Jets strike quick with TD pass from Sam Darnold to Jamison Crowder

ByRich Cimini ESPN logo
Sunday, September 13, 2020

Trailing the Buffalo Bills late in the third quarter on Sunday in Buffalo, the New York Jets used a quick strike to get their first touchdown of the season.

The Jets lined up in a bunch formation, with Jamison Crowder, Breshad Perriman and Chris Herndon bunched to the right.

Quarterback Sam Darnold threw a quick screen to Crowder, who caught it at the line of scrimmage. He received two blocks from Perriman and Herndon, and the slippery Crowder made his way past four would-be tacklers. Crowder, running out of gas, almost got caught from behind.

Crowder's 69-yard touchdown, his longest play as a Jet, closed the Buffalo lead to 21-10, keeping the Jets in the game.

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