Dallas Cowboys running back Darren McFadden showed fans he's still got it Saturday night during a routine running play. The palm he gave to a defender's face, however, was anything but routine.
At halftime the Los Angeles Rams led the 'Boys 7-3. McFadden carried six times for 28 yards over the initial 30 minutes of playing time.
McFadden, 29, is heading into his 10th NFL season, and his third as a Cowboy. He's carried the rock 1,301 times for 5,423 yards and 28 TDs. Last season he carried the ball just 24 times, but with Ezekiel Elliott's looming suspension to start the season, that number should easily go up.
If it's any indication, it looks like Run-DMC is ready to go.