Miami Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel was filled with reward after his crew’s 34-13 win over the New York Jets within the NFL after McDaniel made reference to what occurred late within the second half.
Jevon Holland intercepted a fumble and ran it in for a 99-yard landing after a ‘Hail Mary’ try by Jets quarterback Tim Boyle.
“No person on the sphere will overlook that exact play,” stated McDaniel. “There are only a few gamers who might have achieved what Jevon did.”
This time, Boyle‘s try was intercepted by Jevon who, as soon as he had the ball in his fingers, ran straight for a landing.
Benefiting from his teammates’ blocks and screens, he ran and scored to make it 16-6 on the finish of the second quarter.
“After I obtained within the zone, I might scent it after which as soon as I made that minimize, I knew it was there, after which I needed to make it occur,” defined Jevon.
The NFL file for the longest run for a landing after an interception is 108 yards. It was set by Ed Reed of the Baltimore Ravens on 23 November 2008.
What’s a Hail Mary go?
A Hail Mary go is made when time is about to run out and a protracted ball is thrown straight into the landing zone.
It is named after Roger Staubach‘s 50-yard go to Drew Pearson within the 1975 playoffs to assist the Dallas Cowboys beat the Minnesota Vikings.
“I simply closed my eyes and stated a Hail Mary,” Staubauch confessed after the sport.