On 2nd and 10 at Seattle 16, Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf got the first down and then some, taking the ball 84 yards to the end zone.
Quarterback Geno Smith placed a beautiful ball on the sideline and Metcalf dusted Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore's coverage and broke a tackle on his way to the end zone.
The touchdown was a career long for both Smith and Metcalf, and the third longest in Seahawks franchise history.
According to Next Gen Stats, Metcalf ran 21.31 MPH, which is now the fastest top speed by a Seahawks player this year.
In May Metcalf ran in the Olympic trials 100 meter dash running a 10:37.
Photos from Seahawks practice on Thursday, October 21 at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center in Renton.