Jacoby Jones ties NFL record with 108-yard kickoff return
With the Ravens defense hurt by injuries Sunday, Baltimore clearly needed help from kick returner Jacoby Jones. So, he thought tying the NFL record for the longest kickoff return would help.
With the Ravens defense hurt by injuries Sunday, Baltimore clearly needed help from kick returner Jacoby Jones. So, he thought tying the NFL record for the longest kickoff return in history would help.
Taking the kickoff, Jones didn’t appear to be touched by any Cowboys as he galloped for a 108-yard touchdown. Basically, all Jones had to do was out-sprint Dallas kicker Dan Bailey, and Jones looked like Usain Bolt pulling away from the field while doing so.
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