List of Canadian Football League records (individual)

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This is a list of Canadian Football League regular season records that are effective as of the end of the 2019 CFL season.

Contents

Italics indicate an active player.

Grey Cup championships

Won, as a player:

Grey Cup games played in:

Games

Most Games

Most Consecutive Games

Most Regular Seasons Played

Touchdowns

Most Touchdowns, career

Most Touchdowns, one season

Most Touchdowns, one game

Most Rushing Touchdowns, career

Most Rushing Touchdowns, one season

Most Rushing Touchdowns, one game

Most Receiving Touchdowns, career

Most Receiving Touchdowns, one season

Most Receiving Touchdowns, one game

Most Punt Return Touchdowns, career

Most Punt Return Touchdowns, one season

Most Punt Return Touchdowns, one game

Most Kickoff Return Touchdowns, career

Most Kickoff Return Touchdowns, one season

Most Kickoff Return Touchdowns, one game

Most Missed Field Goal Return Touchdowns, career

Most Missed Field Goal Return Touchdowns, one season

Most Missed Field Goal Return Touchdowns, one game

Most Interception Return Touchdowns, career

Most Interception Return Touchdowns, one season

Most Interception Return Touchdowns, one game

Passing

A banner hangs in the Rogers Centre to commemorate Damon Allen breaking the All-Time Pro-Football Career Passing Record in 2006. Damon Allen banner.jpg
A banner hangs in the Rogers Centre to commemorate Damon Allen breaking the All-Time Pro-Football Career Passing Record in 2006.

Most Passing Yards, career

Most Passing Yards, one season

Most Passing Yards, one game [2]

Most Passing Yards per game, career (minimum 1000 attempts)

Most Passing Yards per game, one season

Most Pass Attempts, career

Most Pass Attempts, one season

Most Pass Attempts, one game

Most Pass Completions, career

Most Pass Completions, one season

Most Pass Completions, one game

Most consecutive Pass Completions, one game

Most Passing Touchdowns, career

Most Passing Touchdowns, one season

Most Passing Touchdowns, one game

Most consecutive regular season games with a Touchdown Pass

Most Passing Interceptions, career

Highest Pass Completion Percentage, career (minimum 1000 attempts)

Highest Pass Completion Percentage, one season (minimum 250 attempts)

Highest Pass Completion Percentage, one game (minimum 20 attempts)

Highest Passer Efficiency Rating, career (minimum 1000 attempts)

Highest Passer Efficiency Rating, one season (minimum 250 attempts)

Best TD to INT Ratio, one season (minimum 20 TD's)

Lowest Interception Rate, one season (minimum 250 attempts)

Highest Touchdown Rate, one season (minimum 250 attempts)

Receiving

Most Receiving Yards, career

Most Receiving Yards, one season

Most Receiving Yards, one game

Most Receiving Yards, Grey Cup games(1952-2018) [6]

Highest Yards Per Catch Average, one season

Most Pass Receptions, career

Most Pass Receptions, one season

Most Pass Receptions, one game

Most 1000+ Pass Receiving Yard Seasons, career

Rushing

Most Rushing Yards, career

Most Rushing Yards, one season

Most Rushing Yards, by a Canadian, one season(all 1000 yard rushers included)

Most Rushing Yards, by a quarterback, one season

Most Rushing Yards, one game

Most Rush Attempts, career

Most Rush Attempts, one season

Most Rush Attempts, one game

Most 1000+ Rushing Yard Seasons, career

Most 100+ Rushing Yard Games, career

Most 100+ Rushing Yard Games, season

Most Rushing Yards, Grey Cup games(1952-2018) [7]

Yards from Scrimmage

Most Yards from Scrimmage, career

Most Yards from Scrimmage, one season

Most Yards from Scrimmage, one game

Interceptions

Most Interceptions, career

Most Interceptions, one season

Most Interceptions, one game

Most Interception Return Yards, career

Most Interception Return Yards, one season

Most Interception Return Yards, one game

Longest Interception Return

Quarterback sacks

Most Quarterback Sacks, career

Most Quarterback Sacks, one season

Most Quarterback Sacks, one game

Tackles (recorded since 1987)

Most Defensive Tackles, career

Most Defensive Tackles, one season

Most Defensive Tackles, one game

Most Defensive Tackles, Grey Cup games(1952-2018) [8]

Most Tackles for a Loss, one game

Most Special Teams Tackles, career

Most Special Teams Tackles, one season

Most Special Teams Tackles, one game

Blocked Kicks

Most Blocked Kicks, career

Most Blocked Kicks, one season

Most Blocked Kicks, one game

Punting

Most Punting Yards, career

Most Punting Yards, one season

Most Punting Yards, one game

Most Punts, career

Most Punts, one season

Most Punts, one game

Highest Punting Average, career (minimum 500 attempts)

Highest Punting Average, season

Highest Punting Average, one game (Min. 4 Punts)

Longest Punt

Field Goals

Most Field Goals, career

Most Field Goals, season

Most Field Goals, game

Highest Field Goal Accuracy, career (minimum 100 attempts)

Highest Field Goal Accuracy, season (minimum 30 attempts)

Longest Field Goal

Consecutive Field Goals

Punt Returns

Most Punt Returns, career

Most Punt Returns, one season

Most Punt Returns, one game

Most Punt Return Yards, career

Most Punt Return Yards, one season

Most Punt Return Yards, one game

Longest Punt Return

Kick Returns

Most Kickoff Returns, career

Most Kickoff Returns, one season

Most Kickoff Returns, one game

Most Kickoff Return Yards, career

Most Kickoff Return Yards, one season

Most Kickoff Return Yards, one game

Longest Kickoff Return

Missed Field Goal Returns

Most Missed Field Goal Return Yards, season

Longest Missed Field Goal Return

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