Robert Griffin III sealed the win over the Minnesota Vikings in style. After the Vikings had come back to make it 31-26, and with Washington needing a conversion, he got one.
Longest touchdown runs by a QB, since 1940:
1. Kordell Stewart- 80 yards, Dec. 22, 1996 vs. Carolina
2.t. Robert Griffin III- 76 yards, Oct. 14, 2012 vs. Minnesota
2.t. Steve Bono- 76 yards, Oct. 1, 1995 vs. Arizona
That’s right, Griffin tied the immortal Steve Bono, athletic freak, for second longest touchdown run by a quarterback, ever.
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