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Remembering One Of The Greatest Quarterback Runs In NFL History

Fifteen years and one day ago (Sorry I'm late), then Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Steve Bono made one of my favorite plays of all time.

Against the Arizona Cardinals, Bono hiked the ball, faked a handoff to the left side of the offensive line, and proceeded to run 76-yards for a wide open touchdown. At the time, it was the longest run by a quarterback in NFL history. Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kordell Stewart ran 80-yards for a touchdown the next season in 1996. You can argue whether or not Bono's run was "great" but I don't think you can argue this is a great clip.

Steve Bono is currently big timing it as a financial advisor in California.

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