• Baltimore’s Jacoby Jones ties NFL record with 108-yard kick return, goes completely untouched in the process

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Oct 14, 2012
    With 11:42 left in the third quarter, receiver Jacoby Jones took a kickoff 8 yards in the end zone, and ran completely untouched into the other end zone. BALTIMORE – Cowboys receiver Andre Holmes was a part of the Cowboys’ kickoff coverage team that gave up the 108-yard touchdown return and on the side in which Jacoby Jones ran through for the third-quarter score. Jones' return could be called the difference-maker in Baltimore's 31-29 win, but the Cowboys' inability to capitalize on a series of injuries to Baltimore's defense killed them in the end. "There were so many good things on that particular piece of video that we're going to reinforce the positive and correct the things that we need to correct and go to the next opportunity and look forward to a better result," Rosburg told the team's official website.
    Source: yahoo.com
  • Cowboys WR Andre Holmes not sure what happened on Baltimore’s 108-yard kickoff return for a TD; Jerry Jones still supports spe

    BALTIMORE — Cowboys receiver Andre Holmes was a part of the Cowboys’ kickoff coverage team that gave up the 108-yard touchdown return and on the side in which Jacoby Jones ran through for the third-quarter score. The next time the Cowboys kicked off l

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