If the Arizona Cardinals-Chicago Bears game is any indication, there will be a touchdown every 13 seconds this week.
Chances are that pace won’t hold up, but Cardinals running back/return man David Johnson kicked Week 2 off with a bang Sunday by taking the Bears’ opening kickoff 108 yards for a touchdown.
That’s a pretty good way to start the game if you’re Arizona. Chicago? Not so much.
Johnson’s touchdown scamper was the longest play in Cardinals history and second-longest kickoff return in NFL history, behind only Cordarrelle Patterson’s 109-yard return for the Minnesota Vikings in 2013.
Thumbnail photo via Matt Kartozian/USA TODAY Sports Images
Thumbnail photo via Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson (31) carries the ball on a 55 yard touchdown run in the second half against the New Orleans Saints at University of Phoenix Stadium.
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