The New York Jets and Baltimore Ravens seem intent on putting on a show for everyone on the Week 4 edition of Sunday Night Football. Both offenses have failed to do anything at all, but that hasn't stopped both teams from scoring. The score is tied at 7-7 just three minutes into the first quarter, thanks to a defensive touchdown for Baltimore and a special teams touchdown for New York.
Jameel McClain opened the scoring with a fumble returned for a touchdown, created by the spectacular Ed Reed. On a safety blitz, Jets left tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson picked up Terrell Suggs, but there was no one to stop Reed from getting to Mark Sanchez off the edge. He forced a fumble and McClain picked it up, then ran it into the end zone.
On the ensuing kickoff, Joe McKnight gave the Jets an instant answer. Fielding the kick seven yards deep in the end zone, McKnight burned the Ravens' kick coverage team with his speed, scoring a 107-yard touchdown. According to NBC play-by-play announcer Al Michaels, it's the longest touchdown play in Jets history.