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New York Jets score beautiful TD on perfect trick play

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The New York Jets were hoping for so much heading in to the 2016 NFL season. With Tom Brady suspended four games, the AFC East really did seem like fair game for the first time in years.

Unfortunately, the Patriots are still coached by Bill Belichick when Brady isn't playing and they are good. That cannot be said for the Jets, who sit at the foot of the conference with a lowly 3-7 record and the least amount of points scored.

The Jets may not score often, but yesterday - in their close fought encounter with the Los Angeles Rams - they scored in a truly incredible way. Scroll down to see it...


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In what could go down as one of the most beautifully designed plays of the season, the Jets managed to execute this hook-and-ladder play to perfection.

That is just a work of art. With Brandon Marshall receiving a pass from new quarterback Bryce Petty, running back Bilal Powell runs a screen play that received some extra help blocking. 

Marshall laterals it to Powell who runs around the defenders and into the Rams end-zone with more ease than expected.

A big shout out has to go to Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa, who manages an excellent block that allows Powell to reach the edge.

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