DENVER (AP) - Trindon Holliday returned the second-half kickoff 104 yards to become the first player in NFL playoff history to score on a kick and punt return in the same game.
Combined with his 90-yard punt return in the first quarter against Baltimore on Saturday, the Denver Broncos' return specialist now has the longest punt and kickoff returns in the postseason.
Holliday took the kick up the field, before cutting left. He slipped out of Chykie Brown's tackle and was on his way. The previous record for a kickoff return was 102 yards by Atlanta's Eric Weems in 2010.
On his punt return, Holliday was barely touched as he sprinted down the field to the end zone, where a host of Broncos ran to greet him.
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