The jump pass has become a lost art since Tim Tebow hung up his Florida jersey, but Cincinnati is putting it back in style.
Down 10-7 and facing a fourth-and-2 to start the second quarter, Cincinnati quarterback Munchie Legaux handed the ball off to running back George Winn. Winn looked like he was going to get those two yards on the ground, but stopped at the line of scrimmage, jumped up and threw a pass to Travis Kelce, who was streaking across the field uncovered. Kelce was so open he could have walked the 29 yards after the catch to the end zone.
Not quite how Tebow used to do it, but the result is the same.
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