Running Into History
How good was David Johnson in 2015?
This is the second time he handled the football in his professional career (his first touch was a nifty 43-yard kickoff return). One week later—on his very next touch—he broke a Cardinals’ franchise record by doing this, becoming the first player in NFL history to score a rushing touchdown, receiving touchdown and kickoff-return touchdown in his first two games. Not a bad start to a rookie season.