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Best Touchdown to Interception Ratio Ever in NFL History

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Best Touchdown to Interception Ratio Ever in NFL History

Are you an NFL enthusiast eager to dive into some of the most impressive statistics in professional football? Are you curious to know who has masterfully defied the odds, keeping their interception count low while delivering some of the highest touchdown numbers in the league? Welcome to our comprehensive exploration of the players with the best touchdown to interception ratio ever in NFL history.

In this blog post, we delve deep into the annals of football lore, celebrating the legends of the gridiron whose precision passing and strategic prowess have put them in the annals of the sport. These are the players who have defined their careers by the numbers – touchdowns scored versus interceptions thrown – a statistic that truly separates the elite from the average.

From the greatest quarterbacks of the yesteryears to the present day maestros, we will shine a spotlight on those who’ve mastered the fine art of pass completion while minimizing costly interceptions. So, if you’re intrigued by NFL stats, dedicated to understanding the ins and outs of the game, or simply a football fan who loves a good success story, this post on touchdown to interception ratios will be a touchdown for you. Don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comments section. Let’s dive in!


The 3-time MVP is starting a new journey with the New York Jets next season. This is after a career of being the most efficient Quarterback in NFL history with advanced stats to prove that fact.



For the ridiculous amount of risks Patrick Mahomes has taken, he should not be this high on this list. He is the best Quarterback in the NFL today and arguably the most talented Quarterback ever.



“Let Russ Cook” is no longer a thing. He went from one of the most beloved QBs in the NFL, to struggling to get anything going with the Broncos. Tom Brady is the best Quarterback ever and this is another stat that proves it.




Full list below:

  1. Aaron Rodgers: 4.52
  2. Patrick Mahomes: 3.92
  3. Russell Wilson: 3.14
  4. Tom Brady: 3.06
  5. Deshaun Watson: 2.71
  6. Justin Herbert: 2.69
  7. Lamar Jackson: 2.66
  8. Joe Burrow: 2.65
  9. Dak Prescott: 2.55
  10. Kirk Cousins: 2.40
  11. Colin Kaepernick: 2.40
  12. Drew Brees: 2.35
  13. Tyrod Taylor: 2.31
  14. Josh Allen: 2.30
  15. Carson Wentz: 2.29
  16. Jared Goff: 2.21
  17. Derek Carr: 2.19
  18. Steve Young: 2.17
  19. Peyton Manning: 2.15
  20. Tony Romo: 2.12
  21. Jacoby Brissett: 2.09
  22. Matt Ryan: 2.08
  23. Jimmy Garoppolo: 2.07
  24. Andrew Luck: 2.06
  25. Kyler Murray: 2.05
  26. Philip Rivers: 2.01
  27. Donovan McNabb: 2.00
  28. Ben Roethlisberger: 1.98
  29. Matthew Stafford: 1.97
  30. Joe Montana: 1.96
  31. Ryan Tannehill: 1.96
  32. Jeff Garcia: 1.94
  33. Alex Smith: 1.83
  34. Daniel Jones: 1.76
  35. Neil O’Donnell: 1.76
  36. Nick Foles: 1.74
  37. Rich Gannon: 1.73
  38. Mark Brunell: 1.70
  39. Marcus Mariota: 1.70
  40. Andy Dalton: 1.69
  41. Sam Bradford: 1.69
  42. Dan Marino: 1.67
  43. David Garrard: 1.65
  44. Case Keenum: 1.62
  45. Kurt Warner: 1.62
  46. Teddy Bridgewater: 1.60
  47. Baker Mayfield: 1.59
  48. Chad Pennington: 1.59
  49. Mitchell Trubisky: 1.58
  50. Joe Flacco: 1.58

Consider this the modern day tier. I can see any of these Quarterbacks continuing to rise on this list, or plummeting.



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