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Dave Krieg
#17 | Quarterback | Tennessee Titans | Roster

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Career Notes

Signed by the Chicago Bears on May 21, 1996... Dave had another consistent season, although he only started 12 games he completed 226 passes for 2, 278 yards and 14 TD's... More importantly he got his interceptions down to 12, ran the ball better eventually scoring a touchdown and limited his all-time record holding 150 career fumbles.

Signed by the Arizona Cardinals as a free agent on March 12... Dave did not disappoint as he threw for a new career high in completions with 304... he also totaled 3,554 yards through the air and had 16 touchdowns... dave started all 16 regular season games and increased his all-time record to 98-77 which was aided by his four 300-yard passing games in '95.

Signed by the Detroit Lions as a free agent on April 26 ... Re-energized the Lions offensive to a late-season surge posting a 5-2 record over the last two months of the season to earn a playoff spot ... Took over as starting QB when Scott Mitchell injured his hand on Nov. 6 ... Had a string of 122 pass attempts without an interception ... Completed 17 of 35 passes for 199 yards and one TD in the first-round playoff loss to the Green Bay Packers ... Down 16-12 in the game, Krieg marched the team within scoring range with less than two minutes remaining, but an apparent fourth-down, game-winning TD pass to Herman Moore was ruled incomplete.

With the addition of Joe Montana, Krieg only saw action in 12 games, posting a 3-2 record as starter ... Completed 105 of 189 attempts for 1,238 yards and 7 TDs.

Signed by the Kansas City Chiefs as a free agent on March 19 ... Started all 16 games for the Chiefs ... The only NFL QB to take every snap for his team during the season ... Connected on 230 of 413 attempts (55.7%) for 3,115 yards and 15 TDs ... The only QB in the NFL to throw three TD passes of 70 yards or more.

Saw action in only 10 games during the season after breaking his thumb in the season opener on Sept. 1 at New England ... Out of action for the next six weeks ... Set the club's all-time completion percentage record by completing 65.6% of his passes ... Ranked fourth in the AFC with a 82.5 QB rating.

Set club records with his fourth 3,000-yard season and 10th 300-yard passing game ... Only NFL QB to take every snap for the season ... Brought the Seahawks back to win in the fourth quarter four games during the season ... Completed a 25-yard TD pass to Paul Skansi as the game's final gun sounded to win 17-16 on Nov. 11 at KC.

His 286 completions broke his own single-season team record ... Passed Jim Zorn (20,122) as the team's all-time passing yardage leader with his 3,309 season yards to total 20,858 yards ... Passed for 21 TDs ... Connected with Steve Largent for a 10-yard TD to give Largent 100 for his career, breaking the NFL record of 99 he shared with Don Hutson on Dec. 10 at Cincinnati ... Appeared in his third All Pro game.

Set a team record, and finished second in the league, with his 94.6 QB rating ... 7.9% TD efficiency led the NFL ... Made his second Pro Bowl appearance ... Separated shoulder on Sept. 18 at San Diego which resulted in missing action for the next six games ... Marked the first time in his career he was placed on the IR ... Activated from IR on Nov. 12 ... Picked apart the LA Raiders defensive backfield for 410 yards and four TD to lead the Seahawks to their first division title in a 43-37 win on Dec. 18 at the LA Coliseum.

Began the season by setting the Seahawks team record with his 108th TD pass on Sept. 13 at Denver ... Guided the Seahawks to a 9-6 record and a playoff berth ... Played the role of spoiler in Walter Payton's last regular-season game at Solider Field with 214 yards and two TDs in the Seahawks 34-21 win on Dec. 20.

Ranked second in the AFC and third in the league with a 91.0 QB rating with 225 completions in 375 attempts for 2,921 yards and 21 TD's ... Ended the season with 66 consecutive pass attempts without an interception ... Awarded AFC player-of-the-month for December by guiding the Hawks to a 3-0 record.

Had an outstanding season for the second straight year ... Set a season club-record with 532 attempts and 285 completions ... Passed for 27 TDs, which tied him for second in the league ... Sacked a team record 52 times ... His 3,602 yards passing are his career-high.

Concluded his first full season as a starter by leading the Seahawks into the playoffs for the second consecutive year ... Set team records with 3,671 yards passing and 32 TDs, the latter the seventh-best total in NFL history ... Ranked fourth in the league in passing yards and second in TD passes ... Earned his first Pro-Bowl berth ... Threw at least one TD in all 16 games.

Took the reins from Jim Zorn in the ninth game of the season and posted seven wins in 11 starts while guiding the Seahawks to their first playoff berth ... Finished second in the AFC with a club-record 95.0 QB rating ... 60.5 completion percentage set a team record as he connected on 50% or more of his passes in every game.

A strike-shortened season mirrored his injury-shortened season ... Opened the season as the starter and completed 37 of 60 attempts for 359 yards and a TD ... Suffered a thumb injury on Sept. 19 at Houston which sent him to the injured reserve list until the end of the season.

Played in seven games with three starting roles after Jim Zorn suffered a broken ankle ... Completed 64 of 112 attempts for 843 yards and seven TDs ... In his first NFL start, he passed for two TDs and and ran for another, highlighted by a 57-yard TD pass to Steve Largent for the game-winning points in the Seahawks 27-23 win on Dec. 6 vs. NY Jets.

Signed by the Seattle Seahawks as a free agent on May 6 ... Played in only one game and attempted two passes.

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