Traveling to CenturyLink Field in Seattle, the Arizona Cardinals fell behind the Seattle Seahawks early in the first quarter due to a three-yard Nick Bellore (Central Michigan) touchdown from Russell Wilson (Wisconsin).

Wasting no time evening things back up, running back Kenyan Drake (Alabama) took the very next snap 80 yards to tie the game at seven.

A native of Powder Springs, Georgia, Drake was a four-star in the class of 2012, per the 247Sports Composite. Committing to the Crimson Tide, he ran for 1,495 yards and 18 scores over four seasons for Nick Saban’s team.

Selected by the Miami Dolphins in the third round of the 2016 Draft, he was traded to the Cardinals in October. Sunday’s touchdown was his sixth in seven games with Arizona since the move.

Part of 17 unanswered Cardinals points, rookie quarterback Kyler Murray (Oklahoma) also threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to 16-year veteran Larry Fitzgerald (Pittsburgh).