31, LaDainian Tomlinson
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They rank it by the amount of defensive touchdowns, sacks, interceptions, forced fumbles, touchdowns allowed, rushing yards allowed, and pass yards allowed.
In the 2011 NFL regular season, there were 1259 touchdowns scored, 745 passing, 400 rushing, 20 punt returns, 9 kickoff returns, 80 by the defense, and 5 classified as 'other'. There being 256 regular season games played in 2011, this averages out to 4.92 touchdowns per game.
Carnell "Cadillac" Williams Carnell Williams holds the record for the modern era. The all-time record is "at least" 48 rushing touchdowns by Ed Sherling from the early 1920's. The "at least" number is because Sherling played in two games that records do not exist.
2002- 1 Passing Touchdown2003- 7 Rushing TD's & 4 Receiving TD's2004- 3 Rushing TD's & 6 Receiving TD's2005- 3 Rushing TD's & 4 Receiving TD's2006- 7 Rushing TD's & 4 Receiving TD's2007- 7 Rushing TD's & 5 Receiving TD's2008- 9 Rushing TD's & 5 Receiving TD's2009- 1 Rushing TD & 1 Receiving TD
Independent variable: number of completed passes Dependent variable: number of touchdowns scored
That would depend on when the ball was lateralled to the running back. If the ball was lateralled behind the line of scrimmage, the running back would be credited with all of the yards. But if the ball was lateralled past the line of scrimmage, the quarterback would be credited with the number of yards he had gained before lateralling and the running back would be credited with the rest. Example: Ball is at the offense's 30 yard line. Offense runs an option play. The quarterback gets to the 32 yard line and laterals to the running back who gets knocked out of bounds at the 45. The play gained 15 yards. Since the quarterback lateralled the ball at the 32, and the original line of scrimmage was the 30, the quarterback would be credited with 2 yards rushing and the running back would be credited with 13 yards rushing.
The most is about 45 yards on average. The average per completion would be around 10-20 yards. I'm a football qb..
In the 2007 NFL season, the average number of passes per team per game was 33.3. In 2006, it was 32.0 and in 2005, it was 32.2.
Well Cam Newton is better than Peyton Manning because Cam Newton has more rusjing touchdowns than Peyton Manning, Cam Newton is the number 1 NFL best rushing touchdown quarterback for now allthough Peyton is older than Cam Newton Peyton just wants to keep his record as the best quarterback in passing from long distance don't you notice that Peyton dosent like to run he rather throw the ball. Well while that happens we have Cam Newton which he wants to have alot of touchdowns and complete passes. That is why I think That Cam Newton is better he's like the best QB that any team could have but you can't compare him against Eli Manning, or RG3, or Michael Vick. Cam Newton is like my favorite football player
A quarterback can wear any number from 1 to 19.
Quarterback Rudy Bukich wore number 10 for the Chicago Bears from 1963 through 1968, quarterback Bobby Douglass used it from 1970-75 and backup quarterback Peter Tom Willis wore the number from 1990-93.
Take the number of pass attempts and divide into the number of passing yards. A quarterback who threw 25 passes and had 230 passing yards in a game has an average yards per pass attempt of 9.2 for the game.
The Packers Quarterback in both the first and second was Bart Starr. His jersey number is 15.
The receiver will be credited with the number of yards gained from the line of scrimmage to the point where the player gained possession of the lateral. The quarterback will be credited with the same number of yards for his passing statistics. The player that caught the lateral will be credited with rushing yards for the number of yards from the point he gained possession of the lateral to the goal line.
Walter "Bubby" Brister
Your question makes no sense. If you mean who has the most touchdowns in a single season it is tom brady with 50 touchdowns. Tom brady is number 12.
That number is 305.