"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
Sorry Babe, but your record was broken. Tom Brady threw 50 touchdown passes in 2007. == == Babe Parilli with 31
Who threw the first NFL touchdown pass
He threw a single touchdown to David Patten
Eli Manning threw his 100th touchdown pass on Sunday, September 20, 2009. It was caught by Mario Manningham against the Dallas Cowboys.
Joe never threw a touchdown pass in the Super Bowl. In his one Super Bowl appearance, Super Bowl III for the Jets against the Colts, the Jets only touchdown was scored by Matt Snell on a 4 yard run in the second quarter.
I do believe Arnold threw any touchdown passes during his time at OSU.
Tom Brady threw the most touchdown passes in one season, connecting with 50 during the 2007 NFL season.
The New England Patriots starting quarterback in Superbowl XX was Tony Eason. Eason managed to go 0-6 in pass attempts and was benched. he was replaced by quarterback Steve Grogan. Grogan went 17/30, and threw for 177 yards, 1 touchdown, 2 interceptions.
Tom Brady of the New England Patriots- 2010 NFL Season He threw 36 touchdowns and 4 interceptions over 16 games for a record 9:1 touchdown/interception ratio.
Jake Delhomme and Muhsin Muhammad an 85-yard touchdown
i dont know but Tom Brady threw 5 TD passes in the 2nd quarter against the Titans in today's game, i know this doesn't answer your question but whoever did it isn't the only one anymore.
The opposite of threw (to throw) is caught (to catch).
In 2010, Michael Vick threw 21 touchdown passes.
1) LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego Chargers - threw a 4 yard TD pass, ran for a 7 yard TD, and caught a 35 yard TD pass in the Chargers 27-14 win over the Oakland Raiders on October 16, 2005. 2) David Patten, New England Patriots - threw a 60 yard TD pass, ran for a 29 yard TD, and caught passes of 91 and 6 yards for a TD in the Patriots 38-17 win over the Indianapolis Colts on October 21, 2001. 3) Walter Payton, Chicago Bears - threw a 54 yard TD pass, ran for a 2 yard TD, and caught a 2 yard TD pass in the Bears 30-27 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on October 21, 1979. 4) Harmon Wages, Atlanta Falcons - threw a 16 yard TD pass, ran for a 66 yard TD, and caught an 88 yard TD pass in the Falcons 45-17 win over the New Orleans Saints on December 7, 1969. 5) Dan Reeves, Dallas Cowboys - threw a 45 yard TD pass, ran for a 1 yard TD, and caught a 5 yard TD pass in the Cowboys 38-17 win over the Philadelphia Eagles on December 10, 1967. 6) Keith Lincoln, San Diego Chargers - threw a 34 yard TD, ran for a 6 and 1 yard TD, and caught a 66 yard TD pass in the Chargers 35-21 win over the Denver Broncos on November 7, 1965. 7) John Henry Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers - threw a 15 yard TD pass, ran for an 87 yard TD, and caught a 7 yard TD pass in the Steelers 27-21 win over the Philadelphia Eagles on December 11, 1960.
Joe Montana of the 1989 San Francisco 49ers threw a 77 yard touchdown pass.
The first touchdown thrown in Super Bowl 44 was thrown by Peyton Manning to Pierre Garcon in the first quarter.
He threw 12 touchdowns in 2008.