The San Francisco 49ers hold the record for most touchdowns in a single Super Bowl game. They scored 8 touchdowns in Super Bowl XXIV, drubbing the Denver Broncos 55-10.
No one has scored seven touchdowns in a single Super Bowl game.Each of these players scored three touchdowns in a single game.Roger CraigJerry RiceRicky WattersTerrell DavisJerry Rice scored eight Super Bowl touchdowns in his career.
None. Walter Payton didn't play in the 1985 Super Bowl, he played in the 1986 Super Bowl, also scoring zero touchdowns.
Steve Young with six passing TDs in a single Super Bowl.
Career Record: Emmitt Smith of the Dallas Cowboys. He has five rushing touchdowns scored over three games. Single Game Record: Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos scored three rushing touchdowns in a single game.
He threw a single touchdown to David Patten
San Francisco 49er's running back Roger Craig was the first person to score three touchdowns in Super Bowl play. He scored three touchdowns in Super Bowl XIX. His td's came on an eight yard pass, a two yard run and a 16 yard pass.
The Patriots scored 4 touchdowns in Super Bowl XLIX. They won 28-24.
The last time the San Francisco 49ers appeared in the Super Bowl was in 1995, which is Super Bowl XXIX (29). They defeated the San Diego Chargers in the single highest scoring Super Bowl by a score of 49-26 (a record total of 75 combine points). Steve Young had won his first Super Bowl as a starting quarterback after backing up for Joe Montana in 1989 and 1990. Young also won the Super Bowl MVP award after passing for a record 6 touchdowns in a single Super Bowl.
No. The fewest total touchdowns scored in a Super Bowl is 2. That was Super Bowl III where the Jets defeated the Colts 16-7.
Three touchdowns were made.