Found November 01, 2013 on Read And React:
In case you missed it last night, Bengals rookie sensation Giovani Bernard scored the most impressive TD run of the year, with his remarkable Barry Sanders-esque 35-yard scamper. On the play, Bernard took the pitch from Andy Dalton, then reversed field after being seemingly trapped by two defenders in the backfield, and somehow evaded everyone in a Dolphins uniform on his way to the endzone. It was pretty incredible, and is worth watching over and over, in glorious GIF format: (via @gfidsports) Here’s the video of the play, and below is another GIF, from a different angle: (via @cjzero) And speaking of Tecmo Bowl, the folks at NFL.com have already re-created Bernard’s run on our favorite video game of all time, for your viewing pleasure.
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