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# Who is the first NFL Quarterback to pass for 3000 yards in his first 3 NFL seasons?

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###### 2012-10-31 03:41:20

Jack Kemp and Frank Tripucka, 1960.

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## Related Questions

The 1960 season was the first that a quarterback threw for over 3000 yards. Three QBs did it ... John Unitas of the Baltimore Colts (3099), Frank Tripucka of the Denver Broncos (3038), and Jack Kemp of the Los Angeles Chargers (3018).

John Unitas of the 1960 Baltimore Colts with 3099. In 1960, Frank Tripucka of the Denver Broncos also broke the 3000 mark (3038) as did Jack Kemp of the Los Angeles Chargers (3024).

1760 yards is one mile, so 3000 miles = 5,280,000 yards.

There are 1760 yards in one mile. Therefore, 3000 yards is equal to 3000/1760 = 1.7045 recurring (that is, 1.70454545...) miles.

There are 3 feet in one yard. Therefore, 3000 feet is equal to 3000/3 = 1000 yards.

There are 3 feet in one yard. Therefore, 3000 feet are equal to 3000 / 3 = 1000 yards.

There are 0.9144 metres in one yard. Therefore, 3000 yards is equal to 3000 x 0.9144 = 2743.2 metres.

There are 36 inches in one yard. Therefore, 3000 yards is equal to 3000 x 36 = 108000 inches.

In the English system of measurement, one yard = three feet.3000 feet is equal to 3000/3 or 1000 yards.

1 square foot = 0.111 square yards. Therefore, 3000 square feet = 333.33 square yards

1,760 yards = 1 mile 3,000 yards = 1.705 miles (rounded)

3000 cubic yards or 81000 cubic feet. (27 ft3 per cubic yard) 40 x 25 x 3 = 3000

There are 5280 feet in a mile, and 3000 feet in 1000 yards 5280-3000=2280

1 yard = 3 feet 9000 feet = 9000/3 yards = 3000 yards

1000 yards divide by how many feet there are in a yard (3)

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