Marvin Jones has been making plays all season. (Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
It's safe to say that the Cincinnati Bengals are pretty happy with the fifth-round pick they spent on Cal receiver Marvin Jones in the 2012 draft. Jones caught just 18 passes for 201 yards and a touchdown in his rookie campaign, but he really blasted onto the scene when he caught four touchdown passes against the New York Jets on Oct. 27 of this year. He also caught touchdown passes in Weeks 13 and 14, adding to a late-season surge for Jones and his team. But no catch he's made to date was as impressive as the one he pulled in against the Baltimore Ravens with two minutes left in the first half of Sunday's game.
The score put Cincinnati up 17-6. It was Jones' 10th touchdown reception of the season, and it allowed Andy Dalton to break the franchise record for touchdown passes in a season, over Carson Palmer's 32 in 2005.