All season, Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor has been establishing himself as one of — if not the — preeminent runners in the NFL. On Sunday, he made his strongest case yet. Against a normally stout Buffalo Bills defense, Taylor rushed for 185 yards and five, yes FIVE, touchdowns. Most importantly for the Colts, they won the game and moved their record to 6-5, leaving them right in the midst of the AFC playoff picture. As for Taylor, he now leads the league in rushing yards, scrimmage yards and total touchdowns, and if he keeps playing at this level, he could very well take home the Offensive Player of the Year Award at season's end.
Which brings us to today's quiz of the day. Throughout NFL history, 124 players, including Taylor, have scored four or more touchdowns in a game one time. Only 20 of those players have done so at least twice. So with that in mind, how many of the 20 can you name in five minutes?