Mecole Hardman showed off his speed and elusiveness on an incredible rushing touchdown in the third quarter on Sunday for the Kansas City Chiefs in the NFL Divisional Playoff game.

It was the former Georgia star’s first-ever rushing touchdown in the NFL, as he took the ball near the sideline, and managed to beat the Buffalo Bills defenders to the end zone.

The 25-yard rush gave the Chiefs a 23-14 lead over the Bills, but Hardman had his shoulder looked at on the sideline by medical personnel as he dove across the goal line on the play.

Hardman last week against the Pittsburgh Steelers gained nearly 70 yards on his best 2 punt returns against as he flashed some of the big-play ability that got him drafted in the second round. This week, he showed it again in the running game.

After Hardman’s touchdown, the Bills responded with a 75-yard touchdown pass to Gabriel Davis, and after 3 quarters, the Chiefs led 23-21.