Cris Carter has recorded the most Touchdowns in the history of Vikings. He was born on  November 25, 1965. He played for Vikings from 1990 to 2001 and retired in 2002 shortly after playing for Dolphins the same year. He is still the best scorer of touchdowns in the history of the Vikings.



Cris Carter

Cris Carter

 

Cris Carter was born November 25, 1965. Carter’s best statistical season occurred in 1995, when he paired up with Moon. He hauled in 122 catches for 1,371 yards and 17 touchdown receptions, which led the NFL. For his efforts, Carter was named to the All-Pro Second Team. Under Green, the Vikings finished 8–8 and missed the playoffs for the first time in franchise history.



In 1997, Carter remained the Vikings’ primary offensive weapon. He was nominated to his sixth straight Pro Bowl after leading the NFL with 13 touchdown receptions and led the club with 89 grabs for 1069 yards. Despite having more statistically impressive seasons, Carter’s best season may have been 1997, as he impressed with one incredible catch after another week after week.

And as of October 2021, he has a total touchdown of 110, followed by Andrian Peterson with 102 touchdowns.

Check the list below.

  • Cris Carter – 110
  • Andrian Peterson – 102
  • Randy Moses – 93
  • Bill Brown – 76
  • Chuck Foreman – 75
  • Anthony Carter – 54
  • Ted Brown – 53
  • Sammy White – 50
  • Kyle Rudolph – 48
  • Adam Thielen – 45
  • Tommy Mason – 39
  • Robert Smith – 38
  • Dalvin Cook – 37
  • Dave Osborn – 36
  • Ahmad Rashad – 34
  • Jake Reed – 33
  • Stefon Diggs – 30
  • Daunte Culpepper – 29
  • Percy Harvin – 29
  • Steve Jordan
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