Tevin Coleman had quite an afternoon on Sunday.
The former Indiana running back has been dominant in the Atlanta Falcons’ dismantling of the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday afternoon, which included two huge runs in the game. Hs most impressive effort came midway in the third quarter, essentially sealing a victory
Coleman shed a few tackles and exploded past the entire Arizona defense on his way to a 43-yard touchdown run. The score gave the Falcons a 33-7 lead in the third quarter.
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By the fourth quarter, Coleman had 144 yards and a score on just nine carries. Not a bad outing for the former Hoosier.
This season, Coleman has rushed for 559 yards and two touchdowns for the Falcons. He’s also hauled in 31 receptions for 267 yards and five more touchdowns.
Atlanta is 4-9 on the season.