Joe Flacco against the Raiders
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Mike Holston caught a 10 yard TD against the Oakland Raiders
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Who threw the first NFL touchdown pass
Zeke Mowatt caught a six yard pass from Phil Simms in the first quarter of Super Bowl XXI
The final touchdown pass thrown by Terry Bradshaw was caught by Calvin Sweeney. It was on December 10, 1983 against the New York Jets.
Harry Sydney caught a touchdown pass from Joe Montana in 1990 in a loss to the LA Rams. Harry also caught a touchdown pass from Brett Favre in 1992 in a win against the Detroit Lions.
Brad Johnson Against Carolina in 1997, he caught his deflected pass and ran three yards for a touchdown
Max McGee caught the first touchdown pass in Super Bowl I (technically the first AFL-NFL World Championship) on January 15, 1967, as the Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10. He caught 2 touchdowns in that game and a reception that set up a touchdown in Super Bowl II the following year, which marked his final season in the NFL.
Running back Rick Parros caught John Elway's first TD pass, a 33 yarder, on September 18, 1983 against the Philadelphia Eagles at Mile High Stadium in Denver.
Mark Ingram, Sr.
Brett Favre actually caught his own first pass. His first pass attempt was deflected by a defender and he caught the ball off of the deflectionFarve's first pass in a regular season NFL game was an interception that resulted in a touchdown. His career passing while a Falcon was 0 completions in 4 attempts with 2 interceptions.
Brett Favre's first TD pass went to Sterling Sharpe in the fourth quarter of a game against the Cincinnati Bengals on September 20, 1992.
Jeremy Shockey caught Eli's first touchdown pass on 11/21/2004. It was a 6 yard strike at 10:23 of the 3rd quarter. It was Eli's second game played.
Brett Favre's first touchdown was a 5 yard pass and was thrown to Sterling Sharpe in the fourth quarter of a game against the Cincinnati Bengals on September 20, 1992 see the link below for a complete list of Farves' touchdown passes
"David Patten became the first player in franchise history and only the sixth player in the NFL since 1960 to record a touchdown pass, touchdown reception and rush for a touchdown in one game (at Indianapolis, 10/21/01). He completed a 60-yard touchdown pass, caught two touchdown passes (91 and six yards) and rushed for a 29-yard score. " Text from The New England Patriots website. http://www.patriots.com/alumni/index.cfm?ac=alumnibiosdetail&bio=10273
Mark Malone caught the longest touchdown pass in Steelers history which covered 90 yards. It was thrown by Terry Bradshaw against the Seattle Seahawks on November 8, 1981.