VIDEO: Remembering When Ryan Fitzpatrick Hit Terrell Owens for the Longest Play in Bills History

Zach Brunner
Remembering when Ryan Fitzpatrick found Terrell Owens for the longest play in Buffalo Bills history.
Remembering when Ryan Fitzpatrick found Terrell Owens for the longest play in Buffalo Bills history. / Twitter/@FourVerticals_
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There have been many terrific players that have come and gone in the NFL, but the fan favorites are remembered forever. In this throwback highlight, two fan favorites connected for the longest play in Buffalo Bills history.

In case you also forgot, Terrell Owens played one season for the Bills toward the end of his NFL career before doing one final season with the Cincinnati Bengals. I also forgot this, but his short run with the Bills resulted in him catching a pass from the big-brained Ryan Fitzpatrick, which also marks the longest play in Bills' history.

Backed up on their own goal line, Fitzpatrick calmly stood in his own end zone, then let the ball absolutely rip. He found Owens streaking down the right sideline, and dropped the ball in perfectly roughly 50 yards downfield.

Slipping the tackle from his defender, there was nothing but green ahead for T.O. It made for an easy job and celebration to the end zone, resulting in a record-breaking 98-yard touchdown against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

This truly was a bit of "FitzMagic," back when we only talked about Fitzpatrick for his Harvard education.


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