Rank 'Em: Single-Season Records

Created: December 16, 2009, 1:01 PM

Where does the record Chris Johnson couldn't break rank?

What are the greatest single-season records in NFL history?

Chris Johnson kept piling up yards every week for the Tennessee Titans last season, but he still came up short of Eric Dickerson's single-season rushing record. Dickerson gained 2,105 yards on the ground for the Rams in 1984, but is that mark the most prestigious in the league? What about Dan Marino's record for passing yards or Marvin Harrison's record for receptions?

Consider 10 notable single-season records and help us figure out which mean the most.

  • Tom Brady
    New England Patriots
    50 TD passes (2007)
  • Dan Marino
    Miami Dolphins
    5,084 yards (1984)
  • Peyton Manning
    Indianapolis Colts
    121.1 rating (2004)
  • Eric Dickerson
    L.A. Rams
    2,105 yards (1984)
  • LaDainian Tomlinson
    San Diego Chargers
    31 touchdowns (2006)
  • Marvin Harrison
    Indianapolis Colts
    143 receptions (2002)
  • Jerry Rice
    San Francisco 49ers
    1,848 yards (1995)
  • Randy Moss
    New England Patriots
    23 TD (2007)
  • Night Train Lane
    L.A. Rams
    14 interceptions (1952)
  • Michael Strahan
    New York Giants
    22.5 sacks (2001)