Examining The Touchdown Passes Of The Seattle Seahawks Jim Zorn

May 27, 2022 0 Comments

Jim Zorn was one of the most popular players in town during the early days of the Seattle Seahawks franchise. He was a young left handed scrambling quarterback who sometimes was one of the one or two lone bright spots during some bleak Seahawks seasons. He would team up with good friend Steve Largent though and put up some decent numbers during their time together.

Here is a look and some interesting info regarding the touchdown passes of Jim Zorn.

#1 – Two Hall Of Famers!

Jim Zorn had a long association with the great wideufabet เว็บออนไลน์อันดับ1 receiver Steve Largent. Over the course of his career, Largent is just one of two members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame that he would throw at least one touchdown pass to. The other is James Lofton who he connected with for 56 yards in a early December loss to the Miami Dolphins during Zorn’s last season in the NFL.

#2 – The Longest Of Them All

The longest touchdown pass of Jim Zorn’s NFL career went for 82 yards during the second quarter of a 42-20 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in 1977. It was caught by David Sims.

#3 – Throwing To His Best Friend

During their career together in Seattle, Jim Zorn would throw 43 touchdown passes to Steve Largent. That is more than double the amount he would throw to the second place person on the list.

#4 – Bring It On, San Diego

Zorn would throw more touchdown passes against the San Diego Chargers, a total of 15, than he would against any other team in the NFL.

#5 – The First And The Last

The first touchdown he would throw as an NFL player would happen during the first game of his rookie season. This would also be the first season in Seahawks franchise history, making it the first touchdown pass thrown in team history. It came in the third quarter of a 30-24 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals. It went for 15 yards and was caught by Sam McCullum.