CINCINNATI — Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay scored a 65-yard touchdown run in the third quarter against the Bengals on Sunday.
It was his second touchdown of the day and extended the Broncos lead to 21-3 at the time. The Broncos would go on to win the game 24-10 to give Denver their third straight victory.
The touchdown was Lindsay’s second 50+ yard touchdown this season, tying for third most in the NFL among all players this season. The 65-yarder was Lindsay’s longest touchdown run of his career.
Lindsay finished the game with 19 carries for 157 yards and two touchdowns.
Same result.@I_CU_boy really is unstoppable.
— NFL (@NFL) December 2, 2018
Lindsay made more Broncos and NFL history on Sunday.
He became just the fourth undrafted rookie since 1970 to record at least 1,000+ scrimmage yards in a single season.