Dolphins' Landry scores wild, tip-drill TD off defender's helmet
Miami Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry has scored a handful of wild touchdowns this season, but this one might be the craziest of the bunch.
On the first play of the fourth quarter with the Dolphins trailing 16-13, Philadelphiia's Connor Barwin put pressure on quarterback Ryan Tannehill off the right side. Smartly, Tannehill threw directly into the blitz ... literally.
Tannehill's pass clanked off of Barwin's helmet, flew high into the air and was caught by Landry for a ridiculous touchdown. It wasn't how the Dolphins drew it up, but it worked.
**CRAZY TD** Tannehill's pass hits Barwin's helmet, flies a million feet in air & Jarvis Landry catches it for a TD https://t.co/khumDdbCmB— NFL (@NFL) November 15, 2015