Just a week after suffering a concussion, Robert Griffin III was back in action and looked better than ever. He gave his team the Washington Redskins the go ahead touchdown they needed with this amazing 76-yard score at the end of the game.
That run puts him tied for second spot for the longest touchdown ever ran by a quarter back:
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
The Redskins went on to win the Minnesota Vikings 38-26.