LaDainian Tomlinson of the San Diego Chargers with 9 consecutive seasons (2001-2009) of 10+ rushing TDs per season.
Notable rookie years - Gale Sayers scoring 14 rushing touchdowns and catching six touchdown passes in 1965. Randy Moss with 1,313 receiving yards and 17 touchdowns (season high for the league) in 1998. Earl Campbell's 1,450 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns in 1978. Tony Dorsett with 1,007 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns in 1977. Curtis Martin with 1,487 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns in 1995.
Scoring 5 touchdowns in a game means nothing. People who have scored no touchdowns in a game have gone to college.
#44 for the Dallas Cowboys in 1994 was Lincoln Coleman. He played Running Back in 11 games during that season, scoring 1 rushing touchdown, caught 8 receptions for a total of 46 yards, and had 180 yards rushing.
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Click on the 'NFL Scoring Leaders by Season' and 'NFL Touchdown Leaders by Season' links below to see the players that led the NFL in scoring and touchdowns in each NFL season.
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None. Walter Payton didn't play in the 1985 Super Bowl, he played in the 1986 Super Bowl, also scoring zero touchdowns.
that's easy, because of all the hard hitting and scoring all those touchdowns
Bob McGill holds the Maple Leafs record for most consecutive games without scoring a goal. McGill went goaless in 198 consecutive games from November 6, 1981 to December 10, 1985.