Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson passed 100 yards from scrimmage in the final minute of Saturday's 34-31 win over the Seattle Seahawks, giving him his 15th consecutive 100-yard game, tied with Barry Sanders for the longest streak in NFL history. The record-tying play happened with 55 seconds left in the game and the score tied at 31. Johnson took a pass from quarterback Carson Palmer 13 yards to surpass the century mark. Coach Bruce Arians was aware of where Johnson stood as he closed in on 100. Johnson began the drive after Seattle pulled within 31-25 with 2:44 left in game. He needed 4 yards, but a 2-yard loss pushed him back to 94 yards on the day. Incomplete passes to Larry Fitzgerald and then to Johnson forced Arizona to punt. But when Arizona got the ball back with 1 minute left, tied at 31, Johnson didn't waste time tying Sanders.
David Johnson ties Barry Sanders with 15th straight 100-yard game
ESPN | Dec 25