The highest score by one team in NFL history was 72 points, logged by the Washington Redskins on Nov. 27, 1966. In the game, A.D. Whitfield made three touchdowns and Brig Owens and Charley Taylor pulled down two each.
Also significant, the largest comeback to win in NFL history was San Francisco over New Orleans by 38 to 35 on Dec. 7, 1980. San Francisco came from 28 points behind to win with a field goal in overtime that topped off a 28-point uncontested run in the second half of the game.
The most total points in a season from a single individual was LaDainian Tomlinson in 2006 with 186 total points from 31 touchdowns.