Saturday was a day to remember as the Cincinatti Bengals defeated the Arizona Cardinals 23-16.
Arizona came close to sending the game into overtime but didn’t manage to score a final touchdown to tie up the game.
Arizona could still make it to the playoffs but it looks like the Bengals won’t be sharing that same success this year.
Let’s Forget everything I just said.
Jerome Simpson completed a superman touchdown flip I have never seen before. I think it is one of the greatest touchdowns in the history of the NFL.
In the video below, Jerome Simpson front-flips over Cardinals’ LB, Daryl Washington, and lands perfectly on his feet to complete the touchdown.
Jerome Simpson’s aerial ability comes at no surprise.
He earned All-Big South honors for the 2006 Big South Conference Men’s Outdoor Track and Field Championship squad.
In the following year he made his school’s record 4×400-meter relay squad at left his mark at the Big South Championships.
Call it what you want but this is has to be my favorite touchdown ever.