Philadelphia Eagles’ NFL Record Holding WR Hank Baskett Yearns for More Action

June 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When you think of the “big play” wide-outs for Philly you instantly think Mike Quick.
He (along with Ron “Jaws” Jaworski) holds the longest pass play in Philadelphia Eagles History. It was a 99-yard touchdown pass On Nov. 10, 1985; it’s an amazing NFL Record that cannot be broken. This 99-yard touchdown pass was the 6th occurrence out of the 11 times it has occurred in the NFL.
But it’s been a long time since Jaws and Mike Quick have seen the field. So, who owns Philly’s second longest pass play? That would be a 91-yard touchdown pass from Donovan McNabb to Terrell Owens. This is the longest pass play for either player.(**UPDATE, I failed to notice that T.O. broke his record last year with a 98-yard touchdown. So close to being that 12th occurrence.)
Does anyone recall the third longest touchdown play for the birds? It was a close third and it’s held by a wide receiver that owns the NFL Record for the most 80-yard or more t...

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