Thursday, November 26, 2015

Touchdown Leaders

Players that have led the Eagles in TDs during the Andy Reid era.

Touchdown Leaders

The Eagles´ Jeremy Maclin catches a Nick Foles touchdown pass during the 1st quarter. (David Maialetti/Staff Photographer)
The Eagles' Jeremy Maclin catches a Nick Foles touchdown pass during the 1st quarter. (David Maialetti/Staff Photographer)

If Jeremy Maclin (6 so far) or LeSean McCoy (5) finishes with the most touchdowns on the Eagles in 2012, he would become only the second player to lead the Eagles outright in TDs for more than one season under Andy Reid. The year-by-year leaders (*tied for team lead):

 Year  Player  TD  
 1999    Duce Staley    6
 2000  Charles Johnson    7
 2001  James Thrash    8
 Duce Staley
 James Thrash
 2003  Brian Westbrook    13
 2004  Terrell Owens  14
 2005  Brian Westbrook    7
 2006  Brian Westbrook  11
 2007  Brian Westbrook  12
 2008  Brian Westbrook  14
 2009  DeSean Jackson  12
 2010  Jeremy Maclin  10
 2011  LeSean McCoy  20
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