AFC Championship Records

Updated: January 20, 2013, 10:20 PM ET
Associated Press

(Year represents the season)

SCORING

Most Points -- 18, Larry Csonka, Miami vs. Oakland, 1973; Kenneth Davis, Buffalo vs. Los Angeles, 1990; Thurman Thomas, Buffalo vs. Kansas City, 1993.

Most Touchdowns -- 3, Larry Csonka, Miami vs. Oakland, 1973 and Kenneth Davis, Buffalo vs. Los Angeles, 1990; Thurman Thomas, Buffalo vs. Kansas City, 1993.

Most Field Goals -- 5, Steve Christie, Buffalo vs. Miami, 1992; Adam Vinatieri, New England vs. Indianapolis, 2003.

Longest Field Goal -- 51, Pete Stoyanovich, Miami vs. Buffalo, 1992.

Most Points After Touchdown -- 6, George Blair, San Diego vs. Boston, 1963; Uwe von Schamann, Miami vs. Pittsburgh, 1984; Scott Norwood, Buffalo vs. Los Angeles, 1990.

RUSHING

Most Attempts -- 33, Thurman Thomas, Buffalo vs. Kansas City, 1993.

Most Yards Gained -- 206, Keith Lincoln, San Diego vs. Boston, 1963.

PASSING

Most Attempts -- 54, Neil O'Donnell, Pittsburgh vs. San Diego, 1994; Tom Brady, New England vs. Baltimore, 2012.

Most Completions -- 32, Neil O'Donnell, Pittsburgh vs. San Diego, 1994.

Most Yards Gained -- 421, Dan Marino, Miami vs. Pittsburgh, 1984.

Most Touchdowns -- 4, Dan Marino, Miami vs. Pittsburgh, 1984.

RECEIVING

Most Receptions -- 11 Pierre Garcon, Indianapolis vs. New York, 2009.

Most Yards -- 190, Fred Biletnikoff, Oakland vs. New York, 1968.

Most Touchdowns -- 2, Don Maynard, New York vs. Oakland, 1968; Haven Moses, Denver vs. Oakland, 1977, Dave Casper, Oakland vs. Denver, 1977; Charlie Joiner, San Diego vs. Oakland, 1980; John Stallworth, Pittsburgh vs. Miami, 1984; Mark Duper, Miami vs. Pittsburgh, 1984; Brian Brennan, Cleveland vs. Denver, 1989; James Lofton, Buffalo vs. Los Angeles, 1990; Anquan Boldin, Baltimore vs. New England, 2012.

INTERCEPTIONS

Most -- 3, A.J. Duhe, Miami vs. New York, 1982; Ty Law, New England vs. Indianapolis, 2003.


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