The Cincinnati Bengals seemed to have Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt stopped for a short gain on a carry in the first quarter of Sunday night’s game at Arrowhead Stadium.

But the second-year back showed why he was the NFL’s leading rusher in 2017, and somehow emerged from Cincinnati’s many tackling attempts before pulling off a ridiculous hurdle move and gaining several more yards.

This is an incredible effort from Hunt (and a very poor effort from the Bengals’ defense):

After an effort like that, it’s only fair that Hunt is rewarded by getting the ball on 1st-and-goal. But this time he got it done in the passing game, and showed off nice work as a receiver to stay inbounds and reach the ball across the goal line for a Kansas City touchdown:

UPDATE: Kareem Hunt has added another touchdown reception on another great effort, and with some help from the Bengals’ poor tackling, again.


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