The New York Giants are finally showing signs of life in London.
After a turgid first quarter that saw them go down 10-0 to the Los Angeles Rams, highlighted by Tavon Austin scoring the first ever NFL touchdown at Twickenham, the Giants managed to burst into life in the second.
Naturally, it came through no help from Eli Manning and the offense, with Landon Collins managing one of the best plays of the entire National Football League season so far. Scroll down to check out the must-see play.
Collins, the Giants second-round pick out of Louisiana State in the 2015 draft, has had an excellent start to his sophomore campaign - and showed exactly why he's been turning heads with an incredible pick-six.
Picking off Case Keenum at around the 45-yard line following a fortunate bobble off a receiver, Collins must run well over a hundred yards on his long-winded route to the end zone.
How he managed to get out of that bundle of players on the five-yard line absolutely beggars belief. A flailing mass of arms, legs and grunts ended with Collins launching himself over the goalline.
The Giants needed the defense to step up. With Odell Beckham struggling with injury, and Eli Manning unable to connect with pretty much everyone else, the G-Men have struggled on offense.
At the time of writing, the game is tied at 10-10 going into halftime.