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Who was the first NFL quarterback to pass for 4000 yards in a season?


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2010-02-03 20:07:09
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Joe Namath, Jets' Quarterback, 4,007 yards in 1967

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Joe Namath of the New York Jets with 4,007 passing yards in 1967.

As of the 2008 season, that was Kerry Collins who threw for 4,073 yards in the 2002 season.

Joe Namath with 4007 passing yards for the 1967 New York Jets.

That was Kurt Warner of the St Louis Rams who threw for 4,353 yards in the 1999 regular season and was the starting QB for the Super Bowl XXXIV winners.

That was the 2005 season when he threw for 4,110 yards.

Joe Namath of the New York Jets with 4007 passing yards in 1967.

The much of 4000 yards is:3.6576

That was Kurt Warner of the 1999 St. Louis Rams who threw for 4,353 yards and was the starting QB on the Rams Super Bowl XXXIV team that defeated the Tennessee Titans, 23-16.

Yes, he has. Tony Romo threw for over 4,000 yards in a season four times (2007, 2009, 2011, 2012).

Yes, he had the most dominant season we have seen in college football in years. He threw for 2700 yards and 30 touchdowns with a 60% completion percentage. He also ran for over 1500 and 20 touchdowns, becoming the third player ever to run for 20 and throw for 20 touchdowns in a season. (Tim Tebow was before him, then Colin Kapernick also did it the same day Cam did, just a few hours earlier.) He also became the first player in SEC history to run for 1000 yards and throw for 2000 yards in a season. Then he had the best rookie season ever, at any position, throwing for over 4000 yards, 22 touchdowns, and 60% completion percentage. The 4000 yards is a record for a rookie. He also ran for over 700 yards and 15 touchdowns, with the 15 touchdowns being a record for quarterbacks, and became the first quarterback ever to run for 700 and pass for 400 yards.

1 mile = 1760 yards, so 3 miles = 5280 yards. Therefore, 4000 yards is a shorter distance.

4000m is about 4,374 yards.

4,000 miles = 7,040,000 yards.

1 yard = 36 inches so 4000 yards = 400*36 = 14400 inches. So simple!

Area = Length * Breadth So 4000 = 80 * Breadth so that Breadth = 4000/80 = 50 yards. Then perimeter = 2*L + 2*B = 2*80 + 2*50 = 160+100 = 260 yards.

4000 ft. is bigger because 1y=3ft.

No, the longest is infinity length.

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