Peyton Manning played for the Colts from 1998-2005, setting a single-season record of 49 touchdown passes in 2004.
Tom Brady set the record for most TD passes with 50 in an NFL season on December 29, 2007. Peyton Manning previously held the record for most touchdown passes in a season with 49 in 2004. Brett Favre holds the career NFL record with 508 touchdown passes.
Tom Brady set the NFL record for most touchdown passes (50) in a season on December 29, 2007. Peyton Manning previously held the record with 49 TD passes in 2004. Before that, Dan Marino held the record for 2 decades with 48 touchdown passes in a season.
He broke Dan Marinos record in 2004 with 49 tds only to have the record broken by tom brady in 2007 with 50
Yes. He broke Dan Marino's record of 48 with 49 of his own. however, Tom Brady beat Manning's record with 50 a few years later.
In the NFL, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady holds the record for the most passing touchdowns in a single season, with 50 touchdown passes in 2007. In NCAA college football, Brett Elliott of Linfield College (Division III) holds the single season passing touchdown record, with 61 in 2004. The NCAA Division I record is held by Colt Brennan of the University of Hawaii at Manoa, with 58 touchdown passes in 2006. Steve Grogan of the 1976 New England Patriots scored the most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in NFL history with 12.
His touchdown record from 1984 was broken by Peyton Manning in 2004.
49 in 2004, second to Tom Brady's 50 in 2007.
Jerry Rice holds the current record of 208 touchdowns in a career spanning from 1984 - 2004.
Hooray for Mr- Touchdown - 2004 was released on: USA: 2004 (limited)
Peyton Manning's 49 TD passes in 2004 broke the record set by Dan Marino of the Miami Dolphins who threw 48 TD passes in 1984. Manning's record was eclipsed by Tom Brady of the Patriots who threw 50 TD passes in 2007.
The starter was Daunte Culpepper and the backup was Gus Frerotte. Culpepper set a team record for TD passes in the 2004 season with 39.
Antonio Gates in 2004 with 13 Vernon Davis in 2009 with 13 Rob Gronkowski in 2011 with 13 (and counting)