Ottawa Rough Riders all-time records and statistics

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The following is a list of Ottawa Rough Riders all-time records and statistics over their existence from 1876 to 1996.

Contents

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

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(all 1000 yard rushers included)

NOTE - In 1977 Richard Holmes played with Toronto and rushed for 151 years with that team.

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 (since 1987, Def and ST Tackles since 1991)

Most Total Tackles – Season

Most Defensive Tackles – Season

Most Defensive Tackles – Game

Most Special Team Tackles – Career

Most Special Team Tackles – Season

Quarterback sacks (since 1981)

Most Sacks – Career

Most Sacks – Season

Most Sacks – Game

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References

Total football stats Ottawa Rough Riders
Ottawa Rough Riders Records
CFL Record Book 2009
CFL website