Monday night, NFL Hall of Famer Randy Moss took to Twitter to post a picture of himself beside a group of fellow legends. The question at hand: how many touchdowns between them all?
Well first things first, let’s go through a quick rundown of who’s who.
From left to right, this incredible crew consists of: Larry Fitzgerald, Jerry Rice, Brett Favre, Roger Staubach, TB12 and Randy Moss. Unreal.
Just 1,647 TDs … (@RandyMoss)
21 1st team all-pro
12 Super Bowl Championships 📈 pic.twitter.com/aYTABe8VsT
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) May 6, 2019
So to sum it up, we have four current Hall of Famers and two future Hall of Famers all in one picture. It doesn’t get much better than that. So let’s add up the numbers.
Brady leads the QBs with 517 TDs followed by Favre at 508 and Staubach at 153. Then there’s Rice leading the wideouts with 197 receiving TDs, followed by Moss with 156 and Fitzgerald with 116. When you throw in the rushing scores, it’s completely absurd.
Larry Fitz: 116 receiving, 1 passing
Jerry Rice: 197 receiving, 10 rushing, 1 passing
Brett Favre: 508 passing, 14 rushing
Roger Staubach: 153 passing, 20 rushing,
Tom Brady: 517 passing, 19 rushing
Randy Moss: 156 receiving, 2 passing
1,714 for a crew of all-time greats. https://t.co/At7R3kVhAp
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) May 6, 2019
These numbers barely begin to show the amount of greatness in the picture. This group also combined for 219,518 yards, 21 first team All-Pro selections, and 12 Super Bowl Championships. Not to mention, these numbers will continue to grow as Brady and Fitzgerald finish their NFL careers.