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Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno has falling off the map since Willis McGahee came to town back in 2011 and outplayed the former Georgia star. But after McGahee went on the injured reserve a few weeks back, Moreno has enjoyed a resurgence and showed off some serious ups in the first quarter against the Baltimore Ravens when he hurdled over Ed Reed.
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On Sunday, Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno carried the ball 22 times against Baltimore, gaining 118 yards on the ground against the Ravens defense.
In addition to his touchdown run, Moreno’s 20-yard run seen below was his most impressive carry of the afternoon
The Broncos went on to defeat the Ravens, 34-17. Moreno has rushed for 100 plus yards in back-to-back games...
Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno displayed his athleticism by hurdling right over Baltimore Ravens safety (and future NFL Hall of Famer) Ed Reed during Sunday's NFL game at M&T Bank Stadium.
As of this writing, Moreno has 13 rushes for 74 yards, including that impressive run.
H/T Big Lead.
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Knowshon Moreno just completed one of the most athletic runs we have seen all season. What started off looking like a standard run up the middle ended up being an insane hurdle over Ravens safety Ed Reed.
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