What is the most unbreakable record in sports?
Dimaggio's 56 game hitting streak? Cy Young's 511 wins? Jerry Rice's 22,895 receiving yards? Wayne Gretzky's 894 goals? Oscar Robertson averaging a triple double for a season?
It is almost impossible to decide. There are too many records that people probably don't even think of when debating.
So, how does make the near impossible possible? We're going to take each of the 4 major sports: AFL/NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, take all of their records, and break them down into 3 categories: single game, single season, and career. I believe that is the easiest way to achieve a favorable result: deciding what are the most unbreakable records in sports. To qualify as unbreakable, there has to be a lone record holder. No record can have more than one person who has achieved it, and the record must be a regular season record. Elgin Baylor's 61 points in an NBA Finals game is nice, but will not qualify. We'll start with the NFL: