On a first-and-goal for the New York Giants in Sunday's Week 6 game against the Washington Football Team, quarterback Daniel Jones wanted to throw the ball away and give his team another opportunity to increase its 13-10 lead late in the third quarter.
Kendall Fuller had other plans.
The Washington cornerback somehow tracked the ball during its path to the back of the end zone and corralled it while keeping his body in bounds. The play was reviewed, but it was ruled that the call on the field stood.
For Fuller, he continues to be a ballhawk and a bright spot for Washington's defense. The interception was his fourth in his last three games. The free-agent signing has been well worth the contract in his return to Washington. FOX television replays showed teammates laughing on the sidelines and pretending to "cool off" Fuller after the replay review was upheld.
It's also important to point out the hustle and pursuit of Chase Young on the play. His ability to break contain and pressure Jones forced the quarterback to make a quick, poor decision.
Washington was in need of a big play, and Fuller was once again there to make it happen.