With his first rushing touchdown Sunday against the Tennessee Titans, Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson tied Ricky Watters for 6th all-time in rushing touchdowns in Seahawks history. Then, with this second of the day, Carson took over sole possession of the 6th spot.
With his two scores today, @Seahawks RB @ccarson_32 passed Ricky Watters for sixth-place on Seattle’s all-time rushing touchdowns list with 23. #GoHawks— Seahawks PR (@seahawksPR) September 19, 2021
Shaun Alexander is the leader and by an insurmountable margin with 100. Lynch is second with 58 and is followed by Curt Warner (55), Chris Warren (44), Sherman Smith (28), and now Carson with 23.
Russell Wilson was tied with Carson going into the day with 21, and is now 8th on the list. Barring injury, Carson has a real shot to reach the fifth spot by the time this season is over, and if he remains a Seahawk for a few more years he also has a real shot to crack the top 3 or 4.
No one else other than Carson in the top 6 has been on the Seahawks roster for less than 7 years (Lynch 7 seasons including 2019) and Carson is currently in game 2 of his fifth season.