Sport Taylor Heinicke to Ricky Seals-Jones for spectacular Washington touchdown
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Heinicke did in fact spark Washington's offense after entering the game for Fitzpatrick, even leading them to a third-quarter 16-13 lead before ultimately being defeated 20-16. Video: Joe Judge, Ron Rivera talk challenges of facing Taylor Heinicke, Daniel Jones (NFL) Your browser does not support this video Head coach Ron Rivera has been complimentary of Heinicke all along, and Sunday's performance was no exception."Well, obviously we were pleased," Rivera said via the team's website. "We moved the ball well, we made some things happen. We moved the ball well early, too. We just didn't put it in the end zone.
Taylor Heinicke made the start Thursday against the New York Giants for the Washington Football team and delivered a spectacular pass to Ricky Seals-Jones in the fourth quarter.
Heinicke threw a strike to the tight end who made a great grab in the end zone for six points.
Watch as Seals-Jones, who made his first catch for the WFT on the play, goes up to get the football and comes down with both feet inbounds.
After the PAT, Washington held a 27-26 lead.
Heinicke was starting because Ryan Fitzpatrick suffered a hip injury in the WFT opener and will be lost for more than a month.
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What a throw by Taylor Heinicke.
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The play before the touchdown saw Heinicke hit J.D. McKissic on another nice play that wound up going for 56 yards.
Taylor Heinicke ➡️.
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Heinicke hit the 300-yard mark on the touchdown throw to Seals-Jones.MORE:
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