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By haonanguo on Dec 28, 2013 05:12 AM
<P>Most Interceptions in a NFL Game</P>
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<P>The following is a list of the quarterbacks who have thrown the most interceptions in a single NFL game. While the quarterback who holds the NFL record for most interceptions in a game was not a great player, a number of Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterbacks have thrown six interceptions in one game. Joe Namath and George Blanda both threw six interceptions in a game three times each. Peyton Manning, Brett Favre, Bobby Layne, and Norm Van Brocklin (who holds the NFL record for most passing yards in a game) all threw six picks in a game once each in their careers. Six interceptions in a game, though, is not enough to make this list.</P>
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<P>Quarterbacks with the Most Interceptions in a Single NFL Game</P>
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<P>Quarterback Jim Hardy holds the NFL record for most interceptions in a game with eight. Hardy threw eight interceptions in a game on September 24, 1950, while playing for the Chicago Cardinals vs the Philadelphia Eagles. As you might imagine, the Eagles crushed Chicago in the game, 45 7.</P>
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<P>Jim Hardy had a seven year NFL career as a quarterback. He was pretty bad, as he only completed 46.4% of his passes, and threw 73 interceptions vs just 54 touchdown passes. He led the NFL in picks in 1950 with 24.</P>
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<P>T 2. Steve Young Womens Jersey Parker Hall (1942) 7</P>
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<P>On November 8, 1942, Parker Hall of the Cleveland Rams threw seven interceptions in a game vs the Green Bay Packers, who won the game by a score of 30 12.</P>
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<P>T 2. Frank Sinkwich (1943) 7</P>
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<P>On October 24, 1943, Frank Sinkwich of the Detroit Lions threw seven interceptions in a game vs the Green Bay Packers. The Packers beat the Lions by a score of 27 6.</P>
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<P>T 2. Glen Dobbs (1948) 7</P>
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<P>Glen Dobbs of the Los Angeles Dons threw seven picks vs the San Francisco 49ers on December 5, 1948. Dobbs also threw for 405 yards and three touchdowns in the game, but it was not enough as the 49ers won, 38 21.</P>
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<P>T 2. Bob Waterfield (1948) 7</P>
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<P>On October 17, 1948, Bob Waterfield of the LosAngeles Rams threw seven interceptions vs the Green Bay Packers, who shut out the Rams, 17 0. Bob Waterfield was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1965.</P>
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<P>T 2. Zeke Bratkowski (1960) 7</P>
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<P>Quarterback Zeke Bratkowski of the Chicago Bears threw seven officialauthentic49ers.com/8+Steve+Young+Jersey+Cheap.html interceptions in a game vs the Baltimore Colts on October 2, 1960. The Colts clobbered the Bears, 42 7.</P>
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<P>T 2. Tommy Wade (1965) Steve Young Jersey White 7</P>
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<P>Tommy Wade of the Pittsburgh Steelers threw seven interceptions in a game vs the Philadelphia Eagles on December 12, 1965. The Eagles crushed the Steelers, 47 13.</P>
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<P>T 2. Ken Stabler (1977) 7</P>
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<P>Ken Stabler of the Oakland Raiders threw seven interceptions in a game vs the Denver Broncos on October 16, 1977. The Broncos beat the Raiders by a score of 30 7.</P>
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<P>T 2. Steve DeBerg (1986) 7</P>
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<P>Steve DeBerg of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers threw seven picks in a game vs the 49ers on September 7, 1986. The 49ers beat Tampa Bay, 31 7.</P>
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<P>T 2. Ty Detmer (2001) 7</P>
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<P>Quarterback Ty Detmer of the Detroit Lions threw seven interceptions in a game vs the Cleveland Browns on September 23, 2001. The Browns beat the Lions, 24 14. He writes primarily about the things he is passionate about sports, business, economics, weather and travel. He loves to drive and used to own a Limo compa. View profile</P>
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