Brad Johnson Against Carolina in 1997, he caught his deflected pass and ran three yards for a touchdown
In 1997, when playing for the Minnesota Vikings against the Carolina Panthers, Johnson's third-and-goal pass was batted down, but it bounced right back to him. He scrambled 3 yards for a touchdown and 14-7 lead.
Tiki Barber did not throw a touchdown pass during his career.
Brad Johnson, Minn Vikes..
line backers block the quarterback to give him time to throw the ball or pass it off. the opposing team tries to get through the linebackers and tackle the quarterback before he can throw/ pass.
well he cant throw it up and catch it himself lol. but if lets say he throws but its tipped/touched by someone else then he can 4 example if he tries 2 pass but its blocked by a dfensive lineman and goes back 2 him he can its pretty rare but it happens sometimes you can watch some examples on youtube Brett Farve's first throw was to "himself", he threw it and it was tipped right back to him. Actually it happens more often then you would think. Brad Johnson is the only quarterback who has caught his own pass for a touchdown.
Dan Marino with 420 touchdown passes. Only player in the 400 pass club. Brett Favre is the only player in the 500 touchdown pass club.
I do believe Arnold threw any touchdown passes during his time at OSU.
The quarterback can only make a forward pass from behind the line of scrimmage. A lateral pass may be made from anywhere.
Eli Manning threw his 100th touchdown pass on Sunday, September 20, 2009. It was caught by Mario Manningham against the Dallas Cowboys.
Yes, as long as the quarterback doesn't pass the line of scrimmage. Once past the line of scrimmage, you cannot pass the ball forward
In Super Bowl XLV, Hines Ward scored the first Steelers touchdown. It was an eight yard pass from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
American football rules dictate that there can be only one forward pass per play. Should the quarterback throw a forward pass that is deflected by another player he may catch the ball but may not attempt another forward pass.
He threw his last touchdown to Sidney Rice on January 24, 2010 in the Conference Championship (Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints).
A sack is when the quarterback is tackled behind the line of scrimmage before he can throw a forward pass/lateral. Tackling the quarterback behind the lime of scrimmage on a running play is not considered a sack.
Who threw the first NFL touchdown pass
Bob Lee was an NFL quarterback who played in two Super Bowls and threw a touchdown pass in Super Bowl XI.
Joe Flacco against the Raiders
That would be Johnny Unitas of the Baltimore Colts with a 47-game touchdown streak between 1956 and 1960 amazingly that was back ten with only 12 or 14 game seasons(16 currently)..and it is still untouched as of 2009!