3. David Johnson, week 6 vs New York Jets
The Cardinals had trouble scoring in the first quarter for the first month plus in the 2016 season. Cardinals running back David Johnson put that to rest in a hurry against the New York Jets.
The Cardinals got the ball to start the game and on the first offensive play, he scurried down the left sideline dodging Jets defenders left and right, virtually untouched, for 58-yards and a touchdown.
The touchdown was the first time the Cardinals had scored a single point in the first quarter in 2016. It took all of 12 seconds in this contest.
For the game, on Monday Night Football, Johnson rushed the ball 22 times for 111-yards and three touchdowns. He also caught three passes for 27-yards on the evening.
The game featured another first for the Cardinals. Johnson became the first player in Cardinals history with multiple career games with 100 rushing yards and 3 rushing touchdowns.