A look at T.O.'s 98-yard touchdown
November, 22, 2009
By Tim Graham | ESPN.com
A few notes on Buffalo Bills receiver Terrell Owens' 98-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter of Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
- That was the longest pass play in Bills history by 3 yards. Todd Collins connected with Quinn Early for 95 yards in December 1996.
- It's the fourth-longest pass play this decade. Three receivers had 99-yard plays: Minnesota's Bernard Berrian from Gus Frerotte last year; Cleveland's Andre Davis from Jeff Garcia in 2004; Kansas City's Marc Boerigter from Trent Green in 2002.
- On the play, Owens moved ahead of Marvin Harrison for fourth place on the all-time receiving yardage list. Third on the list is Tim Brown at 14,934 yards.
- Owens' previous longest play went 91 yards for the Eagles in October 2005.