Watch as Brandon Wilson of the Cincinnati Bengals blasted his way for a long, long touchdown against the New York Giants on Sunday.
Wilson collected the ball from two-yards deep into the end zone on the kickoff and impressively ran it back all the way for a 103 yard Bengals touchdown during Week 12 action.
He managed to take the ball out of the end zone, found a hole left by the New York defense and burst up the middle on his way to setting a Bengals team record for longest kickoff return.
At the time of the run, Cincinnati trailed the Giants 7-0. His effort tied the game with 9:50 remming in the first quarter.
At the time of reporting, New York led the Bengals 13-10 early in the third quarter.
Elsewhere today, Derrick Henry of the Tennessee Titans tallied 140 yards rushing in the first half, which is the most by any player in a for a half since Saquon Barkley in ran for 159 yards at Washington in Week 14 in 2018, according to ESPN Stats and Information.
Henry is the first player with three rushing touchdowns in the opening half of a regular-season game. He is the first to do so since Todd Gurley II on December 17, 2017 for the Rams.