Rashad Greene fielded the line-drive punt, weaved through a few defenders, broke into the open field and nearly scored.
It was the big play the Jacksonville Jaguars needed to beat Tennessee. It was the key moment they had to have to gain ground in the muddled AFC South.
It came from a rookie, a guy who missed the previous seven games with a torn ligament in his left thumb.
And it made those mustard uniforms, at least for a second, look much more like gold.
"I just needed that ball and he gave it to me the way I wanted it," Greene said.
Greene returned the punt 63 yards, setting up Blake Bortles' 5-yard touchdown pass to Julius Thomas with...