ANIMATED: Jerome Simpson Completes Front-Flip Touchdown Pass

The Arizona Cardinals are once again off to a slow start in their Week 16 road game against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Cincinnati team is taking advantage of a sluggish Arizona defense and is basically putting on a show as they lead 20-0 heading into halftime.

Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton is proving to be a formidable opponent, passing for over 100 yards in the first half with two touchdowns.

That second touchdown came in the second quarter on a 19-yard pass from Dalton to Jerome Simpson that put the Bengals up by a score of 17-0. It may have also been the most spectacular touchdown pass in recent memory, as he leaped entirely over a Cardinals player, performed a front flip, and landed on his feet in the end zone. Must be seen to be believed:

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To discuss things with Cardinals fans, head to Revenge of the Birds. To talk about the game with Bengals fans, go to Cincy Jungle.

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