12 by Steve Grogan of the 1976 New England Patriots.
Steve Grogan of the New England Patriots holds the NFL record for rushing TDs by a quarterback in a season with 12 in 1976.
Steve Grogan of the 1976 New England Patriots with 12.
Curtis Martin holds the single season rushing TD record for the Patriots. In both 1995 and 1996 Curtis Martin rushed for 14 touchdowns for the Patriots. Patriot Single Season Rushing TD Leaders: * 1995 - Curtis Martin - 14 * 1996 - Curtis Martin - 14 * 2006 - Corey Dillon - 13 * 1976 - Steve Grogan - 12 * 2001 - Antowain Smith - 12 * 2004 - Corey Dillon - 12 * 2005 - Corey Dillon - 12 * 1978 - Horace Ivory - 11 * 1983 - Tony Collins - 10
None. Steve Grogan retired after the 1990 season.
Steve Van Buren
Steve Young, 43
The quarterback with the most rushing yards in NFL history is Randall Cunningham with a total of 4,928 Yards (35 TDs). Michael Vick (Active) comes in second at 4,567 Yards (31 TDs). Steve Young is 3rd with 4,239 Yards but has the most career rushing touchdowns. (43 TDs). Also notable records include: - Michael Vick's single season QB Rushing Yards record at 1,039 Yards (8.4 Yards Per Carry). - New England Patriot Steve Grogan's single season (1976) QB Rushing Touchdown record with 12 Touchdowns. - The single game Rushing TD record at 3 TDs by many different QBs including Daunte Culpepper.
In the NFL, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady holds the record for the most passing touchdowns in a single season, with 50 touchdown passes in 2007. In NCAA college football, Brett Elliott of Linfield College (Division III) holds the single season passing touchdown record, with 61 in 2004. The NCAA Division I record is held by Colt Brennan of the University of Hawaii at Manoa, with 58 touchdown passes in 2006. Steve Grogan of the 1976 New England Patriots scored the most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in NFL history with 12.
Through the 2008 season: Career: 69 - Steve Van Buren Season: 13 - Steve Van Buren in 1945 and 1947 and Ricky Watters in 1996
Otto Graham played 10 seasons with the great Cleveland Browns teams of the 1940s and 50s. During his career Graham rushed for 44 touchdowns, the record for career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback. Second in quarterback rushing touchdowns in Steve Young.
Patriot quarterbacks 1980-1989:1980: Steve Grogan ( 12), Matt Cavanaugh (4), Tom Owen1981: Steve Grogan (7), Matt Cavanaugh (8), Tom Owen (1)1982: Steve Grogan (9), Matt Cavanaugh (3), Tom Flick - 12 Game Season1983: Steve Grogan (12), Tony Eason (4), Mike Kerrigan1984: Tony Eason (13), Steve Grogan (3), Mike Kerrigan1985: Tony Eason (10), Steve Grogan (6)1986: Tony Eason (14), Steve Grogan (2), Tom Ramsey1987: Steve Grogan (6), Tony Eason (3), Doug Flutie (1), Tom Ramsey (3), Bob Bleier (2), Todd Whitten - 15 Game Season1988: Doug Flutie (9), Steve Grogan (4) Tony Eason (2), Tom Ramsey (1)
Steve Grogan was born on 1953-07-24.
AnswerThe Quarterback with the most rushing touchdowns of all time is Otto Graham with 44 career rushing Touchdowns.Since the merger of the AFL and NFL and the creation of the "Super Bowl", Steve Young leads all quarterbacks with 43 Rushing Touchdowns.Allthough Otto Graham does have 44 career rushing touchdowns, he does not hold theNFL record. Graham's first 11 touchdowns of his career came as a member of the Cleveland Browns of the All-America Football Conference (AAFC), which played from 1946 to 1949. It was a different league all together. After the Browns joined the NFLin 1950, Graham went on to score 33 more rushing touchdowns as an NFL ClevelandBrown. The NFL DOES NOT recognize any records of the AAFC as it does the AmericanFootball League (AFL) of the 1960's. Therefore the holder of the NFL record for mostcareer rushing TD's by a quarterback is Steve Young with 43.
Steve 'Clem' Grogan was born on 1952-05-24.
The New England Patriots quarterbacks in the 1980's Number of starts in () 1980: Steve Grogan ( 12), Matt Cavanaugh (4), Tom Owen 1981: Steve Grogan (7), Matt Cavanaugh (8), Tom Owen (1) 1982: Steve Grogan (9), Matt Cavanaugh (3), Tom Flick - 12 Game Season 1983: Steve Grogan (12), Tony Eason (4), Mike Kerrigan 1984: Tony Eason (13), Steve Grogan (3), Mike Kerrigan 1985: Tony Eason (10), Steve Grogan (6) 1986: Tony Eason (14), Steve Grogan (2), Tom Ramsey 1987: Steve Grogan (6), Tony Eason (3), Doug Flutie (1), Tom Ramsey (3), Bob Bleier (2), Todd Whitten - 15 Game Season 1988: Doug Flutie (9), Steve Grogan (4) Tony Eason (2), Tom Ramsey (1) 1989: Steve Grogan (6), Marc Wilson (4), Tony Eason (3) Doug Flutie (3)
Steve Grogan became starting QB for the Patriots in the 1975 season. The starting QB for the Patriots in the 1974 season was Jim Plunkett.
Steve Largent of the Seattle Seahawks in the 1989 season.
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Steve Grogan in the 80s