The New England Patriots pulled off some offensive trickery against the Steelers in the second quarter of the AFC Championship on Sunday when Tom Brady found Chris Hogan for a 34-yard touchdown on a perfect little flea-flicker.
On the play, Brady handed the ball off to Dion Lewis on what looked to be a standard rushing play. Only Lewis, before making contact with the line, flipped the ball back to Brady, who immediately hit a wide-open Hogan for the score.
Here’s the play:
Hogan, who only played one year of college football, now has two touchdowns in the first half against the Steelers.
New England led 17-6 at the end of the first half.