DeAndre Hopkins is a bad man, but in a very good way…at least if your a Cardinals fan.
In the first half of Arizona’s game against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, the Cardinals wideout caught the ball on 3rd-and-goal, and put a move on a Browns defender that made him slip and fall. His ankles were taken on this play, and the end result was another touchdown for D-Hop.
Hopkins entered the game with four touchdowns and 312 yards through the first five games of the season. He and the Cardinals are off to a hot start against the Browns in week 6. They scored touchdowns on each of their first two drives — with Hopkins’ touchdown capping off a 50-yard drive that game Zona a 14-0 lead at the time.