If it wasn’t for Kareem Hunt, Leonard Fournette would just about have the Rookie of the Year award on lock one third of the way through the NFL season.
The Jaguars No. 4 overall selection in this year’s draft racked up 184 yards on 28 rushes and one catch, scoring twice in a win over the Steelers Sunday.
On one of those scores, a 90-yard run, Fournette clocked in at a top speed of 22.05 mph, the fastest recorded speed for a ball carrier all season. Keep in mind this is a 230lb. running back.
— Chris Wesseling (@ChrisWesseling) October 9, 2017
Here’s the run:
Leonard Fournette with a 90-yard touchdown run, the longest in #Jaguars regular season history!
— Big Cat Country (@BigCatCountry) October 8, 2017