Third-and-one in the first half isn’t usually the time to reach deep into the bag of tricks, but the Atlanta Falcons clearly trust wideout Mohamed Sanu to get them all the yards they need, and then some. With the ball at midfield, they had Sanu take a shotgun snap and fire a pass deep down the field to a single-covered Julio Jones, who caught it perfectly as he fell across the goal line.

Sanu is now 6-6 in his career as an NFL quarterback and averages 38 yards per pass, with previous touchdowns to Andy Dalton and A.J. Green.