David Johnson ties Barry Sanders with 15th straight 100-yard game

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SEATTLE — Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson passed 100 yards from scrimmage in the final minute of Saturday’s 34-31 win over the Seattle Seahawks, giving him his 15th consecutive 100-yard game, tied with Barry Sanders for the longest streak in NFL history.

The record-tying play happened with 55 seconds left in the game and the score tied at 31. Johnson took a pass from quarterback Carson Palmer 13 yards to surpass the century mark.

David Johnson has another record-breaking game in Cardinals’€™ win

David Johnson was his usual spectacular self for the Cardinals, who held off a Seahawks comeback to earn a last-second victory over their rivals.

Coach Bruce Arians was aware of where Johnson stood as he closed in on 100. Johnson began the drive after Seattle pulled within 31-25 with 2:44 left in game. He needed 4 yards, but a 2-yard loss pushed him back to 94 yards on the day. Incomplete passes to Larry Fitzgerald and then to Johnson forced Arizona to

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