions*
1935
Irv Comp * 1 0 1.000
Packers*
1944 [80]
Paul Christman * 1 0 1.000
Cardinals*
1947 [81]
Bill Wade 1 0 1.000
Bears*
1963
Gifford Nielsen 1 0 1.000 Oilers
112 Carl Brumbaugh* 1 1 .500
Bears*
1933
Babe Parilli 1 1 .500 Patriots
Lynn Dickey 1 1 .500 Packers
Pat Ryan 1 1 .500 Jets
Steve Fuller 1 1 .500 Bears
Mark Malone 1 1 .500 Steelers [82]
Scott Brunner 1 1 .500 Giants
Dieter Brock 1 1 .500 Rams
Bubby Brister 1 1 .500 Steelers [83]
Chris Miller 1 1 .500 Falcons [84]
Steve Beuerlein 1 1 .500 Cowboys
Rodney Peete 1 1 .500 Eagles
Tommy Maddox 1 1 .500 Steelers [85]
Aaron Brooks 1 1 .500 Saints [86]
David Garrard 1 1 .500 Jaguars [87]
Tim Tebow 1 1 .500 Broncos [88]
Jay Cutler 1 1 .500 Bears
T. J. Yates 1 1 .500 Texans [89]
Matt Schaub 1 1 .500 Texans [90]
Brock Osweiler 1 1 .500 Texans [91]
Marcus Mariota 1 1 .500 Titans [92]
Case Keenum 1 1 .500 Vikings [93]
Patrick Mahomes 1 1 .500 Chiefs [94]
135 Frank Ryan 1 2 .333
Browns*
1964
James Harris 1 2 .333 Rams
Bob Lee 1 2 .333 Vikings [95]
Erik Kramer 1 2 .333 Lions
Steve Walsh 1 2 .333 Saints (0-1) Bears (1-1) [96]
Jeff George 1 2 .333 Falcons (0-1) Vikings (1-1) [97]
Elvis Grbac 1 2 .333 Chiefs (0-1) Ravens (1-1) [98]
Jay Fiedler 1 2 .333 Dolphins
Shaun King 1 2 .333 Buccaneers
Marc Bulger 1 2 .333 Rams [99]
Dak Prescott 1 2 .333 Cowboys [100]
146 Don Meredith 1 3 .250 Cowboys
Joe Ferguson 1 3 .250 Bills
Steve Bartkowski 1 3 .250 Falcons
Steve DeBerg 1 3 .250 Broncos (0-1) Chiefs (1-2) [101]
Carson Palmer 1 3 .250 Bengals (0-2) Cardinals(1-1) [102]
Rank Quarterback 0Wins0 Losses Percent Teams Championship
Season(s)
Ref

Remaining starters

The following quarterbacks have started in at least one playoff game, but have not earned a win.

Updated through the 2018 season.[103]

Bold denotes an active quarterback
Member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame
1 Playoff Loss
Team Quarterback
Bears Bob Avellini
Ed Brown
Johnny Lujack
Bernie Masterson
Jim Miller
Mitchell Trubisky
Bengals Virgil Carter
AJ McCarron
Bills Rob Johnson
Tyrod Taylor
Browns Kelly Holcomb
Paul McDonald
Tommy O'Connell
Milt Plum
Brian Sipe
Don Strock
Buccaneers Chris Simms
Cardinals Ryan Lindley
Neil Lomax
Ray Mallouf
Chiefs Todd Blackledge
Steve Bono
Matt Cassel
Colts Tom Matte
Jack Trudeau
Cowboys Quincy Carter
Dolphins Matt Moore
Eagles Ty Detmer
Giants Frank Filchock*
Danny Kanell
Harry Newman*
1 Playoff Loss
Team Quarterback
Jaguars Byron Leftwich
Lions Gary Danielson
Eric Hipple
Greg Landry
Packers Scott Hunter
Cecil Isbell*
Patriots Scott Zolak
Raiders Connor Cook
Todd Marinovich
Marc Wilson
Rams Jeff Kemp
Ravens Anthony Wright
Lamar Jackson
Redskins Todd Collins
Kirk Cousins
Robert Griffin III
Riley Smith*
Seahawks Jon Kitna
Steelers Johnny Clement*
Cliff Stoudt
Texans Brian Hoyer
Deshaun Watson
Oilers
Titans
Cody Carlson
Vince Young
Vikings Teddy Bridgewater
Gary Cuozzo
Tarvaris Jackson0
Sean Salisbury
Joe Webb
2 Playoff Losses
Quarterback Team
Doug Flutie Bears
Bills
Mike Phipps Browns
Bears
Jim Hart Cardinals
John Hadl Chargers
Rams
Trent Green Chiefs
Charlie Conerly0 Giants
Tuffy Leemans* Giants
Ken O'Brien Jets
Gus Frerotte Lions
Broncos
Scott Mitchell Lions
Pete Beathard Oilers
Roman Gabriel Rams
v
3 Playoff Losses
Quarterback Team
Bert Jones Colts
Matthew Stafford Lions
Steve Grogan0 Patriots
Bobby Hebert Saints
v
4 Playoff Losses
Quarterback Team
Y. A. Tittle0 49ers (0-1)
Giants (0-3)
Andy Dalton Bengals

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See also

Conference tiebreakers
NFL playoff system
AFL
National Football League records and leaders
General
Passing
Rushing
Receiving
Defense
Special teams

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