The Baltimore Ravens are one of the NFL’s youngest brands with a team history that began in 1996. Only five quarterbacks have played more than 16 games for the Ravens. They comprise the Baltimore Ravens’ all-time passing yards leaders.
5. Tony Banks: 3,714 yards
The Ravens’ quarterback during the first-half of their Super Bowl year, Tony Banks ranks fifth among the Baltimore Ravens’ all-time passing yards leaders. Banks started 18 games for the Ravens, throwing for 25 touchdowns and 16 interceptions. He tallied 2,136 passing yards in 1999, though his best years came during his early career with the Rams when he threw for more than 2,500 yards per season.
4. Steve McNair: 4,163 yards
Former MVP quarterback Steve McNair finished his NFL career in Baltimore and became one of the Ravens’ all-time passing yards leaders. McNair spent two seasons in Baltimore and crossed the career 30,000 yard mark in a Ravens’ uniform. With the Ravens, he averaged 189.2 yards in 22 games in 2006 and 2007. The three-time Pro Bowler led Baltimore to 13 wins in 2006 with 3,050 passing yards; it was the sixth 3,000 yard season of his career.
3. Vinny Testaverde: 7,148 yards
Baltimore’s first quarterback and Pro Bowler, Vinny Testaverde ranks third on the Baltimore Ravens’ all-time passing yards leaders list. In the Ravens’ first season, Testaverde threw for 4,177 yards and 33 touchdowns, both of which remain franchise records. In addition to yardage, he holds the Ravens’ all-time passing touchdown record with 51 in 29 games. With a lengthy 21-year career, Testaverde retired in the NFL’s all-time top ten in both passing yards with 46,233 and touchdowns with 275.
2. Kyle Boller: 7,846 yards
Baltimore’s longest-tenured quarterback, Kyle Boller ranks second on the list of Baltimore Ravens’ all-time passing yards leaders. The Ravens’ 2003 first round pick played 53 games for the franchise from 2003 to 2007. Boller had his best season in 2004 with 2,559 yards as the Ravens won nine games. He threw 45 touchdown passes with Baltimore.
1. Joe Flacco: 8,716 yards*
In the 2010 season, current quarterback Joe Flacco became the Baltimore Ravens’ all-time passing yards leader. Flacco joined the Ravens in 2008 as their first round draft pick and he was immediately placed in the starting role. He threw for 2,971 yards as a rookie and followed it with 3,613 in 2009, leading his team to the playoffs in each year. Through 41 starts, Flacco has an average of 212.6 yards per game with 50 passing touchdowns against 31 interceptions.
*Indicates player is still active with the team
Baltimore Ravens Passing Career Register. Pro-Football-Reference.com