The Miami Dolphins — 8.5-point underdogs — upset the Baltimore Ravens 22-10 in a Thursday Night Football game that felt very much like Thursday Night Football.

The most exciting play of the game came on an offensive play that resulted in an offensive penalty.

In the third quarter, the Dolphins had third-and-goal at the Baltimore six-yard line. Tua Tagovailoa threw a screen pass to… 6’6″, 327-pound offensive lineman Robert Hunt.

The guard looked like a running back, showing off impressive athleticism on the catch and run, as well as with his effort to reach the ball over the goal line. However, the touchdown (it would’ve been after review) didn’t count because Hunt didn’t report in as an eligible receiver.

Touchdown or not, this is an incredible effort from Hunt, and it’s one of the most hilarious plays in the NFL this season.

Tagovailoa wasn’t even supposed to be playing in this game due to a lingering finger injury, but he was forced into action after quarterback Jacoby Brissett left with a knee injury.

The second-year quarterback completed 8-of-13 passes for 158 yards, and he added a rushing touchdown on a quarterback sneak.

The Dolphins improve to 3-7 with the impressive victory, while Baltimore falls to 6-3 with the disappointing loss.

[Photo Credit: Fox]

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