The Dolphins’ put Robert Hunt’s called-back touchdown on their elevator

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In the Miami Dolphins’ 22-10 win over the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night, Robert Hunt made one of the best plays that didn’t count.

The right guard brought in a screen pass that was intended for Myles Gaskin, ran towards the end zone, and was flipped over by a defender. Hunt extended his arms and put the ball past the goal line, resulting in a touchdown. However, the play was called back due to the guard being ineligible.

After the game, head coach Brian Flores continued to dismiss it as just a penalty, but the team was clearly excited to have watched such a ridiculous play.

That was shown early Friday morning when the team shared that they had changed the wrap on their elevator doors that typically displays a team highlight.

You’ll probably never see a more fun play that didn’t matter at all.