Englewood, California – Terek Hill Soccer coaches across the country have given their players a valuable teaching point: Always play until you hear the whistle.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver recovered a fumble and returned it 57 yards for the team’s first touchdown Sunday night in a play that left fans of both teams in shock at SoFi Stadium.
Dolphins run backwards Jeff Wilson Jr. After gaining 6 yards, he fumbled the left tackle Tyrone Armstead He seemed to hit the ball out of the scrum and straight into the waiting mound, which ran untouched into the end zone. The Dolphins had only accumulated 13 yards against the Los Angeles Chargers defense prior to that point.
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The Chargers had a 10-0 lead in a nice grab Mike Williams, who has only played six times over the past five matches as he has a sprained right ankle. If there were any lingering effects from the injury, they certainly weren’t visible against the dolphins.
Williams scored the first touchdown of the game as a quarterback Justin Herbert He rolled to his right and saw the receiver in the back of the end zone. Herbert threw the dart to the 6-foot-4 Williams, who jumped for the catch, then made sure to get his toes down before his momentum picked him up from the back of the end zone.
Los Angeles Chargers reporter Lindsey Terry contributed to this report.