Ottawa Football Clubs all-time records and statistics

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The following is a list of all-time records and statistics competed by Ottawa Football Clubs in the Canadian Football League and the preceding Interprovincial Rugby Football Union. As defined in the 2016 CFL's Facts, Figures, and Records, for historical record purposes and by the current Ottawa Redblacks' request, the Ottawa Football Clubs are considered to be a single entity since 1876 with two periods of inactivity (1997–2001 and 2006–2013). [1] Consequently, this list includes figures from the Ottawa Football Club (1876–1898), Ottawa Rough Riders (1899–1925, 1931–1996), Ottawa Senators (1926–1930), Ottawa Renegades (2002–2005), and Ottawa Redblacks (2014–present).

Contents

These figures are current to the 2019 CFL season. Single game records that occur during the 2021 CFL season are also included. Each category lists the top five players, where known, except for when the fifth place player is tied in which case all players with the same number are listed.

Games played

Most Games Played

Most Seasons Played

Scoring

Most Points – Career

Most Points – Season

Most Points – Game

Most Touchdowns – Career

Most Touchdowns – Season

Most Touchdowns – Game

Most Receiving Touchdowns – Career

Most Receiving Touchdowns – Season

Most Receiving Touchdowns – Game

Most Rushing Touchdowns – Career

Most Rushing Touchdowns – Season

Most Rushing Touchdowns – Game

Passing

Most Passing Yards – Career

Most Passing Yards – Season

Most Passing Yards – Game

Most Pass Completions – Career

Most Pass Completions – Season

Most Pass Completions – Game

Most Passing Touchdowns – Career

Most Passing Touchdowns – Season

Most Passing Touchdowns – Game

Rushing

Most Rushing Yards – Career

Most Rushing Yards – Season

Most Rushing Yards – Game

Most Rushing Attempts – Career

Most Rushing Attempts – Season

Most Rushing Attempts – Game

Longest Rush

Receiving

Most Receiving Yards – Career

Most Receiving Yards – Season

Most Receiving Yards – Game

Most Receptions – Career

Most Receptions – Season

Most Receptions – Game

Interceptions

Most Interceptions – Career

Most Interceptions – Season

Most Interceptions – Game

Most Interception Return Yards – Career

Most Interception Return Yards – Season

Most Interception Return Yards – Game

Tackles

Most Total Tackles – Season

Most Defensive Tackles – Season

Most Defensive Tackles – Game

Most Special Team Tackles – Career

Most Special Team Tackles – Season

Most Special Team Tackles – Game

Quarterback sacks (since 1981)

Most Sacks – Career

Most Sacks – Season

Most Sacks – Game

Field goals

Most Field Goals – Career

Most Field Goals – Season

Most Field Goals – Game

Highest Field Goal Accuracy – Career (minimum 75 attempts)

Highest Field Goal Accuracy – Season (minimum 30 attempts)

Longest Field Goal

Most Consecutive Field Goals

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References

  1. "CFL GUIDE & RECORD BOOK: 2016 EDITION" (PDF). cloudfront.net. p. 155. Retrieved October 29, 2017.

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