LOOK: Dolphins offensive lineman makes unimaginable catch and run however sadly it isn’t a landing



Each NFL participant desires to attain touchdowns, however maybe none wish to do it greater than offensive linemen. They do not get very many probabilities, so they have to make the most of the chance each time it arises — even when that chance entails committing and unlawful touching penalty. 

That is what Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Robert Hunt had occur on Thursday evening towards the Baltimore Ravens

With the Dolphins going through third down and aim contained in the Baltimore 10-yard line, Tua Tagovailoa dropped again to try a display screen cross. There was heavy strain on Tua as he lofted the ball out to the appropriate aspect of the road… the place Hunt was ready to catch the cross.

Hunt — who’s 6-foot-6 and weighs 327 kilos — rumbled, bumbled, stumbled all the best way to the top zone for what would have been a landing… if solely Hunt have been an eligible receiver on the play.

Sadly, Hunt performs proper guard. He was not, the truth is, an eligible receiver. The cross was fairly clearly supposed for working again Myles Gaskin, however it by no means made its approach to Gaskin’s palms. Hunt made an extremely athletic play that may sadly be misplaced to historical past, as a result of it by no means even counted.



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