List of publications featuring NFL records

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This article contains a list of all SportsPaper publications from National Football League games where individual or team records were set, tied, or broken. American Football League records are also included.

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Active records

Date Team(s) Venue Type Record
November 27, 1966 Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants D.C. Stadium Program Most kick attempts in a single game (Charlie Gogolak, 10)
December 26, 1970 Dallas Cowboys vs. Detroit Lions Texas Stadium Program Fewest combined points in an NFL playoff game (5)
October 26, 1980 Baltimore Colts vs. St. Louis Cardinals Memorial Stadium Program Most sacks by a team in a single game (Cardinals, 12)
November 14, 1993 Philadelphia Eagles vs. Miami Dolphins Veterans Stadium Program Most coaching wins all-time (Don Shula, 325)
September 30, 2007 Detroit Lions vs. Chicago Bears Ford Field Program Most points scored in the 4th quarter (Lions, 34)
November 4, 2007 Minnesota Vikings vs. San Diego Chargers Metrodome Program Most rushing yards in a single game (Adrian Peterson, 296)
February 4, 2018 New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles U.S. Bank Stadium Super Bowl LII Program Most passing yards in an NFL playoff game (Tom Brady, 505)

Former records

Date Team(s) Venue Type Record
October 7, 1934 Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions City Stadium Program Glenn Presnell of the Detroit Lions kicked a then-record 54-yard field goal.
September 27, 1953 Baltimore Colts vs. Chicago Bears Memorial Stadium Program Bert Rechichar of the Baltimore Colts kicked a then-record 56-yard field goal.
December 17, 1960 Oakland Raiders vs. Denver Broncos Candlestick Park Program Most points scored in the 4th quarter (Raiders, 31).
December 8, 1963 Oakland Raiders vs. San Diego Chargers Frank Youell Field Program Most points scored in the 4th quarter (Raiders, 31).
September 18, 1966 Minnesota Vikings vs. Baltimore Colts Metropolitan Stadium Program Johnny Unitas passed Y.A. Tittle as the NFL's career TD passing leader (214).
November 8, 1970 New Orleans Saints vs. Detroit Lions Tulane Stadium Program Saints placekicker Tom Dempsey kicked a then-record 63-yard field goal.
September 13, 1981 Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta Falcons Lambeau Field Program Most points scored in the 4th quarter (Falcons, 31).
October 7, 1984 Chicago Bears vs. New Orleans Saints Soldier Field Program Walter Payton passed Jim Brown as the NFL's career rush yards leader.
September 21, 1986 New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins Giants Stadium Program Most combined passing yards in one game (Ken O'Brien and Dan Marino, 884).
November 26, 1995 Indianapolis Colts vs. Miami Dolphins RCA Dome Program Dolphins QB Dan Marino set a new NFL record for career passing touchdowns with #343, passing Fran Tarkenton.
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