Ken Stabler - Biography - College Career - Career Statistics

Career Statistics

NCAA Collegiate Career Stats
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Alabama Crimson Tide
Season Passing Rushing
Comp Att Yards Pct. TD Int QB Rating Att Yards Avg TD
1965 3 11 26 27.3 0 0 47.1 61 328 5.4 1
1966 74 114 956 64.9 9 5 152.6 93 397 4.3 3
1967 103 178 1,214 57.9 9 13 117.2 111 113 1.0 5
NCAA Career Totals 180 303 2,196 59.4 18 18 152.6 265 838 3.2 9


NFL Career Statistics
Oakland Raiders
Season Passing
G Comp Att Yards YDS/G Pct. TD Long Int QB Rating
1970 3 3 7 52 17.3 28.6 0 33 1 18.5
1971 14 24 48 268 19.1 50.0 1 23 4 39.2
1972 14 44 74 524 37.4 59.5 4 22 3 82.3
1973 14 163 260 1,997 142.6 62.7 14 80 10 82.3
1974 14 178 310 2,469 176.4 57.4 26 67 12 88.3
1975 14 171 293 2,296 164.0 58.4 16 53 24 67.3
1976 12 194 291 2,737 228.1 66.7 27 88t 17 103.4
1977 12 169 294 2,176 167.4 57.5 20 44t 20 75.2
1978 16 237 406 2,944 184.0 58.4 16 49 30 63.4
1979 16 304 498 3,615 225.9 61.1 26 66t 22 82.2
Houston Oilers
1980 16 293 457 3,202 200.1 64.1 13 79t 28 68.7
1981 13 165 285 1,988 152.9 57.9 14 71t 18 69.5
New Orleans Saints
1982 8 117 189 1,343 167.9 61.9 6 48 10 71.8
1983 8 176 311 1,988 142.0 56.6 9 48 18 61.4
1984 3 33 70 339 113.0 47.1 2 29 5 41.3
NFL Career Totals 184 2,270 3,793 27,938 151.8 59.8 194 88 222 75.3

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