Damon “Snacks” Harrison is one of the NFL’s best run stuffers, but he got to show off his other skills when Jason Pierre-Paul gift-wrapped an interception to the 350-pound defensive tackle.
The Kansas City Chiefs tried to run their power read shovel offense, but when Alex Smith passed to tight end Travis Kelce, Pierre-Paul was ready to deliver a big hit. That knocked the ball free and right into the arms of Harrison.
The return only went nine yards, but they were glorious. It also set up the Giants with good field position, and the team took advantage with an Orleans Darkwa touchdown that gave New York an early lead.
Idea: Put Snacks on offense, please.