All-Time Career Interceptions Thrown Leaders

All-Time Career Interceptions Thrown Leaders


January 15, 2020
Denard Robinson (image via CBS Sports)

This is one of the all-time lists you probably don’t want to be on. But at the same time, only the best quarterbacks even get the opportunity to throw a lot of interceptions. So sometimes you have to take the bad with the good.

Hit the jump for the list.

  1. 39 – Denard Robinson (2009-2012)
  2. 37 – Chad Henne (2004-2007)
  3. 33 – Rick Leach (1975-1978)
  4. 32 – Steve Smith (1980-1983)
  5. 32 – Devin Gardner (2010-2014)
  6. 31 – Elvis Grbac (1989-1992)
  7. 30 – John Navarre (2000-2003)
  8. 22 – Jim Harbaugh (1983-1986)
  9. 21 – Stan Noskin (1957-1959)
  10. 20 – Dick Vidmer (1965-1967)
  11. 20 – Todd Collins (1991-1994)
  12. 17 – Dave Glinka (1960-1962)
  13. 17 – Dennis Brown (1966-1968)
  14. 17 – John Wangler (1976-1980)
  15. 17 – Tom Brady (1996-1999)
  16. 16 – Demetrius Brown (1987-1988)
  17. 15 – Don Moorhead (1968-1970)
  18. 15 – Brian Griese (1995-1997)
  19. 15 – Shea Patterson (2018-2019)
  20. 14 – Tate Forcier (2009-2010)
  21. 12 – Bob Timberlake (1962-1964)
  22. 12 – Dennis Franklin (1972-1974)
  23. 12 – Scott Dreisbach (1995-1998)
  24. 11 – Bob Ptacek (1956-1958)
  25. 10 – Wilton Speight (2015-2017)

4 comments

  1. GKblue
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    GKblue
    Jan 15, 2020 at 8:19 AM

    When I read your intro I thought of a non Michigan QB Brett Favre. Slinger, tough, leader, gambler and a shit ton of ints. A great QB.

    As I read this without naming names: having fun, not a passer. A lot of attempts. Baseball player. No line, panicky. And the era of “three things can happen when you throw the ball, and two of them are bad.” Winner and leader.

    As you rightfully say, “So sometimes you have to take the bad with the good.” A stand alone list of int leaders just can’t equate to their talent or success. Team game.

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    je93
    Jan 15, 2020 at 8:20 AM

    Joe Milton has a lot of potential for this list

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    brandywine
    Jan 15, 2020 at 10:32 AM

    Interceptions were a outright feature of the RR and Hoke years. While QB play under Harbaugh leaves a lot to be desired, I’m pleased that area has vastly improved.

  4. Lanknows
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    Lanknows
    Jan 15, 2020 at 11:51 AM

    Any list with Leach, Henne, and Denard at the top is probably a list you want to be on.

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