VIDEO: David Harris Picks Up Jets' Offense's Slack With Interception Return

With the New York Jets offense stuck in neutral and Mark Sanchez looking like he's about to die with no blocking up front, someone needed to pick up the slack. David Harris did just that, dropping into coverage and picking off a Joe Flacco pass to seize the momentum. And since the Jets' offense was going nowhere, it was probably best that Harris returned the interception for a touchdown.

Also check out Joe McKnight, who is a linebacker now, apparently, with the pressure to force the bad throw and the block at the end of the play. He's doing it all out there!

For more on the Ravens head over to Baltimore Beatdown. For more on the Jets, check out Gang Green Nation. Follow all of the action of Week 4 in football at SB Nation NFL.

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