Jerry Rice.4 T/d's...94-95 years.
Randy Moss set the record with his 23rd touchdown catch on December 29, 2007. Jerry Rice previously held the record with 22 touchdown receptions in a single season.
Jarett Dillard (Senior, Rice University) broke the record for career touchdown receptions this year.
Jerry Rice held the previous record of 22 touchdown receptions, however he set the record in 12 games due to a strike shortened season.
The record is held by James Wilder.......who recorded 85 receptions without a touchdown in 1984 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Among wide receivers/tight ends....... Hall of Famer Raymond Barry recorded 75 receptions without a touchdown in 1961 with the Baltimore Colts.
Andre Reed of the Buffalo Bills with 27 catches and 0 TDs.
Jerry Rice with 197 receiving touchdowns
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Randy Moss of the New England Patriots with 23 in the 2007 season.
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The NCAA record for most touchdown receptions in a single season belongs to David Kircus. In 2002, Kircus had 35 receiving touchdowns for Division II Grand Valley State.
i'mma say Andre reed
New England patriots scored 50 touchdown passes in the 07 season with Randy moss grabbing 23 of those. Also set the record for td receptions
The record for most touchdown receptions at Auburn University is held by Terry Beasley, who had a total of 29 receiving touchdowns in only 3 seasons, 1969-1971. Beasley also holds the top 2 spots for receiving touchdowns in a single season with 11 in 1970 and 12 in 1971.
Jerry Rice holds the current record of 208 touchdowns in a career spanning from 1984 - 2004.
The single-game record for touchdown receptions is 5, held by Jerry Rice who did it three separate times.
20, one of them a touchdown, against the Chicago Bears.
Bob Hayes (1965-1974) holds the career team record with 71.
1999- Randy Moss- Minnesota Vikings = 17 2010- Mike Williams- Tampa Bay Buccaneers!! =11
Jerry Rice (49'ers, Raiders) holds the career Super Bowl scoring record with 48 points. (8 TD receptions) Joe Montana (49'ers) holds the Super Bowl record for most touchdown passes, with 11.