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FEBRUARY 1, 2015

Interceptions By

Records updated through the 2008-09 season
Most Interceptions, Career
9 Charlie Waters, Dallas, 25 games
Bill Simpson, Los Angeles-Buffalo, 11 games
Ronnie Lott, San Francisco-L.A. Raiders, 20 games
8 Lester Hayes, Oakland/L.A. Raiders, 13 games
7 Willie Brown, Oakland, 17 games
Dennis Thurman, Dallas, 14 games
Rodney Harrison, San Diego-New England, 13 games
Asante Samuel, New England-Philadelphia, 17 games
Most Interceptions, Game
4 Vernon Perry, AFC-D: Houston vs. San Diego, 1979
3 Joe Laws, NFC: Green Bay vs. N.Y. Giants, 1944
Charlie Waters, NFC-D: Dallas vs. Chicago, 1977
Rod Martin, SB: Oakland vs. Philadelphia, 1980
Dennis Thurman, NFC-D: Dallas vs. Green Bay, 1982
A.J. Duhe, AFC: Miami vs. N.Y. Jets, 1982
Ty Law, AFC: New England vs. Indianapolis, 2003
Ricky Manning Jr., NFC, Carolina vs. Philadelphia, 2003
2 By many players
Most Consecutive Games, Interceptions
4 Aeneas Williams, Arizona-St. Louis, 1998-2001
Rodney Harrison, New England, 2004,2007
3 By many players. Last time: Ed Reed, Baltimore, 2006, 2008
YARDS GAINED
Most Yards Gained, Career
227 Asante Samuel, New England-Philadelphia, 17 games
196 Willie Brown, Oakland, 17 games
187 Ronnie Lott, San Francisco-L.A.-Raiders, 20 games
Most Yards Gained, Game
108 Darrien Gordon, SB: Denver vs. Atlanta, 1998
101 George Teague, NFC-FR: Green Bay vs. Detroit, 1993
100 Champ Bailey, AFC-D: Denver vs. New England, 2005
James Harrison, SB: Pittsburgh vs. Arizona, 2008
Longest Return
101 George Teague, NFC-FR: Green Bay vs. Detroit, 1993 (TD)
100 Champ Bailey, AFC-D: Denver vs. New England, 2005
James Harrison, SB: Pittsburgh vs. Arizona, 2008 (TD)
98 Darrol Ray, AFC-FR: N.Y. Jets vs. Cincinnati, 1982 (TD)
TOUCHDOWNS
Most Touchdowns, Career
4 Asante Samuel, New England-Philadelphia, 17 games
3 Willie Brown, Oakland, 17 games
2 Lester Hayes, Oakland/L.A. Raiders, 13 games
Ronnie Lott, San Francisco-L.A. Raiders, 20 games
Darrell Green, Washington, 18 games
Melvin Jenkins, Seattle-Detroit, 5 games
George Teague, Green Bay-Dallas-Miami-Dallas, 12 games
Aeneas Williams, Arizona-St. Louis, 6 games
Dwight Smith, Tampa Bay, 4 games
Most Touchdowns, Game
2 Aeneas Williams, NFC-D: St. Louis vs. Green Bay, 2001
Dwight Smith, SB: Tampa Bay vs. Oakland, 2002
1 By many players