Cardinals rookie running back David Johnson put on a show in Arizona's 40-17 win over the Eagles, but it was one run that grabbed attention.
Late in the second quarter, Johnson took a second-down handoff and took it all the way for a 47-yard touchdown. He went through nearly the entire Eagles defense en route to the end zone.
It wasn't great tackling from Philadelphia. OK, it was terrible tackling. But Johnson channeled his inner "Beast Mode" and broke at least five tackles for the score.
The stiff-arm at the end on E.J. Biggers was definitely reminiscent of Marshawn Lynch's famed "Beast Quake" run against the Saints in 2011.
Johnson finished the game with 187 yards rushing and three touchdowns. He chose a great time to break out the run of the NFL season.
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