Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes says he can throw ball '100 yards' in Mexico City. Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was quoted on "Pardon My Take" saying that he can throw the football 100 yards in Mexico City.
The first quarterback to hit the 6,000 yard mark was Dan Marino, who did it in 1984. In one of the greatest seasons in NFL history, the second-year QB led the Dolphins to the Super Bowl in a year where he threw for 6,085 yards and 56 touchdowns.
During the Quarterback Challenge of 1997, Brett Favre was able to throw the ball at an astonishing distance of 75 yards. After Randall Cunningham, he holds the record for the longest football throw in NFL.
Guy "Dr DisRespect" shuts down doubters once and for all after making an incredible 70 yards throw at the San Francisco 49ers' training ground earlier this month. Before visiting their facilities, the 40-year-old YouTuber made a bet with fellow streamer Timothy "TimTheTatman" over his chances.
How far was Tom Brady's longest throw? The furthest throw recorded, was a Hail Mary pass, with 20 seconds left to go in the game, in the ill-fated 2007 Super Bowl loss to the Giants..... That pass was approximately 66.7 yards long.
What we do know is that Vick's arm strength is feared by all opposing coaches and defenses. Take head coach Gary Kubiak's word for it in his SI.com interview: "Anything over 50 yards is rare in a game, but I did see film of Vick throwing a ball 75 yards.
How far can the average high school QB throw a football?
I think for HS 40-50 in pads and 50 over for college. I have only seen a couple HS QBs that could throw over 55. Even fewer over 60, farthest would probably be about seventy yards for college. I could probably throw 45 in high school without pads and about 40 with pads.
In fact, that 2.17-second average release is the fastest recorded by any quarterback in any game during the 2021 regular season or postseason. As it happens, the NGS defines "quick passes" as ones released in 2.50 seconds or less, which is exactly Brady's average this year.
Heck, it's so good that Matthew Stafford can even throw it 100 yards. On Instagram, Stafford posted a video of himself chucking the “new” ball all the way across a field, poking fun at all those concerned about his elbow. “Elbow's feeling good,” he wrote in the caption of the very obviously CGI video.
The NFL has a microchip in every football for tracking through its Next Gen Stats, and those stats showed that the pass Allen threw to Davis traveled 69.3 yards in the air. That made it the farthest distance a thrown football has traveled in an NFL game in six seasons.
What is the farthest a human can throw a football?
Seems to be about 75–80 yards or so. There have been a few past NFL QB's who have thrown this far in practice games, when they are just fooling around and they rear back and let it rip. I saw John Elway throw a pass for 70 yards when he was in college at Stanford.