Marcus Jones scores touchdown on first offensive snap

NFL: NOV 20 Jets at Patriots
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Marcus Jones played offense, defense and special teams at the University of Houston last season. Since the Patriots made Jones a third-round selection, they have used him at cornerback and as a returner.

He entered Thursday Night Football having played 75 defensive snaps and 107 on special teams.

On his first offensive snap of the season, Jones lined up in the slot and caught a quick pass from Mac Jones. In a blur, he was gone. Marcus Jones ran 48 yards to the end zone, with only Damar Hamlin having a chance at him at the line of scrimmage before Jordan Poyer dove at Jones at the 15 to no avail.

It has given the Patriots a 7-3 lead.

The Bills scored on their first drive, getting a 48-yard field goal from Tyler Bass.

5 responses to “Marcus Jones scores touchdown on first offensive snap

  1. Phony interference call gave the Bills the touchdown drive. First time I have ever seen someone trip on themselves and get an interference call for it.

  2. touchback6 says:
    December 1, 2022 at 9:10 pm
    Jordan Poyer got torched

    Your team is getting torched, kid.

  3. patsfan1818 says:
    December 1, 2022 at 9:01 pm
    Phony interference call gave the Bills the touchdown drive. First time I have ever seen someone trip on themselves and get an interference call for it.

    11Rate This

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    Goodell is out early in this one. It’s just unreal. Awkward to watch it happen as they try to script it all.

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