The Dolphins’ Robert Hunt has the best near-touchdown of all time


Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Robert Hunt scored perhaps one of the greatest touchdowns of all time on Thursday night, but that didn’t matter.

The Miami Dolphins entered Thursday night looking to score a huge surprise over the Baltimore Ravens 6-2. While the match was close-fought and scoring early, it was the Dolphins who were threatening in the second half with a 6-3 lead.

On the third and goal, Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa threw a screen pass not to a running back or a wide receiver. Rather, he tossed it to his offensive lineman, Robert Hunt, who made his way and hit the goal line to seemingly score a touchdown!

Unfortunately, Hunt’s efforts were in vain, as Miami was called in for an illegal pass. Hunt was not declared eligible prior to the show. Even so, it was a hellish effort on the part of the linesman.

Dolphins lineman Robert Hunt nearly scored a touchdown against the Ravens

The touchdown may not have officially been counted, but it certainly counted in the hearts of the NFL fans who were watching the game.

Miami was unable to enter the end zone in the next game, forcing them to settle for a 29-yard field goal from Jason Sanders to extend their lead to 9-3. On the next Baltimore drive, Miami cornerback Xavien Howard fumbled wide receiver Sammy Watkins, picked it up, and brought it back 49 yards for the touchdown. As a result, the Dolphins took the lead 15-3.

Remember the date November 11, 2021, as we may have witnessed the biggest big-man touchdown that didn’t matter.


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