Highlights: Cordarrelle Patterson Takes Off For 67-Yard Touchdown

by Michael Drahota | Posted on Sunday, September 7th, 2014 | 0


Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson has been one of the most hyped players in the offseason thanks to his multi-faceted abilities as a receiver, rusher, and kick returner.

Today (Sun., September 7, 2014) Patterson made his presence felt often in the Vikings’ dominant 34-6 win over the St. Louis Rams. Patterson was most effective in the rushing department, rushing for this stellar 67-yard touchdown late in the third quarter (Grant Ramey on Instagram):

Patterson finished with an impressive stat line of three carries for 102 yards TD and three receptions for 26 yards. He’s added a new wrinkle to the Vikings attack, and ESPN Stats & Info confirmed that he was the first NFL player to rush for 100 yards today, and as a wide receiver, no less:

It looks like those who heaped praise upon Patterson have had their speculation confirmed. Stay tuned to TSM Plug for more from this developing talent as the season rolls on.

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