Strange as that might seem it took place today in Cincinnati during the start of the 2nd quarter in their game against Syracuse. The Bearcats, on a 4th down and 2 on Syracuse’s 37 yard line, decided to pull off the trickiest trick play we’ve ever seen. The quarterback handed off to the running back who could barely see over the line of scrimmage. So he decides to make a “jump pass” to his wide receiver who went into the endzone untouched, giving Cincinnati the lead at 13-10. I hope the Jets OC Tony Sparano watches this and opts to implement it using the tallest RB on the team who, incidentally, does have some experience throwing the ball!