6 quarterbacks are tied for the best career completion percentage by a quarterback versus the Patriots, at 100.0 percent. The first three are Ty Detmer, Tony Graziani and Troy Taylor.

highest completion percentage vs patriots by quarterback
DetmerGrazianiTaylorEasonWilsonHammondEricksonManucciMatthewsOrlovskyGaroppoloCarterSmithBrownTagovailoaJohnsonGarrardKeckinClatterbuckYoungTaggeScottMorton100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0100.087.583.381.581.180.080.078.778.676.976.575.075.075.074.073.972.772.7
NAMEGPPCTCMPATTYDSAVGYDS/GTDTD%INTINT%SCKSCKYRATE
Ty DetmerTy Detmer1100.0112525.025.01100.000.000158.3
Tony GrazianiTony Graziani1100.0111111.011.000.000.000112.5
Troy TaylorTroy Taylor1100.033124.012.000.000.01283.3
Tony EasonTony Eason2100.01166.03.000.000.00091.7
Wade WilsonWade Wilson2100.0668714.543.500.000.000118.8
Kim HammondKim Hammond1100.01144.04.000.000.083.3
Craig EricksonCraig Erickson187.57810613.3106.0112.500.000158.3
Dan ManucciDan Manucci483.3566410.716.000.000.0111.1
Shane MatthewsShane Matthews181.522272398.9239.027.400.012128.2
Dan OrlovskyDan Orlovsky181.130373539.5353.025.412.7215113.2
Jimmy GaroppoloJimmy Garoppolo180.0202527711.1277.000.028.01779.5
Virgil CarterVirgil Carter280.04510521.052.5120.000.0158.3
Alex SmithAlex Smith278.7486161610.1308.0711.500.0528147.0
Travis BrownTravis Brown178.611141198.5119.000.017.11772.3
Tua TagovailoaTua Tagovailoa176.920261455.6145.000.013.821273.4
Charley JohnsonCharley Johnson276.5131721812.8109.0317.600.0157.5
David GarrardDavid Garrard275.036483807.9190.012.124.23887.2
Val KeckinVal Keckin175.0344411.044.000.000.0110.4
Bobby ClatterbuckBobby Clatterbuck175.068425.342.000.000.086.5
Steve YoungSteve Young474.0771049739.4243.3109.643.81263118.8
Jerry TaggeJerry Tagge173.9172326711.6267.000.014.393.9
Bobby ScottBobby Scott172.7811756.875.000.000.091.1
Craig MortonCraig Morton272.7162223810.8119.029.100.0138.1
Trent DilferTrent Dilfer172.421292097.2209.013.400.017104.0
Bob LeeBob Lee172.0182526810.7268.028.000.0133.4
StatMuse has game-level data for completion percentage going back to the 1950 season.

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