After a scoreless first quarter of Super Bowl LI, the Atlanta Falcons’ offence came alive in the second quarter to score the first touchdown of the game.
After Devonta Freeman found the end zone on a run, on the next possession, the Falcons offence continued to spark, thanks in part to the magic of Julio Jones.
On first-and-10, Matt Ryan rolled out of the pocket and tossed one up to Jones on the sideline.
Jones made an amazing grab, just barely staying inbounds by leaning on his tippy-toes before falling out and holding onto the ball.
Now this is balance.
Three plays later, Ryan found tight end Austin Hooper for a touchdown to make the score 14-0.
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