Julian Edelman picked a great time to throw his first NFL pass.
The former college quarterback fooled the Ravens defense in the third quarter on this trick play after catching a backwards pass from Tom Brady.
All in all, it went for 51 yards to Danny Amendola to tie the game at 28.
Edelman, who was a college quarterback at Kent State, showed some of his old skills. The thing is, at Kent State, he threw for 4,997 yards, 30 TDs and 31 INTs in three seasons — and just once did he have more touchdowns than interceptions.
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But back to Saturday. Edelman made some history with that pass.
Adam Vinatieri was the last non-QB to throw a TD for the Patriots (2004). Last WR was David Patten (2001).