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List of most consecutive starts and games played by National Football League players


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Updated: 2016-12-27T14:18Z
Brett Favre, the all-time leader in consecutive starts by an NFL player.

This is a list of the most consecutive starts and games played by a player by position in the NFL.[1][2]

Brett Favre's starts streak of 297 games is the longest all-time.[3][4] Among defensive players, Jim Marshall's starts streak of 270 is the longest all-time.[3] Of special note is punter Jeff Feagles, who played in 352 consecutive games which is the longest of all-time for a special teams player.[5] Special teams players are not credited with starts in the NFL.[1][6] In 2016, Lawrence Timmons became the most recent player to surpass someone at his position for consecutive starts, having broken the previous mark for right inside linebackers previously held by Frank LeMaster.[7][8][9]

Updated through 2016 season

Bold denotes an active streak

Leader boards

Consecutive games started

All-time starts

London Fletcher, the most recent player to achieve 200 consecutive starts by an NFL player.

Minimum 200 consecutive regular season starts[1][2][10]

RankPlayerPosPeriodTeamsRegular seasonPlayoffsTotal
1Brett FavreQB9/27/1992 – 12/5/2010Green Bay; NY Jets; Minnesota297[11][12]24321
2Jim MarshallDE9/17/1961 – 12/16/1979Minnesota270[13][14]19289
3Mick TingelhoffC9/16/1962 – 12/17/1978Minnesota240[15][16]19259
4Bruce MatthewsOL11/29/1987 – 1/6/2002Houston/Tennessee229[17][18]15244
5Will ShieldsRG9/12/1993 – 12/31/2006Kansas City223[19][20]8231
6TAlan PageDT10/8/1967 – 12/20/1981Minnesota; Chicago215[21][22]19234
6TRonde BarberDB11/21/1999 – 12/30/2012Tampa Bay215[23][24]9224
6TLondon FletcherLB11/12/2000 – 12/29/2013St. Louis; Buffalo; Washington215[25][26]6221
9Jim OttoC9/11/1960 – 12/14/1974Oakland210[27][28]13223
10TDerrick BrooksLB9/1/1996 – 12/28/2008Tampa Bay208[29][30]11219
10TPeyton ManningQB9/6/1998 – 1/2/2011Indianapolis208[31][32]19227
12Gene UpshawLG9/10/1967 – 10/4/1981Oakland207[33][34]24231
13Randall McDanielLG10/22/1989 – 1/6/2002Minnesota; Tampa Bay202[35][36]16218

Other active leaders

Eli Manning, the active leader for consecutive starts by an NFL player.

Minimum 100 consecutive regular season starts[37]

PlayerPosTeams played for during streakReg. season startsRef
Eli ManningQBNew York Giants199[37][38]
Philip RiversQBSan Diego Chargers176[37][39]
Jason WittenTEDallas Cowboys163[37][40]
Joe ThomasOTCleveland Browns160[41][42]
Donald PennOTTampa Bay Buccaneers
Oakland Raiders
156[43][44]
Brandon CarrCBKansas City Chiefs
Dallas Cowboys
144[45]
Andy LevitreOGBuffalo Bills
Tennessee Titans
Atlanta Falcons
128[46][47]
Matt RyanQBAtlanta Falcons115[48]
Zane BeadlesOGDenver Broncos
Jacksonville Jaguars
San Francisco 49ers
107[49]
Lawrence TimmonsLBPittsburgh Steelers

Miami Dolphins

101[7]

Consecutive games played

All-time games played

Shane Lechler, the active leader in consecutive games played by an NFL player.

Top 25 players for consecutive regular season games played[1][50][51]

RankPlayerPosPeriodTeamsConsecutive gamesPlayoffsTotal
1Jeff FeaglesP9/4/1988 – 1/3/2010New England; Philadelphia; Arizona; Seattle; NY Giants352[6][52]11363
2Brett FavreQB9/13/1992 – 12/5/2010Green Bay; NY Jets; Minnesota299[11][53][54]24323
3Jim MarshallDE9/25/1960 – 12/16/1979Cleveland; Minnesota282[13][55]19301
4London FletcherLB9/6/1998 – 12/29/2013St. Louis; Buffalo; Washington256[25][26]9265
5Morten AndersenK10/25/1987 – 12/15/2002New Orleans; Atlanta; NY Giants; Kansas City248[56][57]8256
6Chris GardockiP11/28/1991 – 12/31/2006Chicago; Indianapolis; Cleveland; Pittsburgh244[58][59]14258
7Bill RomanowskiLB9/4/1988 – 9/22/2003San Francisco; Philadelphia; Denver; Oakland243[60][61]28271
8TMick TingelhoffC9/16/1962 – 12/17/1978Minnesota240[15][16]19259
8TRyan LongwellK9/1/1997 – 1/1/2012Green Bay; Minnesota240[62][63]13253
8TRonde BarberDB9/6/1998 – 12/30/12Tampa Bay240[23][24]9249
11Shane LechlerP9/29/2002 – presentOakland; Houston238[64]10248
12TJim BakkenK11/25/1962 – 12/17/1978St. Louis234[65][66]2236
12TGary AndersonK10/25/1987 – 1/7/2002Pittsburgh; Philadelphia; San Francisco; Minnesota; Tennessee234[67][68]17251
14Bruce MatthewsOL11/29/1987 – 1/6/2002Houston/Tennessee232[17][69]15247
15Jim TurnerK9/12/1964 – 12/17/1979NY Jets; Denver228[70][71]8236
16TGeorge BlandaK/QB9/11/1960 – 12/21/1975Houston; Oakland224[72][73]18242
16TJohn HadlQB/P9/7/1962 – 12/18/1977San Diego; LA Rams; Green Bay; Houston224[74][75]4228
16TDan StryzinskiP9/9/1990 – 12/28/2003Pittsburgh; Tampa Bay; Atlanta; Kansas City; NY Jets224[76][77]4228
16TWill ShieldsRG9/5/1993 – 12/31/2006Kansas City224[19][78]8232
16TDerrick BrooksLB9/3/1995 – 12/28/2008Tampa Bay224[29][79]11235
16TKevin CarterDE/DT9/3/1995 – 12/28/2008St. Louis; Tennessee; Miami; Tampa Bay224[80][81]9233
16TEthan AlbrightLS9/1/1996 – 1/3/2010Buffalo; Washington224[82][83]6230
23Lorenzo NealFB9/4/1994 – 12/9/2007New Orleans; NY Jets; Tampa Bay; Cincinnati; San Diego221[84][85]7228
24Jason WittenTE10/19/2003 – presentDallas219[40]8227
25TAlan PageDT9/17/1967 – 12/20/1981Minnesota; Chicago218[21][22]19237
25TClyde SimmonsDE10/25/1987 – 12/24/2000Philadelphia; Arizona; Jacksonville; Cincinnati; Chicago218[86][87]9227
25TKendall GammonLS9/6/1992 – 11/20/2005Pittsburgh; New Orleans; Kansas City218[88][89]8226

Consecutive starts by position

Offensive skilled

Tim Brown, the all-time leader in consecutive starts by an NFL wide receiver.
PositionPlayerPeriodTeamsConsecutive startsPlayoffsTotal
QuarterbackBrett Favre9/27/1992 – 12/5/2010Green Bay; NY Jets; Minnesota297[11][12]24321
Wide receiverTim Brown12/14/1992 – 12/7/2003LA/Oakland176[90][91]9185
Running backWalter Payton12/7/1975 – 9/20/1987Chicago170[92][93]8178
Tight endJason Witten12/16/2006 – presentDallas163[40][94]7170
FullbackJim Brown9/29/1957 – 12/19/1965Cleveland118[41][95]4122

Offensive linemen

PositionPlayerPeriodTeamsConsecutive startsPlayoffsTotal
CenterMick Tingelhoff9/16/1962 – 12/17/1978Minnesota240[15][16]19259
Right guardWill Shields9/12/1993 – 12/31/2006Kansas City223[19][20]8231
Left guardGene Upshaw9/10/1967 – 10/4/1981Oakland207[33][34]24231
Left tackleDoug Dieken11/21/1971 – 12/16/1984Cleveland194[41][96]4198
Right tackleJon Runyan8/31/1997 – 12/28/2008Tennessee; Philadelphia192[97][98]21213

Defensive linemen

Jim Marshall, the all-time leader in consecutive starts by an NFL defensive end.
PositionPlayerPeriodTeamsConsecutive startsPlayoffsTotal
Defensive endJim Marshall9/17/1961 – 12/16/1979Minnesota270[13][14]19289
Weakside defensive endJim Marshall9/16/1962 – 12/16/1979Minnesota256[13][99]19275
Defensive tackleAlan Page10/8/1967 – 12/20/1981Minnesota; Chicago215[21][22]19234
Weakside defensive tackleAlan Page9/14/1968 – 12/20/1981Minnesota; Chicago204[21][100]19223
Strongside defensive tackleMerlin Olsen12/9/1962 – 12/11/1976Los Angeles198[101][102][103][104][105][106]9207
Strongside defensive endJack Youngblood10/8/1972 – 12/2/1984Los Angeles184[107][108]16200
Nose tackleFred Smerlas9/7/1980 – 9/20/1987Buffalo107[109][110]3110

Linebackers

Derrick Brooks, the all-time leader in consecutive starts by an NFL weakside linebacker.
PositionPlayerPeriodTeamsConsecutive startsPlayoffsTotal
LinebackerLondon Fletcher11/12/2000 – 12/29/2013St. Louis; Buffalo; Washington215[25][26]6221
Weakside linebackerDerrick Brooks9/1/1996 – 12/28/2008Tampa Bay208[29][30]11219
Middle linebackerLee Roy Jordan9/18/1966 – 12/12/1976Dallas154[111][112]19173
Right outside linebackerRobert Brazile9/21/1975 – 12/16/1984Houston147[26][113]7154
Strongside linebackerBill Romanowski9/4/1994 – 9/22/2003Philadelphia; Denver; Oakland140[60][61]14154
Left outside linebackerJason Gildon11/3/1996 – 12/28/2003Pittsburgh120[114][115]8128
Left inside linebackerLevon Kirkland11/27/1994 – 12/24/2000Pittsburgh107[116][117]9116
Right inside linebackerLawrence Timmons12/5/2010 – presentPittsburgh101[7][118]10111

Defensive backs

Ronde Barber, the all-time leader in consecutive starts by an NFL defensive back.
PositionPlayerPeriodTeamsConsecutive startsPlayoffsTotal
Defensive backRonde Barber11/21/1999 – 12/30/2012Tampa Bay215[23][24]9224
CornerbackRonde Barber11/21/1999 – 9/9/2012Tampa Bay200[23][119]9209
SafetyWillie Wood9/17/1961 – 12/19/1971Green Bay154[120][121][122]9163
Strong SafetyBill Thompson9/16/1973 – 12/20/1981Denver134[123][124]5139
Free SafetyDarryl Williams10/11/1992 – 12/27/1998Cincinnati; Seattle108[125][126]0108

Special teams

Ethan Albright, the all-time leader in consecutive games played by an NFL long snapper.
PositionPlayerPeriodTeamsConsecutive gamesPlayoffsTotal
PunterJeff Feagles9/4/1988 – 1/3/2010New England; Philadelphia; Arizona; Seattle; NY Giants352[6][52]11363
KickerMorten Andersen10/25/1987 – 12/15/2002New Orleans; Atlanta; NY Giants; Kansas City248[56][57]8256
Long snapperEthan Albright9/1/1996 – 1/3/2010Buffalo; Washington224[82][83]6230
Kick/Punt returnerCarl Roaches9/7/1980 – 12/16/1984Houston73[127][128]174

Note: Games played by special teams players such as kickers and punters are not recognized officially as starts by the NFL.[1][6][56]

See also

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