Charles Woodson's Greatness is in the Numbers

Charles Woodson was recently voted by his peers as the 64th best player in the NFL making his fourth appearance on the NFL's Top 100 List.

The future Hall of Famer has enjoyed an incredibly decorated career on the football field. Here is a quick look at his career in numbers.

Heisman Trophy Winner (1)

National Championship Winner (1)

Super Bowl XLV Champion (1)

Age (38)

Seasons in the NFL (17)

Pro Bowl Appearances (8)

Interceptions Returned for TDs (11)

Consecutive Seasons with an Interception (17)

Career Interceptions (60)

With the announcement of his retirement, we look back on the tremendous career of one of Raider Nation's most beloved and timeless icons: Charles Woodson.

As Woodson prepares to enter his 18th NFL season, here are some interesting marks that are within striking distance for the Michigan product.

  • One INT would be his 18th straight season with an INT, second all-time behind Darrell Green (19, 1983-2000)
  • Two INTs would make it 62 career for his career, tying Dick LeBeau and Davie Brown for 9th on all-time list.
  • Three INTs would equal 63 in his career, tying Darren Sharper and Ronnie Lott for 7th on all-time list.
  • Four INTs would make it 64 career picks, tying Ed Reed for 6th on all-time list, and he would have at least 4 INTs in back-to-back seasons for second time in career (2006-09).
  • Five INTs would bring his career tally to 65, tying Ken Riley for 5th on all-time list.
  • Eight INTs would make it 68 career in his career, tying Dick "Night Train" Lane for 4th on all-time list.
  • One INT-TD would give him 12 for his career, tying Rod Woodson for the all-time record.
  • Two INT-TDs would equal 13 career, passing Rod Woodson for first place on the all-time list.
  • One defensive TD would be his 14th, passing Rod Woodson and Darren Sharper for all-time record.
  • 56 INT return yards  means he would be the 10th NFL player with 1,000 career INT return yards (first to join club since Ed Reed eclipsed mark in 2008)
  • 0.5 sacks and he ties Stacy Toran (9.0) for the second most sacks amongst all Raiders defensive backs, and ties LeRoy Butler (20.5) for 7th all-time in sacks amongst defensive backs
  • 1.0 sack and Woodson ties Lawyer Milloy (21) for 6th all-time in sacks among defensive backs.
  • 2.5 sacks and he ties Mike Davis (11.0) for most sacks by a Raiders defensive back.
  • 5.0 sacks would tie Carnell Lake (25.0) for 5th all-time in sacks amongst defensive backs.
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