On his team's first possession of the third quarter against the New York Jets in Week 17, Miami Dolphins running back Lamar Miller found some open space and didn't stop running until he made it into the end zone.
After the Dolphins defense forced a turnover on downs near the goal line, Miller took the ball on the next play and scored a 97-yard touchdown—virtually untouched. The third-year running back's previous career-long was 49 yards.
Miller accomplished a variety of feats on the long touchdown run:
Before this run, Miller had topped 97 rushing yards in a game just once this season.
The touchdown gave the Dolphins a 24-14 lead early in the third quarter.