4. Phillip Lindsay
How Phillip Lindsay manages to gain so many yards after contact is beyond reasonable explanation at this point.
Especially on touchdown runs like this:
Lindsay’s game against the Cardinals included some magnificent runs, but none more impressive than that 28-yard score late in the third quarter that put the Broncos up 42-10.
Lindsay had 15 touches in this game (14 rushes, one reception) and 96 total yards of offense. His one reception was a screen play that went for a key first down on the Broncos’ 15-play touchdown drive earlier in the third quarter.
Averaging over six yards per carry, Lindsay had some carries that went for loss or no gain at the end of the game as the Broncos simply tried to eat up clock and Arizona stacked the box.
He was extremely impressive in this victory.