The Dallas Cowboys are an American football team based in the Dallas–Fort Worth area. The Cowboys are a part of the National Football League’s National Football Conference East division.
Most Touchdowns In The Team’s History.
The chart lists the Dallas Cowboys players who have scored the most touchdowns in franchise history. With 164 touchdowns, Emmitt Smith leads the Dallas Cowboys in career touchdowns.
Emmitt James Smith III, a retired American football running back who spent 15 seasons in the National Football League (NFL), predominantly with the Dallas Cowboys, was born on May 15, 1969. He is the league’s all-time leading rusher, among other honors.
On October 27, 2002, Smith broke Walter Payton’s record of 18,355 career running yards. With 164 career rushing touchdowns, he is second only to Jerry Rice (208 total touchdowns) among all running backs.
He has a total of 21,564 yards from scrimmage after combining his rushing yards, receiving yards (3,224), and fumble return yards (-15), making him one of only four players in NFL history to do it. Jerry Rice, Brian Mitchell, and Walter Payton are the other members of the team.)
He has 4,409 career rushing attempts, is the first player in NFL history to have three seasons with 19 or more touchdowns and holds the records for most games in a season with a touchdown (15) and most games in a season with a rushing touchdown (15), both of which he set in 1995.