Bears utility man Cordarrelle Patterson truly can do it all, and he showed that during Sunday’s game against the Saints.
Patterson fielded what looked to be a routine kickoff during the game, and it appeared as if he would get back to the 25 or 30-yard line, which would’ve made for a solid return.
However, he did much better.
Patterson burst through the middle of the field and used a few swift cuts to buy space in his running lane. He then made a nice cut to make one would-be tackler miss, and was then off to the races, eventually finding the end zone for an insane 102-yard touchdown.
The kickoff return touchdown for Patterson was the seventh of his career, and it was impressive.