NFC Championship Records

Updated: January 20, 2013, 7:35 PM ET
Associated Press

(Year represents the season)

SCORING

Most Points -- 19, Paul Hornung, Green Bay vs. New York, 1961.

Most Touchdowns -- 3, Otto Graham, Cleveland vs. Detroit, 1954; Gary Collins, Cleveland vs. Baltimore, 1964; Tom Matte, Baltimore vs. Cleveland, 1968; Preston Pearson, Dallas vs. Los Angeles, 1975; Emmitt Smith, Dallas vs. Green Bay, 1995; Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona vs. Philadelphia, 2008; Adrian Peterson, Minnesota vs. New Orleans, 2009.

Most Field Goals -- 5, Matt Bahr, New York vs. San Francisco, 1990.

Longest Field Goal -- 52, Lou Groza, Cleveland vs. Los Angeles, 1951.

Most Points After Touchdown -- 8, Lou Groza, Cleveland vs. Detroit, 1954; Jim Martin, Detroit vs. Cleveland, 1957.

RUSHING

Most Attempts -- 36, John Riggins (twice), Washington vs. Dallas, 1982; Washington vs. San Francisco, 1983.

Most Yards Gained -- 196, Steve Van Buren, Philadelphia vs. Los Angeles, 1949.

PASSING

Most Attempts -- 53, Troy Aikman, Dallas vs. San Francisco, 1994.

Most Completions -- 32, Eli Manning, N.Y. Giants vs. San Francisco, 2011 (OT); 30, Troy Aikman, Dallas vs. San Francisco, 1994 and Matt Ryan, Atlanta vs. San Francisco, 2012 (regulation).

Most Yards Gained -- 396, Matt Ryan, Atlanta vs. San Francisco, 2012.

Most Touchdowns -- 5, Sid Luckman, Chicago Bears vs. Washington, 1943; Kerry Collins, N.Y. Giants vs. Minnesota, 2000.

RECEIVING

Most Receptions -- 12, Raymond Berry, Baltimore vs. New York, 1958; Michael Irvin, Dallas vs. San Francisco, 1994.

Most Yards -- 192, Michael Irvin, Dallas vs. San Francisco, 1994.

Most Touchdowns -- 3, Gary Collins, Cleveland vs. Baltimore, 1964; Preston Pearson, Dallas vs. Los Angeles, 1975; Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona vs. Philadelphia, 2008.

INTERCEPTIONS

Most -- 3, Joe Laws, Green Bay vs. New York, 1944; Ricky Manning, Carolina vs. Philadelphia, 2004.

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