Chiefs going Refrigerator Perry on 'em RT @JeffPassan You know what's the best kind of touchdown? Fat Guy Touchdown https://t.co/L3JJZr69io— Michael Lee (@MrMichaelLee) November 22, 2015
The Kansas City Chiefs have a jumbo package with Dontari Poe at fullback that they sometimes run on short yardage but they didn't usually give the ball to Poe, who is listed at 346 pounds.
That changed on Sunday when the Chiefs went for it on fourth and goal from the 1-yard line with a heavy package that had Poe in the backfield along with two other backs. The Chiefs snapped it and quickly gave it to Poe who barreled into the end zone for the touchdown. That Poe Heavy package worked!
This also sets a new NFL record:
Dontari Poe ran for a TD. At 346 pounds, Poe surpasses Refrigerator Perry (335) as the heaviest player ever to run for a TD. (Via @pfref)— Michael David Smith (@MichaelDavSmith) November 22, 2015
Unfortunately for the Chiefs, Cairo Santos missed the extra point following the touchdown.