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I’m going for that first down, getting out, and I’ve got four more downs to get a touchdown.
Aaron Jones of the Green Bay Packers and Chris Carson of the Seattle Seahawks have been considered the top free agent running backs, but after Fournette was a force in the Super Bowl with 89 yards and a touchdown, that may have changed.
Perhaps the most unexpected development of the Super Bowl, though, is that Kansas City does not even have a touchdown.
Brady also threw a touchdown pass to wide receiver Antonio Brown in a 21-for-29, 201-yard passing performance.
The outburst began with an 80-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Ricky Sanders and ended with an eight-yard scoring grab by tight end Clint Didier.
They used it for a touchdown against the Carolina Panthers late in the season.
They decided when one of them scored a touchdown, they’d perform a popular move from the show called the fusion dance.
He finished the season third in pass attempts of 20 or more yards, and in the win over the Packers, he connected on three long passes — including a pivotal touchdown to Scotty Miller that gave Tampa Bay a big advantage just before halftime.
The simple fact is the game has changed since Rivers entered the league and counting stats like total touchdowns and passing yards are going to look very different for players vying for Hall of Fame entry in the years to come.
He’s also fifth all-time in touchdown passes behind Brady, Brees, Peyton Manning and Favre, and one ahead of Dan Marino.

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