The Redskins finished the 2016 NFL season with 42 offensive touchdowns, 25 coming through the air and 17 being scored on the ground.
Jamison Crowder and Rob Kelley led the way with seven touchdowns, with Jordan Reed scoring six touchdowns and Chris Thompson finding the end zone five times. DeSean Jackson had four TD catches while Kirk Cousins ran it in four times. Pierre Garcon and Matt Jones did so three times.
Vernon Davis hauled in two receiving touchdowns and Mack Brown added a rushing touchdown as well.
With Garcon and Jackson exiting the team in free agency, Terrelle Pryor coming in from the Browns and another healthy year for Jordan Reed, the potential for gaudy individual numbers is very high.
On Wednesday's edition of "Countdown to Training Camp," Redskins Insider JP Finlay predicted which Redskins are most likely to lead the way in touchdowns in 2017.
5. Chris Thompson: "He was good inside the 30-yard line and in the red zone, and I think his role will grow this year. Jay Gruden really likes him. I think Chris Thompson will get into the end zone about six times."
4. Terrelle Pryor: "I think he is going to be a serious weapon for them in the red zone. He's a guy who, on just simple slant routes should be able to score, I think Kirk can hit him with those passes."
3. Rob Kelley: "He had seven touchdowns last year and he really didn't play a lot until Week 8 or so. Extrapolate that over the course of a full season, even if he starts to lose carries late in the season as his legs grow tired, I think Kelley can get into the end zone eight, nine times. He's also looked a lot better catching the ball."
2. Jamison Crowder: "The guy is a stud. I think he's going to be better than he was last year. He's really talented. He's quick and Kirk gets him the ball fast."
1. Jordan Reed: "Jamison Crowder had seven touchdowns last season and Reed only had six. But Reed only started eight games. Say he gets to 12 starts, he's going to take this thing. He's such a beast in the red zone. Linebackers can't cover him and safeties can't cover him."
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