LaDainian Tomlinson had 28 rushing touchdowns (31 total) in 2006.
LaDainian Tomlinson led the NFL in rushing touchdowns in 2004 with 17.
San Diego Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson holds the NFL record for most touchdowns in a season with 33 in 2006. rushing - 28 receiving - 3 passing - 2
Gary Russell, 2005
Emmit Smith with 164
LaDainian Tomlinson with 31 (28 rushing, 3 receiving) in 2006.
The great Dallas Cowboys running back broke the touchdowns record for a season with his 25th score in a 1995 Christmas game at Arizona. He is now fourth on the list. In 1999, Smith set the career rushing touchdowns record, breaking Marcus Allen's previous mark of 123. Smith ended his career after the 2004 season with a record 164 rushing touchdowns.
Sherman Myers scored 6 rushing touchdowns for temple in 1979 vs Syracuse
Emmitt Smith currently holds the record for most rushing touchdowns in the Super Bowl. He scored five rushing touchdown over three Super Bowls with the Dallas Cowboys.
Emmitt Smith of the Dallas Cowboys had five.
First off its running back and Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos had the most with 2,008 and also had 21 rushing touchdowns in 1998
Marshall Faulk had 9 receiving touchdowns in 2001 for st Louis rams
164 Emmitt Smith, Dallas, 1990-2002; Arizona, 2003-04
No one. The last Dallas Cowboys running back to win a rushing title was Emmitt Smith during the 1995 season.
21 - Garrison Hearst, 1992
In the NFL, running back Billy Sims of the Detroit Lions scored the most touchdowns in the 1980 season with 16.
Chris Johnson of the Tennessee Titans.
Stephen Davis with 1318 rushing yards for the season.
Marshall Faulk with 9 receiving touchdowns
After Jamal Lewis recorded his 4th 1,000 yard+ rushing season, he became the 5th-youngest running back to achieve the feat of rushing over 5,000 yards.